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O2 SIM ONLY - 12 Month Contract Unlimited Minutes, Texts & 4G Data £35 per month via e2save - Potential £180 Cashback
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O2 SIM ONLY - 12 Month Contract Unlimited Minutes, Texts & 4G Data £35 per month via e2save - Potential £180 Cashback

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Posted 8th Jan

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O2 Sim only contract for 12 months.

This contract is through e2save.com

The allowance consists of unlimited UK minutes to standard numbers, with unlimited UK texts and unlimited 4G Internet data.

This contract costs £35 Per Month and the cost equates to £20 per month through £180 of Guarenteed automatic cashback through e2save.

This same contract is available for £17.50 per month - if your happy to claim cashback from e2save via redemption.

£10 Cashback is also available through TopCashback and Quidco.
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12 Comments
Mike200508/01/2020 19:07

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Somebody didn't read! This is with unlimited data.
RaveyDavey08/01/2020 19:40

Somebody didn't read! This is with unlimited data.


Sorry. I thought is 4gb. Apologise.
Edited by: "Mike2005" 8th Jan
No such thing as unlimited, small print will probably say 'capped at 20gb'
h34v3ns3nt08/01/2020 19:52

No such thing as unlimited, small print will probably say 'capped at 20gb'


With O2, you'd be lucky to get that. Their coverage and speed is so poor these days. Three offer a much better deal
Mike200508/01/2020 19:45

Sorry. I thought is 4gb. Apologise.


Lol, me too, although I didn't vote, I had to read it twice to realise that it meant unlimited 4G data.
Qq12121208/01/2020 19:58

With O2, you'd be lucky to get that. Their coverage and speed is so poor …With O2, you'd be lucky to get that. Their coverage and speed is so poor these days. Three offer a much better deal


My family's experience is very poor with Three unfortunately, we rarely get a decent signal where we are and at work (Basingstoke), while on the train to Manchester, could not get internet at all. My phone is dual SIM, so I switch over to Vodafone for my internet use, really, really good. Thinking of switching the whole family over once the contacts end.
When purchasing a contract via someone like e2save (or mobiles.co.uk), is your contract direct with the carrier or is it with e2save?
EDEN18808/01/2020 20:02

My family's experience is very poor with Three unfortunately, we rarely …My family's experience is very poor with Three unfortunately, we rarely get a decent signal where we are and at work (Basingstoke), while on the train to Manchester, could not get internet at all. My phone is dual SIM, so I switch over to Vodafone for my internet use, really, really good. Thinking of switching the whole family over once the contacts end.


Vodafone and O2 will share 5g masts apparently...

Vodafone are a lot better but offer sod all in deals
Three have an offer on. Unlimited everything. £20pm for 2 years. First 6 months half price.
EDEN18808/01/2020 20:02

My family's experience is very poor with Three unfortunately, we rarely …My family's experience is very poor with Three unfortunately, we rarely get a decent signal where we are and at work (Basingstoke), while on the train to Manchester, could not get internet at all. My phone is dual SIM, so I switch over to Vodafone for my internet use, really, really good. Thinking of switching the whole family over once the contacts end.


I also live in Basingstoke and switched from Three to Vodafone I have much less signal drops to London or towards Reading since the change.
I am on Vodafone 100gb, unlimited txt/calls, £20/month SIM only...NEVER use anywhere near all my data, EXCELLENT service/coverage with Vodafone.
HappyShopper08/01/2020 20:05

When purchasing a contract via someone like e2save (or mobiles.co.uk), is …When purchasing a contract via someone like e2save (or mobiles.co.uk), is your contract direct with the carrier or is it with e2save?


Direct with o2
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