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O2 Sim Only 120GB For £20 Deal - With Unlimited Minutes & Texts‎ 18 months
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O2 Sim Only 120GB For £20 Deal - With Unlimited Minutes & Texts‎ 18 months

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O2 Sim Only 120GB For £20 Deal - With Unlimited Minutes & Texts‎ 18 months
Posted 19th Jul 2020

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Don't forget TCB or Quidco - should be about £45-£50!
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leitchyleck19/07/2020 14:37

will 100gb be enough for 5g?


Understand what you mean, but it is like saying I don't buy super unleaded because the car runs better, I drive more & run out before payday!

100GB will allow you to do exactly the same on 3G,4G or 5G.
BargainHunta9619/07/2020 13:57

Pretty sure O2 is ranked the worst out the big 4 networks when it comes to …Pretty sure O2 is ranked the worst out the big 4 networks when it comes to outright speed (EE, Vodafone, Three, O2)


Think you got it twisted. It’s 3 the worse.
BargainHunta9619/07/2020 13:57

Pretty sure O2 is ranked the worst out the big 4 networks when it comes to …Pretty sure O2 is ranked the worst out the big 4 networks when it comes to outright speed (EE, Vodafone, Three, O2)


I have had O2 for about 8yrs and has never had any problems.
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120GB?
Is it not 100gb, I don't see a 120gb?
awesomegiles2619/07/2020 12:09

Is it not 100gb, I don't see a 120gb?


Sorry its 120gb for 18 months or 100gb for 12
18 months, no way, cold all day long
deleted252607119/07/2020 12:23

18 months, no way, cold all day long



You can also change your plan at anytime with O2, sign up for 18 months today, change it to 12 months or 30 days at anytime. Great deal!
KyleGM19/07/2020 12:31

You can also change your plan at anytime with O2, sign up for 18 months …You can also change your plan at anytime with O2, sign up for 18 months today, change it to 12 months or 30 days at anytime. Great deal!


Is this for fixed contracts? I know the refresh contracts are extremely flexible however this deal is for a fixed term contract and it states minimum term is 18 months. I couldn’t find any information on changing the term of a fixed contract on o2s website
awesomegiles2619/07/2020 12:57

Is this for fixed contracts? I know the refresh contracts are extremely …Is this for fixed contracts? I know the refresh contracts are extremely flexible however this deal is for a fixed term contract and it states minimum term is 18 months. I couldn’t find any information on changing the term of a fixed contract on o2s website


Yep, SIM only plans you can "upgrade" at any time to any other tariff. I do it regularly, there are no fees for doing so, the fixed term only applies if you try to cancel the contract completely. You can change them about as much as you like.
Pretty sure O2 is ranked the worst out the big 4 networks when it comes to outright speed (EE, Vodafone, Three, O2)
Edited by: "BargainHunta96" 19th Jul
BargainHunta9619/07/2020 13:57

Pretty sure O2 is ranked the worst out the big 4 networks when it comes to …Pretty sure O2 is ranked the worst out the big 4 networks when it comes to outright speed (EE, Vodafone, Three, O2)


I have had O2 for about 8yrs and has never had any problems.
Vodafone all the way if you live in Manchester
will 100gb be enough for 5g?
leitchyleck19/07/2020 14:37

will 100gb be enough for 5g?


Understand what you mean, but it is like saying I don't buy super unleaded because the car runs better, I drive more & run out before payday!

100GB will allow you to do exactly the same on 3G,4G or 5G.
leitchyleck19/07/2020 14:37

will 100gb be enough for 5g?


Forget 5g for 2 years plus with Huawei ban.
KyleGM19/07/2020 13:39

Yep, SIM only plans you can "upgrade" at any time to any other tariff. I …Yep, SIM only plans you can "upgrade" at any time to any other tariff. I do it regularly, there are no fees for doing so, the fixed term only applies if you try to cancel the contract completely. You can change them about as much as you like.


So you can take out an 18 month contract. Swap to a 30 day contract in month 2 and then end the deal? Surely not.
deanwall19/07/2020 17:41

So you can take out an 18 month contract. Swap to a 30 day contract in …So you can take out an 18 month contract. Swap to a 30 day contract in month 2 and then end the deal? Surely not.


No you can take 30 day out but not cancel 18 months deal.
menace476519/07/2020 18:00

No you can take 30 day out but not cancel 18 months deal.


Oh right, that’s not what’s being implied.
Not sure how taking out a second contract constitutes something unique to O2 I’m sure I’m still missing something here :/
deanwall19/07/2020 17:41

So you can take out an 18 month contract. Swap to a 30 day contract in …So you can take out an 18 month contract. Swap to a 30 day contract in month 2 and then end the deal? Surely not.



Yep, I don't know why you would, but you can.
menace476519/07/2020 18:00

No you can take 30 day out but not cancel 18 months deal.


This is getting confusing!

Can I guess what it may be?

Take out an 18 month & you can swap to any other tariff, but the minimum term will only lengthen if it is longer, it can't shorten?
deanwall19/07/2020 18:14

Oh right, that’s not what’s being implied. Not sure how taking out a sec …Oh right, that’s not what’s being implied. Not sure how taking out a second contract constitutes something unique to O2 I’m sure I’m still missing something here :/


It's been through on here you can change as many as you like asking as it's with o2 .Not hard really
jnm2119/07/2020 18:17

This is getting confusing!Can I guess what it may be?Take out an 18 month …This is getting confusing!Can I guess what it may be?Take out an 18 month & you can swap to any other tariff, but the minimum term will only lengthen if it is longer, it can't shorten?


Come on lad keep up!
Edited by: "menace4765" 19th Jul
U buy, u change ,
U stay.
I find being able to use 120GB in a month with O2 completely unfathomable - I’m not even convinced I could do it if I used it 24/7 for everything, the speed just isn’t there!
plewis0019/07/2020 20:41

I find being able to use 120GB in a month with O2 completely unfathomable …I find being able to use 120GB in a month with O2 completely unfathomable - I’m not even convinced I could do it if I used it 24/7 for everything, the speed just isn’t there!


I've used 75gig this week with Vodafone in a mifi for TV.
menace476519/07/2020 20:50

I've used 75gig this week with Vodafone in a mifi for TV.


Yes but that’s my point: you probably can with Vodafone as the speed and connection is good (often better than our Virgin fixed line), with O2 it’s slow as molasses if you can even get a functional connection.
plewis0019/07/2020 20:51

Yes but that’s my point: you probably can with Vodafone as the speed and c …Yes but that’s my point: you probably can with Vodafone as the speed and connection is good (often better than our Virgin fixed line), with O2 it’s slow as molasses if you can even get a functional connection.


Yep correct it's replaced virgin media, but O2 is mediocre .
BargainHunta9619/07/2020 13:57

Pretty sure O2 is ranked the worst out the big 4 networks when it comes to …Pretty sure O2 is ranked the worst out the big 4 networks when it comes to outright speed (EE, Vodafone, Three, O2)


Think you got it twisted. It’s 3 the worse.
MusaX19/07/2020 21:29

Think you got it twisted. It’s 3 the worse.


Too right three is pants here.
MusaX19/07/2020 21:29

Think you got it twisted. It’s 3 the worse.


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Guess it's down to location. I switched to Vodafone recently and get between 30-70mbps (sometimes 80 but rarely) download speed and around 20 upload but as you can see from the table above O2 is slowest on average speeds. Its pretty accurate as I got a Smarty sim to test the 3 network and Vodafone blows it away. I used to get between 6-25 download with Smarty and prior to joining Vodafone on a pay monthly contract, I was with Virgin Mobile who use the EE network and got 30-40mbps download speeds
menace476519/07/2020 20:50

I've used 75gig this week with Vodafone in a mifi for TV.


Whats this pls
Unlimited Vodafone SIM off mobiles.co.uk put in a mifi router( £30-£60 ) replaces VM.
BargainHunta9619/07/2020 21:57

[Image] Guess it's down to location. I switched to Vodafone recently and …[Image] Guess it's down to location. I switched to Vodafone recently and get between 30-70mbps (sometimes 80 but rarely) download speed and around 20 upload but as you can see from the table above O2 is slowest on average speeds. Its pretty accurate as I got a Smarty sim to test the 3 network and Vodafone blows it away. I used to get between 6-25 download with Smarty and prior to joining Vodafone on a pay monthly contract, I was with Virgin Mobile who use the EE network and got 30-40mbps download speeds


You got it spot on in the first 5 words! I would caveat that not all connections are equal on each network - convinced that there are differences made, largely on profitability basis, e.g. giffgaff is
2nd class to o2 Pay Monthly. Then you have these stupid Vodafone caps (2 & 10Mbps). Really keen to find a case where someone uses more than 100GB per month at 2Mbps (and has not plucked themself bald)!

o2 is OK for me, 3 is getting worse (over capacity I suspect), EE is good (was blistering) & Voda is good too.

For my brother in law Three is unusable at times, o2 is good.
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