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O2 Simplicity - 12month - 800 mins - 1600 texts + 1 Bolt-On = £19.58p/m (£16.66 with Quidco)
O2 Simplicity - 12month - 800 mins - 1600 texts + 1 Bolt-On = £19.58p/m (£16.66 with Quidco)

O2 Simplicity - 12month - 800 mins - 1600 texts + 1 Bolt-On = £19.58p/m (£16.66 with Quidco)

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This is for the 12 month Simplicity deal NOT 30 day.

+800 UK minutes and 1600 UK texts each month
+Plus unlimited O2 to O2 calls Bolt On or change this for your choice of promotional Bolt On
+Free voicemail
+Browse the internet on your mobile for up to 98p per day
+Free itemised online billing

Seems pretty resonable!

£35 off if you use Quidco!


This is my first post so apologies if I got anything wrong!

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People will vote this cold cos it was £110 cashback on quidco up until April on a 12 month simplicity.

Not voting as it's a good deal but it has been better...

The £19:58 is the COST PER MONTH not for 12 months misleading so cold for me

Yea its been going about 3 months now,and like you say was much better when it was £110 cashback

Look at the heat on the previous post:
hotukdeals.com/ite…te/

2110 degrees...!!

Original Poster

I appreciate the feedback guys.

barginbri:
No offence, but to make that assumption is somewhat stupid.
A tariff for £1.63 per month?
Hardly fair to vote it cold for your mistake of not reading it properly.

Everyone else:
Yes yes I know that the £110 deal was on not long ago, but it is gone now so why should this be voted cold?
Tesco used to do 24 cans of fosters for £10 - does this mean that you should vote every new offer that costs over £10 cold just because it USED to be cheaper?

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barginbri;5238672

The £19:58 is the COST PER MONTH not for 12 months misleading so cold for … The £19:58 is the COST PER MONTH not for 12 months misleading so cold for me



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Everyone else:
Yes yes I know that the £110 deal was on not long ago, but it is gone now so why should this be voted cold?
Tesco used to do 24 cans of fosters for £10 - does this mean that you should vote every new offer that costs over £10 cold just because it USED to be cheaper?[/QUOTE]

This deal has been on for at least 3 months {I know cos I got it for my son) and it may be a good deal still but is nowhere near as good as it was at anytime in the last 3 months that is why it wont get hot.Just as if someone puts the same deal up again when quidco reduce the cashback to £10 then it would not be as good as it is now.Not voted either way because based purely on mins/texts/add on its still one of the best around.

I think you should say that the cost is per month. At the mo it looks like a typical misleading "mobile-ganster" type offer.

Whiterat: I appreciate the feedback guys.barginbri:No offence, but to … Whiterat: I appreciate the feedback guys.barginbri:No offence, but to make that assumption is somewhat stupid. A tariff for £1.63 per month? Hardly fair to vote it cold for your mistake of not reading it properly.Everyone else:Yes yes I know that the £110 deal was on not long ago, but it is gone now so why should this be voted cold?Tesco used to do 24 cans of fosters for £10 - does this mean that you should vote every new offer that costs over £10 cold just because it USED to be cheaper?



Yes fair enough. Better deals out there with other network providers too...for instance the sim only deal with voda with £100 cashback via quidco...thats why people may vote cold.

Original Poster

Okey added P/M just for those with an issue...

However I would love to point out that:
hotukdeals.com/ite…te/

^ Didnt mention per month/year and funnily enough a very hot topic..

Who the hell needs to send 53 texts a day? Try talking to someone!

boonergooner;5239265

Who the hell needs to send 53 texts a day? Try talking to someone!



You obviously haven`t got a 9 yr old son with 5 girlfriends :-D
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