[Students] 30% off Pay monthly handset contracts - O2
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[Students] 30% off Pay monthly handset contracts - O2

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Found 4th Dec 2013
30% off any Pay monthly contract with handset at O2 (instore only), when you register for an O2 Open code.

More info: o2.co.uk/stu…fer
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    May be worth noting its only 30% off the air time plan part, not the phone part.
    It's also available to NHS staff.
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    ad02don

    May be worth noting its only 30% off the air time plan part, not the … May be worth noting its only 30% off the air time plan part, not the phone part.



    No you can get a standard Pay Monthly plan with it as well, not just the Refresh scheme.

    o2.co.uk/ter…ans
    I get this via Beat That (ex BT) 30% off bill 25% off phones on refresh only I think not sure got the £240 iphone 5 bill is now £11 something
    Banned
    I am not a student , sorry Cold
    Just joking I haven't voted cold
    Has this not been posted before. I knew about this month's ago. Should have posted
    It's part of what is called O2 Open. There's something like 2000 companies on it, including NHS, Police Federation, Army, Royal Navy, RAF, McDonald's, M&S, Subway... The list is huge. As the first comment says, it is only on refresh tariffs, so you get 30% off the airtime part of the agreement and the handset repayment stays the same.
    Just checked the BT deal
    A special thank you from O2
    O2 Open is a whole new kind of loyalty scheme - one that gives you benefits that are clear and easy to understand, and that will make a real difference to your life.
    O2 Open gives you lots of rewards including a discount off your pay monthly mobile bill.
    You will get:
    30% off O2 Refresh Airtime Plans
    25% off the price of a Help at Hand handset
    20% off accessories in store and so much more….
    You can use this offer for yourself, and also share with five of your friends and family.
    council employees can get this too
    think orange give 20%?
    I read on the internet that it excludes iPhone 5S and 5C
    Looks like it's open to anybody.
    I entered my name, my employer as NHS (even though I've never worked for NHS) and my mobile number. I got sent the code!

    Edited by: "loofer" 4th Dec 2013
    I've got a contract with O2 the now. Can I phone them and get the 30 percent off or is it just new contracts?
    Is this deal available for the average Joe who also works?
    fed up of these deals which target just certain sections of society such as students,NHS,armed forces etc .
    I brought it cheap online course via groupon, with tcb obviously, think course was £19. Only brought it because it came with an nus card n my savings have been enormous
    VincentM

    No you can get a standard Pay Monthly plan with it as well, not just the … No you can get a standard Pay Monthly plan with it as well, not just the Refresh scheme. http://www.o2.co.uk/termsandconditions/rewards/student-offer-30-off-o2-refresh-airtime-plans



    A clue is in the weblink name. The 30% off is just for the refresh "airtime" part of your line rental. Pity as this I assume is only going to worth about £5 per month.
    Jinksy93

    I've got a contract with O2 the now. Can I phone them and get the 30 … I've got a contract with O2 the now. Can I phone them and get the 30 percent off or is it just new contracts?

    You can only do this via the store within 28 days of opening the contract.
    scorpio iscariot

    Is this deal available for the average Joe who also works?fed up of these … Is this deal available for the average Joe who also works?fed up of these deals which target just certain sections of society such as students,NHS,armed forces etc .



    As I said above, I've been told its about 2000 companies. Just go into your local shop and ask...
    Pity not available on iPhone 5S, tempted by the HTC One, can anyone recommend it?
    loofer

    Looks like it's open to anybody.I entered my name, my employer as NHS … Looks like it's open to anybody.I entered my name, my employer as NHS (even though I've never worked for NHS) and my mobile number. I got sent the code!



    Yeah and if everyone did the same as you then they'd get wind of it pretty quickly and then those that DO qualify may lose it if they withdraw the offer. Nice one
    Booom
    Surely if you illegitimately use the code, it will be found out when you enter your employer details on the credit check? or dont that get asked when applying these days.
    Should help stop the students moaning about student loan fees, while partying in the middle of the week, every week.

    Heat added.
    if you ever complain and come through to me ill get you a discount lol
    loofer

    Looks like it's open to anybody.I entered my name, my employer as NHS … Looks like it's open to anybody.I entered my name, my employer as NHS (even though I've never worked for NHS) and my mobile number. I got sent the code!



    ''3.Students must have a valid form of student ID (e.g. Acceptance Letter, Student Card) and must notify or show this at point of sale. Students will use the O2 Open portal.''
    scorpio iscariot

    Is this deal available for the average Joe who also works?fed up of these … Is this deal available for the average Joe who also works?fed up of these deals which target just certain sections of society such as students,NHS,armed forces etc .



    I spend 30 hours a week as a student and 60hours a week as a full time employee - you can join the club if you want the perks !
    Also applies to nhs, mcdonalds, police, fire fighters and much more.... o2open.co.uk
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    rubbishmail

    A clue is in the weblink name. The 30% off is just for the refresh … A clue is in the weblink name. The 30% off is just for the refresh "airtime" part of your line rental. Pity as this I assume is only going to worth about £5 per month.


    Sorry yeah I got confused. It's for the airtime part only, however there are options where you can choose a really cheap phone and not have to pay anything for it at all. Meaning the discount will apply to the while contract. That was where I got confused
    Original Poster
    For example this phone, you don't need to pay for the handset part. o2.co.uk/sho…15/?
    VincentM

    For example this phone, you don't need to pay for the handset part. … For example this phone, you don't need to pay for the handset part. https://www.o2.co.uk/shop/phones/nokia/515/?


    Let's say you go for 11quid a month contract that makes 266 for 24 months so 266-72 approx = £196 Nokia 515 and very little minutes is it worth it?
    limewithcoke

    think orange give 20%?


    could u pls give me the link
    doing a few calculations but it doesnt really sound like its worth it
    starr4

    ''3.Students must have a valid form of student ID (e.g. Acceptance … ''3.Students must have a valid form of student ID (e.g. Acceptance Letter, Student Card) and must notify or show this at point of sale. Students will use the O2 Open portal.''



    "5. Don't forget, it's easy to share with up to five friends and family. Give us their numbers & we'll do the rest." So if it can be shared then it's for everyone??
    Original Poster
    Oh and also £20 cashback on Quidco for £11 contracts
    limewithcoke

    council employees can get this too


    limewithcoke

    council employees can get this too



    Any specific councils? I work for Bucks County Council but can't find the link/code anywhere. Can you help?
    Thanks
    if i wanted to buy the htc one mini on £22 contract (£169 for the phone on top) then have the insurance for £12 on top, how much will i get off the total cost / monthly cost using this deal please?
    L0u33z

    if i wanted to buy the htc one mini on £22 contract (£169 for the phone o … if i wanted to buy the htc one mini on £22 contract (£169 for the phone on top) then have the insurance for £12 on top, how much will i get off the total cost / monthly cost using this deal please?


    dont get the insurance!
    dealfinder2001

    dont get the insurance!



    i have a little boy i think insurance is a must! i have to admit i havent got insurance before but with a little one now if anything happens to my phone i wont be able to get another one if i dont have insurance
    Does this apply to Every device and every contract?
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