on 20-06-2012 16:28
You asked for feedback. I was excited when you sent through the link to the O2 Wallet app as I believe this is the future, but after surviving the laborious set up process on my and one son's phone I am not going to subject the rest of the family to this. The passwords are numerous and confusing and don't work reliably and result in the account being "locked". I do not want to pay 15p a transaction in 6 months time and neither me or my son could work out what improvement this App would bring to our lives if there is no NFC and it can't be used as an alternative to carrying money. Why would I want to walk around the shops barcode reading things to compare with online prices? If I want to shop solely on price and can straight to the internet. Why would I use O2 wallet for FPs when I can do this for free from a computer? Why would I pay 15p a transaction to transfer a few pounds to my son? It is too high a %. It seems to me that someone in O2 is trying to expand into the loyalty rewards business and been convinced thts this app will sell - not convinced. Add NFC and get rid of the transaction fees and you might have something worth bothering with, otherwise its just too much hassle. Don't get the point of the O2 money payment card - am I missing something? All in all a shame I was expecting something much more like the Barclaycard offering.
on 20-06-2012 17:18
Don't get the point of the O2 money payment card - am I missing something?
When you have a minute or so, take a look at this O2 GuruTV video. It highlights some of the great benefits of the O2 Wallet http://o2guru.tv/264x
Let us know what you think!
on 26-06-2012 18:08
on 26-06-2012 18:09
Okay, so could be useful if you cant get to a cash machine but I don't borrow money from friends and 15p per transaction? ... You are joking, right??
Have you checked the fees on most other pre-paid cards, I have and this is one of the cheapest?