on 05-05-2011 20:39
on 05-05-2011 21:51
on 05-05-2011 22:12
O2 cannot match vodas offer as they aren't allowed to offer any discounts on simplicity tariffs and no 08 calls bolt on exists on their system, so the agents hands are tied and they are forced to adopt a take-it-or-leave-it approach.
on 06-05-2011 00:03
I think the current approach and price structure may well hit O2 harder than the realise, though it seems obvious to me.
on 06-05-2011 00:14
on 06-05-2011 00:17
Agreed - anyway never mind, I just took the Vodafone deal. Feel dirty
Until the next time...
on 06-05-2011 14:32
Same advice as usual, go with the best deal for your needs, brand loyalty means squat these days. A year ago, I wouldn't contemplate a change of network but the only reason I'm still with O2 is the coverage I get from O2 and the legacy tariff I am on which is ideal for me as I still have unlimited data and overseas texts.
I would get a cheap Vodafone P&G sim to check the network coverage in your area and if it's good, then take their deal. Do your research and select the best option for you. I fear many people will be doing just that and O2 have only themselves to blame.
O2 need to rethink their tariffs and give existing customers a reason to stay with them but it may already be too late.
on 10-05-2011 03:26
on 11-05-2011 12:15
o2 - 12 months simplicity, 600 mins, Unlimited Texts, 500MB data +1GB BT Wifi - £21.50 (£258)
Voda - 12 Months Sim, 600 mins, Unlimited Texts, 1GB Data + 1GB BT WIfi - £20 PLUS 1st 3 Months half price line rental (£210)