on 30-07-2012 09:51
I had an 'E-top up' card with a new SIM.
Please can anybody tell me what use it is and how it works? Is it worth anything or is there any free top-up on it?
O2 help just says "Lets you top up... where you see the sign". But how, and what's the point of it? Why would I need to use it?
Any clear answers please?
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on 30-07-2012 11:46
You have to register the card against your mobile number. There is no credit or top up on the card and it is of no monetary value.
The idea behind an e-top up card is that once registered, you just hand it to your retailer and tell them how much you want to top up without having to give them your mobile number.
Main advantage is that the top up process eliminates human error and ensures the credit goes onto the correct phone.
Top ups can still be done without the card.
30-07-2012 11:47 - edited 30-07-2012 11:56
We'll give you a top-up card with your sim when you join us. To activate it, dial 248 free from your mobile and follow the instructions. Hand it over with your cash, credit or debit card at any O2 shop or other store with the green top-up logo. You can top up between £10 and £50, and use the same card again and again.
Different ways to top up:
on 30-07-2012 20:14
on 30-07-2012 20:23
Yes it registers against the phone you called with.
on 17-08-2012 00:34
Do u have to order a sim with a phone to get one, cos I just ordered a new sim with my existing blackberry
You have really answered your own question there, of course you can.
on 17-08-2012 08:24