on 24-07-2012 17:43
My husband is also a pay and go O2 customer, but unfortunately he didn't get the text so presumably he won't get the offer ?
Did you read the first post in this thread?
on 24-07-2012 20:11
I would think so, I doubt they would send about 23 million texts all at the same time.
on 25-07-2012 09:43
Since the network was down last week, nearly every single night since my signal completely disappears on my phone, and so when I notice it the next morning I have to reboot my phone to get it back to full signal again. Has anyone else been having problems still with their network?
on 25-07-2012 09:57
on 30-07-2012 13:23
Well he didn't get the text and it did say previously that everyone would be informed by the 27th. He lost signal same as I did
Contact O2, they are the only ones that can help.
on 30-07-2012 19:25
To be honest I don't think he is really bothered ... only uses it if he is out somewhere and wants to contact me - he could build you a car with spare parts, but other technology goes over his head lol ... I even got him one of those phones for folks who want large buttons and just want to use it as a phone or a text (which he can't do !) His £10 top up lasts ages and ages !
But I have sent for one of those new gogo pay and go sims to put into the cheapie phone I just keep for emergencies
on 15-08-2012 08:04
In response to the £10 voucher offered by O2 to its customers
Q. What can you buy with the voucher?
A. The voucher can be redeemed on anything in store, with the exception of Pay & Go top-ups and Pay Monthly bill credits. For example, customers can choose to get £10 off a new handset (even if bought with a contract) or spend the voucher on any of the accessories in our extensive range. It’s only one voucher per transaction and no change will be given if you spend less than £10.
I don't consider 02's range of accessories "extensive" since there is not anything in O2 UK stores that accommodate people with regards to assistive hearing equipment such as headsets, or bluetooth products, induction loop etc. Hearing impaired people would also like to spend their money!!!
Will O2 be making a provision for headsets compatible with hearing aids and cochlear implants. i.e making use of technology that has induction loop on this offer? Many of hearing impaired customers would like to take the opportunity to their free voucher too and be included in what is on offer.
Come on O2 - include us in!!