on 19-02-2009 14:38
Unfortunately If I were to get an iPhone and I am willing to shell out 350£ upfront, there is no option. iPhone is even sold with pay & go plan with 350£ payment upfront but not on simplicity.
I know a lot of people like me who are on "simplicity" and want iPhones!! Are the right people listening?
on 19-02-2009 14:54
You mentioned you're prepared to buy the handset on pay and go, which is fine, all you need to do is put your simplicity sim card into it like you would with any other handset.
on 19-02-2009 15:17 - last edited on 20-06-2012 09:52 by Admin
If I bought iPhone on my own hacked it and then put my simplicity o2 sim, I would stand to lose the warranty (meaning no further support). However if you see the link http://shop.o2.co.uk/promo/iphoneindex/ ... one3GPayGo iphone comes with O2s standard Pay as you Go plans (here you pay 350£ upfront and o2 gives only 12 month unlimited data access though). I want a plan like this for simplicity not buying a iphone handset unlocking it and putting my own sim
on 19-02-2009 17:49
You will probably have to sacrifice your unlimited landline calls if you want to keep paying the same monthly price.
As far as word on the street goes, Pay&Go iPhones work fine with an O2 simplicity SIM in them - have O2 advised you otherwise?
on 20-02-2009 01:48
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on 20-02-2009 07:33
on 20-02-2009 16:09
You seem to be forgetting that at the end of the day the iphone is...a phone, a handset.
You can put a simplicity sim card into it the same as you can do with any other pay and go phone, you aren't 'hacking it'.
Yes, if you take an iphone on contract there are special tariffs but as others have said there's nothing to stop you putting any o2 sim card in one, you're still covered by warranty and o2 will provide support.