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Re: O2's Daylight Robbery FTAO Their Staff.


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Oh please.... another one Smiley Sad

They're making a day of it too with ill-informed posts all over the place. Smiley Indifferent

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Re: O2's Daylight Robbery FTAO Their Staff.

So I see Smiley Mad

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Re: O2's Daylight Robbery FTAO Their Staff.

Gotta love these people who have to whinge and make stupid statements. Stand by for another thread they find to make rediculous claims.

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Re: O2's Daylight Robbery FTAO Their Staff.

wish people would research or look at links before posting

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Thanks, Petal, so very much for sticking up for me. I'm a she by the way. Smiley Surprised

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Re: O2's Daylight Robbery FTAO Their Staff.

No. If the data was off I could have found out how to put it on and done so. No problem. Why have it on and charge me £1 a day till it used up all my credit? I notice no staff have responded to this post, despite original title.

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It's not libellous. I HAVE been robbed.

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Funnily enough, not everyone's a techie.

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Re: O2's Daylight Robbery FTAO Their Staff.

Unfortunatly its not an orginal title.

I unerstand what you mean about setting it to off as defualt. However this is done by the phone manufactorers not O2.

O2 cant be expected to defualt all contracts/payg to data off. The phone lines would clog up live chat would be even worse. Its ust not good business sense. (not that i agree with much if anything theyve done recently).

Unfortuatly it is libellous, you may feel youve been robbed but its not the coorect definition in this case sorry.
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@Liquid wrote:

O2 cant be expected to defualt all contracts/payg to data off. The phone lines would clog up live chat would be even worse. Its ust not good business sense. (not that i agree with much if anything theyve done recently).

When I transfered from Orange to O2, I was unable to access the internet. It cost me £7.30 on their customer help line to get it set up and working.

 

So yes, O2 can be expected and do default payg to data off, and at a cost of £7.30 to get it working, I feel I was robbed.