on 09-12-2018 16:25
You've got no chance and running a business on PAYG isn't sensible really.
All PAYG users will get 10% extra on their next top up in January.
OnePlus 6 (O2 & Sfr), Z3 Tablet (Three UK), iPhone7 (EE)
on 09-12-2018 16:41
@tedhaywood This is the O2 statement regarding the outage:
• For our Pay Monthly customers, SMB business customers and mobile broadband customers we will be crediting two days of monthly airtime subscription charges by the end of January
• For our Pay As You Go customers we will be giving a 10% credit on a top-up in the New Year and will let our customers know when it is available
• For our Pay As You Go mobile broadband customers we will be giving a 10% discount on a Bolt On purchase in the New Year and will let our customers know when it is available
If you're running a business using your phone you should be on a business tariff. You wouldn't get any more in compensation for this outage if you had a business contract, but you can't claim business expenses for your phone if you're on Pay & Go. I'm not an expert on this, but using a phone for business on Pay & Go may also be a breach of O2's Terms & Conditions.
on 09-12-2018 17:30
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