on 24-05-2016 10:05
OnePlus 6 (O2 & Sfr), Z3 Tablet (Three UK), iPhone 8+ (EE)
on 24-05-2016 10:19
The problem for you, @Charlieboyoo, is that you weren't aware that you had to manually go in and change your preferences to opt out. We've seen many posts like this before. O2 have them all turned to YES as the default, but they don't tell you that. By all means make a complaint, though.
What many are complaining about here, and in the other thread that has been started this morning, is that they DID opt out, but somehow that has been changed without their knowledge, and many people are now receiving junk calls where they weren't previously.
on 24-05-2016 12:19
That's the whole point, no one has agreed to this if they specifically changed their preferences.
on 24-05-2016 12:59
@Charlieboyoo It's actually good that you highlighted the problem, as it spurred others to check their settings because they had been receiving unwanted calls and couldn't figure out why. So a well done to you!
on 24-05-2016 13:02
I'm now seriously considering changing my number, which is a complete farce of a sitch to be in. Also possibly paying my device off early and jumping ship... It's that serious imo and my faith in O2s ability to keep my private data safe is now non existent 😤😡
on 24-05-2016 13:19
on 24-05-2016 13:58
Thanks,well the reason I made a post about this was because I knew that I would get good reliable advice or a solution to my incident.The hilarious parts where they weren't even offering a good deal.im tempted in changing network.Just not sure 🤔
I thank you for posting @Charlieboyoo. It gave us all reason to check our own preferences...and put the cat among the pigeons..(as it were)