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FREE Unlimited web at all price points

Anonymous
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What ever does "FREE Unlimited web at all price points" mean?

Looking at Carphone Warehouse website I came across a Nokia on o2 with these PAYG tarrif features:

O2 will lend you £1 when you run out of credit
O2 Top-Up Suprises
FREE Unlimited web at all price points

It is the same price as Favourite Place (what I have now)

Can someone enlighten me please - I don't see it on the o2 site.
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Anonymous
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That's O2's text and web tariff.

It means you get free web at each top up value point. eg. top up £10 and get 300sms and web.
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Anonymous
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Ah ok, thanks very much.
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Anonymous
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Hi

Thought I'd post here rather than start a new thread. I was also wondering what it meant - I'm an oldie so I tend to dial rather than text, :robotsurprised: grin would I also get free internet whenever I top up for calls which would be unlimited until the next top-up?

Thanks
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Anonymous
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I think not. If you look at http://shop.o2.co.uk/tariffs/Pay_and_Go and click on View details in the Text and Web tarrif you will see the call cost (which I take to mean even after topping up) and the text and data costs after the month us up without topping up again.

Short answer - No!
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Anonymous
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Thanks, think I'll give it a miss then.
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