on 24-06-2016 08:17
I decided to try O2 because EE never dealt with any of my complaints in a satisfactory way. But, when I set it all up, I was bombarded with so much marketing rubbish by the person on the other end of the line that I agreed to a tariff that was slightly more expensive and then found out that I did not even have unlimited data. Seems to me that people have to be professional negotiators to get value for money. Now waiting for my contract to expire and feeling totally ripped off. The only positive thing I can say about O2 is that their websites are a lot more user-friendly than EE.
on 24-06-2016 08:24
I have already answered your question on your first post here http://community.o2.co.uk/t5/Pay-Monthly-and-Pay-Go/Tariffs/m-p/979292/highlight/true#M114462
As I said no-one offers unlimited data...The highest O2 offer is 20gb...
on 24-06-2016 08:26
OnePlus 6 (O2 & Sfr), Z3 Tablet (Three UK), iPhone 8+ (EE)
on 24-06-2016 08:29
Well I never used to be sent messages every couple of days telling me that I've used up all my inclusive data when I was with EE. Are you an employee of O2 ?
If so, do not reply to any of my questions because you are not saying anything that makes any sense to me.
24-06-2016 08:33 - edited 24-06-2016 08:34
on 24-06-2016 08:50
Sorry, but once I feel that I have been ripped off, yet again, I will certainly not be paying more or speaking to any one from O2. Funny how some of my friends are getting a better deal. All trust has disappeared.
on 24-06-2016 08:54
@Anonymous If this is the case then you will need to cancel your contract by following this guide https://community.o2.co.uk/t5/Pay-Monthly-and-Pay-Go/Cancelling-Your-Contract-A-Guide/m-p/566774/highlight/true#M56526
on 24-06-2016 09:01
@Anonymous No one here is an O2 employee unless it states so in their signature. It's part of the forum rules.
If you have been sent messages because you've used up your inclusive data, it's because that's what you did. Why wouldn't you want to be notified?
If you're that unhappy, and you're on a Refresh contract, just look at the link provided by @Cleoriff and pay off what you owe on your device and leave. No one is holding a gun to your head, and I'm pretty sure that they weren't when you took out the contract either.