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Level 68: Extraordinaire
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Registered: ‎31-03-2010

Re: Leaving O2 After Seven Years..


@Anonymous wrote:

didn't mean to say i want "freebies" but paying £25 a month for 400 minutes and having the same phone for over a year and something - iphone 4 - is remotely a good deal.... plus as i said i have been contract customer paying on time every month for years... 

 

you guys i don't like your stance - i am just telling facts here.

 

it's called constructive critisism


So you've had the same phone for over a year. So what? What about the people who have 24 month contracts? So you're a contract customer who pays on time every month. What do you think everyone else who's on a contract does? Why is paying on time every month something special? It's a contract. That's what you're supposed to do!

I DO NOT WORK FOR O2



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Anonymous
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Re: Leaving O2 After Seven Years..

actually i have been with the same phone - iphone 4 - for nearly 2 years -

 

whatever i rest my case - you guys can do whatever you do - keep supporting O2 on your own forums - i am not here to fight you

 

this is my last reply.. bye

 

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Anonymous
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Re: Leaving O2 After Seven Years..

We are not here to fight Smiley Happy
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Anonymous
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Re: Leaving O2 After Seven Years..


@Anonymous wrote:
We are not here to fight Smiley Happy

The OP has created a thread and vented which is fine.

 

Not all replies are going to be completley in favour of the OP's opinion.

 

Lets leave this thread where it lies now.

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Anonymous
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Re: Leaving O2 After Seven Years..

if you wanted to change your phone, you could sell your current one to help pay for it. nobody gets loyalty discounts anymore, you could try the new o2 refresh tariff or just join a new network if you want it that badly

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Anonymous
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Re: Leaving O2 After Seven Years..

I agree I was just trying to say although we may not all agree with the Op I would hope we are a little more mature then to start having a go

Left it there
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Anonymous
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Re: Leaving O2 After Seven Years..


@Anonymous wrote:

@Anonymous wrote:
We are not here to fight Smiley Happy

The OP has created a thread and vented which is fine.

 

Not all replies are going to be completley in favour of the OP's opinion.

 

Lets leave this thread where it lies now.


they just keep coming back so they are after an arguement

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Anonymous
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Re: Leaving O2 After Seven Years..

I'm not commenting any further Smiley Happy
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Level 68: Extraordinaire
Posts: 15,614
Registered: ‎31-03-2010

Re: Leaving O2 After Seven Years..

We are customers. Just like you. Those that are O2 employees who contribute in the forum are identified in their signature. As customers we have no agenda. We make complaints too. You are not doing anything more than any other contract customer does. Your reasons for leaving are just not valid.

I DO NOT WORK FOR O2



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Registered: ‎13-08-2012

Re: Leaving O2 After Seven Years..

Hi guys,

A lot of very constructive points have been shared by a number of you and I'm glad everyone has had a chance to give their views, but I think its time to lock this thread now.

@neodjandre: If you would like to discuss the issues you're having, feel free to drop me a private message Smiley Happy
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