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O2 Refresh a new way ahead for contracts

http://news.o2.co.uk/?press-release=o2-launches-new-tariff-allowing-customers-to-get-the-latest-phon...

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Re: O2 Refresh a new way ahead for contracts

It's also a good way to differ the airtime agreement to the handset crdit loan agreement.

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Re: O2 Refresh a new way ahead for contracts

Looks interesting....
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Re: O2 Refresh a new way ahead for contracts

So it is basically a simplicity contract with a 0% intrest loan on the handset at sim free price.

 

Looks like a good option

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Re: O2 Refresh a new way ahead for contracts

Only for new customers or customers who are at the end of contract and ready to upgrade

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Re: O2 Refresh a new way ahead for contracts


@Anonymous wrote:

Only for new customers or customers who are at the end of contract and ready to upgrade


Well yes, you can't switch to it mid-contract.

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Wait for a queue of ranting mid contract customers wanting to change to this without paying off their current contracts
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Re: O2 Refresh a new way ahead for contracts

This looks like a fantastic idea in theory... Mobile Today has an interesting review...

 

http://www.mobiletoday.co.uk/News/24960/O2_gets_flexible_with_new_Refresh_contract.aspx