on 22-08-2015 00:56
on 22-08-2015 01:43
on 22-08-2015 06:11
Only downside is this company are not able to offer Refresh.
on 22-08-2015 08:41
Your choice of phone and OS is entirely your own, but as @viridis has said, signal and coverage should be your main concern. I don't think that getting a good deal with EE and having to stand in your garden to make calls would be an ideal situation for you. If O2 can't supply you with the Windows phone you want you'll need to shop around. There's also the option of buying a phone sim free and taking a sim only contract with O2.
on 22-08-2015 09:30
on 22-08-2015 09:50
on 22-08-2015 10:00
As said, your first concern should certainly be about coverage and testing using free payandgo sims. O2 seem to be in a decline regarding customer service with staff cut backs and proving very difficult to get through to by phone. Live chat? Enough said.
Personally I would be going into my town centre and looking at all the network shops and the independents to see what's available. Tying yourself into a two year contract needs a lot of research.
on 22-08-2015 13:47
OnePlus 6 (O2 & Sfr), Z3 Tablet (Three UK), iPhone 8+ (EE)
on 26-08-2015 19:51
O2 are no longer competitive on price. I have literally just left them. Service is faultless. I too have been with them since Cellnet was first formed from BT/Securicor networks and they were the biggest player in their day. These days the other networks have caught up. Its a shame as price is my only reason for leaving.
They tried offering me all sorts of deals (some of which were very good) but they simply cannot offer a decent 'budget' contract in the £10-£15 pcm bracket.
I do hope someone from O2 reads these and does something in future about this; not everyone wants (or is frankly daft enough) to throw £25/£30/£40 per month at a mobile phone regardless of what you give in return. It crosses from the utility bracket into 'luxury' territory..