on 17-10-2017 21:24
It was the TITLE of the festival that I thought relevant...(Certainly after todays news...)
Yes very appropriate given that now the three most used apps, after My O2, have now been taken away without explanations or apologies.
on 18-10-2017 12:29
on 18-10-2017 12:37
Seriously? I can't believe O2 are getting rid of such a useful service / app and with so little apology - there are only 17 (mainly very new) handset models that can currently use your "replacement" VoWifi service. Why would you get remove such a useful app from the majority of your customers with so few phones supporting the replacement service? Why?
My phone is only a 2016 model & it's not listed! I'll have to go back to using my emergency Vodafone PAYGO phone for visiting my parents in Cornwall & my sister in rural Sussex! I will also be looking at moving my monthly contract when it comes up as EE does provide coverage for those areas - I only stayed with O2 because of Tu App meant my phone worked everywhere!
on 18-10-2017 13:53
Have had my text today telling me to say goodbye to TU Go, and I'm absolutely gutted and justifiably angry. Just this month I bought a new phone with 24 month O2 contract from Carphone Warehouse. I did my research and picked the handset and tarriff that's right for me, a Huewai P10 Plus. Not on the list of VoWiFi compatible handsets.
I've used O2 for years purely because of the TU Go app. If I had known it would be withdrawn next month I would most likely have gone with a different network. I certainly won't be choosing O2 again when it's time to upgrade next. Very poor service from this company.
on 18-10-2017 13:55