Do any of you know if O2 allow you the option to turn this invasive feature off?
it used to be able to change the apn password to bypass i believe to stop the compression but this not always works. search bypass in these forums some old helpfull posts may come up.
I searched the bypass option and it seems that the byspass was only available for pay monthly contracts (although not guaranteed to work).
I think if there's no solution to this I'll have to look for other mobile internet options as it's business critical for me to view webpages correctly (I'm a web developer)
Thanks again for the quick responses
We've had this problem for a while now and have come up with a good solution.
You'll need access to your website route folder.
Open up your .htaccess file and add the following line.
Header set Cache-Control “no-transform”
In short this basically tells o2 to clear off
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