I wanted to join the network and I was thinking to choose a SIM only contract for £10 which gives unlimited minutes and 5GB of data, but then I noticed that you have an even better offer for £10 in the Pay As You Go section: unlimited minutes and 6GB of data.
What to choose if they look the same? In the past contracts offers looked usually more attractive, but looks like no any more? Do you know what are still advantages to go for a contract in this situation?
It's entirely personal choice but you can't get wifi calling on PAYG, so if that's important to you, go with a monthly contract.
Other compatibility issues include no support for Apple watch on PAYG and no visual voicemail ability.
You're welcome @Jan5
At the end I found that there was a better offer for O2 network on another company website! Not on O2 website, but totally external website. I checked many times and asked O2 chat if this is legitimate and they confirmed that yes. They said: other companies are able to negotiate better deals because they bring many customers. The offer was 10GB for £8. There is no Disney network added as it is on O2 website deal, but I do not need the next streaming service...
I do not want to disclose the name, because I am not working there and not sure if this is a good custom on the forum.
Once you click the link on the offer over there I was transformed to O2 website where you provide data and finalize the deal.
I received my O2 SIM card already the next day even if it was Saturday, so great O2 speed and service.
Up to now all my life I always went to the source, to the manufacturer to cut the middle-man to get the better deal, but looks like I could be mistaken sometimes and it is not like that anymore.
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