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Is £399 still too much for the Amazon Fire Phone?

I logged into the web version of Amazon yesterday and was greeted by this take over screen: It’s the promo for the UK version of the Amazon Fire Phone, exclusively available on O2. If you choose the lowest £13/month tariff (24-months) on the always helpful O2 Refresh plan, then the Fire Phone will cost £399. […]

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Order your O2 phone by 10pm, get it next day!

I’d like to say hello to JP, Social Media genius at Telefonica O2. He sent me a chocolate bar together with the slightly mysterious note you see above. As you can see on the wrapper, the text on the chocolate bar reads: This doesn’t have to last you two years. Just like a phone. Get […]

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O2: “2 years is too long to wait for a new phone”

Saw this on the underground today. It is a rather compelling offering from O2 — if you’ve selected the right contract options (notably O2 Refresh in this context). Does this mean that of you’re one of the millions of O2 contract customers currently serving out a 24-month agreement, you can simply pay off the cost […]

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O2 Refresh: Inspired, innovative and available today

O2 UK has launched a new way of doing business for its contract (or “post pay”) consumers. It’s called O2 Refresh and it completely decouples the monthly service plan from the handset cost. With this approach you now choose your calling plan — which must be 24 months in length. You then select what phone […]

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Kudos to O2 for dumping chargers from mobile packaging

It’s about time, isn’t it? I’ve got ton of Micro USB chargers everywhere. So have you, if you’ve bought a few phones across the last few years. So why not dump them from the box? Here’s the overview from Pocket-Lint: O2 and HTC will begin selling a new, as yet unannounced, phone before the end […]

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O2’s 3-day compensation is good enough, I reckon

I see that O2 has now gone on record detailing how it plans to compensate those customers who had no network service last week as a result of that failure. You get 3 days worth of service credit (equivalent to 10% discount) if you’re a contract customer and a similar credit if you’re on PAYG. […]

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