O2 Network Review

With the 2012 Olympics in London just a month away, let’s take a look at one of London’s biggest cell phone carriers in case you are planning a trip to the UK for the games.  O2 offers pay as you go plans, and the phones go for as low as £9.89.  These plans have no monthly contract and you can change your plan every 30 days, or choose to discontinue the service freely.  The plan requires user to prepay in the account with a minimum amount of 10 pounds.  For unlimited O2 to O2 called and text messages, user could choose another pay & go plan that requires a minimum of 15 pounds prepayment.

Here’s the Pay & Go Rates offered by O2:

Usage outside your allowance Charges
Standard calls 35p per minute
O2 mobiles 35p per minute
Other UK network mobiles 35p per minute
Video calls 35p per minute
Text message 12p per message
Picture message 25p per message
Voicemail 901 15p per call
Browsing Up to max £1 per day
O2 Customer Service Free
International text message 16p per message
0500, 0505, 055, 056, 080, 082 numbers 20p per minute
07744, 07755 numbers 25p per minute
0844, 0845, 0870 numbers 20p per minute
0871 numbers 35p per minute

About O2

As one of the UK’s leading providers of mobile telecommunications and the technology with which users can access their services, O2 have built a reputation as being the best at putting together the infrastructure with which users will be able to experience the future of mobile technology when it arrives.

There are a lot of companies putting together ideas and plans for the future of the mobile networks. In a couple of years we will be used to having the upcoming 4G format as our main mobile standard. O2 have spent one billion pounds in the last twelve months to ensure that their network is ready for this new standard. Even further than that, they have been running tests and trials in London to see what businesses think of it and how they use it, enabling them to focus on what their customers want, making the network the best for the people who need it most: the customers.

As well as this, they have dedicated their entire strategy to ensuring that the network as a whole is as stable and sturdy as possible, solidifying their reputation as the UK’s leading network in terms of customer satisfaction. While doing this, they have pledged to make sure that their forward-looking future visions have as little impact on the environment as possible. This will make sure that they are able to keep their pace as one of the most advanced mobile communications providers in the UK.

With a range of services and options available to their customers, it’s a very exciting time to be part of O2. Their sponsorship of live music venues across the countries means that they also have exclusive access to some of the best gigs and festivals in the country, and can offer their customers premium ticket prices or advance bookings before anyone else can get hold of them.

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