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BIG trouble with O2 - looking for suggestions plz!

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    At least it's not as bad as this
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    (Original post by umop apisdn)
    Why should they let you know? They gain from your lack of attention. It's your responsibility, not theirs.
    and besides that, he / she probably has a call log on his / her phone
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    (Original post by Juno)
    At least it's not as bad as this
    man, that must have hurt
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    (Original post by preeti4fashion)
    My recent O2 phone bill has gone over £300 and how nice of them to text me this morning saying that my phone usage was 'unusually high'
    At least you got a text... SFR didn't say anything to me when I went over my bill by 750€ and how I did so I'll never understand.

    Just go in and talk to customer services at the O2 shop and go from there, maybe they will let you pay in instalments.

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