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When I got my O2 3410 it said I had 30 days free WAP internet access.

But by some strange quirk of fate, it's now 3 months since I got the phone and i still have free wap access!

I'm kinda worried. Are they gonna hit me with a massive bill sometime or what? I would phone them up and ask but I'm scared that that'll kill the goose that lays the golden eggs...

Unless of course, 30 days means 30 * 24 hours, in which case I am nowhere near using it up, since I only use it to look at news headlines and weather and stuff.
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(Original post by hypnos)
When I got my O2 3410 it said I had 30 days free WAP internet access.

But by some strange quirk of fate, it's now 3 months since I got the phone and i still have free wap access!

I'm kinda worried. Are they gonna hit me with a massive bill sometime or what? I would phone them up and ask but I'm scared that that'll kill the goose that lays the golden eggs...

Unless of course, 30 days means 30 * 24 hours, in which case I am nowhere near using it up, since I only use it to look at news headlines and weather and stuff.
stay quiet.They aint realised
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It's also happened to my bro, who has exactly the same phone...
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(Original post by hypnos)
When I got my O2 3410 it said I had 30 days free WAP internet access.

But by some strange quirk of fate, it's now 3 months since I got the phone and i still have free wap access!

I'm kinda worried. Are they gonna hit me with a massive bill sometime or what? I would phone them up and ask but I'm scared that that'll kill the goose that lays the golden eggs...

Unless of course, 30 days means 30 * 24 hours, in which case I am nowhere near using it up, since I only use it to look at news headlines and weather and stuff.
maybe they bill every 4 months...
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maybe they bill every 4 months...
well expect a big bill if they do
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well expect a big bill if they do
a very big bill. expect £50+ per month
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a very big bill. expect £50+ per month
erm id go for £200 + per month
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erm id go for £200 + per month
i personally wouldnt. I think my amount is closer to the truth...
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i personally wouldnt. I think my amount is closer to the truth...
and annoyance
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and annoyance
well whatever turns you on...(gems i believe is the correct answer)
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(Original post by hypnos)
When I got my O2 3410 it said I had 30 days free WAP internet access.

But by some strange quirk of fate, it's now 3 months since I got the phone and i still have free wap access!

I'm kinda worried. Are they gonna hit me with a massive bill sometime or what? I would phone them up and ask but I'm scared that that'll kill the goose that lays the golden eggs...

Unless of course, 30 days means 30 * 24 hours, in which case I am nowhere near using it up, since I only use it to look at news headlines and weather and stuff.

I _think_ O2 WAP is free till the end of january, to try and get people to use it. I know that's the case with PAYG. But O2 is crap.... get '3', then we can video chat
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well whatever turns you on...(gems i believe is the correct answer)
that is cheeky :eek:
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I'm not sure but i have had free wap since i bought my phone back in April.
I think i read somewhere that with o2 you get 300 minutes wap per month, but i am not too sure.
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i think if you topup £10 a month you do (PAYG)
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Why must o2 make their site so complicated? All I want to know is the PAYG costs and I've been fobbed off with bolt on crap and pay monthly cons.
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Why must o2 make their site so complicated? All I want to know is the PAYG costs and I've been fobbed off with bolt on crap and pay monthly cons.
to make you buy them of course!
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I'm not sure but i have had free wap since i bought my phone back in April.
I think i read somewhere that with o2 you get 300 minutes wap per month, but i am not too sure.
you do get 300 mins free a month with o2
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I finally found the site:

http://www.o2.co.uk/productsservices...0,,112,00.html

It says that GPRS wap is free until 31st January 2004
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I finally found the site:

http://www.o2.co.uk/productsservices...0,,112,00.html

It says that GPRS wap is free until 31st January 2004
Well, not long to go is it now?
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o2 is so expensive. It goes something like:

Vodafone
Peak: 35p
OFF: 10p
Voicemail: see Peak and OFF
Text: 12p
WAP: 10p
Minimum Call Charge: 5p
Time Limit: 6 months
0800 numbers: see Peak and OFF

Orange
Peak: 35p
OFF: 10p
Voicemail: 10p
Text: 12p
Minimum Call Charge: 5p
Time Limit: 6 months
0800 numbers: see Peak and OFF

T-Mobile
Peak: 35p (it gets cheaper if you use up more than £10 in a month)
OFF: 35p (it gets cheaper if you use up more than £10 in a month)
Voicemail: see Peak and OFF
Text: 10p
Minimum Call Charge: 5p
Time Limit: 90 days
0800 numbers: 40p

Virgin Mobile
Peak: 15p for 5 minutes, 5p for the rest of the day
OFF: 15p for 5 minutes, 5p for the rest of the day
Voicemail: Free
Text: 10p (3p to other Virgin phones)
Minimum Call Charge: None
Time Limit: None
0800 numbers: Free (business numbers are standard)

o2
Peak: 35p
OFF: 10p
Voicemail: 10p
Text: 12p
Minimum Call Charge: 5p
Time Limit: 6 months
0800 numbers: See Peak and OFF
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