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    I'm wanting to get a new contract phone next month and am undecided over who to go for....O2 or T-mobile. The tariffs i like are the T-mobile Flext 25, which would be £18.75/month direct from T-M, for about 200 mins and 200 texts, or O2 Online 100, which would give me 200 mins and 150 texts for £25/month. Clearly T-mobile is better value for money, but I think that O2 are more reliable and have better national network coverage. It would also cost me £10 to buy the d600 on T-M and £20 on O2. Both would also be to an 18 month contract. Wots people's advice?
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    Provided you can get T-Mobile coverage in the areas in which you want to use it, T-Mobile every time! Ask other people you know in the area to see what T-Mobile coverage is like.

    IMO whilst neither company's customer service is particularly great, T-Mobile is a hell of a lot better than O2 in this respect.
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    yea if you can get tmobile i'd get that! im on flext 25... best thing i ever did! oh and no1 tells u this so if u wanna find out how much money u have left (the allowance) u just phone 150 like normal tmobile contracts... coz everywhere i read b4 i got it just said u only get 1 txt a week telling u... LIES lol

    go tmobile flext is mint
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    I've just swapped my o2 online 500 cotract for the flext35, its working out sooooo much cheaper!
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    Im getting half price flext 35 for 12 months.then full price..but maybe ill switch to a cheaper tariff after that time. hehe.

    (Well, i get the money refunded in installments).
 
 
 
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