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O2 Pay & Go Price Changes

On the 29 May 2014, we'll be changing some prices on our Pay & Go tariffs, for the first time in nearly 5 years.

We know that price rises are never welcome and we haven't taken this decision lightly. However, these changes will allow us to continue to invest in our network and products, and will align us with the rest of the market.

Below are the changes that might affect your Pay & Go customers:

1. Per minute billing
This change affects UK calls to UK landlines and mobiles (including video calls). Instead of charging by the second for any call lasting more than a minute, all calls will be rounded up to the nearest minute.

  • A call lasting less than 1 minute will continue to be rounded up to, and charged at 1 minute.
  • A call lasting 1 minute 21 seconds will now be charged at 2 minutes.

This change will apply to calls that are made in bundle (i.e. within a tariff or Bolt On allowance) as well as out of bundle.

2. Removal of the daily declining call rate
The daily declining call rate for UK calls to UK landlines and O2 mobiles is part of all Talkalot and Talkalot 08 based tariffs. From 29 May, customers on these tariffs will be charged a flat rate of 25p per minute for all UK calls to UK landlines and O2 mobiles that are made out of bundle (i.e. outside a tariff or Bolt On allowance).

3. Picture Message (MMS) price change
We're changing the price of sending a picture message (MMS). The price will increase from 25p to 35p when sending an MMS outside of a tariff or Bolt On allowance.

4. International SMS change
International Sim or O2 Unlimited customers currently pay 10p per International SMS sent from the UK. From the 29 May, the price will increase to 12p per SMS.

These changes will take effect as of 29 May 2014.


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