Oracle Registered User
#136

The-Rigger said:

Hang tough? Crew?
I feel like a proper youth.


Great. Just for info, when did you order the SIM?

#137

25c to txt a UK mobile is pretty steep.

Just on that, for the 10e membership per month, are you left with 10e phone credit or would you have to buy additional credit in order to send a txt abroad or if you so wanted - call a landline (once your 20 minutes had elapsed)?

Oracle said:
25c http://www.48months.ie/index/pricing

They've just posted a seriously stylish and expensive ad on YouTube, wow .....



Wonder what that ad was originally for.

Oracle said:
Great. Just for info, when did you order the SIM?


Tonight.

#138

Weirding me out now. Bit ominous.



/conquers.

stacexD Registered User
#139

So is this just a scam or is it real?
Too lazy to read the whole thread in the middle of the night

Oracle Registered User
#140

The-Rigger said:
Weirding me out now. Bit ominous.



/conquers.


Yeah that's the email I got as well. Although O2 take ages to send free SIMs so I wouldn't worry.

Your question about making international texts, or extra calls to landlines, I assume you need additional credit for those calls. That's why the top-up page is on the web site. Looks to me that the €10 per month is a membership fee only. That allows you make lots of calls and texts to mobiles, but it's not available as call credit for other calls.

Kevin! Registered User
#141

If people are after unlimited data, and not so much unlimited calling three are still far superior imo -

top up by 20e and get free unlimited internet for the month, unlimited texts to any network, unlimited three to three calls and free weekend calls to any network

not to mention the 20e credit you still have left

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JTMan Registered User
#142

The-Rigger said:

Just on that, for the 10e membership per month, are you left with 10e phone credit or would you have to buy additional credit in order to send a txt abroad or if you so wanted - call a landline (once your 20 minutes had elapsed)?


You need to buy additional credit.

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padocon Registered User
#143

Grindylow said:
Very suspicious tbh..


My thoughts exactly, they are referring to you paying for a "membership", unusual. I could be completely wrong but I wouldn't change over just yet.

PressTheButton Registered User
#144

The-Rigger said:
... Wonder what that ad was originally for. ...


Video was apparently made by this Irish advertising company specifically for '48'.

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drunkmonkey Registered User
#145

The-Rigger said:


Wonder what that ad was originally for.



Play the fist 40 seconds of this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3L4spg8vyo in the background while watching the ad form the start. Works well

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Walter White Registered User
#146

10 euro a month for unlimited calls and texts to any network.... That is a great deal, better than any deal that has ever been offered in Ireland before and people on here just keep knocking it !!!

Why ???

Do they not like a real Bargain.....

Oracle Registered User
#147

I ain't knocking it I think it's great. If I get the SIM, can get on the network and actually get the deal, it'll be fantastic .......

doxy Registered User
#148

So, if I already have an o2 account where they have my real date of birth on file, won't telefonica and 48months be able to access that data too?

Oracle Registered User
#149

Yeah but sssshhh .... don't tell them they mightn't have thought of that!

JTMan Registered User
#150

doxy said:
So, if I already have an o2 account where they have my real date of birth on file, won't telefonica and 48months be able to access that data too?


They wont be able to. They have you date of birth for data protection purposes not for age validation purposes.

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