O2 Sim Only Medium User

o2 sim only medium user :-  are between the light and heavy users

  • also known as casual users. 
  • In terms of calls and texts, medium  mobile users make and receive moderately
  • less than 600 minutes of calls and 
  • less than1000 texts a month.
  • use their phones as a primary channel for entertainment and casual networking.



Network

12months





Minutes

Unlimited


Text

Unlimited


Data

100GB

Upfront
Cost

Free

Monthly
Cost

£20

When it comes to O2 Sim Only Medium User, look at the typical specs below.

Get the flexibility you and  your freedom  need.




Network

24 months





Minutes

Unlimited


Text

Unlimited


Data

120GB

Upfront
Cost

Free

Monthly
Cost

£20



Are also keen web surfers and do a lot of social networking like Facebook, checking friends current status and keeping friends linked and apprised of each others current status.




Network

24 months





Minutes

Unlimited


Text

Unlimited


Data

150GB

Upfront
Cost

Free

Monthly
Cost

£22


Casual users  text message, make calls and use Apps such as Twitter somewhat.  This are users who fairly only employ the most mainstream of features of a mobile.





Network

30 months






Minutes

Unlimited


Text

Unlimited


Data

5GB

Upfront
Cost

Free

Monthly
Cost

£23

o2 sim only medium user, internet access, Data, how many megabytes?


As Medium Casual users view not too few but not many web pages almost  daily and use a few applications that eat up a little data each, we endorse a data allowance of about 600 megabytes approximately of data every month. 

Most medium mobile phone users use Mid Range Smartphones most of which are 3G ready, on the odd occasion some mid rangers offer fast 4G capability.




Network

12 months






Minutes

Unlimited


Text

Unlimited


Data

150GB

Upfront
Cost

Free

Monthly
Cost

£24


As a o2 sim only medium user you  may like to watch video on online streaming sites such as iPlayer and Netflix every so often and maybe download a few songs now and then too.  Spends just a bit of time surfing the internet, and download a few games or Apps every other week. Downloads email every other day to their phone via an on board or email App such as Gmail.


O2 Sim Only Medium User


Network

24 months






Minutes

Unlimited


Text

Unlimited


Data

250GB

Upfront
Cost

Free

Monthly
Cost

£25

As we have different SIM-only contracts for  all sorts of medium mobile phone users with non identical communication needs, as users use their allowances in different ways for instance the tariff above has been tailor made for a medium user who is moderate than anything else, SIM only contracts for medium users, such as the ones below shows us different users with different mobile lifestyles, which are you?


Disadvantages of SIM-only contracts.


Wow only two.......

  • you provide the phone.
  • you'll need to unlock the phone if changing networks.




The best tariff is one that mirrors your typical mobile usage. You need a tariff where you don't go over your monthly allowances but at the same time you're not using under your allowances, this balance saves you money every-month.


Its this balance every mobile user should aim for. Be a Happy Mobile phone user :)

The best tariff is one that mirrors your typical mobile usage.


You must always (just in case) Important to check the out of allowance rates



Make sure you order the right size of simcard, standard.....micro......nano

Hard getting credit?  If that's the case it may be hard getting medium sim only contracts that's over one month, but if its a 1 month/30day like the ones above and below, then no credit check needed,you also get the flexible benefit of rolling it from month to month.........if thats what you decide :)




Mobile-Phone and network companies want to entice new and hold-on to their customers for as long as possible, so to make you sign up to longer contracts, they offer very nice  incentives so often, they offer "free" gifts which is good. Need it rather than want it?







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