O2 Lend Us a Quid terms and conditions
4th Jan 2011 VAT increase to 20%
These prices were correct at the time of publishing. On 4 January 2011, the rate of VAT will increase to 20% and all of our prices will change to reflect that.
- All Telefónica UK Limited and Online Customers on Pay As You Go Original, Pay As You Go Talkalotmore and Pay As You Go Talkalot tariffs are able to use the O2 Lend Us A Quid Service ("LUAQ Service").
- Eligible customers must have topped up at least once and must have a balance of £0.50 or less. If you change from a high street to an online tariff or vice versa you will need to top-up at least once on the new tariff before you can use the LUAQ service.
- In the event that your balance falls below £0.50 and you wish to make a call you can call the top up line free from your mobile on 4444 and choose to use the LUAQ Service within the top-up option. Using the LUAQ Service will lend you £1 of calltime that will be repaid out of your next top-up. For example if your balance is £0 and your next top-up is £10, after the LUAQ service is repaid you will have a balance of £9 calltime
- You must top up within a maximum of 7 calendar days from the day the £1 was borrowed to repay the £1 or an additional one off surcharge of £0.25 will be deducted from your next top-up. For example using the scenario above, if your next top-up of £10 is 8 days after your initial loan then after the LUAQ service is repaid you will have a balance of £8.75 calltime.
- A reminder text will be sent if you have not repaid the £1 within 5 days.
- You will not be entitled to benefit from the LUAQ Service a second time until you have topped up and repaid any outstanding LUAQ calltime.
- O2 reserves the right to withdraw or amend this offer at any time. Notice by text message will be provided to customers who have used the service before it is withdrawn. Notice will be effective immediately.
- To pay back the £1 borrowed you must top up as normal. Any money added to your account as part of O2 promotions will not pay back the £1 owed.