O2 Flagship store, Regents Street, London

Discussion in 'iPhone Launch Meetups' started by prfrma, Jun 13, 2010.

  1. macrumors regular

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    Anyone coming?
    I'm curious to see what the reaction will be like in london.
     
  2. macrumors member

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    gosh no
    ive been a loyal o2 iphone customer for 2 years now, despite very poor coverage and network issues. Now that the unlimited data plan has been abolished, im hoping that either 3 or vodafone launch a competitive plans so i can leave this dreadful network.
     
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    The Samurai

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    If you think 3 is going to have good coverage, your definitely in for a surprise.
     
  4. macrumors member

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    seriously??? i thought 3 were always pretty good. surely their 3g network is better than O2's though? O2's is horrendous, and i always get messages saying network lost every hour or so.
     
  5. thread starter macrumors regular

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    I left o2 for three once... Came screaming back after a year. Never again, worst customer service ever, poor network service in general - most of the time, it just didn't work.

    Came back to o2, been tempted to switch but I get always offered decent deals by none-foreign customer service assistants.


    Anyway, back on topic...

    Anyone planning to go? Is pre-ordering tomorrow or tuesday?
     
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    Willis

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    I left 3 Mobile for O2 when the iPhone 3G came out and while signal was good, I was never able to get 3G often, but then it was a crummy nokia 6280

    Customer service was awful, more hassle than it was worth
     
  7. macrumors member

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    I'm pretty sure everyone who works or has worked for Three know how bad the CS is.

    I have quite a few people in my call center who have worked for Three!

    But nothing beats there 3G network. Well, in London at least.
     

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