Official - O2 customers are twelve-thumbed texting whores

29 July 2010

It seems our avid Bitterwallet readers are singularly responsible for the upkeep of O2. In the past day, customers have been receiving texts from the network operator, explaining how wonderful O2 are, and what a huge favour they do for customers by offering free texts. You lucky people. And thank God they do, frankly, because our avid readers are a pack of SMS sluts. Where does Andy in Sheffield find the time?

Bitterwallet - O2 sends text about texts

He's not the only one; Stuart Hill from Derby sent 16,035 texts last month, and Mrs Hill sent over 23,000. Avid reader Idris beats them all into a cocked hat, however - his thumbs are bleeding stumps of cartilage and bone after firing off 180,504 texts last month:

"By my count, to send 180,504 texts in a month, I would have to send just over four text messages every minute, for thirty days, without a break. and if I was charged for them, I would be paying over £21,000."

They're obviously all perverts, organising secret yankee doodle in laybys. That, or O2's Textotron 3000™ is banjaxed again.

TOPICS:   Mobile

8 comments

  • Matt
    O2 Fail.
  • Richard
    You missed the message saying: you also used 501mb of data and, due to our new data caps you were charged £21,000 for going over your 500mb limit.
  • Jonny S.
    They're so nice aren't they?
  • Rich S.
    Yay i know someone mentioned on the Internet!!! Stu Hill is a pimp that's why hes sends so many texts!!! Ps don't tell Mrs Hill!!!
  • Stu D.
    Thats it Rich i am removing your 50% discount! You can pay full price for your cough 'ladies' now
  • a m.
    over 4 texts a minute 24/7 for 1 month,i think not
  • Spangle B.
    Maybe they're those annoying idiots who decide that every single person in their contact list wants every single text they send!
  • SMS a.
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