O2 incentives may tempt users to sell mobile phones
Once consumers learn of the deals on offer from O2, many may be tempted to sell mobile phones and sign up for a model from the operator.
That is because the company has confirmed the launch of its Priority Moments scheme, which will offer customers the chance to take advantage of great offers from the high street simply by using their mobile.
O2 has teamed up with brands such as Harvey Nichols, WH Smith, Odeon and Zizzi and will provide users with in excess of 40 deals.
Should all the incentives be taken up, the network's 22 million customers have the potential to save approximately £105 each month.
Sally Cowdry, marketing and consumer director at the firm, said: "O2 is a trusted brand and through Priority Moments we have established long-term partnerships with well loved and respected brands that people want to engage with regularly."
Among the models people could sign up to use Priority Moments on is the Nokia N8, which Nokia Conversations writer Jason recently named as his favourite phone of all time.
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