The People’s Operator (TPO) – a new mobile phone telecommunications network which reportedly went live today – will provide 25 per cent of its profits to charities.
Through the TPO Foundation, organisations like the NSPCC and Childline will benefit every time a user tops up.
The ethical network also claims that its customers will benefit from “some of the best mobile rates and great UK coverage”.
TPO users will be able to communicate with each other by call or text message for free, meaning there’s no excuse not to keep in touch.
Otherwise, a standard SMS costs just 7.5 pence and a call costs 12.5 pence per minute in the UK.
Those who want to support this company can order a SIM card by completing the online application form.
Standard and micro SIMS can be provided, so people with unlocked modern smartphones can benefit from the pay-as-you-go service.
Devices like the Apple iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy S3 utilise the more compact cards.
Posted by Claire Marshall