My O2 for iPhone launched
16 September 2009 — 10:16 AM
Mobile recycling could be an economical way to pay for an Apple iPhone 3G S, but a new O2 application could also help save cash once it has been bought.
The free software download is available now from the handset manufacturer's online App Store and the network behind the option explained the reasons it may be useful.
Named My O2 for iPhone, it was advised the app is designed to make managing credit and bills simpler by allowing easy access to a screen where the account can be viewed.
This includes tariff details, inclusive allowance information, remaining extras balances, latest charges and any Bolt Ons that might have been added to the device.
"Our customers want to stay in control of how much they spend whenever they like. The My O2 iPhone app allows them to do this with the minimum of fuss," said Sally Cowdry, marketing director for the carrier.
The feature is available to both Pay & Go and Pay Monthly iPhone users and joins applications such as Slacker Radio, Textfree Unlimited, Bento, TweetDeck and Flight Tracker, among others.
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