O2 offers iPhone users chance to save
10 November 2009 — 10:05 AM
Those recycling mobile phones to pay for an Apple iPhone may already know about saving money.
But a new offer has been launched by O2 that could see users of the touchscreen device save even more when they want to make the most of the device's internet connectivity.
The network said its new iPhone Total Connectivity Bolt On will mean consumers will be able to sign up to its standard Home Broadband package completely free when they adopt the £9.79 additional tethering service.
Peter Rampling, head of consumer mobile at O2, said the option was "a brilliant deal" that offered a connectivity solution that "means our customers will always be connected, at home and on the move.
To celebrate the two-year anniversary of the second-generation Apple iPhone 3G S, O2 recently published some facts and figures relating to the smartphone - such as the fact that it is now the fastest-selling of its kind on the network in the UK.
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