Sell old mobile and sign up to O2 for price transparency
10 June 2010 — 6:58 PM
Consumers who sell an old mobile phone and put the cash towards a contract with O2 will benefit from a new and transparent pricing structure.
The telecommunications provider has responded to the market's demand for clear tariffs by releasing a new table of charges for data usage.
"With the wide range of internet-based services now available on mobile devices we're providing customers with generous clear data bundles that give customers freedom," explains O2's chief executive officer Ronan Dunne.
It is thought that some 97 per cent of current customers will not require additional top-ups to their contracted allowance of data.
This could be good news for those who choose to sell an old mobile and move to O2, as they are likely to know exactly what their outgoings will be each month.
Earlier this month, O2 launched a flat-rate deal for mobile users who want to surf the web on their smartphone.
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