Don't Upgrade Your Phone. O2 Will Reward You.

Posted: Apr 25 2007, 12:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:37am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

Don't upgrade your phone.  O2 will reward you.
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Do you want a reward for not upgrading your phone every 6 months? In a move to attract consumers, as well as to be more eco-friendly, O2 will give customers a £95 credit if they keep their old phone after renewing their contract.

I know a couple people who have 10-year-old black and white phones who would love this kind of offer. By the way, the reward also includes a £10 donation in your name to O2's Energy Saver Fund.According to O2, if everyone in the UK held back on upgrading their phone for a year, the impact on the environment would be the same as getting rid of 187,000 cars.

If you want to help the environment but still need that new 3G handset, don't worry. O2 also announced it will donate £5 to the Energy Saver Fund for every new customer who signs up for its service.

Via Pocket Lint

By Eric Raby

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