O2 offers £20 Christmas gift to boost prepay sales

Written by: Samantha Tomaszczyk
O2 offers £20 Christmas gift to boost prepay sales

O2 is offering its prepay customers a £20 Christmas bonus when they buy selected prepay handsets this Christmas 

O2 are offering customers £20 vouchers for some of the leading high street retailers when they buy selected prepay handsets during the Christmas period.

The promotion applies to prepay handsets including the Samsung Galaxy Ace, BlackBerry Curve 9360 and 9320, Nokia’s Lumia 800 and the HTC’s Desire C in black and white.

The £20 voucher can be redeemed in retailers such as Next, Amazon, Debenhams, Marks & Spencer and Argos.

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