Those signing up to a 4G consumer tariff with 5GB or 8GB of monthly data will receive free access to the tabloid newspaper’s Sun+ service, which normally costs £8 a month
O2 partnered with The Sun to give every new and upgrading customers signing up to a 5GB or 8GB 4G consumer tariff access to its Sun+ service.
Sun+ usually costs £8 a month. It includes Sun+ Goals, which enables people to watch every goal scored and highlights from the Barclays Premier League, FA Cup, Scottish Premier League and Rangers matches before the football round-up programmes have started. It will be available on up to five Android or iOS devices per customer.
Customers signing up to a Refresh tariff with 5GB of data for £22 a month will receive six months inclusive access to Sun+ Goals, while those opting for the tariff with 8GB of data for £27 a month will receive 12 months access.
In addition to Sun+ Goals, they will also gain access to The Sun’s website, as well as its mobile and tablet applications.
O2 said this latest offering builds on its promise to provide customers with more digital experiences and joins a number of 4G services currently available to customers, including O2 Tracks, exclusive Priority Sports content and a range of games from Gameloft that can be played over 4G without any data charges.