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October 31, 2013

O2 to launch Pay and Go 4G bundle in November

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O2 launches 4G tariff on Pay & Go – available in stores and online from today – with Mobile Broadband launching in November

4G Pay & Go Go Go is the only 4G tariff that gives customers more benefits the longer they stay on it

O2 today announces the launch of its new 4G tariff for Pay & Go customers, bringing the cost of 4G on O2 down to just £15 a month. For that you get 75 minutes of talk time, 500 texts and 500MB. But stay with O2 and pay regularly and there are boosts to get along the way. After three months, your package will double, giving you 150 minutes, 1,000 texts and 1GB of 4G data for the same £15. After six months, you will get unlimited inclusive texts.

Following the launch of its 4G network just two months ago, O2 has introduced new tariffs to make it even easier for customers to get their hands on 4G. The brand new 4G Pay & Go Go Go tariff offers even more choice and flexibility for customers.

Phil Maple, General Manager of Consumer Marketing at O2 said:.

“This is a really important time for 4G in the UK. Increasingly our customers are telling us that they want choice and flexibility when choosing a tariff, and that’s why we’ve introduced 4G on Pay & Go. Pay & Go Go Go is the only 4G tariff that gets better over time, and it gives our customers an even more flexible and affordable way of getting their hands on this technology.

Two months ago we launched 4G for Pay Monthly customers with O2 Refresh. Now we’re bringing glorious 4G to Pay & Go and Mobile Broadband meaning even more people can get can get their hands on brilliant entertainment on the move, whether it’s on their phone, tablet or laptop.”

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