Go On & On with our best ever tariff

11237-a11-XL-Plasma-#C21E87Many of the things in life that go on & on are things we’d prefer not to – housework, the crowded commute, the mother-in-law.

Today, we’re bucking that trend by launching our best ever Pay Monthly Tariff – On & On. It’ll let our customers use their phone much more and pay much less.

For just £26 month when keeping your current phone, or £36 a month with a new phone, you’ll be able to:

  • Talk On & On with unlimited UK mobile & landline calls
  • Text On & On with unlimited UK texts
  • Tweet, poke and email On & On with 1GB of data which includes tethering as standard.

Even better, you won’t need to worry about additional charges for using data – As with all our Pay Monthly tariffs, we’ll send you text updates on how much you’re using and, if you use all your 1GB allowance, we’ll just slow down your speed instead of charging you extra. If you think you’ll need more than 1GB a month, with On & On you can simply double it up to 2GB for an extra £5.

And the good news just goes On & On – we’re making new phones more affordable, too. You can choose to pay a little more each month for your On & On tariff, to get the phone you want for less. Here’s an example: You fancy an iPhone 4S 16GB. With On & On, you can get one for £59.99 (usually £99.99) for £36 a month, £19.99 (usually £49.99) for £41 a month, or you can pick one up for free if you choose the £46 a month On & On tariff.

Once you’ve chosen your On & On tariff, you’re free to personalise it even more, tailoring it to your needs with Bolt Ons like phone insurance, international calling discounts and picture messaging bundles. Once all that’s done, all you’ll need to think about is which gigs to book with O2 Priority Tickets, or what Priority Moments discount to use next.

On & On is available from today – Friday 30 March. To get in on the action, visit an O2 store or head over to our online shop. You can get On & On if you’re a new or upgrading customer, so tell your friends and family, too.

Maybe not the mother-in-law.