O2 LAUNCHES NEW UNLIMITED DATA PACKAGES

O2 UK today announced that on 1 October 2007 it will launch three new unlimited data Bolt Ons for Pay Monthly and Pay & Go customers who want to make the most of internet services on their O2 phone. O2 Web Bolt On is available to Pay & Go and Pay Monthly customers for just £7.50 inc VAT per month. This unlimited Bolt On is for customers who only want to browse the internet and send emails and is subject to a fair usage policy which operates above 200MB usage per month, or approx 1,400 internet pages per month. For pay monthly customers who want to connect their handset to a PC or use a data card, O2 launches O2 Web Max for just £30 per month inc VAT. This unlimited offering is subject to a fair usage policy which operates above 3 GB usage per month. O2 customers who prefer to browse the web while their email is pushed to their handset via the BlackBerry™ service will want Unlimited BlackBerry. For a fixed cost of £10 inc VAT per month, customers get unlimited access to the internet on BlackBerry, with a fair usage policy which operates above 200 MB. Sally Cowdry, Director of Marketing said: “O2 has a whole range of devices which provide a great mobile internet experience such as the Xda Orbit, BlackBerry and, of course, the Apple iPhone – and now we are offering unlimited Bolt Ons to help our customers do what they want without worrying about the bill.” O2 Web Bolt On and O2 Web Max are also available for corporate customers and will be charged excluding VAT[1]. Corporate customers also benefit from 30 minutes of WLAN included in the Web Max package.
[1] Corporate customers can take advantage of the new tariffs if they set up a new data only connection or renew an existing data or voice connection (subject to compatibility). All corporate customers should see their account manager for further information.