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Surf in Style
Spruce up your laptop with this season’s must-have accessory, a limited edition polka dot mobile broadband modem designed exclusively for O2 by fashion designer Henry Holland under his House of Holland label.
The House of Holland-designed skin will be included for free with O2 Mobile Broadband Pay & Go from 27 February for a limited time only.
Checking your email or surfing the web on the go has never been more fashionable than with the House of Holland mobile broadband, featuring one of the hottest trends for 2009 – polka dots.
“Henry Holland is one of the most exciting designers in London and the perfect partner to help us add some style to our mobile broadband offering. Our customers have been telling us that they continually crave individuality and this delivers stand-out, personalisation and a bit of fun” said Peter Rampling, O2’s Marketing Director.
Henry Holland continues: “I’m really pleased to have been asked to design this for O2. It’s a fun project and something great to give to all my friends and something I know they all need!”
The exclusive House of Holland O2 Mobile Broadband Pay & Go will be available from 27 February 2009 at O2 stores and from the O2 online shop at www.O2.co.uk.
O2 Mobile Broadband Pay & Go Details
O2 Mobile Broadband Pay & Go offers a fast and easy way to access the internet at home and on the move. With fast speeds and free access to over 5,000 Wi-Fi hotspots across the UK, customers can go online from just £2 per day. There is no minimum term contract, the cheapest modem on the high street (£29.35) and comes with a 50-day Happiness Guarantee — we are so certain that customers will love mobile broadband on O2 but if they don’t, they can simply return it with no questions asked within 50 days after purchase and get the price of the modem refunded.
Customers can select from a bundle ranging from just £2 a day for 500MB, £7.50 each week for 1GB or £15 a month for 3GB depending on their needs, all with unlimited access to Wi-Fi.