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O2 Launches New Flexible Tariffs for Postpaid Customers to Adjust Bills Every Month

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O2 has introduced a new tariff, ‘Generation Flex’ that gives postpaid customers the option to change their prices every 30 days through the MyO2 app, 

in store or over the phone, depending on their needs.

Available from 27th October, the new tariffs that will allow customers to move their bills up or down each month, said the Operator. The freedom to adjust how much data they expect to use means customers now have even greater flexibility and control over their monthly bills.

Customers on flexible tariffs who want 50GB of data one month can do so on a £41 tariff, then switch to pay only £19 a month if they want to decrease their data allowance.

The launch strengthens O2’s position as the UK’s fair tariff pioneer, having also launched O2 Refresh in 2013 ensuring customers don’t continue to pay for a phone they already own, unlike other major UK network operators.

With inflation at a five year high, customers who are worried about the cost of living now have another easy way to change their outgoings according to their needs, said O2.

Mark Evans, CEO, O2
Generation Flex expect more from their services and we believe mobile contracts should be no different. In 2013 O2 transformed the way consumers could purchase the latest mobile phones with the launch of O2 Refresh. With O2 Refresh customers don’t have to pay for a phone they already own, unlike customers of other networks. 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

For tips and feedback, email Ray at ray.sharma(at)thefastmode.com, or reach him on LinkedIn, Facebook 

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