Not really news as such, just more of a celebration... But The O2 turns
15 years old today! First, a brief history lesson. Originally called the
Millennium Dome, the building housed a major exhibition celebrating the
beginning of the third millennium...
Hey everyone,You may have seen already, or you may not have, but if
you're a Love Island fan then we've got some great news. We're the
official network partner of ITV Love Island and our new O2 integrated
campaign sees friendly and loveable brand mas...
I'm sure there's a pun or two going to be scattered throughout this
post, but we've got something exciting to say about Nothing. So without
further ado, let's get right into Nothing. Nothing is a consumer tech
company and today they have confirmed th...
If you’re an O2 and Virgin Media broadband customer, you can get Volt
benefits at no extra cost. Because Volt brings together the best of O2
and Virgin Media, that’s where this Volt board also comes in handy – we
can highlight some of Virgin Media’s ...
We’ve always been passionate about putting the customer at the heart of
everything we do. And we continue to invest in a brighter future for our
customers. We’re currently updating our systems so that we can be even
more innovative, efficient and str...
@bobblue wrote: The O2 Volt FAQ confirms that if one leaves Virgin
Media, the Virgin Volt benefits are clearly lost but the increased O2
data allowance is retained (as shown below). It just doesn't state what
happens to the Travel Inclusive Zone Volt...
Bold. Warm. Full of soul. A return to instinct. This is phone (1). Tune
in on 12 July to hear all about it: http://nothing.tech/pages/event
Original tweet: https://twitter.com/nothing/status/1536936722575118337
@Poppysmum wrote: Are you a fan @Chris_K ? I'll be honest... I don't
watch it, but that's less about the show and more just the fact I don't
watch any live TV outside of Formula 1. Got nothing against Love Island
- it's entertainment the same as any ...
@mikewmartin wrote: Can the O2 rep on here confirm (or deny) that O2’s
Travel Inclusive is still capped at 500K bits/sec when roaming outside
O2’s Europe Zone. For example when roaming in the USA. If so that means
O2 customers get heavily restricted ...