Mobile network O2 is offering customers what it claims to be “one of the UK’s best value” cloud storage services which will let them “securely store and access their entire digital life.”
From today customers who top up with £10 will receive 250 minutes rather than 100, 500MB of 4G data instead of 3G data, and 1000 SMS while those spending £15 will get 750 minutes, 550 more minutes than before, as well as 2000 SMS and 1GB of 4G data.
O2 has released a new browser-based version of its its popular TU Go calling and messaging app, allowing PC and Mac users to stay in touch from their computers without downloading any new software.
Competition in the UK mobile sector could be dramatically reduced after Hutchison Whampoa, owner of Three confirmed plans to buy O2 from Spain’s Telefónica.
The ISP and pay-TV giant is expected to launch a new consumer mobile service in the coming months, allowing it to offer ‘quad play’ packages of TV, home phone, broadband and mobile.