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Telecommunications Service 02 Announces Compensation Package

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After facing massive customer backlash for its data outage, O2 has now apologised and announced that customers will get up to two days credit in compensation.

O2, has confirmed the details of a compensation package that will be offered to customer affected by a network outage on Thursday.

Many customers were also unable to make or receive telephone calls. “We’re very sorry about yesterday’s data issue,” an O2 spokesperson said. “We understand how important it is to stay connected, especially at this time of year.”

The O2 Compensation Package – Pay-as-you-go and Pay-monthly customers will be offered free call time.

– Pay-monthly customers will be given two free days on their contract.

– Pay as you go customers on O2’s mobile broadband will also be given a 10 per cent discount on a Bolt On purchase in 2019.

– Pay-as-you-go customers will be given a free 10 per cent off their credit.

– Pay monthly, business customers and those buying O2’s mobile broadband will be credited with two days of monthly airtime subscription charges, the company said.

– Pay-as-you-go customers will be given a 10 per cent credit on a top up in the new year. They will be informed about when that is available.

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