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The new Coleraine O2 store is yours to explore

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With 2 weeks to go before the Coleraine store reopens, we just had to tell you what’s coming up.

O2 have treated their store to a refurb and can’t wait for you to visit. Doors will reopen on 24th May 2019 at 10am, so you can be first to meet the team and discover what’s new. There’ll be treats, too.

Want to find out more about O2 products or plans? O2 Gurus will be on hand to show you all the best deals. They can also teach you how to be smarter with your smartphone, with tips on everything from taking portraits to downloading apps that’ll make your life easier.

Plans can change – luckily, O2 plans can to. Have you heard about their custom plans? They give you total flexibility by putting you in control. Set your contract length from just three months to three years. Choose how much you pay upfront for your phone. And whatever your appetite for data, you can flex your allowance up or down every month.

And there are even more perks to being an O2 customer. Priority Tickets allows you to buy tickets for thousands of gigs at venues up and down the country, at least 48 hours before they go on general sale. Plus, there are savings on everything from yoga classes, to holidays, to online fashion.

O2 like to keep you up-to-date with what’s going on. That’s why they’ve created a Facebook page especially for the Coleraine store here. It’s a great way for you to let them know how they are doing, too.

Be sure to bring this article along with you on 24th May as a print-out, photo or screenshot. That way, you can get 20% off accessories by quoting COL0519.

See you there.

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