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We are delighted to announce our new partnership with The People’s Operator www.thepeoplesoperator.com
The People’s Operator is the new mobile network that gives you top deals, great coverage and shares 25% of its profits with good causes. All you have to do is switch network.
If you are interested. You can get a free SIM card at www.thepeoplesoperator.com.
25% of The People's Operator (TPO) annual profits go to the TPO Foundation, to support charities, community groups and organisations doing great things across the UK.
Not only that, but you can direct The People’s Operator to give a further 10% of your monthly bill to a cause of your choice, at absolutely no extra expense to you.
While you’re at it, you get to enjoy TPO’s affordable rates and top mobile deals, like free TPO-to-TPO calls and texts. So it’s now easier than ever to help causes that are close to your heart, at absolutely no extra cost. TPO does all the work for you.
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