Today until Monday 8th July, Carphone Warehouse is rewarding customers who pop in-store to find out how much they can save if they switched mobile phone contracts.
Any customer who visits a store and is taken through their contract optionswith an expert colleague will receive a £10 voucher redeemable at Currys PC World whether or not they decide to make the switch*. Colleagues will help customers navigate through the sea of deals available via a handy Pin Point tool to find the best deal for them and show how much they could save if they switched contracts.
The promotion is part of Carphone Warehouse’s ‘Pull a Switcheroo’ campaign that celebrates the new Ofcom legislation enabling mobile phone users to switch mobile network providers more easily, by simply texting their network to receive their PAC** (85075) or STAC (75075) code instantly. Carphone Warehouse customers can save an average £228*** over the course of a two year contract if they switch, so the UK’s largest independent mobile retailer is calling on consumers to pop in-store to see how much they could save and receive a £10 voucher, whether they switch or not.
* Eligible to customers who complete a Pin Point sales journey instore. Customers must provide contact details to receive voucher. SMS voucher code will be delivered within 72 hours of completed journey. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount codes. One voucher per customer. Carphone Warehouse reserves the right to terminate this promotion without notice. Voucher code redeemable in Currys PC World between 19th July and 13th August. Great Britain only, customers must be 18 and over.
** The code allowing people to keep their mobile phone number when switching providers. Customers can text, call or go online.
*** Average saving is based on customers that purchased a new contract between 27th January 2019 and 27th April 2019. Carphone Warehouse was cheaper for 98.4% of customers who were directly contacted to compare the total cost of ownership of the deal purchased from Carphone Warehouse vs. the networks’ (Vodafone, O2 or EE) prices, on identical tariffs. Comparing sample of 21,987 completed post pay transactions. Total cost of ownership is calculated by monthly cost x 24 + upfront cost - any cashback.