O2 – Not all bad
Freetext ‘Autism’ to 50308 and, if you’re an O2 customer, they’ll donate 5% of your bill total to Irish Autism Action at least until the end of the year.
Irish Autism Action and O2 Affinity Plan
This year, O2 has come up with a new concept whereby members of Irish Autism Action, their families, their schools and their local communities can help make a difference to individuals affected by autism in their community by becoming a member of the IAA Affinity deal.
The Proposal:Help us be the voice for children who have none.
Just one text message can make a difference.
You can donate 5% of your O2 bill to Irish Autism Action.
All it takes is one text message. And since O2 makes the donation it won’t cost you a cent extra.
Your donation will go directly to the support and development of autism services in your community.
To show your support and help make a difference, freetext AUTISM to 50308.
More details below the fold.
If you are an O2 Personal Customer
Text the word ‘Autism’ to 50308 from 1st October to become a member of the IAA Affinity. You will receive a text message from O2, on behalf of Irish Autism Action confirming your decision to opt in.
If you are an O2 Business Customer
Text the word ‘Autism’ to 50308 and you will receive a text message from O2 which will instruct you to get the permission of the account owner/authorised contact in cooperation with the Account Manager.
If you are not currently an O2 customer
To be eligible to join this promotion, you must be an O2 customer. Join by texting the word ‘Autism’ to 50308 and you will be directed to visit your local O2 store, to organise switching to O2.
If you are a Business customer and are not currently an O2 customer
To be eligible to join this promotion, you must be an O2 customer. If you are a corporate or SME customer, text the word ‘Autism’ to 50308 and a member of our sales team will be in contact with you to enable you to move across to O2.
All monies raised in each county, will be returned to the county of the bill payer’s address and divided equally between all groups in that county.