O2 is a leading provider of mobile and broadband services to consumers and businesses in the UK. The O2 store has more than just innovative phone technology. You’ll get great, personalised advice and insight into the best mobiles, home broadband and data packages to suit you.
With a network that covers 99% of the British population, O2 is one of the UK’s leading communications companies with over 18.4 million mobile customers and over 130,000 broadband customers.
If you've having a problem with anything techy, our O2 Guru can help. Whether you're on O2 or not our technical support service is free for everyone. Just call the store to book your appointment.
Exclusive offers, tickets and more -Priority brings you the best offers and exclusive deals from UK high street and online brands available only for O2 customers. Download the app to find out more.
Use wifi to call, text and check your voicemail when you don't have a signal and get your calls and texts on your tablet or laptop when your phone's out of battery. Download the free app now to text, share media, and call anyone over wifi - they don't even need the app!
O2 Recycle is open to everyone, whatever your network. And it’s not just for phones. We also take MP3 players, tablets, cameras and other gadgets.O2 Recycle raises funds for Think Big, our initiative to help turn around the lives of young people. To date, O2 Recycle has raised over £3 million for Think Big helping us to positively impact the lives of over 750,000 young people
Think Big is our programme to challenge young people to make positive changes in their community. If they’ve got a great idea, we’ll help them get going. We’ll give them support, training and funding to make it work. To find out more visit www.o2.co.uk/thinkbig
When it comes to safety, children need us to be aware and involved in what’s going on - both online and offline. And that's why we’ve joined forces with the youth charity NSPCC. Our aim is to keep all kids safe online by helping UK parents and guardians to explore and see the internet as children do - a world that’s creative, fun and exciting - as well as understand the real dangers that exist online. To find out more visit www.o2.co.uk/thinkbig