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New UK mobile operator donates 10% of your bill and 25% of profits to charity

Qedward (2499046) writes | about a year and a half ago

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Qedward (2499046) writes "A new mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) has launched in the UK that allows customers to donate a portion of their phone bill to an organisation or charity of their choice.

The People's Operator (TPO) operates in the same way as any other mobile network, offering a variety of call, text and data packages. However, 10% of customers' call, text and data spend will be directed to a good cause.

TPO claims that the service gives customers the opportunity to support their favourite causes and receive updates on how their money is being spent, while businesses can fulfil their corporate social responsibility (CSR) commitments.

The company will also donate 25 percent of its own profits to charities, community groups and other good causes, such as the NSPCC, the Trussell Trust, ChildLine, Islington Giving, Regenerate, and Claxton House."

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