EE is continuing to offer unlimited data to NHS workers until 31st January 2021, as local lockdowns increase and Covid-19 pressures remain. The offer, originally due to end on 9th October 2020, has now been extended for EE customers into the New Year.
Since launching on 9th April 2020, the offer has been taken up by over 270,000 NHS staff benefitting from unlimited data on the UK’s biggest network. The extended scheme can be worth up to £250 to each member of NHS staff who signed up in April.
The unlimited data offer is still open for new registrations online with a valid NHS email address – it’s also open for those staff already receiving discounts on their monthly mobile plans from EE.
EE and BT are committed to supporting the NHS and have donated technology to hospitals, doctors and nurses and connected the NHS Nightingale Hospital in London.
Marc Allera, CEO of BT’s Consumer Division, said: “We want to show our continued support to NHS staff as pressures of Covid-19 remain. Extending our unlimited data offer will help NHS workers as they can easily keep in touch with friends and family, without worrying about their data. Along with the 20% discount we already provide, this is a thank you for NHS staff who work so hard to look after us all.”
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