O2 Evernote deal

As part of a promotion beginning today, O2 customers in the UK can claim a year's free Evernote Premium, thanks to a deal between the British mobile operator and the note-syncing service. Evernote's Premium service, which otherwise costs £4 per month or £35 per year, gives users users additional features like increased storage capacity, offline notebooks, new searching tools and collaborative editing.

To claim their free year of Evernote Premium, O2 subscribers just need to enter their number in the form on evernote.o2.co.uk. The promotion runs until Oct. 24, 2014 and can be claimed by O2 Pay Monthly, Pay & Go and data-only SIM customers.

Source: O2; More: evernote.o2.co.uk

There are 5 comments

snowdroid83 says:

Awesome, activated instantly as well

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Kvoth says:

Starhub also has this promotion in Singapore.

jpow112 says:

Nice one, already have an account so activated the reward, and added a years worth of points.

icebike says:

I use evernote for gobs of stuff, but I don't have enough stored in it to justify a Premium account in my mind. (I'm no where near the free storage limit).

Still I'd love to throw some money their way, but their basic plan is two expensive by half. (Its $5/yr in the US.)

With Google and Microsoft, and Dropbox, and Box and Yandex throwing storage at me by the gigabyte, Evernote is simply too expensive.

Sizzers says:

Yaay!....Cheers for the heads up!