Analyzing Mobile Content “ActiveYou Amazon Voucher”

December 8, 2016 | By lsams528 | Filed in: Promoting Mobile Offer, Uncategorized.

This is a web based mobile content offer.This email submit offers allows all UK web traffic. This is a great offer for new marketers. Their’s plenty of room for growth. I would suggest a landing page with about 4 split test. There several large carriers in the UK and multiple ISP. Narrowing down your targeting and selecting a single operator is strongly suggested. Unlike most offers posted on the blog this offer accepts desktop traffic. Searching around for the cheapest device is also a great way to get ahead.




UK Mobile Networks

  • O2. O2 offers long-running customer reward schemes and money-off offers, as well as competitive tariffs. …
  • EE. EE’s network coverage is the most extensive in the UK, with 4G speeds up to five times faster than 3G. …
  • Three Mobile. … ( Great For Mobile Content)
  • Vodafone. … ( Great For Mobile Content)
  • Mobile by Sainsbury’s. …
  • Virgin Media. …
  • giffgaff. …
  • Tesco Mobile.

UK Broadband Providers

  • BT Group: BT Group operates the BT Total Broadband brand and had 4.6 million accounts in January 2009.[1] The company also offers wholesale broadband to other ISPs through the Openreach brand. It also operates under the Plusnet brand. Plusnet was founded in 1997. Plusnet won the Internet Service Providers Association(ISPA) “Best Consumer ISP” award in 2008. Plusnet has also been ranked number one in a 2008 survey by Broadband Choices, a broadband website in the UK.
  • EE: Operates home broadband under the EE brand, previously operated as Orange Broadband.
  • Origin Broadband: Operates a large LLU network within South Yorkshire. Offers ADSL, FTTC and leased line connectivity to residential, business and third sector organisations nationally.
  • The Co-operative Phone & Broadband is the only UK telecommunications provider which is owned and controlled by its customers, who also share in its profits. Launched in 1998, the business provides residential and business broadband as well as internet hosting and mobile telephony services.[3]
  • Sky Broadband: a digital TV provider that also provides broadband and home phone services. Launched in 2006, it has its headquarters in London, UK. It offers bundle services with TV, home phone and broadband services. It won uSwitch’s “Best Overall Customer Satisfaction” award in 2009.[4] It has operated the Be Unlimited brand since February 2013. In 2013 it acquired O2’s home broadband business.[6]
  • TalkTalk: TalkTalk offers broadband service to consumers in the UK. Launched in 2004, the ISP had a customer base of 4.12 million in December 2009.[7] The ISP offers broadband and landline phone services, primarily through LLU. TalkTalk also operates the AOL Broadband brand.
  • Updata: Updata Infrastructure UK is a broadband provider focusing on public sector markets with a customer base covering schools, local authorities and primary care trusts.
  • Normanton Telecoms: offers consumers bundles of broadband and home phone services. Normanton Telecoms claim to be the first service provider to supply Naked DSL within the UK.
  • Virgin Media: offers consumers a quadruple play bundle of TV, broadband, home phone and mobile. Virgin Media won Top 10 Broadband’s “Best Broadband Bundle” award in August 2008 and MacUser magazine’s “ISP of the Year” award for November 2008. In April 2009 the company receiving the Gold Award for download performance from the Broadband Choices Customer Satisfaction Survey.The UK ISP claims to have around 10 million customers. The company also provides fibre optic (DOCSIS) broadband of up to 152Mb


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