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NAT joins forces with O2 and Gaydar

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

‘All Together Now’ Initiative from O2 and Gaydar, provides vital support to NAT.

O2 has joined forces with Gaydar to raise money for NAT’s vital policy and campaigns work. Every person who signs up to the new O2 tariff benefits from a three month Gaydar membership upgrade, whilst NAT receives a £5 donation. 

Customers can choose from a great Pay Monthly phone from just £15 a month or award-winning O2 home broadband from just £8 a month.  Staying in touch has never been so easy with unlimited access via the web, mobile and iPhone app. Plus, with their three month Gaydar upgrade customers can join millions of men on Gaydar.co.uk – the world’s busiest gay social and dating site. 

HIV is an issue which continues to affect the UK’s gay community with more than 2,400 new diagnoses last year. Combined, it is hoped that the £5 donations from O2 will make a big difference to NAT’s work to improve HIV education and prevention in the UK and ensure people living with HIV are diagnosed early, treated with respect, dignity and justice. nbsp;

Deborah Jack, Chief Executive of NAT, says;

“We are thrilled to be working with O2 and Gaydar on this new initiative, and are excited about the benefits for both new subscribers and NAT. The support shown by Gaydar and O2 is very important to us and we are delighted that we can join forces to raise HIV awareness and vital funds for our policy and campaigns work in the gay community.”    

For more information on how to sign up to this initiative please visit: www.o2.co.uk/alltogethernow

Notes to the editor:

New ‘Altogether Now’ tariff subject to availability, credit, payment by Direct Debit and minimum term contract. BT line or O2 home phone required for broadband. Offer ends 31st October. Terms apply, see o2.co.uk

 
For further information please contact:

Juliet Whitley
NAT
020 7814 6767
press@nat.org.uk