Free Power Bank 2600mah from EE for ALL customers TEXT ‘POWER’ to 365 to receive a unique code (Starts 16th April)
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Free Power Bank 2600mah from EE for ALL customers TEXT ‘POWER’ to 365 to receive a unique code (Starts 16th April)

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Found 2nd Apr 2015
EE is giving away a Power Bar battery pack to those signed up to its network INCLUDING PAY AS YOU GO!

And, not only will it be giving away the portable charging bars, but it'll also be offering unlimited recharges of power too. If you use up a Power Bar but still need more, you'll be able to walk into an EE shop and have the used-up battery pack swapped out for one that's already been fully charged.

The EE Power scheme and EE Power Bars will be available to all EE Customers that are signed up to a 30 day, 12, 18 or 24 month plan, including both mobile or fixed line and broadband services. Pay as You Go customers can also make use of the service, though they'll have to have been with EE for three consecutive months first. Non-EE customers can also get in on the scheme, but will need to pay a £20 fee.

Power bar also has built in LED torch. Text to claim code for free power bar costs 35p

All eligible* customers, including small business and corporate customers, can get their free EE Power Bar when the promotion launches in the coming weeks by texting ‘POWER’ to 365 to receive a promotional code. Texts cost 35p and customers can collect their free EE Power Bar by redeeming this code at any EE store across the UK.
- mjunaid106

What day is it? Oh yeah, the 16th - EE don't realise - rejected my texts twice now - still saying to come back on the 16th!!!
- jnm21

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NOTE : This is NOT FREE..... ...your hiring it ....and they reserve the right to take £5 from you if you don't return it after the contract ends !!!
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- Mecoconuts

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Hire Agreement (T&C's) for it : (copy and paste this link)

ee.co.uk/con…pdf
- Mecoconuts

SURELY EXPIRED BY NOW

WISH I COULD TAKE BACK VOTE AND MY 35p
- steve543

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How do you get a code? What number and message do I need

Thanks how shall I get one I'm on Virgin

Can't see it, do you have a direct link?

elkay

Original Poster

mozovdarlo

How do you get a code? What number and message do I need


http://www.engadget.com/2015/04/01/ee-power-bar/

more info to follow

Original Poster

elkay

Can't see it, do you have a direct link?elkay


see my previous post - info should be rolling out very shortly but it is definitely happening and it is pretty awesome

From launch, customers will be able to pick up a free EE Power Bar (pictured) in any EE store by texting ‘POWER’ to 365 to receive a unique code.

sunilm

see my previous post - info should be rolling out very shortly but it is … see my previous post - info should be rolling out very shortly but it is definitely happening and it is pretty awesome


Sounds good, especially the swap for flat banks. Thanks.
elkay

It seems you have to text power to 365 and redeem in store when the code comes through. I am still waiting on code.

Is this for EE customers only or also Orange and T-mobile which are part of the EE group (I mean to get for free not to pay £20).

Also how much does a 365 text cost?

35p

sunilm

http://www.engadget.com/2015/04/01/ee-power-bar/more info to follow



Hi. I have EE fixed line i.e. landline, but not EE mobile. How do I get the code?

how do you do it if you have EE homebroadband?
Im not sure how to text POWER on my home phone?
Any help

I'm waiting for my code too

cheers Op. you can't beat free......

Orange Wednesdays was available to landline customers via their website or an app. Guess this will be too.

I have an Orange/EE phone on a very old tariff - same reates as PAYG but they take the money by direct debit. Never use it (I kept it for Orange Wednesdays), but hoping this will be elligible for it.

Nice one for free if on EE. Have some heat X)

awaiting for someone to help with ee landline codes

So you cannot charge these yourself? I wonder what the catch is?

clnsndrs

So you cannot charge these yourself? I wonder what the catch is?


yes you can but if your not bothered and is out and about you can swap it for a charged one in EE store

Thanks OP HOT!

Free charges forever then, should keep the electric down haha well until BT shelf it LOL

clnsndrs

So you cannot charge these yourself? I wonder what the catch is?



They charge via universal cable to PC or specific USB wall plugs.

seaniboy

Thanks OP HOT!Free charges forever then, should keep the electric down … Thanks OP HOT!Free charges forever then, should keep the electric down haha well until BT shelf it LOL

Its 2600mah. You'll use more in shoe leather than electricity...

clnsndrs

So you cannot charge these yourself? I wonder what the catch is?


yes its micro usb, or change it at a store for a fully charged one, simples

The catch ? the cheapest advertising Orange/Ome2One/T-Mobile and joint EE have ever had... Cyan/Yellow EE logo branded chargers going round in their millions.

tankz15

yes you can but if your not bothered and is out and about you can swap it … yes you can but if your not bothered and is out and about you can swap it for a charged one in EE store



Awesome hope this catches on with other providers.

brookysm

Its 2600mah. You'll use more in shoe leather than electricity...




Yeah but I spent a lot more in electricity than footwear even with lower VAT. Anyone who works near a EE store exchange a dead one on your first break at work then again at 5pm when you leave

The utility companies are bound to take a hit haha.


35p well spent

seaniboy

Yeah but I spent a lot more in electricity than footwear even with lower … Yeah but I spent a lot more in electricity than footwear even with lower VAT. Anyone who works near a EE store exchange a dead one on your first break at work then again at 5pm when you leave :DThe utility companies are bound to take a hit haha.35p well spent

Good luck with your plan, having seen EE trying to do the same thing at Glasto for 2 years I hope you don't mind getting home late every day, very late...

2600mah is going to change your average flagship smartphone somewhere between 50-75% factoring losses in charging - good for emergency use but not something I'd rely on to use a smartphone heavily for a day.

Has anyone got the code sent to them when texting "power" to 365? Still waiting for my

Thanks .

Still not got mine I am on Orange

still waiting for a code after more than 65 minutes

Still waiting on code

brookysm

Good luck with your plan, having seen EE trying to do the same thing at … Good luck with your plan, having seen EE trying to do the same thing at Glasto for 2 years I hope you don't mind getting home late every day, very late...2600mah is going to change your average flagship smartphone somewhere between 50-75% factoring losses in charging - good for emergency use but not something I'd rely on to use a smartphone heavily for a day.



Agreed. I'd be lucky get 50% change out if a battery so small. When you x factor in the queue often being 40 minutes long in the EE shop... well...

Although I suppose there is nothing stopping you having multiples of these if you have more than one SIM. Then you could trade them all over at once. Maybe?

i want one

And the catch is... Im sure those who have texted will no doubt find out soon enough

Shall I text or not let us know it works after receiving the codes keep us updated thanks

Watching this one with interest

What's the catch?

Well there is none

Of course there is with EE I mean there is nothing free with EE I think they will be making the money through the 35p texts millions and millions will be texting them that's one way right

If it was free then why didn't they just get customers to fill in a form with their details then they could've send the EE POWER home or maybe that's too many homes that will cost them maybe collect from store then I give what is the catch you ask

Thank you! hopefully get code soon

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19DembaBa19

What's the catch?Well there is none Of course there is with EE I mean … What's the catch?Well there is none Of course there is with EE I mean there is nothing free with EE I think they will be making the money through the 35p texts millions and millions will be texting them that's one way right If it was free then why didn't they just get customers to fill in a form with their details then they could've send the EE POWER home or maybe that's too many homes that will cost them maybe collect from store then I give what is the catch you ask



And....take a breath.
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