An Post staff and delivery drivers across the country are busy bringing Irish consumers’ online shopping to their doors. From Black Friday follies to well-researched list items, there’s a lot of unboxing this week as online orders reach their destination. Hope most deliveries are as expected. But, if something is wrong, don’t delay – time is running out when it comes to fixing the issues.
Most of us realize that when we shop online we have the same consumer law protections as when we buy in a store. If there is any problem, the seller is obligated to engage with you to resolve it to your satisfaction. In fact, under European law purchasing online is considered a distance contract and therefore you benefit from additional protections.
University students looking for budget mobile deals can currently take advantage of an exclusive 48 offer just for them.
The mobile network currently offers all customers a prepaid SIM-only plan that includes 100 GB of data, all calls and all SMS for â¬ 10.99 per month.
There are no connection fees and customers do not have to commit to any contract. If you want to check data rates, 48 ââalso lets you try their SIM card before you buy.
48 also offers a number of data options for their customers, including the ability to redeem unused minutes for additional data, continue on excess data, and borrow up to 1GB against their monthly allowance. next.
To sweeten the deal further, if a student signs up with their university’s email address and changes their number to 48 by December 17, they’ll receive a $ 20 Uber Eats voucher as a bonus.
Learn more and register on 48.ie.