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O2’s specialist partially sighted advice Mark Skelton from Keighley’s O2 store had sold thousands of phones before losing most of his sight to diabetic complications. Though initially concerned about being able to continue working at the company, with the help of O2 HQ, Mark is now helping to teach both partially sighted customers and colleagues in other stores about the role phones can play in aiding those with sight problems. Mr Skelton’s in-store colleagues are also raising money for guide dogs through events running throughout the year, and the O2 franchise – Talk Direct aims to raise £5,000 to sponsor a puppy. Vodafone Chester fights cancer Vodafone Chester store staff chose Macmillan Cancer Support for their Vodafone Community Connection Award, gaining the charity £1,000. Assistant store manager Sarah Killen told the Chester Chronicle: “We’re staggered by the number of people affected by cancer in Cheshire and Merseyside. We’re so pleased we are able to help Macmillan to continue their good work.” A “Gaint” mistake Stafford has a new phone shop and it’s the talk of the town… Why? There’s a bit of a spelling snafu on the shop name which reads “Phone Gaint” as opposed to “Phone Giant”. Nearby restaurant & hotel the Swan shared an image of the temporary sign, which received 100 likes. Here’s hoping all publicity is good publicity! www.isellmobile.co.uk 15 GOOD NEWS Thanks for your submissions! Send all your good news to editorial@isellmobile.co.uk


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