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Children In Need Offers at DPC


With people across the UK participating in extreme and bizarre activities in order to raise money for Children In Need we are doing our part too, but in a slightly different manner.

OK, so we are not dunking ourselves in Baked Beans and we are not climbing any mountains however we are donating money via two special Children In Need Mobile Phone Packages which have been put together specifically to raise money.

We understand that whilst we would all love to donate money to such a great charity that it is not always convenient to source the amount you would like to.  We are taking that pressure away.  Purchase your new mobile phone and we will pay a donation for you - up to £100

How To Donate

Choose the Samsung Galaxy Y on a £29 Vodafone Tariff by clicking here.  When you click on the 'View Tariff's button there are two offers highlighted. One of these will trigger a £100 Donation to Children In Need from DPC whilst the second option will donate £50 to Children In Need from DPC for £50 whilst we will reward you for this generous deed by sending you £50 too!  You decide.

Alternatively, select the Sony Xperia Tipo.  This is also an excellent Android Mobile Phone and very easy to use.  The same two choices are available - either choose to donate £100 or donate £50 and take a £50 Donation Reward for yourself.

Both tariffs offer the same great value - Unlimited Calls, Unlimited Texts, 1GB of Mobile Data, A Free Android Smartphone and a healthy donation to Children In Need.


What Else Are We Doing

Tomorrow, staff at our Head Office in Great Yarmouth, will be dressing up to as fictional book characters and collecting sponsorship whilst they are being asked to bring in pocket money in order to buy their lunch.


About Children In Need

Since 1980, Children In Need has raised a staggering £650 million to help disadvantaged children and young people right here in the UK. 



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