48 takes word-of-mouth to the next level with Buyapowa

48 Ireland chooses Buyapowa to power their refer-a-friend

It’s our great pleasure to announce the launch of the Irish mobile network 48’s enhanced recruit and reward programme – powered by Buyapowa.

48 launched back in 2012 as Ireland’s first youth focused, truly digital mobile brand and revamped itself in 2020 bringing new plans to the market that challenged the conventional wisdom of the market. While their coverage – underpinned by the powerhouse network Three – is second-to-none, their perk-filled plans quickly won a special place in the hearts of young mobile customers across Ireland. 

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X-cellent news from Vodafone and Buyapowa

Vodafone X refer a friend
 

We’re delighted to announce the launch of Vodafone X’s brand new refer-a-friend programme, powered by Buyapowa.

Vodafone X has been offering young people in Ireland an incredible package of perks ever since its launch in 2017. Now, in addition to unlimited data and weekend calls, plus unique access to free online courses and creative studio spaces, Vodafone X customers and their friends will each receive a €20 Amazon voucher every time those friends activate and maintain a new account.

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How do leading telecoms brands stand out from the crowd?

Smarty referral programme

Working in marketing in telecoms can be challenging – it’s quite simply that all telecoms brands are competing for the same customers, who can get more or less the same thing from a long list of providers. And, not only can those customers can also get the same iPhones, Xiaomi or Samsung phones, they can also get a new 5G service from almost all of them too. And the price wars never stop. In other words, in a such a competitive market with little product differentiation, you have to know how to stand out from the crowd if you want to be the best.

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23 examples of leading telecoms referral programmes

Examples of leading telecoms referral schemes
 

To understand why telecoms marketers have turned towards referral or member-get-member programmes, we first need to look at the daunting challenges they face.

On the one hand, the demand for mobile, fixed line and broadband services never ceases to stop growing. Users now expect the highest-possible quality streaming to their fixed and mobile devices, with all the huge capex requirements in fibre networks5G etc. that necessitates.

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