Bouygues Télécom adapts to the curfew decreed by the government. To convince its customers to go to the store in the morning, the operator decided to offer € 50 for the purchase of a subsidized smartphone. To benefit from it, it is imperative to arrive on the premises of the store before 11am.
Since Saturday January 16, 2021, a curfew from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. entered into force throughout France. This new measure aims to stem the spread of Covid-19 in France. If you absolutely have to move after 6 p.m. (work, emergency, etc.), you are invited to bring a travel certificate.
Obviously, the curfew upsets the habits of traders. To spread customer traffic, many stores will open earlier and close earlier. This measure makes it possible to avoid an excessive influx of visitors between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m., just before the curfew. This is particularly the case shops of the operator Bouygues Télécom. The group’s stores will now open from 9 a.m.
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In addition, Bouygues Télécom offers exclusive discounts to all customers who go to stores in the early hours of the morning (between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.), report our colleagues from Figaro. In order to unclog its shops in the afternoon and early evening, the operator offers 50 € to anyone who buys a subsidized smartphone, accompanied by a mobile plan.
This type of offer makes it possible to smooth the investment required for the purchase of a new mobile phone. You commit to the operator for a certain period of time and in exchange they allow you to buy yourself a smartphone at a reduced price. In the long term, this type of package turns out to be more expensive than buying a bare smartphone. To be eligible, you will need to opt for a 60 GB or more plan with a 24-month commitment. This offer will end on January 23, 2021, warns the telecom.
That’s not all. Always with a view to avoiding an influx of visitors, Bouygues Télécom has set up a meeting system. Customers wishing to visit a store are invited to make an appointment in advance via the Bouygues website.
Source: Le Figaro