Get more from your phone with Priority
From daily treats to extraordinary experiences, it's all on Priority and it's only on O2.
You can access some of your favourite Channel 4 shows for a whole 48 hours before they air on TV. Together with All 4, we bring you the first chance to watch shows like Made in Chelsea, Fresh Meat, Peep Show and more. Catch the latest episodes on your phone or tablet on the Priority app, or on your laptop or desktop through our Priority site.
And that's not all. Priority is your VIP pass to all sorts of exclusive treats, big or small. From a free coffee every Tuesday to discounts at your favourite restaurants. Plus get gig tickets 48 hours before your friends. You’ll even have a chance to win exclusive prizes and experiences. Only with Priority.
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Got an O2 number? Then you're already a member.
You can use the Priority app on your phone or the web to find offers, tickets and more.
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- What is Priority?
Priority is a free service (although you will be using your data allowance when using the service) and it's exclusive to O2 mobile customers.
Priority contains a mixture of exclusive offers and some offers that are Open2All. Exclusive offers are only available to O2 customers. They've been negotiated directly by us to make every day a little more special for you. Open2All offers are handpicked by us from the best of the current deals on the market. They're available to anyone, but are so good we'd hate for you to miss out.
You can use Priority on any handset – all you need is a data connection. The first time you use Priority, it will automatically work out what sort of phone you have and tell you the appropriate way to access the service (via a downloadable app or the mobile web).
Priority serves up offers that are nearby – so knowing your location is important. Go into the Settings page and toggle the switch for Location to On. The phone will then automatically detect where you are and list all the offers nearby.
- Problems using Priority
If you change your mobile number or lose your phone you'll have to go through the registration process and start again.
If your map thinks you're somewhere that you're not, the GPS might not be turned on. Go into Settings to check.
Sometimes your phone could still be showing its previous location while it finds you. Give it a minute or two and it should jump to your current location.
If you are inside a building, the phone might have a problem finding your exact location. It's the same if you're on the move - the phone can take a little while to catch up depending upon the speed you're travelling.
If you have any problems with a voucher, or you find a voucher code doesn't work at the store or venue, tell the merchant or partner first - you'll find the details in the voucher small print.