Three is giving away FREE Beats headphones and Fitbit trackers when its shops re-open

Yes, you did read that correctly. Mobile network Three is celebrating the re-opening of its stores nationwide with a blockbuster deal, known as Big Tech Giveaway. As the name suggests, it will be dishing out a number of freebies. Customers will need to choose between a pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds Live noise-cancelling earbuds, a JBL Xtreme 3 portable Bluetooth speaker, a pair of Beats Powerbeats Pro earbuds, or a Fitbit Versa 3 smartwatch.
Announcing the giveaway bonanza, Aislinn O’Connor, Director of Marketing for UK and ROI at Three, said: “As the country begins to open up, there is a hint of optimism in the air – we feel it too, which is why we want to offer our customers a little something on us with our Big Tech Giveaway.”

To be eligible for the freebies, you’ll need to head down to your local Three branch when it re-opens in line with Government guidance on April 12, 2021.

When Three re-opens its stores in England and Wales, it will have additional social distancing and COVID-safe measures to protect its staff and customers. For those in Scotland, retail shops are expected to reopen from April 26, when Three plans to launch the same deal, but unfortunately, dates for non-essential retail in Northern Ireland to re-open have yet to be confirmed.

To be eligible for one of the gifts be dished out in The Big Tech Giveaway, you’ll need to sign-up for a new contract and pick from a range of the latest smartphones, including the Samsung S20 FE 5G, Google Pixel 4A, Xiaomi Mi 11, and OnePlus 9 Pro 5G – with an unlimited data plan.

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If you were already looking to treat yourself to a new handset this summer – and were already eyeing up one of these models – it’s a brilliant deal. The Fitbit Versa 3 smartwatch retails at £199.99, while the Powerbeats Pro will cost you £219.95 when bought standalone from the Apple Store. So, these are some pretty generous giveaways.

For those worried about visiting Three’s high street stores, rather than shopping online from the safety of their home, the mobile network has detailed its new processes to keep everyone safe. Upon arrival, customers will be met by a Three host and welcomed in. If the store is at maximum capacity, they will enter a virtual queue and receive a text message when it’s their turn. So, you’ll be able to browse in a nearby store while you’re waiting – without the need to queue outside the shop.

If customers are unable to make the appointment, it will be rearranged or can take place online with Three Store Now – connecting customers online to store advisors.

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