I'm wondering if there's any way I can order Public Mobile pamphlets (the three-fold ones)
I recall at London Drugs they used to have Public Mobile pamphlets but, all the ones I've been to have run out.. And I'm trying to show my parents a hard-copy pamphlet about Public Mobile.
Where can I find a good PDF of the Public Mobile Pamphlet? Or, who do I need to reach out to, to order Public Mobile Promotional materials, such as pamphlets.
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You will have to refer them to the website or print off the plans page for them to view.
I don't have a solution but I think it's a great idea. I can share it with my friends to get their attention and make them switch to Public Mobile, and use my code 🙂 I hope I can get some.
I agree it could be a good marketing thing but also can't help thinking that hard copy pamphlets showing PM services are the EXACT opposite of being a customer on PM! With do it yourself activation, the community to get help, online only customer service etc....
@AE_Collector While I agree with you....maybe a combination of marketing and existing literature would be a good compromise. Many retailers that sell vouchers have a gift card sized tag supplied by public mobile that hangs with all the other prepaid providers top up merchandise. All it does is list voucher amounts and states to grab one and go to the appropriate area (like customer service) to purchase. Utilizing one side for vouchers and the other for a basic rundown of the service offered and plans and direction to the website would open it up to a broader customer base.
Yes certainly can't hurt to put specifics in writing. Many customers are us older folks who can't begin to imagine $100/month cell plans on $1000 iPhones nor updating our phones every 24 months (I'm in the 25 to 60 month old hand-me-down phone lineup) so we are a target demographic for PM as well. I had no idea a pamphlet had been available, would like to see it as well.
@AE_Collector Older folk sometimes need to see and feel a physical thing like a brochure to believe it exists. With simple directions on how to access the website, the community and all that public mobile has to offer.