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Free time offer

One-2-One is to be the first mobile-phone operator to allow customers to carry over their unused free minutes to the next month. The rollover offer applies to customers of One-2-30, One-2-100 and One-2-200 time plans.

Freesat 'free time' by VCCP

Freesat, the UK's free satellite TV service, has launched an advertising campaign to promote the benefits of its new TV guide.

Free Time Out attracts big-brand advertisers

Time Out is published for the first time today (25 September) in its new incarnation as a free title, with a bold red cover which states, "Take Me, I'm Yours", and carrying advertising from MasterCard, Channel 4, Vodafone.

CLIENT ROUND-UP: One 2 One promotion for 'Free Time'

One 2 One has launched a promotion for a tariff called 'Free Time', which provides free calls ...

CLIENT ROUND-UP: One 2 One promotion for 'Free Time'

One 2 One has launched a promotion for a tariff called 'Free Time', which provides free calls ...

Free Time Out hits three-month circulation target in first month

Time Out, the London-based listings magazine, has hit its distribution target of 305,000 earlier than expected and could seek to significantly up its distribution next year.

OPINION: Ministry of Free Time is here to replace Smith's Ministry of Fun

Ministry of Free Time. One person who can be guaranteed to grasp the significance of this fundamental ...

OPINION: Ministry of Free Time is here to replace Smith's Ministry of Fun

Ministry of Free Time. One person who can be guaranteed to grasp the significance of this fundamental ...

Industry View: Will it be plain sailing for free Time Out?

As London listings magazine Time Out prepares to go free and ramp up its distribution after 44-years as a paid-for title, three media buyers give their reactions to the strategy.

CAREERS: Employees seek to balance lives - The secret of real employee happiness isn’t a big pay cheque, it’s finding a successful balance between work life and home life. Jane Bainbridge reports

We all want more free time, but how much of your salary would you forgo for a shorter working week?

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