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O2 are offering a discount for Service personnel and up to 5 members of their family on their mobile phone contracts.

You can apply for two discounts at any one time, one on the Airtime Plan of a qualifying O2 Refresh phone contract, and one on an Airtime Plan of a qualifying O2 Refresh tablet or mobile broadband contract:

• 25% off Airtime Plans with 3GB data and above,

• 15% off Airtime Plans below 3GB.

To register you will need to a give a five character O2 Open company code, which for the Royal Navy and Royal Marines is NAV01.

For more details, please click here.

 

Vodafone are offering up to 30% off on plans for Service personnel and a maximum of 6 discounts that they can choose to share with their family and friends.  There is also an offer to save up to 20% off monthly price plans.

How to get the offer:

1. Buy an eligible Pay monthly plan or upgrade your existing one in a Vodafone store,

2. Apply for your discount by presenting your MOD ID or your DDS membership card.

Your application for discount must be made within 30 days of purchase to be eligible.

Whether you’re a new customer or an existing customer eligible to upgrade, you can make the most of their offers:

  • 15% off Pay monthly bundles when you buy a device
  • 15% off any Pay monthly phone, iPad or tablet bundle – including Vodafone Outlet offers,*
  • 30% off SIM only bundles
  • 30% off any Pay monthly SIM only bundles* The Vodafone Advantage discount can’t be used with any other promotional discount.

Please note that there is a £10 membership fee which applies to each connection.

You can also save 10% on accessories in store when you sign up to this scheme.

To find out more, please click here.

 

Posted on: 21st February, 2017

The Marine Society are now offering a discount on education courses, through their partnership with Greenwich Hospital.

 

They are offering GCSE, IGCSE, AS and A Level courses in a number of subjects at a 50% discount for all Royal Navy and Royal Marines spouses.

 

Subjects include: Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Economics, English, Geography, History, Maths, Physics, Law, Psychology, Religious Studies and Sociology.

 

For more information please email education@ms-sc.org.

 

Posted on: 7th December, 2016

British Airways has become the first airline to pledge support for the military community and their families by signing up to the UK Armed Forces Covenant.

 

British Airways recognises it has an important role to play in supporting the Armed Forces and their families.  It has also committed to giving Reservists and military spouses in its employment the flexibility they need to allow for deployment or training schedules, and also to support Service Leavers moving into civilian roles.

 

To demonstrate its commitment to the Armed Forces past and present, the airline is offering a 10 per cent discount on all fares across its global network of near 200 destinations. See more here.

 

The discount is available to all Serving Armed Forces, Reservists, Spouses of Serving Personnel, Forces Veterans, MoD Civil Servants, War widowers and Cadet Forces (over 16).

 

British Airways Chairman and CEO Alex Cruz, said:

“This discount recognises the great service given by the men and women of the Armed Forces; we hope that it will make their well-earned holiday time with their families easier and cheaper.  “We have strong links with the Armed Forces and our work-force includes many veterans and serving Reservists. By signing the Armed Forces Covenant we are demonstrating our respect for the hard work and dedication of our Servicemen and women, veterans and their families.

“We’re proud to show our support.”

 

Posted on: 20th June, 2016

It’s important to make a Will and keep it up-to-date, to ensure that your money and possessions are allocated according to your wishes. Failure to leave a Will can mean that family and friends have to make difficult decisions on your behalf when they are unsure of your wishes.

Click here, for an overview to how to go about writing a Will and how to ensure it is legal.

 

Free Will Month

Will Aid is a UK wide scheme which runs every November to offer free wills to people of any age. Will Aid teams up with over 1,000 solicitors to provide basic wills, you can visit their website to find out more here.

 

Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney is a legal document whereby one person gives another person/persons the power to act on his or her behalf with regard to his/her health or financial decisions. Have you appointed a Power of Attorney?

 

Exemption from Inheritance Tax for Fallen Personnel

There is an unlimited exemption from inheritance tax for members of the Armed Forces, and former members, where active service was a contributory factor in their death, whenever it occurred. If you’d like to find out more please see section 154 of the Inheritance Tax Act which is referred to by the MOD and HMRC. To find out more information, please contact the Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre (JCCC) on 01452 519 951.

 

RNRMC ‘Make a Will’

The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) and Forces Law have partnered up to waive fees for writing basic Wills in return for a donation to RNRMC. The suggested minimum donation is £100 for a single Will and £150 for a Mirror Will. This programme will run from July 2018 to July 2019.

Please visit this site for further information.

 

Free Will Writing Service 

The Royal British Legion (RBL) is a member of The National Free Wills Network. One of their missions is to help Service personnel to have their Will written, or updated. There is no obligation to donate for this service, but a gift to RBL being included in the Will is always appreciated. Please find their contact details and to sign up for the service here.

Posted on: 29th April, 2016
Last updated on: 18th September, 2018