Proximus recycle action during Omloop het Nieuwsblad

Proximus recycle action during Omloop het Nieuwsblad

Road  23/02/2023

This weekend the cycling spring kicks off with the Omloop het Nieuwsblad on Saturday. Put your greenest foot forward together with Proximus. This Saturday, you will be able to exchange your old mobile phone for a reward at the Proximus stand.

Do you have one or more (max. 5) old mobile phones lying around at home? Then bring them to the start in ’t Kuipke and hand them in at the Proximus stand. Proximus will not only ensure that your device is recycled, but also has rewards for you! This reward can be a Bevers & Bevers voucher worth €5 or a discount code for participation in one of the races of the Proximus Cycling Challenge or the Continental Classics Tour. The value of the reward depends on the number of devices you exchange. Per person, a max. of 5 devices can be exchanged.

What do you have to do?

  1. Bring your old mobile phones with you on Saturday when you come to the Omloop
  2. Go to the Proximus stand
  3. Hand in 1 phone and you will receive a cashless card worth €5 to be used in ’t Kuipke at the Bevers & Bevers stand
  4. If you hand in more than 2 devices, you will receive a discount code for participation in one of the Proximus Cycling Challenge or Continental Classics Tour races this spring.

The value of the discount codes depends on the number of devices you exchange. For 2 devices, you get a code worth €10. For 3 devices, a code worth €15. And for 4 devices, a code worth €20.

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