O2 sacks staff for selling iPhones on eBay

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O2 has sacked several employees for using their staff discounts to purchase iPhones which they later re-sold on eBay. The Mail on Sunday reports that around six people have been sacked from London stores, and another twenty are under investigation. Staff are said to have been “scooping up job lots” of the phone handsets which were then sold on the internet. One would think that, if their employers don’t want them to sell phones on, the most obvious solution would be for no one to be allowed to buy more than a phone for personal use.



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