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Orange pay monthly

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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
I want to get an Orange pay monthly phone, anybody know any good deals? I know in the orange shop you can get £150 cashback on an old phone with contracts over £30, but anything else? By the way I'm with T mobile at the moment, so no loyalty deals.
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago

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Mins or txt heavy?
12 or 18month contracts?
Cashback contracts?
Preferred retailers?
Retails you want to avoid?
Favourite make/style of phone?
About 50/50 mins to texts (mainly want it for magic number to girlfriend)
18 months is fine
cashback fine, but not recon phone
any retailer which comes recommended
open to suggestions regarding handset, but looking at samsung g600 at moment
Found one, Nokia 6300 clearance (does this mean recon?), 12 months, 10 @ £0, 2 @ £35. Sounds good. Anyone know what the phone is like?
I have it as a spare, my only bad comment is battery life, be prepare to plug it in alot and carry a spare battery otherwise nice and thin.

I threw in the SE should that be a problem.
What does that last line mean?
be careful with those cashback sites because often they lock the phone and charge 75pounds to unlock straight away
Really? how likely is this.
SE have far superior battery life is what I meant

and the SE/Nokia can both be unlocked for £10/£15 if you don't use the retailer/network.
i dont no how unlikely this is but i spoke to a friend who orderd from esaver and they locked it while in transit and the only way for it to be unlocked was to be sent back. Reali stupid but just thought i would warn ya
Doesn't mean it can't be unlocked by a third party
wel my friend works for a phone company and he ended up sending it back like

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