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Everyone hates to have a 24 or even 36 month contract now which is the norm! If you do like to change your phone every year or so then this could help.

As everyone knows Quidco are doing the £150 cahsback throught Orange, many post are on here to get a cheap rate over the 24/36 contract period with a free phone.

However if you select a 12 month contract which Orange still do you have to pay for the phone, most of the new phones are around the £150 mark so should work out to get a bit back or pay a little more. Obviously you will have to pay upfront and wait for Quidco but you then only have a 12 month contract!


Racoon 30 -12 months, 300 texts, 200 anytime minutes - £27.41
LG Chocolate BL40 - £146.50

OR HTC Hero Graphite - £97.50 on same contract

You can still chose what you would prefer this is just to give you an idea :)

Or a Nokia 5800 for free and get the £150 in your pocket!

Its feeling chilly! just trying to help people!
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I don't know what this is.
? in what respect?
Quidco is not really guaranteed, and for £30 a month for 300 texts and 200 mins is appauling, I will use that within a week! Plus its best to go for 18months in my opinion you get more for your money and still if quidco tracks you can claim some money back.
I'm with you. You use the £150 Quidco to offset the fact that the 12 month plans are bl00dy awful. So basically get a Hero on a 12 month plan - and either pay something for the phone or get a higher cost monthly plan and have it free - but use the £150 cash back towards the extra that its costing.
If you want a 12 month plan its a good idea. If someone's got better ideas for a 12 month deal can they let me know please, as I'm after one.
True, just if you don't want a 18 month contract is the only benefit to this deal, and again the amount people use their phone does vary, hwat might last you a week would last someone else a month :)

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