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Blackberry Pearl 8120 - On Orange £145.00 (£5 Quiidco)

£145.00 @ Orange
Blackberry pearl 8120 and Unlimited Facebook /Myspace and Email for £5 with the add on for Blackberry phones.. could potentially be useful if you have "a" blackberry phone which is unlocked.... Read More
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Blackberry pearl 8120
and Unlimited Facebook /Myspace and Email for £5 with the add on for Blackberry phones.. could potentially be useful if you have "a" blackberry phone which is unlocked....
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#1
Good deal I think, a bit more detail, the £5 Blackberry charge buys you a server that compresses your web and emails that would make it hard to go over the 50mb you get included (not unlimited though)
It comes in Indigo Blue ATM but the Titanium and Pink will follow
Remember your "magic numbers" to call other Orange users and Orange Wednesdays and Pizza express deals. Also if you go in-store and work for the Local Council, Goverment, Police, Asda to name just some you get £20 off any handset over £30 (not £29.99) plus the top-up, just take in a wage slip or ID card.
#2
Alan123;4275527
Good deal I think, a bit more detail, the £5 Blackberry charge buys you a server that compresses your web and emails that would make it hard to go over the 50mb you get included (not unlimited though)
It comes in Indigo Blue ATM but the Titanium and Pink will follow
Remember your "magic numbers" to call other Orange users and Orange Wednesdays and Pizza express deals. Also if you go in-store and work for the Local Council, Goverment, Police, Asda to name just some you get £20 off any handset over £30 (not £29.99) plus the top-up, just take in a wage slip or ID card.


[FONT=Verdana][SIZE=2]Thanks for the additional details :thumbsup:[/SIZE][/FONT]
#3
No prob, I can't see a Blackberry 8120 cheaper anywhere else :thumbsup:
#4
Alan123;4276542
No prob, I can't see a Blackberry 8120 cheaper anywhere else :thumbsup:


Likewise and the Play.com silver version is nearly dobule in price but a Sim free one...
I was contemplating either this or the E51... lets see if theres a new code out there..
#5
Alan123
Also if you go in-store and work for the Local Council, Goverment, Police, Asda to name just some you get £20 off any handset over £30 (not £29.99) plus the top-up, just take in a wage slip or ID card.


Great price, and great info about the extra money off! Really want one of these, but I think the wife would go apre if i spent that much on a phone :(
#6
Does this INCLUDE the blackberry internet and email? Or do I have to pay for it separately?
#7
rash
Does this INCLUDE the blackberry internet and email? Or do I have to pay for it separately?

THe £5 per month is for Internet and email
#8
Alan123
THe £5 per month is for Internet and email


Sorry for being thick but do you have to top up your pay as you go as well as the £5 mobile web service or can you use it soley for web connection?
#9
A junkie was trying to sell this phone in Camden town for £25 ....
I told him No No..........
#10
anyone got an idea of how i'd unlock this?
#11
bigvic
Sorry for being thick but do you have to top up your pay as you go as well as the £5 mobile web service or can you use it soley for web connection?


If you put on £10 say at the start, once your blackberry actvates on the account you will have £5 deducted from the £10, £5 will be deducted every 30 days, so long as you have credit.
Full details below :thumbsup:
PAYG BlackBerry Internet Service

General Gift Voucher Terms

1. The offer is a Pay As You Go BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) bundle (’the Offer’) which is available to all new and existing Pay As You Go customers on selected handsets only.
2. The Offer provides browsing and a push email service for £5 per calendar month. Pay As You Go BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) usage includes browsing and push email data traffic routed between the user’s BlackBerry (or BlackBerry Connect enabled) device and the BlackBerry BIS service hosted jointly by Orange and Research In Motion Ltd (RIM). However devices may also be configured to browse or pass email using other services not part-hosted by RIM. Such data usage is not included and will be chargeable according to the data charging rates set out for your pay as you go tariff.
3. The Offer must be activated by a customer calling PAYG customer services on 450 from an Orange handset.
4. The Offer is a £5 monthly re-occurring charge, which will be deducted from existing credit. The customer can stop the offer by texting STOPBB to the short code 247. The Offer will only stop at the end of the calendar month.
5. The Offer is subject to a fair usage policy of 50MB per month and is not to be used for other activities, such as non-Orange internet based streaming services, voice or video over the internet, peer to peer file sharing, and non-Orange internet based video. Should you exceed the fair use policy or if such use is detected, notice may be given and Network protection controls may be applied to all services which Orange does not believe constitutes mobile browsing. This may result in, at Orange’s discretion, your inability to purchase the Offer, a reduced speed of transmission, suspension of data browsing services and/or suspension of your account.
6. Any unused part of the Offer will not rollover into the following calendar month.
7. The Offer can only be used in the UK. Any data roaming outside the UK will be charged at the standard PAYG roaming data charges.
8. The Offer does not include event charges such as for ringtones or games (transport costs for these events are included).
9. The Offer is subject to your normal Terms and Conditions for the Supply of Orange Network Services which are to be found at the back of your Orange phone user guide and at [url]www.orange.co.uk[/url]
10. The Offer does not permit use of any other BlackBerry from Orange service concurrently with BIS. If the customer requires any other Blackberry service (including use of BES) then the customer should contact their account manager or retail store for terms, conditions and pricing.
11. Your use of the Offer is subject to your acceptance of the terms and conditions of Research in Motion Limited (RIM), which may be amended from time to time. These terms are made available to you at the time of activation of your BIS. These terms include the right to use RIM's software to access the service. A copy of these terms and conditions are available upon request from Orange or at [url]www.blackberry.orange.co.uk[/url] by activating BIS you agree to comply with RIM's terms.
12. Where there is any inconsistency between these Terms and Conditions and Orange's Standard Network Terms, Orange's Standard Network Terms will prevail.
13. Orange reserves the right to replace or amend BIS or these terms and conditions or to withdraw BIS at any time on reasonable notice.
14. References to Orange in these terms and conditions are to Orange Personal Communications Services Limited whose registered office is at St James Court, Great Park Road, Almondsbury Park, Bradley Stoke, Bristol, BS32 4QJ.
#12
I got a 3g sim from the local Orange shop and stuck £10 credit on it. Called Orange and signed up for the £5 per month payg Blackberry web and email. Was extremely easy to do.

You don't need to buy the Blackberry from Orange. I bought an unlocked 8700 for under £25 from a certain auction website and set the email up on the phone. I don't think there is a cheaper deal out there as I was looking for several weeks. Cheers for posting the deal. Heat added.
#13
Just a quick post to make you all aware that if you buy this phone or any other pay as you go from orange and it turns out to be faulty dont even attempt to return it for a refund. I am currently trying to get a refund for a blackberry which was faulty. They are telling me its repair only.:x:x:x
#14
happy tourist
I got a 3g sim from the local Orange shop and stuck £10 credit on it. Called Orange and signed up for the £5 per month payg Blackberry web and email. Was extremely easy to do.

You don't need to buy the Blackberry from Orange. I bought an unlocked 8700 for under £25 from a certain auction website and set the email up on the phone. I don't think there is a cheaper deal out there as I was looking for several weeks. Cheers for posting the deal. Heat added.


You need to be aware that if you buy a pre-owned blackberry that you need to ensure that the previous owner has removed their link to their bb account otherwise the bb services will not work leaving you with a phone with no internet/email access.

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