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San Francisco from Orange in grey is back in stock with Orange. An above average Android phone is offering an automatic £5 per month off the £15pm (24 months) contract - £150 quidco still available.

This reduce the monthly cost for 100 anytime minutes and unlimited text (although internet is an option with another scheme), I work this out to be less than £5pm with a new phone!
Got mine in the bag for the wife, I think she will be pleased as the per month deal is good in its self as the phone was selling around £80 on payg!
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#1
hot
1 Like #2
Good IF cashback tracks, as we all know its not guaranteed

If it does not track its a poor deal
#3
Heat added! Good deal when 100 minutes is enough for somebody
Anybody can help me to reset San Francisco?. I tried to set up SPB mobile Shell but probably dosn't work with San Francisco, my mobile is freezed each time after Unlocking. I can't even see Menu to make a restart. What shall I do?
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- Get £150 cashback on PAYM contract connections
- Excludes iPhones
- This offer does not apply to Orange 5 and Orange 10 PAYM 36 Month tariffs
#5
Hmmn, quite a bit doggy about Quidco. I would rather buy a SF and then go for Tmobile Sim Only.
#6
Sliwka
Heat added! Good deal when 100 minutes is enough for somebodyAnybody can help me to reset San Francisco?.

errrrr ...... it's actually only 50 minutes.

BTW, it also includes 250MB of data
#7
Nice deal - hot - but 2 years on 100 mins/month? Great if you're a low user.
#8
tyke
Sliwka
Heat added! Good deal when 100 minutes is enough for somebodyAnybody can help me to reset San Francisco?.


errrrr ...... it's actually only 50 minutes.

BTW, it also includes 250MB of data


There's 2 tariffs available for this offer. Canary 15 has a monthly allocation of 100mins and unlimited texts but no data, Dolphin 15 has 50mins, unlimited texts and 250mb data. However, 24 months will be too long for most on this restricted tariff. Also I'm not sure a San Fran would last 12 months, let alone 24!
#9
There is minimum £4.99 delivery charge :(
#10
Norse
tyke
Sliwka
Heat added! Good deal when 100 minutes is enough for somebodyAnybody can help me to reset San Francisco?.
errrrr ...... it's actually only 50 minutes.BTW, it also includes 250MB of data
There's 2 tariffs available for this offer. Canary 15 has a monthly allocation of 100mins and unlimited texts but no data, Dolphin 15 has 50mins, unlimited texts and 250mb data.

Ah, correct - my mindset automatically homed in on the Dolphin 15 tariff from the orignal post last week. That has fewer minutes and a small amount of data.
#11
Need more minutes (300) and at least 500mb internet to make this really hot. As someone else said - rather buy the SF for £80 odd and then go on a sim-only deal with more minutes. Would be good for a really low user though.

Edited By: Robiesanta on Mar 10, 2011 10:36: typo
#12
So if its £10.21 a month, plus £4.99 postage and the quidco pays out £150, it works out at £100.03 for 24 months, or £4.17 a month

To get the phone on a PAYG deal is ~ £84 including quidco (I don't have an active Orange sim).
#13
The 250MB puts me off... got a pulse that needs retiring ideally (actually really like it, even though it's a POS!) & am in two minds about going for something like this or being extravagant and getting one of the new dual core's (LG 2X or the Atrix or something...). Obviously it's not an easy comparison though, especially with this at this price...

Might have to find an OSF somewhere to have a play with
#14
tyke
Norse
tyke
Sliwka
Heat added! Good deal when 100 minutes is enough for somebodyAnybody can help me to reset San Francisco?.
errrrr ...... it's actually only 50 minutes.BTW, it also includes 250MB of data
There's 2 tariffs available for this offer. Canary 15 has a monthly allocation of 100mins and unlimited texts but no data, Dolphin 15 has 50mins, unlimited texts and 250mb data.


Ah, correct - my mindset automatically homed in on the Dolphin 15 tariff from the orignal post last week. That has fewer minutes and a small amount of data.


Question for you internet junkies. Is the 250mb per month enough for general use - email, some youtube, searching etc?
#15
Robiesanta
Question for you internet junkies. Is the 250mb per month enough for general use - email, some youtube, searching etc?


Its fine if you set your email to only download the first bit of emails, so you only download big attachments if you really want to. You then need to be careful if you use youtube and streaming TV/radio. Personally, I wouldn't get into the habit of using them except when you have wifi access. For instance, a 30 minute TV program on iplayer would use your whole months allowance in one go. For WWW browsing on the phone itself, you'll be fine
#16
Just to expand slightly on what ahenry said, you can use wi-fi when you're at home without impacting your allowance, so you'll have the 250MB for use when you're away.
#17
tyke
Just to expand slightly on what ahenry said, you can use wi-fi when you're at home without impacting your allowance, so you'll have the 250MB for use when you're away.


The problem with this, is that you need to be 100% sure that you really are using WiFi and not the 3G network when you're at home. If someone accidentally switches off the power to the router, you could end up using the 3G connection without noticing it.

In that case, you should check what happens when you go over the data limit. With some companies your bandwidth gets throttled for the rest of the month. http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/watchdog/2010/09/unlimited.html has a story about a guy who using Tesco Mobile who went 100MB over a 500MB limit and got a bill for £411.
#18
Thanks for all the coments. Quidco says: for Pay Monthly contract phone connections (excluding iPhone), new customers only (per transaction, not per phone basis), it also says: This offer does not apply to Orange 5 and Orange 10 PAYM 36 Month tariffs.

This is NOT one of the above tariffs, it is the £15 for 24 months. The phone is coming in at £80 as PAYG, so if you want the phone it will cost only £90 (once Quidco has paid) and for my wife 100 mins will be enough - unlimited texts is what is needed and this is on offer.

The deal for Quidco ends in 2 days, I managed to grad a Vodafone £120 cashback on iphone sim - that is now gone too - We are pleased, as someone says, it works for some and it is a reasonable phone - the minutes are just a freebe :-)
#19
I'm interested in the phone for one of my kids - which would otherwise be ~ £80, and then to use the sim for my wife. At the moment she pays a couple of quid a month on Virgin Mobile. 100 minutes a month would be plenty for her.
#20
Eh so why is the deal posted at £15? It isnt £15 it must work out at around £100.
#22
Ideal deal for the Mrs, cheaper than getting a PAYG and 2 years top ups. Quidco £150 tracked within a couple of hours.

£92 effective cost for the 2 years including 1200 mins, unlimited texts and 6GB of data across the contract, versus £90 for a PAYG with nothing. Not sure how it can't be hot if you are happy with a contract
#23
thanks, bought one, I think it is:
10.21 * 24 + 4.99 = 250.03
if quidco pays: 250.03 - 150 = 100.03
good deal for Mrs.
#24
I think the rules indicate that we show the full costs, in this case it is £15 per month - reduce by Orange by £5 pm, then the Quidco..... the cost can be interperated as people wish, but £15 with a decent phone is okay..... I personally see this will cost less than £5 per month after all discounts. I was going to buy this o PAYG for £80 and then get a cheap sim for about £10 pm.... this is for me a far better deal, each to their own though!
#25
Out of stock :-(.

Serves me right for waiting.

Edited By: Robiesanta on Mar 11, 2011 06:54
#26
The grey one is out of stock. They still have it in white.
#27
ahenry
The grey one is out of stock. They still have it in white.


No discount for the white one :(
#28
I clicked on the link to send me an email when they came back in stock with the £5.12 discount. I just got an email and placed an order. It seems to be in stock again now at http://shop.orange.co.uk/mobile-phones/san-francisco-from-orange-in-grey

Edited By: ahenry on Mar 12, 2011 11:17: in stock

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