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Get up to £200.00 off a new Orange mobile

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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Get up to £200 off a new Orange mobile. Every time you top-up by £10, we add £1 to your Phone Fund, up to a maximum value of £200.

Phone Fund is a brand-new reward package for our existing pay as you go customers. The more you top up, the bigger the discount you get towards a new phone from Orange.
link - http://shop.orange.co.uk/mobile-phones/upgrades/pay-as-you-go
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So you gotta top up £2000 before you get £200 off a new phone....
1 Like #2
that means to get the £200 you need to top up by £2,000?! Cheaper with a contract phone! cold deal.
#3
im saying hot cos im on pay as u go and not pay monthly so good one x :D
#4
sorry if you can run up £2K on a payg handset, why>>>>>

you coupld probably have onr of the bset pay mothly contracts for that and change left over
#5
momocub
im saying hot cos im on pay as u go and not pay monthly so good one x :D
Even if you are on PAYG, you need to spend £2k to get a £200 phone.

Buy the blackberry torch, on one of the most expensive tarrifs and its still £950 for the 2 years, in which time you will want a new phone as that one will be out of date or broken.

Most expensive phone, and most expensive contract

iphone 4, 32GB version. Unlimited texts, unlimited calls, unlimited internet, £75 per month, phone cost £29, total price over 2 years £1829.... that iphone costs £600 on its own meaning you'd have to pay £400 for it yourself plus top up the £2k meaning its £2400 when contract is £1829.....

Edited By: batistawhc on Oct 19, 2010 17:53: becuase
#6
not bad if you use payg after 10 years then you will get a new phone for free.hot!
#7
seancsc
not bad if you use payg after 10 years then you will get a new phone for free.hot!
aye, then you have to wait until 2020 and by then the offer might be finished, or contracts so cheap (as they are still getting better and better) that it makes the deal worse...
#8
Awful promotion. Why would this appeal to anyone?!
#9
It's a load of nonsense anyway.

I got £30 off the SF from having an old simcard which I only topped up £10 once before
#10
How is this a new deal-- looks like the same arrangement I've been getting for a year now on orange payg ?
Some of you should realise that a contract doesn't always suit everyone. Those with a bad credit record,or who keep moving house,perhaps even living overseas most of the year-- there are lots of reasons why people apart from terrorists use payg to avoid giving out an address to big brother.
#11
carefreeblue
there are lots of reasons why people apart from terrorists use payg to avoid giving out an address to big brother.


./passes the tinfoil hat.
#12
long johns time me think
#13
tmobile and o2 done thsi for years
#14
It started as a con to avoid passing on the 2.5% reduction in VAT in 2008 directly back to the customer (either as a refund or as 2.5% extra credit) and they carried it on from there.
#15
carefreeblue

Some of you should realise that a contract doesn't always suit everyone. Those with a bad credit record,or who keep moving house,perhaps even living overseas most of the year-- there are lots of reasons why people apart from terrorists use payg to avoid giving out an address to big brother.
Well, to get this deal, you need to give your address to them anyway. Bad credit? sort it out. If living overseas, what would the point of a UK PAYG phone do? still stand by my £2k post at the start of thsi thread.

Edited By: batistawhc on Oct 23, 2010 15:19: I wanted to, okay?

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