HTC Desire (300 mins, UL texts, internet, 24 month) on Orange £639- poss £160 quidco - HotUKDeals
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its on a 24 month contract at £22.50 per month, so that equals £540+£99-£160 quidco, so the phone works out to £480 for 24 months.

quidco is for new customers only.


http://shop.orange.co.uk/mobile-phones/pay-monthly
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#1
Phone is £99.99 on that tariff if I'm not mistaken
#2
Just got the same phone on Orange on the Dolphin 30 monthly contract. Free phone, £25 a month for 18 months!!! I'll let you all do the maths for that. Phone is brilliant by the way.
#3
Says 500mb internet, how much does it cost if you go over? 500's a bit on the tight side if you ask me.
#4
sniltub
Just got the same phone on Orange on the Dolphin 30 monthly contract. Free phone, £25 a month for 18 months!!! I'll let you all do the maths for that. Phone is brilliant by the way.


How? I cant find that deal... Thats amazing! Cashback IS £160 also!
#5
Any idea when the black version of Desire is released?
#6
sniltub
Just got the same phone on Orange on the Dolphin 30 monthly contract. Free phone, £25 a month for 18 months!!! I'll let you all do the maths for that. Phone is brilliant by the way.


from?.....:?
#7
Rob_B
from?.....:?


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#8
v2drinkers
Just someone who can read the rules:whistling:


OK, I understand if it is against "the rules" but personally I appreciate it when people post this information, particularly with vendors like Orange whose cashback amounts frequently fluctuate.

Genuine question, why isn't it permitted?

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