htc desire upgrade on virgin ovp tariff £250 @ Orange - HotUKDeals
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orange offered me an htc desire for £250 with my virgin ovp contract.

decided against it myself as i need an unlocked unbranded phone.

by might be usefull to someone.
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#1
So where is the deal for all to be obtained...this is a one off offer for a specific customer...cold
#2
Same question mate.....where is this deal found?>?
#3
i guess you use your brain and ringup orange if you have an old virgin ovp tariff
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Timmmmaaaaaaaayyyyy!!!
#5
As others mentioned it's a custom deal for you. Worthless to others.
#6
I'm on an Orange OVP for Virgin and was told a couple of years ago that they won't allow 3G on it. Did you find different?
#7
I know Orange and T-mobile have now merged, but I thought Virgin Mobile use T-mobile?
#8
Londonguy i guess you use your brain and ringup orange if you have an old virgin ovp tariff

Why do you have to be so nasty? It's a fair question it's possible that they called you or in store!
#9
So virgin may do this for their existing customers, or even new customers on their virgin ovp tariff. Thus seems a reasonable deal to have posted, for the benefit of others. May have been useful to have included what the tariff details are.
#10
equalityforall
So virgin may do this for their existing customers, or even new customers on their virgin ovp tariff. Thus seems a reasonable deal to have posted, for the benefit of others. May have been useful to have included what the tariff details are.

Orange's "Orange Value Promise - Virgin Mobile" tariff is not available to new customers - it's been ring-fenced for years. The idea was that it would match Virgin's post-paid tariff and have the benefits of an Orange contract. Those benefits have disappeared over the years as FT have sought to wreck the brand and destroy goodwill. OVP-VM on Line One with Everyday50 on Line 2 was once a neat combination.

A few years ago they allowed upgrades on OVP-VM for a while on their website and there was a rush until they realised their mistake. I'm amazed that they offered an upgrade on a tariff that can be billed at zero for month after month and wrecks their Average Revenue Per User figures.
#11
Not voting either way, as the offer is a bit specific..... but

I just got a pretty good Desire offer from Orange too, anyone after one perhaps should try them as they are doing deals.
P.S. Mine was £50 up front, £17.50/m 800mins UL Txt & 500Mb Web, 24 months, going from PAYG to contract.
#12
sconto
Londonguy i guess you use your brain and ringup orange if you have an old virgin ovp tariff

Why do you have to be so nasty? It's a fair question it's possible that they called you or in store!


because it`s a stupid statement , i dont see people complaing about the o2 offer ?
surely this is only usefull just to o2 customers not the masses.
#13
JonBoy
equalityforall
So virgin may do this for their existing customers, or even new customers on their virgin ovp tariff. Thus seems a reasonable deal to have posted, for the benefit of others. May have been useful to have included what the tariff details are.


Orange's "Orange Value Promise - Virgin Mobile" tariff is not available to new customers - it's been ring-fenced for years. The idea was that it would match Virgin's post-paid tariff and have the benefits of an Orange contract. Those benefits have disappeared over the years as FT have sought to wreck the brand and destroy goodwill. OVP-VM on Line One with Everyday50 on Line 2 was once a neat combination.

A few years ago they allowed upgrades on OVP-VM for a while on their website and there was a rush until they realised their mistake. I'm amazed that they offered an upgrade on a tariff that can be billed at zero for month after month and wrecks their Average Revenue Per User figures.


indeed they did they sent me a free n70 , and i dont even use the sim card

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