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HTC Mozart 18 months £35.00pm on orange + £40 quidco

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Ive been looking for a good price on this and this seems to be by far the best as its only 18 months. Even with orange offering £140 quidco on a £32.50 a month contract they are all 24 month contracts…
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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
Ive been looking for a good price on this and this seems to be by far the best as its only 18 months. Even with orange offering £140 quidco on a £32.50 a month contract they are all 24 month contracts, which work out more expensive.

Its one of the new Windows phone 7 mobiles and has an 8mp camera.

Comes with:
500 any network minutes
unlimited texts
unlimited email
500mb internet
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#1
Phones4u were previously doing this deal for £27.50 a month, however when I called to cancel they offered me a £75 cheque not to do so. Also when I called Orange to get my PAC code (Don't know why, I don't need it for Orange to Orange), they offered me £27.50 for 18 months with 2200 minutes, unlimited texts and 750mb internet. Note this is for someone that has only topped up twice £10 each during their time with Orange. So you could probably get a better deal somewhere through telesales. Or you should get this which seems like a better deal for a better phone, but you may have specifically been looking for unlimited texts.

And the Go to Deal link is broken, you are supposed to paste in the web url.

Edited By: shayr1992 on Oct 28, 2010 08:44: Broken link
#2
its not that bad a deal but they seem to be giving out much better through retentions.

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