Low spend contract "Orange 5" 50mins/50texts Free Nokia 2330 £4.89 for 36m + quidco - HotUKDeals
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Low spend contract "Orange 5" 50mins/50texts Free Nokia 2330 £4.89 for 36m + quidco

£4.89 @ Orange
A low spend contract from Orange ideally as spare phone or for old folks / small kids for infrequent use. Orange 5 plan for 36 months 50 mins and 50 texts £4.89 pcm Get a free phone on connectio…
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
A low spend contract from Orange ideally as spare phone or for old folks / small kids for infrequent use.

Orange 5 plan for 36 months
50 mins and 50 texts
£4.89 pcm
Get a free phone on connection with a replacement after 18 months.

After quidco £30 monthly cost is £4.06pcm

The phone (Nokia 2330) alone worth £30.
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#1
Quidco is not available for the £5 and £10 tariff at £150, you will only get £30 quidco.
#2
gonna get hot!
told my dad to get one
#3
Hot if you can get £150 quidco .....
#4
36months....
#5
ro888
36months....



old people.....


they dont care what phone they have as long as it works :P
#6
YOu might get £50 quidco. I posted this a while back but can't find the thread, in any case its been over a month so you are welcome to repost. I think its a pretty decent dal for a light user like myself, could prob get somehting a little bit cheaper though on PAYG though, plus the 36 month tie in is a bit off putting. You also get a 2nd free phone after 18 months, unless they have changed this?

Voted hot
banned#7
munnski
Hot if you can get £150 quidco .....


i agree :p
#8
[size="7"]no £150 Quidco For The Orange 5 Or 10 Contract
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#9
No Quidco for 36 month 5 or 10 see below from quidco site

[COLOR="Red"]Please read the following before proceeding:

Please note that your cashback on pay monthly contracts will be subject to a two-month validation period from connection. No cashback will be paid on upgrades or on cancelled / unsuccessful connections.

Cashback is paid per basket, not per phone.

Cashback is not paid on reconditioned PAYG phones or accessories.

*This offer does not apply to Orange 5 and Orange 10 PAYM 36 Month tariffs.[/COLOR]
#10
DavidEmm
old people.....


they dont care what phone they have as long as it works :P


Who do you think you are ?? Voted cold for this comment
#11
50 mins 50 texts?

not worth getting really
banned#12
Smoggatetz
50 mins 50 texts?

not worth getting really


it is for oldies as they cant text and cant remember anyones number to call them:whistling:
#13
i am old and text although to one relative and it takes ages-- waste of time
will i get 150 quid to spend on gas from quidco
#14
I believe you can upgrade the phone in 18 months through customer services. That's what we tell customers if you get it in store so should be the same online.
banned#15
aabarcellos
i am old and text although to one relative and it takes ages-- waste of time
will i get 150 quid to spend on gas from quidco


lol dont forget you can spend your quidco on Werther's Original to :whistling:
1 Like #16
rangermastiffs
Who do you think you are ?? Voted cold for this comment


hi am i david let me introduce myself?
whats ur point?
#17
Whats the phone?
#18
aabarcellos
i am old and text although to one relative and it takes ages-- waste of time
will i get 150 quid to spend on gas from quidco


No, the gas money comes from the government (if you're old enough)
#19
Not sure why people want to be tied into these long contracts - especially with companies like Orange.
I'm 6 months into a 12 month contract, and can't wait to get rid of them!
#20
Not sure why people complain they are in contracts when they put themselves in them.:roll:
#21
Amba_Gambla
Not sure why people want to be tied into these long contracts - especially with companies like Orange.
I'm 6 months into a 12 month contract, and can't wait to get rid of them!


Like you, just prefer 12 month contracts, or not at all, as the network deals and tariffs change, as well as networks amalgamating, and improving or deteriorating their network and service quality.
#22
With the kind of deals you can get from Tesco PAYG at the moment I can't see why anyone would go anywhere else. Uses O2 network too.

Based on the most dreadful customer service experience ever with Orange the network alone is enough to make this VERY cold!

PS I'm old (my definition) and I talk and text; difference is I can write and spell too (most of the time)!

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