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Nokia 2330 + 50 mins + 50 texts + new phone after 18 months + £30 cashback @ Orange £5.00pm

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OK its a 36 month contract, but if you have young kids or elderly parents that, like me, just want a phone for emergencies and staying in touch, this is a minimal outlay for a contract, knowing that e…
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7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
OK its a 36 month contract, but if you have young kids or elderly parents that, like me, just want a phone for emergencies and staying in touch, this is a minimal outlay for a contract, knowing that each month they have enough credit to make a call.

Nokia 2330 in Silver
50 minutes
50 Texts
Replacement phone after 18 months

£30 quidco cashback
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#1
I would rather go for a 5 year contract myself, or why not make it 6 years. People need to get a grip, tying themselves to contracts for 3 years when you can pick up a basic nokia from morrisons for £12.50
#2
steviecross
I would rather go for a 5 year contract myself, or why not make it 6 years. People need to get a grip, tying themselves to contracts for 3 years when you can pick up a basic nokia from morrisons for £12.50


Or £14 from Tesco and get 1000 points ;-)

But I can see the logic in ensuring the kids have 'credit' but on a nice budget plan.
#3
I think there's more to it than that.

If this contract is the type I think it is, when the end of the 50 minutes/texts is reached, the phone doesn't go dead - you simply start to rack up a right bill as you go over your monthly allowance.

We tried this with my son some years ago and ended up paying £100+ some months.

Cold from me unless it stops at the 50 minutes - and I wouldn't give it a kid either.
#4
tightasagnatschu
Or £14 from Tesco and get 1000 points ;-)

But I can see the logic in ensuring the kids have 'credit' but on a nice budget plan.


but 50min probably lasts within an hour! and 50 text will last 10mins! lol
#5
do not give it to a kid!
and hope you dont lose the phone or it gets nicked

orange still refuse to let their customers apply credit limits to their accounts, so that £5 a month could end up being £15, £50 or £500

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