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This deal is very cheap £35 a month 18 month contract

You also get a magic number every 6 months where you can call number unlimited (orange number)

Also you get free broadband for 18 months 2mb
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banned#1
Seems a bit rubbish compared to the vodafone deal posted on here. Cold from me.
#2
also be aware that orange strip out features such as the voip
#3
Vodafone dont give you unlimited texts or free broadband orange do, also you can make unlimted calls to landlines and orange phones via broadband evenings and weekends
#4
Can you port your number on this deal?

Also it doesnt mention broadband, guess you sign up after you get phone?
#5
Yea once you sign up you ring orange to arrange broadband and yes number porting is easy all you need is pac number
#6
They have only got a few left
#7
and you can definately get free broadband, is it uncapped?
#8
Yes def get it, I got it its capped at 2gb but thats plenty and best of all its free with the contract, All new users can get it, however if you want uncapped then its a £5 a month more then you also get 8mb speed and its wireless
#9
the site keeps throwing me out :(
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Just thought i would add folks that you can also do this instore @ orange. I mean you can get 500 xnet mins unlimited texts + free broadband.

The n95 is £89.99 granted but instore we are doing £100 buyback which means bring in any old phone (just the phone no charger) and we credit your account with £100 so you would actually make £10 profit or if you prefer to simply look at it as just under 3 months line rental free.

Up to you but just wanted to give heads up.

box
#11
oooh thats better boxblu cheers will leave you both rep
#12
I've posted here before about the N95 - you must remember that when you use the Nokia navigation software you will be charged for GPS data because of the way that the Nokia software works. Personally speaking, there are better deals to be had at Vodafone.
#13
Rather doubt it Vodafone charge £25 a month on top of the £35 a month, thats means with Vodafone you pay £60 a month
banned#14
MR T
Yes def get it, I got it its capped at 2gb but thats plenty and best of all its free with the contract, All new users can get it, however if you want uncapped then its a £5 a month more then you also get 8mb speed and its wireless

Any idea what the limit is with the 'uncapped' as im quite a heavy user i'm using well over 30gb per month and thats a minimum on a quiet month.

Have heard horror stories about these supposed free broadband offer

edit: found it...

Fair Use Policy for Broadband

If you're on either our unlimited or uncapped broadband service then our Fair Use Policy applies to you.
Why have one?
Well it's designed to make sure your broadband service is fast and reliable whenever you use it.
Some of our broadband customers use file sharing software and download large files like music and videos. This uses up lots of network capacity leaving less available for you. If they're doing this at peak times, it could mean that the speed of your broadband service will be affected.
Am I likely to be affected by the Fair Use Policy?
If you don't use file sharing software or download large files from the Internet it's unlikely you'll ever be affected by this policy. If you do, all we ask is that you do so considerately, perhaps by downloading outside the peak hours of 6pm to 11pm.
What will happen if my use is very high?
If you only occasionally have very high usage, we're unlikely to be concerned unless it becomes a regular occurrence. If this does happen then we'll get in touch to help you find ways to reduce your usage.
If your usage continues to be very high, we'll get in touch again. Ultimately, if your usage still remains excessive despite our attempts to help you reduce it, we may have to suspend your service and possibly close your account.
We don't want to do that, and with your support and goodwill we'll work with you to see if we can avoid this happening.
Last revised 14 February 2006
#15
MR T
Rather doubt it Vodafone charge £25 a month on top of the £35 a month, thats means with Vodafone you pay £60 a month


What's the extra £25 for? I couldn't find any mentiion of that in the T&C's..
#16
sicknote
I've posted here before about the N95 - you must remember that when you use the Nokia navigation software you will be charged for GPS data because of the way that the Nokia software works.

And as was responded to you before its not necessary to connect to the data if you download it to your phone memory card. Sigh!

Talking of memory cards there have been several people in the deal requests forum asking where you (sicknote) found the 4 spectacular deals you say you have for miniSD cards . Any chance of letting us in on your secrets?
#17
Im waiting on three to release this fone but got this from the Three advisor:

[Mike] When will three release the Nokia N95?
[Nipoon] May be later in June. I'm sorry, we are unable to give timings for the launch of new handsets. Due to testing and pricing agreements, this information is subject to change. However please check [url]www.three.co.uk[/url] for the latest information.
#18
Quick question, can anyone confirm if Orange provide their free Broadband service if you purchase a >£35 per month contract through one of the cashback providers or do you have to buy direct from Orange to get the free broadband. It is for my Mum so I really want to be certain about the answer.

Thanks
#19
mikeyp
Im waiting on three to release this fone but got this from the Three advisor:

[Mike] When will three release the Nokia N95?
[Nipoon] May be later in June. I'm sorry, we are unable to give timings for the launch of new handsets. Due to testing and pricing agreements, this information is subject to change. However please check [url]www.three.co.uk[/url] for the latest information.



The word is 3 wont be offering this phone on contract :?
#20
Soundless
Quick question, can anyone confirm if Orange provide their free Broadband service if you purchase a >£35 per month contract through one of the cashback providers or do you have to buy direct from Orange to get the free broadband. It is for my Mum so I really want to be certain about the answer.

Thanks


No you can still sign up. Once you have your contract ur an existing customer so you can get broadband, check link below:

http://freebb.orange.co.uk/offerinfo/

Ring 0800 079 0169 to register for it.
#21
If you are on a £30 or above on orange you are entitled to free broadband! I work for the Orange Shop and we get customers coming from cowboys4u and carphone wh*rehouse all the time. Souldn't be a problem as long as you are on one of these tariffs. No harm in checking with orange direct anyway.

Bear in mind everyone if you are currently in a deal with orange on a £30+ you are entitled to broadband but it will start you on a new 18 month term because the phone and broadband need to run together.

Hope this helps :)
#22
I should be getting my shinny new phone tomorrow cant wait, broadband is set to be installed on the 17th
#23
boxblu
If you are on a £30 or above on orange you are entitled to free broadband! I work for the Orange Shop and we get customers coming from cowboys4u and carphone wh*rehouse all the time. Souldn't be a problem as long as you are on one of these tariffs. No harm in checking with orange direct anyway.

Bear in mind everyone if you are currently in a deal with orange on a £30+ you are entitled to broadband but it will start you on a new 18 month term because the phone and broadband need to run together.

Hope this helps :)


I was told today at work, that with the 8meg broadband, which you get a "free" router, apparantly you have to pay an extra £2.50 a month for rental...

sounds like crap, also i don't need a router, will i be able to haggle freebies out of the salesperson, or get it for a cheaper price (either contract or my phone)
#24
No mate if you are taking the wired option: 2gb limit, 2meg speed it's free

If you want up to 8 meg broadband, wireless router and free international calls (from the router) you have to pay £5 extra.

As far as haggling goes, give it a shot. At orange we really don't throw in accesories or anything but it had been done before to close the deal.

box
#25
do you price match deals online where cashback is involved? i'm after a new phone/plan and seen a few deals on thelink.com but would much prefer to go through orange themselves. Would mentioning I'm moving over from another network get me any perks in store? And what about price matching other networks retention offers? Sorry for all the questions just trying to find the best possible deals
#26
mikeyp/boxblu

Thanks for the answers. What a great forum!

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