Orange - 20MB Unlimited Broadband for existing Orange Mobile customers - 18 month contract - 70p per month with Quidco, £6.25 per month without - HotUKDeals
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If you already have an Orange mobile you can get Unlimited 20-meg Broadband for £7.50 a month on an 18 month contract. The first 3 months are free and you can get an additional £100 cashback if you go through Quidco. This makes the price £12.50 for the full 18 months. That's not £12.50 per month but £12.50 for the full 18 months, i.e. 69.5p per month. In addition to this you get a free N rated Router which is a Netgear N150 which is worth £40. You also need to switch your phone rental from BT to Orange but the phone rental with Orange is only £11.50 per month which is cheaper than BT.
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#1
I called Orange to cancel my mobile phone as Tesco's were doing a SIM only deal with 500 minutes anytime talk 500 texts and unlimited web access for £10 a month. Orange offered me 300 minutes, 300 texts and 500 MB of data for £10 a month. So I stuck with Orange and also took out this broadband contract.
#2
y did u stik with orange with the sim eventhough they still offered you less than tesco?
#3
also the network is not all dat
#4
can payg orange user get this offer?
#5
desikuri
y did u stik with orange with the sim eventhough they still offered you less than tesco?

maybe weak tesco or o2 signal in his area...
02 have the weakest signal at my area but i really like the tesco offered. T_T
#6
Offer is typical for a mobile phone provider: Highly confusing, so people are bound to make mistakes and end up paying too much. That's how they make their money; this is not for me.

Quidco musn't be included in the quoted price, BTW (it's never guaranteed).




Edited By: pet2000 on Oct 30, 2010 08:58: spelling
#7
I have this from Oraneg since May and its been great i have been with most providers in my life and Orange are by far the best in terms of service, speed and reliability. This may only be as they are unbundled in my area, but they are great for me
#8
desikuri
y did u stik with orange with the sim eventhough they still offered you less than tesco?
I stuck with Orange which is how I got this offer. I don't use all my 300 minuttes each month so it didn't matter that Tesco had an extra 200 minutes on their plan.

seancsc
can payg orange user get this offer?
No you have to have a contract and if you cancel your mobile contract during the 18 months of your broadband the monthly broadband fee will go up to £10 per month.
#9
pet2000
Offer is typical for a mobile phone provider: Highly confusing, so people are bound to make mistakes and end up paying too much. That's how they make their money; this is not for me.
It is nothing like the typical mobile phone offer when you have to apply from redemption, this offer is very straight forward.
pet2000
Quidco musn't be included in the quoted price, BTW (it's never guaranteed).
I've change the description to not have the Quidco price as the main price, even without Quidco it is a very good deal for unlimited broadband.

Edited By: PSmith222 on Oct 30, 2010 09:23: .
#10
what is the early termination fee?
#11
morales
what is the early termination fee?

Ts&Cs below, so you might need to fork out the full £12.50 to terminate your contract.

17. term and termination

17.1 You may cancel these Agreements at any time prior to the Start Date. You agree that we shall begin the provision of the Services on the Start Date. After the Start Date you will not be able to end these Agreements except as set out in this paragraph 17. This does not affect any statutory rights that you have as a consumer, if those rights cannot be excluded or limited. Please contact your local authority Trading Standards Department or the Citizens Advice Bureau for information on your statutory rights. If you are an existing customer taking broadband services and you subscribe for either Broadband Starter or Broadband Unlimited you may be required to commit to a new Minimum Period.

17.2 The Agreements may be terminated as follows:
17.2.1 by us on 30 days' notice, unless we terminate pursuant to paragraphs 2.2, 2.4, 2.5, 9.3 and 15.8 with less notice or without notice;
17.2.2 by you giving notice if we inform you of a material change to the Services or we give notice of an amendment to the relevant Agreement pursuant to paragraph 18, where such changes are to your detriment, and your notice shall take effect upon the earlier of seven days from our receipt of your notice or the date upon which the amended Agreement or Services would otherwise have taken effect; or
17.2.3 subject to paragraphs 17.1 and by you giving us 30 days' notice.

17.3 If you give notice of termination of the Broadband Starter Agreement, or we terminate that agreement pursuant to paragraph 2.3, 2.6, 9.3 or 15.8 during the Minimum Period, you must pay all Charges that would otherwise have been payable under the Broadband Starter Agreement during the Minimum Period. If you give notice of termination of the Broadband Unlimited Agreement, or we terminate that agreement pursuant to paragraph 2.3, 4.9 9.3 or 15.8 during the Minimum Period, you must pay all Charges that would otherwise have been payable under the Broadband Unlimited Agreement during the Minimum Period.

17.3.1 In order to transfer your service to a different provider you need to request a MAC code that you should give to your new broadband provider. You can request to receive the MAC Code by email or letter. We aim to provide the MAC Code to you within 5 working days of your contacting us. A Mac Code expires after 30 days. We can only provide a new Code once the previous one has expired. The request of a MAC code does not immediately cancel an account.

17.3.2 When you terminate your Broadband Agreement and any Minimum Period has expired the termination is subject to 30 days’ notice that will be applied to your Broadband account when the MAC Code is used. Further details about MAC Codes are available here.

17.3.3 After your new broadband service provider receives the MAC code normally your broadband connection will be switched to the new service provider within 10 working days.

17.4 If you give notice of termination of the Broadband Starter Agreement, or we terminate that agreement pursuant to paragraph 2.5, 9.3, 15.8 or 17.4 during the Minimum Period, you must pay all the charges for Broadband Starter as if you did not receive that service as part of this offer (at the standard charge set out on our Price List) from the date of termination until the end of the Minimum Period.

17.5 We may also terminate the Agreements or any part of them or suspend the supply of any of the Services to you, immediately and without notice if:
17.5.1 if you cease to be Eligible;
17.5.2 you breach these Terms of Use;
17.5.3 you or any person using your account misuses the Services in any way, including, without limitation, misuse in the manner set out under paragraph 9;
17.5.4 bankruptcy or other insolvency proceedings are brought against you, or if you are unable to pay your debts as they become due or fail to make payments as they fall due;
17.5.5 you are no longer able lawfully to receive the Services;
17.5.6 you no longer have an appropriate residential telephone account as required in these Terms of Use;
17.5.7 we receive a complaint from a third party that appears to be justified regarding your use of the Services; or
17.5.8 we can no longer provide the Services or provide the Services in a way that we deem appropriate.

17.6 If any of the events detailed in paragraph 17.4 occur as a result of your default, we may suspend the Services or any one Service without prejudice to our right to terminate the Broadband Starter Agreement or Broadband Unlimited Agreement. Where the Services are suspended under this paragraph 17.5 you must continue to pay all the Charges due in respect of the Services until the Agreements are terminated.

17.7 On termination of any of the Agreements we will have the right to automatically terminate the remaining Agreement immediately and without further notice to you.

17.8 As permitted by law on termination of the Agreements, we reserve the right to reuse the telephone number that was allocated to you.

17.9 On termination of the Agreements for whatever reason, you agree to return the Equipment or the Livebox (or both if applicable) and all parts of them to us.

17.10 Termination in accordance with this paragraph 17 shall not prejudice or affect any right of action or remedy which shall have accrued or shall thereafter accrue to any party and all provisions which are expressed to survive these Agreements or impliedly do so shall remain in full force and effect.

17.11 In the event of termination, all the information we are storing on your behalf on our servers may be deleted and in particular we may delete all the emails in your email account. Charges billed and/or paid in advance to the end of the next billing period shall not be pro rated or refunded.

Edited By: PSmith222 on Oct 30, 2010 10:48: .
#12
i rang up, to confirm, you will need to pay the full line rental to cancel.
#13
5867dude
And, hot deal OP, but with Oranges Line Rental, so they will sting you for calls.
You also get free off peak calls, so they don;t really sting you for calls. Also, if you pay an extra £2.50 per month you get free anytime calls.
#14
PSmith222
5867dude
And, hot deal OP, but with Oranges Line Rental, so they will sting you for calls.
You also get free off peak calls, so they don;t really sting you for calls. Also, if you pay an extra £2.50 per month you get free anytime calls.

Careful now! You need to look at the T&C + Price List (which I've downloaded) and you will notice that Orange charges you 5p per minute on third party provider calls made abroad. BT charges are 0.5p per minute for the same service. An 1 hour call with orange would cost you therefore £3 and with BT the same call cost you 30p. This is a huge difference if you make overseas' calls regularely (like me).

This is what I meant with "hidden" complicated tariffs, which are confusing and people usually pay more in the end.

Look at your pattern of how you use your phone and then calculate the difference using their price list. In my case Orange would only be topped by Virgin Media for cost. BT/o2 combined services or Post Office/o2 in my case are the cheapest.
#15
Someone has expired this deal though it is still active:
http://www.quidco.com/orange-home-broadband/
can this be unexpired?

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