Orange £5 pm tariff - 50 mins + 50 texts per month 36 month contract with 2 free phones (1 now, 1 in 18 months) - HotUKDeals
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This is going to be availiable very soon.

Note this is not a cashback deal - it is part of a range of new low end tariffs.

Not suitable for heavy users but certainly a better deal for low end PAYG users with a basic new phone free every 18 months too. Plus Orange Wednesdays too!

"Orange has announced it is to offer a £5 monthly tariff, apparently the lowest contract price point on the market. The £5 option will be offered alongside new £10 and £15 monthly plans - with a 3-year tie-in the catch.

To ease fears of commitment-phobes, Orange says the 36-month "value plans" provide customers with two handsets - one when they sign-up and another after 18 months.

With the £5 plan, customers get 50 free minutes, 50 free texts and a Nokia 2630 handset. The £10 offering provides 100 free minutes, 300 free texts and a Nokia 3600 handset while the £15 monthly payment sees 200 free minutes, unlimited texts and a Nokia 6500 slide handset."

Above taken from Pocket-lint.com

We will see if they will allow it, but in theory you could get £50 quidco as well....
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#1
The £5 plan might be of use to someone, but the £10 deal isn't great. Vodafone have a £10 a month plan, 24 month contract, free phone, 100 mins 500 texts. Even better, if you have a handset is the sim-only £10 deal - 100mins, 500 texts, 1 month rolling contract.
#2
As cheap as it is at £5 per month, I really wouldn't want to sign up for 3 years.
#3
what!!! 36 months??? are you insane
#4
great deal for low users like myself, had enough of chasing the 'latest' phones and you cant get better than £5 a a month! Have some heat, also sell the phones if your happy with the one you have and have some free months
#5
To be fair, this is not aimed at probably the typical tech savvy deal hunter, but at those like my inlaws/grandmother who are on PAYG and have kept the same handset for several years. They dont care about new handsets and have stayed on the same network PAYG for years.

This is who this is perfect for - 36 months wth 2 new handsets would be a significant improvement. I am sure there are loads of people such as the elderly or other low mobile users who dont want the faf of top ups and could benefit from this deal who may even spend more than £5 a month anyway.
#6
Hmmm...will mobile networks decide to do 4/5/6 year contracts? These handsets are not that expensive to buy in the 1st place.
#7
Never Never Never take a 36 months contract...
#8
Can't help but feel that some folks are missing the point. £5 per month over 36 month = £180. People are quite happy to sign up to £30 per month tarrifs for 12 or 18 months costing £360 and £540 respectively - two to three times what this contract will cost.

This will be great for my mum, who's been on PAYG for ages with the same phone "because she's used to it and knows where everything is". If you want the latest and greatest phone with all the features, you can get it, just not for £5 per month.

Yes, agreed it's not a lot of minutes and it's not a fantastic phone, but what do you expect for £5 a month - you can't even buy 2 pints for a fiver, and Orange are giving you a phone and free minutes. Throw in the Orange Wednesdays offer of 2 for 1 Cinema and Pizza and this deal is an absolute bargain.

Voted hot from me !
#9
Cheaper to buy a payg phone and use on of the new sim deals. NEVER sign up for 36 months.
banned#10
statistically you've got more chance of being dead after 36months than seeing the end of your contract
#11
I think this will suit a few people. Danger is going over your allowance and running up a mega bill.A few years back my wife was paying £14 amonth for 50 minutes and 500SMS...so not that far away

Some decent discounts on the higher end phones

http://www.buymobilephones.net/mobile-phones/Orange/Orange-5-(36mths)/3,741,8
#12
I’m already paying £5 a month for 50 mins / 50 texts / 10M data (enough for emails etc) on a 12 month contract including a free HTC S620 phone… if you’ve already got bt broadband its the BT Broadband Anywhere deal which is an extra fiver on top of their unlimited package. Oh, and includes unlimited wi-fi access on the phone on any btopenzone wi-fi (or partner) hot spot and support for voip.
#13
Not currently offered online just instore so no quidco,was in orange store this morning, the £5 tariff had just launched, if it is offered online in the weeks ahead expect the £50 quidco to be slashed! Also noticed (not sure when this changed) if you upgrade your orange pay and go handset in store you now have to pay the £10 minimum top up where as before you didnt.confirmed with sales assistant no offer of broadband discounts is available with this tariff
#14
Answerphone is 25p per minute!! :w00t:
#15
bazza1603
I think this will suit a few people. Danger is going over your allowance and running up a mega bill.A few years back my wife was paying £14 amonth for 50 minutes and 500SMS...so not that far away

Some decent discounts on the higher end phones

http://www.buymobilephones.net/mobile-phones/Orange/Orange-5-(36mths)/3,741,8

Nokia 6300 is a better phone and it's free
#16
robot1000
Answerphone is 25p per minute!! :w00t:


yeah complete rip off, does anyone know if calling voicemail even comes out of the 50 mins or charged extra?
one thing about orange you still cant put a credit limit on your account
#17
I have to admit that I am staggered that it has got SO cold for this! Is this heading for a record in how cold it is!? LOL
Considering Orange Wednesdays, you need to go to the cinema once in every 6-8 weeks and it will have been paid for! (London cinema prices almost £10 now).

This is a replacement for low PAYG users.... but I am not sure people are seeing that.
#18
I'll put some heat on as i was told you get magic numbers with it -- if this is so then for kids calling parents and orange home broadband phone it starts to make sense ie unlimited calls and texts ? . However the skype phones from three and the fact three allow you to put a montly limit on kids phones would avoid the waiting to reach 50 mins when it is ouch @ 25p a min.
#19
Be better if this was a sim only deal 30 day contract @ £4 a month :-D without locking you into a 3 year contract, i would imagainge upgrading after 18 months as in £5 tariff, this would tie you into another 3 years?

:whistling:
#20
Bully
Be better if this was a sim only deal 30 day contract @ £4 a month :-D without locking you into a 3 year contract, i would imagainge upgrading after 18 months as in £5 tariff, this would tie you into another 3 years?

:whistling:


No, I think its more like two 18 month contracts back to back, whereby you get a new handset before you start the last 18 months.

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