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Orange: iPhone 3G (free) /3GS (£125 extra) for £29 a month + £50 quidco

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With the other Tmobile deal, I'm surprised this hasn't been posted. iPhone 3G is £29.36 a month on a 24 month contract, no cost for the phone. iPhone 3GS has a one off of £125 on their £29.36 c… Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
With the other Tmobile deal, I'm surprised this hasn't been posted.

iPhone 3G is £29.36 a month on a 24 month contract, no cost for the phone.
iPhone 3GS has a one off of £125 on their £29.36 contract

Lots of options, check out the website

Quidco are currently offering £50 cashback for new contracts
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#1
Think these might be unlocked?
#2
Looks like £50 Quidco too.
#3
with quidco too this is a stonker
#4
Beware the Orange 'unlimited data' is infact very limited if you are going to use streaming music/video.
#5
preciousb
Think these might be unlocked?


no, iPhones are not supplied anywhere unlocked legally
#6
robertr
Beware the Orange 'unlimited data' is infact very limited if you are going to use streaming music/video.


Glad somebody pointed this out. 750Mb per month doesn't go that far.:thumbsup:
#7
24 month....
#8
edited to include quidco - thanks for finding that out
#9
Tigga!
no, iPhones are not supplied anywhere unlocked legally


except Italy ;-)
#10
its not hard to unloock them or to jailbreakl the,m...peopel are far too senstive or scared

either way this deal is rubbish look at what you pay for the phone outright..wasste of money
#11
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Glad somebody pointed this out. 750Mb per month doesn't go that far.:thumbsup:


i had a raw deal from orange. had a touch hd , great to view you tube.. in hours you could end up exceeding the 750 MB data. and the before i knew i already had a £30 pound data bill slapped on me!
Called up orange this time to check about the iphone data exceeding and what would they do if it does. the rep said they would notify before start charging.
Also worth clarifying.. is the 750 MB data is 3G and wifi both included? Again if you are a keen you tube video watcher as me you would easily excced that month after month.
Not sore.. just disgusted with tricky marketing ways of orange!
#12
Cheaper to buy them un-contracted and get a cheap o2 contract
#13
It's even worse on pay as you go: only 250MB! Then, after the 12 month free period is over, it looks like pay as you go customers who want to continue to have a data bundle will have to pay £5 per WEEK rather than the £10 a month O2 charge.

If they change the above then I would definately consider getting an Orange iPhone.

Haven't voted either way.

Edit: I doubt Quidco would pay out on iPhone purchases but will be pleasantly surprised if they do.
#14
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Glad somebody pointed this out. 750Mb per month doesn't go that far.:thumbsup:


What do O2 provide? true unlimited?
#15
Tigga!
no, iPhones are not supplied anywhere unlocked legally


incorrect,
1) you have been able to buy unlocked phones for months legally from many retailers, they come unsubsidised and thus very expensive
2) t-mobile in the uk, under certain circumstances (premium customers threatening to leave to o2), has been providing unlocked iphones for months, which they are allowed to do up to a certain volume
#16
sdl811
What do O2 provide? true unlimited?


In theory yes but you have to play fair. I dont know anybody who has had a problem and they use there phone all the time. It seems if you over use it you get 3 text warnings then 2 letters before they take action. This I have been informed but I have no way of knowing if this is true, but it seems logical.

Here is a clip it from o2's T&C.

* You may not use your SIM Card:
o in, or connected to, any other device including modems;
o to allow the continuous streaming of any audio / video content, enable Voice over Internet (Voip), P2P or file sharing; or
o in such a way that adversely impacts the service to other O2 customers.

If O2 reasonably suspects you are not acting in accordance with this policy O2 reserves the right to impose further charges, impose network protection controls which may reduce your speed of transmission or disconnect your tariff at any time, having attempted to contact you first.
#17
isn't Vodaphone due to release the iphone too ??? keep an eye out for offers ?
#18
Orange have just confirmed to me:

"I can confirm that the data bundles you mention in your email are currently the only ones available for Pay As You Go customers. However because the iPhone is only just being released the bundles available may have changed by the time the 12 months are up."

So, at the moment, after the 12 months it will be £1 per day or £5 per week - you get 500MB mind (although Orange themselves seem to be adamant that not many people will exceed 173MB per week) but the total outlay over a month will be much higher than on O2.

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