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Sign up for orange broadband at £14.99 a month (24 month contract) and get first 3 months half price

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Deal starts Thursday. Its for the £14.99 and £19.99 a month broadband packages. This is good if you are paying 15-20 a month anyway for internet. In store only Sorry missed out the important part, …
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banned9y, 8m agoFound 9 years, 8 months ago
Deal starts Thursday. Its for the £14.99 and £19.99 a month broadband packages. This is good if you are paying 15-20 a month anyway for internet. In store only

Sorry missed out the important part, You get £300 pound off any laptop, Including clearance ones
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#1
As I pointed out on MSE, take out a contract, get the voucher, then download as much as you can until they close your account and terminate the contract :)
banned#2
Sorry I didnt make it very clear in the title, The deal is if you sign up for orange broadband in currys from this thursday, you can have £300 of any laptop and you also get the first 3 months half price
banned#3
Can a mod please change the title to include you get £300 off laptop, Thanks
#4
Erm am i a bit slow or can you get free broadband with orange ??????? ehhhhh yes you can , 24 x £15 = £300 , thats the discount your getting off laptop , gosh i must be dumb , maybe i will go to currys lol
#5
This seems like a mega bad deal. Come on, 24 month contract, to join the an ISP thats been voted the "worst ISP of the year"
http://www.orangeproblems.co.uk/watchdog/
#6
God I would not touch this company with a barge pole for Broadband even if they gave it completely free. They have got to have the worst customer service record ever. Thankfully - I got out after the 12 mths ended!!!
#7
That's why you need to go the "abuse the fair usage policy" way. Download lots of stuff non stop 24/7 and they'll close your account.

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.
#8
Totoriko
That's why you need to go the "abuse the fair usage policy" way. Download lots of stuff non stop 24/7 and they'll close your account.

Technically that sounds like a good idea but in practice, it sounds like a lot of hassle.

You first need to cancel your current ISP, then change over to orange. Knowing how slow these companies work, this could take over a month.

Then download like crazy for at least 3+ months. I'm currently with AOL cause of their unlimited download offer... lies. I've had my speed capped (I can only get around 60kbp at peak times). A letter saying that if I keep downloading I'll have my service terminated.
#9
Or they could just throttle your speed back to 250kb and your stuck on that for next 2 yrs :whistling:
#10
Personally, never had a problem with Orange, must be one of the lucky ones :thumbsup:

I assume that this is just a standard broadband deal and it's currys offering the £300 laptop voucher?

Only mentioning because if it is, then there's no reason why you can't take up this offer, get your broadband going, buy a mobile from another retailer (one of those 12 month free by cashback on a 12 month contract) and then use this new mobile to obtain your broadband for free for the year.
Obviously, when the first year is up, buy another mobile and run that for your second year.

Unless I'm missing something blindingly obvious (it's late and not really concentrating), in theory you get broadband, £300 laptop voucher, new phone, quidco on phone all for free for 2 years, in a round-about sort of way :?

Please feel free to find the holes in this.
#11
SilverBlack
Or they could just throttle your speed back to 250kb and your stuck on that for next 2 yrs :whistling:


No mention of throttling in the T&Cs.
#12
I am on orange £19.99 a month, not had 1 problem. No loss of connection and download at least 50gb a month and they haven't done a thing to my broadband.

So each to their own, Orange is 10x better than what I had with AOL. :thumbsup:
#13
defgimp
Personally, never had a problem with Orange, must be one of the lucky ones :thumbsup:

I assume that this is just a standard broadband deal and it's currys offering the £300 laptop voucher?

Only mentioning because if it is, then there's no reason why you can't take up this offer, get your broadband going, buy a mobile from another retailer (one of those 12 month free by cashback on a 12 month contract) and then use this new mobile to obtain your broadband for free for the year.
Obviously, when the first year is up, buy another mobile and run that for your second year.

Unless I'm missing something blindingly obvious (it's late and not really concentrating), in theory you get broadband, £300 laptop voucher, new phone, quidco on phone all for free for 2 years, in a round-about sort of way :?

Please feel free to find the holes in this.


no. if you sign a contract to pay £whatever a month you cant then get a phone and switch your broadband over to it..
banned#14
Just to point out but that survey states BT is the best supplier of broadband but also the 3rd worst? In fact proportionally by the amount of votes cast orange were 3rd worst supplier.
#15
I have a 16months free rental 18month mobile contract from buy mobile phones.

£5/month for the unlimited

Only downside being Orange is the only LLU capable isp not doing ADSL2 (up to 24mbit speeds)
#16
I have had no trouble with my orange broadband, it works great. I pay £5 with my mobile contract.
#17
i have orange, and i have never had a problem. for the price i pay and the service i get i wouldnt change to anyone.
I may cancel though and try take advantage of this offer
#18
matkavs
I am on orange £19.99 a month, not had 1 problem. No loss of connection and download at least 50gb a month and they haven't done a thing to my broadband.

So each to their own, Orange is 10x better than what I had with AOL. :thumbsup:


AOL says their package is unlimited but in the small print there is a "fair usage policy" (60GB). I share my connection with two other people and my net stats have clocked me doing 160GB+ a month, not including the other two people.
#19
smokedog
AOL says their package is unlimited but in the small print there is a "fair usage policy" (60GB). I share my connection with two other people and my net stats have clocked me doing 160GB+ a month, not including the other two people.


160GB a month? damn....what you downloading?? the entire internet? :p
#20
ryoooh
no. if you sign a contract to pay £whatever a month you cant then get a phone and switch your broadband over to it..


I'm not so sure.

I was already on Wanadoo/Orange broadband and then bought a new mobile. Rang them up changed it to the free broadband deal no problem. I was outside any original contract and had to agree to a new 12 month broadband one, which wasn't a problem as the phone was on a 18 month contract anyway.
Maybe therein lies the problem? Although I didn't notice anything on Orange about not being able to join the scheme at any time?

To me it all comes down to who is giving you what?

Mobiles with money/cashback/freebies included in the contract are an offer from the retailer, not Orange. As long as you have bought the qualifying product, Orange don't seem to care what you are getting for free from someone else.

Which comes back to my original point. If Currys are offering the £300 laptop voucher and not Orange then still can't see why it wouldn't work:?

All IMHO. No expert, just seemed possible in theory.

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