300 free texts and 50MB free internet included with top-up @ Orange
300 free texts and 50MB free internet included with top-up @ Orange

300 free texts and 50MB free internet included with top-up @ Orange

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For Orange's PAYG Dolphin plan, topup £10 and get 300 texts included and free internet (subject to 50MB limit). Offered on this plan is the LG KS360 for £49 when you top-up £10.

For a low-volume user I thnk this plan represents great value, esp if you consider the text and email usage benefits offered by the KS360. If someone thinks they know a better value deal in the £10/mth bracket then by all means shoot this post down, please don't be too harsh as it's my first post.

Orange's reasong behind the 50MB limit: "Free internet (mobile internet browsing) - usage is UK only and subject to a monthly 50MB cap - any usage over this will be charged at standard rates. Orange considers 50MB sufficient for typical mobile internet browsing usage. It is insufficient for streaming of audio/video content, Pier to Pier, file sharing or Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) calls and internet tethering. If customers do any of this they should expect to exceed the 50MB monthly cap."

According to mobile-phones-uk, features of the LG KS360 include:

* Camera: 2 megapixels
* Video camera
* Display: 262,000 colours, 240 x 320 pixels (2.4 inches)
* Music player: MP3/ AAC/ AAC+/eAAC+ formats
* FM radio
* 64-voice polyphonic ringtones
* Messaging: SMS, EMS, MMS, instant messaging, email
* Java games
* Memory: 15 Mbytes plus microSD memory card (expandable to 4GB)
* Connectivity: Bluetooth
* Internet: WAP 2.0, GPRS, EDGE
* Vibration alert
* Triband
* Size: 102 X 51 X 17 mm
* Weight: 112g
* Talktime: 5 hours
* Battery standby: 444 hours


Dont think this is a good deal as you only getting 50mins of talk time for your £10 as calls are 20p a minute rounded up to the nearest minute,they even charge your for your voicemail.50mb is a very very small amount for browsing even on a mobile.

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If you use your phone to make alot of calls then yes, you'd be better choosing a different PAYG plan, but for text and internet users who don't make large amounts of outbound calls it'd work out good value. I use Asda Mobile PAYG at present and it's just 8p/min, but if you start using internet and email then this will cross the £10/mth line quite quickly.

three pay and go - 150mb internet, skype, 600txts and free 3to3 calls, £10 topup lasts 3months

their PAYG rates are very expensive so not worth it in thelong run.
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