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htc desire upgrade on virgin ovp tariff £250 @ Orange
htc desire upgrade on virgin ovp tariff £250 @ Orange

htc desire upgrade on virgin ovp tariff £250 @ Orange

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orange offered me an htc desire for £250 with my virgin ovp contract.

decided against it myself as i need an unlocked unbranded phone.

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So where is the deal for all to be obtained...this is a one off offer for a specific customer...cold

Same question mate.....where is this deal found?>?

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i guess you use your brain and ringup orange if you have an old virgin ovp tariff

Timmmmaaaaaaaayyyyy!!!

As others mentioned it's a custom deal for you. Worthless to others.

I'm on an Orange OVP for Virgin and was told a couple of years ago that they won't allow 3G on it. Did you find different?

I know Orange and T-mobile have now merged, but I thought Virgin Mobile use T-mobile?

Londonguy i guess you use your brain and ringup orange if you have an old virgin ovp tariff

Why do you have to be so nasty? It's a fair question it's possible that they called you or in store!

So virgin may do this for their existing customers, or even new customers on their virgin ovp tariff. Thus seems a reasonable deal to have posted, for the benefit of others. May have been useful to have included what the tariff details are.

equalityforall

So virgin may do this for their existing customers, or even new customers … So virgin may do this for their existing customers, or even new customers on their virgin ovp tariff. Thus seems a reasonable deal to have posted, for the benefit of others. May have been useful to have included what the tariff details are.



Orange's "Orange Value Promise - Virgin Mobile" tariff is not available to new customers - it's been ring-fenced for years. The idea was that it would match Virgin's post-paid tariff and have the benefits of an Orange contract. Those benefits have disappeared over the years as FT have sought to wreck the brand and destroy goodwill. OVP-VM on Line One with Everyday50 on Line 2 was once a neat combination.

A few years ago they allowed upgrades on OVP-VM for a while on their website and there was a rush until they realised their mistake. I'm amazed that they offered an upgrade on a tariff that can be billed at zero for month after month and wrecks their Average Revenue Per User figures.

Not voting either way, as the offer is a bit specific..... but

I just got a pretty good Desire offer from Orange too, anyone after one perhaps should try them as they are doing deals.
P.S. Mine was £50 up front, £17.50/m 800mins UL Txt & 500Mb Web, 24 months, going from PAYG to contract.

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sconto

Londonguy i guess you use your brain and ringup orange if you have an old … Londonguy i guess you use your brain and ringup orange if you have an old virgin ovp tariffWhy do you have to be so nasty? It's a fair question it's possible that they called you or in store!



because it`s a stupid statement , i dont see people complaing about the o2 offer ?
surely this is only usefull just to o2 customers not the masses.

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JonBoy

Orange's "Orange Value Promise - Virgin Mobile" tariff is not available … Orange's "Orange Value Promise - Virgin Mobile" tariff is not available to new customers - it's been ring-fenced for years. The idea was that it would match Virgin's post-paid tariff and have the benefits of an Orange contract. Those benefits have disappeared over the years as FT have sought to wreck the brand and destroy goodwill. OVP-VM on Line One with Everyday50 on Line 2 was once a neat combination.A few years ago they allowed upgrades on OVP-VM for a while on their website and there was a rush until they realised their mistake. I'm amazed that they offered an upgrade on a tariff that can be billed at zero for month after month and wrecks their Average Revenue Per User figures.



indeed they did they sent me a free n70 , and i dont even use the sim card
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