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    Best £20/pm Mobile Deal?

    Hi,

    Am currently on Vodafone's £10/pm SIM only deal however I am finding myself exceeding the text allowance. Also, I am in need for a new phone as I have suffered with my annoying e900 for too long!

    What's the best deal out there for between £15-20/pm with a minimum of 500-700 texts which I am currently using preferably unlimited or 1000?

    Orange do a £20/pm plan which offers 200 minutes and unlimited texts and also allows me to get the Sony Ericsson C902 for free. I'm fairly happy with that (except that "feature" the C902 has which displays the first line of the text in the alert with no option to turn it off) however am wondering if there's anything better to be had? Not willing to go for a cashback deal though.

    Thanks

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    if you do the orange one you get free broadband. you get more minutes if you phone orange direct you get more minutes. dont think theres any better deals at the mo fo that price a month. good hunting.

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    if you do the orange one you get free broadband. you get more minutes if … if you do the orange one you get free broadband. you get more minutes if you phone orange direct you get more minutes. dont think theres any better deals at the mo fo that price a month. good hunting.



    I was thinking that's probably the best one out there thanks.

    Just two things - I already have Orange Home Broadband Max I believe it's called (their top package with the livebox/unlmited/phone etc). At the time I took that out I remember reading something about a reduction in the cost (something like £5 off?) if I took a plan out? Do you know if that's the case?

    Also you mention about ringing Orange. Do you mean I am able to call to negotiate the plan (much like you can with dell and their specs)?

    if youre an orange customer you can phone 150 from youre phone for free. not sure what number is if youre paying for broadband. ive never paid for mine as ive been with orange for a few years now. if you get speak to orange direct they usually offer a better deal than the shops. a good tip is to call into the shop, see what they offer then phone orange direct. they offer different deals and try to get youre business. the only thing i have found with orange is that they dont offer very good phones. a shop assistant showed me a printout that said i was not a good customer as i didnt go over my limit eg downloading music and sending phot mesages. so they couldnt offer me a good phone. hope this helps
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