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    Help understanding orange quidco

    Hi
    im thinking of buying a blackberry curve 8520 which is £139.99 plus you need to buy £20 top up.
    So its £159.99 and i have £18 credit from that orange fund taking it to £141.99 and looking on the quidco site thay says:

    £12 for Pay-As-You-Go handsets (value of £60.00 to £149.99)
    £30 for Pay-As-You-Go handsets (value of £150.00 and above)

    so which one would i qualify for i know the final price is less than the £150 but it was over that originally.
    Great if anyone knows cheers
    steve

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    the handset never went over £150, a supplementary product made you surpass £150, therefore its £12 quidco im afraid...

    teshnit

    the handset never went over £150, a supplementary product made you … the handset never went over £150, a supplementary product made you surpass £150, therefore its £12 quidco im afraid...



    +1 btw i am going to sell my blackberry curve 9300, brand new sealed for around £230 soon on hotukdeals so watch out if you want it
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