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Which Tariff is best for me?

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Found 5th Jun 2009
Looking for a pay as you go tariff with the best offers for texting, I am a very light user..never make phone calls at all and probably just use a few quid in texting each month, I have been living off free credit from Sims I got from HUKD for about a year but have now run out and will have to pay for some.

Ideally looking to just top up a tenner and get as many free texts as possible out of that, then cheap text rates.

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Probably not the best deal but I am on Orange PAYG and top up £10 month. I get 300 free texts but no free minutes.

ASDA PAYG

4p per text / 8p per minute calls (landline or mobile)

49p for SIMcard from store.

You can take your current number with you.

Yeah, Asda

Piggybacks on Vodafone.

You can migrate your old number, you get t'Internet,, MMS, SMS and wotnot.

Original Poster

Thankies thankies.

On the Orange one do the 300 free texts carry over, or do you only have a month to use them?

Ta

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Thankies thankies.On the Orange one do the 300 free texts carry over, or … Thankies thankies.On the Orange one do the 300 free texts carry over, or do you only have a month to use them? Ta


You have to use them so basically it's a tenner a month for 300 free texts then you get your £10 worth of calls.

Get the orange dolphin 15 100 mins unlimited texts orange weds free calls to others in your group 2 months internet free and a free phone 2 year contract 15 pounds a month

If you're 16-25 (i think?) you can get a free blyk sim
gives you £15 free credit a month in return for receiving the occassional advert (i get around 2-3 a day max).
Seems to have got harder to get an invite lately though...but well worth it if you can get one.

I posted this before noticing the above post.

The BEST deal you will ever find for a sim card is with a company called Blyk.

They were set up to provide a free sim card and £15 credit each month for students at university.

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It isn't easy to receive a sim card as you are supposed to be student. I signed up at a university open day.

So it's absolutely free, your sim card gets automatically topped up with £15 every month. They make money from adverts, although I only receive one a week.


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