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  1. #1
    eyup
    Guest
    Hi,

    I'm coming to upgrade time and my special offer contract dies also. I've
    been looking at the Orange tariffs and they all now seam pants. I'm
    currently on 120mins any network any time, 500 texts and 3mb GPRS a month
    for 23 a month. I use approx 450 texts a month and all my minutes, often
    going over.

    Text allowances now seam massively lower. Am i missing something? I know i
    got a good deal last year but options seam to be well down. After working it
    out my bills going to be nearer 50 on current usage!

    Anyone spotted any good tariffs available? I'm a smartphone fan and the new
    SPV C600 is the number one goal.

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Are there any decent
    "combined" (text and call) tariffs around before i have to seriously
    reconsider my usage patterns :-s


    Thanks





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  2. #2
    Thunderbug
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    Re: Orange - Cross network call time & lots of texts

    eyup wrote:
    > Hi,
    >
    > I use approx 450 texts a month and all my minutes
    > fter working it
    > out my bills going to be nearer 50 on current usage!
    >
    > Anyone spotted any good tariffs available? I'm a smartphone fan and the new
    > SPV C600 is the number one goal.


    Maybe look at T-Mobile's web-n-walk? 100 mins x-net 13pm, 500 txts
    20pm with 40MB web usage.

    It is an 18 mth contract though and 6 months are 28 so you're looking
    at 38pm average over 18mths. Fewer minutes but more megabytes -
    perhaps use some VoIP to balance it out?

    The SDAII or MDA Compact II are both free with that contract. Not your
    23 but cheaper than 50.

    450 txts a month though, that's 15 a day - do your thumbs look like
    biceps?



  3. #3
    eyup
    Guest

    Re: Orange - Cross network call time & lots of texts


    "Thunderbug" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news[email protected]
    > eyup wrote:
    >> Hi,
    >>
    >> I use approx 450 texts a month and all my minutes
    > > fter working it
    >> out my bills going to be nearer 50 on current usage!
    >>
    >> Anyone spotted any good tariffs available? I'm a smartphone fan and the
    >> new SPV C600 is the number one goal.

    >
    > Maybe look at T-Mobile's web-n-walk? 100 mins x-net 13pm, 500 txts 20pm
    > with 40MB web usage.
    >
    > It is an 18 mth contract though and 6 months are 28 so you're looking at
    > 38pm average over 18mths. Fewer minutes but more megabytes - perhaps use
    > some VoIP to balance it out?
    >
    > The SDAII or MDA Compact II are both free with that contract. Not your
    > 23 but cheaper than 50.
    >
    > 450 txts a month though, that's 15 a day - do your thumbs look like
    > biceps?


    i know! I honestly do not know how it gets that high! cheers for reply.





  4. #4
    Cheeky
    Guest

    Re: Orange - Cross network call time & lots of texts

    On Thu, 5 Jan 2006 22:21:46 -0000, "eyup" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Hi,
    >
    >I'm coming to upgrade time and my special offer contract dies also. I've
    >been looking at the Orange tariffs and they all now seam pants. I'm
    >currently on 120mins any network any time, 500 texts and 3mb GPRS a month
    >for 23 a month. I use approx 450 texts a month and all my minutes, often
    >going over.
    >
    >Text allowances now seam massively lower. Am i missing something? I know i
    >got a good deal last year but options seam to be well down. After working it
    >out my bills going to be nearer 50 on current usage!
    >
    >Anyone spotted any good tariffs available? I'm a smartphone fan and the new
    >SPV C600 is the number one goal.
    >
    >Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Are there any decent
    >"combined" (text and call) tariffs around before i have to seriously
    >reconsider my usage patterns :-s
    >
    >
    >Thanks
    >


    02 - 1000 texts and 400 x-net minutes for either 25 or 30 quid a
    month... ex got a price match on it last month.



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