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  1. #16
    Jon
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    Re: Orange PAYG PAC at no cost?

    [email protected] declared for all the world to hear...
    > Want to move to Easymobile from Orange PAYG, and keep the number.
    > A) Is there any way of calling Orange without it costing shed loads
    > as I listen to them telling me how important customer service is?


    It only costs 25p to call customer services and get a PAC. If you define
    "shedloads" as 25p then you have my pity.

    > B) What is Easymobile really? Which network?


    T-Mobile I believe.
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    Jon



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  2. #17
    Ivor Jones
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    Re: Orange PAYG PAC at no cost?



    "Sean" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > a8359 wrote:
    >
    > > u can get the easy rates from tesco mobile as well..
    > > less hassle..

    > How is it less hassle on Tesco?


    No 75p/month minimum charge for a start.

    Ivor





  3. #18

    Re: Orange PAYG PAC at no cost?

    On Wed, 31 May 2006 15:41:30 GMT, Mary Pegg
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I make very few outgoing calls or texts but the Easymobile tarriff
    >looks like it will save me a few quid. Any caveats to be aware of?


    Yes. If you don't spend 5 in three months, easymobile charge you line
    rental of 75p per month. This charge makes Tesco mobile a better bet
    for many people.

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  4. #19
    Mary Pegg
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    Re: Orange PAYG PAC at no cost?

    Jon wrote:

    > [email protected] declared for all the world to hear...
    >> Want to move to Easymobile from Orange PAYG, and keep the number.
    >> A) Is there any way of calling Orange without it costing shed loads
    >> as I listen to them telling me how important customer service is?

    >
    > It only costs 25p to call customer services and get a PAC. If you define


    From a landline? No credit left on my mobile and I didn't want to
    get any more before moving.



  5. #20
    Mary Pegg
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    Re: Orange PAYG PAC at no cost?

    [email protected] wrote:

    > On Wed, 31 May 2006 15:41:30 GMT, Mary Pegg
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>I make very few outgoing calls or texts but the Easymobile tarriff
    >>looks like it will save me a few quid. Any caveats to be aware of?

    >
    > Yes. If you don't spend 5 in three months, easymobile charge you line
    > rental of 75p per month. This charge makes Tesco mobile a better bet
    > for many people.


    If you are a very low user... otherwise easymobile's text charge of 5p
    is very attractive...



  6. #21
    Ivor Jones
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    Re: Orange PAYG PAC at no cost?



    "Mary Pegg" <[email protected]> wrote in
    message news:[email protected]
    > Jon wrote:
    >
    > > [email protected] declared for all the
    > > world to hear...
    > > > Want to move to Easymobile from Orange PAYG, and keep
    > > > the number. A) Is there any way of calling Orange
    > > > without it costing shed loads as I listen to them
    > > > telling me how important customer service is?

    > >
    > > It only costs 25p to call customer services and get a
    > > PAC. If you define

    >
    > From a landline? No credit left on my mobile and I
    > didn't want to get any more before moving.


    It's free from a landline..! 0800 079 5000, don't recall offhand which
    options to press but it's in there somewhere. Maybe Mr. Terry can
    oblige..?

    Ivor





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