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  1. #1
    Bill Gates
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    Just been offered 2900 xnet mins per month for 45 and free broadband on 18
    month contract. Does anyone know what tariff this is?





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  2. #2
    Tom
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    Re: Orange Retentions Tariff


    "Bill Gates" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Just been offered 2900 xnet mins per month for 45 and free broadband on
    > 18 month contract. Does anyone know what tariff this is?
    >

    Yes, the person offering it does.





  3. #3
    Bill Gates
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    Re: Orange Retentions Tariff


    "Tom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Bill Gates" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Just been offered 2900 xnet mins per month for 45 and free broadband on
    >> 18 month contract. Does anyone know what tariff this is?
    >>

    > Yes, the person offering it does.
    >


    Typical response from you.





  4. #4
    R. Mark Clayton
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    Re: Orange Retentions Tariff


    "Tom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Bill Gates" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Just been offered 2900 xnet mins per month for 45 and free broadband on
    >> 18 month contract. Does anyone know what tariff this is?
    >>

    > Yes, the person offering it does.
    >
    >


    If you remembered to ask for the full name and extension of the agent, and
    if the name was intelligible, and if you can ring back when they are on
    duty, and if you can get put through to their extension, and if they are not
    busy with another call (in a call centre!), and if they can find your file
    on the system, and if they can remember what the conversation was last time
    you called, and if the offer is still open, and if you are still eligible
    and if you weren't a tosser you might have tried to answer the question
    instead of coming up with an answer like that - otherwise I suppose the
    person offering it might tell you!





  5. #5
    Ivor Jones
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    Re: Orange Retentions Tariff

    "Bill Gates" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > "Tom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > "Bill Gates" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > > > Just been offered 2900 xnet mins per month for 45
    > > > and free broadband on 18 month contract. Does anyone
    > > > know what tariff this is?

    > > Yes, the person offering it does.
    > >

    >
    > Typical response from you.


    He's right, though. Who else would know..? Retentions can offer almost
    anything on an individual user basis. Just because one person gets a
    particular deal at a particular price is no guarantee anyone else will.

    Ivor





  6. #6

    Re: Orange Retentions Tariff

    I had a potential customer on Orange, who was making large amounts of
    calls abroad using 07744 numbers, and getting a bit annoyed at times
    with the associated delays.

    I therefore suggested that he move to T-Mobile Business1 where many
    calls abroad come out of inclusive mins, plus he would save money.

    Orange, however, came back to him with that same tariff that you have
    mentioned, and I had to agree with him it was therefore worth the extra
    hassle of using callthrough numbers, especially as he was also looking
    to take up the free broadband.

    I still don't know what the tariff is, I'm afraid, but I can at least
    confirm that such a tariff does exist!

    Regards

    Simon Clark
    Business Telecoms




  7. #7
    Steve Terry
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    Re: Orange Retentions Tariff


    <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I had a potential customer on Orange, who was making large amounts of
    > calls abroad using 07744 numbers, and getting a bit annoyed at times
    > with the associated delays.
    >
    > I therefore suggested that he move to T-Mobile Business1 where many
    > calls abroad come out of inclusive mins, plus he would save money.
    >

    I would save a fortune with T Mobile at my Peacehaven address,
    i have to travel half a mile from home to get a T Mobile signal.

    T Mobile for business, if you want to go bankrupt

    Steve Terry






  8. #8
    Jon
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    Re: Orange Retentions Tariff

    [email protected] declared for all the world to hear...
    > Thanks for the response. I do have the agents name and extention. I just
    > wondered if anyone had heard of this deal. It wouldn't be the first time an
    > OCS rep says one thing and the reality is another. I take it your reference
    > to a tosser relates to Tom. I feel my question was straightforward and
    > reasonable, a bit like when Retentions offered Select 500/750, I only
    > enquired to see if anyone was on this tariff.


    Is the name of the tariff that important?
    --
    Regards
    Jon



  9. #9
    Bill Gates
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    Re: Orange Retentions Tariff


    "Jon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > [email protected] declared for all the world to hear...
    >> Thanks for the response. I do have the agents name and extention. I
    >> just
    >> wondered if anyone had heard of this deal. It wouldn't be the first time
    >> an
    >> OCS rep says one thing and the reality is another. I take it your
    >> reference
    >> to a tosser relates to Tom. I feel my question was straightforward and
    >> reasonable, a bit like when Retentions offered Select 500/750, I only
    >> enquired to see if anyone was on this tariff.

    >
    > Is the name of the tariff that important?
    > --
    > Regards
    > Jon


    No, not at all, I just want to ensure that 6 weeks after changing tariff I
    don't get a big nasty bill and then discover the tariff isn't as I expected.
    I have no reason to doubt the very helpful guy I was dealing with but 2900
    xnet minutes and 200 text for 40 does seem by far the best tariff I could
    find. I was only looking for some verification from others who may be on
    this tariff about the specifics of it. I really don't understand why there
    are so many tossers in this newsgroup who answer a question with a question
    with clearly no intent to help. Of course, as you can see from the
    responses I have received, there are some genuine people who do try to help.





  10. #10
    Bill Gates
    Guest

    Re: Orange Retentions Tariff

    <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I had a potential customer on Orange, who was making large amounts of
    > calls abroad using 07744 numbers, and getting a bit annoyed at times
    > with the associated delays.
    >
    > I therefore suggested that he move to T-Mobile Business1 where many
    > calls abroad come out of inclusive mins, plus he would save money.
    >
    > Orange, however, came back to him with that same tariff that you have
    > mentioned, and I had to agree with him it was therefore worth the extra
    > hassle of using callthrough numbers, especially as he was also looking
    > to take up the free broadband.
    >
    > I still don't know what the tariff is, I'm afraid, but I can at least
    > confirm that such a tariff does exist!
    >
    > Regards
    >
    > Simon Clark
    > Business Telecoms
    >


    Simon, thanks for the reply.





  11. #11
    Jon Pitts
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    Re: Orange Retentions Tariff


    <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I had a potential customer on Orange, who was making large amounts of
    > calls abroad using 07744 numbers, and getting a bit annoyed at times
    > with the associated delays.
    >
    > I therefore suggested that he move to T-Mobile Business1 where many
    > calls abroad come out of inclusive mins, plus he would save money.
    >


    I may be missing something obvious, but doesn't "Business Advance" do the
    same?

    http://www.business.orange.co.uk/ser...=1144404016680

    "Orange Business Advance is the first package to include text, data, and UK
    and international voice calls and roaming within a single monthly payment
    plan that can be shared between multiple users, and doesn't require
    commitment to specific amounts of voice or data within the bundle. "

    Regards

    Jon.

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    Jon Pitts
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