Orange will this week tweak its iPhone pay monthly plans to introduce a new package offering unlimited calls and unlimited texts. The plan will cost £75 a month and is only available with a two-year contract. Essentially, it's Orange's former £125-a-month package, reissued for £50 a month less. Like other iPhone packages, the £ …
£75 per month for two years?
That's 1800 quid. 1920 if you want tethering. £3k on the old pricing scheme.
What on earth would posess someone to spend that on a mobile phone... I simply can't comprehend the reasoning. It defies logic.
PH as I feel like her right now: Completely clueless.
Very funny =O/
Price slashed from £utterly rediculous
to merely £crazy.
I always laugh when I see comments like this: "Take out a £75-a-month deal, and Orange will give you the handset - be it an 8GB 3G, a 16GB 3GS or a 32GB 3GS - for free.".
Yes, that's right, the £1,800 you pay ONLY covers the cost of providing you with voice and data services!
I expected better from the Reg! (Or maybe this reporter is working for Orange?)
Includes Visual Voicemail?
I doubt it as Orange don't support Visual Voicemail, much to my chargrin.
It does say the 'deal' (Lol) starts on the Fools Day so maybe they're trying to get a joke in early? I own a 4 bedroom house in a rural Derbyshire village and I don't pay £1,800 in council tax! What a strange world we live in when people are willing to spend so much for a piece of Apple's locked down crap.
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