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Orange £7 sim

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Hello,

I've been lurking on here for a while looking for a unlock solution before buying!

Orange now do a £7 Dolphin SIM only contract with 150 minutes. 500 texts and 250mb data so i've decided to go for that instead.

Just thought I'd let you know as it's a great alternative to waiting months for an unlock code to use on another network...

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250mb of data,orange are so tight.

When I had my giffgaff sim in my blade,I was using 4gb+ every month. :lol:

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That link goes to orange via top cash back, am I right in assuming you will get cashback for everyone who registers using your link?

BTW this looks like a 12 month contract (and you can get £35 cashback from topcashbackbiggrin.gif) so it's propbably not ideal for anyone just wanting to wait out the 3 months till an unlock code can be ordered.

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Pathetic limits. Orange are terrible.

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Pathetic limits. Orange are terrible.

giffgaff is the way forward :).

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Giff Gaff is the way forward especially now they have there data goody bags

Andrew

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Giff Gaff is far too expensive (At least compared to swapping sims when they run out of credit getting which ever is priced the best at the time)

Network performance is nowhere near as good as 3 where I am either (and supposedly I have 900mhz 3G activated here).

If they did just unlimited data (Or a better than 500MB cap) for £5 might be worth it.

(Don't like the fact that even though they are pretty much a subsidiary of O2 (same parent company) they come up with FUD about O2 saying we must do this.

If they wanted to give the customer a better deal they could - fact).

If you are going to commit to spending might as well be on a contract can probably get a better deal. (With cashback possibly).

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Best way to treat the mobile networks is like a drug addict treats drug cartels.

(i.e you need them for your fix but don't be under any illusion that they give a crap about anything more than your money (and are willing to do anything at all possible if it serves their interest so be careful.)

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