Now, I am sure we'd all like unlimited for free, but the key word here is reasonable. I'd like to think that at least somebody from Orange drops by here and may see this thread, or maybe somebody here might officially let them know of our general consensus and perhaps, just perhaps, the prices might get more reasonable before crunch time.
Personally, I think the £6 price for 10Mb sounds about right - that's enough to browse the web, do some email, maybe some IM and at least make reasonable use of the phone. Possibly something like £1 per Mb after that.
It can't be unreasonable for Orange to supply the data at that cost, as they have made an unlimited WAP GPRS (with a "fair use policy" limit at 10Mb) available on Your Plan for £4 per month. The extra £2 would cover the fact that your data has to go in and out of Orange's servers, unlike for WAP.
So what I'd like to see is that at the end of April, everyone already on the package is offered the same deal they are already on, but with a hard limit in place, beyond which it is charged as above. Perhaps make the deal conditional to it being for personal and not business use.
Anyone else's thoughts?