Advantages Cheap, reliable, good handsets, great coverage
Disadvantages Expensive to use abroad
Last year Orange were the network offering the best pay as you go service, offering the first pay as you go tariff that gave reasonable call charges – 35p peak and 10p off peak and having no service charge or expiry dates on call vouchers. The other networks soon all followed suit and offered similar services to Orange and like many other of my friends I have since changed to BTCellnet for cheaper call rates.
Currently the cheapest and best value pay as you network to be on is BTCellnet, however is customer service compromised as a result of cheaper call rates? Well read on and you’ll find out…
PEAK RATES (Per minute)Landline ~~~ 25p
WEEKEND (Per minute)Landline ~~~ 2p
EVENING (Per minute)Landline ~~~ 10p
Voicemail ~~~ 10p per minute at all times
Text (SMS) ~~~ 10 per text at all times
BTCellnet offer all of the best handsets on pay as you go and have phones to suit all budgets. They have cheap phones like the Motorola V2288, which I am a proud owner of, and expensive fashionable mobiles like the Nokia 8210 and Samsung SGHA300.
The two main extras on BTCellnet are Findme, Trafficline, Dictationline and WAP. Findme is available to all BTCellnet customers on Pay as you go and is a very useful service. Dial 1500 from your mobile and you will be told of the nearest cash machine, taxi, hotel, cinema or restaurant.
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|Make of phone||Motorola|
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