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AdvantagesGood range of tarrifs, excellent customer service, Good range of phones

DisadvantagesYou have to pay to retrieve voicemail (dont they make enough money?)

...couldnt get anywhere near this deal, and so i decided to join up. I joined using the very easy to use orange website, after filling in the online form with my details, i was told on screen that credit checks had to be done and they would email me. Two days later an email arrived saying that everything was ok, and that my phone would be despatched the next day, which it very promptly...

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AdvantagesNice phone that is very responsive and I have had no real issues with it

DisadvantagesCan be slippery without a case, battery time could be slightly better, could be cheaper

.... Appearance This phone is available in 5 colours ? pink, blue, green, yellow and white.  I went for the blue as I thought it was the nicest colour.  I had been slightly tempted by the pink as well but up close, I thought it wasn?t a nice shade of pink so blue was an obvious choice for me.  The phone itself has a width of 5.5cm and is just over 12cm in height.  The depth of the phone is less than 1cm...

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“Who wants an Orange”

published 18/04/2003

AdvantagesFree customer care on contract

DisadvantagesChoice of phones is somewhat limited

...Orange, more than just a colour, more than just a fruit, it?s the name of one of the four main UK mobile communication networks. But is it any good, and if it is, why? I am about to reveal. Orange offers a stupidly high number of tariffs. In fact, more than any other network. This is because of their value match policy, which means that if you like the look of another tariff on any UK network...

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