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“free Weekend Texts For 6 Months”

Discussion in 'Mobile Phones Forum' started by PhilipVass, Apr 16, 2004.

  1. PhilipVass

    PhilipVass
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    From
    http://www.mobilesuk.net/payasyougo/orangenppoffer.htm

    So does this mean i can use the unopened orange sim card i have kicking around the house and register to take advantage of this offer? :rolleyes:
     
  2. hwharton

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    Depends on how you got the sim card. If you bought it as a Sim card only, for use in a handset you already own then no. Notice the requirement for a new handset:

    In order to be eligible for the free weekend text promotion, the SIM card *accompanying the new handset* must be registered within the Eligibility Period.

    If you got the sim card with a new handset, both from orange but never registered the handset with orange then you should be ok.
     
  3. PhilipVass

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    How can they tell if i got it with my phone or not?
     
  4. hwharton

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    Well i would imagine you could ask the person that originally bought the handset/sim card, if you have the receipt then it would be on there. It is unlikely that you bought the sim card with out a handset if you aren't usung the SIM card in the phone, and if you had got it with a handset that it would have been registered already.
     
  5. PhilipVass

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    I have the receipt i bought the phone 2 months ago and i have a new sim card so i could say i never registered it right?
     
  6. hwharton

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    Should be ok, as long as the SIM card isn't already registered (Try using it to phone someone else, if you can it's been registered) and the cost of the original handset was over £69.99.
     

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