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Upgrading

Discussion in 'Mobile Phones Forum' started by Zombies8MDingo, Jan 18, 2004.

  1. Zombies8MDingo

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    I'm new to the contract scene and am reaching the end of the 12 months. I'm thinking of upgrading but do would I have to give my current mobile back?

    May sound like a stupid question but it's stuck in my head that I might have to and I'm kinda fond of my SPV and I'm hoping to have it unlocked and use with the pay and go sim I have that gives 300 texts for £10 a month, so would be reluctant to give it back.

    Thanks for your help. :)
     
  2. woody67

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    No its yours to keep.

    If you are on Orange, then you can trade any old mobile in for £30. Also if on Orange, consider getting a new number and then 'everyphone' your old number to the new one if you need to.

    This will give you a free phone and a better deal - free 150 photomessages and free weekend texts.

    Most of the other operators will give a better deal for new connections rather than upgrades
     
  3. rct

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    Edited due to incorrect info. :blush:
     
  4. woody67

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    No. I still have 3 numbers 'everyphoned' - one was done just 2 weeks ago.

    I think it is just not mentioned/supported by Orange anymore, but it is still working.

    Edit:
    I think there is some confusion as reading uk.telecom.mobile, some posters say that they had received notices in their statements stating the everyphone was being withdrawn. Others have not received such notices. Good 'ole Orange eh?

    Perhaps the only well to tell is to try it!
     
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    Good to know!
     

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