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Mobile & Wireless

Orange UK refreshes mobile broadband plans

Wednesday 5 May 2010 | 12:02 CET | News
Orange UK is refreshing its mobile broadband offering by extending its animal plans to mobile broadband customers with the launch of Panther, Dolphin and Racoon plans from 05 May. Dolphin costs GBP 15 per month and provides customers with one hour of unlimited surfing at a time of their choice. Customers can pick a 'Happy Hour' that suits their lifestyle from the following; 8am-9am (the morning commute), 12-1pm (lunch break), 4pm-5pm (late afternoon) or 10pm-11pm (late night). Customers can also get 3 GB of data per month with an 18-month contract or 2 GB of data per month on a 1-month rolling contract. Panther Mobile Broadband starts from GBP 25 per month and provides either 10 GB or unlimited data each month. Racoon Mobile Broadband starts from GBP 5 per month and is targeted at customers wanting occasional or light surfing. All mobile broadband customers on 18 month contracts receive a dongle for free (Huawei E1752) or can buy the Option 515M for GBP 20. The latter comes with a free 8 GB memory card (while stocks last). Select Panther, Dolphin and Racoon plans are now also available with laptops on 24 month plans. With these packages, customers can get either the Asus 1005HGO netbook or the Compaq CQ61 full-size notebook by paying an extra GBP 15-GBP 20 per month on top of their monthly mobile broadband plan. Meanwhile, Orange has retained its position as the top mobile broadband provider in the UK for the third consecutive quarter, according to the latest dongle tracker survey from YouGov. The latest research from April shows that customers ranked Orange top in six categories; overall value for money, customer service, overall quality, upload speeds, getting connected and reliability in the evenings.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Everything Everywhere (Orange UK )
Countries: United Kingdom
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