That sounds very strange, from my own experiences, I know their customer services are struggling with the amount of new customers, very strange practice to not try and keep the exisitng ones though.Can I just ask whether you got through to a UK call centre? I had a few problems recently with various bits and pieces, kept getting through to the Indian Call centres and didnt have much luck. Eventually got through to a UK call centre, upgraded phone to a 'new customers only deal' got a load of free texts and stuff thrown in extra and was able to upgrade my Wanadoo account to a freebie.
Def a UK call centre.Currently on a 200mins/ 100 text contract @ £30 a month, which I believe is more than the new contracts anyway.Wouldn't budge on the price for the D900, as they reckoned OFCOM had restricted how the network subsidise the charges on upgrades compared to new customer phones, or summit?Load of bull to me...
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does it have to be orangehave you looked for the D900 on a different contract.
a quick serch gave me this...dunno if it helps you though. shop.carphonewarehouse.com/pay-monthly/samsung/d900/vodafone/a75te/
Whatever you do Gnome, DO NOT open a link to the Carphonewhorehouse, if you think Orange are bad at customer service, think ten times worse and to your face.
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Seriously considering a move to Vodafone now....
Didn't Orange make a fuss about the same contracts for existing as well as new customers? Or was that another operator.
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