Orange promises to 'shake up the market'
1 June 2009 — 2:30 PM
Recycling your phone could provide the freedom to switch to a new monthly tariff costing £5.
The deal, which is said to be the lowest in price on the market, has been introduced by Orange in order to "shake up the mobile market".
Consumers are given a handset when they enter into the agreement, with a replacement later on.
Also available are £10 and £15 monthly tariffs. All of the new offers are tied into 36-month contracts.
Neil Macgeorge is the director of Pay Monthly at Orange and said there has been an increase in the need for low-cost plans.
The new tariffs, he added, are "ideal for people who don't want to go through a top-up process [and] are happy to commit to a contract".
Mr Macgeorge also explained that it could be good for those who like to receive a handset with their contract.
Consumers who are thinking of obtaining a new one this way can make some money by recycling their phone.
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