Orange offer could tempt business users
4 August 2009 — 10:28 AM
Orange has announced an update of its offerings to the small and medium enterprise sector with the new plans that provide greater flexibility and value.
Users of the Orange Business Sense tariff can now sign up for a 24-month deal that provides unlimited free network-to-network calls.
In addition, subscribers get to nominate ten landlines that get the same cost-free access, with a choice of either 1,000 texts or 1,000 minutes of international calls per month thrown in.
Business Solo customers choose between an 18 or 24-month contract and get unlimited email via the BlackBerry Internet Service, whereas Business SIM Only users get their own inclusive minutes package.
Martin Lyne, a spokesman for Orange UK, said: "Our business tariffs aim to take the headache out of choosing a contract by offering a more flexible contract which is both easy to understand and tailor as well as offering great value for money."
The network's current line of professionally-focused handset includes the BlackBerry 8520.
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