Mobile recycling may allow users to take up Orange offer
6 September 2010 — 11:54 AM
Orange has improved its range of animal tariffs for pay-as-you-go customers, which could tempt people to recycle their existing mobile phone.
The company is offering those on its Money charge the chance to be rewarded each time they top up with £5 of credit, while Racoon customers can enjoy 12p per minute phone calls.
Meanwhile, those who love to chat may find themselves well-suited to Canary, with its free evening and weekend calls sure to be a popular feature with many.
Pippa Dunn, vice-president at Orange Propositions, says: "We have enhanced our pay-as-you-go animal packages to ensure we meet our customers' changing needs and continuously provide good value."
Other tariffs include Camel, which hands out free international minutes when mobile users top up, while Monkey is said to be ideal for youngsters as it is tailored to music fans.
Orange has recently launched a new advertising campaign featuring Hollywood star Jack Black.
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