by carrotmuseum Established Contributor
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sim only plan £6.50

Is there a cheap sim pnly deal for current Orange customers to switch to?  I saw soemthing somewhere about a £6.50 deal?

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by Grand Master
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Re: sim only plan £6.50

Hi @carrotmuseum

 

EE SIM only deals can be found here.

 

The cheapest seems to be £11. Maybe if you speak to CS they will offer a cheaper deal to upgrading customers? 

 

Thanks




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by Grand Master
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Re: sim only plan £6.50

If you want to stay with PAYG but with EE you could Move to EE pay as you go From Orange and T-Mobile & gain £10 free credit. There you can get £5 or £10 SIM packs. Once you've got your EE SIM there is a greater range of packs you may switch to - see Pay as you go packs explained .

 

You may need to get your Orange phone unlocked to take an EE SIM, but they should do it for you if you are switching brands.

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Re: sim only plan £6.50

Hi @carrotmuseum and welcome to the community.

 

Please see the advice above, hope this helped.

 

Many thanks,

 

Lee

by carrotmuseum Established Contributor
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Re: sim only plan £6.50

 nope "the above" explains nothing. Link to price plans has no mention of £6.50 plan. Mystery isn't it?

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by
EE Employee

Re: sim only plan £6.50

Hi @carroltmuseum

 

I've looked through our offers and price guide and cant see a £6.50 plan.

 

I will look further into it for you.

 

Many thanks,

 

Lee

by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: sim only plan £6.50

Not, really. I've never seen a £6.50 plan. It just doesn't exist. I have given you all the info. on the ones that do exist. If you've seen a £6.50 plan then please post its link.

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by carrotmuseum Established Contributor
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Re: sim only plan £6.50

I believe it is one they offer if you threaten to leave Orange rather than
move to EE. It's a stunt they often pull. Don't publicise it or people
might take it up rather than a "normal" one, twice the profit.
by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: sim only plan £6.50

Then threaten to leave & see if they offer it you. Your OP asked about switching. I can only comment on those publicly available & so will anyone here.

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