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Sunday, December 4, 2011

Orange UK price increase attracts criticism

OrangeThere’s been a lot press interest in the recent decision by Orange UK to increase its ‘pay monthly’ price plan charges by 4.34% from 8th January 2012. The company says ‘out of plan’ charges - additional calls, text messages and data - will not be changing.

In a set of questions and answers on its website, Orange points out that its terms and conditions allow it to increase charges by up to the RPI figure in any 12 month period - and notes that the 4.34% increase in its tariffs is less than the 5.4% rate of inflation.

[Additional coverage: guardian.co.uk; Telegraph.co.uk; moneysavingexpert.com]

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John

12/5/2011 6:56 AM

They also have seemed to pulled the free txt messages from their website?

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