Orange Promotional Codes for December 2016
Now operating as EE, Orange are one of the UK’s most trusted service providers who have brought you the beloved Orange Wednesdays. EE combines the latest models with competitive contract and pay-as-you-go prices. On the high-street for over 20 years, Whether you’re a business or independent …client EE will have a price plan that works for you, ensuring you get the most out of your mobile & superfast 4g broadband. Changing networks or simply want the latest device? EE have a tariff for you. Use one of our promo codes for discounts on your deal today.
How to use Orange Promotional Codes
Keep in touch with Orange
Find a fantastic range of mobiles and tablets at Orange. You'll find your favourite brands, including Apple products, all available with flexible plans including pay as you go options.
Choose a device
Once you've found a mobile or tablet, click "continue." You'll be asked to choose a plan, then you'll be taken to your basket.
Apply your promo code
Open promotionalcodes.org.uk and find the Orange code you'd like to use on your order. Copy the code, then paste it in the box under your basket and click "get discount." Your basket will refresh with the new cost. Choose if you want home delivery or to collect in store, then click "next."
Add your contact information including name, address, phone and email, then click to agree to the terms and conditions. Click "next."
Choose a payment method and enter your card details, then click next to confirm your order. Your new mobile device will be sent to your doorstep or will be ready at the nearest Orange store for collection.
Orange Customer Reviews
I wasn't particularly impressed with Orange before the recent merger with T-Mobile. I'd had dropped calls, regular problems trying to get online and customer services kept on giving me false information when I wanted to change my number. They aren't particularly good but still much better than other mobile phone companies.
I got 2 mobiles through Dialaphone who were great, but DD was setup to pay with Orange and it went ok until I tried to finish the contract,
they told me that it would be cancelled the next Month and that the DD had to come off in advance and I would be refunded a month later. Overall, the service has been good.
After doing the rounds with various mobile broadband networks I have come to the conclusion that Orange.co.uk provides the best service so far. I know things are improving all the time and that may have contributed to the increased quality in reception and download speeds that I’m now experiencing but given what I have learnt I will not be changing from Orange now that I have a reliable and useable service.
My one and only gripe is that their customer services are based in another country and although I only called them initially when I needed some help with configuring my device I think that I would have been much better off if they were UK based. I have to say though that if it means providing a better service at a better price which is what they do then I can suffer having to speak slowly over the phone once every now and then and at least they knew what they were talking about.
I use my broadband with my iPad and I can really compare normal surfing usage with the sort of speeds that I get when I’m at home and this even stretches to streaming content from YouTube and such. I have seriously considered transferring my home broadband to Orange as well but I’m a little concerned about having all my eggs in one basket so I’ll stick with just the mobile broadband from Orange.co.uk for the time being.
I was using Orange a while back and left for another provider because my service was terrible...as others have mentioned dropped calls were an issue routinely and customer service was not always the best. I found that the other provider wasnt much better and honestly the pricing with Orange was more competitive, so when I took a look round I decided to go back to Orange. This time the service has been noticeably improved and whilst it's not what I could call great, it's loads better than what I experienced last time.