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    Is it??> Sorry, that is the only package I have used
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    11% of Normal Blood Count. I must avoid the temptations of Pizza!!!
    Ian married "Jasmin" LiHong on 19/8/11. Heidi Born 21/1/13

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    Yes I have a experience with giffgaff and it provides goods services. But if you want to get more reliable services then at least one time try to use callcentrall services.

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    Albert my keen spidey spam sensors detect that your Pakistani IP and Australian ISP choice may mean you're a spammer.
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    I and my family have been on Orange EQ Virgin tariff for 10 YEARS.
    Just got a letter from Orange:
    As of 1st May, call charges going up 500% !!!. Previously FREE voicemail will cost 25p send and receive !
    They wrote some garbage about 'aligning tariffs, but if fact they want to KILL it stone dead ! Honesty ? They don't now the meaning of it !
    Bye Orange !

    So we will all be joining my older daughter at Giff Gaff. (She had to have the unlimited texts..!)
    Though I will miss the ability to send voicemail, rather then call, very useful if you or the recipient is driving.
    Oh, and I don't do texting....

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    Lately it seems like Orange/EE are doing everything they can to lose customers rather than gain them, often by scrapping the older and less lucrative tariffs/promotions. But they're doing this at a time when rivals often have more competitive alternatives. Hmm..
    Mark 'Winter' Jackson
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    Orange lost me to GiffGaff a few months ago; they didnt even try to offer me a better deal as my contract was over, despite that fact I have been an Orange customer since the original Nokia Orange.

    My only gripe with GiffGaff is that their system doesnt let you have more than one SIM per user, I have three, one for my phone, one for SWMBO's, and one for my netbook, so I have to run three accounts.
    Captain Cretin
    11% of Normal Blood Count. I must avoid the temptations of Pizza!!!
    Ian married "Jasmin" LiHong on 19/8/11. Heidi Born 21/1/13

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    GiffGaff is also alot slower data wise and it has a horrid proxy system

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    I found OVIVO by way of a recommendation and have to say the pricing is Very good. Better than GiffGaff.

    I've got a data plan with them for the whole sum of nothing per month. My Dad has phone as does sister in law. Can't fault them.
    I remember having an ISP once...

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