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Orange juggles broadband price plans

Claims UK's cheapest rate - with caveats

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Orange has tweaked its set of broadband packages, claiming the move makes it the cheapest ISP in the UK.

Maybe, but only if you're also an Orange mobile phone customer, which qualifies you for a £5 discount.

That takes the price of the three packages to £5, £10 and £12.75, respectively. All of them incorporate "unlimited" broadband of up to 20Mb/s. The first also includes off-peak calls, the second all-day calls.

The third package, Simply Broadband, is designed to operate alongside call packages from other provides. So it doesn't include the £12.75 line rental Orange will bill you for the other two packages.

And to all three offerings "an additional £10 a month applies for customers living outside of the Orange network area".

Full details of the three broadband packages at Orange's website. ®

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