Today, Orange are revamping their broadband products in order to simplify the offerings that are available to consumers. The new products are slightly cheaper than previously and although they are trying to simplify the products, there are 4 prices for each one. The price you pay will depend if you are an orange mobile customer or if you live in an area where orange have rolled out their LLU network. The cheapest broadband offering is now £7.50 which includes up to 20meg broadband, off peak calls and unlimited usage (subject to fair-usage policy). This price includes a £15 discount over those non-orange customers in a non-orange LLU area and is dependent on paying Orange for your phone line rental instead of BT. As an added bonus, Orange mobile customers can get 3 months free if they sign up to the broadband with off peak calls package.
Just read this at thinkbroadband, But what's the story with them? I thought they packed It all In?