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Why choose Orange PAYG?

A  Pay As You Go phone from Orange gives you the freedom to pay as little or as much as you like onto your phone each month, with no long term contracts or fixed monthly fees to worry about. Just top-up your credit whenever you like and only pay for what you use!

Reasons to Choose Orange Pay As You Go:

  • Use the T-Mobile network as well as Orange network for free.
  • Orange Reserve Tank provides extra credit for emergencies.
  • ´Phone Fund’ helps towards cost of a phone upgrade.

Orange Pay As You Go Information

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  • Tariff Information

    Orange offer a range of Pay As You Go tariffs with differing benefits. Some tariffs include benefits that are automatically applied, while others are based on a minimum monthly top-up. As with other Orange tariffs, Pay As You Go plans are separated into different categories represented by animals.

    Monkey tariffsThe ‘Monkey’ tariff is aimed at music lovers and provides access to free music through Orange’s online music player. To qualify for free music, customers must top-up a minimum amount each month. Top ups also reward users with free texts and a small daily internet allowance, with larger top-ups providing more text messages.

    Dolphin tariffsThe ‘Dolphin’ tariff offers users free texts and internet every month that they top-up. Larger top-ups earn larger data allowances and more free texts.

     

    Canary TariffsThe ‘Canary’ tariff offers free evening and weekend minutes and texts to customers. All minutes and messages must be used on weekends or between 7pm and 7am on weekdays, and more are earned for higher top-ups.

    Racoon tariffsThe ‘Racoon’ plan doesn’t offer any special benefits for topping up minimum amounts each month, but instead offers Orange’s lowest standard call rate. Raccoon plans lack some of the added benefits of other Orange Pay As You Go plans, such as Magic Numbers or Reserve Tank.

    Camel tariffsFinally, the ‘Camel’ tariff is aimed at people who frequently make international calls. This tariff includes low international rates and free international calling minutes users who top up over a minimum amount per month. Note that only selected countries are included in these offers.

  • Transfer Procedure
    • Select your new PAYG tariff and sign up as usual.
    • Contact your current provider and ask them for a ‘PAC’, or Porting Authorisation Code. This is the code Orange need to transfer your number.
    • When you have your PAC, contact Orange and give them the code along with your details.
    • Orange will automatically process the transfer from there

    See network contact details.

  • Data Allowance

    Mobile data is available on PAYG from Orange through a number of options:

    • Customers on the Monkey tariff get a 2 MB per day internet pass when they top up.
    • Customers on the Dolphin plan get a data allowance to use over a month when they top up. The size of the allowance depends on the size of the top-up.
    • Customers on the Dolphin, Monkey, Camel or Canary plans have a maximum daily ‘pay as you browse’ charge, subject to a usage cap. Customers on the Racoon plan are charged per MB for mobile internet access.