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Jameslayer

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Hello I am able to leave my current contract which is with Orange and am looking at what contract to get(This I understand) but I am thrown by all the diffrnt phones avaible. At the moment I have a samsung galaxy apollo i5801 which i dont like. I find it slow, unresponsive, and frankly rubbish. So I do need a new phone. I would like my new phone to do these jobs *browse the net *youtube *emails *Make calls *Play games or apps

My budget for the contract is £20 to £30 and I would like it to have: *unlimited texts *Free minutes 200 *data usage 500mb

I could also put £50 towards a handset. Thanks in advance all

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Woolwell

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Suggest you go into some phone stores and ask to play with a few.

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Forum Editor

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I agree with Woolwell. The first thing to do is choose the handset you like, then set about finding a network that will provide you with the package you want, and the phone.

You may find that you have to do quite a bit of research, and some compromise might be necessary, but in the end you'll get a package that will be acceptable, although the amount you have to pay for the phone may vary.

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