5/5/2010 2:34:00 PM
Orange extends animal plans to mobile broadband
Orange is extending its animal plans to mobile broadband customers with the launch of Panther, Dolphin and Racoon tariffs. The plans launch today (5 May).
The tariffs, which form part of the network's mobile broadband refresh, are designed to make it even easier for customers to choose a plan that 'suits their personal lifestyle'.
For 15 a month, Dolphin provides an hour of unlimited surfing at a time of a customer's choosing. Customers can pick a Happy Hour that suits their lifestyle from; 8am-9am (the morning commute), 12-1pm (lunch break), 4pm-5pm (late afternoon) or 10pm-11pm (late night).
Starting at £25 a month, the Panther plan is designed for people that want an all-inclusive mobile broadband package. It provides either 10GB or unlimited data a month.
Meanwhile, the Racoon plan, which starts at £5 per month, is designed for occasional or light surfing.
Select Panther, Dolphin and Racoon plans are now also available with laptops on 24 month plans. With these packages, customers can own either the Asus 1005HGO netbook or the Compaq CQ61 full-size notebook by paying an additional £15 to £20 per month on top of their monthly mobile broadband plan.
Asif Aziz, director of broadband and home, at Orange UK said: 'Our mobile animal plans have been extremely popular as they allow customers to quickly select the right package which is best for them - so weve decided to extend these to our mobile broadband range making it easier for customers to find the tariff that meets their digital needs and which is best suited to their personal lifestyle.'