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HTC Desire HD - 18 Month Contract - Best Deal

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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
Righty...

Absolute nightmare searching on this site sometimes.

Anyone able to point me in the direction of the best deal (cheapest) for a HTC Desire HD, with an 18 month contract and data included. Also at a min, 300 minutes as part of the contract.

No redemption offers please - can't stand them

Thanks!
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Just doing a quick search the one below isn't too bad - 300 mins and 300 texts and unlimited internet. 18 month contract and free handset. No redemption to worry about and £15 automatic cashback and £30 cashback if you go through quidco. £25 per month. Others can probably find better but just a quick search.

http://www.buymobilephones.net/mobile-phones/HTC/HTC-Desire-HD/T-Mobile/T-Mobile-25-(18mths)-inc.-Internet/7481136

If others find better please post.
#2
Thats a bloody good deal mate, thanks. Wonder if anyone can find cheaper.
#3
spritey
Thats a bloody good deal mate, thanks. Wonder if anyone can find cheaper.


Not too bad for 18 months - unsure how long it lasts as on the pic of the phone it says "big Feb deals end today" however could just be a marketing ploy and simply get extended.
#4
Just wanted to say thanks

Did further searching – seems the cheapest with internet and good amount of mins / texts.

Added the unlimited landline booster for an extra £5, as you can cancel or change it every 30 days.

Means that i can keep it for 12 months, drop the booster, sell the Phone for £150 and pay off the remaining term and change again.

Was going to go for the HTC Incredible S – but seems like the same phone – only smaller. Also more expensive on contract.

Edited By: spritey on Mar 01, 2011 11:39: .
#5
Hope you enjoy your new phone. I did a similar contract with same company last year (on a T-Mobile deal) and the fact you can swap the boosters each month is quite good - we go abroad a few times so just add the Euro booster before we go and works out great.
#6
Yeah, i’m not a massive fan of T-Mobile personally. But since they’ve given everyone the ability to roam on Orange, it’s definitely more appealing.

I’ve got an iPhone 4 – but managed to get out of my contract early due to a T&C change. Decided i may aswell sell it, as i’d quite like to go back onto Android.

While i love the iPhone 4 – i find Internet browser so much better on a large mobile. Even going from the Desire to the iPhone 4, the size difference was very noticeable.

Unfortunately i like to go on 12 or 18 month contacts at the most. If it’s an 18 month, the contract has to be cheap enough so i can i’ll be able to pay it off by selling the phone after 12 months, as i like to swap and change allot.

Booster is great, as most my calls are to Landlines anyway. So the mins only being 300 isn’t an issue. I also go abroad for work, so the ability to change that will be handy. Although work tend to cover any mobile use when you’re away, providing you don’t go mental.

Edited By: spritey on Mar 01, 2011 12:47

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