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2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago
Hi, I currently have two phone accounts for my Children a vodaphone @£8 a month and an Orange Panther at £10.50. They both want new phones and I am a Virgin customer so was looking at the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini Blue for £11 a month for each of them. Is this a good deal or is there anything better?
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2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago
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#1
Only 250 mb data.

What do they use the phone for? Is it just calls/texts? What age are they as it will have to last them 2 years.
#2
Hi, they only use them for text really not much data use and a few calls. They are 13 and 15 so two years is ok
#4
That's the deal i would have recommended too, you also can have 250 extra texts, mins or mb's if you have more than 1 tesco contract in family.
#5
Tesco mobile is great for youngsters as the contacts are capped. You now have to choose a safety buffer though but if it isn't used then you are not charged.

My son has a galaxy s3 mini on Tesco though has had it for nearly a year now. The galaxy s3 phones are not too expansive these days so not sure if buying the phones and then taking out the £7.50 deal would be an option?

As others have said you can get extra mins etc with their family perks if you have more than one phone/contract :)
#6
how about this

http://www.uswitch.com/mobiles/yourdeal/?_cid=94182120

500 mins, 500 texts, 500mb data £12.50 a month, not a bad budget smartphone.

or this

http://www.uswitch.com/mobiles/yourdeal/?_cid=94182348

500 mins, unlimited texts, 250 mb data, samsung s3 mini white £11.99
#7
check your online billing to see what their past usage has been like
if i was a teenager with a smartphone, 250mb allowance would crush my soul! (i really like data)
#8
Thanks will have a look at Tesco

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