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T-Mobile Rapport = Huawei U8180
£34.99+£10 top-up = £44.99 but there's £15 cashback through Quidco now and you can sell your payg credit for around £6 so effectively it's gonna cost you £23.99.
For 24 quid you get:
Android 2.2 (upgrade to 2.3 available) mobile phone with GPS, WiFi, HSDPA, 3.2MP camera etc. Simple phone, nearly as good as Blade, Vivacity and Ascend G300 ;))

UNLOCK - around £5 @ ebay through a code (IMEI based).

Last time it was in ASDA in-store, it got over 600 hots, now it's on-line.
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Lakeside#1
I bought two when they were £40 each I think at Asda - for the kids. Very nice phone for the money. Hot from me :)
melted 2 Likes #2
I got one when Asda had them on offer for ~25 quid. It's ok for the money, but the back is a bit creaky and dust has got between the front glass anf the corners of the display :(
Sharpharp#3
Where can you sell your payg credit? Most of the companies are longer processing payments...
Lanse 1 Like #4
Got one of these from asda when they were £19 & are excellent for the money.But nowhere near good as the Ascend G300(Huawei U8815).
themachman#5
£19 at asda a bit back,good little android phone
rob200375#6
Sharpharp
Where can you sell your payg credit? Most of the companies are longer processing payments...

I would like to know as well, searched on google and it seems most have stopped paying due to abuse of system
raefil#7
Picked one up from asda when they were 19 quid. any criticisms at hese kind of prices are churlish TBH. A great little phone for the money.
SteveH99#8
Great if you want to keep track of someone's car whereabouts. Just leave in the seat back pocket, run Endomondo or Wheresmydroid and it will send its GPS co-ordinates back to the website! And spy shops want to charge £500 for a tracking device!
Rubisco#9
This phone is bordering on unusable straight out of the box, but stick CM7 on it and it becomes a different beast altogether.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1259739

Enables multi-touch for a start...
Phil_G#10
I got one of these from ASDA for £19. I dont use it as a phone. It is without doubt the best MP3 player I have ever had. Bluetooth streaming, different apps for music, podcasts and audiobooks, really good batter life and small. Even without the discounts this is a bargain for £44.

Hot!
leeparsons#11
Not the cheapest! I bought mine from asda, for £19 collect and reserve+chasback

Edited By: leeparsons on Sep 27, 2012 09:36
leeparsons#12
Rubisco
This phone is bordering on unusable straight out of the box, but stick CM7 on it and it becomes a different beast altogether.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1259739

Enables multi-touch for a start...
I dsiagree . I have this and compared to my samsung mini, its more faster. Maybe becuase the min keps thinking i dont have enuff memeory which is crap. I havent had this problem, then i havent installed anythink as well
Rubisco#13
leeparsons
Rubisco
This phone is bordering on unusable straight out of the box, but stick CM7 on it and it becomes a different beast altogether.http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1259739Enables multi-touch for a start...
I dsiagree . I have this and compared to my samsung mini, its more faster. Maybe becuase the min keps thinking i dont have enuff memeory which is crap. I havent had this problem, then i havent installed anythink as well
I'm talking from the perspective of someone who has owned a lot of Android phones. The stock ROM on this is a lazy bodge-job. Perhaps borderline unusable is a bit harsh, but honestly, it's a lazy port based on the software for a lesser phone. One that isn't capable of multi-touch, whereas this hardware is.

If you're happy to make do fair enough, but if you think you're up to it, click the link I posted above and carefully follow the instructions, it's worth it trust me :D
Ashan85#14
rob200375
Sharpharp
Where can you sell your payg credit? Most of the companies are longer processing payments...

I would like to know as well, searched on google and it seems most have stopped paying due to abuse of system

getpoundsback.co.uk it's a cashback site. They pay 6.50 in 2 months and 6.25 speedy in 14 days.
I did and it was all ok. Careful though, you have to put the phone number in your profile settings or else won't track.
crazylegs 1 Like #15
SteveH99
Great if you want to keep track of someone's car whereabouts. Just leave in the seat back pocket, run Endomondo or Wheresmydroid and it will send its GPS co-ordinates back to the website! And spy shops want to charge £500 for a tracking device!
Until the battery runs out in about half a day!!! DOH!
laperlenoire#16
honestly this is an awfull phone - btw price is hot
spag#17
If i remember one week ago was £29.99 instore if you are already on Tmobile payg
SonicMan#18
Ordered one
visitorx#19
this phone is a pain.. i bought two from asda direct when they were 40£, gave one as a gift the other one i use and good lord its the slowest phone i have used in my entire life... dust is gathering inside the screen out of nowhere total rubbish dont waste money
ajordn1#20
People need to stop paying to unlock phones

With an android their are 3rd party apps available (not on the store) that can root the device and unlock it
With none android phones (i.e windows, symbia, none smart phones) their are sites dedicated to unlocking them via windows CMD.
With Apple iphones these are the only ones you need to pay for to get unlocked as all information on the phone apple has direct access to.

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