*24 MONTH CONTRACT* Orange - HTC Desire HD - £16.66 Per Month After Cashback & Redemption @ Dial A Phone - HotUKDeals
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Be kind, first deal posted (at last)

Be quick, expires today.
HTC Desire HD on Orange 300 mins, unlimited txts & email and 500MB data.

Dolphin 25 @ £25.54 a month = £612.96
6 months free by redemption =£459.72
£60 topcashback (expires today) =£399.72

Works out at £16.66 a month.

May not suit everybody but I want unlimited broadband and homephone with free calls cheap so next week I will change to orange for that also £21.50 (also works out at £17.61 after topcashback and £5 discout a month as Orange mobile customer.

Sorry I initially put £399 for total cost but it seems people don't read the deal and vote cold. I have edited the price to show deal price, now waiting for people to moan.
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#1
Sounds like a good price!!!
2 Likes #2
I've done nearly 10 cashbacks with DAP starting from 2004, never missed a single one. I usually receive a cheque in 6 working days including the day i post my claim.
Cashback is only for the people who are organized and remember/find a way to remind you to collect it.
#3
Sounds like you're living in dreamland, have you got a reciept?
#4
Can't believe how cold this has got. Has somebody found it cheaper?
#5
Its actually not that great a deal they have been doing similar deals for months. A cheaper total cost of ownership on a shorter contract would be:

Dial-a-phone 18 month dolphin 25 contract (300mins, unlimited text, 500mb data free phone)....

18 months @ 30.64 = £551.52
4 months free by redemption (£122.56) = £428.16
£50 cashback on quidco = £378.16

OK, the monthly cost is higher but you are paying fewer months in total and get out of your contract sooner ;)
2 Likes #6
So you get out of your contract after 18 months and where are you going to get 300 mins, unlimited txts and email plus 500GB data for £3.50 a month?

I agree no redemption would be nicer but you're not likely to get this phone for £16.66 a month without redemption for a long time. Even if you don't get cashback etc you are getting quite a deal.
#7
I bought this phone from Buymobilephones.net last week, Paid £0 for the phone and got it at £20.24 on a 24month contract

This is a better deal if you trust the redemption system and use quidco

Edited By: NeonKnightz on Mar 11, 2011 23:13
#8
@liamf12

Some people like shorter contract terms as they can upgrade sooner to the newer phones available then. You are out of your contract 6 months earlier to get the newer phones/deals .... plus your phone will have a better resale value 6 months earlier :)

Personally I want cheapest TCO (total cost of ownership) as the contract is irrelevant to me, I would just put my work sim in as they pay all the fees. For me personally, the 18month deal is bettter. Though your deal is OK, I was just pointing out there are plenty of other deals about it just depends on what is important to you.

If I were to go on a 24 month contract the orange deal a couple of days ago was better than this, it was £150 for the phone on 24 month £15 contract but you got £150 quidco back = £15x24 = £360 TCO :) cheaper than buying it outright from any store I have seen. The deal has finished now IIRC.

Edited By: hukd10 on Mar 11, 2011 23:39
1 Like #9
hukd10 maybe you could post some of these deals?

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