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£25.54 p/m Google Nexus S 300m, ultd texts, 500MB Data @ Mobiles.co.uk

£25.54 @ Mobiles.co.uk
On orange, 300 minutes, ultd texts, 500MB data. Quidco as well. No redemption trick involved. The Nexus S is all about innovation, running the all new Google Android Gingerbread operating system … Read More
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On orange, 300 minutes, ultd texts, 500MB data. Quidco as well. No redemption trick involved.

The Nexus S is all about innovation, running the all new Google Android Gingerbread operating system and sporting a stunning curved display. Measuring 4.0 inches and using AMOLED technology, the touchscreen display on the Nexus S is fantastic to look at and effortless to use. Nexus S is pure Google, delivering the latest version of Android in an unfiltered way making it Google's fastest and most innovative yet with a more refined user interface, multi-tasking and powered by a 1GHz processor. The Nexus S includes 16GB of memory, 5 Megapixel camera with HD video capture, a front facing camera, Wi-Fi and access to Google services such as Google Maps and Gmail.
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#1
Only bad point, 24 month contract.
#2
Ccontrol
Only bad point, 24 month contract.

Agreed. Wouldn't go near anything more than a year.
1 Like #3
Agreed as well... sadly 1 year contracts are as popular as rocking horse plop these days and when you do find one they cost a ruddy fortune on the monthly tarrif.
1 Like #4
25x24 = £600 for a ~£450 phone (isn't it?) with probably £50 quidco too?

So arguably 2 years use for £100 plus cost of the handset isn't too bad really... personally I'm holding out for the dual core phones in a couple of months (assuming the Pulse I'm using temporarily holds out since the charging port seems to have started intermittently not working :( ) - but this is still the best I've seen for a Nexus S so hot.

Edited By: PR1 on Jan 24, 2011 14:27
#5
PR1
25x24 = £600 for a ~£450 phone (isn't it?) with probably £50 quidco too?

So arguably 2 years use for £100 plus cost of the handset isn't too bad really... personally I'm holding out for the dual core phones in a couple of months (assuming the Pulse I'm using temporarily holds out since the charging port seems to have started intermittently not working :( ) - but this is still the best I've seen for a Nexus S so hot.


valid point
#6
PhilK
Ccontrol
Only bad point, 24 month contract.

Agreed. Wouldn't go near anything more than a year.


There are no 12 months contracts on this one and the 18-months one are absurdly expensive (phone not free)
#7
Voted hot. Good deal and I dont want the moon on a stick.
#8
Awful company. I've used e2Save and Dialaphone for cashback without any problems over the years and then used mobiles.co.uk once last year and didn't get two of the cashback claims because of their system. Because you email and don't get receipts of postage they can easily claim that it never arrived. Stay well clear!!!
#9
See reviews here:

http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews106127.html

Almost all 1 star expect for a few 5 stars who don't need to get cashback or have only just received the phone and haven't experienced the hell of cashback claims with them yet.
#10
nice phone but no microSD slot so 16Gb is your lot..... I too am also going to see if my Pulse will hold up for a few more months. Or I might crack and buy this: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-htc-desire-hd-900-mins-500-texts-unlimited-data-free-8gb-sd-card-24-26-p-m/853727
#11
PhilK
Ccontrol
Only bad point, 24 month contract.

Agreed. Wouldn't go near anything more than a year.
free phone with 1 year contract does not exist. does it?
#12
rodman
PhilK
Ccontrol
Only bad point, 24 month contract.

Agreed. Wouldn't go near anything more than a year.
free phone with 1 year contract does not exist. does it?


if it does and works out cheaper than this someone please point me in the direction, as I might well crack and go for it rather than wait if it's only a 12 month tie-in.
#13
I wouldn't ever take out more than a 12 month contract again.

Where I live, I used to be on Three - brilliant coverage. Then, one day, none of my families phones worked in large areas of town (including our house, and my workplace). Three's solution? To walk around outside the house until we found a signal.
Bloody excellent, unless you were expecting a call. After being repeatedly lied to by them, I paid the remainder of the contract and left.

O2 - took this out on a 12 month Simplicity deal 11 months ago (a deal I found on here, was £100 Quidco so worked out at £11 or so per month). Up until 2 months ago, fantastic signal everywhere. Now, as with Three, I find that at work I just get 'no service', as do my other colleagues on O2. Luckily I've only got a month left :)

Now, my colleagues recommend Vodafone - but I'm damned if I'm taking out any more than a 12 month contract incase it turns out their signal gets worse as well.

Yes - it seems good value on the face of it to get a handset over 24 months, but if your signal goes belly up (and it probably won't happen unless you are in a rural location like me), you end up stuck with a useless brick - or unlocking the handset and using another SIM (so running two contracts simultaneously, or having to pay extra for top-ups).

Not voted either way :)

Edited By: chippytea on Jan 25, 2011 00:50
#14
Hot from me. Personally haven't tried the google nexus S but having checked all the typical sites, this is the best deal. :{
#15
Good deal for what seems to be an awesome phone.
#16
PhilK
Ccontrol
Only bad point, 24 month contract.

Agreed. Wouldn't go near anything more than a year.
so I recon you are on PAYG basics
#17
Great phone and decent deal, it is a shame its 24months but these handsets are catching up with iphone now and this is significantly cheaper than any iphone contract.
#18
I hate mobiles.co.uk

I bought the same deal posted above but on the day I ordered the hand set had suddenly got a cost of £19.99. I mulled it over for a while and thought sod it, I'd like a new phone this weekend. The next day however the phone went back to free and continued to be free ever since.

I should also mention that it was free for a week before and up to the day before I ordered it also. So it looked like the free offer had ended then all of a sudden it's back. I've never felt so ripped off in my life.

So I rang them up and complained, they said I'd have to return the hand set and reorder to get the new deal. It's a lot of hassle to cancel my contract and do all this so I haven't done. I'm still considering sending it back but their customer service stinks, so I hope any of you have no issues ever because they couldn't care less.


Edited By: SuPerNoVi on Feb 22, 2011 15:31: Added a bit more explanation
#19
Is this deal any better considering the unlimited data:

https://securesite.mobiles.co.uk/Cart.aspx
1 Like #20
The Tmobile one is 5quid more but the internet looks more appealing..
#21
I ordered a cheap phone on payg from this company, when it turned up all items were there except the handset. After much calling and emailing, they thought I m going make mint out of a 99p phone. Their customer service really stinks, I think they know but they dont care less..

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