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T-Mobile's new plans came out yesterday, and if you're prepared to pay for the handset, I reckon they're pretty cracking deals.

I paid £91 for a G2 Touch, and £15 for a 24 month plan, giving 300 minutes, unlimited texts and 3GB data (only on Android handsets; i.e. G2 Touch, LG In Touch Max (aka GW620) and Samsung Galaxy Portal (aka i5700). The i5700 is £41 and the GW620 is £36.

Getting 3GB data with such a low monthly and total outlay is very unusual. If your usage tends more towards voice, or you don't want an Android handset, this deal might not be quite so hot.

£10 deal here

http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/shop/mobile-phones/price-plans/pay-monthly/pay-monthly/pay-monthly-10-24m/phones/all/all/
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#1
£10 a month in title and £15 a month in post?
#2
Select 15 a month plan, then see Hero handset for £91.

Not a bad deal, but 24 months with same handset......!
#3
Some really good deals here thanks:thumbsup:
#4
for the HTC HD2 better deals on the virginmobile which is effectively the same network
#5
Jumpingphil
Where's Cowbutt gone?
Please show me this £10.00 deal.
Sounds ideal for my teenage daughter.



Its £15 a month, think op hit a typo
#6
Why is it so difficult... I clicked "go to deal" and then clicked "£10" and it showed me the £10 a month deal :?
#8
Jumpingphil
What, "300 minutes, unlimited texts and 3GB data" ?
I still can't see it.
Please post a picture or direct link. :thumbsup:


you get 100m & 100sms + unltd Internet on the £10 deal ( you choose unlimited text booster for free)

for example:

http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/shop/mobile-phones/price-plans/pay-monthly/pay-monthly/pay-monthly-10-24m/t-mobile/g2-touch/allowances/
#9
I think it becomes £10 when you go to the checkout stage as i think you get £5 reduction on any contract plan if you by from t-mobile online? could be wrong.......
#10
Jumpingphil
That's only 100 minutes and 100 texts and no internet.


You must need glasses for the internet , though its 100mins unlimited texts:

http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e314/AnthonyAndrades/tmob.jpg
#11
Jumpingphil
So, nothing like it says in the title then. :x

Oh well, I'll keep on looking.

Though I had a winner there for a while. :x


200mins less, but tbh 100mins, Unlimited sms and Unlimited internet for £10 is pretty good.
#12
Sorry for mixing the 100/100/£10 deal with the 300/300/£15 deal. I wanted to get across that you could get a smartphone with 3GB data from £10 a month, but I think 300 minutes rather than 100 makes it the better deal. Lesson learnt. :-)

That said, with hindsight, you could go with the £10/month deal and buy a Flexi Booster for an extra £5 to get more minutes. You'd pay slightly more for the handset, though.

As for the criticism that you're "stuck for two years with the same handset" - not so. T-Mobile don't care what handset you use, so you can buy a new or used SIM-free, unlocked, or T-Mobile handset and use that instead. I'm half considering trading in the G2 with CEX for more than I paid for it, and using the proceeds to contribute towards getting a SIM free Nokia N900. I'll wait and see if Android 2.0 makes things livable long-term, I think. I think the way to think about buying mobiles is to consider it buying into the plan rather than getting a certain handset, and 100m voice/unlimited texts/3GB data for £10/month is hard to beat, providing you can discipline yourself to stick within those 100 minutes (which may be difficult for teenagers who aren't responsible for the bills!).
#13
I am a T Mobile customer and I just got for £5 a month 300 mins and unlimited text but no phone. Thought that was a good deal as I wasn't bothered about a new phone. This was through a company who rang me called Fonehouse.
#14
Min £20 Quidco or Topcashback potentially available too.
#15
i can find the £10 pcm, though £60 for the phone, = £2.50 pcm over 24 mths, so to compare would be £12.50 pcm with 100 mins + 100 texts + internet or £15 pcm with 300 mins + 300 texts + internet.
#16
cowbutt
Sorry for mixing the 100/100/£10 deal with the 300/300/£15 deal. I wanted to get across that you could get a smartphone with 3GB data from £10 a month, but I think 300 minutes rather than 100 makes it the better deal. Lesson learnt. :-)

That said, with hindsight, you could go with the £10/month deal and buy a Flexi Booster for an extra £5 to get more minutes. You'd pay slightly more for the handset, though.

As for the criticism that you're "stuck for two years with the same handset" - not so. T-Mobile don't care what handset you use, so you can buy a new or used SIM-free, unlocked, or T-Mobile handset and use that instead. I'm half considering trading in the G2 with CEX for more than I paid for it, and using the proceeds to contribute towards getting a SIM free Nokia N900. I'll wait and see if Android 2.0 makes things livable long-term, I think. I think the way to think about buying mobiles is to consider it buying into the plan rather than getting a certain handset, and 100m voice/unlimited texts/3GB data for £10/month is hard to beat, providing you can discipline yourself to stick within those 100 minutes (which may be difficult for teenagers who aren't responsible for the bills!).


Did your parent choose your name or you have earned over the years
#17
Very good deal.
#18
These deals look very good really.

Are we absolutely certain that the 'Internet Plus' is the equivalent of the old 'Web n Walk Plus' (i.e 3GB and not limited to the annoying 384Kbps?)

I'm still in contract on the VM deal and the internet speeds are a little poor, but I'll put up with it - but I'll have my eye on these.... knowing my luck they'll jump up. I find the T-Mo 3G coverage to be spot on where I need to use it.
#19
If you are after a good deal for them texting teenagers ive just ordered a nokia e93 (blackberry type phone) free phone,£10 per month for 18 months ,unlimited txts,75 mins per month,free msn messenger,£36 back via quidco on offer at the 3 store online.
#20
I think the deal I posted if a far better deal than this one.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/598760/t-mobile-g2-touch-with-900-minutes-?
#21
cambourne03
I think the deal I posted if a far better deal than this one.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/598760/t-mobile-g2-touch-with-900-minutes-?


That does depend - not everyone needs 900 minutes do they :)

Everyone moans about the longer and longer contracts - but compared to the days of paying £30 for 200 minutes (and still thinking that was a good deal) this makes sense. The phones are vastly more feature rich now!!
#22
cambourne03
I think the deal I posted if a far better deal than this one.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/598760/t-mobile-g2-touch-with-900-minutes-?


Better if you need 900 minutes.
#23
good luck trying to use your minutes
signal is shocking
brilliant for work though
"welcome to the t mobile answer service for ......................."
#24
If you're prepared to buy a phone anyways I bartered with Orange and for 9.79 p/m I get 400 mins, unlimited texts and unlimited internet on an 18 month contract. =)
Definity worth it even if you want to go to flee-bay for a phone!
#25
Unlimited internet as part of the £10 deal is only available on certain phones... The cheapest one I could find (I didn't do an exhaustive search) was the HTC Touch 2 at £60. The Nokia 5800 costs £62 but doesn't include unlimited internet though so it's a box of chocolates........
#26
starsailor123uk
for the HTC HD2 better deals on the virginmobile which is effectively the same network


Yes but it's a bit on the big side!
#27
The price is not £15 for a G2, could you change the title/pricing/picture because it is misleading.
#28
When you think about it, does a 24-month contract benefit you more, or them more?
#29
hockeyguy
If you're prepared to buy a phone anyways I bartered with Orange and for 9.79 p/m I get 400 mins, unlimited texts and unlimited internet on an 18 month contract. =)
Definity worth it even if you want to go to flee-bay for a phone!


Orange gave up saying they couldn't match the 3GB/month whatever the cost.
#30
!lsx!;7734586
Unlimited internet as part of the £10 deal is only available on certain phones... The cheapest one I could find (I didn't do an exhaustive search) was the HTC Touch 2 at £60. The Nokia 5800 costs £62 but doesn't include unlimited internet though so it's a box of chocolates........


3GB data comes as standard with T-Mobile on all the Android handsets I mentioned in my original post. The 5800 and Touch 2 are Symbian and Windows Mobile respectively.
#31
hotuklols
When you think about it, does a 24-month contract benefit you more, or them more?


Shop around and try to get 3GB data for less than 30-40 per month (hint: your choices are O2/iPhone and T-Mobile/Android, pretty much. Vodafone's allowance is 500MB, Orange's is 750MB). Providing the mobile market doesn't change too much over the next 24 months, then I reckon 24 months is in the customer's favour.
#32
davenfish
good luck trying to use your minutes
signal is shocking


Seems as good as Orange here. That's to say, fine around town, both non-existent in my home due to the thick walls.

Also, if the Orange/T-Mobile merger, they'll be able to share infrastructure, hopefully giving better coverage.
#33
davenfish
good luck trying to use your minutes
signal is shocking
brilliant for work though
"welcome to the t mobile answer service for ......................."


i was told by a salesman in the tmobile shop that the tmobile-orange merger is pretty much certain in april. then the signal would hopefully improve.
T mobile customer myself. 3G is certainly better than o2 and orange on my unlocked iphone
#34
taken from a forum about the ipad
The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), which sets the standards for SIM cards, tells us that except for the size of the plastic around the chip, micro SIM cards are identical to the SIM cards we normally find in phones.
That means in theory, nothing is stopping us from trimming down a standard SIM card and popping it in the iPad. We haven't tested this yet, so we can't guarantee it will work -- but as soon as we get our hands on the 3G iPad for a full review, we'll be giving it a try to confirm it.""

Have you wondered ..risking a 10 quid sim for the maximum internet allowance on a sim available in the market, and then trimming it in to fit your ipad that around in 2 months time...
Evil thinking..in odd hours of the day!
1 Like #35
lozzauk
These deals look very good really.

Are we absolutely certain that the 'Internet Plus' is the equivalent of the old 'Web n Walk Plus' (i.e 3GB and not limited to the annoying 384Kbps?)

I'm still in contract on the VM deal and the internet speeds are a little poor, but I'll put up with it - but I'll have my eye on these.... knowing my luck they'll jump up. I find the T-Mo 3G coverage to be spot on where I need to use it.


http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/services/uk/fairuse/?WT.mc_id=fup
#37
davenfish
good luck trying to use your minutes
signal is shocking
brilliant for work though
"welcome to the t mobile answer service for ......................."



Yeah, I'm in Birmingham too - and used to be on T-mobile. I could only seem to get a signal at home if i stood with my head near my kitchen sink!

If only O2 had a decent android phone...
#38
Called fonehouse and got this on upgrade £10 a month 24 months for 100mins 100texts unltd internet unltd landline calls(can swap for texts or others) and then £60 for a samsung galaxy. Bargain I think thanks op
#39
I suppose I could sell the phone and still use the 3GB allowance on another phone even it wasn't an Android phone or would they limit it to 1GB if they detected you were using a non Android phone?

I figure after Quidco and selling the Samsung i5700 I’d be paying about £4.50 a month which is good for 100/100 mins/texts with unlimited calls to landlines and the 3GB data allowance. If only I could use that allowance on my PC. :whistling:
#40
Agharta
I suppose I could sell the phone and still use the 3GB allowance on another phone even it wasn't an Android phone or would they limit it to 1GB if they detected you were using a non Android phone?


I can't see why not; certainly I asked both the telephone sales and in-store if the contract had to be used with the handset supplied and there was no objection expressed (I was thinking more in terms of really not getting on with the handset, or loss/damage, and wanting to replace with a SIM-free handset or my old K800i if I unlocked it from its current telco).

It would appear they could figure it out from the IMEI if they do care, though.

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