Blackberry 9500 Storm on Vodafone 500mins 100texts Unlimited Internet + Blackberry email @ approx 25.50£/month after 60£ quidco + 45£ you at work @ DialAPhone - HotUKDeals
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Blackberry 9500 Storm on Vodafone 500mins 100texts Unlimited Internet + Blackberry email @ approx 25.50£/month after 60£ quidco + 45£ you at work @ DialAPhone

£25.50 @ Testing
A good deal and a great and better alternative to Iphone only disadvantage is 24 month contract but at that price I think its a great deal. The you at work link is still working and 60£ from quidco …
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
A good deal and a great and better alternative to Iphone only disadvantage is 24 month contract but at that price I think its a great deal. The you at work link is still working and
60£ from quidco take it to 25.50.

Vodafone are doing this dea as well and offer 90£ cashback ut just giving 200mins and 1000 texts with internet and email.

Blackberry The BlackBerry® Storm smartphone is Research In Motion's first full touchscreen mobile phone and on the surface, it's just another one to add to the ever growing list available. However, the Storm has gone in its own direction and features innovations not found anywhere else, plus the draw of the awesome email capabilities of a BlackBerry® mobile cannot be underestimated
3.25" TFT Touchscreen
BlackBerry OS
Built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS function
BlackBerry maps
EDGE and GPRS
HSDPA for super fast access
DataViz document viewer/editor
1GB internal memory
microSD (TransFlash), microSDHC, (up to 8GB)
Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate
3.5 mm stereo headphone minijack
Dimensions: 112.5 x 62.2 x 14 mm
Weight: 155 grams
Standby Time: Up to 360hrs
Talk Time: Up to 5hrs 30mins
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#1
Cold voters pls post a cheaper deal
#2
Don't think Quidco AND You at Work cashbacks work at the same time, only one is valid...

Plus 2 years on a phone contract is too long based on how fast new technology comes out. Works out at £30/ month to be £720! (before any cashbacks)

Sorry Cold for me...
#3
I have a Blackberry but I'd rather have an iPhone.
#4
so even i 60 quidco tracks this deal is 27. 50 /month. I phone is 35£/month 4 24 months. Pls post a cheaper alternative before dismissing this cold.
#5
doublecuffs
I have a Blackberry but I'd rather have an iPhone.


which un you haveand remember yo pay almost 900 quid for the iphone
#6
Cold Voters Post An Aternative Deal Or Do Not Vote
#7
I had a pre-release Storm and was very dissapointed with it - don't even consider as an iphone alternative, it aint that. So, if I was to vote cold it'd be because you'd believe the 'iphone killer' hype and regret that purchase decision. My second reason for a cold vote would be that the fone does have some very annoying bugs....still.... and my third reason for voting cold would be the 24 month contract with a buggy phone that aint no iphone killer

Thanks
#8
This is the worst phone in the world ever - I had one for three stinking months, went back to a blackberry bold, much better.
#9
Oliviasdad
This is the worst phone in the world ever - I had one for three stinking months, went back to a blackberry bold, much better.


What problems did u have
#10
Looks nice but its got no wifi which makes it a non starter until they rectify.
#11
Oliviasdad
This is the worst phone in the world ever - I had one for three stinking months, went back to a blackberry bold, much better.


this phone isnt for everyone,i have it and realy like it,now using the latest software update and phone is running nice and fast :thumbsup:
#12
nhskbhatia003
which un you haveand remember yo pay almost 900 quid for the iphone


I have a Blackberry curve 8310 which has no Wi-Fi and no 3G and a poor display and it makes my Tomtom Go 510 reboot all the time, even with the latest firmware in both of them.
http://enterprise.vodafone.com/images/handsets/bb8310curvelg1.jpg
#13
Does the Storm not have wi-fi? That is crap! I was considering one too.
#14
3 have an E63 @ £15 a month which is a brilliant internet, mail, text and phone package for 18months.

They also have the E71 @ £20 pm which is the bigger brother both better deals that this.
#15
Used to have this phone for work, but they were all sent back and replaced with the bold 9000.

Screen is great, perfect for videos and pictures. The way the touch works is excellent, it only selects when you press the screen in, so no wrong key presses like the iphone.

no wifi... big mistake if you ask me...

the main problem seemed to be the reception on it. Its ok for you listening to what somebody else is saying but the was a lot of interferance when they were listening to you (didn't bother me as i wasn't listening to myself).

and the main thing i didn't like was that you have to set it recieve a file via bluetooth every time, someone else in the office cant just send something too you (although that never had much to do with work).

thats just my experience of the phone for about 2 months anyway :)
#16
Um, update - the Storm does have WIFI. It was a strategic decision at Vodafone NOT to enable it because it would allow off-network IP voice & data.

[taken from electricpig.co.uk]
1. No Wi-Fi - With the iPhone 3G, you can surf at home, countless free hotspots (McDonalds anyone?), or take advantage of an O2 tariff with all-you-can-eat Wi-Fi. Sadly there’s no such option on the Storm.
2. Networks in control of apps - The good news is that the new BlackBerry Apps Centre is more consumer-focussed than ever. The bad news? While Apple keeps a tight grip on the reins of its store, RIM has handed over control to network operators. Operators can boycott applications that use too much bandwidth.
3. It’s a chunky beast - While the Storm’s 112.5mm height and 62.2mm width are from practically the same cookie cutter as the iPhone 3G, it’s 13.95mm depth is tad more than the Apple’s 12.3mm. Just enough to make it feel like a bit of a chunky monkey. And at 155g, compared with the iPhone’s 133g, it weighs 15% more.
4. Touch screen typing - Yes it’s a very natty, iPhone-trumping touch screen that clicks when you press it down. But it’s still a touch screen. Other BlackBerrys are the best in the business for speedy two-thumb emailing. We’ll grab our Bold and give you and your Storm an email-banging-out race any time.
5. Sluggish 3G - The Storm supports 7.2mbps HSDPA… but Vodafone’s only rolled that out in a handful of cities so far. So if you live outside a major town, it’ll suck.
#17
this is a useless phone ...i seriously doubt the intelligence of the people who bought it on a £ 45/month on a 24 month contract (my gf is included in them) :(.
#18
vensoft2000
Don't think Quidco AND You at Work cashbacks work at the same time, only one is valid...

Plus 2 years on a phone contract is too long based on how fast new technology comes out. Works out at £30/ month to be £720! (before any cashbacks)

Sorry Cold for me...


I did it myself and
RAF
QUIDCO and
YOUATWORK

all three worked for me.
#19
humadoon;5198962
this is a useless phone ...i seriously doubt the intelligence of the people who bought it on a £ 45/month on a 24 month contract (my gf is included in them) :(.


Don't you mean EX-GF after she reads your post...?
#20
sicknote
Don't you mean EX-GF after she reads your post...?


No she wont leave me just because i call her stupid ....lol

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