Free HTC Desire HD - 900 mins, 500 texts, Unlimited Data, Free 8GB SD Card £24.26 p/m 24m (£50 Quidco = £22.18 p/m) @ Mobiles.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Claimed through cashback, but an amazing deal!

Free HTC Desire HD
T-Mobile (24 months)
900 Minutes
500 Texts
Unlimited Data*
Free 8GB SD Card

£30.64 - 10 months 1/2 price

= £24.26 effectively a month

- £50 Quidco

= £22.18 effectively a month
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#1
hot from me
6 Likes #2
better than an iphone
4 Likes #3
24 months is a long time though
#4
You cannot quoute with the quidco price for obvious reasons
#5
Not sure about the unlimited data - T-Mobile just introduced a cap for new and upgrading customers. Stupid thing to do, I'll be leaving if they try it on with me.
13 Likes #6
staker
24 months is a long time though


yep. . . .about 2 years I think :-P
#7
Best deal I have seen for this.Still have 12 months left on my Galaxy s.Even at the end of this I know there will be a plethora of dual core phones to choose from.24 month contract would drive me barmy!
#8
I understand that 24 months is a long time for a phone contract, but I think phone companies should offer 12 month contracts and charge more for the phone, offer less minutes / data.
2 Likes #9
i dont get why people say , 24 months is a long time. if you were to buy the phone outright it would near enough work at the same pricewise anyway. If you want a high end smartphone youll be paying £5-600 for 2 years use regardless
suspended#10
dammmmmmn thats a good deal !!! but still got 8 months left on me 3gs and im only paying 14 pound a month for it and i love it !!! yet i love this ahhhhhhhhhhhhh
#11
best deal Ive seen, hot
1 Like #12
TBH its a good deal from what i can see, you can just sell the phone if you want if u have an existing smartphone and it will work out cheaper if you just want a decent contract.
#13
mobiles.co.uk are excellent. - owned by carphone warehouse.
My sister got her phone from them. No problems with cash back by redemption, as you can email them the pdf of your bill (only done every 6 months) and then you get a cheque from carphone warehouse. Also her phone broke 18months into a 24month deal (typical samsung speaker problem) so she took it into cw and they sent it off for repair (ended up just giving her a new one) and then when the battery was crap on the, she just took it back into cw and they gave her a new
battery.

This deal is HOT. Great phone, when my contract is up on my iPhone 3G, i'm going to get the desire HD.
#14
great deal, great phone apart from battery life. tried one but gone back to my std Desire running a HD rom as battery life better...;-)
#15
Hot. £470.88 in total over the 2 years as long as Quidco and the redemption works out. The phone on its own is £380-£400 if you were to buy one without a contract.

You do not get truly unlimited data with this contract though, as there is a "fair" usage policy that affects downloads and video streaming once you hit the cap.

Edited By: Sigmatic on Jan 16, 2011 13:53
2 Likes #16
those of you unsure on the amount of texts; download WhatsApp for Android that way you use the unlimited data instead. This app is currently on Beta but I know many people that use it on andriod. Plus the app is on iPhone, BlackBerry and also Nokia Ovi [Beta]
#17
where does it say: "Free 8GB SD Card" maybe i keep missing it
#18
the 8gb card comes inside the handset itself, its next to where you put the sim in. If your a texter, I probably wudnt recomend this deal and texting is less like normal texting and more like messenger imo, so easy to send them out but if your a casual one, go for it. Good deal, I went for an orange deal cos im a heavy user by all accounts but this is great for the casual user and 900 minutes is very generous, they'll probs get you on the text messages but aslong as your careful you'll be alright
#19
staker
24 months is a long time though

24 month!
#20
cigbunt
staker
24 months is a long time though

24 month!


Huh?
#21
Can you downgrade the tariff at some point ?
3 Likes #22
IDK why mobile phone operators insist on dishing out 24 month contracts so much.

24 months is eons in this ever changing world of electronics.

You will still be paying £21.70 when the iPhone 6 is out...

24 months is just too long imo. Phones seem to become dated within the first 12 months.
#23
Are you able to use Orange network for Data on this tarriff
(And I also read T-mobile were capping all data tarriiffs at 500 mb so odd to advertise this deal really...)
#24
24 months .....
#25
I must be doing something wrong with the figures - can't get it to work out at £21.70 effectively per month (before possible quidco). I get the following:

14 months at full price = £30.64 x 14 = £428.96
10 months at half price = £15.32 x 10 = £153.20

This gives a total of £582.16 therefore monthly equivalent is £582.16 divide by 24 which equals £24.26.

Am I doing something completely wrong.
#26
slimy31
cigbunt
staker
24 months is a long time though

24 month!


Huh?


i'd never sign to a 24month contract.. its a very long time in todays fast pace world of technology.. u'll regret it i tell you now!!!
#27
stuart9787
I must be doing something wrong with the figures - can't get it to work out at £21.70 effectively per month (before possible quidco). I get the following:

14 months at full price = £30.64 x 14 = £428.96
10 months at half price = £15.32 x 10 = £153.20

This gives a total of £582.16 therefore monthly equivalent is £582.16 divide by 24 which equals £24.26.

Am I doing something completely wrong.


I think the OP also factors in Quidco cashback of £50.
#28
K1LLER HORNET
IDK why mobile phone operators insist on dishing out 24 month contracts so much.

24 months is eons in this ever changing world of electronics.

You will still be paying £21.70 when the iPhone 6 is out...

24 months is just too long imo. Phones seem to become dated within the first 12 months.


well it will always be 24 months for the higher end smartphones as to cover the high value price of the phone. Theyre not gonna give you a 12 month deal, £20 a month plan for a recently released phone are they. Otherwise everyone will get them. These phone companies arent doing you any favours but if you want a decent phone you have to cough up the cash.

Edited By: peterjmay on Jan 16, 2011 15:14
#29
£40 per month for 12 months 300 minutes + Unlimited Texts with Mobile internet , would that be a better deal?
#30
mobiles.co.uk were a nightmare for us, not voting either way but would steer clear of then as had to threaten them with proseection to get out of a contract as they claimed to be immune from distance selling?
#31
Hot from me..
my daughter has i-phone (3gs) battery life SUCKS!!!
anyone know the actual expectancy for a full charge of the HTC??
:|
#32
1 day is the general consensus
#33
LveSueForever
Hot from me..
my daughter has i-phone (3gs) battery life SUCKS!!!
anyone know the actual expectancy for a full charge of the HTC??
:|


Depends on your usage... if you are a fairly heavy user it will last for about a days usage. If you don't use it too much, on average it should last a day and a half. Not great, but good enough if you put it back on charge everyday :)
#34
which network is it on?
#35
730 days (i worked that out all by myself :p) is too long. This phone is about a year old. Still a good phone for now anyway!
#36
rodman
which network is it on?

taking to me?, vodafone, its a upgrade
#37
ajp558
stuart9787
I must be doing something wrong with the figures - can't get it to work out at £21.70 effectively per month (before possible quidco). I get the following:

14 months at full price = £30.64 x 14 = £428.96
10 months at half price = £15.32 x 10 = £153.20

This gives a total of £582.16 therefore monthly equivalent is £582.16 divide by 24 which equals £24.26.

Am I doing something completely wrong.


I think the OP also factors in Quidco cashback of £50.


The listing has now been edited. It originally said £21.70 equivalent per month before Quidco but since I posted my calculations it has been altered to £24.26 equivalent before Quidco.
#38
24 months = fail
cold
#39

You will still be paying £21.70 when the iPhone 6 is out...

.

Exactly. I've got 24m contract (1 year left), there so many nice phones around and i have to stick with mine nokia. Which one is making more and more problems and im sure it's not gonna survive 2 years.
Someone said that mobiles.co.uk is brillant.
Theye are giving you choice Royal Mail or DHL. You are taking Royal Mail because you have close to post office and they are sending anyway by DHL. 3 hours lost for traveling to DHL Brentwood (dhl driver twice left notice without knocking, nothing new). Nobody responses for emails, couldnt find telephone contact number.
#40
bit dear on calls though
Call Charges Cost
Calls to UK landline 30.6p / min
Calls to same network 30.6p / min
Calls to other networks 30.6p / min
Voicemail 12.3p / min
Text Messages 12.3p per text
Photo Messaging 20.4p

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