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Free HTC Touch HD 600 Mins Unlimited Texts + Free Home Broadband £28.55 a month with BuyMobilePhones

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Free HTC Touch HD 600 Mins Unlimited Texts + Free Home Broadband £28.55 a month! Entertainment on the go 3.8-inch Full Touch-screen TouchFLO 3D user interface HSDPA 7.2Mbps Fast Internet 5MP c…
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Free HTC Touch HD 600 Mins Unlimited Texts + Free Home Broadband £28.55 a month!

Entertainment on the go
3.8-inch Full Touch-screen TouchFLO 3D user interface HSDPA 7.2Mbps Fast Internet 5MP camera 3.5 mm audio jack GPS Receiver (A-GPS) Music & Video Player Wi-Fi Bluetooth MicroSD Compatible

Orange Dolphin 35
600 cross-network mins + Unlimited texts 18 months
Magic Numbers Orange Wednesdays Orange Gigs and Tours Optional FREE Home Broadband

£34.25 a month

3 Months FREE by redemption = £28.55 a month = hottest deal around!
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#1
bad link
#2
The link's not working, it goes to http://www.affiliatefuture.co.uk/default.asp?id=1
#3
Not at Orange - showing as £78.00 per month. This will be a great deal if only I could find it. :-)
#4
sorry took the link off a comparison site, fixed now
#5
Great deal - don't forget £20 quidco. Heat and rep added. :-)
#6
Not bad. I suggest a deal including free internet access though, as this PDA is made for surfing on the move.
#7
you also get 2 for 1 on cinema tickets on ornage wednesdays! woop woop
#8
Agreed - you've gota to have some sort of data package with this phone! Good deal none the less!
#9
A great phone.
I have mine on O2. Look at mobiles.co.uk
O2 600 mins, unlimited text £30, free phone, 10months half-price by redemption ==£23.75 pm
This is a 24 month contract though.

The other point to consider before picking a tariff is that you really need a data bundle. The only reasonable third party deals that I have seen which include data bundle for this phone have been on Vodafone.
#10
bytemaster
A great phone.
I have mine on O2. Look at mobiles.co.uk
O2 600 mins, unlimited text £30, free phone, 10months half-price by redemption ==£23.75 pm
This is a 24 month contract though.

The other point to consider before picking a tariff is that you really need a data bundle. The only reasonable third party deals that I have seen which include data bundle for this phone have been on Vodafone.

Expansys have T Mobile deals, although you do have to pay a bit for the phone which may not suit many people.
Lovely looking phone. I wish it was time for me to swap. Loved my old HTC Touch, now have a Touch Cruise, and would love it even more if it looked like this.
banned#11
bytemaster
A great phone.
I have mine on O2. Look at mobiles.co.uk
O2 600 mins, unlimited text £30, free phone, 10months half-price by redemption ==£23.75 pm
This is a 24 month contract though.

The other point to consider before picking a tariff is that you really need a data bundle. The only reasonable third party deals that I have seen which include data bundle for this phone have been on Vodafone.


24 month contracts are the worst idea in the world :\ Effectively you're losing out on probably £200 in value (from losing the upgrade at 12 months), plus if your phone breaks after 13 months you're screwed, as you're not entitled to a replacement and cant have it fixed under warranty.
#12
bytemaster;4162520
A great phone.
I have mine on O2. Look at mobiles.co.uk
O2 600 mins, unlimited text £30, free phone, 10months half-price by redemption ==£23.75 pm
This is a 24 month contract though.

The other point to consider before picking a tariff is that you really need a data bundle. The only reasonable third party deals that I have seen which include data bundle for this phone have been on Vodafone.


I'm considering this as an upgrade to my TYTN II. Also I checked with o2. They will let you swap the unlimited text bundle you get from mobiles.co.uk to the unlimited web bundle. This leaves you with 600 mins, 500 texts and unlimited web for about £35 a month with the Touch HD for free. Shame it's currently out of stock on mobiles.co.uk.
[admin]#13
JayDubya
bad link


reviewz
The link's not working, it goes to http://www.affiliatefuture.co.uk/default.asp?id=1


Should be fine now :)

Affiliate future are one of our networks
#15
thats more expensive than the deal i have posted and you get less for the money??
#16
Gazbert
I'm considering this as an upgrade to my TYTN II. Also I checked with o2. They will let you swap the unlimited text bundle you get from mobiles.co.uk to the unlimited web bundle. This leaves you with 600 mins, 500 texts and unlimited web for about £35 a month with the Touch HD for free. Shame it's currently out of stock on mobiles.co.uk.


Be very careful, the official line from O2 is that this is a CPW tariff and they refuse to swap the bundle. There has been a lot of discussion regarding this on various forums. Some people claim to have succeeded but many have failed to get the bundle swapped. I may depend on the CS agent overriding the system. I had to contact the CEO of O2 to get mine swapped.
#17
It's just come back into stock on mobiles.co.uk.
#18
bytemaster;4164114
Be very careful, the official line from O2 is that this is a CPW tariff and they refuse to swap the bundle. There has been a lot of discussion regarding this on various forums. Some people claim to have succeeded but many have failed to get the bundle swapped. I may depend on the CS agent overriding the system. I had to contact the CEO of O2 to get mine swapped.


I emailed o2 and asked specifically "If I buy the Touch HD from [url]www.mobiles.co.uk[/url], can I change the Unlimited Text Bolt on to the Unlimited Web bolt on. o2 said yes.

If they say no when I ring em I'll refer them to their own email. If they still say no I'll inform them I'll send the phone back and cancel the contract and get it from elsewhere. Easy come easy go.

Hello Gary

Thank you for emailing us about changing the Unlimited Messaging Bolt On to the Unlimited Web Bolt On.

Yes, if you buy the HTC touch from somewhere else, we'll change your Unlimited Messaging Bolt On to the Unlimited Web Bolt On but it'll depend of the tariff you choose.

You can view details of our tariffs by clicking on the link below:

http://www.o2.co.uk/mobilestariffs/tariffs/paymonthly/paymonthlytariffs

For further information on our products and services, please check our website on:

http://www.o2.co.uk/

Important - When you email us please provide: your date of birth, postcode and mobile number as it helps us answer your query faster.

Kind regards

Barkha Rani
O2 Customer Service.
#19
uk-mobileshop
thats more expensive than the deal i have posted and you get less for the money??


I never said it was cheaper, I offered it as an alternative. But £23 pm is cheaper than £28.
I wouldn't take Orange broadband if they paid me so no value there.

I have swapped the unlimited texts for unlimited web so I think that is a damn good deal for £23pm. I would rather have the mobile internet than the home internet from Orange

Anyway this isn't a competition, I just wanted people to know that there was an alternative.

EDIT - Just seen Banjo's post perhaps you were referring to that.
#20
Gazbert - Good luck, as I said some people have succeeded some have failed. I just wanted to let you know that not everyone has found it easy. I too emailed O2 before ordering as I was suspicious. The mobiles.co.uk website doen't let you change the bolt-on.

There is a 160 page thread at xda-devs

With the web bolt-on this is a very good deal.
#21
@bytemaster - sorry ye was talking about banjo
#22
is it right that orange data package is now a descent 500 MB from 250 MB and they have dropped the price from £7.50 to £5?
#23
i believe so
#24
bytemaster
Gazbert - Good luck, as I said some people have succeeded some have failed. I just wanted to let you know that not everyone has found it easy. I too emailed O2 before ordering as I was suspicious. The mobiles.co.uk website doen't let you change the bolt-on.

There is a 160 page thread at xda-devs

With the web bolt-on this is a very good deal.


Well it came today. 2 min call to o2 and I'm on unlimited web. so I have 600 mins 500 text and unlimited web. also got 40 quidco and 25 cashback from mobiles.co.uk and I'm well impressed!
#25
Gazbert
Well it came today. 2 min call to o2 and I'm on unlimited web. so I have 600 mins 500 text and unlimited web. also got 40 quidco and 25 cashback from mobiles.co.uk and I'm well impressed!


Well done. Do check your account via the O2 web site, several people have reported that O2 CS had changed the bolt-on, only to find out a few days later that it had been changed back.

As for me I called O2 to be told they couldn't do it. So I tracked down the email address of the CEO and fired off a long email. One of his staff called within 24 hours and promised that the swap would be done. However it has taken four follow-ups from me to get it completed. I must say that the chap from O2 did seem to appreciate the points that I made, so perhaps they have reviewed their policy. (There really isn't anywhere on the O2 web site which indicates that contracts placed via third parties, such as CPW, are different from O2 direct. From the consumer's perspective an O2 600 is an O2 600.....)

First they only removed the text bolt-on.
Then they applied the Unlimited WiFi.
Finally they have pplied the Unlimited Web (I hope so anyway, I am about to check)

Enjoy, it is a gret 'phone.
#26
bytemaster;4201996
Well done. Do check your account via the O2 web site, several people have reported that O2 CS had changed the bolt-on, only to find out a few days later that it had been changed back.

As for me I called O2 to be told they couldn't do it. So I tracked down the email address of the CEO and fired off a long email. One of his staff called within 24 hours and promised that the swap would be done. However it has taken four follow-ups from me to get it completed. I must say that the chap from O2 did seem to appreciate the points that I made, so perhaps they have reviewed their policy. (There really isn't anywhere on the O2 web site which indicates that contracts placed via third parties, such as CPW, are different from O2 direct. From the consumer's perspective an O2 600 is an O2 600.....)

First they only removed the text bolt-on.
Then they applied the Unlimited WiFi.
Finally they have pplied the Unlimited Web (I hope so anyway, I am about to check)

Enjoy, it is a gret 'phone.


Sounds like you had a lot more fun than I did. I've checked and I do have Unlimited Web. So I'm a happy bunny.

When I emailed them originally to check they'd do it they sent me a link to their web site which basically said that any tariff at £35 or over was entitled to one free bolt-on of the customers choice.
#27
Anarchist
24 month contracts are the worst idea in the world :\ Effectively you're losing out on probably £200 in value (from losing the upgrade at 12 months), plus if your phone breaks after 13 months you're screwed, as you're not entitled to a replacement and cant have it fixed under warranty.


Most phones, including HTCs as far as I know, now come with a 2 year warranty.

If you're considering signing up for a 24m contract it's worth checking.

Regards
Ben
Mobiles.co.uk

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