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Acer Travelmate 5320 worth £349.99
Free USB modem stick plus 200 texts
Wifi Hotspot Access included
Surf As Much as you like with no run on rates
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#1
Plus delivery @ 14.99 Then 24 x 30 = 720...
#2
Tillboy
Plus delivery @ 14.99 Then 24 x 30 = 720...



:? Yet receiving hot votes:roll:
#3
jerry
:? Yet receiving hot votes:roll:


Was wondering too...
#4
This is not a free laptop, you pay extra a month to cover the cost of the laptop.
#5
So normally the mobile broadband is worth £15 a month,
24x15=£360.

So if you were wanting the mobile broadband, then your basically paying £10 interest to buy a £350 laptop over 24 months.

Seems like an ok deal, if you want a low spec laptop and mobile broadband.


T-Mobile would have done better to make the lappy an Asus EEE PC 901, and do the whole deal for £27.50 a month.
#6
These deals are generally terrible and can be beaten. Laptop price is RRP - can be found much cheaper by looking around. Then broadband - well, get it quite cheap with phoneline from Virgin or O2 with your mobile and texts. DO NOT GO FOR THIS DEAL.

Its been slated in several PC magazines as a waste of money. Sorry, but just trying to stop people wasting theirs...

EDIT - Ok, so its mobile broadband but can still be beaten...
#8
Yeah 24 x 30 = 720
Knock off that £350.00 for laptop which your getting = £370
£370 divide by 24 = £15.41 a month for your boradband

So ot bad a deal really call it a like a finance deal on laptop over two years with no APR on top.

Only thing I don't know is how fast the bordband is as it just states the fastest in it's field.
#9
Why did this get marked as expired.

It's clearly not expired, just not a great deal..... Which is what the hot/cold marks are for.....

LAME
#10
That migt have been my fault I clicked on the hot I take it I can't vote for my own find then. Is there anyway of gettin it back?
#11
hugheshouse
That migt have been my fault I clicked on the hot I take it I can't vote for my own find then. Is there anyway of gettin it back?


you're quite able to vote hot on your own deals, it will be spammed and expired because people will have clicked on them (I didn't BTW)
#12
hugheshouse
Yeah 24 x 30 = 720
Knock off that £350.00 for laptop which your getting = £370
£370 divide by 24 = £15.41 a month for your boradband

So ot bad a deal really call it a like a finance deal on laptop over two years with no APR on top.

Only thing I don't know is how fast the bordband is as it just states the fastest in it's field.

£18.50 per month if you buy the laptop at cheapest available price on the net and not RRP.

PS - I didnt expire this.
#13
Also please note if you do take this:

This plan comes with a fair use policy of 3GB a month.

We'll monitor how much you send and receive each calendar month so that we can protect our network for all our mobile broadband customers.

If you use more than your fair use policy amount, we won't charge you any more, but we may restrict how you can use your plan, depending on how often you go over your amount and by how much.


£15 PER MONTH ON THREE :

http://www.three.co.uk/personal/products_services_/mobile_broadband_/price_plans.omp
#14
It looks as though T-mobile are doing the Broadband only deal for £10 a month for first 3 months then £15 a month. So, total cost of broadband for 24 months would be £345 compared with £720 with the free (?) laptop, a difference of £375. Quick search on Google found laptop for £278 so you're paying an extra £97 to get 24 months credit on the laptop. My rough arithmetical calculation suggests that this is an APR of about 34% - not exactly a bargain!

And if T-mobile's wireless broadband coverage is as good as their mobile phone coverage, you might find it difficult to get your 3GB! :roll:
#15
tony_s1

And if T-mobile's wireless broadband coverage is as good as their mobile phone coverage, you might find it difficult to get your 3GB! :roll:


Yep, i'm with t-mobile (phone supports 3g and 3.5g browsing), and reception does put a real dampner on it :( Am switching to Vodafone soon tho :thumbsup:
#16
I was up Curry's yesterday and they were trying to peddle me the deal from 3 however I used to be a mobie customer of 3 and would never go back due to their network coverage that the guy said is now the best around. Not to sure to believe this as so many people have had bad expriances with 3.

Was hoping that Orange would do a dal other than the tiny laptops that they have as I am a mobile customer of theirs.
#17
hugheshouse
I was up Curry's yesterday and they were trying to peddle me the deal from 3 however I used to be a mobie customer of 3 and would never go back due to their network coverage that the guy said is now the best around. Not to sure to believe this as so many people have had bad expriances with 3.

Was hoping that Orange would do a dal other than the tiny laptops that they have as I am a mobile customer of theirs.


T-Mobile and 3 Share their 3G networks so both should be quite good, I use 3 and previously T-Mobile and had no problems with coverage
#18
spaaa;2784710
So normally the mobile broadband is worth £15 a month,
24x15=£360.

So if you were wanting the mobile broadband, then your basically paying £10 interest to buy a £350 laptop over 24 months.

Seems like an ok deal, if you want a low spec laptop and mobile broadband.


T-Mobile would have done better to make the lappy an Asus EEE PC 901, and do the whole deal for £27.50 a month.

That's right.This is how I calculated.However I would not tie to any ISP for 2 years.Also,Virgin charges me £10/month. Maybe in a year's time the network charges will be even lower (under £15)

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