free Samsung Omnia 7 300 mins, UNLIMITED txts, 1gb internet £12.50pm 24 mnths (£300 all in) @ T-Mobile - HotUKDeals
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Hey,

Not posted for a while but just called T mobile as a new customer on 08009565044 and was offered / snapped up this deal.

The phone is about £300 worth and the entire contract comes to just £300 - so this was a worthy alternative to the £10pm giff gaff as I needed a new second phone which only worked out at an extra £60 over the 24 months - STEAL - apparently this is available just this weekend.

Amazing 4" Super AMOLED touchscreen
HD recording and playback
Speedy 1GHz processor

A quick google will give you all the details :D

There is also a £7.50 600mins, 500 text and a flexible booster sim only deal if you dont need a phone but only has 500mb internet apparently if you choose that booster :-)

********* LINK ON BUTTON IS INCORRECT ----> CORRECT LINK HERE:- (just to website as you need to call for this deal) - http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/shop/pay-monthly/samsung-omnia-7/mobile-tariffs/ ************




Some reviews:-

http://www.engadget.com/2010/10/20/samsung-omnia-7-review/

http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/mobile-phones/samsung-omnia-7-gt-i8700-review-50001110/

http://www.techradar.com/reviews/phones/mobile-phones/samsung-omnia-7-900360/review
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4 Likes #1
2 year deals are flamin' ridiculous.
Wouldn't touch one with a bargepole.
#2
PhilK
2 year deals are flamin' ridiculous.
Wouldn't touch one with a bargepole.


lucky to find one that isnt 2 years nowerdays, saying that tho is there not a law coming in soon where they cant offer 24 months anymore

personally think this is a good deal....heat from me

Edited By: bo9dster007 on Jun 11, 2011 12:34
#3
I've been keeping my eye out for a reasonably priced monthly payment with unlimited text - and this may be it! Thanks for posting :)
#4
you wrote T mobile, but u put link to talk mobile


Edited By: llno on Jun 11, 2011 12:54
#5
Is this on the T-Mobile network via Talk Mobile?
#6
It is t mobile I put the wrong link really sorry - if a mod could put it back to t-mob - the link was just to show the phone but I had 3 or 4 open and used the wrong one whoops - http://www.t-mobile.co.uk/shop/pay-monthly/samsung-omnia-7/mobile-tariffs/

This tariff is not online you need to call the number :-)
#7
PhilK
2 year deals are flamin' ridiculous.
Wouldn't touch one with a bargepole.



I agree in that and I haven't got a new phone in ages because of them, but I finally broke and went for it since this time is a small commitment. I can only see the monthly commitments increasing when the law changes soon anyway.

I think its a good deal tho if your happy to get a contract as many are :-)
1 Like #8
bo9dster007
PhilK
2 year deals are flamin' ridiculous.
Wouldn't touch one with a bargepole.


lucky to find one that isnt 2 years nowerdays, saying that tho is there not a law coming in soon where they cant offer 24 months anymore


theres no law to stop 2 year contracts, they are banning 3 year contracts not 2 year ones, also providers must be able to offer 12 month contracts now




Edited By: n1ttygr1tty on Jun 11, 2011 13:15
#9
n1ttygr1tty
bo9dster007
PhilK
2 year deals are flamin' ridiculous.
Wouldn't touch one with a bargepole.


lucky to find one that isnt 2 years nowerdays, saying that tho is there not a law coming in soon where they cant offer 24 months anymore


theres no law to stop 2 year contracts, they are banning 3 year contracts not 2 year ones, also providers must be able to offer 12 month contracts now



Ahh I see... I must have heard the same rumour then... I never even saw a 3 year contract :-O

Still nothing compared to a 5 year car loan or a mortgage lol :)
2 Likes #10
I got this on a previous deal posted and I have to say its a brilliant phone if you don't mind the contract.
2 Likes #11
I don't get some people? I have just ordered 2 because it works out cheaper than PAYG over 2yrs and they come with 2 great handsets with a current operating system as well.
Free internet for 2 yrs will keep the kids off my laptop for a while
Heat Added
#12
does anyone have any personal experience of talkmobille ?
thanks in advance
1 Like #13
7iain7
does anyone have any personal experience of talkmobille ?
thanks in advance


This is T mobile, sorry for the confusion :-)
#14
T-mob have been trying to get rid of these phones, they had £100 quidco last week, it worked out to be £33 cheaper than this though, still decent though.
#15
rash
T-mob have been trying to get rid of these phones, they had £100 quidco last week, it worked out to be £33 cheaper than this though, still decent though.


Really? Damn, but was that not with just the 300 texts, and 500mb internet? I was advised, re-advised and then phoned another sales person to double check this one has the unlimited texts and 1gb internet - well worth the extra £33 IMO :-)
#16
rendeverance
n1ttygr1tty
bo9dster007
PhilK
2 year deals are flamin' ridiculous.
Wouldn't touch one with a bargepole.


lucky to find one that isnt 2 years nowerdays, saying that tho is there not a law coming in soon where they cant offer 24 months anymore


theres no law to stop 2 year contracts, they are banning 3 year contracts not 2 year ones, also providers must be able to offer 12 month contracts now



Ahh I see... I must have heard the same rumour then... I never even saw a 3 year contract :-O

Still nothing compared to a 5 year car loan or a mortgage lol :)

IIRC the only 3 year contract was the £5 orange one.
#17
Ordered one. I've got 300min, 300texts,1gb internet,unlimited land line calls. £12.50/month for 24 months. Also they said they have HTC desire/ sonyerricson x8/ htc wildfire also on the same tariff. I have android phone already, wanted to try the windows phone this time. Their mango update(windows 7.5) seems interesting. HEAT ADDED.
#18
rendeverance
n1ttygr1tty
bo9dster007
PhilK
2 year deals are flamin' ridiculous.
Wouldn't touch one with a bargepole.


lucky to find one that isnt 2 years nowerdays, saying that tho is there not a law coming in soon where they cant offer 24 months anymore


theres no law to stop 2 year contracts, they are banning 3 year contracts not 2 year ones, also providers must be able to offer 12 month contracts now



Ahh I see... I must have heard the same rumour then... I never even saw a 3 year contract :-O

Still nothing compared to a 5 year car loan or a mortgage lol :)

Three year contracts are common in Austria, they had 24 month ones when we were only just beginning with 18 month ones.
#19
Hot, could easily just use the sim and keep the phone as a back up or something to play around with or whatever.
#20
nice
#21
lol took this for £15 pm just the other day. cracking phone and great os.
#22
Seems to be comin up at £15.32 for me?
#23
If someone is interested in a shorter contract (18 Months) will work out a bit cheaper if quidco is taken into consideration.

This is for 300 Mins 300 Texts and internet booster
£20.42 x 18 Months = £367.56
LESS QUIDCO £80.00
Total = £287.56
#24
robjd
lol took this for £15 pm just the other day. cracking phone and great os.

Is the phone locked to T-Mobile?
#25
Horrible looking phone this
#26
Great phone. Super amoled screen aswell. The os is a and there's loads of apps added everyday! Over 21000 already
#27
Showing up as £15.32 for anybody else?

Do you have to ring to get this price?
#28
Lots of disappointed user reviews for this model here.
#29
Lots of disappointed user reviews for this model here.
#30
Voted hot , some good deals from T-mobile lately ,i got the SE mini x10 pro 100 mins ( not much but skype :D ) unlimited texts and internet for £10 , beauty of a phone.
#31
Absolute bargin! Heat added.
#32
Silly question from a 20 year old who has never had a contract phone do you have to pay monthly or can you pay the entire 300 up front? Sorry for the many comments IE screwed up or the site whatever...

Edited By: Sylar2010 on Jun 11, 2011 21:50: Fix
#33
WP7 devices are getting so cheap these days. Microsoft trying hard and subsidising? Not selling well at all? Just cheap to make? Curious as to the reason...
#34
I agree about 24 month contracts being a pain, but it doesnt matter if you get a good one. It only matters (to me) if it is one of those God Awful overpriced ones with an iPhone.
#35
martino2k6
WP7 devices are getting so cheap these days. Microsoft trying hard and subsidising? Not selling well at all? Just cheap to make? Curious as to the reason...


Reason is apple products have higher prices aka the apple tax.
#36
I don't see what's wrong with 24 month, i got this phone on the orange deal a while back - £10.99 for 24 months which is £264.76 over the term which was cheaper or about the same price as buying on payg and get to use the phone for free for 24 months as a bonus.

Excellent phone though, Windows Phone 7 is really good- never crashes either... sooo much different than Windows Mobile which was awful
#37
do you have to ring to get this pffer
#38
Good deal as posted web site shows £15.32pm but can get £101 back via Topcashback for 2 more days =£11.10pm
#39
Anyone know the anwser to my question im not looking for it on pay as you go but rather im asking could pay the £300 upon taking out the contact and use the phone with the contract for the two years i.e. so i had no on going commitments?
#40
komi
do you have to ring to get this pffer

Yes

From OP
"Not posted for a while but just called T mobile as a new customer on 08009565044 and was offered / snapped up this deal."

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