G2 Touch (HTC HERO) now £15 pm free phone @ T-mobile - HotUKDeals
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Looking for the desire deal earlier, and have noticed Tmobile have now changed their deals, Hero now available for £15pm with free phone, and 100min/text + free internet + extra booster, which can be free landline calls or unlimited texts.

Also available for £10 pm but the phone cost is £149, so better to pay an extra £5pm (24x£5=£120)

Quidco also available!
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#1
Good deal, if it ever gets an OS upgrade.
#2
GAVINLEWISHUKD;8439648
Good deal, if it ever gets an OS upgrade.

Good deal even without it, my daughter has it and it is still a cracking phone, without being too bulky.
suspended#3
https://www.t-mobile.co.uk/shop/mobile-phones/phones/pay-monthly/t-mobile/g2-touch/pay-monthly/plans/?WT.mc_id=ON_QM_A_BuyAT

£20 tariff has an extra 500 mins and 400 texts. you also get 15 more quidco.

voted hot for this deal though as 10 a month for this phone with 100 mins and unlimited texts is a cracking deal even though contract is 2 years
#4
Can I ask what might be a silly question ??

If you get 100 free cross network minutes, but also choose the flexible booster of Unlimited Landlines, how is this managed ??

If for instance you make 100 minutes of landline calls does this count as your first 100 mins for the cross network or do they somehow seperate this so that your 100 minutes can be used only for mobile calls leaving your Booster to take care of any landline minutes ???

does this make sense ??

I make a lot of landline calls from my mobile you see, but also need to have some cross network but I could live with 100 mins if this was only used for mobile to mobile calls.

Anyone know ??
suspended#5
gizmo_gadgets
Can I ask what might be a silly question ??

If you get 100 free cross network minutes, but also choose the flexible booster of Unlimited Landlines, how is this managed ??

If for instance you make 100 minutes of landline calls does this count as your first 100 mins for the cross network or do they somehow seperate this so that your 100 minutes can be used only for mobile calls leaving your Booster to take care of any landline minutes ???

does this make sense ??

I make a lot of landline calls from my mobile you see, but also need to have some cross network but I could live with 100 mins if this was only used for mobile to mobile calls.

Anyone know ??


I would assume that all landline mins are not charged at all and would appear as free calls on the bill, which would mean your 100 cross net mins are untouched.

Not 100% sure but pretty sure it works that way :)
#6
gizmo_gadgets
Can I ask what might be a silly question ??

If you get 100 free cross network minutes, but also choose the flexible booster of Unlimited Landlines, how is this managed ??

If for instance you make 100 minutes of landline calls does this count as your first 100 mins for the cross network or do they somehow seperate this so that your 100 minutes can be used only for mobile calls leaving your Booster to take care of any landline minutes ???

does this make sense ??

I make a lot of landline calls from my mobile you see, but also need to have some cross network but I could live with 100 mins if this was only used for mobile to mobile calls.

Anyone know ??


07 numbers are covered by you 100 mins. Anything with 01 or 02 is covered by your land lines. (this is the case with vodafone, would expect t-mobile to be the same).
#7
Brilliant, thanks for the answers both.

I know that seemed to make sense to me, but I just wanted to make sure I was understanding it correctly.

Thanks again.
#8
great deal...hot
#10
shame it's such a loooong contract, 2 years - no thanks, unless you can upgrade at 12 months etc
#11
gizmo_gadgets
Can I ask what might be a silly question ??

If you get 100 free cross network minutes, but also choose the flexible booster of Unlimited Landlines, how is this managed ??

If for instance you make 100 minutes of landline calls does this count as your first 100 mins for the cross network or do they somehow seperate this so that your 100 minutes can be used only for mobile calls leaving your Booster to take care of any landline minutes ???

does this make sense ??

I make a lot of landline calls from my mobile you see, but also need to have some cross network but I could live with 100 mins if this was only used for mobile to mobile calls.

Anyone know ??

In T-mobile contracts Any network Mobile numbers are covered by your 100 mins. Anything with 01 or 02 (Landline numbers) are covered by your land lines Boosters. So for £10, you really get 100 minutes any time any network mobile minutes and unlimited landline minutes. (I have a £10 T-mobile contract with 100 any network minutes and unlimited landline minutes).
#12
This is a really cracking deal for a great phone, don't forget £20 cashback with Quidco. Good find
#13
similar deal was posted here appx 2 months a go.
i had this phone for £66 up front 10 a month (24) 100 min 100 text U/L Internet and U/L land line calls. i am sure if you ring direct you will get phone for cheaper than 149...
i have recommend a friend deal if any one wants it £25 shopping voucher for both.. PM me if anyone interested.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/608850/htc-hero-on-t-mobile-g2-touch-10pm-
#14
I am already a T-mobile customer and called to take a another contract for £10 a month option, Managed to pay only £40 for the phone. Package includes
100 mins
100 texts
Unlimited internet and
Unlimited T-mobile calls.

Also this deal is available through recommend a friend option in that case both gets £25 worth of vouchers. If anyone wants to take this deal please pm me.
#15
rengajyot1
I am already a T-mobile customer and called to take a another contract for £10 a month option, Managed to pay only £40 for the phone. Package includes
100 mins
100 texts
Unlimited internet and
Unlimited T-mobile calls.

Also this deal is available through recommend a friend option in that case both gets £25 worth of vouchers. If anyone wants to take this deal please pm me.


Hi

When did u got this deal (£40 for phone on £10/month contract)?

Thanx
#16
Last night at 7.45pm. Spoke to call centre rep Catherine.
#17
Are you a T-mobile customer already to get the phone cheaper on £10 a month?

I am leaving Virgin, they just wont give me any deals through their retentions people, and looking for this or the Desire. Shame about the 24 month contract, but it's the norm almost
great find, as the G2 is hard to find deals on, as they dont seem to show it on most websites I have looked at, because it is a T-mobile branding.
#18
Could someone help me out please..I have the money to buy the phone outright, but there are some cracking contract deals out there, what I don't get is why so many people suggest to buy it outright if you can, what are the benefits of doing so?
DESPERATELY in need of a new phone guys, and feel like I want to treat myself. So THIS or the desire is my second question. And I'm pretty much a basic user, just want a nice gadgetry phone really.
#19
Top deal, good spot and ordered.:thumbsup:
Thanks
#20
equalityforall
shame it's such a loooong contract, 2 years - no thanks, unless you can upgrade at 12 months etc


Some of us have no issues with 2 years. I personally don't change my phones that often, as I don't need to have the latest thing. I just wanted the internet on the move facility, and plan on keeping this for a few years. Too much premium just to change a phone 6 months sooner, IMHO.

besides, it has a 2 year warranty from T-mobile, so not an issue. after that I will see what I can screw them for a sim only deal.
#21
Tumello
Could someone help me out please..I have the money to buy the phone outright, but there are some cracking contract deals out there, what I don't get is why so many people suggest to buy it outright if you can, what are the benefits of doing so?
DESPERATELY in need of a new phone guys, and feel like I want to treat myself. So THIS or the desire is my second question. And I'm pretty much a basic user, just want a nice gadgetry phone really.


I don't think many would argue that the desire is a better phone.
For a simple user, who wants a nice phone with a bit of internet usage, this will do.
The desire will be more "future-proof".
In 6 months something else will be better.

Look at the price of the phone outright, then how long you wish to keep it.
If you buy the phone you can get a short term sim only deal for £10 or so, and sell the phone whenever you want and replace it when a better phone comes along.
You need to work out what you use a month, and how much that contract will cost in total to the price of the phone without a contract. No point getting a £30 a month deal if you send 3 text messages a year.
#22
I've just called for a friend about this, and they offered £100 for the phone on the £10 a month contract (down from £149 on their website). Seeing as how I paid £86 a few months ago for mine, and the phone is now even more outdated by the Desire and Legends being released and the lack of a confirmed upgrade date, this seems pretty expensive..
#23
I have the this phone on T-Mobile and I would seriously advise anyone thinking about this deal to read this first - http://support.t-mobile.co.uk/discussions/index?page=forums&topic=8010384abbabde01276d5f3caa005e2d

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