HP iPAQ 614c - 3G HSDPA Windows Mobile GPS Phone/PDA for £167.62 or £199.00 - major bargain - HotUKDeals
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Fantastic phone/PDA/GPS device with keypad

A bit more bulky then your average phone but at this price could just buy just for GPS navigation or as secondary phone!

Does not come with GPs software but you can use something like google maps for free or buy Tom Tom.

Normally £340, at promotional price of £252.53 (for limited period).
Then get £40 off by signing up for HP email.
Then claim £50 back in HP cash back offer (by end of june) AND/OR claim 8% from quidco.

Note that there is some dispute in this thread whether both promotions will be honoured from HP (ie.e the £40 and the £50). We will not know for sure until someone reports back. But at potentially £199 (with quidco and only including the £40 reduction) this is still very cheap.

for £50, fill out form and send off:
http://h40059.www4.hp.com/morepc/pdf/june-claim-form.pdf?jumpid=in_rm_r2515_uk_en_dsc_smb_20080603163912278

from HP:
Overview

The iPAQ 600 Business Navigator is a 3G mobile phone with GPS navigation. With high-speed wireless access 1,2,3,4 and the ability to run enterprise applications, it allows you to move your business forward turn-by-turn.
1, 2, 3, 4 Please visit our disclaimer pages for more information

Features

Easily scroll through email 1, zoom in/out of maps, or navigate through files with the Smart Touch navigational wheel. Use your voice to perform common tasks with HP Voice Commander and reply to email [k1] with HP Voice Reply.

Use your phone globally via 3G and Quad-band wireless technology 1, 2, 3, 4. Find your way with integrated navigation capabilities 5 and the enhanced performance of Assisted GPS.

Switch easily from portrait to landscape display modes for enhanced visibility.

Access the Internet with your notebook or PC over high-speed HSDPA using HP iPAQ Mobile Broadband Connect 1.

Use mobile versions of familiar business tools such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
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#1
possibly 20 % with quidco, 10% home sales and bonus 10% using HPQUIDCO code :thumbsup:
#2
can i install tomtom 5 on this?
#3
It will take TomTom6 actually i believe according to the comments on the product page itself
#4
cRuNcHiE
It will take TomTom6 actually i believe according to the comments on the product page itself


yes but i have already got tomtom 5 ..

can't seemto stack the codes either

CAN Someone send me the link to the hp cashback! please
#5
anh_duong
yes but i have already got tomtom 5 ..

can't seemto stack the codes either

CAN Someone send me the link to the hp cashback!


very disapointing will only take 1 code at checkout-not so hot :thinking:
cant see any link to cashback either and one of the codes listed isnt valid as purchase has to be over £235 exc VAT
#6
Can someone post details of the cashback?

Otherwise voted freezing cold!
#7
dxmon
Can someone post details of the cashback?

Otherwise voted freezing cold!




No mention of cashback under promotions on website,this deal is getting colder by the minute!
#8
dxmon
Can someone post details of the cashback?

Otherwise voted freezing cold!


http://h40059.www4.hp.com/morepc/pdf/june-claim-form.pdf?jumpid=in_rm_r2515_uk_en_dsc_smb_20080603163912278

i have ordered one .. this is selling 200+ on ebay.. will sell my 6915
#10
purchase one from quidco, and screen copy the PCsaving page as evidence, see what's going on. the phone is exactly the one i am looking for, 3G,GPS,Windows, that gonna be my mobile office.
#11
So-so review here from March suggests that 3G network connectivity is a bit flaky. Just checked & there are no updates addressing this as yet.
1 Like #12
dxmon;2337006
Can someone post details of the cashback?

Otherwise voted freezing cold!


Ooo the power some people feel by being able to click that cold button.....
1 Like #13
i've mentioned this before but never got a reply.
T&Cs number 11:
The offer is valid only in the UK for private end users and business customers. This offer may not be combined with any other promotional offers or special pricing offered on the qualifying products during the timescale of this promotion.

Special pricing? the OP mentions its on a promo price so surely they will not give you the cashback on that.

So anyone done it with codes and still get the cashback?
#14
Stupid wingers

Excellent deal! HOT HOT HOT! I dont know about the Quidco, but the rest is really easy. Just sign up for their newsletter and recieve £40 and follow the link for £50 cashback. So you end up with a satnav which "really" fits in your pocket and has a phone built in - excellent for those day outings or people who work on the go etc.

Dxmon and friends: Its people like you who put people like me off from posting deals. Here, we have a perfect example of a deal way below current market value on device with fantastic feature for its target market, and all you get as a thank you is comments like yours.
#15
mug51
i've mentioned this before but never got a reply.
T&Cs number 11:
The offer is valid only in the UK for private end users and business customers. This offer may not be combined with any other promotional offers or special pricing offered on the qualifying products during the timescale of this promotion.

Special pricing? the OP mentions its on a promo price so surely they will not give you the cashback on that.

So anyone done it with codes and still get the cashback?


this is a risk. however the £40 promotion is for the email list and is technically not a pricing promotion offer tied to any device. it can also only be used once, so you can not reuse it, say, on a hp 314.
nevertheles, even if its £50 less, £217 is still a bargain. look at other devices with 3G and GPS on [url]www.expansys.com[/url] to see what i mean. rgds
#16
not sure if you are directing the 'stupid whingers' at me, my comment was if this is a flawed concept because of the T&Cs for the £50 cashback, not trying to put you guys off the deal.

the £40 off thing to them may be considered as a promotional offer and hence you will not receive the £50.
#17
Erum, where do I find the newsletter...

Tempted to get this to replace my wonderful SPVM700 ;o)

Thanks!
#18
my quico (17 pounds) just tracked.. seems odd because = 10%???!!!

maybe it is because i used the quidco voucher
#19
mug51
not sure if you are directing the 'stupid whingers' at me, my comment was if this is a flawed concept because of the T&Cs for the £50 cashback, not trying to put you guys off the deal.

the £40 off thing to them may be considered as a promotional offer and hence you will not receive the £50.


Good point, I cannot see the £50 cashback mentioned anywhere during the purchase process - would that implied its not eligiible?
#20
Oops, got the newsletter. But quidco says only 8%?
#21
ought
Oops, got the newsletter. But quidco says only 8%?


It was 10% when I looked yesterday, they ve changed it!
#22
Hmm, seems like you got a good point there - they may actually not honor the 50 quid based on the discount already applied via the newsletter promo.
How can we be sure it will? does anyone know how to contact HP to ask? (yes - I guess the answer is call them:)
#23
arielgr
Hmm, seems like you got a good point there - they may actually not honor the 50 quid based on the discount already applied via the newsletter promo.
How can we be sure it will? does anyone know how to contact HP to ask? (yes - I guess the answer is call them:)


Just rang them and they checked and confirmed the web price is promotional and does NOT qualify for the £50 cashback,hence this should now be expired or heavily edited
#24
mug51
not sure if you are directing the 'stupid whingers' at me, my comment was if this is a flawed concept because of the T&Cs for the £50 cashback, not trying to put you guys off the deal.

the £40 off thing to them may be considered as a promotional offer and hence you will not receive the £50.


My comment was NOT directed at people like you. You raised a very valid point, which I am also unsure of now. (UPDATE: I see Bully has verified that it does not work) My comment was directed at the abusive, childish language used by others, when they are simply too thick to follow the instructions and their comments are usually followed by ... freezing cold from me if I dont get an answer etc.

BTW, rep added for raising this valid point.
#25
skybooks
Stupid wingers

Excellent deal! HOT HOT HOT! I dont know about the Quidco, but the rest is really easy. Just sign up for their newsletter and recieve £40 and follow the link for £50 cashback. So you end up with a satnav which "really" fits in your pocket and has a phone built in - excellent for those day outings or people who work on the go etc.

Dxmon and friends: Its people like you who put people like me off from posting deals. Here, we have a perfect example of a deal way below current market value on device with fantastic feature for its target market, and all you get as a thank you is comments like yours.


Do you not think people on here have a sense of humour that post things on this site?
Maybe I should of used some canned laughter (Or smiley) to make it clearer!

Shame orignal post wasn't so clear either... maybe we should all buy without even questioning it!!
#26
So how much would one be paying in total for this PDA if all possible codes worked and Quidco tracked?
#27
Bully;2338608
Just rang them and they checked and confirmed the web price is promotional and does NOT qualify for the £50 cashback,hence this should now be expired or heavily edited
Hmm.. you can get the phone from Expansys for £270 and they have the £50 cashback form.

http://www.expansys.com/p.aspx?i=156155

So I'm not sure why HP wouldn't honour it direct.


The question is, do I get one of these or wait for the new iPhone, get the 8GB version and jailbreak it to use my current SIM...
#28
mr.velvet
Hmm.. you can get the phone from Expansys for £270 and they have the £50 cashback form.

http://www.expansys.com/p.aspx?i=156155

So I'm not sure why HP wouldn't honour it direct.


The question is, do I get one of these or wait for the new iPhone, get the 8GB version and jailbreak it to use my current SIM...


i have the iphone, the old model. for me, the iphone is better overall because it has a longer battery life but if you want gps then this phone is your only real choice.

there is also no guarantee that the new iphone is jailbreakable.

btw: i will still send in the voucher redemption and hope it gets through.

edit: TOTAL cost without 50 pounds cashback = 200 pounds (includes quidco)
#29
Bully
Just rang them and they checked and confirmed the web price is promotional and does NOT qualify for the £50 cashback,hence this should now be expired or heavily edited


how did you phrase this to the salesperson ?
the salespeople at HP usually do not know what is going on.
the proof is whether the cash back is honoured.

In any event if you look at other sites you will see that £199 (less quidco) for this type of phone is very cheap
#30
colonel
how did you phrase this to the salesperson ?
the salespeople at HP usually do not know what is going on.
the proof is whether the cash back is honoured.

In any event if you look at other sites you will see that £199 (less quidco) for this type of phone is very cheap


The girl i spoke to said something about a memo confirming that cashback would not be valid on the website promotional price
#31
Bully
The girl i spoke to said something about a memo confirming that cashback would not be valid on the website promotional price


Interesting. So is that any promotion ?
If so, presumably that would cover HPQUIDCO as well ?

Therefore how to achieve the lowest cost ?

Well it would seem to be this, the price is £254. Buying through quidco (but NOT using the quidco voucher) would get an 8% reduction - £233.68
Then applying for the £50 cash back would give £183.68.

That would appear to be the lowest price.

This is becoming complicated ........
However i believe any price under £250, especially £199 is extremely cheap for this type of device!

Frankly I am not too sure about this. I am still going to go for the £40 and claiming the £50. I have had succesfull multiple claims from HP before.
Reading through the cashback T&Cs you could also read it that any quidco cashback would exclude the £50. so the safest way is to use the £40 reduction on the already reduced price, together with the quidco 8%. The riskyest is to claim additionally for the £50 cash back - but essentially you have nothing to loose by doing this, as they will not withdraw the quidco or £40 reduction if a £50 claim is received.

Clear as mud :)
#32
Cold IMO - dubious cashback deal, and better phones available in this class (for example, HTC Kaiser is available for a lot less, albeit on contract).
#33
MrShed
Cold IMO - dubious cashback deal, and better phones available in this class (for example, HTC Kaiser is available for a lot less, albeit on contract).


complete nonsense. The Kaiser is more then double the price.
talking about contracts is irrlelevant unless you are including all the future payments of the minimum contract period. This is not a helpful comment.
#34
In your opinion.

In my opinion, as these are business phones, they require a contract to get decent use. Therefore, I do not at all feel it is irrelevant to compare with a contract deal.

Plus, that was just an example. The htc touch is also a much better phone, albeit without the GPS.

By the way having had both this phone and the Kaiser, I know which I'd choose. It's a lot more, for good reason.
#35
MrShed
In your opinion.

In my opinion, as these are business phones, they require a contract to get decent use. Therefore, I do not at all feel it is irrelevant to compare with a contract deal.

Plus, that was just an example. The htc touch is also a much better phone, albeit without the GPS.

By the way having had both this phone and the Kaiser, I know which I'd choose. It's a lot more, for good reason.


Actually 3's data costs on PAYG are very low so no contract required. And saying the Kaiser is a lot more for good reason is pointless. If I was paying alot more I would expect a lot more.
#36
Thats if you want to go on 3. Generally speaking, data costs are significantly cheaper on contract.

My opinion by the way is just as valid as yours. As there are better phones on the market for the same thing, which can be acquired for not a lot more, I think it is cold. It is a valid reason to vote cold. You can disagree with me, but please dont attempt to ridicule my comments by saying that they are pointless or unhelpful. They are my opinion, and as such just as valid as anything you two have said.
#37
MrShed
Thats if you want to go on 3. Generally speaking, data costs are significantly cheaper on contract.

My opinion by the way is just as valid as yours. As there are better phones on the market for the same thing, which can be acquired for not a lot more, I think it is cold. It is a valid reason to vote cold. You can disagree with me, but please dont attempt to ridicule my comments by saying that they are pointless or unhelpful. They are my opinion, and as such just as valid as anything you two have said.


Actually, I made no attempt to suggest that your opinion wasn't valid or wanted. My only point was to say that comparing 2 completely different products at completely different price points was "pointless." No personal attack or ridicule was intended.
#38
MrShed
In your opinion.

In my opinion, as these are business phones, they require a contract to get decent use. Therefore, I do not at all feel it is irrelevant to compare with a contract deal.

Plus, that was just an example. The htc touch is also a much better phone, albeit without the GPS.

By the way having had both this phone and the Kaiser, I know which I'd choose. It's a lot more, for good reason.


you are joking of course. the htc touch does not have 3g, gps or a numeric keypad.

it is not valid to compare the kaiser, as it is twice the price. this is not a contract deal, so, as i said, contract deals are irrelevant
#39
For what its worth i have an HTC touch and its fantastic, just the on screen keypad could be better - so i dipped in and ordered one of these today...unfortunately no confirmation from HP yet, reading the guys story earlier i hope i get mine soon!.

Hope i get the cash back as mentioned earlier...that would be a nice discount.
#40
dickslash
So how much would one be paying in total for this PDA if all possible codes worked and Quidco tracked?


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