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HTC Desire HD - £25.00pm (T-Mob) @ e2save

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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
*FREE PHONE*
- 600 mins
- 500 texts
- 1GB internet data
- 24 month contract

http://www.e2save.com/mobile-phone/contract/htc/HTC-Desire-HD.html?tariffcode=C35TEAPR10 - then click T-Mobile to see their deals only.

With T-Mobile who have just recently merged 2G signal with Orange, resulting in fantastic signal everywhere, and will early next year be merging 3G too.

Cracking deal. You can keep your number too.

As Borat says, there is Quidco cash back available too.
From Quidco - '£46 for a completed pay monthly mobile phone contract'

For more info on the phone - http://www.htc.com/www/product/desirehd/overview.html
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2 Likes #1
good deal
1 Like #2
plus quidco
1 Like #3
beat me to posting by 2 mins...good deal considering t-mobile want £200 for the handset on this contract.
1 Like #4
Can anyone tell me what the process is when you buy through a website like these? Does the contract begin when you activate the phone after receiving it, or does it start as soon as they send it to you? I would love to get it now, it's just I have to see off my Vodafone contract until November :(, and won't get my PAC code until then.

Anyone shed any light on a way round the situation?
Cheers.
1 Like #5
2 years ;(
1 Like #6
chcezary
2 years ;(


Becoming standard now.. sucks.
1 Like #7
Would be great if Voda or 3, only Networks that work in my shop. T mobile, Orange & O2 I have to stand outside. :(
1 Like #8
Go to deal gives me an empty basket :(

searching for desire HD I can find t-mobile deal for £25pm but it's on a t-mobile text 600 tariff (I.e 600mins unlimited text but NO data)

anyone provide a link to the deal direct - ta
1 Like #9
Doesn't matter was looking at the recommended deal which stupidly suggest text 600. Scrolling to the bottom and selecting tmobile tab lists web 600 deal as 2nd one down the list
1 Like #10
Njay
Go to deal gives me an empty basket :(

searching for desire HD I can find t-mobile deal for £25pm but it's on a t-mobile text 600 tariff (I.e 600mins unlimited text but NO data)

anyone provide a link to the deal direct - ta


Click T-Mobile, so it only shows their deals, and it will be the top one.

http://cl.ly/2tjQ


Edited By: Bomster on Oct 19, 2010 20:50: .
1 Like #11
Looks like a good deal. Just coming to my upgrade with Vodafone and they can't offer me a decent deal at the moment. Might be a good option.
1 Like #12
can't find the 1gb data option? even using the instructions that bomstar gave
1 Like #13
Bornster: With T-Mobile who have just recently merged 2G signal with Orange, resulting in fantastic signal everywhere, and will early next year be merging 3G too.


http://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/tmobile-or-orange-free-upgrade-to-u/771847

Shameless of me! :-)


Edited By: marnstars on Oct 19, 2010 21:00: Update link
1 Like #14
lol its ok i found it
1 Like #15
Anybody know if the texts allow mms?
1 Like #16
No MMS will be charged at T-Mobile's rate. Probably around 20p.
1 Like #17
jockydee79
Anybody know if the texts allow mms?


With T-Mobile no, MMS are additional charge.
1 Like #18
Ok thanks. Still hot
1 Like #19
It's a good deal shame its **** 24 months. I'd even be willing to pay upto £200 for the handset just to make it 12 months :(
1 Like #20
crap, just got £205 for phone and 25pm for 18 months then 80 cashback = £575 :/

300min, unlimited text, unlimited internet.

Edited By: THRILLER-DEEJAY on Oct 19, 2010 21:18: .
#21
THRILLER-DEEJAY
crap, just got £205 for phone and 25pm for 18 months then 80 cashback = £575 :/


You received the handset yet?
suspended#22
PraxxtorCruel
It's a good deal shame its **** 24 months. I'd even be willing to pay upto £200 for the handset just to make it 12 months:(


Why? I can't see the logic in that unless your that bothered about upgrading in 12 months time.
If that was the case wouldnt it be better to put in an additional £150 (£350 total) and get the desire + a sim only contract and a little quidco along the way too.
#23
Bomster
THRILLER-DEEJAY
crap, just got £205 for phone and 25pm for 18 months then 80 cashback = £575 :/


You received the handset yet?
na only ordered last after spending ages on what tariff to pick :/
#24
THRILLER-DEEJAY
crap, just got £205 for phone and 25pm for 18 months then 80 cashback = £575 :/

300min, unlimited text, unlimited internet.
should i cancel this and get this offer? are there any better 18 month deals?
#25
well spotted op, this is very tempting. now im in a dilemma & probs need some advice. do i:

a. sell the old 3gs, buy this phone (expecting to pay around £450) on pay-g or sim-free when available, and stick with my £20pm O2 simplicity (800 mins, 1600 txt, free mms)

b. pack o2 in, go for this deal, still sell the 3gs, have a bit money the sky rocket but ultimately pay £5 more per month for two years.

i REALLY want this phone too, been waiting for this since it got leaked months ago so i dont want it to cloud my judgement. is it wise to hang on for possible better deals, seeing as its only just been released? the only thing i want to keep my o2 running is cause i still qualify for free mms which i use quite a lot.
#26
THRILLER-DEEJAY
Bomster
THRILLER-DEEJAY
crap, just got £205 for phone and 25pm for 18 months then 80 cashback = £575 :/


You received the handset yet?
na only ordered last after spending ages on what tariff to pick :/


Can you shed any light on my predicament mate?

Can anyone tell me what the process is when you buy through a website like these? Does the contract begin when you activate the phone after receiving it, or does it start as soon as they send it to you? I would love to get it now, it's just I have to see off my Vodafone contract until November , and won't get my PAC code until then.

Anyone shed any light on a way round the situation?
Cheers.
#27
austinc

a. sell the old 3gs, buy this phone (expecting to pay around £450) on pay-g or sim-free when available, and stick with my £20pm O2 simplicity (800 mins, 1600 txt, free mms)


I'm guessing your O2 contract includes data too? If so, I would go for choice A tbh.
#28
Close to getting this. Can request my PAC code fom next week. How do I go about keeping my number on the website and still go through quidco?
Cheers
#29
Contract begins immediately, you can't delay it.
#30
Bomster
No MMS will be charged at T-Mobile's rate. Probably around 20p.


i havent checked, but my guess is 40p
#31
jockydee79
Close to getting this. Can request my PAC code fom next week. How do I go about keeping my number on the website and still go through quidco?
Cheers


get the phone with the new number and then phone t-mobile once you have your pac code to port it
#32
Bomster
austinc

a. sell the old 3gs, buy this phone (expecting to pay around £450) on pay-g or sim-free when available, and stick with my £20pm O2 simplicity (800 mins, 1600 txt, free mms)


I'm guessing your O2 contract includes data too? If so, I would go for choice A tbh.


yeah it does, they capped it to 500mb but kept me on free mms. strange.
#33
Liddle ol' me
jockydee79
Close to getting this. Can request my PAC code fom next week. How do I go about keeping my number on the website and still go through quidco?
Cheers


get the phone with the new number and then phone t-mobile once you have your pac code to port it


It says on e2save that you can't do this. That you must apply for number transfers prior to your order.
#34
t-mobile and orange will be the best network soon, bye bye o2
#35
There is not and never will be a 'best' network.

In terms of signal it all depends on coverage for your area (but I'm sure you don't need me to explain that to you). They'll all try and convince you that their network checker rates as perfect for the part of the country you inhabit, but the reality is more often than not a complete pack of lies.

In terms of business practices, again there is no 'best' - each of the major providers has, at one time or another attempted to shirk the responsibilities of contracts they set up to the disadvantage of the customer.

Edited By: StolenDiagram on Oct 19, 2010 21:42: .
#36
Not bad at all, its a pity we're getting stuck with 2 yr contracts though.
suspended#37
THRILLER-DEEJAY
t-mobile and orange will be the best network soon, bye bye o2


Im with Orange, and their customer service is... how can I put it without swearing... I can't!
#38
very good deal, bit jealous of this now since i just bought the phone outright!!
#39
jonny619447
THRILLER-DEEJAY
t-mobile and orange will be the best network soon, bye bye o2


Im with Orange, and their customer service is... how can I put it without swearing... I can't!
i only mean as in signal will be better coverage than anyother network. i dont think any network has good customer service. All they want is your money.
#40
i think its a price error , look at the handset prices for the rest of the tarriffs,

£20 a month and you pay £174.99
£25 a month and its free (sounds too good)
£30 and its £49.99
£35 and its £19.99
Might be wrong just a very good deal ,

Edited By: DE4L3R on Oct 19, 2010 21:58: added

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