HTC Desire HD free handset & £21 pm after all cashback - 24mths - 600mins & Unlimited texts - HotUKDeals
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HTC Desire HD from e2save.

£183.84 cashback you can claim by redemtion from e2save and £46.46 cashback if you use topcashback i work this out to be about £21 per month (£504 total) instead of the advertised £30.64.

This deal is available with O2 and Vodafone. It looks like you can add on 500mb of internet for about a fiver.

24 month contract with 600 minutes and unlimited texts make this a better deal than the one offered by dialaphone (300 mins, unlimited texts and 500mb for £30.64pm).

Yes i know its a pain claiming the cashback by redemption but if you can be arsed to send your bill every few months then you can have the phone at this price.
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#1
e2save usually leaves you out in the cold on this site. Fairly good deal though so I'll give you some heat.
#2
I have never used e2save so not sure what the service is like but if anyone can point me to a similar or better deal for the DHD on O2 (only network that works in my flat) then please do
#3
deasyb
e2save usually leaves you out in the cold on this site. Fairly good deal though so I'll give you some heat.


What do you mean, leaves you out in the cold?
#4
Henvig


What do you mean, leaves you out in the cold?


Any e2save deals I've seen in the past have been voted cold.
#5
im voting hot

See this deal already with vodafone, e2save, t mobile i think its great you get 1 gb of internet transfer free as well each month ( one of them)
#6
Why so cold?

Please find me a cheaper way to get the handset on any contract for less than £504 total spend with that amount of minutes and texts?

It may not be everyones ideal to be claiming cashback by redemption but it is possible and i see no reason why that should make this cold - you can either be arsed or you can't? I've claimed hundreds back by redemption in the past.

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