HTC Desire on Vodafone Pay as you go - Pre-order £378.99 + £3.99 P&P - HotUKDeals
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I'm new to this so go easy on me!!

Just noticed this deal as I was browsing through the Mobile Phones Direct site for a good contract deal on the Desire. I'm sure this will come in useful for someone though who just wants the handset!
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#1
£30 from topcashback makes it sub £350
#2
aztech
£30 from topcashback makes it sub £350


AArrghh! I wish this was true but no it's not. If you read carefully it's £30 cashback for Contracts & Upgrades only!

As for payg then it's £5.00 cashback only!

And don't forget P&P! That would be £3.99 thank you.

Personally I'd like to see it come down to around £350ish or of course less before I consider buying it.
#3
Ah...Well that was making me lean towards the Desire but am now back at trying to decide between this and the HD2
#4
this deal will not last, every where that had sub 400 have bumped towards 440 now.

beat me to it, H&R
#5
chromosome17
this deal will not last, every where that had sub 400 have bumped towards 440 now.

beat me to it, H&R


You reckon? Don't say that cus that would spoil everything! Some people sayin that it's going to come down?
#6
aztech
Ah...Well that was making me lean towards the Desire but am now back at trying to decide between this and the HD2


Htc HD2 is definitely an awesome phone but seriously I'd go for the desire cus latest android (2.1), flexibility and useful apps etc.
#7
Was about to post this, lowest price I have seen recently.
#8
Apart from the os & size of screen is there that much between HD2 and the Desire for an average user (not too techy)? I'm going to be moving from a trusted N95 8gb that I've used well the last 2 years. I've got a few weeks before my PAC code expires but cant really decide between them. The larger screen is tempting though.
#9
I'd really strongly advise not to get the HD2. It's a virtually dead OS which has little support now and will have none by the end of the year. I'm not the biggest Android fan (as I think they need to put something which integrates everything together as well as iTunes) but I've preordered this anyway! At least this is a living OS which is developing and the phone will get regular updates.

PS. A few friends went to the Mobile Congress in Barcelona recently and said the Desire was the only phone worth getting in the next few months.
#10
aztech
Apart from the os & size of screen is there that much between HD2 and the Desire for an average user (not too techy)? I'm going to be moving from a trusted N95 8gb that I've used well the last 2 years. I've got a few weeks before my PAC code expires but cant really decide between them. The larger screen is tempting though.


The Android OS coupled with HTC's Sence UI is absolutely wonderful and probably the best IMHO. This and the flexibility of running different applications at the same time is the best thing about Android based phones.

I would say that the second reason you should get this (HTC Desire) is because of the apps. There are some really cool apps and one may argue that Iphone apps are many and better, but that's something you'll have to think about, as Android may not be there yet (with the amount and quality of apps) but in terms of specs and flexibility are concerned, then HTC Desire wins no doubt!
#11
Just remember that although this looks cheap this IS a carrier locked phone which means if you ever want to change network then you will first have to unlock the device. This can be both difficult and cost money. O2, once they allowed it, charged £15 to unlock their iPhones. I would expect something similar for most smartphones.

For less than £9 more you can get the phone completely unlocked and carrier free. I think the price difference is worth it.

http://www.handtec.co.uk/product.php?xProd=2749
#12
Is this usefull info to any one

HTC Desire free, 24 months, £25 pm 600 xnet, unlimited text and web.
Quidco = £25
3months half price line rent

https://www.buymobilephones.net/mobile-phones/HTC/HTC-Desire/T-Mobile/T-Mobile-25-%2824mths%29/3962147

[IMG]http://i50.tinypic.com/2n0u635.jpg[/IMG]


Any comments I have just ordered, if there are any better offers you now i understand you have 14day return as longer as you do not open the box.

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