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HTC Desire S - FREE - Includes Internet + £90 Cashback (NO REDEMPTIONS) - £13.50 per month @ o2 £324.00

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The 2010 phone of the year - evolved. The HTC Desire S has all the best bits of its predecessor but makes it better. It's smaller, lighter and stronger with an upgraded processor and graphics chip along with more RAM. It also comes with the latest 2.3 android.

This phone is available for £329 PAYG which itself is a cracking deal but this is a contract and still ends up being about £100 cheaper! The best thing about is NO REDEMPTIONS, just £90 cashback via Quidco/TBC which is much more reliable and hassle - free.

This is what you get:
FREE phone
50 mins
250 texts
100mb internet

£13.50 per month for 24 months. If you want more internet, its £3 a month extra for 500mb internet or £7 more for 1gb. This makes the deal very flexible but if you want more minutes/texts, the price starts to get a bit steep but you'll still get the cashback. Therefore, this deal is very appealing for the light user.

100mb internet: £13.50 for 24 months = £324 + £90 cashback makes it £234

500mb internet: £16.50 for 24 months = £396 + £90 cashback makes it £306

1gb internet: £20.50 for 24 months = £492 + £90 cashback makes it £402

Specs:
- 115 x 59 x 11.5
- 3.7" S-LCD WVGA 800x480 capacitive multi touch screen
- 130g
- 768mb RAM
- 3G - HSDPA, 14.4 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, DLNA, Wi-Fi hotspot
- 5mp camera
- 720p video recording @ 30 fps
- Runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread
- 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon (Scorpion) processor, Adreno 205 GPU
- Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
- 1450 mAh Li-ion battery
- Up to 430 h standby
- Up to 7 h 10 min talk time

Stingy tip: Buy an accessory with the phone and you'll get £101 cashback so if you choose an accessory costing less than a tenner, you'll get a free accessory as well as extra cashback! ;)


O2 WILL UNLOCK HTC DESIRE FOR FREE
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    TypicalAsianFindingDeals
    Forgot to mention the sleek unibody aluminium design
    ADZ1478
    tempting
    agmayu
    the only risk is that sometimes quidco may not track or O2 may refuse to honour it..
    Smuggling Pnuts
    hmmmm...plus 30% discount for being in an eligible job...works out £226 over the 24 months...minus £90 = £136!! seems too good to be true!! cheers mate
    7iain7
    does any one know if this is easy to unlock ?
    thegazman
    Smuggling Pnuts
    hmmmm...plus 30% discount for being in an eligible job...works out £226 over the 24 months...minus £90 = £136!! seems too good to be true!! cheers mate


    Eligible job? More details on this please :)
    jack73bump
    assume you still get free o2 to o2 calls
    7iain7
    the carrier's must be clearing there stocks ready for the new dual cores thate are coming out soon.
    maxtweenie
    With only 100mb you'd need to be a very light user.
    Smuggling Pnuts
    thegazman
    Smuggling Pnuts
    hmmmm...plus 30% discount for being in an eligible job...works out £226 over the 24 months...minus £90 = £136!! seems too good to be true!! cheers mate


    Eligible job? More details on this please :)


    Not sure on all jobs, but Police, NHS, (assume fire service), possibly council. you have to get a code from work...although thinking about it now you have to ring up to complete so won't get cashback.
    TypicalAsianFindingDeals
    agmayu
    the only risk is that sometimes quidco may not track or O2 may refuse to honour it..

    But even without cashback, it still works out at £324 which is still cheaper than the PAYG £329.
    Pepp77
    If you want to go 18 month contract it works out at £333.
    warriorusf
    yehhh people dont think about buying out the contract to get the phone for 234.. saves you the hassle of paying monthly and being tied to a contractttttttt...
    PR1
    oh man... great price but I really need to hold out for the Atrix or the Galaxy S2.... by need I obviously mean "have convinced myself I need to" - if this is genuinely better than the original Desire in any way it'll be a great phone.

    No optical trackball any more though which is a shame (or did I just miss it?)
    bigmike20vt
    damn i saw this this morning and you just beat me to it.....

    therefore cold ;)

    (only joking)
    TypicalAsianFindingDeals
    PR1
    oh man... great price but I really need to hold out for the Atrix or the Galaxy S2.... by need I obviously mean "have convinced myself I need to" - if this is genuinely better than the original Desire in any way it'll be a great phone.

    No optical trackball any more though which is a shame (or did I just miss it?)

    To be honest, I found it to be kind of useless so they probably removed it to free some space - hence the smaller design.
    Joltek
    Hi,

    I went for this and attempted to get the quidco cashback but not done it before so not sure I did it right. Went to O2 via quidco and have checked out but nothing is showing on my quidco account as yet - can it take a while or have I messed up?
    TypicalAsianFindingDeals
    Joltek
    Hi,

    I went for this and attempted to get the quidco cashback but not done it before so not sure I did it right. Went to O2 via quidco and have checked out but nothing is showing on my quidco account as yet - can it take a while or have I messed up?


    From what I know, it takes 1 - 2 days for Quidco to track your purchase. If they don't, then you are able to manually appeal for it.
    Monkey nuts 2
    Can take upto 24 hours sometimes. It'll be fine.
    haq
    Joltek
    Hi,

    I went for this and attempted to get the quidco cashback but not done it before so not sure I did it right. Went to O2 via quidco and have checked out but nothing is showing on my quidco account as yet - can it take a while or have I messed up?


    It may take some time to track. Nowadays they usually send tracking emails

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