HTC G2 (Hero) on T-Mobile for £10/month x 24 :: Total cost £366 - HotUKDeals
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My first post...yada, yada

£10 x 24(contract) = £240 (including unlimited (3Gb) internet)
+ £126(phone cost) = £366

- £20 (Qudco cashback) = £346

Contract Details: 100mins 100 texts , Internet and free booster pack

This deal is not limited to the HTC G2 (Hero). There are 4 phones on this deal that are free but I've picked the G2 because I wanted to.
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#1
well done on ur 1st post though :)
#2
rules rules rules!
I have changed the title and the price to £366.

I deny it's a re-post - stop being so bl00dy negative.
#3
the £73 cashback is for mobile broadband though?
#4
twist
the £73 cashback is for mobile broadband though?


Yeah, it's £20 cashback for £10 and £15 plans
#5
quote from Quidco:

T-Mobile Cashback rates
£73 for Mobile Broadband 18 and 24-month contracts

But you may be right.
#6
iwomack
quote from Quidco:

T-Mobile Cashback rates
£73 for Mobile Broadband 18 and 24-month contracts

But you may be right.


Yes but your not getting mobile broadband, your getting a 24 month PHONE plan
#7
PermissionToRock
Yes but your not getting mobile broadband, your getting a 24 month PHONE plan


My bad!
#8
iwomack
My first post...yada, yada


iwomack
rules rules rules!

I deny it's a re-post - stop being so bl00dy negative.


FPMSL :-D

H+R from me just for that... welcome to HUCD, keep up the good work. :thumbsup:
#9
including unlimited (3Gb) internet = why not 0.5GB, everyone saying they are giving unlimited internet should go to jail.
#10
Oxygene
everyone saying they are giving unlimited internet should go to jail.


Yup, definitely agree with that!

How do they get away with such "interpretations" (i.e. lies)?
#11
Has anyone who took up the £10 per month over 24 months with free internet noticed from their bill that the internet is only free for 18 months?

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