HTC Hero - Free Phone, Umlimited Internet, Unlimited Email, Unlimited 3 to 3 calls, 500 anytime any Network Minutes plus Skype & 2gb SD Card £25 per month (24month Contract) - HotUKDeals
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HTC Hero
Uses Google's Android operating system
Personalise your phone with thousands of Apps
3.2" touchscreen
5 megapixel camera
Choose from seven homescreens

Whats in the box

Handset
Battery
USB Lead
USB charger plug with 3-pin Adapter
Stereo-wired handsfree headset
2GB microSD card
Warranty Booklet
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#1
Hmm. a touch expensive, in my opinion. 500mins should be about £13, plus and other £5 for unlimited data, this should be around £18, and that's with a phone (although not a great on, TBH), so you are effectively paying about £7 extra per month for the HTC Hero.

£7 times 24months = £168 extra for the phone. How much do you really want an Android phone on Three??
#2
nice deal, wish my contract was up now, not in March!
#4
Would rather go with T Mobile with 800mins, unlimited text, unlimited internet 18 months @ £30.00. Since the Nexus was announced these phones will be slowly dropping in price.
#6
That's a long time to stay with 3!
#7
solid
Hmm. a touch expensive, in my opinion. 500mins should be about £13, plus and other £5 for unlimited data, this should be around £18, and that's with a phone (although not a great on, TBH), so you are effectively paying about £7 extra per month for the HTC Hero.

£7 times 24months = £168 extra for the phone. How much do you really want an Android phone on Three??


with respect - do you know anything about this phone? If you did you would realise that £168 for this phone is a massive bargain. Infact it would be the hottest deal ever if you could post an HTC Hero sim free for £168:thumbsup:
#8
Towner
Would rather go with T Mobile with 800mins, unlimited text, unlimited internet 18 months @ £30.00. Since the Nexus was announced these phones will be slowly dropping in price.


This is very similar to the Nexus which is by the way Made by HTC:whistling:
suspended#9
24 months with 3!!!
#10
Lousy customer service with this company, hit and miss quidco tracking !!
#11
Ha! 24 months with 3!! My idea of hell!!
#12
ianshona
This is very similar to the Nexus which is by the way Made by HTC:whistling:


Are you sure the nexus hardware is completely different from what i can see except the camera which is the same.

different os version 2.0
amoled screen
n wireless
1ghz processor
512mb ram

as compared to the heros

528 mhz processor
android 1.5
288mb ram


:)
#13
Kirajai
24 months with 3!!!

That's a plus point. It means the horrible cancellation phone call is 2 years away!
#14
I've been with 3 for 18 months and have been quite happy with them. They also do tend to have good deals. If I wasn't planning on moving over to an iPhone, then I'd be tempted with this deal.
#15
3?????


Cold!
#16
ianshona;7639307
with respect - do you know anything about this phone? If you did you would realise that £168 for this phone is a massive bargain. Infact it would be the hottest deal ever if you could post an HTC Hero sim free for £168:thumbsup:

LOL - don't worry about it, all opinions welcome!!
Yes, I know a little about this phone, have been playing around with Android development for some time now. And, yes, you are correct - £168 for a sim free Hero is great, although, I don't believe Three sell unlocked phone (and how easy is it to unlock a Hero?)
It's a nice phone, ceratinly requires an unlimited data plan to get the most put of it, a little old now (although, I am sure you could always get some help from the xda boys) - still not convinced how much of a bargain it really is
#17
supasnail
I've been with 3 for 18 months and have been quite happy with them. They also do tend to have good deals. If I wasn't planning on moving over to an iPhone, then I'd be tempted with this deal.


tough choice to make - it would seem that the only people who think the i-Phone is better are the people that own one. People who dont own an i-Phone and are therefore impartial tend to go with the HTC:thinking:
#18
I've been with three for years and have a cracking contract - I pay £5 a month for 750 min, 150 text, 50 video mins and 50 video messages, and also get £5 worth of downloads.

Was with them for a few years on a £35 contract and got a £30 loyalty discount.

Have to say customer services, while in India, has been fine, and they will always call back if there is a problem they can't sort out
#19
ianshona;7640861
tough choice to make - it would seem that the only people who think the i-Phone is better are the people that own one. People who dont own an i-Phone and are therefore impartial tend to go with the HTC:thinking:

So just to clarify... the people who think the iPhone is better go for the iPhone, and the people who think the Hero is better go for the Hero. :-D:p
1 Like #20
That_Bloke
So just to clarify... the people who think the iPhone is better go for the iPhone, and the people who think the Hero is better go for the Hero. :-D:p


I don't think that is what he said, let alone what he meant!! Talk about putting words into his mouth!

Sounded like he said that iPhone OWNERS talk up their phone to justify their choice, whereas everyone else would prefer a HTC (at least, that what it sounded like to me!)
#21
solid
I don't think that is what he said, let alone what he meant!! Talk about putting words into his mouth!

Sounded like he said that iPhone OWNERS talk up their phone to justify their choice, whereas everyone else would prefer a HTC (at least, that what it sounded like to me!)


yep - spot on:thumbsup:
#22
solid;7654927
I don't think that is what he said, let alone what he meant!! Talk about putting words into his mouth!

Sounded like he said that iPhone OWNERS talk up their phone to justify their choice, whereas everyone else would prefer a HTC (at least, that what it sounded like to me!)

So who makes these people who would prefer to buy an HTC buy an iPhone if the only people who prefer the iPhone are the people who already own one?

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