HTC One - 500 mins, Unlim texts, Unlim Data - £26pm (£30 handset) on T-Mobile + optional £40 Quidco (making the handset free) WITH FREE HTC MEDIA LINK WORTH £80 @ uSwitch - HotUKDeals
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EDIT:
NOW ALL ORDERS SHIPPED WITH FREE HTC MEDIA LINK WORTH £80

THIS DEAL IS FOR:
HTC One - 500 mins, Unlim texts, Unlim Data - £26pm (£30 handset) on T-Mobile

This deal will only display if visiting AffordableMobiles.co.uk through the Uswitch site.
http://www.uswitch.com/mobiles/yourdeal/?_cid=73039041

This is the cheapest deal I have found so far and that's not even taking Quidco into account which makes the handset FREE on £26pm (and £10 for sweeties!)

FOR QUIDCO CASHBACK:
If you follow the instructions below you will effectively be getting your handset for free and £10 cash back on top of that!

Because the deal does not display direct on the site you need to go through Uswitch first and then through Quidco before actually making the purchase. Please see below for details.

FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE STEPS TO MAKE FULL ADVANTAGE OF THE CASHBACK FROM QUIDCO:
1. Go through the Uswitch link for the advertised offer which will take you through to AffordableMobiles.co.uk

2. Add to basket (buy now)

3. Close the page down (Don't worry the item will not be forgotten from the basket)

4. Now open up your Quidco page and go through Quidco link to visit the AffordableMobiles.co.uk site

5. Your purchases will now be tracked through Quidco and you already have the deal in the basket which can only be seen by visiting through Uswitch.

PLEASE NOTE (Colour choice):
In regards to colour choice you will notice two identical deals being displayed on Uswitch, you will need to follow these links all the way through to the main AffordableMobiles.co.uk site in order to see which link is for which colour.
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(1)
19 Likes
Cracking deal, and almost identical to the one I posted a week ago which went to -30. I'll never understand this site.

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1 Like #1
Great phone. Especially with the new camera upgrade. Heat added.
#2
Oh thanks, I wanted this deal a few days ago but wondered how to get cashback to work through the link :) Do these same steps also work with topcashback? Never used cashback before but signed up to it yesterday.
#3
i'm no android fan but yep lovely phone - makes the iphone look and feel in the hand second rate - not so sure about the camera - don't have a prob with the 4MP if it gets it amazing low light and high iso shots .. prob is so far it doesn't

... decent deal, heat from me
#4
IanFTW
Oh thanks, I wanted this deal a few days ago but wondered how to get cashback to work through the link :) Do these same steps also work with topcashback? Never used cashback before but signed up to it yesterday.

Sorry I'm not sure about Topcashback I have never used it and didn't even think to check it!
#5
hyenadog
i'm no android fan but yep lovely phone - makes the iphone look and feel in the hand second rate - not so sure about the camera - don't have a prob with the 4MP if it gets it amazing low light and high iso shots .. prob is so far it doesn't

... decent deal, heat from me
hyenadog
i'm no android fan but yep lovely phone - makes the iphone look and feel in the hand second rate - not so sure about the camera - don't have a prob with the 4MP if it gets it amazing low light and high iso shots .. prob is so far it doesn't

... decent deal, heat from me

I think what the problem is the big hype over the Camera, It is on a par with most/all other top end handsets but people(including myself) expected something more. I think some improvements will be made with updates though.
1 Like #6
I just tried it and says tracked and it's in basket so presume it does work :) thx
#7
tmobile don't offer unlimited data. it's limited to 750mb a month.
#8
If u read reviews cam is rubbish, and no sd slot no thanks
#9
stevennewman1985
tmobile don't offer unlimited data. it's limited to 750mb a month.

Are you sure? T-mobile full-monty contract, all the comments I've seen say that it's totally unlimited data (someone downloaded 140gb), only no tethering and it is capped to 3.8 mbps (this was last year though)
#10
stevennewman1985
tmobile don't offer unlimited data. it's limited to 750mb a month.

It is unlimited, they also advertise 750mb and 1gb deals.

Whatever data limit you have with T-Mobile you can even go over it for no extra charge They just limit your speeds, its probably based on a network traffic . I had a mate run a test one night and he downloaded 2gb in a night, no charge.

This is the main reason I always shop T-Mobile deals, no risk.
1 Like #11
@judgey Not sure what reviews you have been reading, but almost every review states the low light photography is great, much better than the IPhone and various other android phones. Only problem was the daylight photography which seems to have been vastly improved in the most recent upgrade.
#12
judgey
If u read reviews cam is rubbish, and no sd slot no thanks

Not rubbish just over hyped...
#13
24 months contract or 18?
#14
mackenfy
24 months contract or 18?

24 months by the looks of it. Will pass, too long a duration to justify
4 Likes #15
judgey
If u read reviews cam is rubbish, and no sd slot no thanks

SD card is only needed if you want stupid amount of data on the phone. Also what review you want me to read? Almost all the reviews rate this phone as very good, what are you on about?

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/03/21/review_htc_one_2013_android_smartphone/


What Mobile - http://www.whatmobile.net/2013/03/19/review-htc-one-welcome-back-to-the-a-list/

GSM Arena - http://www.gsmarena.com/htc_one-review-912.php

The Register - http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/03/21/review_htc_one_2013_android_smartphone/

Android Central - http://www.androidcentral.com/htc-one-review

Techno Buffalo - http://www.technobuffalo.com/reviews/htc-one-review/

Tech Digest - http://www.techdigest.tv/2013/03/review_htc_one_1.html

Anandtech - http://anandtech.com/show/6851/the-htc-one-a-remarkable-device-anands-mini-review

Pocket Now - http://pocketnow.com/2013/03/18/why-you-should-get-the-htc-one

Phone Dog - Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elAJEC0Q_To

Phone Dog - Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Uhw7SSAaC8



Edited By: Shock on Mar 27, 2013 03:01
#16
Hopefully still available in 2 months.

Loads of great deals there.
#17
Ordered, even though my contracts not up for 8 months, ill flog me Nexus 4 for around 250 ( Ebay i think ) and pay off my old contract for this, for this price its worth the messing about, £26 a month ( you can get it down to £15.50 but have to pay out £179.99 for the handset - Affordable Mobiles site ) this is a cracking handset and there unlimited Data too so for me its a cracking deal!

Cheers OP!!

HEATY!!!
3 Likes #18
judgey
If u read reviews cam is rubbish, and no sd slot no thanks

The camera is excellent, and yes I actually own the phone.
#19
Not quite as good IMO as the Dialaphone deal was the other week (came down to about £24/week after cashback on 18 months), but unlimited data and no forms to send rather than 1GB and chasing for your money is pretty tempting. Got 28 days till my PAC code is void and I agree to another month of overpriced Orange contract, is this the best that will come around?

Edited By: sibeer on Mar 27, 2013 08:33
#20
Battery life?
#21
Anyone know when the black one is actually being released?
#22
Had this phone in black for a week now and to me its perfection.....taken everything up a level. Battery life pretty good but great if you use the energy saving features to full effect. Camera excellent and low light performance is outstanding. Mrs has an S3 and this wipes the floor with it in every department. ....
#23
sibeer
Not quite as good IMO as the Dialaphone deal was the other week (came down to about £24/week after cashback on 18 months), but unlimited data and no forms to send rather than 1GB and chasing for your money is pretty tempting. Got 28 days till my PAC code is void and I agree to another month of overpriced Orange contract, is this the best that will come around?

I'm in exactly the same boat as you! PAC code from Orange, 28 days remaining(!), and looking for a good HTC One deal.

Was offered abysmal retention deals i.e. no whatsoever with Orange, despite being a customer of twelve years. I understand it's the same with other providers too.

Tempted to go for this. The only thing stopping me is that I'm used to getting far better deals in the past, via Orange retentions. I've not paid more than £15 on a monthly contract for four years or so!
#24
I have just ordered this phone from 3 (£31/month on unlimited 500 deal, 2 year deal with free handset). I'll post a link now.

I looked a lot at this T-Mobile deal but the breaker for me is that they seem to put a cap on the data speed to 4mb/s.

That's just what I've read anyway, happy for someone to correct me.
1 Like #25
I've been really impressed with both the battery life and the camera on this 'phone, if I'm not messing about loads with it I can get by charging every other night. The camera seems great although admittedly I've not tried blowing up images to enormous.

I was lucky enough to get the dial a phone 18 month deal though, not a fan of longer contacts!
#26
ryanp1983
I have just ordered this phone from 3 (£31/month on unlimited 500 deal, 2 year deal with free handset). I'll post a link now.

I looked a lot at this T-Mobile deal but the breaker for me is that they seem to put a cap on the data speed to 4mb/s.

That's just what I've read anyway, happy for someone to correct me.
Just to note, the data speed cap is only on Full Monty plans as far as I am aware.
1 Like #27
Dont forget to consider the xperia z as an alternative!
#28
sibeer
Not quite as good IMO as the Dialaphone deal was the other week (came down to about £24/week after cashback on 18 months), but unlimited data and no forms to send rather than 1GB and chasing for your money is pretty tempting. Got 28 days till my PAC code is void and I agree to another month of overpriced Orange contract, is this the best that will come around?

You still have the link?
#29
adilkhokhar93
ryanp1983
I have just ordered this phone from 3 (£31/month on unlimited 500 deal, 2 year deal with free handset). I'll post a link now.

I looked a lot at this T-Mobile deal but the breaker for me is that they seem to put a cap on the data speed to 4mb/s.

That's just what I've read anyway, happy for someone to correct me.
Just to note, the data speed cap is only on Full Monty plans as far as I am aware.

If that's true then this really is a good deal!
#30
adilkhokhar93
ryanp1983
I have just ordered this phone from 3 (£31/month on unlimited 500 deal, 2 year deal with free handset). I'll post a link now.

I looked a lot at this T-Mobile deal but the breaker for me is that they seem to put a cap on the data speed to 4mb/s.

That's just what I've read anyway, happy for someone to correct me.
Just to note, the data speed cap is only on Full Monty plans as far as I am aware.

just looked, when you go through to this deal and buy it, it does say £26 Full Monty so would that mean this is capped to 4mb/s then.........?
19 Likes #31
Cracking deal, and almost identical to the one I posted a week ago which went to -30. I'll never understand this site.
suspended#32
zisssou
Battery life?

No improvements have been made in battery technology and this battery is not removable. So keep hold of that excellent external battery pack/charger for emergencies.
#33
Could anyone tell me if it comes unlocked? Thanks
#34
Gizmo_79
sibeer
Not quite as good IMO as the Dialaphone deal was the other week (came down to about £24/week after cashback on 18 months), but unlimited data and no forms to send rather than 1GB and chasing for your money is pretty tempting. Got 28 days till my PAC code is void and I agree to another month of overpriced Orange contract, is this the best that will come around?

You still have the link?

Offer doesn't have 4 months free cash back any more so is no where near as good. If my memory serves it was Free Phone, 600mins, 1GB, £36 per month, less £80 Quidco and £144 for 4 free months on an 18 month deal: £648-£144-£80=£424 or £23.55/month. Also came with a free official case.
#35
ryanp1983
I have just ordered this phone from 3 (£31/month on unlimited 500 deal, 2 year deal with free handset). I'll post a link now.

I looked a lot at this T-Mobile deal but the breaker for me is that they seem to put a cap on the data speed to 4mb/s.

That's just what I've read anyway, happy for someone to correct me.

Yeah, clincher for me is 3 won't increase their prices for 4G, so I'm going with 3.
#36
How long should it take to track? I'm new to this and nothing has appeared in my account yet.
#37
is it the 4g version of the phone?
#38
I am tempted with this deal, I was going to wait for the new Samsung to come out and then hope that the SIII prices would drop, but a lot of people have either an SIII or an Iphone and this phone is as good as these, plus I would like the best camera thats out there on a phone. If I bought I would be buying two - would I have to make two separate purchases to get the £40 quidco for each?
#39
mrobbo
sibeer
Not quite as good IMO as the Dialaphone deal was the other week (came down to about £24/week after cashback on 18 months), but unlimited data and no forms to send rather than 1GB and chasing for your money is pretty tempting. Got 28 days till my PAC code is void and I agree to another month of overpriced Orange contract, is this the best that will come around?

I'm in exactly the same boat as you! PAC code from Orange, 28 days remaining(!), and looking for a good HTC One deal.

Was offered abysmal retention deals i.e. no whatsoever with Orange, despite being a customer of twelve years. I understand it's the same with other providers too.

Tempted to go for this. The only thing stopping me is that I'm used to getting far better deals in the past, via Orange retentions. I've not paid more than £15 on a monthly contract for four years or so!

Yep, not even an attempt at retaining my custom either. Prices kept going up and CS was rubbish so not that bothered. T-Mob were very good when I last used them, but probably rubbish now they are all one company, lol
#40
PierremontQuaker
I am tempted with this deal, I was going to wait for the new Samsung to come out and then hope that the SIII prices would drop, but a lot of people have either an SIII or an Iphone and this phone is as good as these, plus I would like the best camera thats out there on a phone. If I bought I would be buying two - would I have to make two separate purchases to get the £40 quidco for each?

Yes, I would also be tempted to do it on two Quidco accounts if possible.

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