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No redemption claims, this is auto cash back which is paid to you 90 days in. £65
Topcashback are offering the most! £30
Contract Cost £360-65-30=265.
I wouldnt rely on the cashback.. treat it more as a bonus as it isnt guaranteed
300 mins, 300 texts, unlimited (1Gb??) Internet on T-Mobile

I realise the Iphone4 and Desire are 'better' phones than this one.. however for a brand new andriod its a pretty good price

I Hope this helps someone!!
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#1
Seems like an excellent price for a brand new HTC Android

Is this a reliable company?
#2
The reviews are reasonable 3/5.. but consider other simular mobile retailers such as e2save 1/5 dialaphone 1.5/5.
http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews91676.html
#3
robot1000
Is this a reliable company?
I have my G1 on a cashback contract with them, and they have always paid - in fact I got the bills mixed up, they emailed me telling me i'd made a mistake and rather than deny the claim they have let me post off the extra bill and will then put it through to make sure I get the redemption.

Most impressed.
#4
this or the desire?

i like the desire got good deals on that too but none left on back order on this site

if anyone intrested i will email them

i can get £20 if you buy a mobile form buymobiles from a recomendation so let me know lol
#5
What is Battery life like in everyday use
I have a stinky Huawei 8220

COCO
#6
I_SHOULD_COCO
What is Battery life like in everyday use
I have a stinky Huawei 8220

COCO

Me too!

I've just created a thread on Modaco regarding this deal - http://android.modaco.com/content/t-mobile-pulse-pulse-modaco-com/312237/im-tempted-to-switch-to-htc-wildfire/
#7
tmobiles unlimited internet is 3gb and thats the fair useage after you use that up it doesnt stop it just slows down I have htc phone with tmobile its awesome :)
#8
Emokittykat
tmobiles unlimited internet is 3gb and thats the fair useage after you use that up it doesnt stop it just slows down I have htc phone with tmobile its awesome :)


yeah iam moving from o2 to tmobile they have just caped thier d/l limit i think most providers will follow suit
#9
Emokittykat
tmobiles unlimited internet is 3gb and thats the fair useage after you use that up it doesnt stop it just slows down:)


Not if you buy it from BuyMobilePhones it isn't, its 1gb like they state.
#10
Nope t-mobile is fair use, once over a gig it limits im using a dongle now and downloaded at least 20gig this month and it still works fine
#11
#12
fridgehead
Nope t-mobile is fair use, once over a gig it limits im using a dongle now and downloaded at least 20gig this month and it still works fine


I do hope you don't ruin it for everyone else.. :roll:
#13
ssjinzo
this or the desire?

i like the desire got good deals on that too but none left on back order on this site

if anyone intrested i will email them

i can get £20 if you buy a mobile form buymobiles from a recomendation so let me know lol


Desire doesn't even compare to this imo.

Get Desire.
#14
Arbk66
Not if you buy it from BuyMobilePhones it isn't, its 1gb like they state.


Thats strange becasue i called T-mobile to transfer my old number and wanted to confirm my minuets, txt and internet bundle. I asked them if i was on the 3 gig data tarrif and the gentleman confirmed this to me.
#15
Seems like £40 cashback to me when you click on the link?
#16
mohoshin
Thats strange becasue i called T-mobile to transfer my old number and wanted to confirm my minuets, txt and internet bundle. I asked them if i was on the 3 gig data tarrif and the gentleman confirmed this to me.


You should be able to check it on your My Tmobile account should you?

If you get 3GB it's a mistake, some people get it some don't.
#17
mohoshin
Thats strange becasue i called T-mobile to transfer my old number and wanted to confirm my minuets, txt and internet bundle. I asked them if i was on the 3 gig data tarrif and the gentleman confirmed this to me.


I bought the HTC Desire from BMP and the data was 1GB, t-mob wouldn't budge with regards to the 3GB stating BMP advertise as 1GB. Quoting their t&c's where Android phones have 3GB never washed either and after several days fighting my corner to no avail I returned the phone.
#18
Arbk66
I bought the HTC Desire from BMP and the data was 1GB, t-mob wouldn't budge with regards to the 3GB stating BMP advertise as 1GB. Quoting their t&c's where Android phones have 3GB never washed either and after several days fighting my corner to no avail I returned the phone.


+1

You only get 3gb if you get it direct from T-mobile, if it's from a vendor then you get 1gb. Wouldn't surprise me if in the near future they drop to 1gb and 500mb from vendors to fit more inline with other networks limits.
#19
T-mobile contract but will the HTC phone be unlocked?
#20
great-deals
T-mobile contract but will the HTC phone be unlocked?


Doubt it, my Desire wasn't
#21
great-deals
T-mobile contract but will the HTC phone be unlocked?


But will it work with Virgin too?

Also, the cashback is ONLY £40 !!!
#22
I'm stuck in the dark ages when it comes to phones, I'm currently on a sim only thing with a truly old skool embarassingly poor phone. A couple of questions (I edited to add a couple more) as this doesn't make sense to me, 2 of my mates have white HTC phones (one with a pull out keyboard and one without) and whilst I think they get unlimited texts I'm sure they are both paying £40+ per month.

1. Putting the cashback aside for a second this is only £15 per month for 24 months and the phone is free?

2. Do you need to/should you take out insurance and how much is that going to cost?

3. Android HTC phones have access to their own apps as made famous by the iphone don't they, how much do these cost?

4. As someone who has never had a contract phone what is cashback? Why do they offer it instead of just knocking £40 off the price? Why is it not guaranteed?

5 What is this 'NO redemption' thing?

With the help of HDUK I might move into the 21 century :w00t:
#23
uberteeb
I'm stuck in the dark ages when it comes to phones, I'm currently on a sim only thing with a truly old skool embarassingly poor phone. A couple of questions (I edited to add a couple more) as this doesn't make sense to me, 2 of my mates have white HTC phones (one with a pull out keyboard and one without) and whilst I think they get unlimited texts I'm sure they are both paying £40+ per month.

1. Putting the cashback aside for a second this is only £15 per month for 24 months and the phone is free? correct yes+free secure postage. order now (Thurs night) and you will get Sat.

2. Do you need to/should you take out insurance and how much is that going to cost? may as well as long as you remember to cancel it unless you obviously want protection after the first 3 months

3. Android HTC phones have access to their own apps as made famous by the iphone don't they, how much do these cost? perhaps someone can answer this one

4. As someone who has never had a contract phone what is cashback? Why do they offer it instead of just knocking £40 off the price? the cashback is provided by the merchant not the network. Since the phone is free how can you take £40 from FREE? Why is it not guaranteed? future cashback is not set in the contract T+C but is written on the order. If they do not pay it they simply lose their integrity and customer base.

5 What is this 'NO redemption' thing? means you do not have to wait for a form from the merchant to fill in and return and wait again for a cheque / bank payment. i.e. "red tape" which menefits their cash-flow and not yours. Possible change of form getting lost in post which will mean no cashback. Them offering "automatic is much better but most "non-automatic" cashbacks do pay more. This cash back is the £40 but the other cash back mentioned is from a link site i.e. TopCashback. I do not use TopCashback but use Quidco and they offer a free £25 (£5 per annum registration), again not guaranteed but you tend to not have any problems..

With the help of HDUK I might move into the 21 century :w00t:
great, welcome! :w00t:
#24
WalterSmith
But will it work with Virgin too?

Also, the cashback is ONLY £40 !!!


Was it £65 before? Suppose they alter it if the demand is high for them.
#25
Regarding the question about Andoid Marketplace " 3. Android HTC phones have access to their own apps as made famous by the iphone don't they, how much do these cost? perhaps someone can answer this one"

I have had an HTC Desire for over a month now and on the app store there are over 75,000 apps on there at present and a huge majority are free (ive yet to buy anything as there is always something for free that does what i have wanted )
The number of apps is rising daily and with Google now activating an unbelivable 160,000 phones per day there will be many many more in the works . One of the very best is Google Sat Nav ( uses Street view too ! ) and is completely free so goodbye satnav . I have a cool app that allows me to talk a text message out loud rather than have to type it and you can talk into the search on Google . I am still finding out more and more cool tricks on this phone all the time .

PS . If you visit Android Marketplace on your PC it looks a little sparse but when you go via your phone that is when you get full access to the 75,000 .
#26
great-deals
Was it £65 before? Suppose they alter it if the demand is high for them.


The top of the thread suggests that it was.
#27
Anyone considering this I would see if you could get the desire instead. This phone is good but I've read that the screen is a bit too small when the virtual keyboard is active, it obscures too much of the screen. Other than that though its the smaller brother of the desire so should be good. Posting this from my desire now which can be had free on Orange for 25 a month from car phone warehouse web site. I think its worth the extra
#28
i'm stuck between getting this or the desire or the samsung galaxy s which is looking pretty neat anybody got the galaxy s?
#29
Scarlet_Pimp
Anyone considering this I would see if you could get the desire instead. This phone is good but I've read that the screen is a bit too small when the virtual keyboard is active, it obscures too much of the screen. Other than that though its the smaller brother of the desire so should be good. Posting this from my desire now which can be had free on Orange for 25 a month from car phone warehouse web site. I think its worth the extra


I would agree, think most would regret not going for the HTC Legend or HTC Desire.

Yes, they do cost more but this phone is fairly basic compared (slow processor, poor resolution etc). I don't need to go into too much detail, try comparing the specs yourself and have a read/watch of reviews on youtube/engadget etc and you might see what I mean

Also I can foresee the price coming down for this phone, although this is still a good deal at the moment compared to the previous deals for this phone.
#30
Mentalphil
i'm stuck between getting this or the desire or the samsung galaxy s which is looking pretty neat anybody got the galaxy s?


Take HTC Wildfire out of the equation, it simply does not compare to the desire or galaxy s!

I have the Desire, and it is brilliant but honestly not sure which one I would go for between desire or galaxy s.
#31
great-deals
Was it £65 before? Suppose they alter it if the demand is high for them.

WalterSmith
The top of the thread suggests that it was.
I think all of the deals at buymobilephones have changed since the 1st of the month (01/07/10)
I have been looking through the deals they had on offer for the last week & was just about to take out a new contract deal with them...now it's £5 more expensive per month :x ....Don't you just hate it when that happens :roll:
#32
Hey, yes this deal has changed in cost.. I ordered it when it was £65 instant cash back. I'll check the paperwork to see if there being dodgy dogs and trying to wiggle out of £25. It's still a reasonable deal.. seems everywhere has gone up in cost.. perhaps due to popularity of this model with its target market
#33
Thanks for answering all my questions guys, I can't see any active Desire deals here but have seen them before, is there any good deals on? I think I will get a proper phone after all.

How much is the insurance after the 3 free months? Do people generally just extend it or do they do it another way that is cheaper?
#34
ended up going for this one, i pay £10 per month sim only and have had the same phone for 3 years so this will do the trick for only £5 more per month with free handset.

wanted the desire but im not spending £30 per month for 24 months to have one and im not keen on the redemptions to make it £18 per month either.

£25 quidco plus this has apparently got 9 months free line rental with redemption so it technically takes this down to £200 over 24 months which = £8.33 per month so is actually £1.77 cheaper than my sim only.
#35
Got mine last Saturday. Seems to be a good deal, but looking at the website today I see the cashback is now £50, was £40. Plus the £30 a month 18 month deal if the cashback works now looks a better deal in hindsight. Oh well can't win 'em all.

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