HTC Wildfire - 18 months, 600 mins, unlimited texts and data, £20 p/m @ dialaphone + Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Introducing the new HTC wildfire, and as the name suggests this amazing handset will spread like wildfire. This new HTC has been dubbed by some people as the 'budget' Desire, but we can assure you that this is no way a lack lustre handset; this so dubbed budget handset would more than hold its own with the smartphone heavy weights.

With the ever popular Android 2.1 software on board the Wildfire's ease of use is second to none, the fantastic sensitive touchscreen is really quick and responsive and with the 7 home screens the wildfire posses flicking between them is a breeze.

The tech spec on the wildfire lines up really well too, with an expandable memory of up to 32GB, 3G capabilities, WI-FI, Bluetooth, HSDPA and a cracking 5MP camera with flash and geo tagging and autofocus. The battery life stacks up really well too with up to 690hrs life on standby, so it's perfect for listening to music and watching MP4's direct from youtube.

Vodafone - 600 mins, unlimited text and unlimited data (although capped at 1 gig, but you'd do well to reach it...) £30 p/m, but only £20 by redemption.

Ordered one and it came yesterday, so far I'm very impressed with it. Seemed like an excellent deal.


If the listed price needs to be the total over 18 months I will change it, wasn't sure.

If you vote cold, please let us know why! 'They left credit checks on my file and then wouldn't send me a phone' is not a reason. Your shoddy credit rating is your own fault!
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#1
Just to add, this my third redemption deal with Dial A Phone and I am yet to have a problem...
Also, don't forget to cancel the insurance and gadget helpline that comes with it before the end of the first month, if you don't want it.
#2
Voted hot as the normal sim only contracts costs roughly the same without cashback but atleast with this you get a free phone.
#3
I keep telling the Mrs to get one of these, she's been on a O2 sim contract for at least two years paying £20.00 a month for 500mins + 500 texts (used in a six year old Nokia) maaaad women !!!
#4
I'm not going to flog my freezing deal on this handset and tarif but you can get the some phone and contract through redemption with other companies for half this price
#5
Cheap_n_Nicety
I'm not going to flog my freezing deal on this handset and tarif but you can get the some phone and contract through redemption with other companies for half this price


Really? Where from?
#6
Cheap_n_Nicety
I'm not going to flog my freezing deal on this handset and tarif but you can get the some phone and contract through redemption with other companies for half this price


non comprende
#7
zermattbusby
Cheap_n_Nicety
I'm not going to flog my freezing deal on this handset and tarif but you can get the some phone and contract through redemption with other companies for half this price


non comprende


He has a deal for buymobilephones.net similar for £8ish. Just read up on some of their reviews which seem mixed between either 1 or 5 stars. Have a read through their contract and clause 10.4 is interesting about returns. You can't return basically. Quite how they get away with that seems questionable given the requirements of the Unfair Contract Terms Act...

I don't like how the T&C's are so threatening. they even mention the name of their Debt Collection Agency at 14.1.1

and "14.2. Should you have supplied us with your credit or debit card details you hereby expressly authorize us to deduct the above amounts from your card account in the event of either of the above conditions arising."

Means that if you buy your way out in full with the service provider, they will take any redemption discounts back off your card!

Could either be a bargain or a huge error.

As DialaPhone is Phones4U, I'll stick with it.

Edited By: alex1234 on Aug 14, 2010 11:01: Additional info

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