HTC Wildfire S 300 mins 300 Texts £8.51 per month 18 months!!! @ Mobiles.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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#1
Don't forget your topcashback on this deal £55.55 knocked off this taking it to under 100 quid
#2
Take the 24mth deal also after redemption it takes payment to £6.80 a month after topcashback this will average under £4.50 month total cost after 24 mths and mobiles .co.uk (Carphone warehouse pay the redemption not like e2save
#3
Thinking of going for this for the Mrs. Will it be easy enough to transfer her current number?
#4
Just phone your current network provider up so yes
#5
Sorry another daft question....I don't understand what redemptions means.

cheers for the help
#7
How does it compare to the Orange San Francisco? Heard passing comments of the screen/processor not being as good - and is it easy to unlock?
#8
Redemption is where you send in your phone bill or email it to the company in this instant mobiles .co.uk you send in say your 6,9'12,15,18 bill in a specific time and receive cash back these companies make there money hoping that the majority will forget to send the bills in which many don't so they profit discipline yourself by writing down the monthly bill your supposed to send in and send it in at the correct time and your laughing ,,,,,
#9
Hmm tempted.
The GPS antenna coupled with a contract offering substantial data is all I really need out of a smart phone.

Though I think i'd go for the 100mins/100txts; £10 less over the duration of the contract, and I'll mostly be using it for data anyway.

Edited By: TehJumpingJawa on May 25, 2011 21:48: ...
#10
i worked out the 18 month plan with 14 months free by redemption at £102.16 or £5.67 for 18 months.and thats without quidco.
#11
TommyCooper
Redemption is where you send in your phone bill or email it to the company in this instant mobiles .co.uk you send in say your 6,9'12,15,18 bill in a specific time and receive cash back these companies make there money hoping that the majority will forget to send the bills in which many don't so they profit discipline yourself by writing down the monthly bill your supposed to send in and send it in at the correct time and your laughing ,,,,,


I had a look at the links provided above, may prove a bit impractical but cheers for the advice will give it consideration.
#12
Osf is best...
#13
part2
Thinking of going for this for the Mrs. Will it be easy enough to transfer her current number?

Yes very easy, which network is she with? Just select your network from here: http://www.portnumber.co.uk and it will tell you how to do it.
#14
I have the osf and I'd rather have this. Specs are very similar but the superior build quality (#1 reason), 2.3 out of the box and the better camera would win me over. Even with the lessor quality 320 x 480 screen. Plus if you have the patience to do the redemptions/tcb then this would beat the traditional payg /giffgaff route of the osf price wise. Heat added.
#15
jacenj
i worked out the 18 month plan with 14 months free by redemption at £102.16 or £5.67 for 18 months.and thats without quidco.


I don't see any 18 month contracts with 14 months free by redemption ?

Onlt 12 & 13 months free (@ £20 & £25/month respectively)
#16
Some of the other phones work out at less then £1 a month when you consider redemption/months free and cashback - would this be correct? ie £20.54 a month for 18 months (on a 100 min/100text/data which is more than enough for me) = £369.72 - 15 months free = £306.30 - £50 quidco = £13.42 / 18 = 75p a month!!!! Have I done this correct? Or one pays you 50p a month! Please advise me if I have this correct or not. I only want a basic phone to access the internet and only top up about £30 a year for calls etc so I am thinking one of the above deal would be great for me if they are correct!

Edited By: sumoqueen on May 26, 2011 00:06: .
#17
That is the old Wildfire, its not 'S' version
#18
The OP's deal is for the "S".
It's t-mobile Web 300 (18 months)

edit:
oh sorry you were talking about the 14 month free redemption, I'll shut up! (I'd stay away from the original crappy wildfire)


Edited By: simon77 on May 26, 2011 01:01
#19
I have the original wildfire, thinking it was a great budget alternative to the Desire.......it's not. It's slow, texting is terrible and signal dropout is pretty much constant.
It's a decent little set if you want an intro to the world of Android (it's better than T-Mobile Pulse), but if you start filling the memory up, or store too many texts then it will really.......start...............to..................slow................................down........

So much so, I will be getting a Desire S or suchlike when contract renewal comes around.
#20
This looks a pretty good deal, how does this phone compare to the Nokia 5800?

Is it a step up, down, sideways??
#21
ame2418
This looks a pretty good deal, how does this phone compare to the Nokia 5800?

Is it a step up, down, sideways??

Because of the way technology has improved it is probably a step sideways. At release the 5800 was towards the top of the Nokia range, the Wildfire S is an entry level phone for HTC.

Saying that IMO the Wildfire S is a step up due to operating system, and capacitive touch screen,
#22
anybody know if this deal would take an orange sim x
#23
The Wildfire S is now available on Pay-as-you-go on Orange, £199 + £10 Top up for those not wanting a credit check /contract. Anyone seen this side by side with a San Francisco? How does it compare?

I've had my San Francisco (stock firmware) 6 months, and still think it's a fantastic phone, battery, call quality, touch screen, it all just works fine, I've never once thought it was an 'annoying phone' or 'cheap' phone - its pretty much perfect 'as a phone', in terms of price and build quality and perfomance. Is there a better phone yet at this price point or say £150-£170? - I've not seen one yet. If you want Camera's and Video - the San Fran isn't the best, but adequate enough.

I think my next phone will be the ZTE Skate (San Fran's successor), but depends whether the processor is capable of running Adobe Flash - on whether I'd upgrade from my San Fran. A better camera would be nice, My Friend's iphone produces some great photos and video, but he dropped it recently - and a new digitiser (touch screen) alone, was more than the San Fran!



Edited By: tightar5e on May 29, 2011 13:01
#24
Ordered.

18 months @ £20.42 with 11 months free redemption.

7 months @ 20.42 = 142.94. Less £50 Quidco which has tracked. £92.94 or £5.16 a month. Scorching!
#25
Is this website reliable?
Is redemption guaranteed if instructions are followed properly?

See the £9.93 deal for 300 mins, umlimited texts and internet, , is it £9.93 after or before redemption?

Sorry about all the questions. never used there online sites before
#26
Is this deal expired?

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