Latest Blackberry Torch 9810 £252 on o2 possible for £142 after quidco no downgrading needed @ o2 - HotUKDeals
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just saw this deal on the o2 website seems very cheap for the latest blackberry torch 9810.

the phone is free on all tariffs so go for the cheapest one which is £13.50 a month remove data and it becomes £10.50 a month.

so
10.50 x 24 = 252
-quidco (£110)= £142

hope you like it

update: sells for £150 cash at cex or £177 unlocked (which o2 might do for free)



Quidco tracking 50quids now.
- lfranz68
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#1
how do I remove the data? it's not allowing me to do so
#2
If i take out this contract, can I wait for Quidco to pay out and then pay the rest of the contract off? as I am only interested in the phone
#3
jakus911
If i take out this contract, can I wait for Quidco to pay out and then pay the rest of the contract off? as I am only interested in the phone


as far as im aware yes you can but no discounts will to terminate the contract early you will have to pay the full amount
#4
Hot deal...if only that was S2 :)
#5
Hot deal...if only that was S2 :)
#6
Hot deal...if only that was S2 :)
#7
why did you post 3 times?
#8
actually i didn't for some reason i clicked refresh three times and it appeared to be keep posting on it..
#9
Can we get 2 sets or is the quidco limited to 1 set?
#10
Can we get 2 sets or is the quidco limited to 1 set?
1 Like #11
ssin
Can we get 2 sets or is the quidco limited to 1 set?

place two separate orders, then should be fine
#12
how do I remove the data when I receive the phone?, thanks

Edited By: jakus911 on Mar 16, 2012 21:42
#13
jakus911
how do I remove the data when I receive the phone?, thanks

you can do it online through your my o2 or through the online chat.
note: when you get the phone do not use until data bolt on has been removed.
#14
fastmedium
jakus911
how do I remove the data when I receive the phone?, thanks

you can do it online through your my o2 or through the online chat.
note: when you get the phone do not use until data bolt on has been removed.


is it necessary to remove bolt on once phone is received? or can i remove it before i receive it?

Edited By: abzzyy on Mar 16, 2012 22:28
#15
abzzyy
fastmedium
jakus911
how do I remove the data when I receive the phone?, thanks

you can do it online through your my o2 or through the online chat.
note: when you get the phone do not use until data bolt on has been removed.


is it necessary to remove bolt on once phone is received? or can i remove it before i receive it?


that is also possible via online chat
#16
how long approx will it take for quidco cashback? thanks!
#17
how long approx will it take for quidco cashback? thanks!
#18
how long approx will it take for quidco cashback? thanks!
#19
how long approx will it take for quidco cashback? thanks!
#20
moomassey
how long approx will it take for quidco cashback? thanks!

its says less than 3months on quidco, and in my experience its usually about two months
1 Like #21
I'm not really much of a Blackberry fan but if this phone tickles your fancy then I guess it's a hot deal! So heat added.

Edited By: Umillion on Mar 17, 2012 20:25: typo
#22
i went to phone 4 u, and they say the blackberry touchscreens were all being recalled, as there were issues in their batteries being burnt out... i would think about it before taking the plunge on this phone
#23
rza89
i went to phone 4 u, and they say the blackberry touchscreens were all being recalled, as there were issues in their batteries being burnt out... i would think about it before taking the plunge on this phone


If they were being recalled they would not be selling this.
#24
Really don't go BlackBerry unless all you want the phone for is text and calls.

If you want Apps, Surf the net etc. get an Android or an iPhone, I've done the research statistics for dissertation. The amount of apps built for and mobile sites optimised for BlackBerry is ridiculously low. I suggest you don't get stuck in a 2 year deal
#25
nickwhite1
Really don't go BlackBerry unless all you want the phone for is text and calls.

If you want Apps, Surf the net etc. get an Android or an iPhone, I've done the research statistics for dissertation. The amount of apps built for and mobile sites optimised for BlackBerry is ridiculously low. I suggest you don't get stuck in a 2 year deal


the deal is just to get the handset for £142 and then terminate the contract after quidco pays
#26
fastmedium
nickwhite1
Really don't go BlackBerry unless all you want the phone for is text and calls.

If you want Apps, Surf the net etc. get an Android or an iPhone, I've done the research statistics for dissertation. The amount of apps built for and mobile sites optimised for BlackBerry is ridiculously low. I suggest you don't get stuck in a 2 year deal


the deal is just to get the handset for £142 and then terminate the contract after quidco pays

ru sure you can terminate it after three months?
wont they charge any fee for that ... please comment
thanks
#27
Ordered ,heat added. Is it possible to remove data bundle online ?
banned#28
chwasu
Ordered ,heat added. Is it possible to remove data bundle online ?


Yes, you can do it easily online
#29
Horrorwood
rza89
i went to phone 4 u, and they say the blackberry touchscreens were all being recalled, as there were issues in their batteries being burnt out... i would think about it before taking the plunge on this phone

If they were being recalled they would not be selling this.

I've had my torch for 18 months no problems with the screen or battery. I suspect rza89 has experienced the sales mans nack of trying to sell a more expensive phone to gain a higher commission :-)
#30
awt
fastmedium
nickwhite1
Really don't go BlackBerry unless all you want the phone for is text and calls.

If you want Apps, Surf the net etc. get an Android or an iPhone, I've done the research statistics for dissertation. The amount of apps built for and mobile sites optimised for BlackBerry is ridiculously low. I suggest you don't get stuck in a 2 year deal


the deal is just to get the handset for £142 and then terminate the contract after quidco pays

ru sure you can terminate it after three months?
wont they charge any fee for that ... please comment
thanks


There is no way they would allow you to terminate the contract with out a fee, that would be stupid business, most likely they'll ask you to pay the remainder of your contract + a fee (could be wrong)
#31
Why pay off the rest of the contract? Don't u get free messenger, blackberry mail, and a few other extras that I don't know about even without the data? Not to mention the mins and texts.
#32
Quidco not guaranteed.
#33
why is quidco not guaranteed with this deal?
2 Likes #34
rza89
i went to phone 4 u, and they say the blackberry touchscreens were all being recalled, as there were issues in their batteries being burnt out... i would think about it before taking the plunge on this phone


Typical Phones4U spouting absolute BS as per usual
#35
tarryboy
Why pay off the rest of the contract? Don't u get free messenger, blackberry mail, and a few other extras that I don't know about even without the data? Not to mention the mins and texts.


you need the minimum £3 per month data to access BB messenger and email stuff, once you take data off complete you only have your minutes and text left
#36
Put my order in and there doing some referral credi check, but yes the guy also said you need atleast the 100mb option to get bbm for free. Works out cheaper to put a tmobile sim in (£10 for 6months bbm plus credit doesn't go).
#37
awt
fastmedium
nickwhite1
Really don't go BlackBerry unless all you want the phone for is text and calls.

If you want Apps, Surf the net etc. get an Android or an iPhone, I've done the research statistics for dissertation. The amount of apps built for and mobile sites optimised for BlackBerry is ridiculously low. I suggest you don't get stuck in a 2 year deal


the deal is just to get the handset for £142 and then terminate the contract after quidco pays

ru sure you can terminate it after three months?
wont they charge any fee for that ... please comment
thanks


thats what they told me when i spoke to them in the online chat, i dont think there is a penalty
#38
HotOrNotYouDecide
Quidco not guaranteed.

who said it was?
it says in the title possible quidco but for me it always worked

Edited By: fastmedium on Mar 17, 2012 13:31
#39
I contacted quidco and they said if you remove the data bundle there is a chance o2 will refuse the cashback!
#40
You have to pay the rest of the contract off of course. This goes without saying...

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