LG KC910 Renoir Black / T-Mobile Combi 30 12 mnth contract / £30 Upfront Cashback / £40 quidco - HotUKDeals
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LG KC910 Renoir Black on the T-Mobile Combi 30 tariff 12 month contract
and £30 Upfront Cashback and possible £40 quidco, makes it £290 for 12 months.

3 inch touch screen, with a nifty easy user interface, WiFi, FM radio, bluetooth, GPS, and a great 8 mega-pixel camera with flash and auto focus, to rival most compact camera....
Key features Video Recording, Video Messaging, Video Calling, Wi-Fi, Camera with Zoom, MP3 Player, Bluetooth, Camera, EDGE High-Speed Data, WAP Enabled, Java Enabled, HTML Browser, 3G (Third Generation), Radio, Picture Messaging, Loud Speaker, Memory Card, Email, Real Tones, Camera with Flash, Organiser, and Quad-Band.

LG KC910 Renoir Black

The LG KC910 is the successor to the popular LG Viewty. Again a touchscreen phone, the KC910 sports an impressive 8.0 Megapixel camera with a Schneider Kreuznach lens, autofocus, manual focus, Face Tracking, Smile Shot and blink detection and a xenon flash plus an in-built GPS receiver enabling Geotagging of your photos as well as use as a navigation tool. The KC910 also features impressive video recording capabilities recording 30 fps VGA videos and slow motion 120 fps QVGA videos. Xvid and DivX video playback and Dolby sound enhance the KC910's multimedia potential. The KC910 is a HSDPA phone with Wi-Fi meaning high speed web browsing and downloads. Bluetooth v2.0, TV-output and a microSD slot complete the spec list.
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#1
i would vote cold only heard bad things about beepy.

why not order off orange - direct canary 35 (350mins,250txts) 12 mnth = £396
direct dolphn 35 (100mins,500txts) 12 mnth = £396

go thru quidco before thurs midnight u get £150 cashback so that makes it £246 for 12 months in total and u get 2-4-1 cinema tickets on wednesdays
#2
I couldn't use orange as I was already with them and got a PAC code. As there is no continuous cashback claims involved, I thought it is not a major risk. If you read quidco blogs you will realise that so many people had problems with even normal £50 cashback with ornage, for me £150 quidco is too much of a risk compared to this deal.
#3
Anyone know if you can install tomtom navigator 6 on this & use as sat nav? Any experiences with the retailer would also be useful.
#4
Hi Guys

Thinking of getting either the Tocco or the Renoir any idea which is the best to go for?
#5
anishnair
I couldn't use orange as I was already with them and got a PAC code. As there is no continuous cashback claims involved, I thought it is not a major risk. If you read quidco blogs you will realise that so many people had problems with even normal £50 cashback with ornage, for me £150 quidco is too much of a risk compared to this deal.


tell us how it goes with beepy
#6
I'm seriously looking at this deal. Coming to the end of my contract with O2. Lost my phone abroad 2 months ago. Didn't have any insurance and O2 won't do an early upgrade, so I might even go for it early (I can't upgrade with O2 until 12th February).

Does anyone know when this deal will end?
#7
Is it true T-Mob charge by the minute for every second?

To put that a little clearer, if I make 5 calls each of which are 1min & 2 secs, it will take 10 mins from my allowance?

Or is this even more Billy Bull from Vodafone customer service?!?
#8
I dunno mate. Is that not standard?
#9
I've ordered this phone. I'll post to this thread if anything particularly good or bad unfolds.
#10
Well, it came 2 days after I ordered it (next day delivery indeed!) with one crucial thing missing, the sim card. I've emailed them but haven't had a response yet.

The phone seems pretty good though.
#11
Chris5;3767665
I dunno mate. Is that not standard?

May well be... Just going off what a Voda rep told me. Voda charge by the second per second, TMob by the minute you are in... Voda have been known to tell the odd porky though!

Chris5;3796185
Well, it came 2 days after I ordered it (next day delivery indeed!) with one crucial thing missing, the sim card. I've emailed them but haven't had a response yet.

The phone seems pretty good though.

As an upgrade? Might be a case of using your old card if that's the case!
#12
It's not an upgrade. I have a contract with O2 until mid-February but I lost the phone on holiday. They wouldn't upgrade early and the phone I've been using is a bit rubbish. The extra money that I'll be paying is mostly cancelled out by the 40 quid from Quidco and the 30 pound money back offer they have on (not mentioned in the OP).

The sim card was in the outer packaging,underneath a cardboard flap at the bottom. Strange that it wasn't in the actual phone box.
#13
Got this as an upgrade from O2 - had to bargain though. 600mins 500txts £20 month 24 months and free bolt on.
#14
Just phoned o2 and have bagged myself 800 mins and unlimited texts for just short of £21 a month for 24 months.... 24 months suits me just fine as my partner is locked into a new 24 month contract through work so it works out nice and cheap for us with free o2 to o2 calls as well as free texting :thumbsup:

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