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18 x 15.50 = £279
£59.99 fee for the phone
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£338.99
LESS
QUIDCO £27 CASHBACK
TCB £27 CASHBACK

and that is £311.72 for the phone

Superb Android 4.0.3, 1.5Ghz Quad Core Tegra 3 phone with a massive 4.7" IPS HD Display, 1GB RAM, 16GB Stroage (with MicroSD slot), Removable battery (2150mAh), 8MP Camera with Flash and NFC (plus all the other stuff you'd expect from a top end phone).


EXPANSYS HAVE THE SIM FREE £479, AND WITH THIS DEAL YOU GETTING IT FOR £311.72 WHEN CASHBACK TRACKS AT QUIDCO OR TCB

£311.72 FOR A PHONE WITH THESE SPECS AN ABSOLUTE BARGAIN

It really is the bargain of the week


This deal seems to have changed slightly, please be careful when looking at this deal.

thank you
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ssjinzo#2
i don't think cashback is £70 iam getting £27,27 for new contracts?

http://www.topcashback.co.uk/mobilespayg-and-accessories/

Edited By: ssjinzo on Aug 26, 2012 16:13
Deal_HUNT3R#3
Quidco is £27!!
maprel#4
wow
marko35banned#5
i think it expired today the cashback, and now its down to £27.27
even with that still makes it a fantastic deal
ssjinzo#6
marko35
i think it expired today the cashback, and now its down to £27.27
even with that still makes it a fantastic deal
true still a good deal but i think you should modify the price for the new cash back in your description
Wooderson#7
What about cancelling early to avoid vat?
ssjinzo#8
Wooderson
What about cancelling early to avoid vat?

i know o2 still charge vat dont know about tmobile i think the case will be the same tbh
Kei1 1 Like #9
This has to get hot soon. Amazing value. The "HTC One X" has better build quality, but the LG Optimus 4X HD has a (hot-swappable) microSD slot and removable battery.

So after cashback £312 for a quad-core handset is excellent. I'd go for this if I hadn't the Samsung Galaxy S II.
However, after owning the "Galaxy S II", I feel that 4.3" is large enough for me. As a person with small hands, I could barely use it with one hand. Now I really appreciate why people say the "Galaxy Note" is huge.
For people with large hands or the dare I say, the rest of the population, I'd say 4.7" is getting more common.

In comparison to the Samsung Galaxy S III, this is a no-brainer. The "S III" cheapest currently is around £550.

[Update]
Ah I just noticed. This contract doesn't include data... That's a big ouch for me.
You should include the monthly plan in the title, and definitely at least put it in the description.

Still anyway, the £15.50 for 24 months (50 mins, 250 texts, 750 MB data), which including cashback is an excellent deal. :)


Edited By: Kei1 on Aug 26, 2012 17:34: lack of detail in the OP description and title
marko35banned#10
i suppose if you call mobiles.co.uk on the phone you may even be ale to get the price of the phone down or not pay anything at all. worth a try
morpheus 2 Likes #11
Seems like a great deal but i'm affraid that any phone made by LG is COLD!!!!

Hardware will be top notch but it will be weighed down with bloatware from LG and will be very, VERY, V E R Y slow to get Android updates....

Seriously, avoid this like the plague, you have been warned.

(Oh and don't expect to be able to work around the above with custom roms, even they don't work properly because LG are so sh*te)
morpheus#12
ssjinzo
Wooderson
What about cancelling early to avoid vat?

i know o2 still charge vat dont know about tmobile i think the case will be the same tbh

Oh just to add, T-Mobile DO deduct the VAT and 4% from the total cost if you cancel within the minimum term.... of so they told me when I rang up for a cancellation cost.
Deal_HUNT3R#13
Kei1
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In comparison to the Samsung Galaxy S III, this is a no-brainer. The "S III" cheapest currently is around £550.

full contract price or handset?

handset can be had for under £450
Kei1#14
Full contract total cost. It is cheaper to buy contract than PAYG anyway, unless the handset is used for nothing other than Wi-Fi or people who can magically conjure a SIM with free calls, texts and data.
geeadamg#15
Handtec is £390 for this phone sim free but this is still £50 cheaper. Better to compare with cheapest major retailer.

I've voted hot.
Wooderson#16
This or the Galaxy Nexus?
marko35banned#17
Wooderson
This or the Galaxy Nexus?

This definitely , galaxy nexus is way too old... the specs on this are amazing , probably the best even though its an LG.
Wooderson#18
Will it get Jellybean though?
ando#19
not a 18 month contract

T-Mobile Text Standard Internet £15.50
(24 months)
Crofteh#20
morpheus
Seems like a great deal but i'm affraid that any phone made by LG is COLD!!!!

Hardware will be top notch but it will be weighed down with bloatware from LG and will be very, VERY, V E R Y slow to get Android updates....

Seriously, avoid this like the plague, you have been warned.

(Oh and don't expect to be able to work around the above with custom roms, even they don't work properly because LG are so sh*te)

Couldn't agree more. Being an O2X owner, I've been very disappointed with LG. Both their service and the phone's ROM have been atrocious, and I won't be buying another LG phone for the foreseeable future. The specs may look great, but it matters little if the phone runs like a dog. Custom ROMs may help, but in the case of the O2X it never fixed some of the phones core issues. Avoid.

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