Samsung Galaxy S - 300 Mins, 1,000 Txts & TRULY Unlimited Internet, 24 Month Contract - £18 Per Month @ Talk Mobile - HotUKDeals
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Samsung Galaxy S - 300 Mins, 1,000 Txts & TRULY Unlimited Internet, 24 Month Contract - £18.00 Per Month @ Talk Mobile

£18.00 @ Talk Mobile
Now that Talk Mobile give you real unlimited internet (no fair use) on their mobile plans this looks like a great deal for one of the best Android phones out there. Best of all - NO CASHBACK required!… Read More
jh1998 Avatar
6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Now that Talk Mobile give you real unlimited internet (no fair use) on their mobile plans this looks like a great deal for one of the best Android phones out there. Best of all - NO CASHBACK required!

Samsung Galaxy S Black
300 Minutes
1000 Texts
UNLIMITED INTERNET
24 Month Contract
£18 per month

Total price of contract = £432
- KingCampo

£50 cachback as well through quidco and TCB

- RHodgett

Still available on Talkmobile site.
- haznffc
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#1
any good these guys? and what network are they piggy backing off
#2
They are run by the Carphone Warehouse and use Vodafone network so the best overall coverage.
#3
What does it mean when it states?

Massive 1GB of data included.

Unlimited Internet (included in tariff allowance)

* Some Pay Monthly contracts include "Unlimited" data access as part of the tariff allowance.
* There is no limit on mobile internet usage on contracts which include "Unlimited" data access. However if we feel that your data usage is so excessive that other customers are detrimentally affected and/or we are concerned about fraud, we may introduce a fair use policy. If we publish a policy we will let you know. Any such policy may change from time to time, including where we introduce new Services which may require certain rules to ensure such new Services can be enjoyed by our customers. If, once we have implemented such a policy, your use of the Service is excessive, is causing problems for other users and you continue to use the Service excessively we may suspend all or some of the Services.


Mobile Internet Data (included in tariff allowance)

* Some Pay Monthly contract and SIMple tariffs include inclusive Mobile Internet Data as part of the tariff allowance.
* Mobile Internet Data is subject to a limit of 500MB or 1GB as stated on your plan per monthly billing cycle, and then subject to a charge of 10p per MB thereafter.
* You will be notified by text message when you are approaching your limit and advised that charging will apply if this limit is exceeded.
#4
gob9999
What does it mean when it states?

Massive 1GB of data included.

Unlimited Internet (included in tariff allowance)

* Some Pay Monthly contracts include "Unlimited" data access as part of the tariff allowance.
* There is no limit on mobile internet usage on contracts which include "Unlimited" data access. However if we feel that your data usage is so excessive that other customers are detrimentally affected and/or we are concerned about fraud, we may introduce a fair use policy. If we publish a policy we will let you know. Any such policy may change from time to time, including where we introduce new Services which may require certain rules to ensure such new Services can be enjoyed by our customers. If, once we have implemented such a policy, your use of the Service is excessive, is causing problems for other users and you continue to use the Service excessively we may suspend all or some of the Services.


Mobile Internet Data (included in tariff allowance)

* Some Pay Monthly contract and SIMple tariffs include inclusive Mobile Internet Data as part of the tariff allowance.
* Mobile Internet Data is subject to a limit of 500MB or 1GB as stated on your plan per monthly billing cycle, and then subject to a charge of 10p per MB thereafter.
* You will be notified by text message when you are approaching your limit and advised that charging will apply if this limit is exceeded.



it means every month you can go over but if you start using 8gb a month they will notify you
16 Likes #5
when are they gonna stop forcing 24 month deals. bring back 12.
#6
This looks very tempting....
#7
heat nice
#8
Can this be used with any network?
9 Likes #9
Won't have to wait too long - EU Rules which will be implemented by Ofcom at the end of May mean every company will have to offer 12 months contract.
#10
pokerpad
Can this be used with any network?

co-ask
#11
With new phones on the way I can see plenty of good deals on the way. I can upgrade now on T mobile but will wait until June when the contract is up to see what deals are on the new generation of android phones
#12
not a bad deal
#13
How does this phone compare to the HTC Desire?
2 Likes #14
Not sure if it is unlocked. However if it's not then the Galaxy S can be unlocked easily for free as they made the mistake of storing the unlock code on the device itself. See forum for details:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=761045
4 Likes #15
jh1998
Won't have to wait too long - EU Rules which will be implemented by Ofcom at the end of May mean every company will have to offer 12 months contract.


Even if it does go back to 12 months the cost of the handsets today will mean if you have a 12 month contract the phone is going to be expensive and not free as the subsisdy will not cover it.
2 Likes #16
flyingteddy
when are they gonna stop forcing 24 month deals. bring back 12.


You can get 12... you just have to pay for the phone
#17
jh1998
Not sure if it is unlocked. However if it's not then the Galaxy S can be unlocked easily for free as they made the mistake of storing the unlock code on the device itself. See forum for details:
[url=%0Ahttp://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=761045]
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=761045[/url]


Not the worst mistake ever made - Cellnet used to store the amount of PAYG credit on the handset and it didn't take long for them to be modded to reset the credit on reboot

Edited By: Dr Zoidberg on Apr 06, 2011 15:32
#18
Dr Zoidberg
jh1998
Not sure if it is unlocked. However if it's not then the Galaxy S can be unlocked easily for free as they made the mistake of storing the unlock code on the device itself. See forum for details:
[url=%0Ahttp://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=761045]
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=761045[/url]

Not the worst mistake ever made - Cellnet used to store the amount of PAYG credit on the handset and it didn't take long for them to be modded to reset the credit on reboot
haha I remember that back on the really old Nokia's!
#19
ZedEx
jh1998
Won't have to wait too long - EU Rules which will be implemented by Ofcom at the end of May mean every company will have to offer 12 months contract.


Even if it does go back to 12 months the cost of the handsets today will mean if you have a 12 month contract the phone is going to be expensive and not free as the subsisdy will not cover it.


Vodafone have started them already and you're right. A smartphone that is free on a £35 24m plan costs about £150-£200 on the same 12m plan. Latest phones will only be free on >£50 plans.
#20
Is this phone any good then?
#21
jh1998
Won't have to wait too long - EU Rules which will be implemented by Ofcom at the end of May mean every company will have to offer 12 months contract.


Interesting. Are they under obligation to offer similar terms to those on the 18 and 24 months contracts, or can they gouge you on 12 month contracts and make them not worth pursuing?
1 Like #22
pokerpad
Is this phone any good then?


Got great reviews all round. Very similar to the HTC Desire but without the sucky battery. It is about to superseded by the Galaxy S2 though in May so that's why prices are coming down.
#23
I am on talk mobile with a HTC desire...
It's great! i get much better coverage then my old T-Mobile contract and the guys at Talk Mobile are pretty good with any issues i have had
#24
super deal, just got my PAC from Tmob and ordered one :)

Even though the S2 will be out soon, you can still upgrade the OS.
Also, was thinking about an iPhone but with the same contract duration and services, that would be £30/month plus £280 for the phone, with this deal, it was a no-brainer.
#25
could you purchase a voda suresignal for perfect coverage?
#26
good!
#27
dont forget the cashback sites. 8)
#28
If I used this contract for my existing phone, and sold this new and unlocked on ebay, approx how much would it get?
#29
All Carphone Warehouse phones, apart from the iPhone are unlocked.
#30
Oh poo, I think I agreed to a yearly sim, rather than month by month to get a better deal. Ah well. There will be more deals in a few months time!
#31
jh1998
pokerpad
Is this phone any good then?


Got great reviews all round. Very similar to the HTC Desire but without the sucky battery. It is about to superseded by the Galaxy S2 though in May so that's why prices are coming down.


I'm going to stick it out until May then grab the original S for less.
1 Like #32
flyingteddy
when are they gonna stop forcing 24 month deals. bring back 12.

As mentioned above, the 24 months if to cover the cost of the phone.
I just got a 12month simplicity and paid for the phone myself, which of course meant i took a hit up front, but it did mean i could change network at the start and after 12months and get myself two lots of £100 quidco cashback. You just have to do what works out best. Many people either can't afford the phones upfront and/or can't be bothered with the hassle, so in that case the 24month contract is fine. You can't expect a new £400 quid phone every year when you're contract is costing no more than £420 a year. They have to charge you for the minutes and phone somewhere!
#33
This phone will also be getting Android Gingerbread 2.3 soon:)
#34
hugekebab
jh1998
pokerpad
Is this phone any good then?

Got great reviews all round. Very similar to the HTC Desire but without the sucky battery. It is about to superseded by the Galaxy S2 though in May so that's why prices are coming down.

I'm going to stick it out until May then grab the original S for less.

Just found out my contract ends in July so I'll do the same then and hope for the above. Great deal though.
#35
Very good phone for the price, even with the s2 coming out soon. Only weak point IMO is the lack of a flash on the camera
#36
manoj123
dont forget the cashback sites. 8)

There's no cashback offered on Quidco or Topcashback on the Smartplan tariff in the deal posted, is it offered on one of the other cashback sites?
#37
blammo
manoj123
dont forget the cashback sites. 8)

There's no cashback offered on Quidco or Topcashback on the Smartplan tariff in the deal posted, is it offered on one of the other cashback sites?


I noticed there isn't an entry for smartplan tariff. But just worth giving it a go incase if they decide to provide some amount.
#38
Does anybody know if this is VAT inclusive? Thanks
#39
Going to vote cold.

GiffGaff sim + £10 unlimited internet goodybag per month = £120
Orange San Francisco = £90
Total = £210 (£330 for 24 months) with no contract

Total for this deal is £432 over 24 months. Plus you are on a long term contract.

I'm not a GiffGaff customer before anyone accuses me of bias here, but if I was going to be tempted into getting something with unlimited data then the SF-GiffGaff route is a no-brainer.




Edited By: dean_brfc on Apr 06, 2011 17:43
#40
From 12 deal the new samsung s mini. se x10 mini pro. lg optiums 1. Samsung europa. Se x8

which of thses hand sets are better

any help

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