Samsung Galaxy S II Black on T-Mobile from affordablemobiles.co.uk with free ipod shuffle, no redemption. Phone £0 , 600 minutes, 500 texts, free internet booster. £25.54 per month - 24 month contract @ Affordable Mobiles + £80 quidco too - HotUKDeals
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Been fancying one of these for a while but never seen it below £29 pm.

This deal is for the Samsung Galaxy S II which is much better than the still current Galaxy 1 and comes a good tariff with free internet and loads of minutes.

The Samsung Galaxy S II has a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus screen for enhanced graphics and better battery consumption and the Samsung Dual Core processor that provides faster downloads and a smoother UI. This super-slim smartphone boasts 3D TouchWiz UX for an amazing user experience and coupled with enhanced multimedia capabilities the Galaxy S II takes the next step in mobile entertainment.

The 3G HSDPA web browser provides a PC-like online experience with easy search optimisation and the homepage can be customised with all your favourite apps. The latest Android v2.3 is on board as well as Wi-Fi Direct, Kies 2.0 for PC synchronisation and AllShare for easy media sharing on your TV or laptop.

The impressive 8 megapixel camera has an LED flash and 1080p Full HD video recording whilst the 2-megapixel front facing camera handles video calls. Other features include GPS, Bluetooth, an expandable memory up to 32GB and a full range of messaging options.
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#1
612.96 total over 2 years.
#2
This looks like a great deal but the weird thing is that although the direct link from the deal works, I can't find it by going through the site by searching by phone or network in the regular way - which only seems to give deals for this phone on Orange. How did you find it, OP? The thing is that unless you can get to the deal somehow from the Quidco landing page, there's no way of getting the Quidco cashback. Or am I being really stupid?
#3
philomene
This looks like a great deal but the weird thing is that although the direct link from the deal works, I can't find it by going through the site by searching by phone or network in the regular way - which only seems to give deals for this phone on Orange. How did you find it, OP? The thing is that unless you can get to the deal somehow from the Quidco landing page, there's no way of getting the Quidco cashback. Or am I being really stupid?


as long as you visit the site using quidco you will still get quidco, i have same problem with hungryhouse or just eat vouchers you cant link to voucher and use quidco so just visit quidco and then select the shop, then on another tab use the link for hotukdeals.
#4
Thanks, garbage456, that's really excellent to know in general as I always thought that you risked Quidco not tracking if you did things in other tabs.
Still can't understand why I can't find the phone on anything other than Orange on the affordablemobiles site by searching! I must be doing something wrong...

garbage456
philomene
This looks like a great deal but the weird thing is that although the direct link from the deal works, I can't find it by going through the site by searching by phone or network in the regular way - which only seems to give deals for this phone on Orange. How did you find it, OP? The thing is that unless you can get to the deal somehow from the Quidco landing page, there's no way of getting the Quidco cashback. Or am I being really stupid?


as long as you visit the site using quidco you will still get quidco, i have same problem with hungryhouse or just eat vouchers you cant link to voucher and use quidco so just visit quidco and then select the shop, then on another tab use the link for hotukdeals.
#5
Can I use UAM with this as T-mobile now share Orange network?
#6
Seems like a good deal, this the best deal on the S2 at the moment?

This company any good?
#7
I'm after this phone for that sort of price but not sure about t mobile also wouldn't be able to track with quidco like others have said as i cant find it on the main site.

Hope to get this phone soon :-)
#8
I'm baffled as to how the op found this.

Great find if we can get it to track with quidco
#9
Looks good
#10
I found a similar deal earlier today through a comparison site but couldn't find it directly on the affordable-mobiles site. I spoke to their sales team who stated that they only sell the S2 on Orange, they couldn't offer the deal.
#11
garbage456
612.96 total over 2 years.



£532.96 after quidco
#12
£532.96 is an excellent price
Has anyone managed to get it to track though?
Found this deal and others on a comparison website that are not available direct through the affordablemobiles.co.uk
#13
Has anyone got this to track with quidco?
#14
Seems a good deal mate ;)

Can anyone answer a couple of questions, is the site ok havn't heard of them before? How easy would it be to unlock? And someone mentioned on the last few comments of this thread:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-galaxy-s-ii-300-texts-300-mins-1gb-internet-24-months-22-66-including-ph/930088?page=4

that if brought from a third party (phones4u etc...) you will have restricted 3g access, can anyone confirm whether this would be the case with this deal?
#15
id like to order this but questions not being answerd that concern me. Is it 80 quid q and why cant you find deal thruogh site?

Cant vote hot until i know
4 Likes #16
Would never let myself be locked in to a contract for 2 YEARS.
I'm amazed people have accepted such an increase in contract terms. Not long ago 12 months was the norm. What a complete and utter farce.
#17
How much is this supposed internet booster?
#18
good thing it's changing.
wrt quidco, i would click from HUKD first, then go through quidco. AFAIK it depends on what was last (i.e. if one clicks from quidco and TCB). As always with this sort of scenario, expect to pay the 6xx price and if it tracks then it's a great bonus.
#19
I managed to get this deal and Quidco are tracking also.
#20
good deal !
#21
It is cheaper on O2
#22
jacquelinebigbadcat
I managed to get this deal and Quidco are tracking also.



Thanks for the confirmation that this deal is valid and tracks with quidco :-)

The internet booster is free

Check on the t-mobile website for full details



Edited By: Webagents on May 15, 2011 01:01: Correction
1 Like #23
gratts
Would never let myself be locked in to a contract for 2 YEARS.
I'm amazed people have accepted such an increase in contract terms. Not long ago 12 months was the norm. What a complete and utter farce.


Because many people want to have a decent phone, but aren't obsessed with always having the latest one every year?

One of the big reasons they are 24 month contracts is because the cost of phones has gone up as they got more advanced. You can get a decent, fully-functioning laptop at the same price as loads of phones like this one nowadays.
1 Like #24
Great deal, heat added.
1 Like #25
callum9999
gratts
Would never let myself be locked in to a contract for 2 YEARS.
I'm amazed people have accepted such an increase in contract terms. Not long ago 12 months was the norm. What a complete and utter farce.


Because many people want to have a decent phone, but aren't obsessed with always having the latest one every year?

One of the big reasons they are 24 month contracts is because the cost of phones has gone up as they got more advanced. You can get a decent, fully-functioning laptop at the same price as loads of phones like this one nowadays.


Another reason is that mobile phone companies want more money, and by the looks of it they're getting it without much complaint (and even people defending them! :D) .
Viva la Tesco and their 12 month contract terms!

Edited By: gratts on May 14, 2011 22:05
#26
Can anyone please tell how to use this link from quidco to get the cash back? I can't find it from quidco website. I am sound stupid if someone can please explain on how to track it on quidco?
banned#27
Wow, £80 quidcot?! :p
#28
best price and tariff.
#29
gratts
callum9999
gratts
Would never let myself be locked in to a contract for 2 YEARS.
I'm amazed people have accepted such an increase in contract terms. Not long ago 12 months was the norm. What a complete and utter farce.


Because many people want to have a decent phone, but aren't obsessed with always having the latest one every year?

One of the big reasons they are 24 month contracts is because the cost of phones has gone up as they got more advanced. You can get a decent, fully-functioning laptop at the same price as loads of phones like this one nowadays.


Another reason is that mobile phone companies want more money, and by the looks of it they're getting it without much complaint (and even people defending them! :D) .
Viva la Tesco and their 12 month contract terms!


Well I thought that was too obvious to mention. They are businesses, getting money is their sole purpose of existing!

And I'm not defending them, I'm just stating facts. They aren't doing anything that requires defending.
#30
gratts
Would never let myself be locked in to a contract for 2 YEARS.
I'm amazed people have accepted such an increase in contract terms. Not long ago 12 months was the norm. What a complete and utter farce.


While i agree that i'd never want to be locked into a 2 year contract (had 18 month ones and even those are far too long for an industry which changes so quickly), to be fair to some companies, there have been some 12 month offers for these phones. It's just not realistic to expect them to sell the phones at a loss though, so you'd be looking at paying upwards of £300 for the phone itself minimum, plus whatever the contract terms are (£25-30pm or so).

Edited By: blaze on May 14, 2011 22:20
#31
The internet is not unlimited as T-Mobile have a cap of 500MB. This deal does not seem that great to me especially if quidco doesn't track. It's basically Vodafone terms. 500 mb for an internet phone is nothing.
#32
I won't spend £500 on a damn iPhone, I'm certainly not spending that on a buggy iPhone knock-off.

Orange SF: £10month + £35. £155 in year one, £275 in year two. Plus it is Pay As You Go so you get to keep roll over credit unlike contracts. So you can likely take several £10/month holidays a year.
#33
LooneR
The internet is not unlimited as T-Mobile have a cap of 500MB. This deal does not seem that great to me especially if quidco doesn't track. It's basically Vodafone terms. 500 mb for an internet phone is nothing.


Along with this, T-Mobile limit 3g speeds to 384kbit/s even when you have a HSDPA connection. This happens when you purchase a T-Mobile contract via 3rd party. Its very craftily written into the contract ("offer 3g speeds" - 3g = 384kbit/s max) which nearly no one would notice.

Its also a very foggy area at T-Mobile - I managed to get one staff to admit the matter, whilst another denied such actions. There are threads on T-Mobile's own support forum that still don't have an official reply to the matter - some of them very recent too.

384kbit/s vs a few mbit/s makes a significant difference. To your battery life as the phone has to spend a lot more time on the 3G radio. And general experience, e.g. just browsing through google maps, it'll make a big difference.

This is a great example of why 2 year contracts can be a tricky wicket when the likes of T-Mobile will write devious contracts that normal consumers simply wouldn't pick up on.

Cold!
8 Likes #34
UnoriginalGuy
I won't spend £500 on a damn iPhone, I'm certainly not spending that on a buggy iPhone knock-off.

Orange SF: £10month + £35. £155 in year one, £275 in year two. Plus it is Pay As You Go so you get to keep roll over credit unlike contracts. So you can likely take several £10/month holidays a year.


It's nice to know you've done some research on this phone and on Android. This phone would probably be wasted on you anyway.
#35
all the moaners who cant find this deal on the website....please read through
This deal is a personalised deal arranged BY webgains.com TO the OP. Webgains intends the OP to post this link/offer on THEIR personal website or blog.
No question about the legality of the deal as that is what webgains offer.
BUT seriously question if its legit to even think quidco will work on this. Quidco may track but cant be sure until it pays out. Because AM pays to webgains and webgains to OP (I think so)......I dont think AM would pay for both referrals that is quidco AND webgains.

Edited By: baldude on May 14, 2011 23:17
#36
My wife is on T-Mobile and the mobile internet is appalling. It will switch to Orange BUT only if there is absolutely zero T-Mobile coverage. Slow or non-existent internet on a phone like this pretty much removes the reason to have the phone in the first place.
#37
garbage456
612.96 total over 2 years.

better deal somewhere else?
#38
Grantaire, there should be an option to manually switch network. I have same issue at home, HTC Desire lets me switch manually because some it takes a while to switch.
1 Like #39
UnoriginalGuy
I won't spend £500 on a damn iPhone, I'm certainly not spending that on a buggy iPhone knock-off.

Orange SF: £10month + £35. £155 in year one, £275 in year two. Plus it is Pay As You Go so you get to keep roll over credit unlike contracts. So you can likely take several £10/month holidays a year.

Orange SF is unknown brand, better stick with samsung!
#40
rodman
UnoriginalGuy
I won't spend £500 on a damn iPhone, I'm certainly not spending that on a buggy iPhone knock-off.

Orange SF: £10month + £35. £155 in year one, £275 in year two. Plus it is Pay As You Go so you get to keep roll over credit unlike contracts. So you can likely take several £10/month holidays a year.

Orange SF is unknown brand, better stick with samsung!


Comparing the Orange SF to the Samsung SII is like comparing the iPhone 3G to the iPhone 4. If you have used both then you will know what I mean.

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