Samsung Galaxy S2 £149.99 for hanset, £13.30 p/m over 24 mnths @ O2 - HotUKDeals
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on contract with O2 for 24 months, gotta be a good deal,

+ £50 quidco
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#1
hi welcome to HUKD, there's a search box in the top right hand corner.
#2
Hello and thank you Russonf, sorry, i have searched and cant find a better active deal

Edited By: malcoa on May 17, 2011 11:20
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malcoa
Hello and thank you Russonf, sorry, i have searched and cant find a better active deal

I think he meant that this deal has been posted, however it was posted with potential £130 quidco cashback which ended so the deal was expired, which means it might not have appeared in any search. However as that deal has expired but the main part is still active (namely the phone from O2) it is fair that the deal is re-posted.
#4
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-galaxy-s-ii-149-99-13-50-a-month-for-24-months-90-cashback-includes-inte/928971/#post11162468

It's been posted twice before, but as above both are expired, but that's purely down to the quidco cashback offer changing.

Quidco is now down to £50 for an o2 contract.
#5
ah i see, thank you, would it be fair to say that it is a good current deal then?
#6
malcoa
ah i see, thank you, would it be fair to say that it is a good current deal then?

Been told you can remove the £3 internet after the first month reducing the cost to £10.50 a month (I can't confirm this though, as I have not had an O2 contract before). This does seem the cheapest deal (not an expert of this though), the only issues is how poor the actual minutes (50 mins) and internet (none if you remove it, but £3 for 100mb is pretty crappy) is which means you will probably need to consider a better 30 day rolling contract deal from say giffgaff or 3 (once the phone is unlocked).


Edited By: wordsworth on May 17, 2011 11:57
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I took out the deal I posted, which is the exact same as yours, except quidco was £90.

I wasn't looking for a lot of mins, texts or internet, I'm using an older contract and just wanted the phone. This deal was working out cheaper than buying the phone outright, so was a no brainer for me.
#8
wordsworth
malcoa
ah i see, thank you, would it be fair to say that it is a good current deal then?

Been told you can remove the £3 internet after the first month reducing the cost to £10.50 a month (I can't confirm this though, as I have not had an O2 contract before). This does seem the cheapest deal (not an expert of this though), the only issues is how poor the actual minutes (50 mins) and internet (none if you remove it, but £3 for 100mb is pretty crappy) is which means you will probably need to consider a better 30 day rolling contract deal from say giffgaff or 3 (once the phone is unlocked).




I did remove the internet from my tariff. I am charged 10.5 a month now.
#9
Seems a good deal thanks op
#10
jayakaranganji
wordsworth
malcoa
ah i see, thank you, would it be fair to say that it is a good current deal then?

Been told you can remove the £3 internet after the first month reducing the cost to £10.50 a month (I can't confirm this though, as I have not had an O2 contract before). This does seem the cheapest deal (not an expert of this though), the only issues is how poor the actual minutes (50 mins) and internet (none if you remove it, but £3 for 100mb is pretty crappy) is which means you will probably need to consider a better 30 day rolling contract deal from say giffgaff or 3 (once the phone is unlocked).




I did remove the internet from my tariff. I am charged 10.5 a month now.


how do you remove it from your tariff

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