Samsung Galaxy S2 - 24mth @ £25.54pm (phone £0) - 600mins, 500txts, Truly Unlimited Data @ Affordable Mobiles - HotUKDeals
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Best zero outlay pay monthly deal I could find on the S2. Contract is with T-Mobile through affordablemobiles.co.uk. Topcashback tracks at £60.60 on this deal if you go via there first. Also first 2 months half price via redemption.

As of 01/07/2011, those signing up for this get their truly unlimited deal included:

http://t-mobilenewscentre.co.uk/truly-unlimited-internet-on-your-phone/

Literally unlimited (no cap) data allowance for the phone. Only stipulation is not to be used for tethering apparently.
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5 Likes #1
I wont go near 24 months contract knowing by next year possibly iphone 5 and galaxy s3 and maybe many other phones will be in the market. An excellent phone but no no to a long term contract.
#2
iPhone 5 is expected in August or September this year. I would hold off buying any phone until we've had a chance to see what magic Apple is putting into the next generation iPhone. I'm hearing it will be gorgeous and revolutionary in every possible way.
16 Likes #3
Yeah I'd hold off as I hear there's going to be an iPhone 23, a Samsung Galaxy SXVI...... http://www.easyfreesmileys.com/smileys/free-rolleye-smileys-323.gif

It's 'technology' of course there are going to be newer, better, faster, flashier etc etc products coming in a week, a month, 6 months, a year, 10 years....! If you wait for the 'latest' gadget it will NEVER come. As soon as ANY new gadget hits the shops the manufacturers are working on their updates to that product, the next generation of products, newer more powerful products and their competitors are doing the same. When buying devices such as this you can't catch up with technology, it's impossible.
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Blasphemous
Yeah I'd hold off as I hear there's going to be an iPhone 23, a Samsung Galaxy SXVI...... http://www.easyfreesmileys.com/smileys/free-rolleye-smileys-323.gif

It's 'technology' of course there are going to be newer, better, faster, flashier etc etc products coming in a week, a month, 6 months, a year, 10 years....! If you wait for the 'latest' gadget it will NEVER come. As soon as ANY new gadget hits the shops the manufacturers are working on their updates to that product, the next generation of products, newer more powerful products and their competitors are doing the same. When buying devices such as this you can't catch up with technology, it's impossible.



1000000 percent correct
#5
There must be a booster on T-mobile that gives you unlmited data. Good Deal. :)
#6
At the moment the galaxy S2 is arguably the best android phone out there so any deal is worth looking at. To get the 1GB data at the expense of unlimited texts is great for those who want to do more with a smart phone than mindlessly texting mates all day long.
Good deal
9 Likes #7
joeybutterface
iPhone 5 is expected in August or September this year. I would hold off buying any phone until we've had a chance to see what magic Apple is putting into the next generation iPhone. I'm hearing it will be gorgeous and revolutionary in every possible way.


i couldnt care if the iphone 5 came with a servant who dialed numbers and sent texts for you still wont be getting one...i have had 2 iphones and the interface hesnt really changed since day 1...switched to android this year...wont look back
9 Likes #8
joeybutterface
...what magic Apple is putting into the next generation iPhone.
They've already demonstrated iOS 5 and the new features are all copies of things Android has had for years.

The phone itself will probably only be a bit thinner with a slightly bigger screen and a working antenna.
2 Likes #9
lhassall
joeybutterface
...what magic Apple is putting into the next generation iPhone.

They've already demonstrated iOS 5 and the new features are all copies of things Android has had for years.

The phone itself will probably only be a bit thinner with a slightly bigger screen and a working antenna.

Just been over to Eurogamer and the notes on there are that the phone is merely a minor upgrade of the Iphone 4 so more evolution than revolution. 8mp camera, iOS5 and ipad 2 processor but no major cosmetic changes. As you say they seem to be nicking Android style interfaces now.
#10
i went for this deal . £27 month, 24 month contract, 900 min, 5000 texts, 1gb data. £60 quidco and ipod shuffle which i believe is worth about £30 bringing monthly cost to £23.25. Im currently getting 5mb down and 1.7mb up on three network.
#11
higgzy
i went for this deal . £27 month, 24 month contract, 900 min, 5000 texts, 1gb data. £60 quidco and ipod shuffle which i believe is worth about £30 bringing monthly cost to £23.25. Im currently getting 5mb down and 1.7mb up on three network.

Seems good too. Do Three charge you for going over your data allowance at all? This is the one thing that has made me wary of anyone other than T-Mobile.
#12
The link here works, but if I go through quidco to the affordablemobiles homepage, I cant find the S2 on tmobile. Wondering if it's now out of stock as it is a really good price.

Edited By: chrisjudd on Jun 23, 2011 10:11: typo
#13
chrisjudd
The link here works, but if I go through quidco to the affordablemobiles homepage, I cant find the S2 on tmobile. Wondering if it's now out of stock as it is a really good price.

Start off at topcashback (or quidco if they have it) and copypaste the ID from the end of the link here. Your order should go through fine and it should track. If the deal didn't exist then the link here would go to an empty basket. I know because I previously tried another S2 affordablemobiles link posted here a few weeks back which had obviously since expired and thus went to an empty basket.
#14
do i trust 3 though?
#15
Reload
chrisjudd
The link here works, but if I go through quidco to the affordablemobiles homepage, I cant find the S2 on tmobile. Wondering if it's now out of stock as it is a really good price.

Start off at topcashback (or quidco if they have it) and copypaste the ID from the end of the link here. Your order should go through fine and it should track. If the deal didn't exist then the link here would go to an empty basket. I know because I previously tried another S2 affordablemobiles link posted here a few weeks back which had obviously since expired and thus went to an empty basket.

No good for me. I'm thinking that you can't have your cake and eat it - they will either give you the cheapish tmobile deal with the free gift OR a more expensive deal but with cashback. Combining the two would be great but doesnt look possible.
#16
higgzy
i went for this deal . £27 month, 24 month contract, 900 min, 5000 texts, 1gb data. £60 quidco and ipod shuffle which i believe is worth about £30 bringing monthly cost to £23.25. Im currently getting 5mb down and 1.7mb up on three network.


Good deal....but as it's a 24 month contract is the phone under warranty for the whole 24 month period?
1 Like #17
joeybutterface
I would hold off buying any phone until we've had a chance to see what magic Apple is putting into the next generation iPhone.

Wonder what they'll have up their sleeve this time after last year's debacle - perhaps texts can only be sent if the phone is held perfectly horizontal in the palm of an outstretched hand ?

Edited By: tyke on Jun 23, 2011 11:26
#18
spobby
do i trust 3 though?

Well check your network coverage online and finf out if this deal would be good for you. 3 is not always good but in certain areas, its very reliable.
#19
ordered this morning phone call 2hrs later saying all is good and will dispatch tonight to receive tomorrow. Asked about data allowance and can clarify that this is only 500Mb as with all T-Mob contracts. No bother as this is the best deal I can find with no money upfront. never thought I would go 24mths but like I said no money upfront for the phone. This will be the wifes. For me I ordered the 3 deal with affordable last week but still no stock till next week. No problems with the service of this company, phoned me promptly letting me know about how my orders were going. Great for me.
1 Like #20
stephen25uk
joeybutterface
iPhone 5 is expected in August or September this year. I would hold off buying any phone until we've had a chance to see what magic Apple is putting into the next generation iPhone. I'm hearing it will be gorgeous and revolutionary in every possible way.


i couldnt care if the iphone 5 came with a servant who dialed numbers and sent texts for you still wont be getting one...i have had 2 iphones and the interface hesnt really changed since day 1...switched to android this year...wont look back


Well my main point was the long term contract really. I just think 2 years is a long time to have the same phone. Im currently looking for a 12 or 18 months good deals on this phone. The deal with talkmobile is a good 12 months deal but ther are mixed review on talkmobile.
#21
Mostin
ordered this morning phone call 2hrs later saying all is good and will dispatch tonight to receive tomorrow. Asked about data allowance and can clarify that this is only 500Mb as with all T-Mob contracts. No bother as this is the best deal I can find with no money upfront. never thought I would go 24mths but like I said no money upfront for the phone. This will be the wifes. For me I ordered the 3 deal with affordable last week but still no stock till next week. No problems with the service of this company, phoned me promptly letting me know about how my orders were going. Great for me.

The contract as standard is 500MB but T-Mobile have a policy where all Android devices are allowed "unlimited" data usage. Last year, when I got my Galaxy S, it was a 3GB limit but when I phoned T-Mobile customer services last week to check for this they confirmed it's still the case but is now only 1GB unfortunately.

You may need to ring T-Mobile to activate this service but it doesn't cost anything to do so.
#22
Problem with ordering T-Mobile Android phones from a 3rd party is they put you on the 384Kbps data rate, whereas directly it's free (choose another booster) and should be the Web n Walk+ which for Android seems to be capped at 2Mbps.

I don't know why T-Mobile do it like this as it seems crazy as it means the Android priceplans are significantly better value due to the internet being thrown in and you can choose for example unlimited texts in addition. WP7 for some reason doesn't get the same treatment.

I'm on the old 3GB FUP and when you go over that FUP (I assume the new one is the same) not much changes. Youtube and Android doesn't work during the day (4pm-Midnight) Just about everything else carries on and at normal speed.

I've been impressed with the network but the potential 384K speed cap would bother me I think.
#23
lozzauk
Problem with ordering T-Mobile Android phones from a 3rd party is they put you on the 384Kbps data rate, whereas directly it's free (choose another booster) and should be the Web n Walk+ which for Android seems to be capped at 2Mbps.

I don't know why T-Mobile do it like this as it seems crazy as it means the Android priceplans are significantly better value due to the internet being thrown in and you can choose for example unlimited texts in addition. WP7 for some reason doesn't get the same treatment.

I'm on the old 3GB FUP and when you go over that FUP (I assume the new one is the same) not much changes. Youtube and Android doesn't work during the day (4pm-Midnight) Just about everything else carries on and at normal speed.

I've been impressed with the network but the potential 384K speed cap would bother me I think.

My Galaxy S contract was via a third party but isn't capped by T-mobile (it was at first but I rang up and they sorted it). That's not with affordablemobiles though so I can't speak for definite in relation to this deal but I'd assumed, because of the experience I mentioned, that it was the general case.


Edited By: Reload on Jun 23, 2011 13:24
#24
Okay, some good news to add to this deal. Was curious to resolve the 500MB vs 1GB situation and rang T-mobile about this line I'd just taken out. Turns out it's neither, it's actually the full 3GB unlimited on this deal. Title changed accordingly, bring the heat. :D
#25
How would T-Mobile know? This is being sold through a dealer and the handset it comes with is of no consequence to them. It looks like Affordable Mobiles are just using the flexible booster for internet which is 500MB, capped at 384Kbps.

Otherwise you would have an option of also picking unlimited landline, unlimited texts etc.
#26
Reload, isn't it £ 24.48 a month after cashback redemption?
#27
lozzauk
How would T-Mobile know? This is being sold through a dealer and the handset it comes with is of no consequence to them. It looks like Affordable Mobiles are just using the [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.t-mobile.co.uk%2Fshop%2Fpay-monthly%2Fboosters%2F]flexible booster[/url] for internet which is 500MB, capped at 384Kbps.

Otherwise you would have an option of also picking unlimited landline, unlimited texts etc.

As of today I'm on this exact same contract, through affordablemobiles, and I just phoned T-mobile to check and they 100% confirmed I'm on the 3GB allowance unlimited internet. Basically the contract includes automatic unlimited internet.

Sorry for any confusion!
#28
Baron Domo
Reload, isn't it £ 24.48 a month after cashback redemption?

Only reason I didn't include that part was because it's via redemption and those things are usually a pain, jumping through hoops. But yeah, there is also half price line rental for 2 months on this if people can be bothered. :)
#29
Reload

As of today I'm on this exact same contract, through affordablemobiles, and I just phoned T-mobile to check and they 100% confirmed I'm on the 3GB allowance unlimited internet. Basically the contract includes automatic unlimited internet.


That's amazing - especially considering the big deal they made of ending the 3GB FUP back in January (I was ready to try and get out of my contract)

Very hot - but I wonder if everyone will get the same.
#30
Thanks poster! But I Just bought this deal but it says my applications been referred to tmobile! Can anyone tell me whats going on? Are they going to send me this phone??? :|oO
#31
robisfantasticutube
Thanks poster! But I Just bought this deal but it says my applications been referred to tmobile! Can anyone tell me whats going on? Are they going to send me this phone??? :|oO


I'd assume that's to do with the credit scoring they do. I had a prior T-Mobile account so they did it on that number for me. Give affordablemobiles a call and check though, I found their customer service responsive and helpful.
#32
After "Reload" posted about the data allowance being 3GB unlimited instead of 500mb or 1GB I rang T-mobile. I spoke to somebody that did not quite fill me full of confidence, in respect to they knew what they were doing. They said it was only 500Mb. I do actually have another contract with T-mobile so for all i know they could be looking at the wrong contract!!!
#33
Hi "Mostin". As I mentioned earlier in the thread, I was told by T-Mobile before purchasing this deal that it was just 1GB. I went ahead and ordered anyway and checked again after the account had gone live and it turns out it is actually 3GB. I've double checked this myself via my T-mobile online account and it is indeed the case, basically the 'unlimited internet booster' is included in the price plan on offer and with T-Mob that's 3GB for Androids. For anyone interested in the speed available, that's capped at 2Mbps. Cheers.
#34
Out of interest, there are a few other companies currently offering this exact same contract deal, yet all with an upfront handset cost of £129.99 and no £60 cashback either...
#35
sorry meant to say thankyou poster! :D
#36
Cheers! Glad a couple of other people besides myself thought this was a good deal anyway. :) And the S2 itself is perfection, couldn't wish for more from a phone just yet. 8)
#37
I really wouldn't bet on that at all. You sound like you got lucky. MANY over on the T-Mobile forums have been refused the T-Mobile 3GB offer because they have bought the phone from a third party.
T-Mobile have simply said it's THEIR special offer to their customers who buy directly. A third party can sell you whatever they like and will cut things like data to appear cheaper than the rest.
some argue it successfully, others not so much.

That aside.. T-Mobile announced quite publicly in January that they would no longer offer 3GB on new Android contracts so how is anyone getting it now?!

Official T-Mobile statement: http://support.t-mobile.co.uk/discussions/index?page=forums&topic=801038d04a790012d528dce9d0057cf

Reload
lozzauk
How would T-Mobile know? This is being sold through a dealer and the handset it comes with is of no consequence to them. It looks like Affordable Mobiles are just using the [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.t-mobile.co.uk%2Fshop%2Fpay-monthly%2Fboosters%2F]flexible booster[/url] for internet which is 500MB, capped at 384Kbps.

Otherwise you would have an option of also picking unlimited landline, unlimited texts etc.


As of today I'm on this exact same contract, through affordablemobiles, and I just phoned T-mobile to check and they 100% confirmed I'm on the 3GB allowance unlimited internet. Basically the contract includes automatic unlimited internet.

Sorry for any confusion!
#38
Well I just ordered off this deal.

Seems really good and probably the cheapest out there. Especially if TCB tracks.

Anyone who has ordered theirs received it yet ?
#39
The deal has got better -again. 500MB -> 1GB -> 3GB -> ∞GB! :D
#40
infinate GB !!!

I ordered mine on Thursday - had a call yesterday saying they are out of stock :(

But top Cashback has tracked and they will be sending one out to me when it comes back - hiopefully not tooo long.

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