Samsung Galaxy s2 - Free for £25.54 per month(18 months) - 300 mins / 300 texts / 500 MB data on T-mobile @Affordable mobiles - HotUKDeals
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This is probably the best 18-month contract. This will cost you £459.72 before £60 cashback(Quidco & TCB).
After cashback £399.72 which is almost equal to the sim-free price.

I am not sure how good T-mobile is, so I am waiting for your valuable input before placing my order.
This deal is not directly accessible from their home page. So please copy & paste the link after opening the website through quidco or TCB.

PS: I got the link from uswitch.com and modified it to avoid cashback problems.
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#1
trinaandlee
Isn't the phone £69.99 to buy using this deal ?

It is FREE!!!
#2
Thank you , i was just flicking through there site and spotted a similar deal where it was £70 for the phone

This is a good deal . Hot from me for it being only an 18mth contract

Edited By: trinaandlee on Oct 12, 2011 11:31
banned#3
Hot, but not many mins!
#4
This looks really good thanks :)

Will this be a SIM-free version or locked to T-Mobile?

And does T-Mobile allow answer phone calls as part of their inclusive minutes?

Thanks
#5
Seems a good deal to me, given a similar payg price for this phone (total 18 month cost)
#6
Mascherano
Hot, but not many mins!


For an extra £5 a month you get an ipod shuffle and 900mins/500 texts and the internet booster;

Galaxy S2

Edited By: d_dixon50 on Oct 12, 2011 12:04
#7
Mascherano
Hot, but not many mins!

Put it this way. You are buying a mobile phone and paying it in 18 monthly installments with 0% Interest and you are also getting a free sim with monthly usage allowance (_;)

Edited By: ynwa8 on Oct 12, 2011 12:10
#8
d_dixon50
Mascherano
Hot, but not many mins!


For an extra £5 a month you get an ipod shuffle and 900mins/500 texts and the internet booster;

Galaxy S2

Yes but, it is a 24-month contract
#9
I dont think it's a great deal as the plans quite cack and you end up spending £150 - I'd rather buy phone seperate then just go on giffgaff.
1 Like #10
excellent deal, a no brainer if the tariff fits your needs.

One thing though, 3rd party contracts have data download rate capped at max 350k. I got a similar deal six months ago for Xperia arc from same company. Make sure we cancel the 5.99/m fonesure insurance they will give you with it.
#11
Does Quidco / TCB track if you have to modify the link?
#12
Argh if only this wasnt on Affordable Mobiles.
2 Likes #13
Too bad t-mobile has the worst signal ever
1 Like #14
i want one with more than 1gb data and isn't on Three
#15
KieranD212
Argh if only this wasnt on Affordable Mobiles.
what is wrong with them? are there reviews? who does the billing?

If there is no delayed cashback and they do not do the billing, where is the risk?
3 Likes #16
flick
This looks really good thanks :)

Will this be a SIM-free version or locked to T-Mobile?

And does T-Mobile allow answer phone calls as part of their inclusive minutes?

Thanks


T-mobile do charge for voicemail but you can get free voicemail by downloading the android app Hullomail (sends the messages to your phone as MP3s using mobile internet).
#17
Russ2626
flick
This looks really good thanks :)

Will this be a SIM-free version or locked to T-Mobile?

And does T-Mobile allow answer phone calls as part of their inclusive minutes?

Thanks


T-mobile do charge for voicemail but you can get free voicemail by downloading the android app Hullomail (sends the messages to your phone as MP3s using mobile internet).



+1 for hullomail
#18
icstm
KieranD212
Argh if only this wasnt on Affordable Mobiles.
what is wrong with them? are there reviews? who does the billing?

If there is no delayed cashback and they do not do the billing, where is the risk?


They send out your phone and can take a long time but hahaha are instant to take your cash, if you need to cancel your order or the insurance its a pain in the ****. They also have problems with giving out cashback. Cant imagine what it would be like if they sent out the wrong phone or set up the wrong deal!

If you can get the phone and can successfully cancel the insurance you wont really need to deal with them again. Im not sure how they can offer £15 a month on certain phones, leads me to believe they are selling sim only deals with handsets or something.

They also ask quite a lot of questions when you order a phone, id have an easier time getting a mortgage.

They are like pixamania another etailer i would personally avoid for similar reasons.

EDIT: A lot of people agree with me if you look up affordable mobiles on a search engine.

Edited By: KieranD212 on Oct 12, 2011 13:59
1 Like #19
Good coverage as uses Orange network as well. Thanks for hullomail tip, will check it out. Was my only gripe with t mobile.
#20
Good deal shame T-Mobile and less minutes and data
#21
A much better deal here:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-galaxy-s2-18-months-600-mins-500-texts-unlimited-internet-456-48-affordable-1035060/#post12474110

Cheaper, more minutes, more texts, more internet!

Edited By: Jinkz on Oct 12, 2011 14:09
#22
KieranD212
icstm
KieranD212
Argh if only this wasnt on Affordable Mobiles.
what is wrong with them? are there reviews? who does the billing?

If there is no delayed cashback and they do not do the billing, where is the risk?

They send out your phone and can take a long time but hahaha are instant to take your cash, if you need to cancel your order or the insurance its a pain in the ****. They also have problems with giving out cashback. Cant imagine what it would be like if they sent out the wrong phone or set up the wrong deal!

If you can get the phone and can successfully cancel the insurance you wont really need to deal with them again. Im not sure how they can offer £15 a month on certain phones, leads me to believe they are selling sim only deals with handsets or something.

They also ask quite a lot of questions when you order a phone, id have an easier time getting a mortgage.

They are like pixamania another etailer i would personally avoid for similar reasons.

EDIT: A lot of people agree with me if you look up affordable mobiles on a search engine.

I have just ordered the S2 from Affordable Mobiles with the recent three £17 per month deal. I ordered the phone at 5.30pm and had the phone in my hand by 1.30pm the next day. It came unlocked and unbranded - With the insurance as long as you cancel in the first month then you can do it over the phone - if you do it in month 2 or 3 you need to do it in writing. The number gets emailed to you within 24hrs of taking out the contract so just call straight away - I have no pressure sales and a called back 10 mins later to check that it had been done,
#23

This deal doesnt include redemption which yours does - I would prefer the safe option
#24
flick
T-mobile do charge for voicemail but you can get free voicemail by downloading the android app Hullomail (sends the messages to your phone as MP3s using mobile internet).


It is a concern that hullomail are granted permission to 'access services that cost you money' ? Or is this a form of service which you wouldn't use, just using voicemail feature?


Edited By: Matt007 on Oct 12, 2011 14:21
#25
flick
This looks really good thanks :)

Will this be a SIM-free version or locked to T-Mobile?

And does T-Mobile allow answer phone calls as part of their inclusive minutes?

Thanks


I have got a similar kind of deal, all mobiles from affordable mobiles are unlocked...so sim free
#26
Matt007
flick
T-mobile do charge for voicemail but you can get free voicemail by downloading the android app Hullomail (sends the messages to your phone as MP3s using mobile internet).


It is a concern that hullomail are granted permission to 'access services that cost you money' ? Or is this a form of service which you wouldn't use, just using voicemail feature?



I'm not sure about this but I think it needs permission to access 'services that cost you money' as there is a call back button with messages / missed calls that will make a call when pressed (this will charge you if you run out of minutes).

I've been using it for months and never had a problem with it...



Edited By: Russ2626 on Oct 12, 2011 14:56
#27
markb28
One thing though, 3rd party contracts have data download rate capped at max 350k.
This cannot be reiterated enough as none of the 3rd party sellers seem to make this low rate clear.

Good deal if you can make do with the slow data.
#28
freemart
markb28
One thing though, 3rd party contracts have data download rate capped at max 350k.
This cannot be reiterated enough as none of the 3rd party sellers seem to make this low rate clear.

Good deal if you can make do with the slow data.

so if you use giff gaff or someone like that you don't get full speed?
#29
KieranD212
Argh if only this wasnt on Affordable Mobiles.

What can go wrong (this is not a redemption deal)?
#30
dealz88
so if you use giff gaff or someone like that you don't get full speed?
Only applies to 3rd party sales of T-Mobile contacts as far as I know.
#31
Excellent deal - if your after TCB add it to your basket first then follow the link from TCB and checkout
http://www.topcashback.co.uk/affordable_mobiles/ for an extra saving of up to £60.60

Edited By: ABS_HULL on Oct 12, 2011 17:14
#32
Russ2626
[quote=flick]

T-mobile do charge for voicemail but you can get free voicemail by downloading the android app Hullomail (sends the messages to your phone as MP3s using mobile internet).


Thanks Russ :) Not expecting a lot of voice mails but as I'm thinking of switching from l'Orage, which includes voicemail as part of the mins, I had to ask. Hullomail sounds interesting!
#33
Good deal ,noticed it a few days ago but cant decide between this or the 3 deal that was on
#34
Excellent deal - thanks. The fact you can use TMob/Orange signal is a huge bonus for those of us living out in the wilds.
#35
Russ2626
T-mobile do charge for voicemail but you can get free voicemail by downloading the android app Hullomail (sends the messages to your phone as MP3s using mobile internet).

Thanks! I was I little bummed that t mobile charged for voicemail, but thanks to you I don't have to be :)
#36
freemart
dealz88
so if you use giff gaff or someone like that you don't get full speed?
Only applies to 3rd party sales of T-Mobile contacts as far as I know.

T-Mobile have been capping their own sim only contracts lately too.
#37
good deal

Edited By: jonnygrunter on Oct 12, 2011 22:07
#38
i cant believe this is still the price. i have a deal same price as this with 200 more texts with a free fone when it was released on launch day?!?!?!
#39
FTOdude170
i cant believe this is still the price. i have a deal same price as this with 200 more texts with a free fone when it was released on launch day?!?!?!

Was it a 24 month contract? If so, this contract is £150 less - even with the slightly less monthly allowance.
#40
crap

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