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Samsung Galaxy S2, T-Mobile, 24 Month, £17/month (+£40) £448.00

andrewduffellandrewduffell

Just spoke to T-Mobile on the phone and I was offered the SGS2 for £17/month with a £40 payment for the handset.
300mins
300sms
Unlimited Data (500Mb I think)
+Free flexible booster (Can be unlimited texts)

It's better than all the deals I've seen unless you don't want a 24month contract.
I am an existing customer, but only for 24 months prior to now.

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    dapp
    300 texts is very little
    danharrison23
    Unlimited Internet (500Mb). How can they call that unlimited, thats what I hate about mobile networks.

    Good deal, but quite a basic contract. More internet and texts needed for me.
    pauldh
    That would be a good deal for me - I guess it depends how many texts/minutes you need.
    setu786
    which number you call and is this offer for new customer as well pls confirm......
    pauldh
    Great phone by the way - I know 2 people who swapped iPhone 4S for these.

    I'm sure that comment will get the hardcore Apple fans going - each to their own in my opinion.
    daindian
    Dont you still get unlimited net and another flexible booster with it being an android phone? Or is that with the old plans!!
    popoyaya
    danharrison23
    Unlimited Internet (500Mb). How can they call that unlimited, thats what I hate about mobile networks.

    Good deal, but quite a basic contract. More internet and texts needed for me.


    After your 500mb is used up you can still browse to your heart's content, just downloading and streaming are limited to off-peak hours. So not as bad as most other providers. Three do truely unlimited data deals very cheap but their handset contracts are etortionate.
    epicvibe321
    Very poor contract, 300min's wont last very long and 500mb is hardly unlimited X)
    psjk
    Could anyone confirm what number do I need to ring as my contract is due for renewal?
    epicvibe321
    I would rather wait and see what the S3 will be like before committing to a lengthy 24 month contract for the soon to be outdated S2.
    andrewduffell
    I called 150 and went to the "Leave T-Mobile" option. Flexible booster is still available to allocated to something, so you can get this with unlimited SMS.
    Sliwka
    dapp
    300 texts is very little

    What?
    szbrozek
    Just got a white S2 on t-Mobile via Mobiles.co.uk (Dec2011) , 300min/300txt, Unlimited Data, £15/mnth + quidco over 24months :)
    bo9dster007
    dapp
    300 texts is very little


    10 texts a day is plenty for most people i`d have thought, heat from me but i bet it for customers with contract about or has expired

    Edited By: bo9dster007 on Feb 14, 2012 18:45
    daverichards
    if you can get a free booster (texts), this could be a good deal..
    brad1977
    Will this phone be unlocked?
    Currently with 3.
    Paying £8 per month for 500mins or texts, and 2gb internet(Retentions deal).
    Sliwka
    epicvibe321
    Very poor contract, 300min's wont last very long and 500mb is hardly unlimited X)

    OMG! What People expect for best mobile on the planet and £17/month?
    wordsworth
    Sliwka
    epicvibe321
    Very poor contract, 300min's wont last very long and 500mb is hardly unlimited X)

    OMG! What People expect for best mobile on the planet and £17/month?

    agree this is excellent deal for the price!
    fmiah
    I got a similar deal on upgrade, £15 per month with 300 mins, 300 txts, unlimited landline and unlimited internet, plus £20 charge for the Samsung Galaxy S2, or £50 for a blackberry Bold 9900. I still have not decided which one to go for yet, offers open to me until tomorrow, so need to make my mind up pretty soon!

    I know the S2 has had some amazing reviews, anyone on here have any experience of the BB Bold 9900?
    MrAndMrsA
    Hold up, if this is something T-mobile are offering you as a current 2-year customer then I imagine that means it isn't really a deal available to others?

    Otherwise, 'loyalty' deals would be useless. Not sure this is actually an available deal. Anyone have any confirmation?

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