Samsung i9000 Galaxy S 25pound for 18MONTH/ 600minutes/500 txt/ unlimited data + 30 pound quidco at buymobilephones - HotUKDeals
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Samsung i9000 Galaxy S 25.00pound for 18MONTH/ 600minutes/500 txt/ unlimited data + 30 pound quidco at buymobilephones

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this has been posted earlier with 2 month free by redemption. This time it is 3 MONTHS free by redemption making it 25pound a month + 30 pound quidco so less than 25quid a month for this phone if quid…
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
this has been posted earlier with 2 month free by redemption. This time it is 3 MONTHS free by redemption making it 25pound a month + 30 pound quidco so less than 25quid a month for this phone if quidco paid.

you get (T-Mobile)
600 cross-network mins +
500 texts +
Unlimited data

Samsung i9000 Galaxy S [info]
• Android v2.1 • 4" Bright Super AMOLED Touchscreen • 7.2Mbps HSDPA Fast Internet • 1 GHz processor • Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n) • GPS with A-GPS Support • Media Player • 3.5mm audio jack • Bluetooth with A2DP Stereo Streaming • Swype Text Input • Accelerometer • MicroSD Card Slot up to 32GB • 5MP Autofocus Camera
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#1
why cold? is this phone not good? or there is better deal out there? pls advise.. thanks
#2
I don't think By Redemptions are very popular.
#3
fotocopy
I don't think By Redemptions are very popular.


Indeed.
#4
KingCampo
fotocopy
I don't think By Redemptions are very popular.


Indeed.


not true.

popular only with reputable company

have had casback deals with both e2save and phones4u for past six years

have saved over £1000 in line rental costs!!!
#5
is the phone good? thinking of getting this phone...
#6
Yes.

This is part 1 of a 2 part comparison

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HODhXCfcf4c
#7
Redemptions are fine if you follow T&Cs and use one of the main online shops... Ive had two contracts each for 3 years, and saved about £1500!!!
#8
Redemptions mainly rely on you remembering to submit claims - if you're organised they work best for you. I have no chance so stay away from them.


Edited By: baroni1971 on Nov 10, 2010 09:01: Spelling

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