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Groupon have got the Samsung Omnia 7 on T-Mobile on a £15 a month tarrif. You pay £28 for the phone. The tariff is for 24 months and gives you
300 minutes
Unlimited texts
500mb Internet

Highlights
•300 minutes and unlimited texts for £15 per month
•Upgrade to £25 per month for 900 minutes and unlimited texts
•Won't charge extra for going over data limit
•Huge UK 3G network covering 93% of the UK
•What Mobile award for 'Best Mobile Broadband' 2010
•500MB internet allowance per month
•Play games on Xbox LIVE®
•In-built Microsoft Office function
•Thousands of apps ready to download (may be subjected to supplementary charges)
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Expires 4 May 2011.
1 Groupon per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Subject to credit check, credit/debit card required. Delivery may take up to 10 days and charges apply. See full T-Mobile terms & conditions which will apply to your price plan and Flexible Booster.
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#1
Phones worth around £300 locked, £400 unlocked.
Topcashback for the £28 phone cost.
#2
why do I feel strangely suspicious about this deal?
#3
ghatch
why do I feel strangely suspicious about this deal?


Dont get me wrong it is an awesome deal, but seems too good to be true
#4
Although you are buying through Groupon you will be dealing with T-mobile once the contract starts
#5
:-)
#6
I must urge anyone reading this to avoid T-Mobile like the plague.

(This is my own opinion based on the horror of dealing with them for the last 11 months, and a horrendous 13 more still to go.)
#7
not that hot :/
#8
Seems good, I mean it works out £148 than that Orange the deal the other day, but I'm assuming this is a better phone as well?
#9
I'm assuming you have to phone T-Mobile to give them the details? Which means you couldn't get cashback. What happens if T-Mobile refuse you (.e.g failed checks), do you get a refund from Groupon or are you stuck with a voucher you can't use?
#10
Seems like an insanely good deal to me. Not sure what downsides there are, if any. You'll find horror stories on any network if you do a quick search, but my wife swears by t-mob.
#11
Certinfy
Seems good, I mean it works out £148 than that Orange the deal the other day, but I'm assuming this is a better phone as well?

slightly better phone, slightly bigger scren and its samoled aswell.

deal is better value aswell.. super cheap. t mobile use orange signal aswell now so thats much of a problem.
#12
What happens if T-Mobile refuse you (.e.g failed checks), do you get a refund from Groupon or are you stuck with a voucher you can't use?
After a similar experience with the Ipad promo they ran a few weeks back i was given a refund automatically by Groupon
#13
Phone is 220 on CEX. The mins/texts u can get for 10 quid a month 30 days only maybe even less than that.
#14
Seems a lukewarm deal - 24 month contract, and as stated you can pick up the phone for £220...
#15
How long does it take for the voucher to come through from Groupon?
#16
llno
Phone is 220 on CEX. The mins/texts u can get for 10 quid a month 30 days only maybe even less than that.
You wouldnt get a brand new phone from CEX.
#17
Don't think I'd leave O2 while I'm living in Manchester... I always seem to end up in places which have zero signal for T-Mob / Orange. (and I'm not one of Fritzl's kids)
#18
aceshigh
llno
Phone is 220 on CEX. The mins/texts u can get for 10 quid a month 30 days only maybe even less than that.

You wouldnt get a brand new phone from CEX.


Yes but also you won't have to pay 15 quid for 2 years, whereas the phones price will drop double in half a year.
#19
Hmm... I'm currently on a SIM-only deal with Orange, roughly the same mins/texts/data for £10 a month (my 18-month contract having expired a couple of months ago).

So effectively, this deal: £28 + (£5 x 24) = £148 extra for the phone over 2 years, on top of what I'm currently paying. Tempting. I might see if I can get Orange retentions to match it...

Edited By: jg6854 on Apr 20, 2011 15:30
#20
Pity its windows phone :(
#21
Also Galaxy tab on offer £15 a month 500mb internet on galaxy tab, what do you think guys?

http://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/national-deal/tmobile/343537
#22
24 months stuck with Windows moVile 7 is a long time
#23
I have this phone. I really like it. Windows phone has a really slick design. It has it's quirks and some things take quite a while to load (marketplace), but this is faster than most other windows phones as it has NAND memory as appose to inbuilt SD.

Build quality is excellent on this aswell.
#24
I had this phone but it felt like a step back after using IOS and Android. It's just too boring.
Sad but true, I like android because of the funky widgets on screen which are informative and intuitive. Also, free satnav helps.

It's worth having a look on XDA forums if you're thinking of commiting to this phone for 2 years.

If you like WM7, then this is perhaps the best of the bunch. Still a hot deal.
#25
llno
Phone is 220 on CEX. The mins/texts u can get for 10 quid a month 30 days only maybe even less than that.

Used goods being compared to new goods? And thats ignoring the fact that the sim only 400 minutes/unlim txt and net is £15 from giffgaff to start with.

Scenario 1; you buy the second hand phone for £220 and pay £180 for the year in credit, after year 1 you buy another phone for £220 and pay for another year of credit at £180. End result: 2 new(ish) phones in 2 years along with credit
= £800

Scenario 2; You take this contract and pay £388 for the phone plus 2 years of credit. After the first year you buy another phone for £220. End result: 2 new phones in 2 years along with credit
= £608.


**granted gif gaff give a higher download but most people dont go that far overboard to justify it**

Edited By: jaybear88 on Apr 20, 2011 17:28: .
#26
if i am staying in £15/month tariff - then i need to pay only £28? or do i need to pay £15/month on top of £28.

how does it works? please can anyone explain it. Thanks
#27
By the way Galaxy tab is going faster than omnia 7 on group on,same kind of deal, money wise, I want to buy tab but I want to know your views on that!!
#28
maxz
By the way Galaxy tab is going faster than omnia 7 on group on,same kind of deal, money wise, I want to buy tab but I want to know your views on that!!


I've taken the tab offer, even though a new one is around the corner its at least £200 for the tab without data so seemed like a good deal (and I wanted an android tab with 3g that I could pay up)
#29
tonymcg
Pity its windows phone :(


I was waiting for the first 'trolling' comment. Comment on the deal not the product, or at least If you're going comment on a product, justify your reasons....

I got one of these about a month ago. I love the interface, I love the facebook integration, I like the way you can use windows live to consolidate multiple inboxes into a single account and most of all I like the way you don't have to use iTunes (the only piece of software to EVER make my PC crash!).

I honestly believe there isn't any such thing as a good or bad phone, just a suitable or unsuitbale one, and I genuinely believe 90% of people would manage just fine with a nokia 8210 from 10 yrs ago. You need to treat a phone purchase like buying a car or a computer - if you go just on specs or OS or manufacturer you're missing the picture - that's like saying every mobile on the planet is rubbish if it's not an LG optimus 3D, because it doesn't do 3d.
#30
jaybear88
llno
Phone is 220 on CEX. The mins/texts u can get for 10 quid a month 30 days only maybe even less than that.

Used goods being compared to new goods? And thats ignoring the fact that the sim only 400 minutes/unlim txt and net is £15 from giffgaff to start with.

Scenario 1; you buy the second hand phone for £220 and pay £180 for the year in credit, after year 1 you buy another phone for £220 and pay for another year of credit at £180. End result: 2 new(ish) phones in 2 years along with credit
= £800

Scenario 2; You take this contract and pay £388 for the phone plus 2 years of credit. After the first year you buy another phone for £220. End result: 2 new phones in 2 years along with credit
= £608.


**granted gif gaff give a higher download but most people dont go that far overboard to justify it**



Tesco has a good 250min texts and 500mb internet sim only for 10 quid, chitter chatter and talkmobile have deals for about 5-6 quid a month with 100mins and some data. And T-mobile had few similar deals offered for about 7.5 a month for a year...

I know that the phone is not new, but its mint, and might be as new condition. In fact, I am not saying its better to buy it, I am just showing that the phone is not worth 400 or whatever you want to call it, its on ebay for 250 etc. And like I said in half a year it might be as cheap as 150.
#31
tamilnadu
if i am staying in £15/month tariff - then i need to pay only £28? or do i need to pay £15/month on top of £28.

how does it works? please can anyone explain it. Thanks

It's a one off payment of £28 for the phone and then £15 a month line rental.
#32
fisher42uk
maxz
By the way Galaxy tab is going faster than omnia 7 on group on,same kind of deal, money wise, I want to buy tab but I want to know your views on that!!


I've taken the tab offer, even though a new one is around the corner its at least £200 for the tab without data so seemed like a good deal (and I wanted an android tab with 3g that I could pay up)

I think I am gonna take that tablet tooo!!!!
#33
is this the 8gb or 16gb version?

cold compared to the lg win 7 phone the other day. similar spec and the lg came out at £160 after £80 back from quidco. very little spec wise between the 3 windows phones...

cold sorry.
#34
is there a cooling off period for this phone?
#35
Monkey nuts 2
I had this phone but it felt like a step back after using IOS and Android. It's just too boring.
Sad but true, I like android because of the funky widgets on screen which are informative and intuitive. Also, free satnav helps.

It's worth having a look on XDA forums if you're thinking of commiting to this phone for 2 years.

If you like WM7, then this is perhaps the best of the bunch. Still a hot deal.


Having used both Android and iOS I much prefer the Phone 7 OS. I've had one for several months now and I'm still finding things that make me smile. A great OS and a great phone.
#36
turnma
Monkey nuts 2
I had this phone but it felt like a step back after using IOS and Android. It's just too boring.
Sad but true, I like android because of the funky widgets on screen which are informative and intuitive. Also, free satnav helps.

It's worth having a look on XDA forums if you're thinking of commiting to this phone for 2 years.

If you like WM7, then this is perhaps the best of the bunch. Still a hot deal.


Having used both Android and iOS I much prefer the Phone 7 OS. I've had one for several months now and I'm still finding things that make me smile. A great OS and a great phone.


just ordered one :)
#38
how do i redeem the code? sorry never used groupon before :/ x

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