Samsung Wave - £10/month for 24mths - £240 @ O2 (+ Quidco!) - HotUKDeals
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£60 QUIDCO! :o

I know its already been sort of posted in a different thread - but this is now ONLINE!

If you go through quidco it brings the total spend over 24 months to a MASSIVE £180. Bearing i mind the phone retails for over £250 - this is a stupidly good deal imo :)

*ONLY 50 MINS - UNLTD TEXTS - 24 MTH CONTRACT*

Remember to go through http://www.quidco.com/o2 to get this price!!
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#1
You cant list it at the effective price only, you need to state the actual monthly cost which is £15....then the effective price for those who do have quidco. :)

interesting deal....methinks will have to take this into serious consideration tho....does it come with internet as well?

Edited By: StevenA2000_uk on Dec 14, 2010 00:37
#2
No - it is £10 a month! For 24 months - with £60 cashback..?
#3
tomwatts
No - it is £10 a month! For 24 months - with £60 cashback..?

oh yeah, sorry. I forgot that you get a £5 discount for taking 24 months ....hmmmm sounds good!
#4
Argh sorry about the crap post mods! :///
[mod]#5
tomwatts
Argh sorry about the crap post mods! :///

oO
Heat added
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#6
The phone itself is only £100 from O2 if you don't want a contract. I bought one for my daughter a few months ago and it's a really good phone! :)
#7
casell
The phone itself is only £100 from O2 if you don't want a contract. I bought one for my daughter a few months ago and it's a really good phone! :)


Not true - this is £329 payg...

http://shop.o2.co.uk/mobile_phone/Samsung/Wave_525?lastPage=/mobile_phones/Pay_And_Go/page

There's the wave 525 which is £130 which is the 'budget' version of the wave - like the wildfire compared to the desire hd kinda thing...

Edited By: tomwatts on Dec 14, 2010 00:52
#8
No way this was £100 payg from o2.

Just bought two of these recently (wife and sister) and paid £155 each from eBay - unwanted upgrades from sellers.

The phone is pretty good with best bit being the fantastic screen and native .mkv playback. The HD recording camera us also good.

Using the Internet is also easy.

Downside is lack of proper apps for the Bada OS. Also don't expect OS updates like iPhone/Android.

Samsung Wave 2 due out very shortly which might explain deals coming out now.
#9
just had a look on the o2 website and this package is £15, could you please provide a link to the £10 deal.
#10
illy1965
just had a look on the o2 website and this package is £15, could you please provide a link to the £10 deal.


Near the top of the page is a drop down menu, from there select 'standard 24 months'. The £15 is for 18 months contract.
#11
Owned this mobile for a brief period.....top spec, 1ghz processor and gpu more powerful than HTC Desire, unbeatable display, energy efficient, can do HD recording, very good camera and okish flash,very compact size.....

BUT it runs on BADA, you should be lucky to find one useful application and firmware upgrade is just pain in the back. I had bricked my phone and so did more than 50% owners....just search on the internet to know.

otherwise its a very good phone and OS itself is very slick and very impressive. but not impressed with apps.
#12
Norse
illy1965
just had a look on the o2 website and this package is £15, could you please provide a link to the £10 deal.


Near the top of the page is a drop down menu, from there select 'standard 24 months'. The £15 is for 18 months contract.


thanks for that

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