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T-Mobile G2 Touch

Pay monthly 25 (24 months)

900 minutes
Any network, any time

Unlimited* texts
Any network, any time
(*With Inclusive Flexible Booster)

Unlimited* internet

£25.00 Per Month

"The HTC Hero (also known as the T-Mobile G2 Touch) is a fantastic touchscreen smartphone with enough style and power to take on Apple's iPhone 3GS..."

Key features

5 megapixel camera
Touchscreen
Superfast internet

I have just called T-Mobile CS and they have given me this same deal on a 18 month contract plus 3 months free insurance.
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#1
24 months puts me off as well as the hero isn't the newest phone anymore.
#2
The cap/FUP on that internet would be nice to know
£600 total over 2 years is alot of money...
#3
I am looking for other members opinions on this deal before I commit.
#4
Two years is a bit long but phone is excellent. Using it now to post while I'm in town. When Android 2.1 comes out phone will be even better.
#5
rob585
Two years is a bit long but phone is excellent. Using it now to post while I'm in town. When Android 2.1 comes out phone will be even better.


So would you recommend this phone then?
#6
I took the refurb G2 deal b4 xmas with 100 mins, 100 txt and unl internet for £18pm 18 months. Fine for me and great phone though camera not so. This looks very good.
#7
Assuming online purchase: £35 cashback so really £565 paid.
Take out cost of phone £325 here: www.simplyelectronics.net call it £330ish with delivery, means you are paying £235 for 24x 900mins, unlimited net and text.

So tenner a month really... depends how you look at it and how badly you think you'll want a new phone come 2011 and don't mind sacrificing that shiny new phone next year because you are paying 33p/day (while right now noone can match that on a sim only contract deal, they will in 12-18months) for a very heavy user tariff the price of which is a 2 year contract.

Nothing is stopping you from getting this and saving for a new phone for however many months and sell the hero get newer smartphone later on is there?

Voted hot as it'll meet the needs of many heavy users who don't mind long contract terms and DO NOT want any redemption hassle
#8
I agree, 2 years is too long...
#9
Good phone. Got it for the wife just before christmas
#10
old model ((((
#11
xorti
old model ((((


Which one is the new model then?
#12
Phone is great, the price is too much for a 2 year contract though.

If you need less mins / texts then you can get the Samsung Galaxy Portal (Android) or LG In Touch Max (Android) for £20 a month on an 18 contract = 300 mins, 300 texts, unlimited (3GB) internet and £30 or £40 for the phone.

If anyone is interested PM me and I can refer you too and you get a £25 shopping voucher.
#13
Nice phone, probably the best Android phone available on contract in the UK at the moment, but it is 9 months old. I suspect operators are starting to clear stocks ready for the next generation.

If this was a 1 year contract it would be OK, maybe 18 months, but not 24 months.

T-Mobile should be getting the Motorola Milestone (Droid) soon, and I expect the NexusOne will come to the UK on contract soon. I would wait another month and see what's happening.
#14
should have had mine today with orange but they lost the order. i'm getting 400 mobile minutes, unlimited landline, 800 texts, 500mb internet on 18 months (phone is free).
#15
Shame about the 24 month contract. Lukewarm from me.
#16
I brought one last September, i would say stay away from this phone, ive had nothing but problems with this phone. Halfway during a conversation you would loose your signal, and then a few minutes later full bars, HTC and T-mobile blame one another for the problems. just do a search in Google about the problem with this phone and you shall see.
#17
Brilliant phone/alround comms device. Syncs like a dream to igoogle. Quite awesome. :thumbsup:
#18
Don't think this the good deal. If it is Google nexus one I will vote for good.
#19
Last month I got £25 a month, 18 months contract, 800 min with 3GB internet.
banned#20
I wouldn't recommend going onto a 24 month contract first and foremost. The G2 Touch also has slow hardware in it (reviews said it was slow when it was first released just under a year ago so it doesn't bode well now). I'd recommend you check out the reviews before you commit.

It's called the HTC Hero, Engadget has a really good review telling you all you need to know. I'm not sure that the upgrade to Android 2.1 is going to make things much better in terms of the performance (feel free to rep me if this helped).
#21
boldisbest2002
should have had mine today with orange but they lost the order. i'm getting 400 mobile minutes, unlimited landline, 800 texts, 500mb internet on 18 months (phone is free).


500mb is low for this set..
#22
Superb phone; ignore the fact that it came out a little while ago. When it gets Android 2.1 in March (http://whatnewmobile.com/android/htc-hero-getting-android-2-1-upgrade-in-march/) then it will be like a new phone.
#23
24 months is a bind but its a nice phone.
#24
tornadolphin
I wouldn't recommend going onto a 24 month contract first and foremost. The G2 Touch also has slow hardware in it (reviews said it was slow when it was first released just under a year ago so it doesn't bode well now). I'd recommend you check out the reviews before you commit.

It's called the HTC Hero, Engadget has a really good review telling you all you need to know. I'm not sure that the upgrade to Android 2.1 is going to make things much better in terms of the performance (feel free to rep me if this helped).


After the latest firmware I can confirm its not slow. There is no lag at all now. Overall, its an excellent phone.
#25
Got my HTC Hero from T-Mobile last Oct, on a slightly different tariff (see below) ... and I'll echo what the others are saying ... it's a fantastic handset. First thing I done was flash a new ROM (courtesy of XDA Developers and MoDaCo) and the latest MoDaCo Custom Rom is a real iPhone killer .... fast, responsive, extremely customisable.

BTW, flashing a new ROM is not illegal, and if you follow the instructions you will not brick your phone either.

Anyway, back to the tariff - mine is also a 24 month commitment, but for £20 per month (+ vat) I get
- 1000 X-Net minutes, to any UK, EU US or Canadian mobiles
- Unlimited calls to landlines starting 01, 02
- Unlimited texts
- 3gb Web 'n' Walk but with no excess charges if you go over ;)
- Next day handset replacement
- Dedicated account manager

Before some of you doubters start posting, Yes it's a Business deal - but one that is available to anyone - you just need a referral (from which you will benefit from a £25 credit as well as me) ...

However, last time I spoke to my account manager it appears the price has increased to £24 per month + vat with all the same benefits. Still a good deal me thinks ...

As for the 24 month bit - most networks are pushing these nowadays ... 24 months suits me, it will soon be gone - and when the new v2 firmware comes out (and MoDaCo customise it) it will absolutely rock. I've been running beta copies of the v2 firmware over the last 6 weeks or so, and once they fine tune things like battery life etc, you won't look back.

T-Mobile ?? Well for me, they are great. Resolved the 2 queries I've had within minutes, UK call centres, no queuing (Business Tariff perk I guess) - what more could you want ?

Cheers

Mark
#26
Hi Just been to manchester and 3 store had a board advertising HTC hero on contact at 1/3 off - the board sai=d it was at £21 per month.

Im not in the market for a new phone and didnt go into the store - but hope this helps someone. The shop was in the open bit of Arndale center, below the food court walkway.

P :)
banned#27
so we just waiting for these companies to start the 36 month deals (well orange did)
#28
Worth waiting a few weeks for the Nexus one to be released SIM free from Vodafone? Might work out at a similar price overall, and the Nexus is a superior device.
suspended#29
right love the phone, however this isn't a great deal for several reasons.

one being T-mobile have done a cheaper deal on an 18month contract! I am currently on 22.50, 800min, 600 txt, internet and free phone. Think they called this a megadeal. Worth calling up the sales line and ask for a cheaper deal in a 18m contract

secondly, though this phone is good there are several new more powerful phone outs and to come out. Being a 2 year contract on this phone is far too long imo (depending what u want on a phone).

thirdly u might want to wait for the new Andriod 2.0 to come out first, due in March i think (don't quote me on this) but t-mobile will be later, as they mess around with it.

Personally wouldn't commit to this, there will be cheaper deals and newer phones. Either wait for the new phones to come out, or wait for Andriod 2.0 to see what it does to the phone.

hope this helps
#30
Called T-Mobile CS and they have given me this same deal on a 18 month contract plus 3 months free insurance. I am quite happy with that and the phone is coming on Thursday. That was worth a phone call to get the contract reduced by 6 months anyway.
#31
Far too long a contract for an outdated phone. I wouldn't.
#32
Wouldn't go for a 2 year contract, but it's a cracking phone. A few bugs that are slowly being ironed out with firmware updates, android 2.1 should be a big improvement. My only proper gripe with this phone is the shocking camera, although that was generally par for the course with android (when it came out).
#33
A 2 year contract? No thank you.
#34
There is a very long thread on here somewhere where you can get the Hero for £20 per month, with loads of internet and texts but only 300 minutes. So if you only used around 300 mins like me this is a good saving over this deal..

As regards the phones performance, I really don't think it is slow, and I have it fully loaded. Perhaps it was the previous firmware or whatever.

There are some problems with it - battery life, speaker quality and no camera flash jump to mind. But it is by far and away the best experience I have had that wasn't on an iphone - and there are certain ways it trumps the iphone (some great utility type apps and social networking - less so on the games, multi tasking is better obviously, and I would say the "operating system" as a whole is better - because widgets are different sizes and can do different things - its not just a boring bunch of icons - I also like the whole pull down notification bar thing, its just cute). Oh yeah and its half the price.

I recommend apps for Shopsavvy, Layar, Facebook, GuardianUnlimited and Jewellust - to name but a few.
#35
garbage456
according to the website that also is 24 months, its £25 a month for 18 months


Ahem...

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v696/gk141054/phone.jpg

Opening eyes and using initiative is a wonderful thing...

:whistling:
#36
phone is fab , so many good apps with a few poor ones but i love it , my son wants one and thinks its better than his friends iphone , not bad for 13 year old whos knows his techie stuff, camra has been mentioned and its something i find annoying in a good phone , is below par, but i have thsi phone on three metwork which works outstanding coverage in northern ireland
#37
I got 12month contract £40pm with 3 months free.
#38
morpheus
Ahem...

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v696/gk141054/phone.jpg

Opening eyes and using initiative is a wonderful thing...

:whistling:


I tailored the price plan, and the phone cost £91 for me, (not £41 in your screenshot), for a 18 month / £20 line rental?!
#39
24 month contracts are quickly becoming the norm. However, with phones that have operating systems like Android or iPhone OS, the phone can "evolve" as software comes out with firmware upgrades and new apps thus renewing the phone each time. The hardware might remain, but I would imagine it would still last most people the two years without encountering any desire to want a new phone that does new things when you can download them. Maybe a new battery down the line.

I must look for the good Hero deals, I seem to be missing them according to posts here.
#40
boldisbest2002
should have had mine today with orange but they lost the order. i'm getting 400 mobile minutes, unlimited landline, 800 texts, 500mb internet on 18 months (phone is free).


how much is the line rental?

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