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hi at end of my 3 contract and decided to ring them up today to see what they offered. the deal is HTC desire for free 1200 x-network mi… Read More
abdullah1 Avatar
6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
hi at end of my 3 contract and decided to ring them up today to see what they offered. the deal is

HTC desire for free
1200 x-network minutes
3000 texts
2000 three to three minutes
1gb internet
2000 landline minutes
100 picture messages
and £10 worth of international calling minutes
on a 24 month contract @ £28 per month.

is this a good deal and a good phone?

thanks.
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
If you want a iphone 4 its not much of a difference pay £35 per month for 900 mins +£99 for the phone
#2
Snoop7
If you want a iphone 4 its not much of a difference pay £35 per month for 900 mins +£99 for the phone

have apple sorted the problem they have with iphone4?
#3
there was no initial problem with the iphone just a few ppl make noise. They give free bumpers or a case with it now. Which you have to get from apple. I wouldnt get the HTC personally.
#4
Phone is fantastic: testfreaks ratings

And the 3 deal looks good.I'm paying £32.50 for Orange Raccoon 40 (1200min/ul texts/ul net)

Snoop7
there was no initial problem with the iphone just a few ppl make noise. They give free bumpers or a case with it now. Which you have to get from apple. I wouldnt get the HTC personally.

Any particular reason? Seems to be highly rated everywhere by those that know.....

Edited By: deek72 on Aug 06, 2010 22:00: .
#5
il see what advice and feedback i get on here because ive ordered the htc but still have 14 days to return it
#6
as the apple conference showed it was only a very small percentage of phones which had any issue at all. They giving out free bumpers now, then if your not happy take it back to apple and they will replace ur handset or refund not much more u can ask for.
#7
Snoop7
as the apple conference showed it was only a very small percentage of phones which had any issue at all. They giving out free bumpers now, then if your not happy take it back to apple and they will replace ur handset or refund not much more u can ask for.

Except a phone thats ok out of the box? Especially a £500 phone..

iphone-4-problems-what-users-complain-about-the-most

Edited By: deek72 on Aug 06, 2010 22:09: .
#8
lol i can see this getting into a debate. You are rite these problem should not be in a phone which is worth £500. However this problem is not in all iphones and the apple customer care is excellent if you ever do have any issues. I still prefer the iphone to HTC. The iphone only gets slated because of the price but it does seem to keep its value.
#9
Snoop7
lol i can see this getting into a debate. You are rite these problem should not be in a phone which is worth £500. However this problem is not in all iphones and the apple customer care is excellent if you ever do have any issues. I still prefer the iphone to HTC. The iphone only gets slated because of the price but it does seem to keep its value.

No, not a debate I'm just trying to level it for the OP as tbh it's clear you are an avid Apple fan. I'm still wondering why you said you wouldn't have a Desire, given that it's rated no 1 out of almost 2000 phones by Testfreaks?
#10
No i'm not a apple fan! I do have an iphone though. I guess its down to personal preference then?
#11
Snoop7
No i'm not a apple fan! I do have an iphone though. I guess its down to personal preference then?

Sure is. I guess that's why you're keeping you thoughts on the Desire personal.

Btw, where's the iphone deal (£35 per month for 900 mins +£99 for the phone)?

Edited By: deek72 on Aug 06, 2010 22:24: .
#12
HERE

for 16GB Version I think its a very good deal starting from £30 a month
#13
Snoop7
HEREfor 16GB Version I think its a very good deal starting from £30 a month

Yup, looks good compared to Orange deal that's getting hot! I'm confused. Not for the first time though with some of the voting that goes on on here.
#14
iPhone 4 owner here and ex-deire owner.

Desire was really good at first but i got bored of it after a month (might just be me).

I'm really an iphone guy tho, just like the UI alot more than android :)

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