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Robotek free game @Android market

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Surprisingly fun game, the slow pace adds a bit of tension. Delete your progress if you spend all of your energy and start again to avoid any future costs. Robots took over your world. This is… Read More
Surprisingly fun game, the slow pace adds a bit of tension. Delete your progress if you spend all of your energy and start again to avoid any future costs. Robots took over your world. This is…
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cheers
Don't usually vote Android freebies hot but this one is actually well worth it. It's probably the best free game I have on my Xoom. I don't like how they twist your arm later to buy energy - or credit - but as you said, a score reset does the job :)
sounds interesting , gonna try it out ;)
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Samsung galaxy s2, 12 months on 3. £485.00 in total (maybe other deals - see post) @3store cheshire oaks

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Cheshire Oaks 3 store are offering 30% off all handsets when taken with one of there basic contracts. EXCEPT IPHONE!! I have been offered a Samsung galaxy s2 after discount £365.00 12 month con… Read More
Cheshire Oaks 3 store are offering 30% off all handsets when taken with one of there basic contracts. EXCEPT IPHONE!! I have been offered a Samsung galaxy s2 after discount £365.00 12 month con…
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I just ordered one of these from orange today!

Mine is £20 a month for 800 mins plus unlimited landline, 500 whatever they are of internet use, 300 texts and the phone costs £34.99 and is being delivered tomorrow on a 24 month contract. I was due for a phone upgrade with orange and when I rang them today to say i wanted to cancel and move to tesco they managed to sort out a much better deal. They could do the phone for free but wanted £30 a month for that so I figured £35 upfront was a much better saving :)

If you don't mind a longer contract, it might work out about the same price or not much more and you get more minutes and don't have the upfront costs. Just a thought!
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Joby Gorilla for Mobile phones [Amazon - UK] Original Price £38 £6.95

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Fabulous product. I picked up one from Play for £10 - Amazon has it cheaper now for 6.95. Good deal for anyone who likes taking videos from their bikes/cars/gliders. + £1.95 pos… Read More
Fabulous product. I picked up one from Play for £10 - Amazon has it cheaper now for 6.95. Good deal for anyone who likes taking videos from their bikes/cars/gliders. + £1.95 pos…
Polax Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago4 Comments
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"Good deal for anyone who likes taking videos from their bikes/cars/gliders"

as you are all aware operating a mobile phone whilst driving is illegal, so yes i can quite understand the Nations mobile using drivers finding a legal way to use there device whilst on the move

GLIDING !!!!!!

i can see the "cardbord coffin deal" getting even more popular
Now listed at £9.06

Anyone who paid £38 must have more money than sense, but I can see a few might think it worth south of a tenner.
I think that item shown on The Apprentice was better.

Probably cheaper too.
i doubt anyone paid £38 for this ever
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Vodafone SIM only – 600 mins + 3,000 texts @ £7.75 (usually £15.50)… 12 months half price line rental

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No redemption, no cashback, just 12 months half price on a 12 month contract… Bargain at £7.75!!! The link was given to me by one of the Voda webchat guys – he told me the offer was only valid ye… Read More
No redemption, no cashback, just 12 months half price on a 12 month contract… Bargain at £7.75!!! The link was given to me by one of the Voda webchat guys – he told me the offer was only valid ye…
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25p for calls made before it got ported over- how many minutes of calls was that for?

Where does it say VAT included on the line rental? The person who I spoke to in CS said it wasn't and my bill backs that up.:(


Edited By: david1274 on Jul 18, 2011 22:16
Just looked at the bill i got charged 25p , your right they should not charge

As for VAT i think its because the first bill is bigger, mine is for 5 weeks instead of 4 so its slightly more than expected

It says £15.50 inc vat per month + half price for 12 months on my account
Ah, well. Still a good deal, esp with the data added. Vodafone's network also a safer bet than t-mobiles.

What do you think about my other point in the last post?
"Er? You should be at least getting some cashback if it tracked."

Nope its gone to £0 and paid on Top Cash Back , looks like Voda are not paying out
deanos
Boo cashback gone to £0


Er? You should be at least getting some cashback if it tracked.

On a side note, I got my first bill and they wanted to charge me £20 for only 2 hrs of calls I made in the one day on their number before my old number got ported over. I complained and managed to get most of it waived. So it seems that you get charged outside your allowance before the number gets ported. Doesn't seem right to me. Is that normal ?

Line rental doesn't include VAT either. Didn't realise that before.
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CoPilot Live Standard / USA £1.87 (Android)

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Offline voice-guided GPS navigation - special introductory price this week only! Build your own personal navigation app. Available for a special introductory price for 1 week only! With CoPi… Read More
Offline voice-guided GPS navigation - special introductory price this week only! Build your own personal navigation app. Available for a special introductory price for 1 week only! With CoPi…
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Just a note about the difference in price for UK vs USA maps. The problem is the map data providers, not the app developers. In the UK the Ordnance Survey and other mapping agencies charge outrageous amounts of money for the source data, but also maintain it a bit better than the USA's cheap/free datasets.

Be grateful the prices have gone down from the £80 (with no updates) it used to be.
Taken the plunge and bought it.... guess I wont find out if its any good till I get my phone back, and go!
Daverobeo
Are these paid for satnav apps really much better than the free google navigator one? When ever I've used the google one its been fine, its no tom tom but its fine


With Googlemaps:

1. Data charges
2. No 3G signal, no satnav.

Handy if it cuts out just as you come up to yet another poorly signposted junction.
Longy
Is this the only one you got or did you get the UK one too? I notice the UK App is called Europe and only has access to European maps. I was also thinking of getting the USA standard app as its so cheap but I am guessing I will end up with two completely separate Copilot installations not that this probably matters (so long as they dont conflict) but it seems a bit wierd!


Just in case you're not seeing the other thread. I bought both. They are treated seperately and don't conflict (as far as I can see).
mb1


I don't think there's a limit. Google will automatically re-install your market apps when your phone is back. I bought the USA version despite not having a trip to the States planned until the end of the year.


Is this the only one you got or did you get the UK one too? I notice the UK App is called Europe and only has access to European maps. I was also thinking of getting the USA standard app as its so cheap but I am guessing I will end up with two completely separate Copilot installations not that this probably matters (so long as they dont conflict) but it seems a bit wierd!
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Packard Bell Dot MU Red 11.6" Ultra Mobile Laptop NEW £249.97 delivered @ currys/pcworld ebay outlet

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Model: ZH7 PC operating system: Genuine Windows (R) 7 Home Premium - 64 bit Processor Type: Intel Celeron 743 Memory Size: 2 GB Hard Drive Capacity: 250 Gb Optical Drive: No Screen Size/Ty… Read More
Model: ZH7 PC operating system: Genuine Windows (R) 7 Home Premium - 64 bit Processor Type: Intel Celeron 743 Memory Size: 2 GB Hard Drive Capacity: 250 Gb Optical Drive: No Screen Size/Ty…
simplyjimbo Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago5 Comments
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Got one of these for my eldest a couple of months back, when posted on here for £209 - very nice basic machine. Runs all internet and office apps absolutely fine - and battery life is excellent. Really notice the extra size from a 10" Netbook, but still very portable. Would of probably held off at this price when you look at what else you can get for that money.
While this is sold as an "ultra mobile" laptop the single core processor shouldn't be overlooked. Although it will extend battery life, you will lose a fair bit of fluidity to your experience depending on the programs that you run.
In the eBay / Paypal checkout bit before signing into Paypal
Where do I use the discount code please?
Clicky

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Jun 27, 2011 12:58
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Groupon App Now available for free on Android

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Groupon features 50%-90% off deals on the best stuff to do, eat, see and buy. Deals are currently available in more than 500 cities around the world, and we add new cities and deals every day. With Read More
Groupon features 50%-90% off deals on the best stuff to do, eat, see and buy. Deals are currently available in more than 500 cities around the world, and we add new cities and deals every day. With
skuk21 Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago9 Comments
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Once you are on their mailing list, you will never got off it, even for email that never subscribed to them.:(
If you go onto market place its usually on the opening page on your phone.
Link doesn't work? :|
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3 Original Broadband Ready to Go 3GB Preloaded Data Sim for Mobile Devices was £20.99 now £12.55 from AMAZON

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this has some excellent reviews as well!! Dropped it in my iPad - worked immediately (after cutting it down to size) Superb value for money - so happy with it . . I bought 3 more! seems a very Read More
this has some excellent reviews as well!! Dropped it in my iPad - worked immediately (after cutting it down to size) Superb value for money - so happy with it . . I bought 3 more! seems a very
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about 7gbp last 1 bought
Bairn59
Having just bought an Ipad I have been looking around for best deal initially PAYG on 30 day contract untiI I find what my data usage levels are. Was about to go for 3's £7.50 1GB thinking it was best starter deal. So very happy to stumble over this, thanks. I assume it is easy to cut down sim to correct size for IPAD?


You can get a tool to do just that on amazon. Really easy to do.
Having just bought an Ipad I have been looking around for best deal initially PAYG on 30 day contract untiI I find what my data usage levels are. Was about to go for 3's £7.50 1GB thinking it was best starter deal. So very happy to stumble over this, thanks. I assume it is easy to cut down sim to correct size for IPAD?
thearbiter65
I got a couple when they were under £7 to go in my mifi, which then connects to my laptop and or iPad. Now, I have signed up for a 1 month contract. 2gb of Internet a month for £5.11, making £15.33 every 3 months for double the amount of Internet. Plus, don't have to worry about swapping sims etc.

QUIDCO ALMOST COVERS FIRST MONTH.
davelfc
Paid £10 just a few days ago, this isn't the lowest price. Wait a few days and it will go down in price. I usually order a couple when the price drops.


Spot on i paid £10-70 a few days back from an amazon seller called GPS i think who was undercutting Amazon whose price was £11.
Wish they would go back to £7 though would buy a few !
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Samsung Galaxy Appollo 24 month contract £5.21 x 12/£10.21 x 12 @ T-Mobile £185.04

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Looks like a good deal, appreciate only 500mb of data, not sure how long this would last? But taking into account quidco cost works out at £105.04. Samsung Galaxy Apollo (24 month contract - £5.2… Read More
Looks like a good deal, appreciate only 500mb of data, not sure how long this would last? But taking into account quidco cost works out at £105.04. Samsung Galaxy Apollo (24 month contract - £5.2…
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I really wish this had a handset upgrade possibility. It'd be legendary if you could say "keep the £70 phone, here's another £300 now go get me an Atrix/Sensation/S2" ;)
Link fixed.

sajnan
already posted

lhassall
Posted twice already, although the first posting isn't showing in the deals list any more?!?

Thanks for these; it's always very helpful to have duplicates pointed out.
I am leaving this thread though, for the time being anyway, as the price seems to have gone up a bit since yesterday.

Make sure that any purchase is made by going through Quidco, to have the possibilty of the cashback.

Edited By: chesso on Jun 26, 2011 10:17
Posted twice already, although the first posting isn't showing in the deals list any more?!?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tmobile-se-vivaz-samsung-apollo-from-5-a-month-contracts-80-quidco-cashback/964833/
The SE vivaz is available too
already posted
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Free 0800 Wizard App - Free 0800 Calls for iPhone / Android / Blackberry Phones @ Skycom

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Why spend up to 41 pence per minute calling 0800, 0808 and 0500 numbers from your mobile phone? Skycom have developed a solution called the 0800 Wizard. This App lets iPhone and Android users call fre… Read More
Why spend up to 41 pence per minute calling 0800, 0808 and 0500 numbers from your mobile phone? Skycom have developed a solution called the 0800 Wizard. This App lets iPhone and Android users call fre…
Spriggan Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago53 Comments
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Great app for calls to xbx lol HEAT
does this cover 0845?
meh.

I prefer setting up a sip account with sipgate.

you get a free local number that people can call you on,
free 0800 calls, cheaper rates to landlines/ mobiles etc

All for a bit of data which most people have plenty of :)
Just tried to use it last night on a 0800 number but it didn't work because that number have 1 extra digit and it wouldn't let me enter that. I am guessing the 0800 number might be from another country?
Looks a great posting and looking forward to using, thanks.
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12 Month Contract Free Smartphones from £20 a month @ Talk Mobile £240.00

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Hi just came across a fab deal with talkmobile which uses Vodaphones coverage. Got myself a Samsung Galaxy Ace free on a 12 month contract with a possible £60 cashback using Topcashback. Also I Read More
Hi just came across a fab deal with talkmobile which uses Vodaphones coverage. Got myself a Samsung Galaxy Ace free on a 12 month contract with a possible £60 cashback using Topcashback. Also I
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debully
talkmobile just dont deliver what they advertise. Currently a 6 day backlog on orders. AVOID!
Orders are usually despatched within 48 hours, unless the item is out of stock. Sometimes more information is required to process orders so you need to check the inbox of the email address you supplied (& junk mail) just in case. If you haven't received your order with 48 hours call 0800 049 4401 for help
talkmobile just dont deliver what they advertise. Currently a 6 day backlog on orders. AVOID!
Great buy for the Galaxy Ace unless 200 mins isn't enough. £40 (minus Ace handset price) for a twelve month contract or there abouts. Tcb or Quidco have always paid up on everything I have purchased through them. If that's the case and they pay up, then you basically get a £200 phone with 200 mins and more than ample texts and data on a monthly buy plan with 0% apr on the deal. A hot deal for the Ace indeed.
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Samme
Why are people voting cold? You'd pay £10/month for a similar SIM-only tariff, which means you're effectively paying £60-120 (depending on whether TCB pays out) for a phone that's £200 to buy SIM-free.

The INQ Cloud Touch and Samsung Galaxy Pro also work out cheaper than buying yourself.


No, not even close.

Look:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/t-mobile-sim-only-deal-600-mins-500-texts-500mb-data-any-other-booster-for-7-76/964964
£7.76 per month. 600 mins, 500 texts and 500Mb data

A lot more mins, and text.

So, 12 month: £7.76 x 12=£ 93.12

This deal £240
240-93.12= £146.88 spare for the phone.

INQ Cloud from Amazon. (not even the cheapest, just first which I found)
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FINQ-Cloud-Touch-airtime-credit%2Fdp%2FB00517LWI6%2Fref%3Dsr_1_9%3Fie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1309090651%26sr%3D8-9]http://www.amazon.co.uk/INQ-Cloud-Touch-airtime-credit/dp/B00517LWI6/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1309090651&sr=8-9[/url]
£144

See: same price, same phone. A lot more mins and texts...


Actually, the deal you posted has fewer texts. And you also picked the cheapest phone of the three. Compared to the £7.76 tariff, this deal is £52 cheaper if you want the Galaxy Ace, and around £20 cheaper if you choose the Galaxy Pro.

If anyone else wants to score cheap points, go ahead. I post here to be helpful - even if it just helps one person - not to have my comments dismissed as "not even close".
Samme
Why are people voting cold? You'd pay £10/month for a similar SIM-only tariff, which means you're effectively paying £60-120 (depending on whether TCB pays out) for a phone that's £200 to buy SIM-free.

The INQ Cloud Touch and Samsung Galaxy Pro also work out cheaper than buying yourself.

No, not even close.

Look:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/t-mobile-sim-only-deal-600-mins-500-texts-500mb-data-any-other-booster-for-7-76/964964
£7.76 per month. 600 mins, 500 texts and 500Mb data

A lot more mins, and text.

So, 12 month: £7.76 x 12=£ 93.12

This deal £240
240-93.12= £146.88 spare for the phone.

INQ Cloud from Amazon. (not even the cheapest, just first which I found)
http://www.amazon.co.uk/INQ-Cloud-Touch-airtime-credit/dp/B00517LWI6/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1309090651&sr=8-9
£144

See: same price, same phone. A lot more mins and texts...
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3 Mobile: 1 month contract £22.97 but cashback of £24.24 ie Get paid £1.97 to take out 3 mobile broadband for a month

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I was searching for mobile broadband earlier to tide us over until our proper year long contract starts and came across this. In total it comes to £22.97 When you go through topcashback you get £2… Read More
I was searching for mobile broadband earlier to tide us over until our proper year long contract starts and came across this. In total it comes to £22.97 When you go through topcashback you get £2…
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Well it's just over a month later. Cashback has tracked, Mobile contract was cancelled the day it was plugged in (using the 3 sim in our mobiles so the call was free).
It took around 30 minutes and they obviously tried to keep us by offering £11 per month instead of 15. We took them up on that, then continued the cancellation.
Oh and we got 3.2mb solidly, which for mobile broadband I was happy with.

So all in all:
Assuming cashback becomes payable we'll end up £13 up, cancelled for free with no hassle, didn't get tied into extra months and had reliable internet for the week we were waiting for our cable installation.

Everyone is entitled to their own opinions but as the last few people said, some people were being un neccesarily harsh.
Hot, if you need temp mobile broadband then this is a good deal.
I use their mobile broadband and have had no issues with it at all (Aberdeen, train journey, some poky wee Ayrshire village).

I think, OP, that this is such a cold deal because many do not like 3, although I wonder how many have tried it and how many have heard from others...
joeybutterface
Have fun cancelling before your month is up. Their Indian-based customer service centre is horrendous. I sure as hell wouldn't want the hassle for £1.97 and a month of flaky mobile broadband access.


When I called and chose retentions 6 months ago actually got a British call centre, and they offered me a sweet deal so still with 3 for mobile broadband and isn't flaky at all -- far better than Orange in my area. Get 5-6Mbps which is on par with the BT DSL line I have.
joeybutterface
Have fun cancelling before your month is up. Their Indian-based customer service centre is horrendous. I sure as hell wouldn't want the hassle for £1.97 and a month of flaky mobile broadband access.

pete_l
joeybutterface
Have fun cancelling before your month is up. Their Indian-based customer service centre is horrendous. I sure as hell wouldn't want the hassle for £1.97 and a month of flaky mobile broadband access.
Seconded. You'll be on the phone to them for at least half an hour, while they explain s .. o . . . . . . . . s ... l ... o ... w ... l ... y what all their different options are before you get a chance to tell them all you want to do is cancel. Even then, they'll spend a huge amount of time arguing with you and trying top make a deal. Even if it was for a £100 dead-cert cash in your pocket it wouldn't be worth the stress, hassle and time needed to deal with their godawful call centre.




It took about 2hrs for my wife to cancel and get a pac code from 3 call center in india even tough she told him 1,00000 times that he was not offering a better deal then o2 and even if he offered better we still wanted out he just would not or could not understand why we were leaving. I got on the phone and he was telling me no he will not give me a code why do we want to leave 3 etc etc i told him about the offer from o2 and he still tried to offer me some **** deal for about 30 mins before we got what we asked for crazy never again would i deal with 3.

Edited By: waterloo on Jun 26, 2011 01:28
They took £10 from my account for a top up I had not ordered. Indian call center, great service immediate refund and apology. Good for me even though they had made the mistake.

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Existing Virgin Mobile Customers - 600 mins; unltd text; 1GB data and unltd Virgin to Virgin calls - 30 day rolling contract - £5.32 per month @ Virgin Mobile

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I rang Virgin mobile for a PAC code as I am coming to the end of a £25 p.m. 18 month contract. Eventually put through to the retentions department who offered this deal - £5.32 p.m. 30 day rolling for… Read More
I rang Virgin mobile for a PAC code as I am coming to the end of a £25 p.m. 18 month contract. Eventually put through to the retentions department who offered this deal - £5.32 p.m. 30 day rolling for…
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yoyo59
i got this deal 5 days ago.. £5.32 800mins unlimited texts 1gb internet unlimited virgin to virgin :)


thanks ;0)
My Mrs changed to s imilar deal when it was posted 6-8 weeks ago. For the second month in a row she's been overcharged, I think the deal was £7.53/month, last month she was charged £15+ today she's been charged £20+.

I reckon thy just think people don't look at their bills.
adwozere
Rang today for my Sister as she spends a shed load on her Virgin PAYG phone and asked for her PAC code, I was asked why I said she had seen a good deal on the internet with 600 mins and Unlim Text on tesco network, for £10 a month, he said best he could do was 100 mins and 100 text for £10 per month on a contract and then gave me her PAC code !!!!!! lol that didnt work


I think this deal applies to people coming to the end of a contract, rather than PAYG - it's a loyalty/retention type deal.
Rang today for my Sister as she spends a shed load on her Virgin PAYG phone and asked for her PAC code, I was asked why I said she had seen a good deal on the internet with 600 mins and Unlim Text on tesco network, for £10 a month, he said best he could do was 100 mins and 100 text for £10 per month on a contract and then gave me her PAC code !!!!!! lol that didnt work
Agharta
My contract expires in 28 day so I will give them a call today.

It turned out that my contract expires in early September and not August but he still gave me the option of changing my plan immediately to a 30 day rolling contract at £5.21 for 200 mins, unlimited texts and 1GB of data.
200 mins is a bit low so I might phone back over the weekend and try and haggle it up.
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Elonex -android tablet eTouch £179.00 @ amazon.co.uk

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My friend just bought and its great. does everything the ipad does the new ones that's out and it's on a deal for a month through amazon. Thought it was worth a post ;) Getting the pink one Read More
My friend just bought and its great. does everything the ipad does the new ones that's out and it's on a deal for a month through amazon. Thought it was worth a post ;) Getting the pink one
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Ccontrol
I'd consider buying the Advent or the Archos. 7inch screen, 800mhz not exactly great, when they are using 1000mhz cpu. I'd look at the Archos 70 instead of this. Fiingers crossed its better than their last effort.

Wait a couple of months then look
at the two new Archos G9 tablets.
The spec seems rather good.
It doesn't do one thing the Ipad does - leave a gaping hole in ya bank account for a piece of tat with an apple badge on it!
davester2k
But the iPad Just Works (tm).

;-)


Guess so, but more free apps, more colours... and for less money. no brainer really. cant go on toast and beans for a month just for the apple logo =)
gavjbrown
I would hope its does what the ipad does and more. ;)


Android now has more free apps, so yep.. It does more for less. Besides this comes with aluminium backings and has the option for you to pick your own colours now. life should be less black and white after all!
A little low on Ram but not bad spec for the money. Does it have GPS and Bluetooth?

Edited By: Uridium on Jun 25, 2011 12:52: typo
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Free Samsung Galaxy Apollo + great package - £105.04 @ T Mobile

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Please bare with me on this. What you get is the following: Samsung Galaxy Apollo (24 month contract - £5.21 for the first 12 months, and £10.21 for the remaining 12) with unlimited texts (from a… Read More
Please bare with me on this. What you get is the following: Samsung Galaxy Apollo (24 month contract - £5.21 for the first 12 months, and £10.21 for the remaining 12) with unlimited texts (from a…
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There really are some muppets on HUKD
Is the phone unlocked or can it be.
because many people here don't like cashback being used as part of the deal

personally do not have a problem

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ra2000
Voted hot - can't see why anyone would vote cold?
Voted hot - can't see why anyone would vote cold?
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T-Mobile Sim Only deal! 600 mins, 500 texts and 500Mb data (or any other Booster) for £7.76 a month

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The super cheap T-Mobile sim only deal is back on again! Just thought I'd let everyone know who missed out last time or may want another sim. The deal is 600 xnet mins, 500 texts plus a cho… Read More
The super cheap T-Mobile sim only deal is back on again! Just thought I'd let everyone know who missed out last time or may want another sim. The deal is 600 xnet mins, 500 texts plus a cho…
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DBDB
If anyone wants more texts on this plan, I just rang up asking to lower my minutes and increase my texts and they said they would just give me 5000 texts and keep the minutes the same. No price increase either! :) Oh and they gave me 500 tmob to tmob mins free aswell..

I rang them other day to give my notice in wasnt offered anything to keep my custom even though I have 3 lines with them, think il give them a ring see if I get offered the same deal.
If anyone wants more texts on this plan, I just rang up asking to lower my minutes and increase my texts and they said they would just give me 5000 texts and keep the minutes the same. No price increase either! :) Oh and they gave me 500 tmob to tmob mins free aswell..
got billed £15 by tmobile as well queried it and waitring for specilaist team to ring back
Dave2O84
Got home from a few days away to try mine and surprise surprise I'd been charged for delivery AND the data was capped at 300k.

I rang CS and they immediately credited the delivery charge but wouldn't budge on the internet speed and said I'd need to pay an extra £5.11 to get the speed up to 2mbit.

Coupled with the lack of free voicemail (though I can use hullomail) and the calls being charged to offshore 074xx numbers I exercised my right to cancel.

So what other good SIM only deals are around at the moment?


Well a few days later I got my final bill after cancelling and even though I never made a call or sent a text (just tested the data) they still managed to send me a bill for 1p (probably due to rounding the VAT up and down). I wonder if they'll chase me for it?

I ended up going to GiffGaff and am very pleased ... true unlimited data (at almost 2mbps) and texts plus 250 mins for a tenner a month with no contract at all.
harry4000uk
i rang ofcom and they said that i wouldn't be able to cap the credit limit. they said it was down to the provider

are you guys definitely sure i can do this


I spoke to T-mobile and they told me the credit limit is fixed. I was told on rolling one month contracts it can be changed, however on fixed twelve month contracts it can not be changed.

Thanks ep.
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Was posted a couple of month's ago. Now back in stock. Also Quidco at £6. Minimum top up £10.00 included Read More
Was posted a couple of month's ago. Now back in stock. Also Quidco at £6. Minimum top up £10.00 included
Foolishspender Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago5 Comments
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^^
Ta! ;)
Sorry, missed your post. I will expire. Heat added to yours!!
Already posted...by me! :D
Not sure with Talk Mobile but any card that I have received in the past I have had to call them to activate!!
does anyone know if the top up is already added to the sim?
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Joby Gorilla Mobile Stand for iPhone 3G/3GS, iPod and Other Mobile Devices £8.90 @ FoneM8store/Amazon

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Are marketplace sellers allowed?
Fulfilled by amazon is 9:90.
Can be used to stand for a camera. I had one of this. It is pretty good.
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Tmobile-SE Vivaz or Samsung apollo-£5 a month contracts(free booster) +80 quidco cashback

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hussain_farhad Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago711 Comments
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usy_b5w
I also got one of these deals, and my cashback got declined. I did every thing properly as Ive been using topcashback and not had much problems with them.

Anyway got a response today and this is what they are saying:

Response from Merchant. enquiry unsuccessful - Transaction not completed- order changed, cancelled or returned


Which is not true cuz i havent made any changes.

So what can I do, and how are you supposed to reply to them?


Finaly got my cashback approved, I contacted them via this link, they then asked for my confirmation email T-mobile sent me. After I sent it, they then opened up a ticket in quidco and about a month later got this message:
We're delighted to tell you that your T-Mobile cashback claim has been approved and now we're just waiting for them to confirm your cashback.

Once your cashback is confirmed and received by Quidco, we'll update your claim to "confirmed" status in your Activity Page.


Use the above link if you want to get through to quidco
it can happen, i once got £50 Topcashback for a voda sim only deal I canceled.
soton i think hes talking rubbish i ordered 3 phones and was told i could only get 2 so i cancelled my orders and quidco cancelled my 80.00 cashback for each phone i never received any money.
Some guy claimed to on moneysavingexpert.
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HTC Wildfire PAYG on Three £94.95 + £15 top up @ CPW £109.95

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Cheapest yet taking into account £15 of credit instead of £10 on previous deals listed at the £110 mark. £5.05 cashback from TopCashBack. First deal so go easy! Read More
Cheapest yet taking into account £15 of credit instead of £10 on previous deals listed at the £110 mark. £5.05 cashback from TopCashBack. First deal so go easy!
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The price seems to have dropped everywhere since the new wildfire s model was introduced,which is great as this is a lotta fone for the sub £100 price mark
DDC
Unlocked???


locked to 3
Unlocked???
Fantastic Deal! Hot!
The San Fran fanboys will be along soon so I'll just vote as hot & leave.:p
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Nokia n96 makes u laugh - cat price £799 now 175 - is there anyone in the uk who would fall for that!
Cat Price = Con Price
gratts
TypicalAsianFindingDeals
Wow, a cold deal in the Hot section. That's a first for HUKD:
http://img718.imageshack.us/img718/6421/unledbpj.jpg


No it's not.
Happened plenty of times in the past.

Yeah, but -100 degrees... that's alot.
TypicalAsianFindingDeals
Wow, a cold deal in the Hot section. That's a first for HUKD:
http://img718.imageshack.us/img718/6421/unledbpj.jpg


No it's not.
Happened plenty of times in the past.
Wow, a cold deal in the Hot section. That's a first for HUKD:
http://img718.imageshack.us/img718/6421/unledbpj.jpg
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7" Disgo 6000 Touch iMAPx200 1.0GHz, 256MB DDR2, 2GB SSD, WiFi Black, Android 2.2 £75.58 delivered @ scan today deal only

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Picked it up today and its going back tomorrow! It's useless! Touchscreen is so far off I can't get to menu to fix it! Supposed to come up at first to configure touchscreen but doesn't! Very Poor!
Well I've taken a punt with this. I wanted a cheap tablet and this fits the bill.
I know its a resistive screen - but at this price what do you expect.

Also, for members of the AVForums website the shipping is free.
So for me it was £70.79 delivered;)
It might be worth adding this to the top post Op.


There's a good support forum here: http://www.androidtablets.net/forum/sylvania-tablets/12902-resources-synet7lp-sytabex7-disgo-6000-a.html

Edited By: meggie_dude on Jun 24, 2011 19:35
Some reviews here

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/16255707/Disgo-Tablet-6000-2GB-7-inch-Touch-Screen-Android-2-1-Tablet/Product.html

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Disgo-Tablet-Touch-Screen-Android/dp/B0042ES4OO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1308935467&sr=8-1-spell


Processor is an ARM11 processor rather than the more standard Cortex A8, but that explains the price.

Edited By: ghost101 on Jun 24, 2011 18:14
unsy


Is it worth taking my archos 7 back and getting one of these? :0)


And downgrade from 8GB to 2GB? I love my Archos 7 - for occasional surfing and email it was a bargain!

+1......;)
Heat for the price, but i looked on amazon, and cutomer feedback in relation to this modle isnt very positive, lack of screen response is one of the main gripes.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B0042ES4OO/ref=cm_cr_pr_hist_2?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=0&filterBy=addTwoStar
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Nokia 2730 Classic Dark Magenta Mobile Phone on Vodafone PAYG £25.00 @ PrePayMania

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Brilliant phone! Good price IMO.
smilejek Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago6 Comments
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I've got this phone and it does the job for me, however really hard to unlock from what ive experienced. If anyone has got one of these and unlocked it, let me know

Cheers
Not easy to unlock. Need to pay atleast £10 to unlock it.
sold out
are these easy to unlock , thanks
Friends got this as a backup phone. Feels really nice. Probably the best budget phone to go for. I will probably buy this too if i know its unlocked....

edit: SOLD OUT.

Edited By: J4GG4 on Jun 24, 2011 14:44
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i-Phone and i-Pad Pay As You Go Sims with 12 months unlimited internet for a one off £10.00 @ T-Mobile (Instore) (Liverpool) (Parker Street)

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My sim has suddenly stopped working, anyone else?
I have never had my 12 months free internet with this sim
Just got one from the t-mobile store intown.Called 150 from the handset navigated to leave t-mobile told them i was trying to activate the 12 months free internet.They put me through to CS staff who applied the 12 months free :D
Recieved a text saying i had the 12 months free internet.

Edited By: SilverBlack on Jul 30, 2011 15:42: ........
dga
Got a nag page for FUP at 1.3 GB up 150MB down. No big deal.


oO
It will work in a ipad automatically. And indeed in anything you can fit the sim into and enter the settings.

However it is only allowed in an iphone 4 and it is possible that one day they will cut off all the people not using it in iphones. O2 used to do a similar sim for payg iphones with a years internet, they started detecting cheaters and cutting them off. For £10 its worth the risk to me.
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Cut the Rope [android phones] FREE

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rav666 Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago39 Comments
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When I try to instal cut the rope on my San Francisco, it says out can be viewed because of memory or something but I had more than 20MB remaining!
legal?
Not free now, 62p is a bargain for this game.
Best game ever
just so u know.
the one from the market does not need contact info so maybe this(getjar) is a modified version?
i bought it as its brilliant and there is planned updates free.
It's 62p folks. Support them .



Edited By: ramiuk1 on Jul 07, 2011 12:45: update
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Aiptek Mobile DVD player & LED Cinema Projector - only £58.99 delivered @ Morgan Computers

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The kids
Geemac
lazyfatboy
Decent for kids, but I suspect that at 13 lumens you'd need a very dark room for it to be useable...

So put this and the kids in the cellar :D

They're already in there oO
lazyfatboy
Decent for kids, but I suspect that at 13 lumens you'd need a very dark room for it to be useable...

So put this and the kids in the cellar :D
Decent for kids, but I suspect that at 13 lumens you'd need a very dark room for it to be useable...
This looks good for the cash.
Anyone used one.
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Virgin £15.32 - 30 day rolling contract, 600mins, Unlim txts, 1GB internet usage

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wwbxm34 Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago16 Comments
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Worse company ever!
Retention deals don't count.
This is a very good deal, Hot. I wish those that vote cold would actually take the time to explain why ? Where are these better deals ?
SupaSimmskii
i get this for £10 per month
+ 1 (through retentions)


jimmy10
COLD! i am on 600 mins 3000txts 3000virgin 2 virgin & 1gb data for £5.32 a month after 2 calls to retentions and thats on a rolling month contract, thing is with virgin it depends who ya get on the phone & all people get different offers thats why virgin pish people off!
That's an amazing deal you've got there! I'll have to give them another ring.
Taksim_Red
Somebody close the window

COLD.


why, who farted?
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Samsung Monte Slider (E2550) - £24.99 Includes Top up @ T-Mobile

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I was looking around for a cheap phone for my technophone dad who doesn't want a smart phone. I spotted this bargain only 14.99 on sale at t mobile web site. It's over £30 in all other places. One thi… Read More
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decent price, not to be sniffed at

i paid £39.99 a while back, plus £10 top-up but did get a £30 M&S voucher
Unless it takes sd cards, forget the MP3 player.
cmike1000
I have this phone. Nice and solid, no complaints at all. Excellent battery life, good for radio and MP3s, camera software is a bit limited (cannot zoom into images you've already taken, or do any editing or cropping). Other than that definitely worth it for a spare or festival phone...

Thanks I've just lost my expensive smartphone - no insurance, and can't have an upgrade for at least six months, so I want a basic phone to slip my Vodafone SIM into until I can get a new upgrade.

What's the call sound quality like? My smartphone was awful!
I have this phone. Nice and solid, no complaints at all. Excellent battery life, good for radio and MP3s, camera software is a bit limited (cannot zoom into images you've already taken, or do any editing or cropping). Other than that definitely worth it for a spare or festival phone...
T-mobile robbed my money. They have 15% off deal last time so I bought this phone for about £21 a month ago. However they charged me £24.99 for that!!!!!!! I contacted them by email and noone reply.Called them but nothing has been done!!! Don't know what to do...just dont want to waste time to get £3-4 back.
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I agree with you, but its all that available at a decent price at the moment. 12/18 month contracts are so expensive at the moment, its cheaper to get a 24 month contract, and pay it off after 18 monthsn with the money from selling the phone and then sign another contract. And really do you need a new phone every year? you wouldn't buy a new ipod every year.


If people stopped getting suckered into signing onto these 24 month contracts then that would force mobile companies to rethink their practices. I predict 30 month contracts will become the next norm because the majority of people are idiots.
I agree, some people might look for a 24month contract. I'm on that as well with my galaxy s 1, and nothing will stop me buying a new phone after 12months. It's just not going to be on contract next time, that's all. The deal is still cold tho :D
MacGyverUS
24 months contract?! No thanks...


I agree with you, but its all that available at a decent price at the moment. 12/18 month contracts are so expensive at the moment, its cheaper to get a 24 month contract, and pay it off after 18 monthsn with the money from selling the phone and then sign another contract. And really do you need a new phone every year? you wouldn't buy a new ipod every year.
spam
24 months contract?! No thanks...
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I had the same problem. ebay doesn't have the original stylus. But I found the huawei version (the original manufacturer) stylus from tmall.com (china's ebay) see here (link to taobao or tmall.com
Indeed, ebay ones are not designed to fit in the slot on the Pulse. Will have to look harder to find the original I guess.
ioscorpio
Ebay

None of the ones on Ebay seem to be a suitable replacement for the original though.
Ebay
Does anyone know where i can get a replacement stylus from? Seem to have lost it and can't find anything at T-mobile or doing a quick search of the web.
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Free iphone 4 White on £35 Plan + £65 cashback (Quidco) through mobiles.co.uk (on T-Mobile)

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Comes with 600 Min's, Unlimited Texts, 500MB data & free Wi-Fi Access In most places it's £40 with similar plans... Seems like a good deal to me?! Read More
Comes with 600 Min's, Unlimited Texts, 500MB data & free Wi-Fi Access In most places it's £40 with similar plans... Seems like a good deal to me?!
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cash back is a fraud and a scam! my money was declined and still waiting for a reason, the mobile company(three) doesn't know anything about cashback options and denied having that! then browsing on internet for advice and some forums found that i'm not the only one! looks like loads of people in the same situation without a excuse!!


billcavanagh
Sorry but IMO I think the one plan on 3 mobile is slightly better if you want an iphone. £35 a month (24 months), £69 for phone but £130.80 cashback from quidco. Works out very slightly more expensive but you get a much better contract.

2000 minutes
5000 texts
unlimited data

Dont know if it comes with the free wi-fi though ;)
cash back is a fraud and a scam! my money was declined and still waiting for a reason, the mobile company(three) doesn't know anything about cashback options and denied having that! then browsing on internet for advice and some forums found that i'm not the only one! looks like loads of people in the same situation without a excuse!!

billcavanagh
Sorry but IMO I think the one plan on 3 mobile is slightly better if you want an iphone. £35 a month (24 months), £69 for phone but £130.80 cashback from quidco. Works out very slightly more expensive but you get a much better contract.

2000 minutes
5000 texts
unlimited data

Dont know if it comes with the free wi-fi though ;)
if i was you guys, wouldn't go for tha cash back options! that's a scam from those companies to atract more costumers, i know a few people thaat still waiting for their money, months after they cashback was declined(already waiting 3 months and days before money was meant to be paid), when calling the company they just said they doon't do any sort of cash back! that a scam and fraud that should be notified to Trading standars!

ZedEx
billcavanagh
Sorry but IMO I think the one plan on 3 mobile is slightly better if you want an iphone. £35 a month (24 months), £69 for phone but £130.80 cashback from quidco. Works out very slightly more expensive but you get a much better contract.

2000 minutes
5000 texts
unlimited data

Dont know if it comes with the free wi-fi though ;)


I wouldnt use Three ever again, poor coverage (i know this will differ by your area) and rubbish customer service. Unlimilited data seems like a great thing but it will just allow teathering etc which will throttle speeds of the 3G service so maybe a bit of false econemy there imo.
if i was you guys, wouldn't go for tha cash back options! that's a scam from those companies to atract more costumers, i know a few people thaat still waiting for their money, months after they cashback was declined(already waiting 3 months and days before money was meant to be paid), when calling the company they just said they doon't do any sort of cash back! that a scam and fraud that should be notified to Trading standars!
dannyeff
u can set up ur emails no problem on the iphone. takes 2 secs. only thing tht would worry me about taken that out is next year iphone 5 will be out, mind you iphone 4 is an amazing phone and still future proof i think.


End of this year even, most likey Sept/Oct 11 will be the release of the iPhone 4S or iPhone 5 depending on which 'insider' you believe. The date will be this year though.
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average price
I wonder if I upgrade, would T-Mobile honour this deal if I rang them?
only 96%, most 2 year deals are 100% discount.

I cant believe you thought this was a deal OP.

Get out the thermals...........
con job
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Samsung Galaxy S2 - 18 Month Contract - T Mobile - 600mins/500texts/internet booster + free phone - £30.64 per month @ Affordable Mobiles

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Is this tarriff £28.94 per month every month and 1 month free? Or £30 per month and they calculated £28.94 by spreading £30 saving for one month free, over 18months?
Can anyone tell me if the same 3GB data allowance as its an android phone, applies for this 18mth contract as it does for the 24mth contract with similar min/texts/data that affordable mobiles is offering as well for £25.54. I took out the 24mth deal on tuesday and recieved phone this morning. Should I cancel it and send it back for this deal? Ordered this anyway as I need Two contracts, one for me and one for the wife so I might just as well have both on this deal.
It has been cleverly advertised meanings I had to amend the post but still think it's a good deal for those refusing to take up 24 month contracts and wary about over using data whilst getting good minutes and text allowance.
Ignore that. Deal not changed. Just the way it showed on the page. My bad. Still a good deal and am taking it out. SorryoO
Just checked the deal. Price per month has now dropped to 28.94 plus one months free line rental.
£28.94 x 17mths = £491.98
491.98 - £60 Quidco = £431.98

This is a propper stonkin deal now!!!
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Samsung Galaxy Apollo - £79.90 Includes Top up @ Mobiles.co.uk

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Expired!

The Europa deal turned out to be better anyway.
^^

Standard marketing practice. Lure you in with a low price and then...BAM! That'll be an extra tenner please.
why do you also have to purchase a top up?
^^

I'm not sure if I follow your logic but what's the alternative? If you can point me towards a better phone for the price, I'll hold my hands up.

BTW, this is the cheapest the phone has been for a while AFAIK.
Also the price of this model has been same for again the same period, probably since january. It is like if you offer to buy this phone next year for 5 pound less.. who wants it.
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3gb 3 sim mobile broadband 3GB Preloaded £10.07 @ Amazon

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crazylegs
montana78
when does the 3gb expire. can I use for a whole year if I only use for emails/ebay?


Did you not read the OP it expires after 3 months...Jeez!

no crazylegs. can you do some wicked breakdance for me? I'll play some run DMC :D
fromabroad
can i use it abroad? (on H3G networks of course)

You can but you'll have to put credit onto it and it's charged at £1.32 per MB IIRC oO
can i use it abroad? (on H3G networks of course)
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These days, your mobile phone is as important as your car, your home, or your central heating. Equipped with incredible processing power, modern mobiles make life so much easier, whether we are checking sports scores, browsing fashion catalogues or watching the latest dramas on Netflix.

The problem is that the mobile market is constantly changing and extremely complex, at least to novices. When you search for good deals on mobile handsets, contracts and accessories, it can be hard to be sure you are getting a good price. This buyer’s guide explains how to avoid paying over the odds and how to find a phone that meets all of your individual needs.

Communication On the Go: Mobiles

Mobile phones have become such a large part of our lives, that we sometimes find it hard to remember how recently they were developed. While rotary or push button landline phones have been around for well over 100 years, mobile phones (or cell phones) only began to appear in significant numbers in the mid-1980s, and then usually as car phones and oversized units with very poor battery charge.

Things really started to change in the mid-1990s, when models like Nokia’s 3210 were introduced. Smaller, with multiple features (and games like Snake), phones like the 3210 immediately caught on. You could charge your phone in an hour or so and have it ready to receive calls, send SMS messages and even surf the web, all day long.

Then, in 2007 everything changed yet again when Apple’s iPhone appeared the scene. Launched in February 2007, the first-generation iPhone included radical new features like a touchscreen and the iOS operating system. With more power under the hood, an easy-to-use interface and a much larger screen, smartphones like the iPhone quickly became dominant.

To this day, smartphones are the leading form of mobile phone, but they aren’t the only choice. Larger “phablets” which mix the screen size of tablets with the calling abilities of mobile phones are on offer, along with updated versions of old-style phones. And within the smartphone sector, a complex division has emerged, with huge price variations between different makes and models.

How do Mobiles Work?mobile never miss what matters most

Modern mobile phones work on a cellular basis. That is, the world is divided into cells, with mobile phone masts or booster stations forming the corners of each cell. Signals from individual phones are beamed to mobile phone boosters which then transmit them to a point as close to your target phone as possible. They are then transmitted to the target from a nearby station and their handset does the rest, translating raw data into audible sound.

Smartphones also feature Wi-Fi and (often) Bluetooth connectivity, which enables them to tap into any available nearby internet connections. This allows you to use services like Google Apps pretty much wherever you are, and also to use messaging and calling services like WhatsApp or Skype.

The actual interface of mobile phones will be powered by a couple of different operating systems. iOS, developed by Apple, is used with iPhones and iPads, while Android covers almost every other manufacturer (although Windows is expanding its reach as well). These operating systems provide a way to load up and run apps, help to secure your phone and power functions like the camera and touchscreen. There are some differences between iOS and Android devices, which you may want to bear in mind.

Choosing Between the Different Types of Mobile Phones

When you come to hunt for mobile deals, you’ll find that there are several basic kinds of phone on offer:

  • Basic mobile phone handsets – These ultra-cheap handsets resemble the old Nokia 3210 in that they have no touchscreen, just a keypad. They can make and receive calls, send SMS messages and run primitive apps like schedulers and alarms, but they aren’t really designed for that kind of functionality. Instead, they are a good option for people who simply need to stay in touch, while spending as little money as possible. Popular current models include the Samsung Entro and the Alcatel One Touch. You can also choose between normal and flip-phone designs, depending on how you’d prefer your phone to look.
  • Basic smartphones – Entry level smartphones are cheap, functional but under-powered. Don’t assume that the lack of power is a huge problem, though. Most people don’t use their souped up smartphones to their full potential, and many users will be quite happy with basic phones like the Vodafone Smart Prime 7 or the Motorola Moto G. You won’t get as much memory or storage space and the camera won’t be professional quality, but everything you need will be present.
  • High-end smartphones – This category is the kind that you’ll be most familiar with, as it’s the classic image of a smartphone: powerful, beautifully styled information processing beasts like the iPhone 7 or the Samsung Galaxy S7 are expensive, but crammed with features and bursting with power. Do you really need them? Yes, if you value HD video or photos, want to pack your phone with apps, love fast streaming and want to cut the risk of your phone failing at a critical moment.
  • Specialist phones – There are several kinds of specialist mobile within the smartphone sector that may well be worth your while. For example, the Google Pixel is an exceptional camera phone, beating out high-end rivals like the Galaxy S7 Edge. Then there are music phones like the Marshall London (the same Marshall that makes the famous speakers) and phones that are optimised for gamers, like the Moto Z Play, with a gargantuan battery life.

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Making Sense of Mobile Specifications

One of the most challenging aspects of buying a mobile is the arsenal of specifications you’ll encounter whenever you call up a mobile phone listing. So it’s worth explaining what a few key specs are all about:

  • Camera – When you are looking for a high-quality camera, try to find one with the most megapixels (MPs) and features like automatic focus and image stabilisation, both of which will result in more reliable, better-looking images. Check for 4K video recording as well – as this will be much, much crisper.
  • Storage – All phones need to store data, whether its MP3s, apps or video. However, storage needs vary. If you really need plenty of space for multimedia files, go for something with 64GB and above, but for most people even as little as 8GB will do fine.
  • Processors – These days, you’ll probably find processors listed as “dual-core”, “quad-core” or “octa-core”. Basically, the highest end phones have powerful octa-core processors, which can handle advanced apps and games. Dual-core is being phased out, but is still fine for making calls and browsing the web.
  • Memory – Not the same as disk storage, RAM is short term space that your phone uses to carry out its operations. ‘More the better’ is a general rule (6GB is good), although you’ll still get by with 2GB or 4GB of RAM in most cases.
  • Battery life – A crucial consideration for most mobile users, how long your battery lasts can ruin your gaming experience, put you out of contact at key moments and generally cause trouble. Each phone differs, and some phones with superficially good battery life can actually perform poorly when they are running a number of apps, so read the fine print closely.
  • Connectivity – A vital part of how any mobile works is how it connects to other phones and devices. Good phones will come with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity as well as GPS for more efficient navigation (and fitness tracking functions).
  • Compatibility – How your phone can be expanded by accessories. Some phones may come with limited initial storage, but can be expanded via  Micros SD cards (famously, the iPhone doesn’t fall into this category). Others are better equipped to handle headphones, some have specialist charging accessories and protective cases.

Another thing to think about is whether to go for a 3G or a 4G mobile phone. These are broadband standards that determine how quickly your phone can transfer data (with the 4G standing for “fourth generation”). 4G is becoming the new norm, with far faster download speeds than 3G, but 3G still holds up pretty well (and specifically 3G phones will be slightly cheaper). Not all phones can handle 4G, so if you intend to upgrade your network connection, be sure to check in the listings.

Android or iOS: Does it Matter?samsung galaxy s8 unbox your phone

Yes, to be it as briefly as possible, it does matter whether you go for an iOS or Android device, but it’s not a major factor. Both OS’ are well-designed and easy to use. However, there are some key differences.

One benefit of iOS is that you can run Google Play apps on Apple phones, but Apple services like the iCloud and iTunes aren’t accessible from Android devices. However, this works both ways. Many TV boxes rely on Android software, so it won’t be easy to synch up your iPhone with many streaming boxes.

Android is also more flexible. You can customise the way it looks and tinker with its inner workings in a way that Apple makes impossible. For really advanced users, Android is also by far the better platform for app development.

Almost all of the apps you’ll find on an iPhone 7 are available on Android equivalents (including apps that mimic the helper app, Siri), so there’s not a great deal of competition from the perspective of the ordinary mobile buyer. Just go for a phone with the specs you need, and don’t worry too much about the OS.

How Do You Pay for Mobile Phone Usage?

The way you pay for your mobile can determine how cost effective it is, so it really helps to find the right package for your needs.

Fundamentally, mobile phone packages come in two forms:

  • Pay as You Go – On Pay as You Go packages, you’ll receive a handset and SIM card, that you’ll need to top up with credit as and when required. No contract is involved at any point: you just top up and start calling.
  • Contract – With contract packages, you’ll sign a contract over a set period of time (which could be a year or 24 months). You’ll then receive the handset and a set quota of data and calls/messages, and there’s no need to top up at any stage. Generally, the handset is bundled in with the contract for free, and you’ll be offered an upgrade as new models become available.

Which payment method is best for you? On the face of it, it makes sense to take out a mobile phone contract. You’ll get a cheaper deal on your handset and may well save money on call minutes and data, if you choose wisely. However, that’s the problem. Not all contracts will suit your needs (or be competitively priced). Many people take out a contract phone, only to find that they don’t need the data (or need more).

Pay as You Go is a flexible payment method that may well be cheaper, at least in the short term. It’s particularly cost effective if you stick to cheaper mobiles, but the benefits evaporate fast as you go up the smartphone scale.

One alternative is to opt for a SIM only contract deal. With conventional contracts, your network supplies a phone and call services. With SIM-only deals, the network just supplies the call services, via a unique SIM card. The SIM can be used in a wide range of devices, but you have to purchase the handset.

The benefits of this type of contract can be significant. If you shop around at sites like HotUKDeals, you’ll find plenty of handset deals (and contract offers) that can make SIM-only deals much cheaper than full-blown contracts.

The disadvantage is that you’ll need enough cash to make the initial investment, which isn’t the case when you buy your handset via a monthly contract. Different people will have different situations and requirements. Find a payment method that works for you.

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Choosing the Perfect Range of Mobile Accessories

Mobile phones are nothing without the right collection of accessories, and there’s a huge selection of different products to choose from. Some of the most useful and popular options include:

  • Cases – An invaluable way to protect your smartphone and its fragile screen against damage, cases come in a wide range of colours and materials, with plastic, moleskin, leather, and rubber options all available. You can also customise their look in an almost infinite variety of ways via services like PhotoBox.
  • Mobile phone chargers – Nobody wants to be caught without the battery charge they need to make a crucial call, so having the right charger is a must. You’ll find specialist iPhone chargers, swivel chargers that allow multiple devices to be charged at the same time, travel chargers with different plug adaptors and USB chargers to allow your phone to feed off your laptop’s charge.
  • Memory cards – Many phones include the ability to add extra storage space, which can be a handy way to dump holiday photos and free up space on your phone. Companies like SanDisk offer SD cards with between 32GB and 128GB of capacity, enough to store plenty of movies, let alone a few travel snaps.
  • Screen protectors – Specialist forms of cover that snap over your smartphone’s screen, adding another layer of protection (and avoiding smudges). It’s worth buying a high-quality protector that is specifically designed for your phone model. Poorer quality products will risk damaging your phone and compromising its touchscreen functions.
  • Power banks – Another way to avoid running out of charge at a critical moment are power banks – portable charge storage devices. Pick one that is as small as possible but still packs enough charge to really make a difference. There are even solar-powered models on the market, which could be ideal for long days at the beach.

How to Find the Best Mobile Deals

By now, you should have a fairly clear idea of how to buy your next mobile and the kind of handsets to look for. However, there are a few more things to remember when it comes to actually hunting down the right mobile and contract deal.

First off, shop around for phones with the right specs for you. Don’t settle for deals at the nearest mobile phone shop. Get online and compare prices. Compare contract deals too. You may find that a SIM-only deal and a Samsung Galaxy deal are more cost effective than taking out a contract.

It all depends on which deals are available and the best way to find this out is by regularly checking the HotUKDeals mobile listings. There you’ll find deals on handsets, contracts and accessories – everything you need to assemble the perfect mobile deal.

The HotUKDeals platform features the UK’s biggest mobile retailers, including phone makers like Samsung, LG, Sony and Apple, as well as retailers and network providers like EE, Virgin Mobile, Sainsbury’s, Vodafone, uSwitch and Argos. It’s the ideal place to compare prices and specs.

Finally, think about buying your mobile at the right time. Good times of year include Black Friday and Cyber Monday (mid-November) and the January Sales, but deals can also emerge as new models are launched, so stay alert.

The Cheapest Mobiles at HotUKDeals

Having the right mobile phone is a vital part of modern life, allowing you to stay in touch with friends, surf the web and run the apps you love. Find all the latest and best phone deals by bookmarking the HotUKDeals mobile listings and save money on your next handset, contract or accessories purchase.