16gb memory2go micro sd £21.99 @ mymemory and 6% quidco
16gb memory2go micro sd £21.99 @ mymemory and 6% quidco

16gb memory2go micro sd £21.99 @ mymemory and 6% quidco

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If changing service or upgrading your phone, Micro SD cards are perfect for transfering data, letting you easily move phone lists, settings and ringtones from one phone to another.

- Versatile: can be used as full-size SDHC or miniSDHC card with appropriate adapter (not supplied)

- Compatible: with microSDHC-enabled devices/readers only
- Dimensions: 11mm x 15mm x 1mm
- Operating Temperature: -13°F to 185°F (-25°C to 85°C)
- Storage Temperature: -40°F to 185°F (-40°C to 85°C)

5 Years

* Class 2

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Good price.

Very good price, shame about it being a class 2 card though.

Any better offers out there? Looking to get a 16GB card for the summer holiday

Anyone know if this works in a Sansa Clip - I know 16GB cards are ok just wonder if this brand works - since Sansa Clips can be fussy.:roll:

Very good price; shame i bought my 16gb card several weeks ago (for ~£25)

good price

I'll hang on til I can get a PNY for this price or pref less

Good price but looking for class 4 or 6. heated

Good price it would seem. I've an 8gb at the moment in my phone and it seems enough for the time being.

Shame it's a class 2. I just bought an 8gb class 6 for £12.20 at Zoomboits.

I just paid £28 for a £16 gb PNY class 2 from Play - would have gone for this if I'd seen it first. However the reviews at Play suggest the PNY actually is faster than Class 2, so I might stick with what I've ordered...

Ebay £16. Boom baby

Buying memory cards off Ebay is for mugs. I like a bargain as much as the next guy but the chances of getting a fake card are high, and when it dies two months down the line you have no comeback. I just sent a SanDisk 8gb back to Amazon for a full refund, eight weeks after I bought it.

Sticking with 8 gig class 6 until the commonly available speeds of 16 gig card ups and the price falls.

Prices on 8 and 16 gig cards have changed little over the last 18 months.


Ebay £16. Boom baby

Wonder if thats the same bloke (Hong Kong is it ?) I bought a 32gb sandisk that doesn't work and is fake, and he did a bunk - wonder if it's the same "Boombaby" ?
Reappeared with the same name ? Interesting, although i can't prove athing of course :x

Are class two fine for the HTC Desire? Or would it be advisable to go with something faster? I've googled around and cant find any discussion about it so I thought id ask you knowledgeable people

Should be fine for the Desire, after-all HTC supply a class 2 card with it!

However, once Froyo is released and there's the ability to save apps to the card then it's possible a faster card may be worthwhile. Although, that's not guaranteed.

Problem is if you look for a class 4 card you're talking almost twice the price...

Think I'll wait for Froyo to come out and see if people complain about the stock class 2 cards causing lag...

Would like a 32 gig card but the prices are just ridiculous, over ninety quid! :O

still, 16 gig Desire > iPhone 4 imo

If you think about the amount that fits on the card, and how easy it is to carry an extra thing that will normally fit inside the back of the phone - is there any point in going for a class two rather than getting an extra class 6 8GB?
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