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£193.83 for a HP 530 Notebook PC + T-Mobile USB Modem & SIM Card + T-Mobile Webnwalk Max mobility of
£193.83 for a HP 530 Notebook PC + T-Mobile USB Modem & SIM Card + T-Mobile Webnwalk Max mobility of

£193.83 for a HP 530 Notebook PC + T-Mobile USB Modem & SIM Card + T-Mobile Webnwalk Max mobility of

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It is originally 233 but when you use code:HPOPTF it becomes 198.83(code was not found by me)

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HP 530 Notebook PC + T-Mobile USB Modem & SIM Card + T-Mobile Webnwalk Max mobility offer , Part No B530EWNWM24 Normally within 2 weeks £ 233.83

1 HP 530 Notebook PC (United Kingdom - UK English localization) , Part No GH634AA#ABU immediately (51 units)
1 T-Mobile Sim Card , Part No U840151 Normally within 2 weeks
1 T-Mobile Modem USB Key , Part No U840150 immediately (2 units)
1 T-Mobile Web n Walk Max 24 Months , Part No U840140 Normally within 2 weeks
HP Offers (HPOPTF) , Part No 1 £ -40.00
subtotal £ 193.83

total £ 193.83

30 Comments

The catch is 2 year contract with T-Mobile

Original Poster

its a brilliant laptop for only £193.88 !!!!!!!!

Original Poster

cant that be cancelled?

You might want to add that it's £37.45 a month for 24 months.

Original Poster

i dont think u have to have that do u?:|

says £233.83

That's the condition of that offer.

This offer is inclusive of :
- HP 530 Notebook
- T-Mobile USB Modem
- SIM card
when you sign with T-Mobile Web 'n' Walk Max 24 month contract.
Similar deal to the CPW and Orange offers

Original Poster

if u use the code it will go down :santa: :thumbsup:

Original Poster

it says 'when you sign with T-Mobile Web 'n' Walk Max 24 month contract.' i think it is optionable

Also, I don't get why they insist on installing Vista on laptops that won't be able to handle it.

it says 'when you sign with T-Mobile Web 'n' Walk Max 24 month contract.' … it says 'when you sign with T-Mobile Web 'n' Walk Max 24 month contract.' i think it is optionable


Nope, they're saying the offer is available when you take that contract. £900 on top of the price.

Good laptop for a student

Operating system installed
]Genuine Windows Vista™ Home Basic

Processor type
Intel Celeron M 410 / 1.46 GHz

Display size
15.4" TFT active matrix

Internal hard disk drive
80 GB hard disk drive

Standard memory
512 MB Standard Memory

Optical drive type
DVD±RW (+R double layer) / DVD-RAM

Yes def looks like you've to stick with the 24 month contract.. info below taken directly from your link to HPs site.

Part IN [COLOR="Red"]RED[/COLOR] is probably the important part


This offer is inclusive of :
- HP 530 Notebook
- T-Mobile USB Modem
- SIM card
when you sign with T-Mobile Web 'n' Walk Max 24 month contract.
T-Mobile Web’n’walk Max plan:
- Unlimited Internet browsing
- E-mail
- Downloading,audio/video streaming, instant messaging
- Internet calling access (VOIP)
-[COLOR="Red"] Contract: 24 month[/COLOR]- Download limit 10GB
- Monthly flat rate cost £37.45 ex. VAT

Original Poster

oh thats rubbish then good i didnt order 1 yet:D

So you have to pay 37 quid a month plus 233 for the laptop?

Original Poster

not 233 its 193 for laptop

shreyasmorjaria

not 233 its 193 for laptop



and 37 quid a month

You get nothing free, or really cheap, in this life

Banned

cheapskate58

You get nothing free, or really cheap, in this life



hotukdeals.com/for…460

Clicked Cold and Spam, for neglecting to mention the several hundred pounds to be paid to a Tmob contract in title.

Monthly flat rate cost £37.45 ex. VAT

Its worse - it's £37.45 EX vat so its going to be over £40 per month with a 10gb download limit - thats AWFUL! I dont pay over £15 per month for broadband without a limit (except for the fair use stuff). Terrible deal.:-( However Im sure the OP didnt see this when posting. Would have been a great deal otherwise. Better luck next time.

£37.45 + VAT = £44/month
£44 x 24 = £1056 paid.

vs. cashback contracts.
vs. retention deals.
vs. the crazy cashback contracts in the 2-4 week period before xmas.

This isn't awful, this is a rip off.

schizoboy

Clicked Cold and Spam, for neglecting to mention the several hundred … Clicked Cold and Spam, for neglecting to mention the several hundred pounds to be paid to a Tmob contract in title.



How is it spam?

Quit trolling.

Merely abusing the spam link, I never said it WAS spam, just such a horrible deal that has zero place on the HD forum I'm willing to click spam to have it removed

I did the same with the O2 Iphone deal, which was taken off within hours of being posted because of me and others clicking spam, then admin posted his import deal

SHOWMAN36

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=101460



Yeah yeah yeah - I can get free plastic bags from a supermarket too but so what?:?

schizoboy

Merely abusing the spam link, I never said it WAS spam, just such a … Merely abusing the spam link, I never said it WAS spam, just such a horrible deal that has zero place on the HD forum I'm willing to click spam to have it removed



That isn't what the spam link is for. Why waste mods time?

One of the worst deals on this forum, voted cold!

dc2447

That isn't what the spam link is for. Why waste mods time?



Because it's worked before, removing ****** deals, mods haven't reinstated them.

The laptops £273 without the contract.
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