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Samsung Galaxy S8 Sim free - Delivery by April 21st £639.95 @ Chitter Chatter
Claim to deliver by April 21st Additional 3% quidco making this £620
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Well there's no real point of cancelling and ordering elsewhere if you purchased from here for the discount price. I went through quidco so under 700 pounds for the samsung s plus when it was 711 without the cashback.

Won't find that elsewhere atm.

essexgangsta

where you going to order from.. im thinking of leaving it til release … where you going to order from.. im thinking of leaving it til release date and seeing what happens with the price


as it wouldnt come for my weekend away im just gonna wait now for another deal after release day

hamster666

order cancelled on a web chat with them. Got a pypal refund straight away


where you going to order from.. im thinking of leaving it til release date and seeing what happens with the price

hamster666

order cancelled on a web chat with them. Got a pypal refund straight away


where you going to order from.. im thinking of leaving it til release date and seeing what happens with the price

order cancelled on a web chat with them. Got a pypal refund straight away

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Samsung Galaxy S8+ Sim Free only £719.95 with free delivery @ chitterchatter
This is currently the best deal around. Most other retailers have this at £779. Delivery by 21st April 2017. Chitterchatter have very good reviews on Trustpilot .
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Jiggy.Jiggy

I am 99% sure that only the first few digits I typed in showed up with … I am 99% sure that only the first few digits I typed in showed up with *'s the rest didn't but it did allow me to put in the full 16 digit code. Unlocked the phone in the first attempt.On another note, I don't know why we were provided with locked phones. My phone has the EE app preinstalled so it's obviously part of the stock on EE they have had since last week when we were actually meant to receive our phones.


Thanks for that. Im away till tomorrow now but I will try the code when I get back. Hopefully it will work for me.

Have you guys ordered a case for the phone? I know it's a bit pointless of keeping something so good looking in a case. But I don't want to damage it by dropping it. I feel a case will at least give it a bit more grip to hold on to. This phone is so slippery.

I've seen cases come and go on Amazon, and missed out on one particular one which was really slim and showed the phone off really well. I've gone for a Spigen thin case, but looking at others too.

hamster666

as i enter first 8 digits the number is displayed briefly before changing … as i enter first 8 digits the number is displayed briefly before changing to the asterix. as i enter the 9th digit no new numbers are displayed so im unaware if any other digits are being entered. i havent actually tried entering and confirming as i was worried about further locking the phone. when u entered you code did you have "enter sim network unlock code" message displayed? or was it something else? also did u unlock it on your first attempt?



I am 99% sure that only the first few digits I typed in showed up with *'s the rest didn't but it did allow me to put in the full 16 digit code. Unlocked the phone in the first attempt.

On another note, I don't know why we were provided with locked phones. My phone has the EE app preinstalled so it's obviously part of the stock on EE they have had since last week when we were actually meant to receive our phones.

maciejkopec08

Only had 1 code sent and the manager quickly provided me with the second … Only had 1 code sent and the manager quickly provided me with the second one. Very pleasant to deal with and their twitter team were very helpful throughout this experience as well so ill definitely be using them again. Did you get Haribo sweets with the phone as well??? Unfortunately I need to wait til I finish work to open up the box as well as I'm about to head out



I did get the Haribo sweets. Also only got one 16 digit code. The phone is just gorgeous Looks so sleek

maciejkopec08

Mine was 16 and had to use all 16....strange that you couldn't.


as i enter first 8 digits the number is displayed briefly before changing to the asterix. as i enter the 9th digit no new numbers are displayed so im unaware if any other digits are being entered. i havent actually tried entering and confirming as i was worried about further locking the phone. when u entered you code did you have "enter sim network unlock code" message displayed? or was it something else? also did u unlock it on your first attempt?
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EE SIM-Only 2GB/unlimited/unlimited at Chitter Chatter £14.99pm = £179.88 (possibly £36 cashback)
Chitter Chatter is selling EE SIM Only, with unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB 4G data for effective 14.99. You pay £17.99 a month, and they provide you with £3 cashback to your bank accoun… Read more
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slaha11

​ how? an offer? a retention deal?



I'd say it was. I rang ee for a sim only and they quoted me £21.99 with only 4gb

slaha11

​ did you check the Giffgaff data speed?



​Giffgaff shouldn't bother offering data, such a poor offering

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aLV426

Cold because GiffGaff do 4Gb for £15 on a 30 day contract...



​ did you check the Giffgaff data speed?

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danfr

I have 18gb, unlimited mins and texts for £15.99. Directly from EE.



​ how? an offer? a retention deal?

I have 18gb, unlimited mins and texts for £15.99. Directly from EE.
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Huawei Nexus 6P SIM Free £389.99 @ Chitter Chatter (£9.75 Quidco)
So £380.24 after Quidco which makes this the lowest price I have seen apart from Chinese imports of the phone. Unlocked too where the previous offer was locked to EE. A lot of phone. 5.7" AMOLED capa… Read more
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callagc

will this work in bolton?



Not until Bolton gets electricity I'm afraid

will this work in bolton?

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Before new version of Android "Android Oreo will improve everything". After new version of Android "ANDROID OREO RUINED MY PHONE!"

pc_tech86

Touchwiz, no thanks



Touchwiz has improved a lot according to reviews. I'm happy with my 6p though, and Android N will only improve matters.

any issues with ordering a Chinese import one?
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Samsung Galaxy S6 (32GB) Sim-Free - £364.95 Was £399.99 @ chitterchatter
Sim-free 5.1" Super AMOLED display with Quad HD resolution Android 5 Lollipop Operating System 16 megapixels Rear Camera, Dual LED Flash 4K video recording 5MP front facing camera Processor: Octa cor… Read more
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daveskezza

​Made me move Way from Samsung, St might get me back though



Please enlighten us as to which phone you purchased that has an amazing battery life? (and isn't 10+ years old)

jh787

Yep...They all want it cheaper.But they definitely want it



​Made me move Way from Samsung, St might get me back though

jh787

Yep...They all want it cheaper.But they definitely want it



​That's all I said it's a good sub £100 phone, but probably the worst phone I've had

daveskezza

​Looks like others agree



Yep...They all want it cheaper.

But they definitely want it

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daveskezza

​Looks like others agree



views are views and can be subjective as opposed to objective and views and experiences also sway based on several factors - bias, faulty items etc ...but the price an item is selling shows its worth otherwise the price will plummet..
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HTC A9 £339.95 @ chitterchatter
5" AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors Corning Gorilla Glass 4 Protection Android OS, v6.0 (Marshmallow) Quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 & quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53 microSD, up to 200 GB 16 … Read more
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With HTC's customers service and particularly their repair service being the way it is...well disappointing to say the least! I don't believe they can carry on for long if they are expecting to charge premium prices for less then premium service and in this case a less then premium handset.

waynehardy

giffgaff got it for £250 http://www.giffgaff.co.uk[/url] so cold from me



I can only see it for £299?

giffgaff got it for £250 http://www.giffgaff.co.uk[/url] so cold from me

with nexus 5x being 300 and 6p being 414 this is super cold. also htc is practically a dead company.

for the specs of this phone (mid range) it needs to be sub £300 maybe £250.
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LG G Flex 2 SIM Free £199.99 @ Chitter Chatter (£5/3% Quidco)
As there is some love for this phone today, I thought I would provide an alternative option at a lower cost, for those who don't use Rakuten points this would seem like a slightly better option. There… Read more
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hatton420



Thanks for the picture.

£11 well spent. Looks so much better than the grey.

Masteryates

How does it look with the Grey buttons?



http://i63.tinypic.com/mr6y2o.jpg

hatton420

No not really, for an official back cover it's not bad. It's self healing … No not really, for an official back cover it's not bad. It's self healing for light scratches ..



How does it look with the Grey buttons?

Masteryates

Yes, its a lot of money for a piece of plastic isn't it? Also annoying … Yes, its a lot of money for a piece of plastic isn't it? Also annoying that you are still stuck with grey buttons.



No not really, for an official back cover it's not bad. It's self healing for light scratches ..

dahat

No storage issues...nice 128GB card in mine


I've got a 64GB card in mine, the internal storage is just hovering above 4GB with a few basic apps installed, that's why it needs the Marshmallow update
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Unlimited Calls & Text 2GB data £15.99 (£191.88) EE 12mth Sim Only (£12.99 / £155.88 after cashback) - Chitter Chatter
Saw this in the window of Chitter Chatter today. I believe you get £36.00 autocashback with this offer. Bringing the price down to £12.99 a month over the 12 months Not be as good as the one poste… Read more
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jackthabiskit

the cashback discount is applied to your monthly bills apparently … the cashback discount is applied to your monthly bills apparently bringing it down from 15.99 to 12.99


Thats not too bad then...
I've used Chitter Chatter before they are good

the cashback discount is applied to your monthly bills apparently bringing it down from 15.99 to 12.99

if you are already with EE/orange/tmobile you can get this for £12.99 without having to do the cash back

can you include cashback in a price op? i dont think you can.

Slightly better deal already posted where you also get £95 Amazon voucher
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SIM FREE 4G Kestrel phone From EE £89.99 at @ chitterchatter
SIM FREE 4G Kestrel phone From EE £89.99 at www.chitterchatter.co.uk/ Features 4.5" Touch Screen Quad Core processor CPU speed 1200.0 MHz 8 GB Internal Memory, microSD Slot 5 MP… Read more
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kestrel much better

how does this compare to the orange San Diego?

mcseguy

Unlocked and SIM free are two terms used to describe phones that are not … Unlocked and SIM free are two terms used to describe phones that are not provided with a SIM card. The major difference is that unlocked phones have had any restrictions removed so that they can work with any network, whereas SIM free phones are simply not provided with a SIM card and they may or may not be tied to a network. Unlocked phones may still have the original network’s branding and menu system, which can affect functionality, and they are often older than SIM free models. SIM free phones often have the manufacturer’s menu system and may be available in the latest models. Being tied to a network can reduce the cost of a handset, while SIM free phones can be expensive if they are not linked to a network. Phones may be described as both unlocked and SIM free, and these can be used on any network.http://www.ebay.co.uk/gds/What-Are-the-Differences-Between-Unlocked-and-SIM-Free-Mobiles-and-Smartphones-/10000000177589819/g.html



ebays definition - as a 2nd hand marketplace - is likely to be a little different to that of a new stock retailer. on ebay 'sim free' could indeed mean 'my old phone but i'm keeping the sim' This is hardly likely to apply to a new stock retailer.

though ebay show themselves up in 2nd paragraph - "sim free phones .... may be older than sim free phones"
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ja686

Is that not the same thing?



No, sim free could mean the phone gets locked to the network of the first sim. Unlocked doesnt

This is a re-badged Ascend G535 by the looks of it - rather than an Ascend G6 (as someone mentioned earlier).

I'm also considering the similarly-priced (£96) Ascend P6, which compares favourably to the G535 (or this Kestrel offering) except for the 4G support perhaps. I don't need 4G, so the P6 is looking like the best of the lot (sorry, don't like the Moto G design).

This compared to the P6: gsmarena.com/com…hp3?idPhone1=5467&idPhone2=6678

£96 P6 offer: Hauwei Ascend P6 2GB RAM 8GB ROM £96 @ O2

4.2 of P6 also upgradeable to 4.4.2 KK: http://huaweinews.com/2014/06/ascend-p6-b510-official/

Free unlock code for P6 obtained by schnecker from O2 in the other thread.

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P.S. And of course there's this one to consider too:
HTC Desire 610 (4G) £99 on Pay as you go @ Vodafone
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Chitter Chatter SIM only 4G EE 12 Months Unlimited Texts/Calls 2GB Data £15.99 pm / £12.47 p/m after Cashback
Seems like quite a good deal if the Cashback works out. Hope this helps someone. Chitter Chatter 12 Month SIM Unlimited Texts - Calls + 2GB 4G Data. £15.99 p/m -£15.99 auto cashback =£14.66 p/m -£2… Read more
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What happened with you use up the 4G, do they charge you for more?

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ehosin

you can get the same SIM only deal direct from EE for the same price … you can get the same SIM only deal direct from EE for the same price (£15.99/month) with more cash back (£45 quidco) making it slightly cheaper at £12.24 a month - the added benefits being (1) EE Wednesdays, and (2) being able to deal with EE directly should there be any issues


Pretty good. Get it posted.

ehosin

you can get the same SIM only deal direct from EE for the same price … you can get the same SIM only deal direct from EE for the same price (£15.99/month) with more cash back (£45 quidco) making it slightly cheaper at £12.24 a month - the added benefits being (1) EE Wednesdays, and (2) being able to deal with EE directly should there be any issues



You get EE Wednesdays wherever you buy EE from.

you can get the same SIM only deal direct from EE for the same price (£15.99/month) with more cash back (£45 quidco) making it slightly cheaper at £12.24 a month - the added benefits being (1) EE Wednesdays, and (2) being able to deal with EE directly should there be any issues

voted hot!
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Iphone 5 16gb (Black or White) 12 month contract - £299 upfront and £21 a month - Unlimited Minuted - Unlimited texts - Unlimited Data - Total £551 @ Chitter Chatter
Seems a really good price for 12 month contract and allowances seem good, there's also possibility of £40 cashback if you go through topcashback which would make it even better. Ordered before and al… Read more
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Hi,

I was wondering if anyone that purchased this deal and went through topcashback or quidco have received there cashback?

I'm having trouble claiming the cashback as chitter chatter have been coming up with various excuses for not paying, firstly saying that the transaction wasn't eligible for cashback to which I showed it was and then saying that it was a sim only purchase so only eligible for £1 cashback to which i'm disputing through topcashback.

I would have still bought the deal if the cashback wasn't available but I just really don't like the way chitterchatter have conducted themselves and which in turn has made me want to dispute it even more. Any of your experiences relating to cashback would be good to know, I wish I had screenshots of the purchase page but now I know for the future!

Thanks!

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Received mine today, all seems good. Ios seems pretty smooth and easy to use which is good, was thinking probably should have watched a review or read a bit about apple but worth the gamble, I like it! Main thing is no more top up vouchers for a while!

jamesjamesjamesjamesjames

Was that for this coming Thursday? Or for Thursday just gone?I had one … Was that for this coming Thursday? Or for Thursday just gone?I had one for last Thursday and then after waiting in until 1 o clock I realised they'd emailed on the morning saying upto another 7 days :(. Definitely wouldnt have purchased if knew this delay would happen.



This Thursday. I'll update again on Thursday.

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Cottontail

I received an email (went to my junk folder BTW) saying I'll receive the … I received an email (went to my junk folder BTW) saying I'll receive the phone on Thursday before 1 pm.


Was that for this coming Thursday? Or for Thursday just gone?
I had one for last Thursday and then after waiting in until 1 o clock I realised they'd emailed on the morning saying upto another 7 days :(. Definitely wouldnt have purchased if knew this delay would happen.

I received an email (went to my junk folder BTW) saying I'll receive the phone on Thursday before 1 pm.
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4G EE Sim Only Contract Unlimited mins, texts and 500MB data now £15 per month @ Chitter Chatter
So Chitter Chatter (a T-Mobile merchant seller) are offering EE’s 4G sim only contract for £15 p/m when EE themselves sell this for £21 p/m. So that’s a total of £72 savings. You will be charged £21 p… Read more
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I disagree on the no point part of it. I may work for them but I'm honest and upfront. Nobody is forced to buy it, but for someone like myself the sim only offers me good value. The point is it is good or bad dependant on each individuals use.

Crazygooner1

A lot of you guys are missing the point here. I work for EE, 4G doesn't … A lot of you guys are missing the point here. I work for EE, 4G doesn't mean you use more data. It just means that everything is quicker. If you want to download via 4G then you need more allowance. For someone like myself who only browses, uses social networking with downloads now and then from the play store and enjoys a quick experience, 500mb is more than adequate. 4G doesn't use more data. It makes things faster. You're allowance is dependant on what you're using it for. Good deal but before I worked for a mobile company I also had problems with Chitter chatter. So I'd avoid because of that.



Every activity you mention is fine with 3G, there is really little advantage to faster speeds for browsing and facebook etc.

The point in 4G is if you are streaming HD video, downloading apps, torrenting etc - data intensive activities.
And yet they only give you 500mb.

It makes zero sense. Zero.

Crazygooner1

It just means that everything is quicker.


Or in other words just puts it back up to the speeds EE used to provide on their 3G, before they started secretly throttling it.

If you can get 10-26Mb/s with 3G on Three, then 4G will most likely be a waste of time if you are not going to be streaming multimedia or similar. For most other static websites the speed bottleneck is most likely going to be the server and a faster connection will make no difference. For my online banking my phone is just as quick to use as my home connection although the latter is much faster on paper.

Rimi

+1Avoid!

hate casbacks.............. all a wast
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iPhone 5 16GB. Handset £89, £26 p/m, unlimited data & texts 500 mins. T-Mobile @ Chitter Chatter
iPhone 5 16GB for £26 per month. £89 up front. Total cost over 24 months = £714. Less £10.10 Cashback via TopCashback. Phone is on t-mobile bought via Chitter Chatter. Unlimited data and texts, 500 … Read more
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News is that T-mobile will be increasing prices again soon

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Unlimited data too. It seems to be the best deal around at the moment (lowest total cost).

actually a pretty good deal! shouldn't be getting cold votes - £26 a month for Iphone 5 - not many places you'll see that!
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iPhone 5. Free handset. £31 p/m. Unlimited Data & texts. 1000 mins. T-mobile via Chitter Chatter
iPhone 5 on t-mobile with unlimited data, texts and 1000 mins via Chitter Chatter. £10.10 Cashback avail through TopCashback. £31 per month, 24 months = £744 total
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How can you get top cashback if this is an hidden deal?

how do you get the top cash back to work?

imsofly

There you guys, you can't buy this phone right now as you "must" wait 2-3 … There you guys, you can't buy this phone right now as you "must" wait 2-3 weeks cause his uncle said.



Buy it know, I dont care... Just wanted to share hukd, either way prices will drop soon.

Banned

Really good deal, tempted.

shuwaz

LOL, the picture paints a thousand words! But none of them being, buy a … LOL, the picture paints a thousand words! But none of them being, buy a brand new iPhone 5 from them.



Maybe not for you,and thats OK as I buy there and sell with good profit else were. You can buy direct from Apple. Or tie in for 24 months contract.
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Might go for this, does anyone know if I can upgrade my current contract via the website? Also is it truly unlimited or will it be browse only after 1GB of usage

thanks

BargainHunter108

When will people stop voting cold for cashback deals(Unless it is from … When will people stop voting cold for cashback deals(Unless it is from supplier who are known to be bad with cashbacks). I have on my 14th contract with e2save. Lost only one cheque when they had just a month to send the bill way back in 2007. Now it is easier than buying a bread. You can send the bill thru email and there are 2 months to do it.

The more popular it is, the least likely it is to work.

Rimi

It is £21 a month actually. Cashback involved,thats why it is cold.


When will people stop voting cold for cashback deals(Unless it is from supplier who are known to be bad with cashbacks). I have on my 14th contract with e2save. Lost only one cheque when they had just a month to send the bill way back in 2007. Now it is easier than buying a bread. You can send the bill thru email and there are 2 months to do it.

16.00 a month simo from t-mobile direct plus 60.60 tcb... so this is very cold

Still a good deal as the cashback is direct.
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Sony Xperia P - Buy One Get Two Free on £36/m plan @ Chitter Chatter
Just spotted on chitter chatter website. 3 phones on 36/month. 24 Month Contract 2000 Minutes Unlimited Data Unlimited Text Unlimited T-Mobile minutes However Unlike 'The One Plan' by 3 Tethering i… Read more
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Jellycream,care to point out where the xperia p could be had for £120?Cos at that price I,LL get another for myself.The one I bought was a gift.Or are you just trolling

They've been around for about 18 years, but if you want customer service from them, you're not likely to be very happy. Great deals, that's how they get their volume sales.

Bear Bargains

I eventually got my xperia p after having to send proof of purchase as … I eventually got my xperia p after having to send proof of purchase as they couldn,t find my order!I paid via paypal as I was dubious about them but it's still the cheapest by far at 149.99 so although the deal might be good just don't expect any customer service if you need it.


Yup, that may be the summary of Chitterchatter: great deals; poor CS.
Loving my new Experia P from them... £20 credit on the SIM, and £6.00 Quidco, and it's a lovely phone...

Banned

Your paying £864 over two years for three phones that can be had elsewhere for £120, total of £360.

That means you are paying £504, the equivalent of £21 a month for the 'The One Plan' by 3.

I eventually got my xperia p after having to send proof of purchase as they couldn,t find my order!I paid via paypal as I was dubious about them but it's still the cheapest by far at 149.99 so although the deal might be good just don't expect any customer service if you need it.
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Sim Only 12 Month contract - Unlimited Calls, Texts and Data! T- Mobile through Chiiter Chatter. Amazing price
Ok, so it's my first post so please feel free to set fire to my grandmother and call me an assortment of silly names. Seems like a pretty good deal to me..Unlimited everything for £15.50 a month, I … Read more
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A little late to this thread..

When you sign up you have to sign up for a pre-paid card and the cashback is paid to you on that. You can then use the card as you would any other card which, I presume, includes drawing the cash out from an ATM.

Not the most elegant of solutions but I think £21 per month is a good deal for unlimited everything (saves a packet for the step son who has just gone to uni) and a bit of cashback sweetens the deal even if you do have to jump through a few hoops.

More details here: chitterchatter.co.uk/usi…php
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Can you use Skype on this or it blocked.

does the pre paid card mean that you have to spend the cash back that tmobile put on to your card, back to t mobile. or can you transfer the fund into your own bank account? a bit confused

COLD

It's a discounted deal so I don't think other cashback will be honoured
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HTC Desire C £89.99 + free headphones good price inc £10 credit unlocked t mobile handset chitter chatter + 4% quidco
Not the best phone but for the price its a steal its unlocked with £10 credit Free wesc headphones £99* is the retail price not mine.
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Boltonlass

For me, personally, a no brainer - the G300 every time.Hope this helps … For me, personally, a no brainer - the G300 every time.Hope this helps you to decide.




Thanks for your comments, esp Boltonlass. On the strength of what most people are saying I'm going to treat myself to to a Huwaei, either the G330, as it'll apparently be available for £100 in January, sim free, or the G300, which I guess by then will be even cheaper.

Thanks again and Happy Christmas to all.

I emailed chitter chatter about the wesc headphones but unfortunately they will not honour that deal.
Oh well I'm still really happy with the phone! Plus it says I have nearly £20 credit, not £10.
Thanks again.

Excellent little ICS (Android 4.0) phone for the money. HOT

wrongsideof40

Please help: This, or the Asccend G300?


I have owned both the HTC and the G300, in that order. I download mainly 'serious' apps (being 50 something), but also sodukos and lower capacity games like Solitaire and various word games.
The HTC is a good little phone with a crisp screen, but even with my meagre app requirements the memory filled up very quickly and I found myself continually juggling the apps - taking one off to put another on in the limited capacity. It's a great first time smart phone but there is a good chance you will 'grow out of it'.
The G300 has a bigger screen (advantage - more room on the screen for apps, disadvantage - bulks out the pocket more than the HTC). The memory is more than enough for me to the extent that I don't have to worry about the size or number of apps that I download, and that is the main difference between the two phones. The screen is clear and responsive and I love the phone.
For me, personally, a no brainer - the G300 every time.
Hope this helps you to decide.

wrongsideof40

Please help: This, or the Asccend G300?


The G300 has a better display, bigger display, better CPU, and probably better support from the community. On the down side it is cheaply made, and the Huawei version of Android 4.0 is a disaster zone.

This one has certainly better software on it as it is, and it may have slightly better build quality.