FREE HTC ONE X  - £13.41 / MONTH EFFECTIVELY NO REDEMPTION read description!!!! @ Tesco!
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FREE HTC ONE X - £13.41 / MONTH EFFECTIVELY NO REDEMPTION read description!!!! @ Tesco!

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Found 21st May 2012
@ Tesco. £13.41/month

O2 100
100 Minutes
Unlimited Texts
500MB Data - BOLT ON!!

£21.50/month, take off bolt-on so it's £15.50!

Quidco or Topcashback = £50 Tesco
£15.50 x 24 = £374 - £50 = £322

Tesco link: phone-shop.tesco.com/mob…47a

Fantastic offer if you cant be bothered to claim cashback like the other offers!

209 Comments

Will Buymobiles allow you to remove the data bolt-on without penalty?

Original Poster

O2 Removes the bolt on

It is "description" not "discription"...

Original Poster

MacGyverUS

It is "description" not "discription"...



what you on about??

He is a portable Oxford dictionary, that's what he's on about.

Editor

Here2Help

what you on about??



Oh no... *facepalm* it's the spelling police
Edited by: "NeoTrix" 22nd May 2012

Banned

Thanks for the deal and the details Here2Help.

I've amended the headline price to reflect the minimum outlay. We don't factor in cashback sites as for a multitude of reasons, the sums are not always guaranteed.

Original Poster

aScottishBloke

Thanks for the deal and the details Here2Help.I've amended the headline … Thanks for the deal and the details Here2Help.I've amended the headline price to reflect the minimum outlay. We don't factor in cashback sites as for a multitude of reasons, the sums are not always guaranteed.



thanks for ur reply, but there is no cash back involved this is the cheapest deal on hud without cashback.

showing as 21.50 pm am i missing something

just ignore me realised you have to remove the bolt on

Pretty sure Buymobiles will charge a hefty fee if you remove the data bolt-on.

However : AFAIK Tesco's will allow data removal without charge / penalty

Therefore : 21.50 - 6 = 15.50 x 24 = 372 - 50 = 322.00

Good deal

phone-shop.tesco.com/mob…47a

Original Poster

Blagggard

showing as 21.50 pm am i missing something



yes,read the description.

Original Poster

zermattbusby

Pretty sure Buymobiles will charge a hefty fee if you remove the data … Pretty sure Buymobiles will charge a hefty fee if you remove the data bolt-on.However : AFAIK Tesco's will allow data removal without charge / penaltyTherefore : 21.50 - 6 = 15.50 x 24 = 372 - 50 = 322.00Good dealhttp://phone-shop.tesco.com/mobile-phones-and-sim-cards/pay-monthly-phones/HTC-One-X-Black-2714c135-4165-4ad8-9c8a-a70fc1cf947a



hmm not sure, i think you just take off bolt on with o2.

Here2Help

yes,read the description.

Ok but TCB shows £35.35 and not £50. Am I missing something?

deek72

Ok but TCB shows £35.35 and not £50. Am I missing something?



It's 50 at Tesco's deek

quidco.com/tes…?ac

Original Poster

deek72

Ok but TCB shows £35.35 and not £50. Am I missing something?



just use quidco instead.

I am looking for a new mobile deal, but can I ask why you would want to remove the data bolt-on? Wouldn't you need the data when not in a wifi zone? Or are people planning to put another sim in the phone? Thanks.

people planning to put another sim

buyitall

I am looking for a new mobile deal, but can I ask why you would want to … I am looking for a new mobile deal, but can I ask why you would want to remove the data bolt-on? Wouldn't you need the data when not in a wifi zone? Or are people planning to put another sim in the phone? Thanks.



Yes mate, this type of deal appeals mainly to people that already (or plan to) use their own contract sim.

like this one for instance

Do tesco supply unbranded phones?

zermattbusby

It's 50 at Tesco's deekhttp://www.quidco.com/tesco-phone-shop/?ac



Cheers, but I was looking at TCB where it's £35. As OP points out it's £50 via Quidco.

Here2Help

thanks for ur reply, but there is no cash back involved this is the … thanks for ur reply, but there is no cash back involved this is the cheapest deal on hud without cashback.



ScottishBloke is referring to the possible cash-back offered by Quidco / TCB which isn't guaranteed, therefore shouldn't be included in the OP

Ah, I get it. Say £15 for phone here then a £10 sim only with data elsewhere. good thinking.

But is it easy and guaranteed to be able to remove the data bolt on?

deek72

Ah, I get it. Say £15 for phone here then a £10 sim only with data e … Ah, I get it. Say £15 for phone here then a £10 sim only with data elsewhere. good thinking.But is it easy and guaranteed to be able to remove the data bolt on?



You can remove it online on Myo2 (but yoiu;ll pay bolt on for first month) or call them up, and they'll cancel almost instantly. It's very easy

deek72

Ah, I get it. Say £15 for phone here then a £10 sim only with data e … Ah, I get it. Say £15 for phone here then a £10 sim only with data elsewhere. good thinking.But is it easy and guaranteed to be able to remove the data bolt on?



Yes very straight forward
Once signed up, you can do any of three...
a) Call O2 customer services and request it be removed
b) Request it be removed via O2 on-line chat
c) Log in to your O2 account and remove it yourself via the control panel

Have some heat op you deserve it

looks a good one to me heat added

Thanks, just ordered

You can't remove bolt ones anymore

Orcinus_orca

You can't remove bolt ones anymore


since when link?

they recently changed all their tariffs and the amount of data, I would not risk this at all

I just had a chat to an o2 representative

Scott: I just have a question about the bolt on on your tarriffs - is that removable if I don't want / need it in the future?
Shane: Yes.
Shane: You can remove it anytime.
Scott: is that just a case of phoning / contacting you on here to remove it?
Shane: Yes, you can contact our customer service teamj.

Orcinus_orca

they recently changed all their tariffs and the amount of data, I would … they recently changed all their tariffs and the amount of data, I would not risk this at all


didnt touch bolt ons at all

Original Poster

Orcinus_orca

You can't remove bolt ones anymore



stop posting negative comments, i received my order today and got my bolt on removed before even putting my sim in the phone! wohoo

they have definitely changed something
i think it may be downgrading, sorry, hot

Original Poster

ttocswahs

Thanks, just ordered



Great :), did you order black one from Tesco? i did that aswell didn't want it in white anyways.

Great :), did you order black one from Tesco? i did that aswell didn't … Great :), did you order black one from Tesco? i did that aswell didn't want it in white anyways.



Yeah, gone for the black one too.
Edited by: "ttocswahs" 22nd May 2012

Here2Help / ttocswahs... once received please would you tell us if the phone is unlocked / unbranded?

cheers

the porter

since when link?



Have you received yours yet mate?
If yes how are you finding / liking it?

Shame it's o2. no transmitter
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