Free HTC One X on 02 free 300 mins + 500mb data tariff 24months @ Buymobilephones
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Free HTC One X on 02 free 300 mins + 500mb data tariff 24months @ Buymobilephones

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Found 7th Apr 2012
• Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich • HTC Sense 4.0 • 1.5GHz Quad-Core processor • 1GB RAM • NFC3 • 8 megapixel camera • 1080p video recording

O2 300 Bonus Internet All Rounder [info]
300 cross-network mins + Unlimited Texts + 500MB Mobile Internet Browsing + UK Wi-Fi via O2 & BT Openzone + Priority Moments • 24 months @ £27 p/m


I know there are deals on T- Mobile and 3 networks so dont vote this cold - this is for people who prefer 02 network - this is the cheapeast i've found on 02 with reasonable data and mins and the phone free .

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Original Poster

remember to get £30 cash back on quidco

Nice deal (_;)

Cold - this other post is cheaper, has more data, more texts, and £60 cashback.:
hotukdeals.com/dea…288

Original Poster

OWENBROWN2007

Cold - this other post is cheaper, has more data, more texts, and £60 … Cold - this other post is cheaper, has more data, more texts, and £60 cashback.:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/htc-one-x-300-mins-750-data-unlimited-test-booster-26-month-tesco-mobile-possible-1187288



true...but not everyone wants to join the t-mobile network due to coverage and customer service..

bhupeshm

true...but not everyone wants to join the t-mobile network due to … true...but not everyone wants to join the t-mobile network due to coverage and customer service..



Plus, the one on this deal is an unlocked, unbranded phone, which is nice.

how does it work with the App market as is there honestly any point owning such a powerful phone if the apps dont utilise it?

for example Infinty Blade 2 on the Apple App market, is clearly written for Iphone 4s Ipad 3 etc, and the older devices will run it but it will look a bit pants... is this how this will work or are the apps written so the run on low end phones like HTC desire for example

Banned

I think the On&On tariff is worth it if you use o2 and need the mins/data. £36pm beats paying £67pm for the same thing. This is a good deal for a low end user though, especially with the BT Openzone access to compensate for the mobile data.

Edited by: "AhmadCentral" 7th Apr 2012

Aeschylus

how does it work with the App market as is there honestly any point … how does it work with the App market as is there honestly any point owning such a powerful phone if the apps dont utilise it?for example Infinty Blade 2 on the Apple App market, is clearly written for Iphone 4s Ipad 3 etc, and the older devices will run it but it will look a bit pants... is this how this will work or are the apps written so the run on low end phones like HTC desire for example



Erm, yes? If you're getting a phone that has a 2 year contract you want that phone to be capable of running the apps that will be released between now and when your contract expires.

If your phone can't run the latest apps after your 2 year contract you're doing something wrong. A quad core processor gives you the best chance your phone will be:

A) Capable of running the latest apps
B) Capable of running the most recent version of Android
C) Will retain a solid resale value when you come to upgrade

In summary - Yeah it is worth getting something really good even if the app market isn't producing a lot of apps that will benefit from all 4 cores - because if nothing else, Android OS will.

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Also - Hot. Nice to see reasonable prices for a phone that has the build quality and indeed similar costs to the iphone, yet has a reasonable monthly cost (in contrast to the inferior iphone handset, which is always a rip off on contract).

Edited by: "Joeymx" 7th Apr 2012

What's with mobile phone contracts nowadays! 500mb is nowhere near enough for these new phones. What's the point in even selling them. This phone will use 500mb while your asleep. And then theres all these ones selling them with 100mb or 200mb, who's running these places. FFS!

Sell us things that make sense not stuff to try and trick us out of extra money when we go over your limits!

All these smart phones have been around the 4 to 500 mark when they come out so why are the contracts getting more and more expensive over longer periods getting less for them?

Banned

mistermoleymole

What's with mobile phone contracts nowadays! 500mb is nowhere near … What's with mobile phone contracts nowadays! 500mb is nowhere near enough for these new phones. What's the point in even selling them. This phone will use 500mb while your asleep. And then theres all these ones selling them with 100mb or 200mb, who's running these places. FFS!Sell us things that make sense not stuff to try and trick us out of extra money when we go over your limits! All these smart phones have been around the 4 to 500 mark when they come out so why are the contracts getting more and more expensive over longer periods getting less for them?



If you want a high user deal for this phone look here- hotukdeals.com/dea…e=8

But i think this is a good deal for o2. Admittedly the On&On tarriff for a theoretical £27pm from redemption sites is better if you can deal with all the hassle.

Edited by: "AhmadCentral" 8th Apr 2012

Original Poster

mistermoleymole

What's with mobile phone contracts nowadays! 500mb is nowhere near … What's with mobile phone contracts nowadays! 500mb is nowhere near enough for these new phones. What's the point in even selling them. This phone will use 500mb while your asleep. And then theres all these ones selling them with 100mb or 200mb, who's running these places. FFS!Sell us things that make sense not stuff to try and trick us out of extra money when we go over your limits! All these smart phones have been around the 4 to 500 mark when they come out so why are the contracts getting more and more expensive over longer periods getting less for them?



mistermoleymole

What's with mobile phone contracts nowadays! 500mb is nowhere near … What's with mobile phone contracts nowadays! 500mb is nowhere near enough for these new phones. What's the point in even selling them. This phone will use 500mb while your asleep. And then theres all these ones selling them with 100mb or 200mb, who's running these places. FFS!Sell us things that make sense not stuff to try and trick us out of extra money when we go over your limits! All these smart phones have been around the 4 to 500 mark when they come out so why are the contracts getting more and more expensive over longer periods getting less for them?



500mb is enough for some people. I'm mostly connected to wi-fi A home and work and nearby many bt openzone. if 500mb is not enough for you there are some other deals as AhmadCentral has pointed out and is a very good deal for a heavy user.. This deal is for a low to medium users and personally I think this is a good deal.

On that screen, a few hd vids off YouTube and your limit is reached

Also if you check on the net these android phones tend to have a mind of their own and use all your data when you least expect it

Anyone know what happens if you go over or if you need more? I can see bolt on talk but no talk of cost etc....

i use this app play.google.com/sto…off.

one button 3g on/off

at moment manage on 100mb a month but getting a new phone with 250mb next week

mistermoleymole

Also if you check on the net these android phones tend to have a mind of … Also if you check on the net these android phones tend to have a mind of their own and use all your data when you least expect it



Also if you check on the net you'll see that 'these' Android phones can be controlled in anyway desired and if you don't want it to 'have a mind of its own' you can easily set it to only use data when you want it to.



OWENBROWN2007

Cold - this other post is cheaper, has more data, more texts, and £60 … Cold - this other post is cheaper, has more data, more texts, and £60 cashback.:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/htc-one-x-300-mins-750-data-unlimited-test-booster-26-month-tesco-mobile-possible-1187288

mistermoleymole

Also if you check on the net these android phones tend to have a mind of … Also if you check on the net these android phones tend to have a mind of their own and use all your data when you least expect it



Also if you check, on the 'net' you'll see that 'some' people buy a smart phone, don't check if the phone is data enabled or connected to wifi, and in the first few weeks, build up a massive bill then bitch about it on a deal because they are ignorant!

some wicked deals on this website. Is this website legit, anyone bought contracts from here?

mistermoleymole

Anyone know what happens if you go over or if you need more? I can see … Anyone know what happens if you go over or if you need more? I can see bolt on talk but no talk of cost etc....



The only Bolt on I can see is on your neck!

moto razr for meeeee

phones4u will match this with a nice cheque a couple of weeks after you receive the phone, did this with them last week + got the hd media link for free

dataload

phones4u will match this with a nice cheque a couple of weeks after you … phones4u will match this with a nice cheque a couple of weeks after you receive the phone, did this with them last week + got the hd media link for free



Can you describe how to go about this?

I wonder if the white one is available

Original Poster

mr-mixalot

I wonder if the white one is available



take your pick

buymobilephones.net/mob…ct1

you cant remove the battery for this phone

is it just me who thinks this looks like a really mediocre phone, previous lower priced htc's have been much better looking,

Original Poster

davidbeckham187

you cant remove the battery for this phone



why would you want to do that?

Banned

chunkylover

is it just me who thinks this looks like a really mediocre phone, … is it just me who thinks this looks like a really mediocre phone, previous lower priced htc's have been much better looking,


Agreed there are plenty more better looking phones from HTC but in terms of specs this is epic

3g watchdog app... you can shutdown mobile data network in a jiffy... saved my bacon this month :O)

if you are already on O2, can you trasfer the existing pay monthly contract without losing your existing number?
Edited by: "giruzz" 9th Apr 2012

dataload

phones4u will match this with a nice cheque a couple of weeks after you … phones4u will match this with a nice cheque a couple of weeks after you receive the phone, did this with them last week + got the hd media link for free

giruzz

if you are already on O2, can you trasfer the existing pay monthly … if you are already on O2, can you trasfer the existing pay monthly contract without losing your existing number?


i ordered with them and then found the this deal at buymobilephones, called phones4u and they asked where i had seen this offer, they then said they couldn't reduce the cost but would send me £100 in a couple of weeks and a free media link with £89 ish


yes just make sure you select the upgrade package, same price last time i looked

best to do it on the phone with them to make sure

I was thinking about getting this when the contract on my HTC Sensation expires in June. But I think I'm going to wait for the Samsung Galaxy S3. It looks technically superior.

Two things that really put me off this HTC were the non-removable battery and absence of microSD slot.

With regard to this deal - who wants a 24 month contract?

bhupeshm

why would you want to do that?



Why do you think?

Taksim_Red

Why do you think?



I would say it's clear he doesn't think. Low data allowance on this deal though...

davidbeckham187

you cant remove the battery for this phone


Twice per day charging on smart phones is a norm these days.

bhupeshm

isnt tmobile joined with orange now?true...but not everyone wants to join … isnt tmobile joined with orange now?true...but not everyone wants to join the t-mobile network due to coverage and customer service..


alebastra

Twice per day charging on smart phones is a norm these days.



Umm, your battery needs replacing if it can't last a day.

mistermoleymole

What's with mobile phone contracts nowadays! 500mb is nowhere near … What's with mobile phone contracts nowadays! 500mb is nowhere near enough for these new phones. What's the point in even selling them. This phone will use 500mb while your asleep. And then theres all these ones selling them with 100mb or 200mb, who's running these places. FFS!Sell us things that make sense not stuff to try and trick us out of extra money when we go over your limits! All these smart phones have been around the 4 to 500 mark when they come out so why are the contracts getting more and more expensive over longer periods getting less for them?



You've just answered your own question.

Edited by: "hugekebab" 9th Apr 2012

One good reason for removing the battery is when the phone hangs and the soft/hard keys dont respond. I hope this phone has a reset button somewhere or you wouldn't be able to hard reset it

One good reason for removing the battery is when the phone hangs and the … One good reason for removing the battery is when the phone hangs and the soft/hard keys dont respond. I hope this phone has a reset button somewhere or you wouldn't be able to hard reset it



Never gave that a thought, Been using old HTC Hero for last couple of years and had to pull the battery more than once or twice in that time.

bhupeshm

why would you want to do that?


Replace the battery when it's knackered is another reason.
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