HTC Desire C reduced to £45 from £85 instore @ Asda
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HTC Desire C reduced to £45 from £85 instore @ Asda

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Found 11th Apr 2014
Not available online.
Tied to T-mobile with a free £10 top up voucher available from them.
I paid £0.99 for a successful unlock code on ebay.
I am led to believe this is national.

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Can I see a receipt please?

where is direct link ?

rehanraza80

where is direct link ?

Asda front doors
Edited by: "rodman" 11th Apr 2014

Can't people read.....Not available online.

rodman

Asda front doors


Cost the full price In petrol finding one at that price, asda instore deals are up there with Tesco for wild goose chases

This seems a good price. I am rubbish at technology, would anyone recommend this as a first smartphone, for the money? Thanks.

Thats more than acceptable for a first phone....not sure many will find it though.

Gollywood

Thats more than acceptable for a first phone....not sure many will find … Thats more than acceptable for a first phone....not sure many will find it though.



Thank you.

It's a decent enough basic smartphone for those who don't want to or can't afford to spend £100 on a Moto G which is far faster, with a bigger, higher resolution screen. Compare the two here: compare-cellphones.org/Mot…dio

Thanks op, picked up one of these in store today for £45

[quote=MarkShopper]It's a decent enough basic smartphone for those who don't want to or can't afford to spend £100 on a Moto G which is far faster, with a bigger, higher resolution screen. Compare the two here: compare-cellphones.org/Mot…dio[/

Thank you. I picked up a discounted HTC today before I saw your reply. I'm only a basic phone user, so think the HTC should probably suit me well enough. The Moto G might have been a better option, but for the money, I think I will be okay with the HTC. At least I have another option to consider though if for any reason I don't like the HTC. Thank you.
Edited by: "vvee" 12th Apr 2014

I started off with a HTC Explorer & that was fine. This is far better

Any in Leyton or Walthamstow store

I use tin cans connected with string and the calls are free

Tried three local asda shops no luck.

I called round several stores and reserved mine before venturing out. I found two with stock, so they are out there. Maybe worth calling some of the larger local stores, should be quite quiet for a phone call early Sunday, maybe. If you get someone decent, they will reserve for same day pick up.
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