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HTC Desire S Sim free £329.99 del @ Play
HTC Desire S Sim free £329.99 del @ Play

HTC Desire S Sim free £329.99 del @ Play

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Been looking at these for a while, seems a good price for sim free brand new HTC Desire S plus top cash back 3.53%.

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Original Poster

Yeah I got O2, 600 mins any network unlimited o2 to o2 not taken from 600 mins and 1200 txts, with unlimited data all for £20 pm dont really want to lose it. Can see why you guys are voting cold as it's free with most new contracts, but to get my deal I need to be paying around £35 pm.
But to be fair SIM FREE it's the CHEAPEST AROUND. So a deal, no?
Edited by: "tcee81" 19th Jun 2011

The Desire S is one of the best in the over-marketed Desire models. Is this not an iphone killer plus has the flexibility and power of android

I was told the other day that I would have to increase my annual phone bill by £500+ to get this phone with the number of minutes I woant and be tied into a two year contract; so this is a great deal!

Over two years, this works out as £15 a month on top of your current contract. Its a great deal. If you know any better deals for this phone, post it up.
Edited by: "OperateOnMe" 19th Jun 2011

OperateOnMe

Over two years, this works out as £15 a month on top of your current … Over two years, this works out as £15 a month on top of your current contract. Its a great deal. If you know any better deals for this phone, post it up.



deleted my prev post by mistake. this is COLD. £251 here: hotukdeals.com/dea…573

With free sim with mins,calls and internet. Interest free paying up for 2 years also.

Cold deal.
Edited by: "ggilfedder" 19th Jun 2011

ggilfedder

deleted my prev post by mistake. this is COLD. £251 here: … deleted my prev post by mistake. this is COLD. £251 here: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/latest-unlocked-htc-desire-s-24mth-contract-100mins-500text-500mb-internet-o2-po/950573#commentsWith free sim with mins,calls and internet. Interest free paying up for 2 years also.Cold deal.



Agree, but only if you remember doing your redemption, it would work out to be under £10.50 per month (after Quid/TCB). Excellent deal.
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