HTC G2 (Hero) on T-Mobile for £10/month x 24 :: Total cost £366
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HTC G2 (Hero) on T-Mobile for £10/month x 24 :: Total cost £366

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Found 3rd Feb 2010
My first post...yada, yada

£10 x 24(contract) = £240 (including unlimited (3Gb) internet)
+ £126(phone cost) = £366

- £20 (Qudco cashback) = £346

Contract Details: 100mins 100 texts , Internet and free booster pack

This deal is not limited to the HTC G2 (Hero). There are 4 phones on this deal that are free but I've picked the G2 because I wanted to.

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well done on ur 1st post though

Original Poster

rules rules rules!
I have changed the title and the price to £366.

I deny it's a re-post - stop being so bl00dy negative.

the £73 cashback is for mobile broadband though?

twist;7739337

the £73 cashback is for mobile broadband though?



Yeah, it's £20 cashback for £10 and £15 plans

Original Poster

quote from Quidco:

T-Mobile Cashback rates
£73 for Mobile Broadband 18 and 24-month contracts

But you may be right.

iwomack;7739473

quote from Quidco:T-Mobile Cashback rates£73 for Mobile Broadband 18 and … quote from Quidco:T-Mobile Cashback rates£73 for Mobile Broadband 18 and 24-month contractsBut you may be right.



Yes but your not getting mobile broadband, your getting a 24 month PHONE plan

Original Poster

PermissionToRock;7739496

Yes but your not getting mobile broadband, your getting a 24 month PHONE … Yes but your not getting mobile broadband, your getting a 24 month PHONE plan



My bad!

iwomack;7739155

My first post...yada, yada



iwomack;7739155

rules rules rules!I deny it's a re-post - stop being so bl00dy negative.



FPMSL :-D

H+R from me just for that... welcome to HUCD, keep up the good work. :thumbsup:

including unlimited (3Gb) internet = why not 0.5GB, everyone saying they are giving unlimited internet should go to jail.

Oxygene;7740873

everyone saying they are giving unlimited internet should go to jail.



Yup, definitely agree with that!

How do they get away with such "interpretations" (i.e. lies)?

Has anyone who took up the £10 per month over 24 months with free internet noticed from their bill that the internet is only free for 18 months?
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