HTC ONE X for free with o2 contract for £15.50/24mths (remove data bolt-on) - £14.12 MONTH EFFECTIVELY in Tesco!
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HTC ONE X for free with o2 contract for £15.50/24mths (remove data bolt-on) - £14.12 MONTH EFFECTIVELY in Tesco!

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Found 30th May 2012
Have got expired because of different link & company so thought that just can share as it is still available.

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 - £35 = £339


It will be great if the cashback go through.
Direct link given below.

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£13.41?

Quidco is only £35 from tesco phone shop. So £14.04 per month.

+ the cost of another sim with data on it.

These deles are retarded.

What is the point of having such a phone and not using the mobile internet capability?

would have got this deal however there's been quite a few problems associated with this phone. It's a shame as it looks great and specs wise is impressive.

Banned

grubby23

What is the point of having such a phone and not using the mobile … What is the point of having such a phone and not using the mobile internet capability?



Shengis

+ the cost of another sim with data on it.These deles are retarded.



as has been said to these comments before, the point of such deals is to get the phone as cheap as possible(i.e cheaper than the sim only price) then use your current sim which has your mins/txts/data.

superspeedy

would have got this deal however there's been quite a few problems … would have got this deal however there's been quite a few problems associated with this phone. It's a shame as it looks great and specs wise is impressive.



links to the problems reported.
Edited by: "fowler002" 30th May 2012

Original Poster

grubby23

What is the point of having such a phone and not using the mobile … What is the point of having such a phone and not using the mobile internet capability?


this deal is basically for people who have got a good sim with internet access so that you can get the phone cheaper.

Original Poster

rejector1

....... get me 20 please


What do you mean?

Original Poster

Sorry for the change on quidco they did changed the amount to 35 quid price changed on the post.:|

Shengis

+ the cost of another sim with data on it.These deles are retarded.



Oh the irony...

Shengis

+ the cost of another sim with data on it.These deles are retarded.



I have a t-mobile sim @ £5 mth 300 min,300 texts,unltd internet unltd landlines,stick it in this phone,give my daughter the sim that came with the phone,save on payg sell my old android, a deal for me
Edited by: "realdeals" 31st May 2012

TCB is offering £50.50 exclusive for Tesco phone shop.

searsp

Oh the irony...


is that you don't get the 'dele' reference

Original Poster

smogthedragon

TCB is offering £50.50 exclusive for Tesco phone shop.


oh thats great X)

Regardless of the contract where else can you get this phone for (15.50 x 24) - 50 = £322

???

This looks a better deal to me on Orange and free phone on 24month contract ....
either..
100min, unlimited texts and 100mb
or...
50min, unlimited texts and 250mb
both for £15.50
dialaphone.co.uk/pho…_S/

decent deals oilrigg, never expected this phone to drop in price so quickly

oilrigg

This looks a better deal to me on Orange and free phone on 24month … This looks a better deal to me on Orange and free phone on 24month contract ....either..100min, unlimited texts and 100mbor...50min, unlimited texts and 250mbboth for £15.50http://www.dialaphone.co.uk/phone/HTC_One_S/


Except that is the One S, not the One X unfortunately.

Why is this not hotter?
Just wanted to check i'm not missing anything

It should be hotter. Amazing price, interest free payments for a phone that is at least £400 elsewhere, plus a free sim with a few mins/texts!

Original Poster

nobody missing anything it is just some silly people.anyways better for the one who get it.(_;)

I can hear a needle drop around here....

Tried to order but for some reason can't seem to complete the order. Might have to do with the fact that I live in a flat and their post code finder doesn't seem to agree with that.
Then I tried to phone them but that didn't help either + I also don't want to lose the £50 Topcashback.
It seems like all the other £21.50 deals on One X have dried out

Arcana

I can hear a needle drop around here....Tried to order but for some … I can hear a needle drop around here....Tried to order but for some reason can't seem to complete the order. Might have to do with the fact that I live in a flat and their post code finder doesn't seem to agree with that. Then I tried to phone them but that didn't help either + I also don't want to lose the £50 Topcashback. It seems like all the other £21.50 deals on One X have dried out



There's another deal on One X for £21 per month: hotukdeals.com/dea…530

supermod

smah please don't edit the quoted deal price back to £14.12 - before cashback (which isn't guaranteed) the deal price without the bolt-on (which also means you have no mobile internet with this plan ?) is :

£15.50 x 24 = £372

Amended back again, thanks for posting


Edited by: "sigma" 4th Jun 2012

Thinking of getting this and selling phone as happy with my Sensation, anyone know the going rate for these and how easy or not will be to sell on? A bit worried the market is flooded!

Hugely disappointed with this ,I ordered one Tuesday, but received no confirmation. When I`ve chased up today they say they eventually concede they are out of stock, and can`t guarantee when they`ll be back in. They didn`t even have the courtesy to let me know. Also looks like the company is actually called 20:20 mobiles whoever they are !

gazza9

Hugely disappointed with this ,I ordered one Tuesday, but received no … Hugely disappointed with this ,I ordered one Tuesday, but received no confirmation. When I`ve chased up today they say they eventually concede they are out of stock, and can`t guarantee when they`ll be back in. They didn`t even have the courtesy to let me know. Also looks like the company is actually called 20:20 mobiles whoever they are !



Yeah, not showing any contracts with One X now. Expired

gazza9

Hugely disappointed with this ,I ordered one Tuesday, but received no … Hugely disappointed with this ,I ordered one Tuesday, but received no confirmation. When I`ve chased up today they say they eventually concede they are out of stock, and can`t guarantee when they`ll be back in. They didn`t even have the courtesy to let me know. Also looks like the company is actually called 20:20 mobiles whoever they are !



I phoned them this morning about my order... They said that they have new stock coming on Monday...

Bought on Sunday and still no news from them... not tracked on topcashback either.
For those of you who used TCB, how long does it take to track?

Yeah really good deal, bought this last thursday and plan to use it with the 600 mins unlim. internet I got from 3 with £80 cashback from a few weeks ago...
...BUT WHEN IT ACTUALLY ARRIVES.
1 week later and tesco say they run out of stock. In the meantime, when I went to their page a few days ago and had an online chat with an "advisor", -yes, the phone can be delivered tommorow, -yes the phone is in stock!!!
Countless phonecalls to their 0844 number they confirm that there is no stock, that "yeah the sales advisor are not aware of the stock levels and yeah, its unacceptable" but not really doing anything about it.
REALLY **** off with them because obviously they are taking orders and doing credit checks without having a product to sell. Apparently the stock will arrive next week.
So... Yes, a very good deal, but THERE IS NO STOCK, even if the website AND the advisors claim that there is.

awesome deal
have 500mb internet on my Galaxy s2, its adequate unless you love streaming videos and music on the move or if you have all of twitter data syncing every 10 minutes on some draining widget

Why is it so hard to understand this deal is for people who want the phone as cheap as possible, costs spread over 2 years, interest free, whether it has minutes or not, internet or not, the phone is bloody cheap.

Cant decide on this being a good deal or not, I mean... If your sim only contract is about the average 15quid then you may as well just barter with your provider for a deal on this phone. Three currently do the best for this phone at 29 a month for unlimited data, 500m and 5000txt i think? Damn good for that extra 14 quid if you ask me.


Depends on your current deal. Personally I'd pay the extra 50quid and get it sim-free and fully unlocked from Play/Amazon etc to avoid the hassle but that's just me.
(I know people prefer to do the interest free based purchase - mainly the people who buy a new phone every 12 months or so)

Do they still let you pay off the contract in bulk - i.e. Buy your way out straight away?

Edited by: "tehwabbit" 10th Jun 2012

so how do you remove the data plan ? as this is still £20.50 a month can not get it down to the £15 ?

also do we know if this phone is unlocked

cheers

Edited by: "meridiusuk" 10th Jun 2012

one x or galaxy s3???
s3 better isnt it,the battery on this is really bad im told.

tarryboy

Why is it so hard to understand this deal is for people who want the … Why is it so hard to understand this deal is for people who want the phone as cheap as possible, costs spread over 2 years, interest free, whether it has minutes or not, internet or not, the phone is bloody cheap.

but you are going to have to get a contract anyway to use the phone, so why not get a contract you want with the phone included

MIDURIX

but you are going to have to get a contract anyway to use the phone, so … but you are going to have to get a contract anyway to use the phone, so why not get a contract you want with the phone included



Because people may ALREADY have a sim only deal or they simply want a PAYG handset.

How much will the phone cost by itself (sim free) with no mins or txts? £380?
How much does this deal cost WITH mins & txts? £339!

I hope this explains how this is a good deal despite the lack of data.
If it doesn't, then I don't know what will.

hotukdeals.com/dea…e=3

Youd be much better off doing this - Only costs £382 and the phone is yours after the year without messing about removing data (PS WHY WOULD YOU REMOVE THE DATA?! Makes the contract pointless so youd have to run another contract also!)
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