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HTC Smart Black on O2 Pay as You Go, £84.99 Delivered Using code @ Prepaymania
HTC Smart Black on O2 Pay as You Go, £84.99 Delivered Using code @ Prepaymania

HTC Smart Black on O2 Pay as You Go, £84.99 Delivered Using code @ Prepaymania

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The HTC Smart Black O2 pay as you go is an elegant handset that functions on Brew mobile OS empowered by 300 MHz processor. The mobile has a 2.8 inches wide TFT capacitive touch-screen displaying 256k colours along with HTC sensors UI.

The HTC Smart Black phone specifications offer all the standard features like SMS (Threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, and IM. The mobile offers high-speed internet surfing comfortably and it exhibits connectivity with GPRS, EGDE, 3G, Bluetooth, USB interface.

It is integrated with a magnificent 3.15 MP (2048x1536 pixels) camera that enables you to capture pictures and videos of your memorable events. You can tune to your favorite FM station and listen to your favorite music tracks when you are at play. However, the internal memory of HTC Smart Black phone is 256 MB but micro SD card slot helps in expanding it to 16 GB and hence you can save enormous database of pictures, videos, and music files.

20 Comments

Original Poster

is it easy to use??

£79.97 at tesco.com

Quidco is by no means guaranteed. They've messed up all of my last few transactions which are all going through special enquiries with them.

Does look like they've included the £10 air-time in the price though.

i dont want £10 airtime got o2 sim only pay £10 a month

What's the use of high speed internet ability without wi-fi , so as to pick up free access ?

LOUGHBORO GUY

i dont want £10 airtime got o2 sim only pay £10 a month



I never want air-time either but on almost all pay as you go phone deals where ever you go you have to pay £10 air-time for which ever network it's linked to and you get a SIM. If it doesn't mention it this will most likely have an o2 SIM bundled with it with £10 air-time.

so we are stuck with unwanted £10 airtime!! anyway around it my nokia is 5 years old and battery is not what it was hence want new phone

LOUGHBORO GUY

so we are stuck with unwanted £10 airtime!! anyway around it my nokia is … so we are stuck with unwanted £10 airtime!! anyway around it my nokia is 5 years old and battery is not what it was hence want new phone



Not stuck with it as such, you would just have to stick in another o2 SIM or get it unlocked so you can use it on a different network. That's assuming that it is locked.

It looks like a good deal but I was just trying to point out that normally when you go to buy PAYG phones you suddenly find that you've got to fork out another tenner at checkout either online or instore. I just had to for my Nokia 5230 which I got a couple of months ago from Argos when I was told at the checkout that I had to buy a SIM that I didn't want.

i want a new Nokia im used to them

LOUGHBORO GUY

i want a new Nokia im used to them



Well I can recommend my phone which Argos have reduced a bit further here. I got a T-Mobile SIM with 200 texts and minutes a month (fine for me) and it has unlimited internet and it costs £10 a month on a 30 day contract (which is basically PAYG anyway).

E-mails come through dead quickly, the internet is fast and there's loads of apps at Nokia's OVI store and it's easy to use with full touch screen.
Edited by: "RedOnRed" 19th Aug 2010

thats a great phone just saw it on argos website but its locked to t mobile shame not on 02

Am I right in thinking this is not android based?

saayinla

Am I right in thinking this is not android based?



Brew OS- basic platform, doesnt need powerful phone, but does the basics well

RedOnRed

Quidco is by no means guaranteed. They've messed up all of my last few … Quidco is by no means guaranteed. They've messed up all of my last few transactions which are all going through special enquiries with them.Does look like they've included the £10 air-time in the price though.



use topcashback instead.

zurich

use topcashback instead.



Cheers, I might give them a go.

Not got great reviews for this type of phone.

I really really really would advise getting a 'real' smartphone personally, considering you can pick them up for not too far off this price at the low end of the market...
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