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htc wildfire for £117 - works out at £6.50/month for 18 months, 100 mins, 100 texts, unlimited data @ e2save
htc wildfire for £117 - works out at £6.50/month for 18 months, 100 mins, 100 texts, unlimited data @ e2save

htc wildfire for £117 - works out at £6.50/month for 18 months, 100 mins, 100 texts, unlimited data @ e2save

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Just got this from e2save:
htc wildfire, 100 mins, 100 texts, unlimited data on tmobile.
Only £9.08/month after redemption on a 18 month contract, plus £45 cahback from quidco (tracked), making it effectively £6.50 a month!

Works out at a total cost of £117 for a wildfire over 18 months.

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look again you can get unlimited texts

also same deal with mobiles.co.uk (£50 quidco /£50.50topcashback), onestopphoneshop (all carphonewarehouse companies)

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hot

i searched from here free-line-rental-mobile.co.uk/sea…nes

and put in htc , and 100 deals

i think the 600min deal is better for about £3 more a month from buymobilephones.net (good company in my experience, they sponsor derby FC)


still good deals, if you're OK with cash-backs(i am), but I prefer mobiles.co.uk cos you can submit bills online (saving posting cost, time and worry) & they owned by carphonewarehouse for your cashbacks
Edited by: "effingandjeffing" 9th Jan 2011

voted hot because of the price of the contract. BUT if you can, go for something a little better, the wildfire is the entry level phone and thus not brilliant. I now wish i had bought eh desire or something else, but saying this its a fantastic phone.!!!!!! just wish i had known about the quidco thing before when i got my phone contract... could have saved me a bit more!!!!!!

Original Poster

Shouldn't this be a little hotter? Considering last weeks Wildfire PAYG at £130 got to over 1100 degrees?

Rupz

voted hot because of the price of the contract. BUT if you can, go for … voted hot because of the price of the contract. BUT if you can, go for something a little better, the wildfire is the entry level phone and thus not brilliant. I now wish i had bought eh desire or something else, but saying this its a fantastic phone.!!!!!! just wish i had known about the quidco thing before when i got my phone contract... could have saved me a bit more!!!!!!



this is a great deal if you've seen the wildfire and are happy with it. Personally I even prefer the uber-cheap t-mobile pulse due to the wildfire's awful screen. Which is a shame as the Desire is a great phone, and they tout this as a 'desire lite' essentially when it's a far far lower end device.

I was honestly shocked by how bad the screen really does look. others may be happier but I really advise seeing one before getting one.



this is the way of the hotuk,.also cashbacks are all a risk


owenbrown2011

Shouldn't this be a little hotter? Considering last weeks Wildfire PAYG … Shouldn't this be a little hotter? Considering last weeks Wildfire PAYG at £130 got to over 1100 degrees?

Rupz

voted hot because of the price of the contract. BUT if you can, go for … voted hot because of the price of the contract. BUT if you can, go for something a little better, the wildfire is the entry level phone and thus not brilliant. I now wish i had bought eh desire or something else, but saying this its a fantastic phone.!!!!!! just wish i had known about the quidco thing before when i got my phone contract... could have saved me a bit more!!!!!!




nothing wrong with the wildfire really nice phone

Was going to go for this but then got put off by the negative reviews of e2save's customer service. Their average rating from customers tends to be 1.5 to 2 out of 5. I figured it was not worth the potential hassle with having to claim the cashbacks, cancel the insurance and cancel the technical support which are all initially free but then have to be cancelled before they start being charged monthly.

thats is you want to sign up with t-mobile. Wildfire is still a good phone.

T-mobile's 'unlimited data' have introduced a new Fair Use Policy (FUP) of 500MB per month, according to t-mobile- its not recommended for downloading files / movies / streaming! Better Data tariffs out there. Best to check the 3G from other networks near you. Easy to use more than this, just by using the new vector based Google Navigation - which is fantastic, having the ability to Navigate 'on and offline', without any stored maps in the phone.
The Orange San Francisco is a better buy, as it can be unlocked easily, better screen and Battery is fine on the TFT model, had the t-mobile pulse mini before - and the battery is nowhere near as bad as that was.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 11th Jan 2011

Just a note to the op, You should note in the title that it is a redemption deal.

collyeri

Was going to go for this but then got put off by the negative reviews of … Was going to go for this but then got put off by the negative reviews of e2save's customer service. Their average rating from customers tends to be 1.5 to 2 out of 5. I figured it was not worth the potential hassle with having to claim the cashbacks, cancel the insurance and cancel the technical support which are all initially free but then have to be cancelled before they start being charged monthly.



I rang them up about my cashback by redemption. They answered my call and promised to send cheque in the post. i got a text confirming cashback same day and a cheque 2-3 days later. You do need to make sure you follow their instructions to the letter and send the correct bills!

E2save also paid the quidco too. They are owned by the carphonewarehouse. What is the problem here???

Link to buymobilephones deal

Oh with cashback this link gets you 1200 mins, unlimited texts and 500mb of internet a month. Works out just over £7 a month. Although the contract appears to be £45 a month. You would need to make sure you got the cashback!!!

Edited by: "gummby" 22nd Feb 2011
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