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HTC Wildfire S. T-Mobile £7.94/month 18 months. @mobiles.co.uk
HTC Wildfire S. T-Mobile £7.94/month 18 months. @mobiles.co.uk

HTC Wildfire S. T-Mobile £7.94/month 18 months. @mobiles.co.uk

Buy forBuy forBuy for£7.94
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If £50 quidco is successful however, the monthly cost works out at £5.16.

Redemption required for 11 months free.
Free handset - unlocked.
100 mins
100 texts
Unltd Internet(500mb)
T-mobile.

I think the Galaxy ace is also on the exact same offer.

11 months free redemption. 7 x 20.42 works out at 7.94 per month.

Overeall cost £142.92 or £92.92 with quidco.

PLEASE amend title OP, you cannot put cashback price in title as NOT guaranteed.
- Bully

25 Comments

Original Poster

Galaxy ace is also same if you prefer Samsung
Edited by moderator: "Jun 05, 2011 18:57" 5th Jun 2011

Original Poster

I mixed around the link and title - Go To Deal link might be faulty.

Alternative: mobiles.co.uk/

Edited by moderator: "Jun 05, 2011 19:01" 5th Jun 2011

Can anyone explain why cold? Thinking of buying...

Original Poster

If quidco works £92.92 is good value. Phone sim free is around £200 at Amazon.

T-mobile network coverage is not very good.

mccririck

T-mobile network coverage is not very good.



You can also use T-Mobiles partner, Orange.

I use Tmobile and have never had a problem and as tyke said, u can use orange too....voted hot!

T mobile use both theres and Orange and the coverage is very good now

Tempted.... TEMPTED!

Have bought using Web 300 package as the 100 minutes deal does not mention internet and pop-up mentioning internet is generic to all package.

Only trouble is forgot to check colour and ordered white not black... oh well can always exchange!!

Original Poster

Web 100 is the deal

grambo

Web 100 is the deal


I can't see web 100 on the page?

Original Poster

Click T-Mobile, then 18 month and its the very first one.

grambo

Click T-Mobile, then 18 month and its the very first one.


Oops, found it now Oh well, overpaid by £11 overall but for an extra 200 texts and minutes a month sounds fair. £50 quidco has also now tracked

im really tempted but im not familiar with the 11 free months thing, does that mean they wont take the £20 every month until 11 months have passed or it does it mean that the effective cost of £7.94 and that what i will pay for the whole 18 months?

can someone explain "redemption"for me..thx

bluepeter11

im really tempted but im not familiar with the 11 free months thing, does … im really tempted but im not familiar with the 11 free months thing, does that mean they wont take the £20 every month until 11 months have passed or it does it mean that the effective cost of £7.94 and that what i will pay for the whole 18 months?


If you have to ask the deal is not for you.
mobiles.co.uk/cas…tml
They rely on a large percentage missing/forgetting the T&Cs to offset the price.

Original Poster

Redemption on this deal is sending 5 bills to them at different times. You can send them by email though which is easier. They they send you a cheque each time for the total redemption (11x20.42) divided by 5.
Edited by moderator: "Jun 06, 2011 08:46" 6th Jun 2011

i appreciate the link but i dont appreciate you telling me whether this deal is good for me or not, the deal didn't mention how to claim cash back or redemption (that i could see) so i asked here

im probably taking this to personally but next time just answer the persons question (if you want) followed by a warning about cashback/TandC, dont assume you no what best for them

limegreenzx

If you have to ask the deal is not for … If you have to ask the deal is not for you.http://www.mobiles.co.uk/cashback.htmlThey rely on a large percentage missing/forgetting the T&Cs to offset the price.


Original Poster

bluepeter11, when I saw the deal, I thought redemption, no way. But I read the full t&c and its much easier than I thought. You email them 5 bills and thats it.

grambo

Redemption on this deal is sending 5 bills to them at different times. … Redemption on this deal is sending 5 bills to them at different times. You can send them by email though which is easier. They they send you a cheque each time for the total redemption (11x20.42) divided by 5.



They have a website for submission now. It's very easy and I had no problems with getting cheques.

grambo

bluepeter11, when I saw the deal, I thought redemption, no way. But I … bluepeter11, when I saw the deal, I thought redemption, no way. But I read the full t&c and its much easier than I thought. You email them 5 bills and thats it.



yeah, i read the link provided and its simple enough, you just have to remember, and since you no exactly when you need to do it you can easily put the dates in your calendar on your smartphone

Now, it says "9 months free" instead of 11 now on the Samsung, but it looks like the HTC offer is still on.


Grambo
This is a good offer but I have had bad experiences with redemption/companies where if you are late you miss all subsequent redemptions etc. (Not to mention I have a head like a sieve and forget to do the first so all others are doomed!!!)
If not for that, I'd jump on this. But as others aren't as fick as me, I won't vote either way!
Cheers anyway
W1

Just a quick reminder for the first cashback payment - have sent mine today as the December bill was required if you bought in June!
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