New HTC One Black/Silver £20.50 a month 100mins unlimited text 500mb internet and 3GB BT WIFI @ MobilePhones Direct
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New HTC One Black/Silver £20.50 a month 100mins unlimited text 500mb internet and 3GB BT WIFI @ MobilePhones Direct

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Found 6th Mar 2013Made hot 7th Mar 2013
Seems a very good price for a premium new handset for the price. To find this price choose line rental 20-30 in the options and it is on Orange. I know its not a lot of minutes but good for a person that is a low user.

24 Month Contract £84.99 upfront.

Don't forget Quidco and TCB

Also includes one swappable ie sky sports. Thanks to Happysteveo



24 months at £20.50
84.99 for handset
Total spend: £576.99

- shuwaz

Detailed Specs;
htc.com/uk/…ne/
- ShayKaPow

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well actually its 200min, unlimited text and 100mb on the £20.50 a month with orange + 84.99 to pay for the handset

Original Poster

Fakyata

well actually its 200min, unlimited text and 100mb on the £20.50 a month … well actually its 200min, unlimited text and 100mb on the £20.50 a month with orange + 84.99 to pay for the handset



There are a couple of deals there. 3 in fact and in my opinion this is the best one

I think this tariff includes 1 swapable as well, so could be free sky sports on top.
Edited by: "Happysteveo" 6th Mar 2013

Original Poster

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I prefer the T-mobile deal for £1 more giving you unlimited internet and 1000 mins instead

BananaMannn

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ahh my bad voted hot than ...

Original Poster

geordierich1

I prefer the T-mobile deal for £1 more giving you unlimited internet and … I prefer the T-mobile deal for £1 more giving you unlimited internet and 1000 mins instead



Where?

Original Poster

Andwoo

http://www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/phone/one-silver#pay-monthlyPhone is … http://www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/phone/one-silver#pay-monthlyPhone is £100



I just maybe being daft do you mind just pointing it out because I can't see a contract with 1000 mins and unlimited internet for £21/month

Edited by: "BananaMannn" 6th Mar 2013

BananaMannn

I just maybe being daft do you mind just pointing it out because I can't … I just maybe being daft do you mind just pointing it out because I can't see a contract with 1000 mins and unlimited internet for £21/month


+1
Edited by: "ather7851" 6th Mar 2013

I wouldn't touch a tariff on this handset until after the 14th march then it should get interesting

Upfront cost should be in title, 100min/month over 24 months? Cold for these reasons.

Sliwka

Upfront cost should be in title



Thought the very same thing myself.
Edited by: "morpheus" 7th Mar 2013

Great deal, cheapest yet I think. Shame I'm tied into my contact for another 10 months.

the porter

I wouldn't touch a tariff on this handset until after the 14th march then … I wouldn't touch a tariff on this handset until after the 14th march then it should get interesting

what happens on the 14th?

I think its the possible announcement of the s4 but we shall see.

I and many other s3 owners wont be so quick to adapt. I hope samsung dont go the way apple is going with yearly updates.

[quote=Scozo]I think its the possible announcement of the s4 but we shall see.

I and many other s3 owners wont be so quick to adapt. I hope samsung dont go the way apple is going with yearly updates.[/quote

Hmmm, have you been living in a cave for the past three years???

The galaxy series didnt start at 3 and they have been out for nearly 4 years.....
1..2...3....maybe 4??!

It's called innovation!!!

nerd187

what happens on the 14th?



Samsung Galaxy S4 announcement.
Edited by: "elbs" 7th Mar 2013

24 month contracts suck.

I would prefer to pay a bit more upfront for a 12 month contract. Especially since now networks wont let you change your tariff (unless its higher of course).

Ideal for somebody who wants to spend £600 on a phone and then never ring anybody up

wait until to release date, had Vodafone calling offering not much, when pushed was told as its preorder no deals.

rdwarr

Ideal for somebody who wants to spend £600 on a phone and then never ring … Ideal for somebody who wants to spend £600 on a phone and then never ring anybody up



pathetic statement, phones are not phones these days, everybody knows that, well almost everybody


I bought an NFC enabled phone recently and although I understand how to use some of the features, the contactless payments bit is proving hard to fathom. I just don't know how to get started, I've trawled endless news articles and apps looking for information. I can understand why there hasn't been a big uptake on NFC here yet given how difficult it is to get started! I know that Orange and Barlaycard launched Quick Tap but that it's only available on the Samsung Galaxy S3. Numerous other wallets like it aren't available in our country, the only one I can find that seems compatible is a Russian Visa app called Visa QIWI Wallet, but it's all in Russian. I have met somebody who have said that they've used NFC payments with their Blackberry phone before, how do they do that? Apparently London Buses take mobile phone NFC payment too now and more and more places are accepting the payment method. I have a 2013 Galaxy S3 Mini. Can somebody help?

johneem

pathetic statement, phones are not phones these days, everybody knows … pathetic statement, phones are not phones these days, everybody knows that, well almost everybody



You would have thought the wink at the end of his post would have made it obvious enough he was being facetious, but no, your complete lack of humour leads you to immediately hack out an insult.

He was being deeply sarcastic. it was obvious the "pathetic comment" line was tongue in cheek.







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Buyer beware... MPD took 10 days to process my order, I started to cancel after 6 days, after 4 days of trying to call finally got through after being in a queue for 30 mins... and numerous unanswered emails. Customer service is non existent.

Smartphones need unlimited Internet. It's so easy to get billed 80-90 pounds simply downloading a few videos.

This is cold from me. Such a tiny data limit, with the features of this phone, you'll eat through that in a week...
I'm also not a fan of an upfront cost.

Deal for free phone, 1000 mins and unlimited data/texts.
hotukdeals.com/dea…681

lixcab

Smartphones need unlimited Internet. It's so easy to get billed 80-90 … Smartphones need unlimited Internet. It's so easy to get billed 80-90 pounds simply downloading a few videos.



+1

The data allowance seems too less. I know they give you BT Wifi, does anyone have experience with this...what is their coverage like (mainly while on the move, in buses, trains etc.) and what speeds? I've been using Three and their 3g coverage seems pretty good, can stream SD videos like Youtube etc. in most areas.

nerd187

what happens on the 14th?

depends though s4 will b on premium price no compromise obviously that will be the best handset available when it comes out but expensive

shuwaz

24 month contracts suck.I would prefer to pay a bit more upfront for a 12 … 24 month contracts suck.I would prefer to pay a bit more upfront for a 12 month contract. Especially since now networks wont let you change your tariff (unless its higher of course).

too right these companies want to secure 2 year loyalties the only problem with that is by the time u come out your fone is not worth as much also like if u get i phone 5 now by the time you upgrade there will b iphone 6s or may b even 7

fonzi063

too right these companies want to secure 2 year loyalties the only … too right these companies want to secure 2 year loyalties the only problem with that is by the time u come out your fone is not worth as much also like if u get i phone 5 now by the time you upgrade there will b iphone 6s or may b even 7



better resale value for an iphone 5 though, but im a fan of the 12 month contracts for sure
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