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Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 + Claim Your Free Inbetweeners Box Set - £169.95 (Including Top Up) @ Phones4U
Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 + Claim Your Free Inbetweeners Box Set - £169.95 (Including Top Up) @ Phones4U

Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 + Claim Your Free Inbetweeners Box Set - £169.95 (Including Top Up) @ Phones4U

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Banned

I hate all this free crap they add to try and sell stuff....

Sod the £50 holiday vouchers and a DVD boxset I'll never watch, just reduce the price

hahhhh *deep breath*

I saw this earlier, I'm going to get it now
however i'm gonna get it on 02 for giff gaff!

Hot!

Price is actually £169.95 as you have to take a £10 top up, still a good price though but title needs amending.

Original Poster

Actually the price is £149.95 if you have a pay as you go sim card on T Mobile

the "ace" is a poor mans iphone...i know...ive got one !
just a word of warning...battery life is less than a day with normal use.

JOHNATHAN.HUNSLE

the "ace" is a poor mans iphone...i know...ive got one !just a word of … the "ace" is a poor mans iphone...i know...ive got one !just a word of warning...battery life is less than a day with normal use.



Thats kinda the point...

Personally i'd wait, seeing as samsung are just releasing there new lineup, phandroid.com/201…-w/ . Im sure the ace will go down in price even more soon

jgauld1

Personally i'd wait, seeing as samsung are just releasing there new … Personally i'd wait, seeing as samsung are just releasing there new lineup, http://phandroid.com/2011/08/24/just-in-time-for-ifa-samsung-introduces-galaxy-y-y-pro-m-pro-and-w/ . Im sure the ace will go down in price even more soon



Their! Its Their! Not there.

JOHNATHAN.HUNSLE

the "ace" is a poor mans iphone...i know...ive got one !just a word of … the "ace" is a poor mans iphone...i know...ive got one !just a word of warning...battery life is less than a day with normal use.



It's actually a poor man's Galaxy S2, which is a sensible man's iphone

Though you can replace "poor" with "doesn't want to spend £400 on a phone" too
Edited by: "Aradria" 25th Aug 2011

Galaxy S and ACE will drop in price dramaticilly once the ban comes into force.

pcworld.com/art…tml

Stupid apple -.- Just want more sales ofc..

loopy_lew

Galaxy S and ACE will drop in price dramaticilly once the ban comes into … Galaxy S and ACE will drop in price dramaticilly once the ban comes into force.http://www.pcworld.com/article/238715/apple_gets_ban_on_samsung_galaxy_s_sii_and_ace_smartphones.html



The injunction found that Android 2.3 infringed on the patent but Android 3.0 and above did not. All the Korean electronics maker needs to do is update the banned phones and the injunction will be un-enforceable

jeff681

Their! Its Their! Not there.




It's not its you fool. Don't correct spelling if you are going to make grammatical errors yourself.

jeff681

Their! Its Their! Not there.



Their, their. It's all right. It'll be OK.

dimon72

The injunction found that Android 2.3 infringed on the patent but Android … The injunction found that Android 2.3 infringed on the patent but Android 3.0 and above did not. All the Korean electronics maker needs to do is update the banned phones and the injunction will be un-enforceable



True but to upgrade the 2.3 phones to 3.0 they would have to recall all the 2.3 phones. I really can't see them doing this, they are more likely to sell them off at a reduced price.

Would be more tempted to get the quidco t-mobile offer;- Free Samsung Galaxy Ace, 24 months and half price for the full term (ie £10.24 a month) with 600 free mins/texts and a flexible booster ie internet, plus £40 quidco cashback. Works out at just £8.57 a month after cashback with free Galaxy Ace!

magicmike87

It's not its you fool. Don't correct spelling if you are going to make … It's not its you fool. Don't correct spelling if you are going to make grammatical errors yourself.



Doessn't "their" mean "belonging to" and "there" mean "location", making the correction correct? Not going to patronise, would rather learn from my own mistakes :).


I'm sure i saw this for £100 + top up at CPW yesterday; might be wrong though.

jaybear88

Doessn't "their" mean "belonging to" and "there" mean "location", making … Doessn't "their" mean "belonging to" and "there" mean "location", making the correction correct? Not going to patronise, would rather learn from my own mistakes :).



The guy put "its" instead of "it's" while correcting somebody. At least neither of them said "I brought a galaxy ace from the shop". That one gets on my nerves.

From what I understand, the judge in Holland will have his decision overturned pretty quickly so I doubt there will be a significant price cut because of the patent dispute. They still have the galaxy tab 10.1 on sale in the U.K despite Apple's win because of doctored evidence in Germany. I don't really know the specifics of the case but apple usually try to get ill informed judges in regional courts to rule on stuff like this. I am looking forward to the day when google turn around and say "we have found out that Motorola (whom we recently aquired) actually have a patent that will cover all mobile phones. From now on you will need to pay us £500 for every handset you manufacture". That would serve Apple right.

davestavros

The guy put "its" instead of "it's" while correcting somebody. At least … The guy put "its" instead of "it's" while correcting somebody. At least neither of them said "I brought a galaxy ace from the shop". That one gets on my nerves. From what I understand, the judge in Holland will have his decision overturned pretty quickly so I doubt there will be a significant price cut because of the patent dispute. They still have the galaxy tab 10.1 on sale in the U.K despite Apple's win because of doctored evidence in Germany. I don't really know the specifics of the case but apple usually try to get ill informed judges in regional courts to rule on stuff like this. I am looking forward to the day when google turn around and say "we have found out that Motorola (whom we recently aquired) actually have a patent that will cover all mobile phones. From now on you will need to pay us £500 for every handset you manufacture". That would serve Apple right.



Ahh, I just assumed the "its" scenario was a mistake from the OP (I also double tapped the "S" key so I'm glad I didn't get on a high horse )

Totally agree, this s**t slinging match in the courts is a pathetic route to go down by anyones judgement, millions spent on rediculous "you can't use 2 fingers on a touchscreen as that was my idea" patents rather than actually developing products. If someone can't see that the consumer (apple and android) is going to suffer from this, they are a mindless idiot.

Edited by: "jaybear88" 25th Aug 2011

not expired, i'm a complete numpty and clicked wrong link. sorry.
don't know how to put it right.

I would say this is a comparable deal through Quidco if you don't mind a 24 month contract:

Samsung Galaxy Ace FREE from £10.21 (was free from £20.42, save over £240) with 600 mins, 500 text and booster plus £40 cashback, effectively means you get this phone for under £9 per month.

quidco.com/t-m…le/

scarface77

Actually the price is £149.95 if you have a pay as you go sim card on T … Actually the price is £149.95 if you have a pay as you go sim card on T Mobile


or on 02 or Orange pay as you go for six months and at least 20p in it. it does not have to be on your name

loopy_lew

True but to upgrade the 2.3 phones to 3.0 they would have to recall all … True but to upgrade the 2.3 phones to 3.0 they would have to recall all the 2.3 phones. I really can't see them doing this, they are more likely to sell them off at a reduced price.



Stop your uninformed scaremongering. All Samsung have to do is an OTA update or an update via Kies (They will probably make their own gallery app) Once they've put that update out they are safe - it's up to users to update their phones.

Edited by: "LawA" 25th Aug 2011

get the quidco deal 24mths after cashback is £8.54 mthly inc galaxy ace...

Top 20 hot offers
1
Free Samsung Galaxy Ace less than £9p/m
Expires in 6 days
Samsung Galaxy Ace FREE from £10.21 (was free from £20.42, save over £240) with 600 mins, 500 text and booster plus £40 cashback, effectively means you get this phone for under £9 per month. (hide details)
Details
- Samsung Galaxy Ace FREE from £10.21 (was free from £20.42, save over £240 over 2 years), plus get a free booster, such as unlimited data, and earn £40 cashback.
- Effectively you'll pay just £8.54 per month for a 24-month contract.
- This offer is only available through Quidco.
- This offer/voucher code was correct at the time of publishing.
- It is important that you check your order summary before purchasing.
- In the event that the offer/voucher code does not work please refer to our help pages.
- Discount can not be applied to your order after you have made your purchase.
- The retailer reserves the right to change or terminate this offer at any time

is it worth upgrading from Orange San Francisco (ZTE Blade)?

siqass

is it worth upgrading from Orange San Francisco (ZTE Blade)?



If anything the Ace is a downgrade. A real mid level phone with a 2007 320x480 display. Decent price but no OSF, though I'd rather orally entertain a tramp before buying anything from Phones 4 U.

Edited by: "gunark" 25th Aug 2011

LawA

Stop your uninformed scaremongering. All Samsung have to do is an OTA … Stop your uninformed scaremongering. All Samsung have to do is an OTA update or an update via Kies (They will probably make their own gallery app) Once they've put that update out they are safe - it's up to users to update their phones.



I'm not scaremongering. I'm actually advising poeple to buy the phones with 2.3 but wait untill closer to the injunction date. Samsung will issue an update but shops will not be able to update the phones on the shelves, therfore they will be unable to sell them, so they will sell them off cheap while they can.

Banned

good price, any reviews?

jeff681

Their! Its Their! Not there.



Your definately correct!

piginabox

Your definately correct!


You're definitely baiting him, right? oO

The price is £169.95 with the mandatory £10 top-up.
Besides, I already posted the deal 2 weeks ago
hotukdeals.com/dea…95/


shootist

I would say this is a comparable deal through Quidco if you don't mind a … I would say this is a comparable deal through Quidco if you don't mind a 24 month contract:Samsung Galaxy Ace FREE from £10.21 (was free from £20.42, save over £240) with 600 mins, 500 text and booster plus £40 cashback, effectively means you get this phone for under £9 per month.http://www.quidco.com/t-mobile/



Yeah, like i already said in post 16!!

nigelbutler

get the quidco deal 24mths after cashback is £8.54 mthly inc galaxy … get the quidco deal 24mths after cashback is £8.54 mthly inc galaxy ace...Top 20 hot offers1 Free Samsung Galaxy Ace less than £9p/mExpires in 6 daysSamsung Galaxy Ace FREE from £10.21 (was free from £20.42, save over £240) with 600 mins, 500 text and booster plus £40 cashback, effectively means you get this phone for under £9 per month. (hide details)Details- Samsung Galaxy Ace FREE from £10.21 (was free from £20.42, save over £240 over 2 years), plus get a free booster, such as unlimited data, and earn £40 cashback.- Effectively you'll pay just £8.54 per month for a 24-month contract.- This offer is only available through Quidco.- This offer/voucher code was correct at the time of publishing.- It is important that you check your order summary before purchasing.- In the event that the offer/voucher code does not work please refer to our help pages.- Discount can not be applied to your order after you have made your purchase.- The retailer reserves the right to change or terminate this offer at any time



Again, read post 16, would have saved you the trouble!

If you are willing to go down the redemption route you can get an unlocked Galaxy Ace for £5 a month for 12 months making it £60 from mobiles.co.uk. Included are the calls, txts and data, if you are willing to email a few bills off now and then it has to be the bargain of the year.

greg_68

If you are willing to go down the redemption route you can get an … If you are willing to go down the redemption route you can get an unlocked Galaxy Ace for £5 a month for 12 months making it £60 from mobiles.co.uk. Included are the calls, txts and data, if you are willing to email a few bills off now and then it has to be the bargain of the year.



you're quite right -

hotukdeals.com/dea…733

£170ish incl, the mandatory £10 topup.

You can sell the boxset for £20 bringing price down to £150. The holiday voucher is from some holiday company called icelolly. ???WHO??? I wouldn't go for any unknown holiday arrangers as they muck up your holiday. So, the £50 voucher is pointless.

loopy_lew

Galaxy S and ACE will drop in price dramaticilly once the ban comes into … Galaxy S and ACE will drop in price dramaticilly once the ban comes into force.


So something becoming rarer and harder to get makes it less expensive?

Samsung aren't quitting the market in the way that HP did, so don't expect a similar "fire sale".

loopy_lew

but shops will not be able to update the phones on the shelves, therfore … but shops will not be able to update the phones on the shelves, therfore they will be unable to sell them, so they will sell them off cheap while they can.


Nonsense. Shops will be allowed to sell off existing stock.

The extent of the practical consequences of this ruling is still unclear … The extent of the practical consequences of this ruling is still unclear for a host of reasons. First, Samsung is appealing the ruling, claiming the ’order was issued without any hearing or presentation of evidence from Samsung’. Second, stores are not prevented from selling their existing stock of devices.


LINK

Arther

You're definitely baiting him, right? oO


Right ;-)
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