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Samsung Galaxy S I9000 8GB - £239.90 @ Mobiles.co.uk (+ Possible £6 Quidco)
Samsung Galaxy S I9000 8GB - £239.90 @ Mobiles.co.uk (+ Possible £6 Quidco)

Samsung Galaxy S I9000 8GB - £239.90 @ Mobiles.co.uk (+ Possible £6 Quidco)

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Includes 10 pound top-up Orange Network
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Original Poster Banned

I searched for it here. But that one was expired. The other was e2save - out of date as price back to 299ish. Not sure so I posted it. If it's duplicated, please ignore the post.

I beg your pardon you are absolutely right. Deal was at e2save and went up today to £299. This deal is probably the cheapest now, but the price is £249.90 because of mandatory top up

great phone, just ditch the sammy rom and get a good custom rom from xda or modaco.

madmackem

great phone, just ditch the sammy rom and get a good custom rom from xda … great phone, just ditch the sammy rom and get a good custom rom from xda or modaco.



Apparently doing this will void the warranty. Do you know whether it's possible to restore it to factory settings (ie making it undetectable that the phone had been previously modified)?

Don't know why this is getting so cold.

OK. The price doesn't include the mandatory £10 top-up (£249 total on Orange network), but it's still a great price for a great phone.

Don't need it, and even though it's not a San Francisco (unbelievable I know)... heat added.

[/quote]Apparently doing this will void the warranty. Do you know whether it's possible to restore it to factory settings (ie making it undetectable that the phone had been previously modified)?[/quote]

yes it is i did it before i think it was volume down and power button on start up, but just double check with xda forum.

dont count on cashback via quidco.....still waiting since december for cash back from another purchase...

robot1000

Apparently doing this will void the warranty. Do you know whether it's … Apparently doing this will void the warranty. Do you know whether it's possible to restore it to factory settings (ie making it undetectable that the phone had been previously modified)?



In order to install custom ROM's you need to root the phone. So you just flash the original firmware back on and un-root it I suppose.

is this sold locked or unlocked ?

colonel

is this sold locked or unlocked ?



Taken from the website:

Unlocked Handset will work on any network

Was thinking of ordering, then found this....

reviewcentre.com/rev…tml

Seems most of the recent reviews are very poor. Does anyone have experience of this company ?

Oops, more here....ciao.co.uk/Rev…r/2

Caveat Emptor methinks

Northerndave

Was thinking of ordering, then found … Was thinking of ordering, then found this....[url=http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews106127.html]http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews106127.html[/url]Seems most of the recent reviews are very poor. Does anyone have experience of this company ?



It's run by the carphone warehouse, so I wouldn't be too worried

gone up in price now

£229.90 now!
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