T-Mobile G2 Touch (same as HTC Hero) £19.99 plus £20/m inc 3GB net @ BuyMobilePhones
T-Mobile G2 Touch (same as HTC Hero) £19.99  plus £20/m inc 3GB net @ BuyMobilePhones

T-Mobile G2 Touch (same as HTC Hero) £19.99 plus £20/m inc 3GB net @ BuyMobilePhones

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The phone (T-mobiles name for the HTC Hero):
T-Mobile G2 Touch Black
3.2 inch Touchscreen HTC Sense UI Intelligent Message Threading 7.2Mbps HSDPA & 2MBPS HSUPA Fast Internet Wi-Fi (b/g) A-GPS MicroSD Compatible A2DP Bluetooth

The contract:
T-Mobile Combi 15 + Web n Walk Plus for G-Series
300 cross-network mins + Unlimited texts + 3GB allowance for Web browsing & Emails 24 months
Worry-free Surfing


Don't know why anyone's voting cold, looks like a good deal to me. :thinking:

Tempted but I don't like being locked into a contract for more than 18 months. Don't forget Quidco at £25. :thumbsup:

I've had one a couple of months. On the whole great gadget. However can't open up websites that use flash 8, extremely heavy on the juice and the camera borders on useless especially under artificial light. Personally hate 24 month contracts. Got mine on sporadic tmobile offer 800mins x net, unlimited internet an 18 months for £22:50

Great phone but yes does have its limitations. Using it now to create this post while I'm out shopping at lakeside.

24 month contract = cold.


you get offered an iphone or g2 for £5

well if that ever happens i would consider it obviously.

I voted this deal cold purely because the length of contract involved so that is what i put down.

I would think this 12 month deal is much better



As stated above, I'm not a fan of 24 month deals. However, an extra £15 per month for a contract with less texts and a much lower internet allowance is not imo worth it simply for a shorter contract.

I'm another anti 24 monther.... Half the phones released these days just manage to survive a year, let alone 2 years.

I still have a nokia 3210 (I think... The paint's worn off) that works well but all since have had faults, batteries have conked out or needed some sort of attention... Two years = Too long!
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