Phone help needed.....

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Found 25th May 2008
My current mobile contract runs out in a few weeks and I am looking at new phones.

Does anyone have any advice on what phones are good at the moment?

I would preferably like something with has wifi, apart from that I need bluetooth, not so worried about huge memory as I have an ipod, anything after that is probably a bonus.

All help greatfully received.

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ring your present supplier and ask for better deal if they say there isn't one ask for disconnections and you will be given a better deal

I was on a £35.00 contract with Orange, phonrd disconnections and after a short talk got the deal for £20.00, with a limited choice of new phones.

1. call your current provider and say you want a good offer or you will leave them, they always give a cheap offer first but say that another company is giving you a better offer (which many will be actually) argue for abit and then they will give you a better offer. they always do. if the offer is in cashback rewards, make sure you ask for written proof to be sent to your house
2.unless your current provider can give you a very good deal always use a chasback reward website like e2save.com as you can save tons of money rather than paying the full prices.
use e2save.com they are better then other companies in cashback rewards
3. always go via quidco
4. if your confuded about which phone then use [url]www.mobdeals.com[/url] which search phones and best prices. its a very good search engine for mobile deals
5. dont take the first offer the shove in your face and good luck mate

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1. call your current provider and say you want a good offer or you will … 1. call your current provider and say you want a good offer or you will leave them, they always give a cheap offer first but say that another company is giving you a better offer (which many will be actually) argue for abit and then they will give you a better offer. they always do. if the offer is in cashback rewards, make sure you ask for written proof to be sent to your house2.unless your current provider can give you a very good deal always use a chasback reward website like e2save.com as you can save tons of money rather than paying the full prices. use e2save.com they are better then other companies in cashback rewards3. always go via quidco4. if your confuded about which phone then use [url]www.mobdeals.com[/url] which search phones and best prices. its a very good search engine for mobile deals5. dont take the first offer the shove in your face and good luck mate



Thanks a million for all the help, especially mobdeals!
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