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HTC Desire 650 Like New - £75 at O2 Shop
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Arctic Blue. 2Gb RAM 16Gb storage. NFC. Marshmallow. + 5 inch screen + Looks like a weedy battery at 2200 mA O2 nearly new devices are excellent in my experience
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bertiebasset13 h, 46 m ago

You must check one of the tariffs to proceed to the next page (PAYG …You must check one of the tariffs to proceed to the next page (PAYG Classic is a good one to choose, same as 3's 3-2-1 these days), but final checkout page will only ask you to pay the advertised phone price, exclusive of any top-up charges.Then when the phone arrives, it will also come with a SIM card already set up for that tariff you chose but with zero balance on it.It's then entirely up to you whether you choose to top up that card (minimum £10 as you say), use any O2 or GiffGaff card you already have, or get the phone unlocked.


Thanks, I'll give that a whirl.
Murts4 h, 19 m ago

How do you buy without a tariff? I can't seem to checkout without at least …How do you buy without a tariff? I can't seem to checkout without at least a £10 topup.



You must check one of the tariffs to proceed to the next page (PAYG Classic is a good one to choose, same as 3's 3-2-1 these days), but final checkout page will only ask you to pay the advertised phone price, exclusive of any top-up charges.

Then when the phone arrives, it will also come with a SIM card already set up for that tariff you chose but with zero balance on it.

It's then entirely up to you whether you choose to top up that card (minimum £10 as you say), use any O2 or GiffGaff card you already have, or get the phone unlocked.
HTC Desire HD! That was a good afternoon coming home from phones4u, remember them?
Andyzxyk4 h, 15 m ago

No topup required. I bought several from O2 site, new and like new. Quick …No topup required. I bought several from O2 site, new and like new. Quick delivery and in good nick. Only had one get lost in the post which O2 reimburst quickly.


How do you buy without a tariff? I can't seem to checkout without at least a £10 topup.
decent camera?
but bad battery life? and not great screen?
nice looking phone imho
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HTC Desire 10 Pro D10i 64GB 4GB 20MP Cam - £155.99 delivered from eglobalcentral
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A mid-range phone with a good camera - this seems to tick all the boxes and comes in cheaper than its competitors for a phone with plenty of on-board storage and a decent processor… Read more
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Now £149.99 (before discounts)
Is this based in China etc? Any risk of import charge etc? Thanks
how long will last this deals?....on this phone for example?
not everyone would appreciate GPU Mali-T860MP2
but good finding tho!
2% quidco as well. Been looking at 2nd hand S6's on Ebay and most going at this price even though, scratched screens and well used. Decided after reading a couple of reviews this is a better option for me. Thanks OP
Xbox One S 1TB Assassin's Creed Origins Bonus Bundle £229.99 Argos
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They had this deal in asda too
Thanks op😁
You can also get this with Fallout 4 for free - check the special offers
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I've got some nice images of me and this lass I used to go out with. She left me because I play video games. I'm still here. Sadly, so is she, in most of the images where I look pr… Read more
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Thanks. I will have a try. Heat added.
HTC Desire 10 Pro D10i 64GB 4G 4GB Ram - White - £160.99 from Tobydeals.com
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- 64Gb, 4GB RAM, microSD - 5.5" IPS LCD,1920 x 1080 pixels, 400 ppi - 20 Mpixels Rear Camera - 13 Mpixels Front Camera - Bluetooth: 4.2 - Wifi IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n - 3000 mAh
Just to update that the phone turned up Thursday, no issues with customs etc. Sealed unit all ok and must say very happy with the phone and my son is even happier seeing as it's his now!
Free shipping other costs are Insurance but pay with a CC then no issues for claim.

TCB 2.1%

Well timed op thanks for posting
May cost up to £70 to return an item?

£20 shipping fee plus £50 restocking fee?
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HTC Desire 10 Pro D10i 64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED 4G 4GB Ram - White CODE: CMOBHTC00213 £169.99 EGLOBAL UK
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£ 164.99 with EGLOBAL BACK TO SCHOOL DISCOUNT £ 5 which is applied by default GSMARENA says it has NFC but not mentioned in specs - MediaTek® Helio™ P10 - 64Gb, 4GB RAM, mic… Read more
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sam_of_london1 h, 23 m ago

Who said the photo is a lie . Even if it was fake,I have no way to …Who said the photo is a lie . Even if it was fake,I have no way to verify. All I know is you need carrier aggregation to get fast speeds . And for carrier aggregation to work, you need more bands . That is how EE proved their network is capable of Gigabit internet speed in Wembley Stadium using the Sony Xperia Premium which has Cat 16 LTE and B20 band . Other than that lower frequency bands like 800/B20 are better for mobile as they can penetrate hard to reach places. In America they use the 700 band for 4G for the same reason .

You're obsessed. Give it a break with the band 20.
sam_of_london6th Sep

No B20 in Lenovo P2 . Go and live in China to get full signal. Also better …No B20 in Lenovo P2 . Go and live in China to get full signal. Also better camera in HTC 20 Mpixels Rear Camera & 13 Mpixels Front Camera


Actually p2a42 is a global version, available in UK. Has B20 and works on 4G just fine. Battery size is a killer feature in my experience. If you want a killer camera, buy a camera. These megapixel counts mean very little so don't expect Stella photos from either phone. But 12h of heavy usage screen on time and a charge every 2 days is pretty unbeatable in this price point. Maybe you are an htc fanboy, but there really are better phones than this for similar money. Your concern about band20 is a little obsessive...
sam_of_london15 m ago

Who said the photo is a lie . Even if it was fake,I have no way to …Who said the photo is a lie . Even if it was fake,I have no way to verify. All I know is you need carrier aggregation to get fast speeds . And for carrier aggregation to work, you need more bands . That is how EE proved their network is capable of Gigabit internet speed in Wembley Stadium using the Sony Xperia Premium which has Cat 16 LTE and B20 band . Other than that lower frequency bands like 800/B20 are better for mobile as they can penetrate hard to reach places. In America they use the 700 band for 4G for the same reason .


I don't like to use the term 'LOL' because I'm not 12, but I am actually laughing out loud.
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badboyofrock10 m ago

The photograph doesn't lie, my friend.

Who said the photo is a lie . Even if it was fake,I have no way to verify. All I know is you need carrier aggregation to get fast speeds . And for carrier aggregation to work, you need more bands . That is how EE proved their network is capable of Gigabit internet speed in Wembley Stadium using the Sony Xperia Premium which has Cat 16 LTE and B20 band . Other than that lower frequency bands like 800/B20 are better for mobile as they can penetrate hard to reach places. In America they use the 700 band for 4G for the same reason .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 7th Sep 2017
sam_of_london9 m ago

Keep on dreaming.

The photograph doesn't lie, my friend.
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HTC DESIRE 650 on o2 PAYG - £89.99
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Summer Sale, £60 off, no topup needed, unlocking codes from £1.35 via ebay 2GB/16GB Version, single SIM Dimensions 146.9 x 70.9 x 8.4 mm (5.78 x 2.79 x 0.33 in) Weight 140 g (4.… Read more
Wotsits999 is it that they can't unlock the phone because your phone has a specific IMEI number .... it's in a IMEI number range that they can't unlock ??
Has anyone managed to get this phone unlocked?

I've tried a couple of sites on ebay but nobody seems to be able to get the the unlock code?

Any ideas?
CPWH were trying to flog my lad an M7 32GB red handset for £87.50 the other day. Lots of old stock knocking around apparently..
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MrAlbert6 h, 58 m ago

Buy online and collect in-store. They provide a SIM with the phone but …Buy online and collect in-store. They provide a SIM with the phone but you don't have to top it up then and there, so don't.


You buy online, choose 10£ bundle tariff( it s just tariff name, you don't have to pay for top-up) and opt for home delivery
OB12 h, 13 m ago

Probably obvious, but you'll be best looking second hand at that price.



Totally agree, something like the HTC M7 will blitz this.
HTC Desire 530 Like New O2 Refresh - £57.99
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HTC Desire 530 Like New O2 Refresh Go for the 500MB deal with £9.99 upfront and £13 monthly Airtime - £11 Device plan - £2 The phone element of contract is £2/month x 24 = £48 plu… Read more
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69.99 on pay as u go
They haven't had these for months. They advertise it but it's OOS
reddeviluk

Big risk for such a cheap phone....



Agree
Big risk for such a cheap phone....
says "out of stock"
HTC Desire 626 Like New £79.99 from O2.
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HTC Desire 626 Like New 79.99£ from O2. nice smart phone descent price.
Taksim_Red

I had an HTC Sensation XE once. The battery would constantly overheat and … I had an HTC Sensation XE once. The battery would constantly overheat and the handset would switch itself off. Sent it away for repair but it didn't fix the problem. I ended up replacing it with something else in the end.It may have been a couple of years ago but it was the most expensive phone I've bought and turned out to be a right let down. So regretted not getting the S2 at the time.In conclusion it was a bad experience with a very unreliable phone.



​I've never even heard of the Sensation, not a flagship phone I take it?
ktbffh

Terrible unreliable comment. They only make good phones.



LOL by all means believe what you want to believe.

I once read an article someone, who used to work in the internal design department of a phone manufacturer, open up some phones from major player in the market including HTC, checking how the small components, wires etc are put together, from an expert aspect of view. Unfortunately compared to Samsung which is still the best android phone maker and iphone, the best phone maker hardware-wise, the way how HTC put together a phone barely seems like a professional manufacturer.
Rhythmeister

​The One M8 and M9 are fantastic phones! You get what you pay for



I had an HTC Sensation XE once. The battery would constantly overheat and the handset would switch itself off. Sent it away for repair but it didn't fix the problem. I ended up replacing it with something else in the end.

It may have been a couple of years ago but it was the most expensive phone I've bought and turned out to be a right let down. So regretted not getting the S2 at the time.

In conclusion it was a bad experience with a very unreliable phone.
yulu91

Terrible phone maker, unreliable products



Terrible unreliable comment. They only make good phones.
Edited by: "ktbffh" 11th Jan 2017
Never again I had the HTC One Mini worst phone I've ever owned. Laggy and kept freezing. Loved my previous phone though the HTC Evo 3D though
HTC Desire 530 Refurb Grade A £59.99 @ o2
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Good budget phone at a bargain price. No top up needed. On Argos and very for £149.99. https://www.o2.co.uk/shop/tariff/htc/desire-530-like-new/?productId=d3b93aac-d809-4990-883… Read more
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very slow, poor screen quality.
Purchased the phone and its perfect for standard everyday use. A little slow to respond at times but nothing to pull your hair out about!

Very happy....
SonoftheSun

​Genuine question, is it slow compared with the likes of S7? Or slower t … ​Genuine question, is it slow compared with the likes of S7? Or slower than the Moto E 3rd gen ?



Its slower than the Moto G 3rd in general operation. Apps open slower and web pages can take a long time to complete.
spamalia

would I be able to buy this and out a giff gaff sim in it. Thanks for … would I be able to buy this and out a giff gaff sim in it. Thanks for help.


This will be fine - GiffGaff SIMs work in O2 network-locked phones.
HTC desire 626 £89.99 PAYG @ O2
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Only ever had one HTC mobile...the awful 510 which sort of puts me off going for another HTC. However this looks a decent price for anyone about to buy the 626. I'm guessing it'… Read more
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Where do you buy pants with pockets? I want some!
They will be locked but a quick search on eBay would suggest its easy. Sainsbury's phone shop have them for £99 on three
Are these locked to o2, if so are they easy to unlock.
My unlocked version got the marshmallow update earlier this year.
One issue I had was flex in the frame, it looks mostly plastic and I cracked the screen when I had the phone in my pants pocket and the frame bent.
For £90 though it's not a bad phone.
I can find a few mentions but no concrete proof. Was hoping someone could confirm.
m.gsmarena.com/and…php

HTC desire 530 on o2 for £69.99
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Htc desire 530, blue lagoon, 16gb. Upfront cost 69.99 on o2 website
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htc make poor phones wouldnt bother thats why o2 always have them on sale
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Yeah I think its locked to o2 but if by any chance your on giffgaff network I Think it'll work in a o2 phone:
Are this locked on o2?
that huge battery though!
I had this phone and every thing was good apart it was not loud enough for me when ringing
got it £75 from CPW
HTC DESIRE 530 16GB £75 PAYG (PLUS 10 TOPUP) £85 @ VODAFONE
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Picked this up in-store in Northern Ireland for a work phone , also online . Can't find it cheaper anywhere else Key Features Android 6.0 5" HD Screen Android OS 16GB Memory… Read more
diamondgeezer1990

Does this have NFC?


Yes.
Snapdragon 210?
Does this have NFC?
knobbly

What version of Android does this have (doesn't seem to be stated on the … What version of Android does this have (doesn't seem to be stated on the Vodafone website.


I have one of these as a work phone, mine is currently running Marshmallow
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donslibi

Thanks, here's a link in case others benefit from … Thanks, here's a link in case others benefit from it:http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/Unlock-Code-Sim-Network-Unlock-Pin-HTC-Desire-530-EE-Vodafone-Tesco-o2-Talk-Talk-/221365946705



​Android 6.0
HTC desire 825 for £166 @ bhsdirect!
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Cheapest I've seen it. I know its not much bang for buck type of thing but I miss seeing capacitive buttons on a HTC handset. I probably don't say this enough but hey this deal isn… Read more
Maybe bhs direct sells electrical. Bhs direct has the same bhs logo as bhs.co.uk.
BHS?
sam_of_london

Bhs? Thought Bhs closed down already.



​The website or bhs.co.uk was sold so it still lives on but only in the interweb.
Crumbs it's got a snapdragon 400 in it!
Way overpriced for the specs. My old LG G2 (Worth about £70 now,) would cream this.
HTC Desire 626, 16Gb - Blue £129.99 @ Very spread payment over 6 months
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0 Send this product to a friend via Gmail MPN: 99HADP030-00 EAN: 2724299809455 The great value HTC Desire 626 gives you looks, performance and style. Immerse yourself with the 5 … Read more
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oldsheppy

coming up £159 now


Sorry it was bank holiday Monday deal of the day
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4Real2016

You can get this on o2 PAYG for £109 new (its a flash sale ends … You can get this on o2 PAYG for £109 new (its a flash sale ends tomorrow), or £99.99 like new.


That's true but it's ideal for me as I can spread the payment over six months
You can get this on o2 PAYG for £109 new (its a flash sale ends tomorrow), or £99.99 like new.
coming up £159 now
ibblackberry1

Much RAM does it have?


2gb of RAM according to the HTC website.
HTC desire 530 (brand new) £7.50 p/m @ mobilephonesdirect £240 before CB
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not for everyone but this seems a legit price for a really good handset. Deal includes: 500 mins 5000 texts 1 GB data For full specs check this http://m.gsmarena.com h… Read more
I eventually cancel my new contract with Vodafone for this one.
I think this deal deserve more heat, although not exactly the same deal that I took.
I took the 8pcm (after CB) for 2000 mins, 5000 text, and 4 gb data, combined with quidco £30.
If all being well, that means the cost is 8 * 24 - 30 - 70 (for selling the phone onto direct websites. might get more on ebay) / 24 months = £3.833 / month for 2000 mins and 4gb data.
I think that is an excellent deal!
EE have been selling this for £99 on their eBay shop this week. No top up & free p&p. The £15 off £75 PayPal code would've brought it down further if you were lucky.

Would never buy in a 2 yr contract though
With a SD210 this is very much an entry level phone.
There are better phones out there at that price or lower - on the very website u can get a Moto G 3rd Gen or a Moto E 2nd gen with a better SD410 at a similar price
Cold, worse in everyway than my aging HTC One M8 and could easily be bought for around £100 on eBay. This should def be sub £200
actually the deal is not a bad one tbh but I would personally pick the £8 pcm with 2000 mins + 4 gb data. that is sufficient for me and I get the phone as the bonus.
Refurbished Htc desire 626 from o2 direct £79
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Htc desire refurbished 626 from o2 16 GB and 2 GB Ram Good phone from a reputed brand and for £79 I believe its a very good price. I believe it can be unlock free of cost by reque… Read more
No stock. No use!
Don't think this is available anywhere.
this phone was out of stock 10 days ago for home delivery...
None near work in Canary wharf or home in Haywards Heath
seems to be out of stock . no stock near Southampton
HTC DESIRE 626 5" on O2 PYG £99.99
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Another price drop on o2 website, also Grade A refurbished for £79.99. Unlocking codes from £1.20. 2% cashback from Quidco available
Bought this phone a couple of days ago after my Galaxy S4 broke. It's the first budget smartphone I've bought and I'm very impressed with it for the price.

For anyone unlocking to use on EE you may need to go into Mobile Network Settings and put in the access point names for EE in order to use mobile data. They can be found here apn-uk.gishan.net/set…php
winchman

UK HTC website says snapdragon 410, which given the price would seem … UK HTC website says snapdragon 410, which given the price would seem right.



Maybe PhoneArena is wrong then, was surprised it was the same.

Was a big fan of HTC, had a Desire S. When I was looking to update I looked first at HTC but was really dissappointed with the price vs spec compared to others. Ended up with an LG G2.
UK HTC website says snapdragon 410, which given the price would seem right.
mike_the_tv

Are you sure, according to PhoneArena they have the same CPU: Qualcomm … Are you sure, according to PhoneArena they have the same CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 8909 Quad-core, 1100 MHz, ARM Cortex-A7



GSM Arena has the 626 with a SD410, so not sure. Comparing the two with the Moto G (16GB/2GB), I would go for the Moto G with water resistant, no bloatware and bigger battery

gsmarena.com/com…247
Edited by: "deanoh11" 30th Apr 2016
superfreddy

​626 is better. Better cpu and camera



Are you sure, according to PhoneArena they have the same CPU:
Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 8909 Quad-core, 1100 MHz, ARM Cortex-A7

Edited by: "mike_the_tv" 30th Apr 2016
HTC Desire 626 - £129 @ Sainsburys Online
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Bargain!
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chancooluk

It's on Three, so it should already be unlocked. Although it will … It's on Three, so it should already be unlocked. Although it will probably be branded in some way (some pre-installed Three apps...etc).The headline specs for this handset:5" TFT 720p DisplaySnapdragon 410 Quad Core @ 1.2Ghz2GB RAM (1GB RAM for the Mediatek variant, not for the UK)13MP Camera5MP Front Camera2000mah Battery16GB StorageMy experience of using the phone was that it is functional, but nothing exciting. It falls short on performance, which is noticeably worse than the 3rd Gen Moto G (even the 1GB variant). Also, the 13MP camera is absolutely dreadful when compared to the Moto G 3rd, with high levels of noise and/or noise reduction, poor dynamic range and poor white balance. Even the photos I took in good lighting conditions were ugly, dull, and lacking detail.



​Have to disagree. Much prefer this over the Moto G
on Three and OOS online
little_green

Hard to get unlocked?



It's on Three, so it should already be unlocked. Although it will probably be branded in some way (some pre-installed Three apps...etc).

The headline specs for this handset:
5" TFT 720p Display
Snapdragon 410 Quad Core @ 1.2Ghz
2GB RAM (1GB RAM for the Mediatek variant, not for the UK)
13MP Camera
5MP Front Camera
2000mah Battery
16GB Storage

My experience of using the phone was that it is functional, but nothing exciting. It falls short on performance, which is noticeably worse than the 3rd Gen Moto G (even the 1GB variant). Also, the 13MP camera is absolutely dreadful when compared to the Moto G 3rd, with high levels of noise and/or noise reduction, poor dynamic range and poor white balance. Even the photos I took in good lighting conditions were ugly, dull, and lacking detail.
superfreddy

1.5MB of RAM



Think you are living in the 1980s! Won't even switch on nowadays with only 1.5mb of ram lol!
Hard to get unlocked?
HTC Desire 530 (FREE) £12.50 p/m (effectively £8.19 p/m) 2GB data, 1000min, 5000txts, Talk Mobile @ Smartphonecompany (poss £72 cashback and £31.50 TCB)
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Good deal @ Smartphonecompany for HTC Desire 530: Talk Mobile 1000 minutes 5000 texts 2GB data FREE: HTC Desire 530 £12.50 p/m £72 redemption cash back therefore £9.50 p/m also… Read more
KAY_69

I contacted Vodafone to get a PAC code, I ended up being suckered into … I contacted Vodafone to get a PAC code, I ended up being suckered into another contract as they didn't want me to leave. This is what they gave me as a loyal customer.....Free Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo (in Gold)500min, unlimited texts, 2.5GB data (unlimited first 2 months)£10.20 p/m on 24 month contractI thought is was a good deal, but now I have two contracts



I've had Vodafone for 2 years, perfectly fine with everything. But with these guys never able to get good internet speed.
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Jiwani80

You won't be able to use their internet at all. That's my experience.



They use the Vodafone network right? I haven't had many problems with Vodafone thus far in terms of internet.
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I contacted Vodafone to get a PAC code, I ended up being suckered into another contract as they didn't want me to leave. This is what they gave me as a loyal customer.....

Free Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo (in Gold)
500min, unlimited texts, 2.5GB data (unlimited first 2 months)
£10.20 p/m on 24 month contract

I thought is was a good deal, but now I have two contracts
You won't be able to use their internet at all. That's my experience.
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