HTC One X Deals

HTC One X Deals

by stephanienorman on ‎10-05-2012 08:00 - last edited on ‎26-01-2014 22:34 by anthony_c

Today, in our third and final comparison we look running a HTC One X with a £10 giffgaff goodybag versus similar contract deals with other networks.

 

Take a look at the chart below to see how much you could save over 24 months.

 

 

HTC One X with giffgaff 1 month bundles v 24 month contracts

 

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As well as working out cheaper, there are many benefits to giffgaff goodybags

•Control exactly how much you spend
•Change your goodybag monthly depending on your call behaviour
•No contractual obligations
•No termination fee
•Can be used by those unable to take out a contract (i.e. under 18)

If you have a handset that is network locked,  find out about unlocking your HTC One X or find out the top 5 places to buy an unlocked handset.

 

 

*£449.99 HTC One X available from Amazon. (Prices will vary according to retailer).  

Information and comparisons on additional handsets, can be found at PAYGvsContract.com.

 

 

Comments
by poshkus on ‎10-05-2012 08:52

Sorry of my bad English, but I think that you should work it out with goodybag15 and use other retail shops as www.dialaphone.co.uk there are 12 month contracts, I think it is wrong what you calculated. I agree if you have a phone this network is best, but if you need a top range new phone, I thing the price will come very high, it is my opinion

by n317 on ‎10-05-2012 09:03

Interesting Tesco has come out so cheap again albeit with a lot less data... For me buying a phone out right and then going with GG definately works out more cost effective. As I have said in previous posts I love having the option of not using for a month and not having to pay.

 

@poshkus I just looked on Dialaphone for a HTC One X on a 12 month contract and it costs more, only by £10 but with a 500MB limit on data, unlimited txts and 300 mins.... Thats with Vodafone where you would have to pay for 0800 numbers too, which could potentially add a lot more cost. All down to what suits you best in the end tho.

by hurders on ‎10-05-2012 12:41

True tesco area cheapest but as said, you don't have the flexibility of being able to wither pick a goodybag or go with the pay & go option at anytime throughout which giffgaff gives you.

by aadil786 on ‎10-05-2012 16:49

Giffgaff is the BEST!!!!!!!

:smileywink:

by stealthybigboss on ‎10-05-2012 17:25
nice phone
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