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what is the best deal avilable for getting a V1615 with vodafone?


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I had a vario III, but dont like the T mobile stuff, so I guess I will be switching to V1615.

I want something with a GPS, so I can either get a "normal phone" then a GPS PDA or just a Ttyn II.

Since I am likely to change phone every year, so I wondered if I should really get such an expensive phone.

But haveing everything in one is the best solution, and this will not only save space but I will actually use the function as well!

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I had a vario III, but dont like the T mobile stuff, so I guess I will be switching to V1615.

I want something with a GPS, so I can either get a "normal phone" then a GPS PDA or just a Ttyn II.

Since I am likely to change phone every year, so I wondered if I should really get such an expensive phone.

But haveing everything in one is the best solution, and this will not only save space but I will actually use the function as well!

Hmm, I would have thought that you could reflash the Vario III with a HTC ROM.

There are many deals on Voda - give their new customers line a ring or drop in at a local Voda shop. I got my 1615 for 50 quid up front with a 12 month 34.50 per month business tariff. You don't actually need to be running a business to get the tariff ;)

If you change phone every year, it makes sense to keep changing contracts or at least threaten to quit once your contract is up and see what your current provider's retentions dept offer you. Contracts are priced to pay for the phone anyway, so if you are out of your original contract period yet still continuing on that contract, you are just subsidising someone else's new handset. You should always go shopping for a new handset once you are free to do so. At the least you can eBay the new 'free' phone and make some money back.

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Hmm, I would have thought that you could reflash the Vario III with a HTC ROM.

There are many deals on Voda - give their new customers line a ring or drop in at a local Voda shop. I got my 1615 for 50 quid up front with a 12 month 34.50 per month business tariff. You don't actually need to be running a business to get the tariff ;)

If you change phone every year, it makes sense to keep changing contracts or at least threaten to quit once your contract is up and see what your current provider's retentions dept offer you. Contracts are priced to pay for the phone anyway, so if you are out of your original contract period yet still continuing on that contract, you are just subsidising someone else's new handset. You should always go shopping for a new handset once you are free to do so. At the least you can eBay the new 'free' phone and make some money back.

As I know the contracts are priced to pay for the phone , that's why it makes more sense to change a new phone every-year. However, If i should pay 35quid for a powerful phone everymonthfor 12 months, and have it change every year, or I should go for a "normal" phone and get a pda with GPS instead.

By getting a cheap, I could keep my monthly spending down, but keeping PDA, GPS and a phone all in one would make more sence.

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Guest knonist

Got the phone today (again....)

I am a new customer

here is the deal:

50quid for the phone, 35quid a month for 12 months (12 months contract), 6 months 1/2 price, Free delivery

not a bad deal...

Total cost of ownership= £375....sweet

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