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I’ve just agreed to acquire a new mobile phone.

I’ve been toying with the idea of getting a smartphone for a while, and tossing up whether to get an iPhone, or an android-based phone. I’m currently with T-Mobile, but I would prefer to be with Orange (I’ve irrationally loved Orange since before I owned a mobile phone, and even bought shares in them at one point).

The phone must also be a light saber

My needs for the phone:

  • makes calls
  • sends and receives text messages
  • stores contact details
  • alarm clock
  • operates as mp3 player / ipod replacement (lost the last one)
  • access to internet including gmail, twitter, facebook
  • decent mapping and ‘where’s nearest’
  • works in the USA
  • light saber app
  • shake app
  • prettiness

I don’t currently have an account with iTunes and have never owned an Apple product.

The phone must be free and the calls cheap

My needs for the deal are:

  • 50+ texts (I’m not a big texter)
  • 150+ minutes (the more the better)
  • unlimited internet use
  • £30 or less per month
  • free phone

Basically, I know what I want and how much I’m prepared to pay for it, and I just want the best-est, shiniest phone for the price. I’m also likely to be comfortable spending this amount per month for the next few years. I think I’ve been paying around £25-£30 a month for about the last 7 years already.

shopping around

I had a scout round the deals at Carphone Warehouse and Orange online. I also read as many reviews as I could. I found it difficult at first to work out which was likely to be the best Android phone, but the iPhone was easy to narrow down.

Basically, to get an iPhone 3GS, I need to either spend £45 a month, or spend £125 on the phone. Neither is acceptable, so I’m only looking at the iPhone 3G 8Mb. The best deal with a free phone happened to be Orange. It has:

  • 250 texts Anytime Any network
  • Unlimited Internet Anytime Any network
  • 150 minutes Anytime Same network

This is barely acceptable. And the reviews of the 3G phone seem to say that it’s slow because its an older version. But still, it’s pretty and shiny. In fact, it’s the prettiest and shiniest phone on the market.

For an Android phone, I considered:

  • HTC Hero
  • HTC Tattoo
  • Motorola Milestone
  • HTC Desire

This list was based on the reviews I found on the internet, and the phones that were available on Orange. All are available free, with unlimited text messages, unlimited internet and 400+ minutes for £30 a month. But I wanted to see what the phones are like in real life. And I was open to seeing any other phones.

When I hit the shops, I saw a couple of actual iPhones and decided that they are beautiful and the interface is straightforward. I also dismissed all the sliding keyboard models. Too clunky, too ugly and the keyboards were difficult to type on. I also decided that of the 3 HTC models, the Desire was the best. But none of the Android phones had actual demo models to play on.

I was collared by a sales assistant in one of the shops, which was a mixed blessing. I was subject to a hard sell. He tried to sell me a ‘deal’ of £35 or £45 a month, even though I explained that I don’t use that many minutes or texts a month. But he was friendly and I watched him demonstrate the HTC Desire. I didn’t get to play with it myself, but it looked nearly as intuitive to use as the iPhone.

In the end, I decided that the package on offer with the iPhone 3G wasn’t nearly as good as with the Desire. The Desire is second best to the iPhone in looks, but I could see myself running out of minutes with the iPhone sometimes. And I’d need to keep the older slower 3G phone for 2 years at least.

So, I went home to phone T-Mobile to get my PAC and switch to the HTC Desire on Orange. But, I was sweet-talked into staying with T-Mobile. With a 900 minute, 500 text messages, unlimited internet and 60 minutes of international calls package for £30 a month. I felt a bit uncomfortable about having been talked into staying. But thinking about it rationally, I’m getting exactly what I want, a better package. It’s a win-win for T-Mobile and me. Maybe I’ll switch to Orange next time.

I’m picking up my new phone tomorrow. Can’t wait.

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Discussion

126 comments for “Buying a smartphone”

  1. I recently went with an HTC HD2. Massive touchscreen, windows mobile which I haven’t had any problems with (it’s just windows…) and a 5MP camera with flash!

    The phone was free on Vodafone and I now have more minutes, more texts and unlimited internet for less than I was paying on Orange with an out of date Nokia.

    There are some great deals to be found. I used omio.com to find deals and offers.

    Posted by UKMoneyPot | April 30, 2010, 11:11 am
  2. Congratulations on the great deal!

    I’m hoping I can find a similar deal, the only difference is I’m a big texter. Had my phone for three years now and I think it’s time for a new one. Thanks for all the phone info too, was thinking of getting an iphone.

    Cheers!

    Matt

    Posted by Matt | May 1, 2010, 5:22 am
  3. I already pay Bell for home internet & I don’t see why I have to also pay for a data plan for the smart phone. I feel I would be paying twice for essentially the same service. Is there a way to use the same internet plan for both home & smartphone??

    Posted by Beaches Resorts | May 3, 2010, 2:44 pm
  4. I’ve got to admit I love my iPhone 3GS. I can’t really say it’s ‘worth’ the money, but I can’t imagine loving any other phone as much. It just makes everything sooo doable.

    Nice to see a post around here btw! :)

    Posted by Monevator | May 4, 2010, 8:43 pm
  5. very good articles for a newbie to smartphone.

    Posted by cane furniture | May 6, 2010, 6:11 am
  6. I purchased a Refurbished original 8g iphone from AT&T who mailed the phone to me. I used the jailbreak to unlock the phone before activating it via iTunes and then replaced the iphone SIM card with the one from my old phone. I do not have the data plan so when I’m not near a wireless access point I have no internet access but it kept my monthly costed from increasing.

    Posted by handmade beds | May 6, 2010, 8:44 am
  7. Yes, I’ve seen it…But the thing is Symbian is not for me now…am waiting for MeeGo or Android….they are the future.

    Posted by Helicopters | May 7, 2010, 10:43 am
  8. You seem to be making the right choice.. I would say stick to what you have decided. Though I have not used HTC desire but I like my Iphone a lot and i feel it cant get better.

    Posted by Instant Payday | May 10, 2010, 7:28 pm
  9. Always a joy to read your articles, and always learn something new! thumbs up!

    Posted by Soft | May 11, 2010, 1:38 pm
  10. This means the malware could have been loaded by a malicious employee or the phone could be a returned and refurbished unit not properly checked for malware before being re-issued.

    Posted by handmade beds | May 13, 2010, 10:04 am
  11. Apple has done everything perfectly well to gain that market share, I won’t be surprised if they overtook RIM and become a market leader in the coming years. I bet Nokia is no where to be seen.

    Posted by handmade beds | May 14, 2010, 10:17 am
  12. You can just buy a retail version of a smartphone you would like. A retail version means that the phone did not come from a Network Service Provider; like if you buy it in an Authorized Reseller. Once you have the phone, you can just put your SIM Card in and the contract/plan/service will apply in your phone.

    Posted by Helicopters | May 17, 2010, 6:03 am
  13. They don’t just put the phone in a box and let it roll around in there until you get it. It’ll come in it’s own box which is put in another box for shipping.

    Posted by Helicopters | May 19, 2010, 5:35 am
  14. The worst thing I did was change my Blackberry to an i-phone. I can’t get the thing to work properly and after having a BB for over 6 years I should have stuck to what I know best. Just shows you the power of advertising and marketing…

    Posted by Guarantor loans | May 20, 2010, 8:29 am
  15. I’m prepared to pay for it, and I just want the best-est, shiniest phone for the price. I’m also likely to be comfortable spending this amount per month for the next few years….

    Posted by Beaches Resorts | May 24, 2010, 6:19 am
  16. Good insights in the phone buying process. Thanks for sharing, I will be showing this to some of my staff.

    Posted by Phone Shop (UK) | May 26, 2010, 12:32 pm
  17. Technology changed the ways people communicate. Another revolution of technology that was brought in the field of communication is smartphones. There are number of smartphones and you can get details about smartphone information as well as it?s applications from net.

    Posted by Helicopters | May 28, 2010, 8:37 am
  18. yes, I’ve seen it…But the thing is Symbian is not for me now…am waiting for MeeGo or Android….they are the future….

    Posted by Helicopters | June 3, 2010, 9:34 am
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    Posted by stiven | June 8, 2010, 10:32 am
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  23. I’m prepared to pay for it, and I just want the best-est, shiniest telephone with the cost. I’m also likely being comfy investing this quantity per month with the next handful of years….

    Posted by generators | June 9, 2010, 7:20 am
  24. I’m ready to pay for it, and I just want the best-est, shiniest phone to the price tag. I’m also most likely to become secure investing this amount per month to the up coming few years….

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  25. wifi is a phone feature, it should work without any data plan. Data plans are more for email, web surfing etc. Use a wifi hotspot or unsecured network and surf away.

    Posted by Beaches Resorts | June 10, 2010, 11:10 am
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    Posted by cane furniture | June 14, 2010, 7:17 am
  27. yes, I’ve seen it…But the thing is Symbian is not for me now…am waiting for MeeGo or Android….they are the future….

    Posted by handmade beds | June 14, 2010, 8:24 am
  28. So what did you decide?

    Posted by Instant Payday | June 14, 2010, 5:48 pm
  29. Its high time handset manfacturers take consumer safety and security, very seriously

    Posted by handmade beds | June 17, 2010, 4:06 am
  30. There are so many choices now when it comes to smart phones, its hard to decide

    Posted by Beaches Resorts | June 18, 2010, 3:36 pm
  31. yes, I’ve seen it…But the thing is Symbian is not for me now…am waiting for MeeGo or Android….they are the future…

    Posted by handmade beds | June 22, 2010, 7:33 am
  32. Unfortunately Verizon likes to screw people and say you don’t need it, then poof, its on the bill. then when you call them and ask, they say it is REQUIRED for the phone, even though it is not, they just want more money.

    Posted by cane furniture | June 22, 2010, 8:56 am
  33. iPhone, Nokia etc…and this is comming from a person that is not a fan of PDA-like phone, i was always more of a SIMPLE phone user, that made calls and sent text msgs.

    Posted by Helicopters | June 22, 2010, 11:34 am
  34. Yes, the iPhone looks cool. It’s basically a thin, glassy rectangle with no buttons. Everything you do, from dialing, to navigating the Internet, to typing emails is done through the touch screen.

    Posted by Excel Tutorials | June 22, 2010, 3:58 pm
  35. You did well that you researched before buying a phone. It is better to look around first, inform yourself about all the offers, search on the Internet for review of the product you wish to buy and only after that to make the purchase.

    Posted by john | June 23, 2010, 1:19 pm
  36. Unfortunately Verizon likes to screw people and say you don’t need it, then poof, its on the bill. then when you call them and ask, they say it is REQUIRED for the phone, even though it is not, they just want more money.

    Posted by Helicopters | June 24, 2010, 5:50 am
  37. I already pay Bell for home internet and I don’t see why I have to also pay for a data plan for the smart phone. I feel I would be paying twice for essentially the same service..

    Posted by Beaches Resorts | June 29, 2010, 9:06 am
  38. Great choice in getting the HTC Desire, I picked up my Desire about 4 weeks ago and am really pleased with it. Better functionality than an iPhone and you are not paying for all that expensive point-of-sale marketing and television advertising, that pushes the price of iPhones up.

    Posted by John Suter | June 29, 2010, 9:21 pm
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    Posted by Helicopters | June 30, 2010, 4:50 am
  40. Can you get a smartphone without a smartphone plan at Alltel now that Alltel is basically Verizon?

    Posted by Beaches Resorts | July 1, 2010, 5:24 am
  41. I’m prepared to pay for it, and I just want the best-est, shiniest telephone with the cost. I’m also likely being comfy investing this quantity per month with the next handful of years

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  42. I can’t really understand why all this fewer about smartphones…In a few years they will be already obsolete and replaced by other gadgets. I am still getting along with a simple phone…

    Posted by john | July 1, 2010, 8:42 pm
  43. I have a Blackberry and according to Verizon they told me I have to have at least the minimal data package which is $29.99. I’m sure you could buy the phone and not actually activate it, therefore not costing an additional monthly fee for the data portion.

    Posted by cane furniture | July 2, 2010, 6:32 am
  44. The pixi is a slimmer, sleeker, and smaller version of the pre without the sliding mechanism but it’s a little slower and it doesn’t have wifi and the screens a bit smaller. If you can live without all that, I’d recommend the pixi, if not get the pre. Sprints plans are cheap to compared to verizon and att. Btw, buy it on amazon for 25 b

    Posted by Helicopters | July 5, 2010, 8:54 am
  45. I think you should go with the smart phone…even though it might be a bit too advanced for him…it might work out better because with the i Pod, you have to have a place for Wi-Fi and with a smart phone, you can get it ANYWHERE and also the other points you pointed out were great.

    Posted by cane furniture | July 8, 2010, 4:40 am
  46. very good articles for a newbie to smartphone

    Posted by handmade beds | July 8, 2010, 6:49 am
  47. Great article and very informative. I am actually a newbie and this article was surely a help.

    Posted by Payday UK | July 8, 2010, 6:20 pm
  48. They don’t just put the phone in a box and let it roll around in there until you get it. It’ll come in it’s own box which is put in another box for shipping. The phone won’t be able to move around in there. No worries, you’re phone will work just fine and it’ll last!

    Posted by Helicopters | July 9, 2010, 8:05 am
  49. wifi is a phone feature, it should work without any data plan. Data plans are more for email, web surfing etc. Use a wifi hotspot or unsecure network and surf away.

    Posted by Beaches Resorts | July 12, 2010, 10:06 am
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  56. As Peter said, you should try out both devices. I personally feel that anything over 4″ feels too big in the hand and pocket, you may not. I also prefer HTC’s Sense UI to anything else out there, but again you may not.

    Posted by cane furniture | July 21, 2010, 9:10 am
  57. I was thinking of getting the samsung omnia. I want to know if i would be require to upgrade to a smartphone email/data plan when if i were to activate a smartphone?

    Posted by Beaches Resorts | July 22, 2010, 9:30 am
  58. I picked up my Desire about 4 weeks ago and am really pleased with it. Better functionality than an iPhone

    Posted by cane furniture | July 23, 2010, 9:18 am
  59. Nice brief explanation about the requirement of phone to any body.All are basic need that everyone wanted in our phone.

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  60. From my opinion the iphone is smarter phone than anyone.

    Posted by unlock iphone | July 28, 2010, 9:28 am
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    Posted by Helicopters | July 29, 2010, 5:14 am
  62. Let me know. Is it possible to get a Verizon smartphone without a data plan?

    Posted by Beaches Resorts | July 31, 2010, 6:07 am
  63. For the most part it has been about the providers and not the device. As much as the iPhone has changed that, people will suffer and pay in buckets of blood for crap AT&T service and needless contract extensions over and over and over and…

    Posted by Helicopters | July 31, 2010, 6:40 am
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  76. I already pay Bell for home internet & I don’t see why I have to also pay for a data plan for the smart phone. I feel I would be paying twice for essentially the same service. Is there a way to use the same internet plan for both home & smartphone?

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  78. I was super excited to buy an iphone or any touchscreen phones before. I drop dead when my husband bought one without letting me know first. But thanks to him I’m no longer interested on touchscreen phones. It’s difficult to type/send messages (i’m a text addict), screen too small for internet browsing (i’d better buy an ipad), plus it’s not that user friendly.

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  85. Palm Pre has been getting buzz for a while now, starting months before its launch. With a clunky design and heavy feel, you might wonder how it made the list.

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  87. Once you have the phone, you can just put your SIM Card in and the contract/plan/service will apply in your phone.

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  88. What basically is a smartphone? How is it different from other phones?

    Posted by Helicopters | October 2, 2010, 9:03 am
  89. Which smartphone is better htc touch pro or nokia n97?

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  90. I’m hoping I can find a similar deal, the only difference is I’m a big texter. Had my phone for three years now and I think it’s time for a new one. Thanks for all the phone info too, was thinking of getting an iphone.

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  91. Whats the difference between a smart cellphone and a multimedia cellphone?

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  94. i’ve been reading reviews for the iphone and saying it has multiple different problems but some doesnt have any but i’m pretty sure they would have it fixed cuz they usually always have problems when they first come out.

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  95. These phones are capable of downloading multiple programs and performing several different functions as well as being a phone.

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  103. If not, then what is the hardware/software difference between a blackberry device and a regular cellphone?

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  104. My Asus P527 smartphone does not boot. How can I resolve this problem?

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  105. I am looking at a choice between HTC, Nokia and Blackberry.

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