Wearing official crakows
- May 22, 2011
- Reaction score
- What're you driving?
- 2012 e92 M3 comp pack.
- Colour Combo
- A nice one
Tbh I’m now thinking do I need a new handset? My battery isn’t great but the sim only contract and saving a bit of money is appealing.I’m in the camp that buys the phone second hand. Not into having the latest tech so for example I bought my iPhone X 256gb for around £350 I think two years ago. On top of that £10 for sim only around 15gb data which is sufficient for me. Brings it to a total till date of approx £590. I prefer larger storage as I don’t like to back up on the cloud, I just back up on my laptop every month or so. And I’ve claimed a lot of free Caffè Nero coffees
edit: for latest tech it does seem to make more sense to get a contract
Sell your old handset (especially if its an iphone), every 3 years is about the optimum time.Tbh I’m now thinking do I need a new handset? My battery isn’t great but the sim only contract and saving a bit of money is appealing.
I now just pick up the previous generation Google Pixel phones when the new ones come out, for some reason they never seem to hold their value as much as the Apple and Samsung equivalents despite offering a vanilla Android experience.
I remember being offered £1000 for my One2One sim card (the original one with free calls to landlines after 7pm). People used to think that deal was so good the company would go bust over it. I wish I accepted it now.