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I would have gotten any of those two phones but the provider wanted a two year contract. I'm not a big fan of buying a phone with a contract. I prefer no contract or unlocked phones.
I'm with Koodo in Canada was was fortunate enough to have built up a good chunk of credit on my 'tab' (they calculate 10% of each bill and add it to the 'tab' as free money, so you can dip in -$150 to buy a phone and accumulate up to +$150 in credit, the only 'contract' is that if you decided to quit them you have to pay off the remainder of your 'tab' if it is a negative balance, otherwise you just tell them to stop billing you and they cut you off) since I bought my first phone (cheap flip phone) outright. So I managed to knock off nearly half the price of the phone.
Last edited by spudgunner; 01-03-2012 at 08:41 AM.
im using HTC Desire Z, main reason was "hardware" keyboard, my first smartphone and im very pleased with it.
edit: pricetag was 350e, pretty much for a phone but it has been worth it. phonebill is about 15-20e month with unlimited data.
edit2: only negative thing that i can think off is battery life, irc, net surfing and sometimes movie watching eats the battery radically.