By Gordon Kelly
Reviewed: 2 Feb 2012
Please correct the prices on subscription items or at least mention they have a subscription at the top right with the price on the first page. The price is not £69. If you must also pay £25 per month for two years, then the actual price, not accounting for time value of money is obviously much closer to £369, not accounting for any additional contract expenses that may accrue.
While many users such as myself can quickly do the maths themselves, I'm sure lots of people cannot, and may make less informed decisions. 'Trusted' reviews should be just that; trusted by the users first and foremost. Don't you think?
Haha, just proved my own point, by doing the calculation in my head my total was £300 short!!!
Joke's on me I guess. But the price certainly isn't £69 so if you can list an example price to include contracts in future at the top of the articles, that would be great.
There is no capacity at present to add words into the price box you see at the top of the page. That said this is the initial outlay and the review explains and breaks down the total cost of ownership in some detail.
PS the TCO is £669, not £369. Again this is explained in the review and includes 2 years of data and access to BT OpenZone.
Maybe you should also mention Huawei released an update to it's original OS which makes the 3G-tab all of sudden a complete phone (quadband GSM that is)....
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