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Vodafone cuts price on HTC One X and One S

Vodafone cuts price on HTC One X and One S

01 May 2012

Two-week cost cutting on contracts for new HTC smartphones

Considering plonking down some pounds for one of HTC's super new, er, superphones?

Vodafone has just announced some price-slashing on the One X - our highest rated phone ever, for record's sake - and its slimmer, smaller brethren, our almost-as-loved One S.

The One X will be going for free on £36 plans (two-year contracts) compared to £41 per month previously, while the One S is going for free on £31 a month (previously £36).

There's a catch though, you better make up your mind before May 14, when the promo runs its course and the tariffs tip back to previous pricing.

Of course, with a certain giant phone launch just round the corner, waiting just could be a good idea...

And do not forget that you can KEEP your existing mobile phone number if you decide to switch mobile phone operators. All you need is your PAC code. Use our handy tool on to obtain your PAC code.



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What is a PAC code?

A porting authorisation code, or PAC code, allows you to transfer your existing mobile phone number from to another mobile phone provider so that if you change mobile phone networks you do not have to give everyone a new number... You can keep your existing mobile phone number. The process is termed mobile number portability, or number porting. It's quick, FREE and very easy to do - follow the instructions here for full details on how to port your mobile phone number to a new network provider.

NOTE: You can purchase your new phone contract and then obtain your PAC code. It is not essential to have your PAC code prior to purchasing your new phone. However, you will need your PAC code if you want to keep your existing phone number (i.e. transfer your current number to your new provider). Use our handy tool above to obtain your PAC code.

PAC codes are FREE.

To keep your mobile phone number when switching to another mobile phone network, use our handy tool to obtain your PAC code. Just select your current and new phone provider click OK and you'll receive full instructions for obtaining your PAC code.