mondayrf (mondayrf) wrote in thequestionclub,
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Okay, this is actually quite a good question that I actually REALLY need your advice on, come on TQC don't let me down.

I lost my phone at the weekend, went to the store to get a new sim and turns out I actually stopped my insurance two years ago for some reason and never set it back up again. So, yay, wayhoo, I can't get a replacement I have to buy it.

The phone I used to have was a HTC Desire so it was really expensive, new it would cost roughly £430 not tied to a contract.

So here are my options:

A) Buy new phone for £430, use it with the same contract/sim as before and insure the phone through my bank separately.

B) Cancel off the remainder of my contract with Vodafone, I'm only a few months into my contact so it would cost about £375. Get a new phone with Vodafone/another network in a contract.

C) Downgrade my minutes/texts/internet roaming access with the current sim. Use that as an emergency back-up in a cheap phone. Pay a minimal direct debit on that and take out a new contract with Vodafone/someone else with a phone included.

D) Buy a cheap phone, swallow my pride and wait until next year for an upgrade (if you want to chose this option, fine okay but chose another option too as a second one plzzzzzzz)

E) Other

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