Alcatel OT-983, O2 PAYG, £40 delivered @ O2

Alcatel OT-983, O2 PAYG, £40 delivered @ O2Get this Alcatel OT-983 deal @ O2

Android’s success is largely owed to having a healthy selection of phones at various price points. At the low end, O2 is offering the Alcatel OT-983 for £39.99 – that’s a tenner off the previous price.

Alcatel OT-983 specs include a 3.5in display, 3MP rear camera, 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, and Gingerbread (Android 2.3).

Free delivery.

(Thanks to rejector1 at HUKD)

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16 comments

SpeedyG  Nov. 17, 2012 at 21:24

If that goes for 35 quid and under in 3 months, thats a neat little cheap as chips 2nd smartphone in hand.

AhmadCentral  Nov. 18, 2012 at 09:51

Im sorry but since when have chips ever cost £35. You're local is ripping you off mate. :p

But yeh, good phone for a nice price

shuwaz  Nov. 18, 2012 at 16:03

Can't believe it.... I bought this phone as a temporary replacement for my business line (due to upgrade at the end of the month and the current phone is broken beyond repair) only to find that I bought the model down - the OT-903. I can't take it back either so gutted!

AhmadCentral  Nov. 18, 2012 at 17:11

Why cant you take it back? Surely you can.

shuwaz  Nov. 18, 2012 at 18:09

Why cant you take it back? Surely you can.

CPW policy says no.

You can see their policy here

Pondlife  Nov. 18, 2012 at 22:10

In store on ee or 3 then? Oh well at least not long til end of month

shuwaz  Nov. 19, 2012 at 13:14

oh well, such is life.

shuwaz  Nov. 19, 2012 at 13:16

In store on ee or 3 then? Oh well at least not long til end of month

Bought in-store on T-mobile which means I cant return it under any circumstances (i.e. if it is in perfect working order). Wonder if I can say its not in perfect working order... ITS TOO SLOW!

muwahahahahahahaaa!

AhmadCentral  Nov. 19, 2012 at 13:33

I hate retail places like this. I'm no lawyer but surely there would be a way to return it. I remember reading an article at least 3 years ago now where it said phone stores like vodafone and Three etc... operated a no returns policy for contracts, where even after the minute you had signed the contract (not even walked out the shop) you could not return the phone under any circumstances. I don't know how they get away with stuff like this.

shuwaz  Nov. 19, 2012 at 14:08

I hate retail places like this. I'm no lawyer but surely there would be a way to return it. I remember reading an article at least 3 years ago now where it said phone stores like vodafone and Three etc... operated a no returns policy for contracts, where even after the minute you had signed the contract (not even walked out the shop) you could not return the phone under any circumstances. I don't know how they get away with stuff like this.

I am a lawyer... (no, no I can't carry that one off. :p ) but yeah it does suck all the same.

Wigston  Nov. 20, 2012 at 00:48

G'day Shuwaz,
If it aint broke - break it!
Refering to phone stores etc that operate a "no returns policy" if it its not fit for purpose then it must be accepted for repair or replacement.
Two pieces of wire connecting the battery to to phone and reverse the polarity, interesting.
Failing that, always buy online with Distance selling Regulations (DSR) as security.
Better still buy from a decent retailer.
I've always had great service from O2. In fact I've ordered the Alcatel OT-983 from them today, and at under £40 can't go wrong!
Good luck with T Mobile mate.

Wigston  Nov. 20, 2012 at 00:53

I hate retail places like this. I'm no lawyer but surely there would be a way to return it. I remember reading an article at least 3 years ago now where it said phone stores like vodafone and Three etc... operated a no returns policy for contracts, where even after the minute you had signed the contract (not even walked out the shop) you could not return the phone under any circumstances. I don't know how they get away with stuff like this.

I am a lawyer... (no, no I can't carry that one off. :p ) but yeah it does suck all the same.

shuwaz  Nov. 20, 2012 at 14:08

G'day Shuwaz,
If it aint broke - break it!
Refering to phone stores etc that operate a "no returns policy" if it its not fit for purpose then it must be accepted for repair or replacement.
Two pieces of wire connecting the battery to to phone and reverse the polarity, interesting.
Failing that, always buy online with Distance selling Regulations (DSR) as security.
Better still buy from a decent retailer.
I've always had great service from O2. In fact I've ordered the Alcatel OT-983 from them today, and at under £40 can't go wrong!
Good luck with T Mobile mate.


I would buy the OT-983 if I could return the pitifully under=powered OT-903.

Wigston  Nov. 26, 2012 at 01:42

Hello to y'all,
I purchased the Alcatel 983 last week, what a great phone for the money. It does just about everything an iPhone or similar costing £500 plus will do, but with a saving of over £460!!!
Granted it aint got a "label" name to flash about but at that price hoo cares?
I highly recommend the 983 phone to all wanting an Android Smart Phone, as I said previously it does just about everything you could want in a phone at a good price. :)

Shuwaz - Have you "Crossed those wires yet?" Do it now and rid yourself of T Mobile!

shuwaz  Nov. 26, 2012 at 08:32

lol - i sold the phone on hukd last night.

Wigston  Nov. 26, 2012 at 11:52

lol - i sold the phone on hukd last night.


Good on yer cobbler!
The only way is up now then!

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