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I'm coming to the end of my mobile contract and can sell my Samsung S6 edge 64gb Gold for £240 with no issues. But I want to replace it with a phone that has warranty, what phones do I look at? Ide…
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1m, 1w agoPosted 1 month, 1 week ago
I'm coming to the end of my mobile contract and can sell my Samsung S6 edge 64gb Gold for £240 with no issues. But I want to replace it with a phone that has warranty, what phones do I look at?

Ideally, I want to invest that £240 into another phone and not spend much more, if anything at all. What to go for.

Sony Z5 Premium? LG G5? What about the Moto G4 will that do the job?

Any thoughts will be welcome. All the best.
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1m, 1w agoPosted 1 month, 1 week ago
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#1
keep your phone and get a SIM only contract. It's still a very good phone.

Check out bank accounts with "free" mobile phone insurance (RBS does it, as does Nationwide).
#2
fazzy-bhoy
keep your phone and get a SIM only contract. It's still a very good phone.

Check out bank accounts with "free" mobile phone insurance (RBS does it, as does Nationwide).


​Free mobile insurance. Didn't even know that was available through the banks. Cheers for that.

I'm happy with the phone but will want to get rid so I can have peace of mind with the warranty on a new phone.
#3
That said, the free insurance will give peace of mind.
#4
fazzy-bhoy
keep your phone and get a SIM only contract. It's still a very good phone.

Check out bank accounts with "free" mobile phone insurance (RBS does it, as does Nationwide).


​But sim only is the way I am going anyway. Ee have ultd mins and txts with 4gb of data for £8.99 on retention. So that's what I'll go for going forward.
#5
StoneyWales
fazzy-bhoy
keep your phone and get a SIM only contract. It's still a very good phone.
Check out bank accounts with "free" mobile phone insurance (RBS does it, as does Nationwide).
​But sim only is the way I am going anyway. Ee have ultd mins and txts with 4gb of data for £8.99 on retention. So that's what I'll go for going forward.

Whaaaaaaa :o

How much would new customers be paying for that package?
#6
StoneyWales
fazzy-bhoy
keep your phone and get a SIM only contract. It's still a very good phone.
Check out bank accounts with "free" mobile phone insurance (RBS does it, as does Nationwide).
​But sim only is the way I am going anyway. Ee have ultd mins and txts with 4gb of data for £8.99 on retention. So that's what I'll go for going forward.
That's a very good deal, the UK's best network by far too.
#7
best pound for pound mobile is the one you already have.
#8
What about Honor p9 lite? I have Honor 7 and sin has huawei y6 and we can't fault them. Check out specs here..

http://www.carphonewarehouse.com/huawei/p9-lite.html#!colour=black&capacity=16GB&dealType=pg&tabID=specificationData
#9
don't think you will get a better phone for your money
#10
preecey
StoneyWales
fazzy-bhoy
keep your phone and get a SIM only contract. It's still a very good phone.
Check out bank accounts with "free" mobile phone insurance (RBS does it, as does Nationwide).
​But sim only is the way I am going anyway. Ee have ultd mins and txts with 4gb of data for £8.99 on retention. So that's what I'll go for going forward.
That's a very good deal, the UK's best network by far too.


Depends where you are i have o2 for personal and ee for my business and the o2 is marginally better in this area but i agree overall ee is very good. Owned by bt now
#11
peeej1978
best pound for pound mobile is the one you already have.

May be he is seeking the 2nd best pound for pound phone but with warranty.
#12
preecey
StoneyWales
fazzy-bhoy
keep your phone and get a SIM only contract. It's still a very good phone.
Check out bank accounts with "free" mobile phone insurance (RBS does it, as does Nationwide).
​But sim only is the way I am going anyway. Ee have ultd mins and txts with 4gb of data for £8.99 on retention. So that's what I'll go for going forward.
That's a very good deal, the UK's best network by far too.
Not in my house it's not
#13
StoneyWales
fazzy-bhoy
keep your phone and get a SIM only contract. It's still a very good phone.

Check out bank accounts with "free" mobile phone insurance (RBS does it, as does Nationwide).


​Free mobile insurance. Didn't even know that was available through the banks. Cheers for that.

I'm happy with the phone but will want to get rid so I can have peace of mind with the warranty on a new phone.


It's not free. It comes with packaged current accounts that charge a fee every month.
#14
mrew42
preecey
StoneyWales
fazzy-bhoy
keep your phone and get a SIM only contract. It's still a very good phone.
Check out bank accounts with "free" mobile phone insurance (RBS does it, as does Nationwide).
​But sim only is the way I am going anyway. Ee have ultd mins and txts with 4gb of data for £8.99 on retention. So that's what I'll go for going forward.
That's a very good deal, the UK's best network by far too.
Not in my house it's not
EE have the most widespread 3G and 4G coverage in the UK in terms of geographical and population coverage. The fact that it doesn't work in your house doesn't mean it's a poor network, it means that it just unfortunately doesn't work in your house.
#15
preecey
mrew42
preecey
StoneyWales
fazzy-bhoy
keep your phone and get a SIM only contract. It's still a very good phone.
Check out bank accounts with "free" mobile phone insurance (RBS does it, as does Nationwide).
​But sim only is the way I am going anyway. Ee have ultd mins and txts with 4gb of data for £8.99 on retention. So that's what I'll go for going forward.
That's a very good deal, the UK's best network by far too.
Not in my house it's not
EE have the most widespread 3G and 4G coverage in the UK in terms of geographical and population coverage. The fact that it doesn't work in your house doesn't mean it's a poor network, it means that it just unfortunately doesn't work in your house.
So it's not the best - for me
See what I did there?
#16
SorJai
StoneyWales
fazzy-bhoy
keep your phone and get a SIM only contract. It's still a very good phone.
Check out bank accounts with "free" mobile phone insurance (RBS does it, as does Nationwide).
​But sim only is the way I am going anyway. Ee have ultd mins and txts with 4gb of data for £8.99 on retention. So that's what I'll go for going forward.

Whaaaaaaa :o

How much would new customers be paying for that package?


​I'm not sure, always worth giving them a call and quoting the price.
#17
preecey
StoneyWales
fazzy-bhoy
keep your phone and get a SIM only contract. It's still a very good phone.
Check out bank accounts with "free" mobile phone insurance (RBS does it, as does Nationwide).
​But sim only is the way I am going anyway. Ee have ultd mins and txts with 4gb of data for £8.99 on retention. So that's what I'll go for going forward.
That's a very good deal, the UK's best network by far too.


​Retention deal it is. I've already got 2 lines on this deal. 1 for My wife and another for my daughter. Makes sense to go sim only myself for that price.
#18
mubashar
peeej1978
best pound for pound mobile is the one you already have.

May be he is seeking the 2nd best pound for pound phone but with warranty.


​Good shout, I am looking for a top pound for pound phone for warranty.
#19
Keep your current phone. Nothing tops it for £240
#20
P9 is around 350 but top of the range phone plus UK warranty
Also look at honor 8 on Amazon it's going 260 or 270 but usual price is same as p9
I do think ee will sell u pay as go phone without topup as well

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