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Alcatel one touch 1016G - Cheap Festival Phone - USB wall plug/micro USB cable £10 credit - Asda In store (£6.00!!)

£6.00 @ Asda
Asda in store Colchester (should be nationwide) had an Alcatel one touch 1016G for £6. Includes a SIM card with £10 credit I believe if you text to activate it! Also comes with a wall plug to USB c… Read More
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Asda in store Colchester (should be nationwide) had an Alcatel one touch 1016G for £6. Includes a SIM card with £10 credit I believe if you text to activate it!

Also comes with a wall plug to USB charger and micro USB cable! Winner !

Great phone for the price does the job for festivals.

Much cheaper than anywhere else!
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#1
or get it from cpw for £10 and get £5 cashback
#2
Palwan
or get it from cpw for £10 and get £5 cashback

With charger?
#3
Why do you need a special phone for a festival ?
#4
Which network is it on?
1 Like #5
charles w
Why do you need a special phone for a festival ?

Don't really want to risk getting a £500 phone wet
Will probably still work if it gets wet.
Battery life.
You want a really bad phone.
You don't have to bring it home with you.
You can give it to an old relative afterwards.
1 Like #6
charles w
Why do you need a special phone for a festival ?

Because I don't like walking around drunk in wet fields and 100,000 strangers with an expensive device that's easy to lose, break or have stolen. On top of that it's literally cheaper to buy this phone than pay the outrageous charging prices at festivals.
#7
This would make a great pizza delivery phone.
2 Likes #8
thelaine
charles w
Why do you need a special phone for a festival ?
Because I don't like walking around drunk in wet fields and 100,000 strangers with an expensive device that's easy to lose, break or have stolen. On top of that it's literally cheaper to buy this phone than pay the outrageous charging prices at festivals.

I suppose you'll be using it in all major cities as all of the above apply, apart from the wet fields.

Edited By: charles w on Aug 15, 2016 22:25
#9
thelaine
charles w
Why do you need a special phone for a festival ?
Because I don't like walking around drunk in wet fields and 100,000 strangers with an expensive device that's easy to lose, break or have stolen. On top of that it's literally cheaper to buy this phone than pay the outrageous charging prices at festivals.
A portable battery charger will keep your phone going for days, and keeping it in a zipped money belt is more secure than loose in your pocket. A bit of preparation saves all the faffing around.
#10
thecresta
thelaine
charles w
Why do you need a special phone for a festival ?
Because I don't like walking around drunk in wet fields and 100,000 strangers with an expensive device that's easy to lose, break or have stolen. On top of that it's literally cheaper to buy this phone than pay the outrageous charging prices at festivals.
A portable battery charger will keep your phone going for days, and keeping it in a zipped money belt is more secure than loose in your pocket. A bit of preparation saves all the faffing around.
But a half decent money belt costs more than six quid, surely??
#11
thecresta
thelaine
charles w
Why do you need a special phone for a festival ?
Because I don't like walking around drunk in wet fields and 100,000 strangers with an expensive device that's easy to lose, break or have stolen. On top of that it's literally cheaper to buy this phone than pay the outrageous charging prices at festivals.
A portable battery charger will keep your phone going for days, and keeping it in a zipped money belt is more secure than loose in your pocket. A bit of preparation saves all the faffing around.

Whilst I agree he's being a bit silly, he did say he'd be drunk and everyone knows that's a pretty easy wao to lose your phone, regardless of how many precautions you take.
#12
sotomonkey
thecresta
thelaine
charles w
Why do you need a special phone for a festival ?
Because I don't like walking around drunk in wet fields and 100,000 strangers with an expensive device that's easy to lose, break or have stolen. On top of that it's literally cheaper to buy this phone than pay the outrageous charging prices at festivals.
A portable battery charger will keep your phone going for days, and keeping it in a zipped money belt is more secure than loose in your pocket. A bit of preparation saves all the faffing around.

Whilst I agree he's being a bit silly, he did say he'd be drunk and everyone knows that's a pretty easy wao to lose your phone, regardless of how many precautions you take.


And people get drunk outside of festivals. Would they then take the Alcatel out every weekend to the pub? What's the point of having the expensive phone at all? :P
My iPhone 6S with battery case lasted 3 days solid at belladrum festival recently and I made good use of its bright torch, camera for photos and videos and played hours of deezer music via an external speaker at the tent. The Alcatel multitasking could maybe extend to hammering in a peg or two.

Good deal for the charger and credit, don't get the festival argument tho :D
1 Like #13
charles w
thelaine
charles w
Why do you need a special phone for a festival ?
Because I don't like walking around drunk in wet fields and 100,000 strangers with an expensive device that's easy to lose, break or have stolen. On top of that it's literally cheaper to buy this phone than pay the outrageous charging prices at festivals.
I suppose you'll be using it in all major cities as all of the above apply, apart from the wet fields.

I am usually over cautious in unfamiliar areas and while I wouldn't take a cheap phone to London I also wouldn't expect to spend upwards of an hour in a confined space of closely packed people while I jiggle and jump about inebriated.


thecresta
thelaine
charles w
Why do you need a special phone for a festival ?
Because I don't like walking around drunk in wet fields and 100,000 strangers with an expensive device that's easy to lose, break or have stolen. On top of that it's literally cheaper to buy this phone than pay the outrageous charging prices at festivals.
A portable battery charger will keep your phone going for days, and keeping it in a zipped money belt is more secure than loose in your pocket. A bit of preparation saves all the faffing around.

True, but that's another potential item to get damaged, lost or stolen. If your tent floods from heavy rain everything is ruined. A money belt is OK but I prefer to be as unburdened as possible. So a cheap small lightweight phone for emergency friend finding does the job.



sotomonkey
thecresta
thelaine
charles w
Why do you need a special phone for a festival ?
Because I don't like walking around drunk in wet fields and 100,000 strangers with an expensive device that's easy to lose, break or have stolen. On top of that it's literally cheaper to buy this phone than pay the outrageous charging prices at festivals.
A portable battery charger will keep your phone going for days, and keeping it in a zipped money belt is more secure than loose in your pocket. A bit of preparation saves all the faffing around.
Whilst I agree he's being a bit silly, he did say he'd be drunk and everyone knows that's a pretty easy wao to lose your phone, regardless of how many precautions you take.

I prefer to learn from experience and I have had a phone lost/stolen at a festival.
1 Like #14
Zampone
Which network is it on?
I'd like to know too...
#15
Would this run on 3's network? I bought an alcatel 2012 and it won't recognise the 3 payg sim
#16
festival phone? X) .....cold for such a ridiculous idea
1 Like #17
woldranger
Would this run on 3's network? I bought an alcatel 2012 and it won't recognise the 3 payg sim
Doubt it - when looking for a cheap phone for a Three network SIM (or one of the MVNOs that use Three) you need to be looking for 2100 MHz frequency (3G) - I don't see that in the specs here:
http://www.gsmarena.com/alcatel_10_16g-7652.php
#18
anyone know if there is a phone of this style that is able to run whatsapp
#19
free from cpw £10 top up required.
#20
£6 in Crawley. No mention of the £10 credit anywhere though
#21
CxWxP
£6 in Crawley. No mention of the £10 credit anywhere though
when you open the box up its in there
#22
MonkeyG0D
anyone know if there is a phone of this style that is able to run whatsapp
I very much doubt that
#23
arpster
festival phone? X) .....cold for such a ridiculous idea
Most pointless comment award!
#24
Cheers. I keep a spare phone for gigs and festivals - aside from losing it, having it stolen, the rain and mud - I'm not convinced a large screen phone in my jeans pocket would stand up to the crush of the crowd. Not worth risking anyway.
#25
What network was it?
#26
Do they have recycling bins at the festival you can chuck this into as you leave?
#27
thelaine
What network was it?
The one I saw in the Crawley branch was on Vodaphone
#28
CxWxP
thelaine
What network was it?
The one I saw in the Crawley branch was on Vodaphone

My local branch had it on asda and Virgin but the checkout woman had no idea about £10 credit with either of them.
2 Likes #29
arpster
festival phone? X) .....cold for such a ridiculous idea


OP posts a mobile phone for £6 with £10 worth of credit and you vote it cold because he described it as a 'festival' phone.

You're the only ridiculous thing around here!

And for the record, people who actually go to festivals find phones like these a god send!
I've stewarded at a few festivals and people are always losing their friends, saying that their phones are out of battery, or they think there's was lost/stolen.

A cheap phone that will last you the entire time you're there, that you don't worry about being damaged/stolen/lost AND that gives you more phone credit than what the bloody thing costs, is a great deal, you tit!
#30
tumbleweed34
arpster
festival phone? X) .....cold for such a ridiculous idea
OP posts a mobile phone for £6 with £10 worth of credit and you vote it cold because he described it as a 'festival' phone.
You're the only ridiculous thing around here!
And for the record, people who actually go to festivals find phones like these a god send!
I've stewarded at a few festivals and people are always losing their friends, saying that their phones are out of battery, or they think there's was lost/stolen.
A cheap phone that will last you the entire time you're there, that you don't worry about being damaged/stolen/lost AND that gives you more phone credit than what the bloody thing costs, is a great deal, you tit!
And to add it also includes a wall USB charger and micro USB cable !!

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