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Huawei P8 Lite 2017 - Sim Free/Unlocked - Gold (exclusive) or Black - £179.99 @ Carphone Warehouse

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Carphone Warehouse offering recently released P8 Lite 2017 Model for £50 off - Sim Free - Gets good reviews, available online or instore (I noticed in local store before checking on-line) Seems good v… Read More
Carphone Warehouse offering recently released P8 Lite 2017 Model for £50 off - Sim Free - Gets good reviews, available online or instore (I noticed in local store before checking on-line) Seems good v…
Agent_Silver Avatar5d, 2h agoFound 5 days, 2 hours ago37 Comments
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Fanimal
Whats best This or the new Moto G5
This is a much better phone than the G5.
However the G5 Plus would be slightly better than this.
Andybro
Guys/gals, give the "troll" a brake as I think you'll find he's just having a joke. JimBobJr is found dealing with trolls on other threads and is not from Samsungland. I think B20 might be a red flag to a bull though ☺️
Having seen it in multiple phone threads, very quickly a repeated 'joke' poster (and one which is not always apparent as a joke) becomes indistinguishable from a troll.
matrich1610
Asda sell the P8 Lite for £110 usually and cheaper when on offer, so not sure it's worth the extra money for a "limited edition" colour, but thanks for taking the time to post for us.
p8 lite not p8 lite 2017, different specs.
i went for the Lenovo Zuk z2 which was pretty good value for money.
Joe90_guy
Good review here...

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Huawei-P8-Lite-2017-Smartphone-Review.197724.0.html

I don't need a new phone right now (just helped in getting the Doogee Shoot 1 for my daughter and the Smart Ultra 7 for the wife) but if I were in the market for a decent upgrade, this would probably be on my short list.

As regards the troll, ignore him and hopefully he'll go away...
Thank you too!
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Moto Z with Free JBL Speaker Mod @ Carphone Warehouse - £299.99

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Saw this last night on CPW, John Lewis had it at this price a while a go but it didn't come with the JBL speaker mod, seems like a killer of a deal. Just ordered mine. Cant see a better deal out on th… Read More
Saw this last night on CPW, John Lewis had it at this price a while a go but it didn't come with the JBL speaker mod, seems like a killer of a deal. Just ordered mine. Cant see a better deal out on th…
CraigDSouza Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago140 Comments
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Now back up to £479.99, so looks like I got a good deal. After a couple of days use battery life looks to be holding up, optermised apps for battery life in settings so this maybe helping. Slightly annoying 3 are offering the Lenovo P2 for £209, which was another phone I was interested in particular for its is 5100mAh battery, but lower spec than Moto Z on screen, camera and processor, so as long as small battery does not prove to give issues down the line will be happy for a while.
CheapLife
picked mine up from CW yesterday, really happy with it! nice upgrade from a Moto x (2014). also got the wife a 64GB iPhone se for £369. seemed like a good deal for that too.

iPhone se 64gb perfect on o2 refresh £296 if you are ok with taking a contract, paying off phone and then cancelling.
Don't buy the Fuse Air Hybrid case as it gives no protection to the raised camera. I have this case and also the Sparin Moto Z case which is a good fit and also raised at the back to protect the camera. Anyone want to buy the Fuse case......
tom_g
richnotts
Well my JL order just arrived can't decide to keep it or not. I think half the time the challenge is more important!
I can't really see a reason not to keep it at this price - nothing in the price range compares in terms of specs (from a big brand) - moto mods are pretty cool and it comes with one - 2 yr JL warranty - was considering Samsung S8 and Google Pixel but can't justify the additional cost for not much more of anything. I chose this instead of an iPhone 7 - if I don't like it then I will go back to iPhone in a year or so.


Decided to keep it. Wow it's thin! To be honest I prefer with the mod on. Don't feel like I'm going to snap it. JL processed my refund the day after delivery.(paid with PayPal)

Thanks to OP and everyone lse
tom_g
Best case to protect the camera bump?
The phone comes with the black herringbone 'Style Shell' which fits on the back covering the contacts and bringing the back out flush with the camera. See: Unboxing.You might want a shell over that. I'm looking for recommendations for a suitable cover for mine.

Edited By: ParsleyLion on Apr 21, 2017 14:32: Amendment
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ZTE Blade Velocity | £129.99 @ Carphone Warehouse

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Specs online say full HD, 2gigs ram, 16 gig memory and a snapdragon 617 fairly decent for the price. Read More
Specs online say full HD, 2gigs ram, 16 gig memory and a snapdragon 617 fairly decent for the price.
korny2 Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago5 Comments
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software is outdated and looks like kids made the software

the software is buggy from last time I used a zte v7 lite
Shame about the mediocre battery
I have had 2 ZTE mobiles, and both were very average; they never upgraded to a newer version of Android, and their support was non existant. Both had major problems with the battery, so I can't recommend this Chinese brand, and will never purchase one again.
Dodgy nations? what about nations crying Weapons of mass destruction that were never there. Not a sane statement.
ZTE sold mobiles and kit illegally to North Korea.
They were investigated for doing so and lied loudly they werent throughout investigation.
They were then subsequently caught red handed.
And fined a huge sum for lying and selling to dodgy nations for dodgy uses.
Most of their profit for whole year went to paying the fine. 3/4?

But, this looks like a nice mobile though.
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Samsung galaxy s8 cheapest on vodaphone on preorder pay monthly deal £1,108.00 @ CPW plus free speaker worth £100

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This deal is pay monthly on Vodafone which is £42 a month plus £100 upfront cost cheapest 24 gb internet unlimited txt and unlimited calls plus free speaker worth £100 Read More
This deal is pay monthly on Vodafone which is £42 a month plus £100 upfront cost cheapest 24 gb internet unlimited txt and unlimited calls plus free speaker worth £100
hazroovi Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago2 Comments
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£100 speaker. more like £40.
35 quid a month just posted for the same deal
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Preorder Samsung s8 or s8+ any tariff with £75 cash back at CPW

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I Rang up yesterday to upgrade my contract. Went with the s8+. Asked the representitive on the phone to match the cash back deal of £75 or else I'll just do it online and they AGREED. Just cancel Read More
I Rang up yesterday to upgrade my contract. Went with the s8+. Asked the representitive on the phone to match the cash back deal of £75 or else I'll just do it online and they AGREED. Just cancel
Speedie Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago7 Comments
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Quidco's £75 cashback terms state:

Cashback will not be paid on Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus sales or pre-orders
The £42 one sounds great but theres a heavy upfront cost which is almost entirely removed if you go for the mobilephonesdirect deal (7.99 instead).

Anyone know if carphone warehouse are likely to match that if I phone them?
mattharvey22
Yeah but there's an upfront fee on this and it's £42 p/m (39 after cashback)
The one from the smartphone company was a free S8+ and £39 p/m after cashback.
yes but any issues you would have to go via there website not vodafone or instore... also you do not get the free speakers worth £99 and you will have to wait longer as its not guaranteed to be delivered on the 20th april.
Goose112
Match what deal? I haven't seen a deal that offers £75 cashback. And are you saying the £75 is instead of the speakers?
no you still claim the free speakers as they are the promotion by samsung themselves. e.g.

if you have gone with vodafone who are doing £52 with £50 upfront they will pay the £50 and give you a cheque of £25 remaining... another e.g.

£149.99 upfront cost will minus the £75 therefore making it £74.99
Yeah but there's an upfront fee on this and it's £42 p/m (39 after cashback)
The one from the smartphone company was a free S8+ and £39 p/m after cashback.
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EE Sim only, unlim/unlim 7gb 90mbs £50gift card and £20 quidco (£16.99pm x 12 = £203.88) @ Carphone Warehouse

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product number 20678019 Cash back via quidco £20 plus £50 currys voucher A good deal I stumbled across. you get unlimited calls and text plus 7gb of EEs fastest 4g data (upto 90mbs) see screen… Read More
product number 20678019 Cash back via quidco £20 plus £50 currys voucher A good deal I stumbled across. you get unlimited calls and text plus 7gb of EEs fastest 4g data (upto 90mbs) see screen…
conradbrindle Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago9 Comments
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http://www.smartphonecompany.co.uk/shopping-basket?source=techradar&source=webgains&utm_source=Future%20Publishing%20Ltd&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=138485


Also there's this one but you get a £50 Amazon voucher and 12 months bt sport rather than 6 months,if you like sport.
I spotted this last night. Good deal and you get 6 months free bt sport and music.
DanB89
Agreed, this deal is basically the same deal as the one from Mobiles.co.uk/E2Save. Without the cashback and with a lesser gift card, although admittedly no additional risk or having to remember to submit bills.

I signed up for the mobiles.co.uk one and had no issues so far. EE apply a £10 monthly credit from £26.99 to £16.99.

conradbrindle
only one i could see is £26.99 and no mention of roam like home that's currently advertised.
plus ive had bad experience from '3rd parties' so wanted a retailer i could walk into and complain if i needed

Click "get", scroll down and it's there? Choice of Beats headphones or scroll down further for the gift card

https://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/320xq90/r/923/1Pu7FR.png

Both EE and Carphone Warehouse gave high street branches too?




sorry Dan, I'm the OP, should have clicked reply to plunet
Great deal just ordered to go with my Samsung s8 when it get's here. Thanks OP as I was looking for a good sim only deal :D
Agreed, this deal is basically the same deal as the one from Mobiles.co.uk/E2Save. Without the cashback and with a lesser gift card, although admittedly no additional risk or having to remember to submit bills.

I signed up for the mobiles.co.uk one and had no issues so far. EE apply a £10 monthly credit from £26.99 to £16.99.

conradbrindle
only one i could see is £26.99 and no mention of roam like home that's currently advertised.
plus ive had bad experience from '3rd parties' so wanted a retailer i could walk into and complain if i needed

Click "get", scroll down and it's there? Choice of Beats headphones or scroll down further for the gift card

https://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/320xq90/r/923/1Pu7FR.png

Both EE and Carphone Warehouse gave high street branches too?



Edited By: DanB89 on Apr 01, 2017 12:36
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Samsung Galaxy S8 in Orchid Grey 64GB + Free Speaker - £689.00 @ Carphone warehouse

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£+75 TopCashback Free £99 Speaker. Music and entertainment Headphones jack (3.5mm) Apps Music player Radio player Hi-res audio playback Processor Number of cores Octa Pro… Read More
£+75 TopCashback Free £99 Speaker. Music and entertainment Headphones jack (3.5mm) Apps Music player Radio player Hi-res audio playback Processor Number of cores Octa Pro…
crocket Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago338 Comments
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Wolfylee
No major glitches with the Pixel - I'm struggling to think of any 'glitches'. Battery is very good and almost as important it's honest. My old phone(Samsung, sigh) misreported the charge left. At 20% on the Samsung you wouldn't be able to spend 15 minutes surfing before it would be on 10%. At 10% you would be literally a couple of minutes from it turning off. On the Pixel, like my works iPhone, 20% is still hours from hutting down. Overnight the Pixel uses staggering little charge overnight - perhaps a percent or two.
I've had this since launch and there isn't much to say about it other than it's smooth and it does what you want.
P.S Bixby isn't shipping with the S8's now. Not ready(it must really be not ready cos it doesn't usually stop them). There is going to be a hardware button for something that isn't there.

That's more or less what I expected to hear. Quality optimisation from Google, kind of makes me wish they had gotten into making their own phone long before I moved to iOS. Lol your anecdote with the Samsung does not surprise me in the slightest. Its truly tragic because Samsung would be unstoppable if they collaborated with Google like they did for the Galaxy Nexus. Best hardware and best optimised software.

Lol I agree. It must be seriously broken for them to not bother launching it out of the box. Never stopped them before though...yeah there is a hardware button for Bixby but it can be reprogrammed for anything.
No major glitches with the Pixel - I'm struggling to think of any 'glitches'. Battery is very good and almost as important it's honest. My old phone(Samsung, sigh) misreported the charge left. At 20% on the Samsung you wouldn't be able to spend 15 minutes surfing before it would be on 10%. At 10% you would be literally a couple of minutes from it turning off. On the Pixel, like my works iPhone, 20% is still hours from hutting down. Overnight the Pixel uses staggering little charge overnight - perhaps a percent or two.
I've had this since launch and there isn't much to say about it other than it's smooth and it does what you want.

P.S Bixby isn't shipping with the S8's now. Not ready(it must really be not ready cos it doesn't usually stop them). There is going to be a hardware button for something that isn't there.

Edited By: Wolfylee on Apr 13, 2017 15:39
Wolfylee
The pixel? Yeah it's great, all the things it does it does very well. If i could take something from the iPhone it would be the keyboard, it's better on the iPhone. I use Google assistant all the time, for the simple stuff. If you tell it to phone somewhere you don't know like 'Newbank Garden Centre' or 'Costco manchester' it doesn't matter that you don't have the number in your phone - it just rings them. It doesn't look it up and you have to press a button, it just does it. There may be loads of New bank garden centres in the uk but it rings the one near to you.
Also, if you have an incoming call Google looks up the number and if it can match it to a business the business is displayed instead of the number. That's Google assistant though, most androids have it now i suppose.
Id describe it as very solid, like the iPhone, but better - ha ha! I would say that though :)

I'd even agree to an extent with you. How's your battery life on it and software? Any glitches or issues? Its funny because I've always admired Google keyboard and think it superior to iOS keyboard which is a little outdated with no swipe option. Lol how I wish Siri was that competent. She is useless in doing anything right or quickly in my car. Google NOW on the other hand made me love my Note 5 even more. A true enhancement, and legal! :) Google assistant just expands on this but is only available on android 7.0 above. Loads of handsets will miss out.
The pixel? Yeah it's great, all the things it does it does very well. If i could take something from the iPhone it would be the keyboard, it's better on the iPhone. I use Google assistant all the time, for the simple stuff. If you tell it to phone somewhere you don't know like 'Newbank Garden Centre' or 'Costco manchester' it doesn't matter that you don't have the number in your phone - it just rings them. It doesn't look it up and you have to press a button, it just does it. There may be loads of New bank garden centres in the uk but it rings the one near to you.
Also, if you have an incoming call Google looks up the number and if it can match it to a business the business is displayed instead of the number. That's Google assistant though, most androids have it now i suppose.
Id describe it as very solid, like the iPhone, but better - ha ha! I would say that though :)


Edited By: Wolfylee on Apr 12, 2017 15:44
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Well, I'm picking up a red iPhone 7 plus 256 GB today.
£919 for a 1920 x 1080 screen phonehttps://imgflip.com/s/meme/Laughing-Men-In-Suits.jpg
Yeah but it has an apple badge so he'll be able to fit in to his social circles better and people will think he's well off X)
Apple phones are so common now, I wonder at what point will this, 'having one indicates your status' thing end?
I totally agree, i think it will end when people understand the full capabilities and limitations of a smartphone on a technological level, only then can they evaluate the true monetary value of it.
You might be right but by that analysis, that'll be never. Its far too much of an intellectual standpoint to expect the majority to reach. Some people can't see past consumerism and materialism. In fairness, there's little a smartphone can't do or certainly in my experience I've found this to be the case with my iPhone and Android. I'm starting to wonder if the 'status' phenomena can also be linking with say Samsung or Pixel phones because they too are becoming incredibly expensive.
I agree, and i don't think Samsung will ever attain the "status" phenomena like Apple have as their marketing focuses heavily on it, it only seems to appeal to a select group of people.
Samsung have played a risky game by following Apples lead in recent times, like removing the micro SD slot and sealing in the battery, both of which have had disastrous results!
And with their pricing going in the same direction as Apples, they're leaving a huge gap open for the third largest selling manufacturer Huawei to slip in and capitalise.
Samsung should stop trying to become the new Apple and focus on offering the best vale for money cutting edge products like they used to.
No I don't think they will either. Maybe not because of the marketing but more so because their software is just simply too unsophisticated, they have no physical stores and their customer service is nowhere near Apples. Samsung have, to me that is, betrayed their loyal customers. Expensive hardware and cheap software. That was, is and will continue to be true of their products. They've gone backwards in many areas than forwards, like pricing and like you've mentioned. No removable battery which makes fixing their phones more difficult. No expandable memory, and to compensate, expensive upgrades in memory. Huawei aren't just better value imo, they're better full stop. Better battery, almost equal on the design, slightly behind on camera and software but closing up fast. They are a much needed breath of fresh area in the Android world which has grown stale with poor products from HTC and Motorola. I agree, Samsung should go back to basics. I would have thought that following Apple would mean, less features but higher quality in the ones they do put in.
I totally agree with all this. There are certain things that iPhones don't do that make them for me, untenable but the quality is there. The screens are, resolution aside, superb - very close to the glass, responsive etc - and that is without using OLED technology. Apple wring every last bit out of the hardware they use and they might add stuff you don't need but they don't add gimmicks that don't actually work. The exception being notifications which, compared to Android, are a joke. For my work I was issued an iPhone 6 - its still very, very smooth but had it been a nearly three year old Samsung I suspect it would have been smashed against a wall. Personally I've got a Pixel, it's not perfect but I'm very happy with it.
In my experience with Samsung, who seem the most cynical of all the major hardware manufacturers, they add 'features' simply for the headlines and literally don't care if it works or not. I'd be suspicious of Bixby. I remember S-Voice being touted in the same way Bixby is now, anyone use s-voice for more than a day or so? Doubt it, it rarely ever worked, for me at least.
What's suprising is that Samsung have THE BEST hardware, no question. My Pixel Xl couldn't touch an S8(arguably an S7) for hardware. If Samsung were to release a vanilla or google phone I'd be all over it but every year, don't know about the S8 yet, they make a phone that is compomised by the software. They want to constantly monetise by adding ****-poor implementations of app stores, voice search, browsers, music stores etc.

The reviews always seem to be glowing - which in the past I've fallen for but have baffled me after only a week of use. How could they not notice the lag? Why does it take so long for the screen to come on after pressing the power button? How can the keyboard be behind what I'm typing with nothing else going on?

I also have friends that like Samsungs so who knows.

...and why isn't their fingerprint button round? Are they nuts?

Undoubtably there's plenty I'd love my iPhone to do which my Android phones could do. Quick charging for one. The screens are for me, the best on the market. You just can't beat them. So responsive, so solid, so bright and colour accurate. Android can't beat em. I agree. Apple starts from the top in making sure iOS takes every advantage of the hardware and doesn't matter which side of the fence you sit, you can only praise that. Again, I whole-heartedly agree. Notifications are a complete joke on iOS. Its the only thing drawing me back to Android. Its unreal how bad Apple got this simple function. I preferred them on iOS 9. How is the Pixel? I do follow it and find it relatively appealing. Its incredibly simple and functional. Even seems iOS-esque in how there are relatively little hardware and software issues surrounding it aside from the lens glare.

Yeah Samsung have a history doing this. Adding incomplete features which make no difference to the user experience. Smart Stay anyone? I don't even bother with Siri, who is incompetent to say the least forget Bixby. There's only two people that ever got close to doing voice assistants even remotely right and that's Google and BlackBerry. I still look jealously at Android users because Google Now is so unbearably better than Siri and works perfectly in cars. Its at that point I wake Siri from her slumber and remind her that she's a piece of ****.

They did try 'Google editions' of other phones like the S4, HTC etc. They never took off sadly and even with stock android still faced software delays compared to Nexuses. I wished they had stuck it out. Its sad but true, Samsung have overtaken HTC as the best hardware manufacturer. Anyone that doesn't use a circular finger print sensor needs a slap. Its obviously the best way forward. I know people that swear by Samsung but I'd put them in the same category as a lot of iPhone users. They are so used to one way of doing everything that they can't see past their tried and tested method. Everything is inferior to their Samsung.
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Iphone 7 128gb RED- Special EDT- 24GB of data!!! EU ROAMING!!! £42.00 pm. £99.99 upfront cost £1,107.99 poss £75 Quidco at CPW

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Hi guys I think this is a good deal for special edition Iphone 7 Red- 128GB. 24gb of data should be enough ;) Also you get EU Roaming including 2gb of data for free. Normally you get 6gb for Read More
Hi guys I think this is a good deal for special edition Iphone 7 Red- 128GB. 24gb of data should be enough ;) Also you get EU Roaming including 2gb of data for free. Normally you get 6gb for
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Simhopper
Mobiles.co.uk - £150 upfront, £32 per month for same data and texts . Mine despatched today for delivery tomorrow
Link please?
littleminx_01

It's to support AIDS/HIV


To make it more widespread?
JellybearXo
Red on white ewww what on earth are they thinking


It's to support AIDS/HIV
Mobiles.co.uk - £150 upfront, £32 per month for same data and texts . Mine despatched today for delivery tomorrow
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MOTOROLA G5 PLUS. AVAILABLE TO BUY £249.99 @ Carphone warehouse delivered on 4th April.

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Been after this phone for ages. First place you can now buy it. But the only downside is it won't be delivered UNTIL April 4th. But apparently demand for this phone has been massive and is expected to… Read More
Been after this phone for ages. First place you can now buy it. But the only downside is it won't be delivered UNTIL April 4th. But apparently demand for this phone has been massive and is expected to…
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NEWSFLASH: Specs amended on website. Now showing 3GB RAM. No Unidays discount code, but unlike Motorola, this is one is in stock.

thanks for this.
I like the look of this offer now
NEWSFLASH: Specs amended on website. Now showing 3GB RAM. No Unidays discount code, but unlike Motorola, this is one is in stock.
TheHun6
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Mine came today and it has 3gb from cw


If that's the case I would be inclined to ask CPW to explain the above!


you got the standard answer/blurb from customer services in India whom went by the details available on their own webpage, they are in no position to verify physically the specs, that is utter incompetence (cpw not the poor guy in a call centre) from them to be expected. If I was any of you wanting the phone send it back and order via Motorola, less expensive, 3gb model (down to £215 with unidays code and cashback) or even if no unidays code to make it £239 available for all, when it comes back in stock, see the other thread I made

Edited By: dealcatcherer on Apr 04, 2017 21:55: typo
The CPW one advertised at 2Gb arrived as a 3Gb XT1684, OEM id: M2670. No mention of the RAM capacity on the packaging, but clearly a 3Gb model. Other details incorrect on CPW website as noted previously - No OIS, just EIS (video) also it states headphones included, which they are not for this model. Hope that clarifies things a bit. Not sure if you would be guaranteed a 3Gb one though, as CPW could in theory have both the 2 and 3 gig variants.

Full spec link


As an aside though, the recent customer service received from CPW has been terrible!

Edited By: earthed on Apr 04, 2017 20:55
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Mine came today and it has 3gb from cw


If that's the case I would be inclined to ask CPW to explain the above!
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Vodafone 50GB Data Sim 4G one month rolling with or without mifi device £25.00pm @ Carphone Warehouse

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I manage to miss all the ee deals this month and this is the next best deal I found today, hope it helps someone. Seller: Carphone warehouse Provider: Vodafone Contract: 1 month rolling I… Read More
I manage to miss all the ee deals this month and this is the next best deal I found today, hope it helps someone. Seller: Carphone warehouse Provider: Vodafone Contract: 1 month rolling I…
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Red.Devil
Does anyone know how long you have to use the data? Need a mifi type thingymajig for my laptop when I rarely can't get wifi. Can I buy this and get the 1st months allowance then bin the contract and have a year or so to use the data?
Find it hard to believe that is a serious question (makes my dad look tech savvy), but search for "24GB three sim" - I think they were less than £30 recently - preloaded pay & go data sims that last the shorter of 24GB or 24 months. EE also do then, but much more expensive (think I saw a deal for 6GB/3 months at £9 - that had an RRP of £30 & street price £15 when I last looked). Note that EE will let you use them in phones, where shockingly three won't (i.e. use an old phone as a MIFI & three will suspend data)!
To all who helped me in this - thank you very much, I'm now sorted. To this muppet jnm21 - try to be less rude to people requiring a bit of advice.
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Does anyone know how long you have to use the data? Need a mifi type thingymajig for my laptop when I rarely can't get wifi. Can I buy this and get the 1st months allowance then bin the contract and have a year or so to use the data?
Find it hard to believe that is a serious question (makes my dad look tech savvy), but search for "24GB three sim" - I think they were less than £30 recently - preloaded pay & go data sims that last the shorter of 24GB or 24 months. EE also do then, but much more expensive (think I saw a deal for 6GB/3 months at £9 - that had an RRP of £30 & street price £15 when I last looked). Note that EE will let you use them in phones, where shockingly three won't (i.e. use an old phone as a MIFI & three will suspend data)!
Hi let’s look at things logically here, there are a lot of people on here are of all age ranges.
Home Computing technology started to really take off and spread from the mid 1980’s. Microsoft first shipped Windows –DOS in 1985 (more wide spread than previous IBM and Apple machines), loading was for the suck and the term lag did not seem to have been invented yet, I know it’s hard to imagine but pls try.
Schools had a slow uptake of computers/tech training due to funding and questions of how much IT&devises were taking off but there were improvements from late 1980s into 1990s. The internet was available to the public from about the same time and grew exponentially. Improvements just kept coming year after year. In 1994 The IBM Simon was one of the first smart phones to be widely commercially available and only in the U.S! Nokia’s were available from mid 1990s and Ericsson from 2000s
Iphones weren’t launched until 2007!
So computers /internet(that were/are commercially accessible to all) have been around for well over 30 years, and smart phones for far less time.
Age range wise people over mid 40s would not have had (on the whole) basic computer training at school or the opportunity to have smart phones when young. Although people of all ages can catch up a bit not everyone will have learnt as much as generations below them, that have had the massive benefit from the newest tech.
I try to not discriminate or insult people old or young because of their lack of opportunities, age or life choices.
I also think it’s important, if someone is getting angry at a parent for being slow with their computer or not knowing about their phone, it’s important to remember that that person taught you to how to use a spoon! The least you can do is have a bit of patience.
I agree with you that companies do seem to be giving worse deals recently.
People over mid 40's would not have had basic computer training at school? :D Now that's offensive.
No , that's trying to put things in perspective. Its a great time to be alive.
Si1
jnm21
Red.Devil
Does anyone know how long you have to use the data? Need a mifi type thingymajig for my laptop when I rarely can't get wifi. Can I buy this and get the 1st months allowance then bin the contract and have a year or so to use the data?
Find it hard to believe that is a serious question (makes my dad look tech savvy), but search for "24GB three sim" - I think they were less than £30 recently - preloaded pay & go data sims that last the shorter of 24GB or 24 months. EE also do then, but much more expensive (think I saw a deal for 6GB/3 months at £9 - that had an RRP of £30 & street price £15 when I last looked). Note that EE will let you use them in phones, where shockingly three won't (i.e. use an old phone as a MIFI & three will suspend data)!
Hi let’s look at things logically here, there are a lot of people on here are of all age ranges.

Home Computing technology started to really take off and spread from the mid 1980’s. Microsoft first shipped Windows –DOS in 1985 (more wide spread than previous IBM and Apple machines), loading was for the suck and the term lag did not seem to have been invented yet, I know it’s hard to imagine but pls try.

Schools had a slow uptake of computers/tech training due to funding and questions of how much IT&devises were taking off but there were improvements from late 1980s into 1990s. The internet was available to the public from about the same time and grew exponentially. Improvements just kept coming year after year. In 1994 The IBM Simon was one of the first smart phones to be widely commercially available and only in the U.S! Nokia’s were available from mid 1990s and Ericsson from 2000s
Iphones weren’t launched until 2007!

So computers /internet(that were/are commercially accessible to all) have been around for well over 30 years, and smart phones for far less time.
Age range wise people over mid 40s would not have had (on the whole) basic computer training at school or the opportunity to have smart phones when young. Although people of all ages can catch up a bit not everyone will have learnt as much as generations below them, that have had the massive benefit from the newest tech.

I try to not discriminate or insult people old or young because of their lack of opportunities, age or life choices.

I also think it’s important, if someone is getting angry at a parent for being slow with their computer or not knowing about their phone, it’s important to remember that that person taught you to how to use a spoon! The least you can do is have a bit of patience.

I agree with you that companies do seem to be giving worse deals recently.


People over mid 40's would not have had basic computer training at school? :D Now that's offensive.
jnm21
Red.Devil
Does anyone know how long you have to use the data? Need a mifi type thingymajig for my laptop when I rarely can't get wifi. Can I buy this and get the 1st months allowance then bin the contract and have a year or so to use the data?
Find it hard to believe that is a serious question (makes my dad look tech savvy), but search for "24GB three sim" - I think they were less than £30 recently - preloaded pay & go data sims that last the shorter of 24GB or 24 months. EE also do then, but much more expensive (think I saw a deal for 6GB/3 months at £9 - that had an RRP of £30 & street price £15 when I last looked). Note that EE will let you use them in phones, where shockingly three won't (i.e. use an old phone as a MIFI & three will suspend data)!
Hi let’s look at things logically here, there are a lot of people on here are of all age ranges.

Home Computing technology started to really take off and spread from the mid 1980’s. Microsoft first shipped Windows –DOS in 1985 (more wide spread than previous IBM and Apple machines), loading was for the suck and the term lag did not seem to have been invented yet, I know it’s hard to imagine but pls try.

Schools had a slow uptake of computers/tech training due to funding and questions of how much IT&devises were taking off but there were improvements from late 1980s into 1990s. The internet was available to the public from about the same time and grew exponentially. Improvements just kept coming year after year. In 1994 The IBM Simon was one of the first smart phones to be widely commercially available and only in the U.S! Nokia’s were available from mid 1990s and Ericsson from 2000s
Iphones weren’t launched until 2007!

So computers /internet(that were/are commercially accessible to all) have been around for well over 30 years, and smart phones for far less time.
Age range wise people over mid 40s would not have had (on the whole) basic computer training at school or the opportunity to have smart phones when young. Although people of all ages can catch up a bit not everyone will have learnt as much as generations below them, that have had the massive benefit from the newest tech.

I try to not discriminate or insult people old or young because of their lack of opportunities, age or life choices.

I also think it’s important, if someone is getting angry at a parent for being slow with their computer or not knowing about their phone, it’s important to remember that that person taught you to how to use a spoon! The least you can do is have a bit of patience.

I agree with you that companies do seem to be giving worse deals recently.
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Iphone 5s, O2 Unlimited Mins/Texts 1GB Data, £16.25/mth (£15mthx24mths+£29.99 upfront = £390.00) @ Carphone Warehouse

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Iphone 6S 1GB Data (4G) Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts 24 Months Contract O2 Priority - including a £1 lunch on Mondays O2 Priority Tickets-get them first! O2 Tu Go Upfron… Read More
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EXPIRE
was excited when i read 6s then it's just 5s....
wish i could vote ten times
but this deal ends wednesday lol
Yeah, here is the link, which now goes to the S5; damn, wonder if they would have honoured it last night? Ah well!

https://www.carphonewarehouse.com/mobiles/pay-monthly-tariff.html?intcmp=LP_WEBEXSALETEST_6S_1_24GB_210217#!/minutes/1000/sort/t_recurring_charge%7Ct_upfrontprice%7Ct_usg_data_desc/model/APPIPH5S16GREY



Edited By: CORNFLAKES_69 on Mar 18, 2017 15:28
Red.Devil
5 or 6s?


Aw ffs, sorry my fault.

I swear carphone warehouse had this [mis]listed as S6 last night, its in my book marks (along with the s5) but now is s5.

Hmmm, either way, yeah, knackered post, sorry.

Edited By: CORNFLAKES_69 on Mar 18, 2017 15:24
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Sky Box Sets bundle + Unlimited Fibre only £23.35/month @ Carphone Warehouse - £420.30

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Don't really need to say anymore... Sky Box sets + Unlimited fibre. Usually £76.99/month through Sky but Carphone Warehouse currently have it for only £23.35/month - a total saving of £966.52 over Read More
Don't really need to say anymore... Sky Box sets + Unlimited fibre. Usually £76.99/month through Sky but Carphone Warehouse currently have it for only £23.35/month - a total saving of £966.52 over
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This deal finished Yesterday according to CPW sales rep I just spoke to :(
Welshfilly55
summer_scent
Welshfilly55
johnraggett
Is this instore only has anyone tried getting it over the phone from CPW?
Yes I phoned Carphone Warehouse and got a deal over the phone ,see my post #24 it's also available by phoning Curry's.
Welshfilly do you have an instore number please
Yes 08000496250 , it's the main number on their website and I just asked for the Sky deals. You could also try Currys , on another forum people are getting a £50 Currys voucher too!


great thanks
summer_scent
Welshfilly55
johnraggett
Is this instore only has anyone tried getting it over the phone from CPW?
Yes I phoned Carphone Warehouse and got a deal over the phone ,see my post #24 it's also available by phoning Curry's.
Welshfilly do you have an instore number please
Yes 08000496250 , it's the main number on their website and I just asked for the Sky deals. You could also try Currys , on another forum people are getting a £50 Currys voucher too!
johnraggett
jackie_chan
This offer is valid until 30th march only.

When do you have to have it installed by, I'm with BT til end of April?


Go for it. 30th is only for currys. Sky will contact you for installation date etc. Try to delay by a week or so. Some overlap won't cost much. Or pay bt early termination charge.
jackie_chan
This offer is valid until 30th march only.

When do you have to have it installed by, I'm with BT til end of April?
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20GB 4G Data / Unltd Mins & Texts £19.99pm PLUS £100 Currys PC World voucher @ Carphone Warehouse (total £239.99 - £100 Voucher = £11.66pm) with free weekend/weekday delivery

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rstmart
********WARNING**************
Had to ring up EE to sort out my getting my online account set-up and whilst on call and testing getting into account i noticed that my plan was stating £34.99, I had read earlier somewhere that this was normal ..(and discount came off automatically) but still queried it , EE advisor said that bloke in shop had NOT applied the discount !!! He asked me to send him contract which showed the discounted amount of £19.99 and sorted it out instantly :) Am very impressed with EE customer service , but please be aware that only way you can be sure of getting the discount is if you see something like below which will show the recurring £10+£5 discount, which I now have . Hope this helps others who may not realise / hadn't had proper set-up done by Carphone initially:http://i67.tinypic.com/i3gsvb.png
This just happened to me , ee told me to call cpw , on hold with them. If you hadn't posted this i would probably not have checked this and then would be surprised by the bill.
Just to add to this, EE support was really good second time, CPW is a waste of my time, and to add to injury the £100 gift card I tried to use it today I find out it had £0 balance, they forgot to add money to it, now I have to wait 3-5 days before I receive this on the card. A bit late for my use what I needed to purchase.
I will never use CPW for their offers ever again!
Glad you got there in the end and also picked up the billing error ! EE customer service has really impressed me so far , they have been really quick /easy to contact on both web chat and phone, especially like the fact has UK / Irish call centres. On 3 previously and absolute nightmare customer service / off-shored.
You know the last time a few years ago I called EE and it was also offshore so was stunned when I called those times and it wasn't. So I'm really glad *knock on wood* I stuck to EE. Though their billing is still weird I was charged £20 not £19.99 I think they just round up to the nearest penny.

* Just thought I would update, I'm still waiting for the Gift Card to reflect £100 balance. CPW have been a pain to deal to get things done. Obviously the bank holiday weekend hasn't helped. But jeez how long to electronically top up a card.

**Update 2

Still waiting for my gift card to have £100, C's have lied and been useless from the start. Plenty of promises they will fix this issue but nothing has been done. Stay away from these offers, that i what i learned from all of this.

Edited By: hmsq82 on Apr 23, 2017 23:46: Update
hmsq82
rstmart
********WARNING**************
Had to ring up EE to sort out my getting my online account set-up and whilst on call and testing getting into account i noticed that my plan was stating £34.99, I had read earlier somewhere that this was normal ..(and discount came off automatically) but still queried it , EE advisor said that bloke in shop had NOT applied the discount !!! He asked me to send him contract which showed the discounted amount of £19.99 and sorted it out instantly :) Am very impressed with EE customer service , but please be aware that only way you can be sure of getting the discount is if you see something like below which will show the recurring £10+£5 discount, which I now have . Hope this helps others who may not realise / hadn't had proper set-up done by Carphone initially:http://i67.tinypic.com/i3gsvb.png
This just happened to me , ee told me to call cpw , on hold with them. If you hadn't posted this i would probably not have checked this and then would be surprised by the bill.
Just to add to this, EE support was really good second time, CPW is a waste of my time, and to add to injury the £100 gift card I tried to use it today I find out it had £0 balance, they forgot to add money to it, now I have to wait 3-5 days before I receive this on the card. A bit late for my use what I needed to purchase.
I will never use CPW for their offers ever again!

Glad you got there in the end and also picked up the billing error ! EE customer service has really impressed me so far , they have been really quick /easy to contact on both web chat and phone, especially like the fact has UK / Irish call centres. On 3 previously and absolute nightmare customer service / off-shored.
hmsq82
Been on the phone with CPW, still being told that there is no stock, pushed further the CS, they spoke to online team and magically they have stock and is being sent to me for tomorrow delivery. Amazing!*
Can't believe they are putting people through the hoops for these deals, if they don't want our custom don't put offers displaying "In stock" or offer these "Gifts".
*sarcasm

hmsq82, I appreciate your replies to my posts. Thank you for your suggestions - Lib.
rstmart
********WARNING**************
Had to ring up EE to sort out my getting my online account set-up and whilst on call and testing getting into account i noticed that my plan was stating £34.99, I had read earlier somewhere that this was normal ..(and discount came off automatically) but still queried it , EE advisor said that bloke in shop had NOT applied the discount !!! He asked me to send him contract which showed the discounted amount of £19.99 and sorted it out instantly :) Am very impressed with EE customer service , but please be aware that only way you can be sure of getting the discount is if you see something like below which will show the recurring £10+£5 discount, which I now have . Hope this helps others who may not realise / hadn't had proper set-up done by Carphone initially:http://i67.tinypic.com/i3gsvb.png
This just happened to me , ee told me to call cpw , on hold with them. If you hadn't posted this i would probably not have checked this and then would be surprised by the bill.

Just to add to this, EE support was really good second time, CPW is a waste of my time, and to add to injury the £100 gift card I tried to use it today I find out it had £0 balance, they forgot to add money to it, now I have to wait 3-5 days before I receive this on the card. A bit late for my use what I needed to purchase.

I will never use CPW for their offers ever again!

Edited By: hmsq82 on Apr 12, 2017 14:08: Update
asaad786
Expired? Can't find product code on the CPW website, link provided shows empty shopping cart.
Yes, I believe it expired on the 4th of April.
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MOTO G4 on O2- Unlimited MINS/TEXTS, 1G Data £15 per month, 24 months (£360.00 total) @ Carphone Warehouse

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I have no idea whether O2 Tu Go make a difference here, but at this price I hope the wider offer is of interest to someone? 1GB Data (4G) Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts 24 Months Contract Read More
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ID £5 sim.... similar
deal, better network and 1 month contract.
phone hopefully dropping in price next week..as g5 released.
So forgetting any quidco cashback .2 years might be... £250 ?!
nice saving and no 2 year contract !

Edited By: theADDict on Mar 19, 2017 13:19: typo
sucramco
Sim only for a fiver plus the phone at £140. Sorry cold from me.

Where are you getting a SIM with unlimited mins/texts for a fiver?

snapdragon
G5 is out on Amazon now for £179 which leaves same again for giffgaff goody bags for 2 years.

Guys, I get your point, but not all of us can afford to buy a handset outright though, I'm p*** broke LOL

Does anyone on HUKD compare like for like?
G5 is out on Amazon now for £179 which leaves same again for giffgaff goody bags for 2 years.
Sim only for a fiver plus the phone at £140. Sorry cold from me.
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Sky fibre and sky Q for £23.35 per month for 18month (£420.30 total) at Carphone warehouse instore

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Went in to carphone to see about fibre and walked out with this.Fibre broadband 38meg UNLIMITED no calls Line rental included and the Sky Q box sets bundle all for £23.35 per month for 18month.An abso… Read More
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Sky Q full package and fibre unltd £56 a month including line rental which I should of took to be honest.
Any idea what other deals can be had instore ? Last time they ran this offer a few months ago you could upgrade to fibre max, unlimited calls for not much more than this
muckspreader1
Nex
muckspreader1

Went in to carphone to see about fibre and walked out with this.Fibre broadband 38meg UNLIMITED no calls and the Sky Q box sets bundle all for £23.35 per month for 18month.An absolute steal if you ask me.New customers only I'm afraid.
£24.95 SET UP FEE
Sorry im having a really hard time of seeing a bigger screenshot of your photo unless im missing something obvious and clicking on the wrong thing.
Can you tell me weather or not that included line rental in the price or was that extra?
Cheers
line rental included

Thanks for the quick response. Ill pop down a store tomorrow!
Nex
muckspreader1

Went in to carphone to see about fibre and walked out with this.Fibre broadband 38meg UNLIMITED no calls and the Sky Q box sets bundle all for £23.35 per month for 18month.An absolute steal if you ask me.New customers only I'm afraid.
£24.95 SET UP FEE

Sorry im having a really hard time of seeing a bigger screenshot of your photo unless im missing something obvious and clicking on the wrong thing.

Can you tell me weather or not that included line rental in the price or was that extra?

Cheers


line rental included
muckspreader1

Went in to carphone to see about fibre and walked out with this.Fibre broadband 38meg UNLIMITED no calls and the Sky Q box sets bundle all for £23.35 per month for 18month.An absolute steal if you ask me.New customers only I'm afraid.
£24.95 SET UP FEE

Sorry im having a really hard time of seeing a bigger screenshot of your photo unless im missing something obvious and clicking on the wrong thing.

Can you tell me weather or not that included line rental in the price or was that extra?

Cheers
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Sky Q "Complete Bundle" deals @ Carphone Warehouse £35.00 (instore only)

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Best deal I've seen on Sky Q. Box sets, Sports, Cinema, HD Two options: 1) 1TB box £35/mo OR 2) 2TB box + Minibox with multi room £47/mo Not an introductory rate - 18 month contract, pr… Read More
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Got a deal today as a new customer 65 a month for 1tb box complete bundle plus unlimited fibre (38mbs) inc LR on an 18month deal. Does that sound ok? I have 14 days to change my mind so want to see if Anything better out there


Doesn't sound great, tbh. Are you in a VM area?
2 days until mine cancels and been offered 60% (£15.20 for boxsets) but no joy getting anything more than 25% for Sky Q :(
Got a deal today as a new customer 65 a month for 1tb box complete bundle plus unlimited fibre (38mbs) inc LR on an 18month deal. Does that sound ok? I have 14 days to change my mind so want to see if Anything better out there
got a deal on Wednesday after cancelling but then got the option to reinstating the account with 60% off( checking my account online) .thought i'd try my luck and went through sky chat .was offered 35% off Sky Q , i told them about a offer what curry's had a few weeks ago of 75% off. managed to get Sky Q 2 TB, Mini box (£60 & £40 install)full package (sports, movies all in HD,boxsets) , 12 months contract £32.90 p/m. being installed Tuesday.
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Moto Z with JBL Speaker Mod! - £399.99 @ CPW

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Found this deal looks pretty good as it comes with the JBL Speaker Mod. Store staff told me its only available online and price is down until end of the day Monday! Seems like a good deal. Read More
Found this deal looks pretty good as it comes with the JBL Speaker Mod. Store staff told me its only available online and price is down until end of the day Monday! Seems like a good deal.
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Motorola are a horrible company now. Customer service is shocking.
cullies
still stuck on Android 6, when does it get Android 7?


check for updates, in settings updates
cullies
still stuck on Android 6, when does it get Android 7?
Don't know why its stuck on 6, mines been on 7 for a while now.
still stuck on Android 6, when does it get Android 7?
Got this phone (without the JBL mod) when it was £299 in John Lewis recently for my daughter. She really really likes it. Think the price in John Lewis is back up to £499.
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Vodafone 12 month sim,20GB data,unlimited mins/texts,£20 per month with FREE DR DRE beats headphones (worth £90),plus £57.50 back via topcashback @ Carphonewarehouse.(£182.50 with cash back) £240.00

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Spotted this on carphonewarehouse and it seems ok for the money when you take into account the free headphones that have got to be worth a few quid. Ok I know not everyone likes beats headphones bu… Read More
Spotted this on carphonewarehouse and it seems ok for the money when you take into account the free headphones that have got to be worth a few quid. Ok I know not everyone likes beats headphones bu…
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hAS TCB OF 57.50 finished?
the.porter
Or pay £25 a month for 25gb Spotify etc and £100 quidco

£100 quidco where?
malky39
Or go through mobiles.co.uk with cash back redemption and quidco and you will get the 25gb tariff for £12.75 per month


Malky39 how do I get this deal I have never used quidco before please help lol :)
Or go through mobiles.co.uk with cash back redemption and quidco and you will get the 25gb tariff for £12.75 per month
Biggunspaul
roadie
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chrisredmayne
Biggunspaul
You don't have to have the free headphones,there is the same deal for £20 per month without them.
Yeah the EE deals previously with Amazon gift vouchers are better than a £60 headphone surely. Depends if you really want them I guess
Not sure what deal that is and if it comes with any cash back,plus it's not much good for anyone wanting to go with Vodafone.
The ee deal was on some months ago.
16GB data, 6 months bt sports, 6 months iTunes music, £90 amazon voucher for £19.99 a month.
Seems a good deal if you are fortunate enough to own a time machine ;)

Lol I think you asked. Ps I did get that deal. But I need another one. I'm considering this deal, (12×20-58-50) then probably sell the headphones
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Samsung Gear 360 - Save £100 £249.99 @ Carphone Warehouse

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good 360 camera with £100 off
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There was a one day sale on the Samsung site selling the Gear 360 for £199 on March 1st.

A few months ago it was selling half price on Carphone Warehouse for £179.

Over the past couple of days Samsung confirmed they were planning on releasing a Gear 360 Pro at some point. I'm guessing that when these are released the original Gear 360s will tumble in price.

I'm really interested in getting one of these as I've been playing with WebVR and the A-Frame Framework. https://aframe.io/examples/showcase/360-image-gallery/

This does look like the best price right now but I'll be holding off until I buy one.
muckspreader1
Cold bought from Samsung store yesterday for £199 :{
In a physical shop or online? they showing as 274 online....
Cold bought from Samsung store yesterday for £199 :{
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Alcatel Shine Lite - 5", 4G, 16GB, 2GB RAM, Android 6.0 Smartphone - £99.99 + £10 Top-up @ Carphone Warehouse £109.99

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Following on from the old thread located here, when it was £30 more expensive: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/alcatel-shine-lite-129-99-10-top-up-carphone-warehouse-2595883 The Alcatel Shine Li… Read More
Following on from the old thread located here, when it was £30 more expensive: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/alcatel-shine-lite-129-99-10-top-up-carphone-warehouse-2595883 The Alcatel Shine Li…
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Smiff
now £149?
No, you have to click on "Looking for Pay as you go" and see that section. Price is still the same as in the OP.
now £149?
2.5 hours with no use sees it reduced just 2%.
Hope that helps.
sd13
Can someone tell me what the cameras are like and battery life please x

Hi. Here is my situation with the battery today;

Where I work, I have very poor phone reception and no wifi but I always just leave my data, wifi and location turned on. Simply because I'm lazy to turn it off.
You can image how much battery they can take up alone....searching for a reception and briefly giving me data every now and then, maybe send the odd email or whats app message through.
During my breaks, I usually pop outside and have a quick general browse or a play on a basic game.

Anyway, I left for work about 8am with 97%. I've been home since about 5.20pm and I've used my phone a little bit since then.
It's now 7.05pm and my battery is at 59%.

I really can't say much about the camera as I've still not really used it.
Can someone tell me what the cameras are like and battery life please x

carphone warehouseCarphone Warehouse Beginnings and Growth

The company was established in 1989, by Sir Charles Dunstone, who is its current Chairman, and Julian Brownlie; both of them put in £6,000 as an initial investment. A year later David Ross, the company’s third partner, joined the company. Ross became the Finance Director and later led company development in continental Europe and the U.S. under The Phone House Brand. In 2000, the company underwent an IPO, and a year later Dunstone took over control of the company from his business partners. In 2008, half of the company was bought by Best Buy Europe, though because of very miserable financial results, a demerger took place in 2013; Carphone Warehouse bought half of Best Buy Europe shares for £500 million. A year later, the company merged with Dixons Retail and formed Dixons Carphone.

Carphonewarehouse.com – A Place to Compare it All.

The company divides its sales between two channels – retail stores, owning over 2,400 of them across United Kingdom, Ireland, continental Europe and the U.S. and the online website at www.carphonewarehouse.com. Following the company slogan “We compare, you save”, you can compare prices of mobile devices from different mobile operators and the chosen tariff (monthly payments and pay as you go; the choice of standalone devices is also available). The same applies to SIM cards and some other devices such as tablets. Plus, you can look for physical stores in your area by providing your postcode in the Store Locator.

The store is very convenient to use, and has received numerous awards, including “Retailer of the Year” in the Retail Week Awards with Oracle, “Best High Street Retailer” in the Mobile Choice Consumer Awards 2015, “Best High Street Retailer” in Mobile Industry Awards 2014, “Customer Experience Technology of the Year” award in the RetailWeek Technology Awards 2014.

Carphone Warehouse – Comparing and Saving

What Phones are Available at CarphoneWarehouse?

The company sells in its online shop products in a few different categories, such as:

  • Mobile Phones – Contains standalone phones, upgrades, pay as you go and monthly payment offers. You can also get “super value smartphones” which come with little to no upfront cost and small monthly payments
  • Upgrades – You can compare different phone upgrades and compare devices that come with upgrades at different networks.
  • Broadband – Includes home and mobile broadband tariffs as well as TV and media streaming (TV Boxes and Google Chromecast).
  • Accessories – This is by far the biggest category on the website that divides itself into tablets (standalone or tariff), wearables, such as smartwatches and fitness wearables, as well as chargers, headphones screen protectors, and phone cases.

There are many different brands present in the store, with the top ones including:

Apart from the regular offers, the company has a “Mega Deals” section, which includes all the best deals available at any given time. The deals can apply to items from all categories, including pay as you go phones, pay monthly or SIM free / SIM Only options, and accessories. The company also has amazing seasonal offers – last year, a few days before Black Friday it launched an event that spanned all the way to Cyber Monday and offered great deals on chosen phones and tariffs. Another way to save some money is to make a trade-in and exchange your old phone for money.

Shopping at Carphone Warehouse

Choosing an offer and buying a selected product is super easy at Carphone Warehouse. The website is clean and the search bar is very convenient to use. This allows you to customise the offers that are presented to you. The only problem is that you can’t purchase pay monthly or SIM-only contracts if you are less than 18 years old. You don’t need to register an account prior to making a purchase on most things but the company offers a loyalty programme called Additions which makes it worth staying with them. It consists of three different parts: Insights – Expert advice and tips for your smartphone, treats – free gifts like free movies, games and eBooks, deals – compares the best available offers on devices for you and will remind you when you are due an upgrade.

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Making an Order – It’s Really Easy

The way that you make a payment depends on the product of your choice. If you go with a monthly tariff, you have the option of direct debit to pay your bills in a convenient way. To pay for items upfront, you can use credit cards such as Visa, Visa Debit, Master Card and American Express. The company doesn’t process Maestro, Diner’s Club and Solo cards and accepts only credit cards issued in the United Kingdom. You can also top up your account upfront so that the network that you are with can use the funds when it’s time to pay your bills.

Immediately after you make an order, you will receive your first confirmation e-mail. When your order is accepted you get a second one – usually, one day after your order is shipped. The company delivers to the UK and Channel Islands only. There’s no cost associated with shipping apart from packages that are to be delivered on Saturdays (£7.50) and certain remote locations (£10). All phones, pay monthly SIM cards, free gifts and everything over £50 is delivered with DPD using next-day or nominate a day delivery options. All other items are shipped using Royal Mail. You can also use Click&Collect option to collect your item at the local Carphone Warehouse store.

Carphone Warehouse Return Policy

The process, as well as eligibility, varies from case to case. You can return and exchange almost anything you buy online or over the phone within 14 days after the product is delivered to you. This excludes top-ups, downloads and apps, headphones and Early Upgrade pay monthly phones. Similarly, you can return and exchange your Pay monthly phone, including changing a network, swapping your phone and cancelling your contract. More detailed information is available on the websites of respective networks.

To return or exchange your products, simply follow the guidelines below. Note that any returns by post exclude laptops, which must be taken to your local store:

Call the company at 0370 1116565 and check if you are eligible for a return. If you are, you’ll have 14 days to send it. Remove all of the personal data that you can from the device.
Send the product by Royal Mail Special Delivery to:

Direct Returns
CPW Logistics Centre
Bilston Road
Wednesbury
West Midlands, WS10 7JN
United Kingdom

Attach the following:

  1. Your full name and address including postcode.
  2. The transaction number (you can find it in the upper right-hand corner of the product invoice).
  3. The product, together with all of the accessories and original packaging.
  4. Proof of purchase.
  5. Anything that came with it as a gift.

Carphone Warehouse Marketing Efforts

The company has a social media presence typical for a big e-commerce store and is present on:

The company also offers the Carphone Warehouse Bill Angel App, available from Google Play Store and iTunes. It’s used to track your monthly calls, texts and data usage. Users can set it to alert them at different usage brackets.

The Lowdown at the Carphone Warehouse

The Carphone Warehouse runs an e-mail newsletter and two different blogs. The main one is The Lowdown, which is full of news, reviews and other articles related to the company’s offerings. The second one is the Magazine available on the Irish domain of the store and has quite similar topics.

carphone warehouse lowdown

Contacting Carphone Warehouse Customer Support

To contact customer support, call 0370 1116565. The customer service team is available Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 19:00, Saturday 9:00 to 18:00, Sunday 10:00 to 17:00. There’s also a special line to contact the specialist repair team, 0800 2761373, open Monday to Saturday 8:00 to 20:00 and Sundays 10:00 to 17:00. The site also offers a big help section full of answers to most common questions at.

The Carphone Warehouse page available on HotUKDeals will help you stay up to date with the latest great deals from Carphone Warehouse.