Huawei P9 Black - unlimited texts/mins with 8GB 4G data on Three £25pm (£600) @ mobilephonesdirect - HotUKDeals
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Huawei P9 Black - unlimited texts/mins with 8GB 4G data on Three £25pm (£600.00) @ mobilephonesdirect

£600.00 @ MobilePhones Direct
Great phone, update to Nougat on the way with a healthy dose of 4G data! Read More
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Great phone, update to Nougat on the way with a healthy dose of 4G data!
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3 Likes #1
Good price, but remember this is on the essential plan, so feel at home, (use abroad) is NOT included, and calls to customer service are NOT free and no personal hotspot allowance.
1 Like #2
herby247
Good price, but remember this is on the essential plan, so feel at home, (use abroad) is NOT included, and calls to customer service are NOT free and no personal hotspot allowance.


didn't know that calls to cs are chargeable....
1 Like #3
Also, p10 will likely be announced very very soon.
1 Like #4
RadiantDuck
Also, p10 will likely be announced very very soon.

I like the Mi Note 2:
http://www.androidauthority.com/xiaomi-mi-note-2-review-725370/
1 Like #5
baldude
herby247
Good price, but remember this is on the essential plan, so feel at home, (use abroad) is NOT included, and calls to customer service are NOT free and no personal hotspot allowance.


didn't know that calls to cs are chargeable....


Looks to be a great phone! I've got the Honor 8 and I have to say I do like Huawei's UI after they fixed it with nougat. Awesome that good phones are so much cheaper these days!
1 Like #6
Never ever buy Huawei phone if you concerned about warranty. I just had terrible experience with my nexus 6p repair. First they may not even repair your phone with stupid excuse even in warranty and then your phone will be damaged with screw driver dents and other scratches all over plus incorrectly reassembled body parts. It may be ok with £110 or £125 handset to bear loss but not with expensive phone
#7
arora
Never ever buy Huawei phone if you concerned about warranty. I just had terrible experience with my nexus 6p repair. First they may not even repair your phone with stupid excuse even in warranty and then your phone will be damaged with screw driver dents and other scratches all over plus incorrectly reassembled body parts. It may be ok with £110 or £125 handset to bear loss but not with expensive phone
You bought direct from Google or Huawei?
#8
three...no way..
#9
arora
Never ever buy Huawei phone if you concerned about warranty. I just had terrible experience with my nexus 6p repair. First they may not even repair your phone with stupid excuse even in warranty and then your phone will be damaged with screw driver dents and other scratches all over plus incorrectly reassembled body parts. It may be ok with £110 or £125 handset to bear loss but not with expensive phone

I had a similar experience and while I don't expect phones to go wrong it's when they do that you find out who you've bought from! I've had good repair experiences with Apple and Sony but Samsung, Asus and Huawei horrible to the point I won't buy another one of their products again (unless it is literally so amazing and mind-blowing I don't mind the risk).

Huawei took ages to answer the phone, then passed me around departments, then said that they would send out a repair pack and it would take 2-3 weeks for the repair. Never got the repair pack, a follow-up email or response to my actual email, the phone went back to the store instead for a refund.
1 Like #10
baldude
herby247
Good price, but remember this is on the essential plan, so feel at home, (use abroad) is NOT included, and calls to customer service are NOT free and no personal hotspot allowance.
didn't know that calls to cs are chargeable....

Charging for calling CS sucks.
#11
arora
Never ever buy Huawei phone if you concerned about warranty...

Where did you buy it from?

plewis00
...the phone went back to the store instead for a refund.

That's what you should've done first - according to UK law (Consumer Rights Act, formerly Sales of Goods Act), the onus is always with the retailer/store to honour the warranty.
#12
Crossbow
arora
Never ever buy Huawei phone if you concerned about warranty...
Where did you buy it from?
plewis00
...the phone went back to the store instead for a refund.
That's what you should've done first - according to UK law (Consumer Rights Act, formerly Sales of Goods Act), the onus is always with the retailer/store to honour the warranty.

I am fully aware of the Consumer Rights Act and SOGA but I don't think it is the retailer's fault - they didn't make it, Huawei did and they should have the decency to stand behind their products and fix it, not pass the buck.
#13
iDealYou
arora
Never ever buy Huawei phone if you concerned about warranty. I just had terrible experience with my nexus 6p repair. First they may not even repair your phone with stupid excuse even in warranty and then your phone will be damaged with screw driver dents and other scratches all over plus incorrectly reassembled body parts. It may be ok with £110 or £125 handset to bear loss but not with expensive phone
You bought direct from Google or Huawei?


I bought from Amazon (directly sold) . They refunded me after Huawei sent phone back by falsely saying that phone is blacklisted even when there were enough proof of it not blacklisted. If i had bought direct from Google then it could be better exp as i heard they replace phone rather than repairing plus better customer service. But i never had personal exp with google.
#14
plewis00
arora
Never ever buy Huawei phone if you concerned about warranty. I just had terrible experience with my nexus 6p repair. First they may not even repair your phone with stupid excuse even in warranty and then your phone will be damaged with screw driver dents and other scratches all over plus incorrectly reassembled body parts. It may be ok with £110 or £125 handset to bear loss but not with expensive phone

I had a similar experience and while I don't expect phones to go wrong it's when they do that you find out who you've bought from! I've had good repair experiences with Apple and Sony but Samsung, Asus and Huawei horrible to the point I won't buy another one of their products again (unless it is literally so amazing and mind-blowing I don't mind the risk).

Huawei took ages to answer the phone, then passed me around departments, then said that they would send out a repair pack and it would take 2-3 weeks for the repair. Never got the repair pack, a follow-up email or response to my actual email, the phone went back to the store instead for a refund.


Yeah same here dont want to deal with them again. In my case i received simple envelope with little bubble protection inside. I added extra packaging to make sure it arrive safe. They opened whole phone even when claiming phone wont be repaired. It had solid dents everywhere plus side insulation film missing when i received back.

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