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Huawei p9 lite @ EE shop instore Slough for £129.99 + £10 top-up £139.99

£139.99 @ EE
just bought Huawei p9 lite @ EE shop in Slough . £129.99 plus £10 top up. couldn't find it on they website. don't now if it's national. Read More
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6m, 5d agoFound 6 months, 5 days ago
just bought Huawei p9 lite @ EE shop in Slough . £129.99 plus £10 top up. couldn't find it on they website. don't now if it's national.
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6m, 5d agoFound 6 months, 5 days ago
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1 Like #1
is definitely national, and you can add £30 for beats headphones too
1 Like #2
Got this deal as I was looking for a stop gap, as I was a note 7 victim, I must say this phone is excellent, get a full day of battery, full hd screen, not struggled running anything on it yet, an the beats headphones for 30 are currently 80!! Great phone!!
#3
how much to get it unlocked? Great deal op... everywhere else over £200
#4
rnr81
is definitely national, and you can add £30 for beats headphones too


that's a great offer, I'd post it if I were you.
#5
Got one from Uxbridge store last week for 129 + 20 to-up with free unlocking. Worth giving a try...
#6
Anyone with any questions about the phone...unlocking etc i'd flick through the previous deals for it
On the internet both deals have now finished and the price jumped up by £30 on each along with the top up being £20 instead of instore £10.

After seeing todays post though i'm going to try my local store tomorrow to see if i can get one for the £129

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/huawei-p9-lite-ee-black-129-99-10-top-required-instore-ready-buy-ee-2539025
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/huawei-p9-lite-gold-black-beats-ep-headphones-was-169-99-now-179-99-minimum-top-2540114
#7
Got one from Uxbridge store last week for 129 + 20 to-up with free unlocking. Worth giving a try...
#8
Free to unlock according to website on PAYG
#9
Went to two local stores today, both out of stock with black. Second store had some gold, price was £159.99 + £10.00 topup. Buying for Mom so gold colour is ok, so I went for it. When they rang it up ... £129.99 + £10.00 topup. Worth an ask instore if you are ok with the gold colour ...
#10
Any idea if the camera has optical stabilisation? Thanks!
1 Like #11
twe
Any idea if the camera has optical stabilisation? Thanks!

I own the phone and it doesn't :(
#12
V tempted with this tho would it be worth holding out to see what black friday throws up?
#13
Free spyware preloaded from the commies! Mega deal.
#14
ferrarian
Free spyware preloaded from the commies! Mega deal.
LOL !
1 Like #15
ferrarian
Free spyware preloaded from the commies! Mega deal.

You've posted comment this on at least 3 phone deals in the last week, you never give any detail so you're either pretty clueless or just trolling......
1 Like #16
Infiltrator
ferrarian
Free spyware preloaded from the commies! Mega deal.
You've posted comment this on at least 3 phone deals in the last week, you never give any detail so you're either pretty clueless or just trolling......

700m phones allegedly had Chinese spyware on them https://www.cyberscoop.com/android-malware-china-huawei-zte-kryptowire-blu-products/
#17
jhw
Infiltrator
ferrarian
Free spyware preloaded from the commies! Mega deal.
You've posted comment this on at least 3 phone deals in the last week, you never give any detail so you're either pretty clueless or just trolling......
700m phones allegedly had Chinese spyware on them https://www.cyberscoop.com/android-malware-china-huawei-zte-kryptowire-blu-products/

Thanks, that's all that was needed, at least folk can make an informed decision now.
#18
danstan21
twe
Any idea if the camera has optical stabilisation? Thanks!

I own the phone and it doesn't :(


Shame, almost got the huawei p9 but realised the dual lens don't have optical stabilisation either. Looking for a contract to, didn't want another Samsung and the Galaxy Pixel is to expensive, maybe the HTC 10 is the one for me.
1 Like #19
Beanz
Anyone with any questions about the phone...unlocking etc i'd flick through the previous deals for it
On the internet both deals have now finished and the price jumped up by £30 on each along with the top up being £20 instead of instore £10.

After seeing todays post though i'm going to try my local store tomorrow to see if i can get one for the £129

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/huawei-p9-lite-ee-black-129-99-10-top-required-instore-ready-buy-ee-2539025
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/huawei-p9-lite-gold-black-beats-ep-headphones-was-169-99-now-179-99-minimum-top-2540114


Worth holding out to black friday to see if it gets even cheaper? (_;)
#20
themackerel88
Beanz
Anyone with any questions about the phone...unlocking etc i'd flick through the previous deals for it
On the internet both deals have now finished and the price jumped up by £30 on each along with the top up being £20 instead of instore £10.
After seeing todays post though i'm going to try my local store tomorrow to see if i can get one for the £129http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/huawei-p9-lite-ee-black-129-99-10-top-required-instore-ready-buy-ee-2539025http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/huawei-p9-lite-gold-black-beats-ep-headphones-was-169-99-now-179-99-minimum-top-2540114
Worth holding out to black friday to see if it gets even cheaper? (_;)

Doubt you'll get it cheaper than this anytime soon. Good phone, by the way. Bargain at this price.
1 Like #21
Been and bought one this morning, on the shelf it still states this price £129.99 but with a £20 topup, then the BeatsEP offer is listed as £159.99 + £10 topup. I spoke to the girl there and checked they had stock then queried the £20 asking if it could be done for £10 and other than telling me a Virgin sim wouldn't work said that it could be a £10 topup. I ignored her lack of knowledge that the Virgin Sim even shows as EE in the status bar and bought one anyway. She did also tell me that it would only get 3G even though in a 4G handset, not sure how true that is or even if my wife even has a 4G sim currently.
Seems a good chunk of phone for £139.99.
#22
This is a single sim - someone said on HUKD that 2nd sim has been blocked in UK but it is possible to remove the block.

Does anyone know how to remove it?
#23
Makes my Moto G4 seem sluggish. 3 year warranty. Unless you want to take the risk of an import it seems the best deal I could find.
#24
Bought yday cheers op. Anyone been able to shift the top up? I don't need it
#25
msaquib
This is a single sim - someone said on HUKD that 2nd sim has been blocked in UK but it is possible to remove the block.
Does anyone know how to remove it?
It's complicated and involves re-flashing the firmware with a dual sim version. You have to root the phone, unlock the bootloader and then update the firmware. It has been reported that it does not always work, and most certainly voids the warranty. It's also a grey area as to the legality of it, as to make it work it effectively duplicates the IMEi number for both slots ('proper' dual sim has two IMEi) Not for the uninformed for sure, and you also risk bricking the phone right away.

Do it at your peril :)
1 Like #26
I've just submitted my unlock request to EE customer services, takes up to 10 days and is free.
#27
Just checked this deal out in my local store. They're advertising (not sure on stock exactly) the PAYG deal for 129.99 plus 10 top up but the store assistant told me they don't allow unlocks for 6 months, contrary to what the EE website says. I can't find info on this anywhere and wondered if anyone had any insight into it?
#28
AKS1978
Just checked this deal out in my local store. They're advertising (not sure on stock exactly) the PAYG deal for 129.99 plus 10 top up but the store assistant told me they don't allow unlocks for 6 months, contrary to what the EE website says. I can't find info on this anywhere and wondered if anyone had any insight into it?


http://ee.co.uk/help/getting-started/joining-ee/unlocking-your-device
#29
Has anyone received their unlock code? do they sms this?
#30
My unlock has just been turned down by ee as I haven't had the phone long enough. It says please try again in 6 months which they say is the minimum term before I can unlock which I know is ballshite but can't keep on waiting, it's been over 2 weeks now. Haven't had much luck as this the second time I've tried.
#31
That's annoying! Anyone know of any private companies that would do this for cheap? lot of the ones I've seen are asking for about £20!
#32
Hammer2006
My unlock has just been turned down by ee as I haven't had the phone long enough. It says please try again in 6 months which they say is the minimum term before I can unlock which I know is ballshite but can't keep on waiting, it's been over 2 weeks now. Haven't had much luck as this the second time I've tried.

This is what I feared given what I was told in the shop. Just seems strange that the website says diferent.
#33
The odd thing i started the process over the phone, so actually spoke with someone and the guy said there be no problem or any charge so wasnt expecting i get a text today (exactly 10 days from the call) say they wont unlock.
Still wondering if im unlucky or this could be a more wider clamp down on unlocking straight after purchase?
#34
gman99
That's annoying! Anyone know of any private companies that would do this for cheap? lot of the ones I've seen are asking for about £20!

You can use dc unlocker and do it yourself for less than £4, thats the way im going to have to do it as £20 (was £6 a couple of weeks ago) is stupidly expensive to unlock a huawei phone.

follow this tutorial
#35
Wow that is bullsh*t and they had better sort themselves out otherwise this is going straight to trading standards. I purchased two of these phones with the understanding that I could unlock them immediately. No unlock, these go back and I go get them from O2 where the one I got was already unlocked (but came with no charger ).
#36
dc unlocker looks good. Has anyone tried it out on this model?
#37
gman99
dc unlocker looks good. Has anyone tried it out on this model?

I did a minute ago on my ee p9 lite and it worked perfectly.All in it cost 4 euros= £3.52 for 4 credits.

I will say, follow whats exactly written down on the tutorial i posted. Dont like me miss step 1 and wonder why it cant find my phone and make sure where it says select manufacture, select huawei phones and might be a good idea to run the dc unlocker program in administrator mode.

Lastly make sure huawei hisuite does connect to your phone ok, with that you should be good to go.


Edited By: Hammer2006 on Nov 21, 2016 22:04
#38
I just checked with my local store and they confirmed £140 or £170 with the headphones, including the compulsory top up. I'll be very annoyed if I can't unlock instantly and for free as that's exactly what the EE website says you can do.
#39
MY EE account finally updated the device type, and I was able to submit the second unlock request for the second phone I bought. On the confirmation page it says the unlock costs £8.99, contrary to the free of charge indication on the webpage. I tweeted EE and got zero response...
1 Like #40
Well if I get no response from my two requests, then I will be trying via DC-Unlocker as well. Have used them in the past for 3G/4G MiFi devices, would use them again.

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