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LG G3 £18.99 24 months contract T-Mobile - potentially £50.50 TCB ( £16.90 pm ) @ mobiles.co.uk £455.76

£455.76 @ Mobiles.co.uk
Looks like good offer for LG G3 ( not S ) with 1 GB data : 100 min Unlimited text 1 GB data TCB tracked @ £50.50 within 20 min. ( £18.99 * 24 ) - £50.50 = £405.7 £405.7 / 24 = £16.90 Read More
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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
Looks like good offer for LG G3 ( not S ) with 1 GB data :

100 min
Unlimited text
1 GB data

TCB tracked @ £50.50 within 20 min.

( £18.99 * 24 ) - £50.50 = £405.7
£405.7 / 24 = £16.90
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Avoid T-Mobile like the plague.

I've only just got rid of them.

On a 24 month contract that should have ended June 2014, I called in May informing them of my intention to cancel. They told me I'd have to pay for the last month, I thought that was fine.
June, I get the bill, pay it, and expect that to be the end of it. It wasn't - they failed to record the cancellation. So in July, I get another bill. I called up, they told me I hadn't cancelled the contract. So after an hour of them essentially calling me a liar, they told me I'd have to pay a final month (again). So August comes, and begrudgingly I pay the final bill to get them off my back.
And then September comes around, and another T-Mobile letter in the post - they'd charged me £10 to convert it from Contract to PAYG! I'd cancelled the Direct Debit, so I didn't pay it. I called them up, asked wtf was going on and they said they'd waive the fee as a goodwill gesture. They didn't.
October came, a second bill came, the £10 plus a £5 fee. I called again and T-Mobile told me they couldn't give me any goodwill offer and the person who offered me it was a liar. The guy actually called his co-worker a liar. I refused to pay it.
In November came the first Debt Collection letter.
And approximately 2 days I got fed up, called them up and asked how much it would cost to never have to speak to them ever again. £23.39 "and we'll send a letter to confirm". I said no, I don't want any confirmation, just close the ****ing account. The woman did so.

So a contract that ended in mid-June 2014 with T-Mobile was only closed in mid-December 2014. For all you Maths whizzes out there, that's 6 months of contract I should never have had to pay had they recorded my initial cancellation.

Although this is a good deal that's been posted today, take T-Mobile with a pinch of salt... because they're full of ****.

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#1
Gold version available at same price:

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#2
As this is t-mobile, will it get a 3g or 4g signal/speed? Couldn't see anything about it on the deal site.

(yes, I know the phone is 4g capable, just wondering about the tariff)
1 Like #3
Be careful with t-mob, they sent me a pre-christmas final bill of £627. Thanks T-mobile.
#4
Looks like a great deal - works out even cheaper than the £240 SIM free handset from Amazon warehouse that was on here recently combined with a Three £10 a month SIM only plan (to get the 1GB data per month) over two years.
#5
pablomalin
Be careful with t-mob, they sent me a pre-christmas final bill of £627. Thanks T-mobile.
Woah, you gonna pay it?
2 Likes #6
dark_shadow
pablomalin
Be careful with t-mob, they sent me a pre-christmas final bill of £627. Thanks T-mobile.
Woah, you gonna pay it?
http://oi60.tinypic.com/a4vptk.jpg
#7
T- Mobile 3g only
#8
LG G3 has over the air update to Lollypop
#9
Prefer a 12m plan....
#10
I decided to ignore the comments about lag and poor colour etc and I only have good things to say about this phone. The screen is definitely amazing. It's not dull at all. I don't notice any lag at all. The phone looks great and feels great. It's the best phone I've owned so far.
#11
I just don't trust cashbacks.
1 Like #12
Tabintab
LG G3 has over the air update to Lollypop

not arrived for my sim free g3 :(
#13
mine is sim free and got lollipop earlier in the week. it's not as slick as my old N4, clean master is forever telling me it's running out of ram and the CPU is overheating. but the annoying battery full notification seems to have sorted itself out and the battery does seem to be lasting longer now.
#14
Good find
#15
coming from a n5. it lags like s@#t. I stuck nova launcher on it and is much more manageable. I enjoy the phone. camera and screen are good. build quality not so much.
#16
In regards to negative phone reviews and comments, if you had asked me after a week if I liked my Galaxy S4 I would have said best phone I ever owned.

12 months on I have to be careful as it often gets too hot, the battery drains very quick, it takes longer to fully charge, it is not as responsive and connection to 4G is often very slow, I won't be getting another.

Most phones are great when you get them but a few months on you are tied in to a contract and thinking why... My next phone will be <£150 phone and a cheap monthly no tie in contract
#17
very good deals these are however I promised myself not to sign another t-mobile contract...
3 Likes #18
pablomalin
dark_shadow
pablomalin
Be careful with t-mob, they sent me a pre-christmas final bill of £627. Thanks T-mobile.
Woah, you gonna pay it?
http://oi60.tinypic.com/a4vptk.jpg
is that for 80 mb ? wow i am lost for words i have unlimited internet no tethering though so thank god. its t-mobile as well. that seems mad they used to have a max per day i think on internet?? was it £2 a day ?? obv not now
i think they should offer you some sort of good will gesture as that is outrageous!!!!
#19
pablomalin
dark_shadow
pablomalin
Be careful with t-mob, they sent me a pre-christmas final bill of £627. Thanks T-mobile.
Woah, you gonna pay it?
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Dear me, £513.05 for 80MB of data. That is hell of an expensive data you've got :/
#20
pablomalin
dark_shadow
pablomalin
Be careful with t-mob, they sent me a pre-christmas final bill of £627. Thanks T-mobile.
Woah, you gonna pay it?
http://oi60.tinypic.com/a4vptk.jpg
That's crazy is there anything you can do? We are with EE they warn me when I've hit 80% of my allowance then limit my usage when ive used it all, not charge me over. Was that for use abroad?
14 Likes #21
Avoid T-Mobile like the plague.

I've only just got rid of them.

On a 24 month contract that should have ended June 2014, I called in May informing them of my intention to cancel. They told me I'd have to pay for the last month, I thought that was fine.
June, I get the bill, pay it, and expect that to be the end of it. It wasn't - they failed to record the cancellation. So in July, I get another bill. I called up, they told me I hadn't cancelled the contract. So after an hour of them essentially calling me a liar, they told me I'd have to pay a final month (again). So August comes, and begrudgingly I pay the final bill to get them off my back.
And then September comes around, and another T-Mobile letter in the post - they'd charged me £10 to convert it from Contract to PAYG! I'd cancelled the Direct Debit, so I didn't pay it. I called them up, asked wtf was going on and they said they'd waive the fee as a goodwill gesture. They didn't.
October came, a second bill came, the £10 plus a £5 fee. I called again and T-Mobile told me they couldn't give me any goodwill offer and the person who offered me it was a liar. The guy actually called his co-worker a liar. I refused to pay it.
In November came the first Debt Collection letter.
And approximately 2 days I got fed up, called them up and asked how much it would cost to never have to speak to them ever again. £23.39 "and we'll send a letter to confirm". I said no, I don't want any confirmation, just close the ****ing account. The woman did so.

So a contract that ended in mid-June 2014 with T-Mobile was only closed in mid-December 2014. For all you Maths whizzes out there, that's 6 months of contract I should never have had to pay had they recorded my initial cancellation.

Although this is a good deal that's been posted today, take T-Mobile with a pinch of salt... because they're full of ****.
1 Like #22
Guessing someone was abroad if that bill is for 80mb?
#23
septimoose
Avoid T-Mobile like the plague.

I've only just got rid of them.

On a 24 month contract that should have ended June 2014, I called in May informing them of my intention to cancel. They told me I'd have to pay for the last month, I thought that was fine.
June, I get the bill, pay it, and expect that to be the end of it. It wasn't - they failed to record the cancellation. So in July, I get another bill. I called up, they told me I hadn't cancelled the contract. So after an hour of them essentially calling me a liar, they told me I'd have to pay a final month (again). So August comes, and begrudgingly I pay the final bill to get them off my back.
And then September comes around, and another T-Mobile letter in the post - they'd charged me £10 to convert it from Contract to PAYG! I'd cancelled the Direct Debit, so I didn't pay it. I called them up, asked wtf was going on and they said they'd waive the fee as a goodwill gesture. They didn't.
October came, a second bill came, the £10 plus a £5 fee. I called again and T-Mobile told me they couldn't give me any goodwill offer and the person who offered me it was a liar. The guy actually called his co-worker a liar. I refused to pay it.
In November came the first Debt Collection letter.
And approximately 2 days I got fed up, called them up and asked how much it would cost to never have to speak to them ever again. £23.39 "and we'll send a letter to confirm". I said no, I don't want any confirmation, just close the ****ing account. The woman did so.

So a contract that ended in mid-June 2014 with T-Mobile was only closed in mid-December 2014. For all you Maths whizzes out there, that's 6 months of contract I should never have had to pay had they recorded my initial cancellation.

Although this is a good deal that's been posted today, take T-Mobile with a pinch of salt... because they're full of ****.
They just tried to charge me £35 to conver from them to EE. Told them i wasnt paying it, they sorted it there and then and cancelled it. Got a confirmation text confirming it 10 mins later and they phoned me 4 hours later to follow it up. Everyones experience is different i guess

Edited By: blakester on Dec 20, 2014 11:56
#24
AndyEssex
I decided to ignore the comments about lag and poor colour etc and I only have good things to say about this phone. The screen is definitely amazing. It's not dull at all. I don't notice any lag at all. The phone looks great and feels great. It's the best phone I've owned so far.

Every time i upgrade to a new phone it is the best phone i have ever owned, i think that is a technology advancement issue.
#25
slo_moshun
Prefer a 12m plan....

Id prefer a 0 month plan. But hey, bedsheet happens.
#26
DarrylJohn
[quote=slo_moshun] Prefer a 12m plan....

Id prefer a 0 month plan. But hey, bedsheet happens.

Me too but I'm using following calculations as well:
Would spend about £10 pm on the phone anyway so anything above that is extra I'm paying just for the handset - in this case £6.9 x 24 = £165.5. If I went for PAYG option handset would cost me around £250 so IMO is worth it.

Edited By: m4dm3n on Dec 20, 2014 12:26
#27
http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/business-28096678

Not allowed to charge that much for roaming.
#28
That contract aucks. Not sure why peope are buying this when you can get a sim free g3 for under 300 quid.

Better to get a 12 month sim onpy contract with a different provider.
#29
septimoose
Avoid T-Mobile like the plague.

I've only just got rid of them.

On a 24 month contract that should have ended June 2014, I called in May informing them of my intention to cancel. They told me I'd have to pay for the last month, I thought that was fine.
June, I get the bill, pay it, and expect that to be the end of it. It wasn't - they failed to record the cancellation. So in July, I get another bill. I called up, they told me I hadn't cancelled the contract. So after an hour of them essentially calling me a liar, they told me I'd have to pay a final month (again). So August comes, and begrudgingly I pay the final bill to get them off my back.
And then September comes around, and another T-Mobile letter in the post - they'd charged me £10 to convert it from Contract to PAYG! I'd cancelled the Direct Debit, so I didn't pay it. I called them up, asked wtf was going on and they said they'd waive the fee as a goodwill gesture. They didn't.
October came, a second bill came, the £10 plus a £5 fee. I called again and T-Mobile told me they couldn't give me any goodwill offer and the person who offered me it was a liar. The guy actually called his co-worker a liar. I refused to pay it.
In November came the first Debt Collection letter.
And approximately 2 days I got fed up, called them up and asked how much it would cost to never have to speak to them ever again. £23.39 "and we'll send a letter to confirm". I said no, I don't want any confirmation, just close the ****ing account. The woman did so.

So a contract that ended in mid-June 2014 with T-Mobile was only closed in mid-December 2014. For all you Maths whizzes out there, that's 6 months of contract I should never have had to pay had they recorded my initial cancellation.

Although this is a good deal that's been posted today, take T-Mobile with a pinch of salt... because they're full of ****.

Sounds familar. They kept over charging me, not by much by about 5 quid a month, I'd ring them up, have the money refunded after a long conversation and then they'd carry on overcharging me and I'd have to.go throigh the process again. Happened many times in a row. Very por company.

However this was before they merged with Orange so things might be different now.
#30
septimoose
Avoid T-Mobile like the plague.

I've only just got rid of them.

On a 24 month contract that should have ended June 2014, I called in May informing them of my intention to cancel. They told me I'd have to pay for the last month, I thought that was fine.
June, I get the bill, pay it, and expect that to be the end of it. It wasn't - they failed to record the cancellation. So in July, I get another bill. I called up, they told me I hadn't cancelled the contract. So after an hour of them essentially calling me a liar, they told me I'd have to pay a final month (again). So August comes, and begrudgingly I pay the final bill to get them off my back.
And then September comes around, and another T-Mobile letter in the post - they'd charged me £10 to convert it from Contract to PAYG! I'd cancelled the Direct Debit, so I didn't pay it. I called them up, asked wtf was going on and they said they'd waive the fee as a goodwill gesture. They didn't.
October came, a second bill came, the £10 plus a £5 fee. I called again and T-Mobile told me they couldn't give me any goodwill offer and the person who offered me it was a liar. The guy actually called his co-worker a liar. I refused to pay it.
In November came the first Debt Collection letter.
And approximately 2 days I got fed up, called them up and asked how much it would cost to never have to speak to them ever again. £23.39 "and we'll send a letter to confirm". I said no, I don't want any confirmation, just close the ****ing account. The woman did so.

So a contract that ended in mid-June 2014 with T-Mobile was only closed in mid-December 2014. For all you Maths whizzes out there, that's 6 months of contract I should never have had to pay had they recorded my initial cancellation.

Although this is a good deal that's been posted today, take T-Mobile with a pinch of salt... because they're full of ****.

Iirc they record their calls so you should have them to account although not easy in that situation. I expect had you threatened them with Otelio or whoever regulates them, theyd have crumbled as it costs them money to go threre.
#31
sotomonkey
septimoose
Avoid T-Mobile like the plague.

I've only just got rid of them.

On a 24 month contract that should have ended June 2014, I called in May informing them of my intention to cancel. They told me I'd have to pay for the last month, I thought that was fine.
June, I get the bill, pay it, and expect that to be the end of it. It wasn't - they failed to record the cancellation. So in July, I get another bill. I called up, they told me I hadn't cancelled the contract. So after an hour of them essentially calling me a liar, they told me I'd have to pay a final month (again). So August comes, and begrudgingly I pay the final bill to get them off my back.
And then September comes around, and another T-Mobile letter in the post - they'd charged me £10 to convert it from Contract to PAYG! I'd cancelled the Direct Debit, so I didn't pay it. I called them up, asked wtf was going on and they said they'd waive the fee as a goodwill gesture. They didn't.
October came, a second bill came, the £10 plus a £5 fee. I called again and T-Mobile told me they couldn't give me any goodwill offer and the person who offered me it was a liar. The guy actually called his co-worker a liar. I refused to pay it.
In November came the first Debt Collection letter.
And approximately 2 days I got fed up, called them up and asked how much it would cost to never have to speak to them ever again. £23.39 "and we'll send a letter to confirm". I said no, I don't want any confirmation, just close the ****ing account. The woman did so.

So a contract that ended in mid-June 2014 with T-Mobile was only closed in mid-December 2014. For all you Maths whizzes out there, that's 6 months of contract I should never have had to pay had they recorded my initial cancellation.

Although this is a good deal that's been posted today, take T-Mobile with a pinch of salt... because they're full of ****.

Iirc they record their calls so you should have them to account although not easy in that situation. I expect had you threatened them with Otelio or whoever regulates them, theyd have crumbled as it costs them money to go threre.

I didn't threaten them, but I told them quite clearly that I'd be taking it to the Ombudsman, then I'd be filing a claim form against them. I'm currently taking the Bar course, and I really don't have the time to be squabbling with them though. I'm just glad I'm away from them now.
#32
Never going back to T-Mobile ever. I had truly unlimited data with tethering then they unilaterally decided the unlimited meant 3gb and no tethering suddenly one day. Used to be a good company with good CS untill EE came along and ruined them.
#33
kevinwallace56884
mine is sim free and got lollipop earlier in the week. it's not as slick as my old N4, clean master is forever telling me it's running out of ram and the CPU is overheating. but the annoying battery full notification seems to have sorted itself out and the battery does seem to be lasting longer now.

Ditch Clean Master. It's a scummy app that's not needed and drains the battery rather than prolong the life of it.
#34
pablomalin
dark_shadow
pablomalin
Be careful with t-mob, they sent me a pre-christmas final bill of £627. Thanks T-mobile.
Woah, you gonna pay it?
http://oi60.tinypic.com/a4vptk.jpg

Got one myself from them for £131 + vat for 19MB used on one day. Funny thing was I had moved from T-Mobile to EE and it was in the couple of hours between the transfer that the use happened! Several calls and two weeks later they have agreed to credit it....
#35
glenn13
I just don't trust cashbacks.
It's 18.99/month

The £50 TCB commission is a bonus. You don't have apply for it so great deal without it
#36
Have to admit TM customer service esp their online account mangt is horrific & I would not go back to them
#37
Hot
#38
£405.7 24 months 100 min
Unlimited text
1 GB data it is very cold,100 minutes nothing even 1gb internet lol. waste of money,, if you really want it go 3 network £31 x24 unlimited call,text and UlNLIMITED 4g internet and plus lg g3,

ANDDDDDDDDD be careful t mobile internet i couple years ago i just use 6 mb over internet and it cost me £16 extra.


Edited By: specialoffers on Dec 20, 2014 14:58
#39
pablomalin
dark_shadow
pablomalin
Be careful with t-mob, they sent me a pre-christmas final bill of £627. Thanks T-mobile.
Woah, you gonna pay it?
http://oi60.tinypic.com/a4vptk.jpg
80mb for over £500? That is expensive data...
1 Like #40
glenn13
I just don't trust cashbacks.
Well I have had over £300 paid in the last year. Quidco and TCB) I guess it is just a "trust" issue.

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