LG G3 (Black/Gold) on Vodafone with 300 minutes, Unlimited texts, 250MB Data @ Mobile Phones Direct (Possibly £30 Quidco) £21.00 P/M (inclusive of £192 cashback from MPD) - Total £504.00 (£474.00 with Quidco included!) - HotUKDeals
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While I appreciate that this deal may not be for everyone due to the meagre data allowance, it may be of use to those as well that would like to purchase the phone on installments if they can't afford to pay upfront, as the total price over the two years comes out to £474.00 if Quidco pays! Cheaper than buying sim free and you get included a 300 minutes, unlimited texts and 250MB data as well!

5.5 inch 2k (1440x2560) screen, no other phone available here in the west boasts such a resolution screen! SD card slot as well as removable battery is included in the phone!

The latest flag-ship smart phone from LG, the LG G3 has some big boots to fill after the success of its predecessor, the LG G2. It delivers with style and performance rivalling the tough competition on the Smartphone market in late 2014.

The LG G3 has a 5.5 inch 1440x2560 pixel LCD screen boasting 500 pixels per inch, the first brand Smartphone to do so. This display does not result in an overly large handset size however, with the LG G3’s dimensions as 5.76 x 2.94 x 0.35 inches. Even at such a compact size for a flag-ship smartphone, the LG G3 runs on Android 4.4.2 Kit-Kat and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 8974 system chip, thus its 75.3% screen to body size ratio will not affect performance. In regards to memory, the handset holds an impressive 32GB internal storage along with an additional slot for microSD, microSDHC, microSDXC, expanding the memory to a whopping 128GB. All these features are wrapped up in a real metallic lightweight casing as apposed to a plastic metal-style imitation.

The camera on the LG G3 will really please the creative eye, with a 13 mega pixel camera complete with nifty features including LG’s improved Optimal Image Stabilization + , touch to focus and laser autofocus. More in to your ‘selfies’? The 2.1 mega pixel front camera comes with an “enhanced selfie mode” capturing you at your best every time. 4K video recording is also included with updates on the acclaimed recording features from the LG G2.

2014 proves to be a big year for the Smartphone with some highly anticipated releases from big brands. The LG G3 does more than enough to fight at the top, with some phenomenal trimmings and extras such as the ability to charge the phone wirelessly, a brand new “easy to understand and attractive” interface and a removable 3,000mAh battery.

A technological breakthrough cased in a compact and durable casing is what LG G3 have aimed for with their latest flag-ship Smartphone and with the LG G3 they’ve done everything right to achieve this.
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Honestly, why are people voting this cold? Please show me anywhere where you can get the LG G3 essentially on installments which comes out at a lower or same price than buying sim free?

Edited By: ajavaid92 on Jun 29, 2014 12:49
Great price. Baffled as to why this has gone cold.
Isn't this £696 for the term same as a previous hukd deal?
If cashback pays then it goes down to £504 (ie claims made on time
Didn't vote either way as never liked redemption schemes as been burned far too many times.
Isn't this £696 for the term same as a previous hukd deal?
If cashback pays then it goes down to £504 (ie claims made on time
Didn't vote either way as never liked redemption schemes as been burned far too many times.

Majority of the people either miss the deadline for redeeming the cashback or forget about it altogether, thus this strong sense of resentment and feeling of negativity towards such redemption deals, unfortunately. :( However, those purchasing such high-end phones should be aware that reminders can be set on phones and therefore simply setting a reminder on the phone for every redemption period should drop the excuse of missing the deadline. The rest, which is just sending in your bill for that redemption period, should be a breeze. £196 is a lot of money back, and therefore in my opinion, makes this a very good deal, but I guess some people consider it too much hassle?

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