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Updated: November 02, 2014

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Nokia 215 £7.50 / 24mths (£1.50 with cashback) total £180.00 mobilephonesdirect

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+ 250 UK Minutes + 5000 UK Texts + 500MB UK Data + 24 Month Contract All for £1.50 a month after cashback. Great deal for the sim card alone.
Wellhung AvatarWellhung2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago13 Comments
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ioscorpio
It's now gone up to £2 a month
adamspencer95
Wellhung
gadgetcake
ioscorpio
This deal was £0.00 per month last week
Agreed, it definitely was. Cold

So clever boy, why didn't you post it when it was free?


​http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nokia-215-free-phone-0-a-month-after-poss-cashback-talk-mobile-180-mobile-phones-2373784
adamspencer95
Wellhung
gadgetcake
ioscorpio
This deal was £0.00 per month last week
Agreed, it definitely was. Cold

So clever boy, why didn't you post it when it was free?


​because somebody else did
Wellhung
gadgetcake
ioscorpio
This deal was £0.00 per month last week
Agreed, it definitely was. Cold

So clever boy, why didn't you post it when it was free?
Wellhung
I have had several deals with these.
Never had any problems with cashback or the like.
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LG g3 contract talk mobile 1000 UK Minutes + 5000 UK Texts + 2GB UK Data £12.50 24mths mobilephonesdirect.co.uk £300.00

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1000 UK Minutes + 5000 UK Texts + 2GB UK Data + 24 Month Contract Seems good for full fat g3 and 2gb is probably minimum amount of data that would be useful to average user Possibly £30 cashbac…
antonywhite37 Avatarantonywhite372w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago43 Comments
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haggisheid
liamf12
Thanks for the reply, I've been comparing features at and wonder if LG phones are just too big. They do seem cheap given the specifications & great value for money. Will eventually bite the bullet but as my family knows all too well, I spend ages deciding.
I am exactly the same, especially when you will be stuck with it for the next two years, my son has the LG G4, so we have the full set! But the screen size is the same as the G3 and you get used to it, although it uses more battery.
liamf12
Thanks for the reply, I've been comparing features at and wonder if LG phones are just too big. They do seem cheap given the specifications & great value for money. Will eventually bite the bullet but as my family knows all too well, I spend ages deciding.
haggisheid
liamf12
Was looking at the S5 neo deal from here at the same price, now I'm stuck. Do I get the G3 (never had an LG phone) or stick with Samsung and get S5 neo
I have had the LG G2 for 18 months and it has been excellent, and just got the LG G3 deal for my wife, I like the better battery life of the Samsung, but I also would consider that the LG G3 was their flagship phone last year, whereas the Samsung is classed as a mid range phone, but it is a difficult decision to make as it ties you into a two year contract.
liamf12
Was looking at the S5 neo deal from here at the same price, now I'm stuck. Do I get the G3 (never had an LG phone) or stick with Samsung and get S5 neo
haggisheid
chancooluk
haggisheid
Are these phones locked to a network?
No. It will be unlocked. I'm sure you asked the same question yesterday. ;-)
My error, apologies, didn't see the reply, good to know
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Samsung Galaxy S6 32GB Gold, 24 month contract, total cost £402.99 @ Mobilephonesdirect

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Samsung Galaxy S6 32GB Gold £162.99 upfront. 24 month contract (£10.00 per month): + 500 UK Minutes + 5000 texts + 1GB data Total cost over 24 months is £402.99 Network: talk mobile Deal is through m…
paypeanuts Avatarpaypeanuts3w, 22h agoFound 3 weeks, 22 hours ago16 Comments
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WajAllRound
ime selling one in gold literally brand new with 02 receipt unlocked plus cases and fast samsung wireless charger. 250. price includes next day special delivery. :)
najbarajo
Agh should have ordered, looks like the handset prices have gone up now when you go through to mobilephonesdirect
cheeky_chops
ordered the note 4 as my note 3 playing up. With 2gb data it works out just over £21pm about £6pm cheaper than any other note 4 deal.
BHOY56
Voted hot from me:)
najbarajo
how did you get the black at that price? I could only see it in there at £15 per month, £95.99 up front
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Vodafone 20Gb ultd txt ultd mins £24 / 12 mths + cashback mobilephonesdirect £288.00

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Sim only deal with Vodafone It is £24 but with £96 cashback it is reduced to £16 first two months unlimited data too
hanish95 Avatarhanish953w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago18 Comments
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rasdonny
Carbonize
rasdonny
Carbonize
GiffGaff do unlimited everything for £20 a month with no contract.
i wld love to be with a provider without signing up to any contract but unfortunately with GIffGaff ppl complain all the time about poor 3g or 4g signal and speed and also as far as i know you cant tether with GiffGaff, is that not correct?
​You can tether with a £20 goodybag for the first 6GB of data, after you reach that limit tethering will no longer be allowed.https://www.giffgaff.com/goodybags/20pound-goodybag

thanks for the linky ...appreciated :)
plath
the porter
plath
no entertainment package. i asked and a person called lucy told me twice it's not available if you go through third parties.
Dont believe a word vf Cs tell you

it was the people at mobilephonesdirect.
the porter
plath
no entertainment package. i asked and a person called lucy told me twice it's not available if you go through third parties.
Dont believe a word vf Cs tell you
plath
no entertainment package. i asked and a person called lucy told me twice it's not available if you go through third parties.
the porter
£120 CB via redemption so £14 a month at mobiles.co.uk
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Sim free £599.99 @ mobile phones direct

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Cheapest I've found SIM free from a UK vendor. Not had much joy getting an upgrade deal from EE, so looking at building my own contract with a 0% credit card and a Sim Only plan instead. If combine…
chookaroo Avatarchookaroo4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago6 Comments
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micpwelsh
Lovely phone
chookaroo

I guess if you go with this, and want to pay it off over 24 months, then you'd have to get a Money Transfer card instead of 0% on purchases card. A bit more faff, but worth it for the additional saving.
ddv
isan5671
like your thinking, could work for someone if you commit to paying the card off totally in the 12/24 months.

Just make sure you set a fixed monthly amount to be paid automatically rather than the minimum to ensue it's cleared accordingly.
mynameisthehulk
There is also 1 available here locked to Voda http://www.smartfonestore.com/filter-stock-In%20stock.aspx for £549.99 if you dont want to sign up to credit with Very,
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Unlimited mins, unlimited, texts, 16GB data (4G double-speed) per month with EE - 12 month contract - £19.99/month PLUS £96 cashback (by redemption) - equivalent to £11.99 per month @ mobilephonesdirect £239.98

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Possible £10 cashback via Quidco/TCB too. Confirmed via email that it's essentially £11.99/month after redemption (thought that £19.99 may have been factoring in the cashback). Tethering allowed. C…
karlie88 Avatarkarlie884w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago1085 Comments
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sethcathison
its getting near the payment day for month 2 of this contract. Share your experience of whether you get your £15 refund and proper bill of £19.99 this month
harisled
To everyone that has had poor experience with MPD on this matter, I would suggest to write a review on trustpilot about that.
I received an email from trustpilot (initiated by MPD automatically) to review them.
destix
teshman
Just want to check the cash back part of the deal - if my contract started on 13 April, would my billing month 4 be 13 August?


​I took this deal direct with EE, but in regards to the mpd deal, is there not an online account with mpd that you can login and check this stuff?
teshman
Just want to check the cash back part of the deal - if my contract started on 13 April, would my billing month 4 be 13 August?
MINANTRA
theshadowman
MINANTRA
Well I just paid my first bill to EE yesterday for £19.99, however, I received an email from them saying that all monthly tariffs will in crease by £1!
"...from midnight This Thursday all EE tariff prices across the UK will be increased by £1 per month,".
Does that mean that this £19.99 deal on a 12 month contract will be £20.99 from May bill onwards?
They increase prices in March each year by RPI %, so it's strange you have that email (I didn't get it) but I'm confident the price will be £19.99 until March at least.

Yes I thought the prices went up in March 2017, however, thats not what the email says, oh and to be clear the email was from MPD not direct from EE, sorry.

Edited By: MINANTRA on Apr 27, 2016 12:15
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LG Nexus 5X - 16GB Black Brand new on Talkmobile 2GB data, 1000 mins, 5000 texts (mobilephones direct) £360.00

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£13.96 monthly x24 after automatic cashback. Considering you would normally pay around £10 a month for data and minutes below your only paying around £95 for the phone making it a great price in my op…
gwiddecombe Avatargwiddecombe1m, 12h agoFound 1 month, 12 hours ago8 Comments
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nigelbutler
this is a great deal!!!

was just looking at it.... if talkmobile is ok for you
grewstar1
mikegrath
this seems a good deal to me , why cold?


​Think it's the talk mobile network. My post on the HTC didn't do too well either

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/htc-a9-17-50-per-month-2gb-data-1000-min-5000-texts-mobile-phones-direct-420-2424145
mikegrath
this seems a good deal to me , why cold?
rotor
Which means the extra 16gb costs you £142 more. That's expensive memory.
krizw
grewstar1
Hot. Not sure about 16gb and no sd-card though.


32gb for a bit more is available. £15pm and £117 upfront.

http://www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/contract-mobile-phones/lg-nexus-5x-32gb-black



Edited By: krizw on Apr 03, 2016 20:30
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HTC A9 £17.50 per month 2gb data / 1000 min / 5000 texts @ Mobile phones direct - £420.00

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Seems ok 2 GB UK Data 1000 UK Minutes 5000 UK Texts
grewstar1 Avatargrewstar11m, 2d agoFound 1 month, 2 days ago15 Comments
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matthestan
can anyone shed more light on this? i'm currently due to upgrade 3 handsets


I think if you can survive with 16gb then go for the LG Nexus 5X. It seems like a much better phone than the A9 and it's cheaper.
matthestan
can anyone shed more light on this? i'm currently due to upgrade 3 handsets
katestewart9279
Its talkmobile. All the cheap deals are with them and people on here say it's unreliable
grewstar1
Reviews seem mixed for this phone. Has anyone got it and can comment?
strikerman


​Link now works instead of the one I was using. This deal should be super hot.
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Samsung Galaxy Core Prime, 2 year contract (cashback), 2Gb data, 1k mins, 5k txts, £7pm, with TCB total price £136.50, MobilePhonesDirect

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Not the best 'phone, but a good cheap basic one (first phone for kids), but the phone is listed around £100 on Amazon, and to get this package (2Gb data, 1000 mins, 5000 texts), I think this is a good…
SmashieSmith AvatarSmashieSmith1m, 2d agoFound 1 month, 2 days ago11 Comments
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bestpricebob
Is TCB valid with cashback deals?


​yes, my wife's phone they paid out, but with a different company.
bestpricebob
Is TCB valid with cashback deals?
Sniffler
leather
Good deal but get a glass screen protector for it, screen is weaker than eggs.
As is your 'banter'?
Eggs are incredibly strong.
smarty0007
SmashieSmith
smarty0007
It's ok but don't forget it's only runs on the 3g network
Sounds like you know more than me on it, although it lists this on the MPD website - This Samsung Galaxy Core Prime, also quipped with 4G LTE, and this on Amazon - 4G category 4 support. Without being rude, hope you are wrong :p


​Sorry should have been more specific the phone is 4g the network talkmobile only operates a 3g service at the minute
leather
Good deal but get a glass screen protector for it, screen is weaker than eggs.
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LG G3 - 1000 mins, 2GB data, 24 months Talkmobile - £12.50 p.m. @ Mobilephonesdirect.co.uk £300.00

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Link broken. Go via tech radar where there is no upfront cost. I've asked for this listing to be killed. Appreciate the phone is slightly dated but still good for most tasks, so this might be of i…
Davidben83 AvatarDavidben831m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago9 Comments
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haggisheid
Daftfool666
klushs
I'm still using my LG G3 32Gb 3gb version and I never had any of those problems. I bought it abroad for a decent price but I don't understand why UK's market offers only this weak version for the same price I bought mine elsewhere.
G4 isn't much different or better than mine (except camera).
Good deal if you use your phone for basics in my opinion.
​I had similar but was all resolved by marshmallow update. Hot screen was the main one and dreadful battery life appear to have been addressed.
Just ordered this deal, was the marshmallow update over the air or was it a beta version?
pandy
You can also get the G4 for an upfront cost of £79.99 which comes with the same tariff and monthly cost but I personally have decided to stay away from this company as the reviews are pretty bad. If you do get these deals and have no problems then we'll done.
Davidben83
Despite appearances to the contrary, I am not an idiot. If you go via Techradar, there is no upfront cost - the link broke. If somebody wants this deal, he/she should still be able to get it. I think it is excellent.
zobradlia
Im with talkmobile but dont get a phone i just change tariff im currently on £7.50 pm 1000 mins 5000 txt and 2gb data this offer is available until april 16th i think.i had phone last yr for extra 20p pm
aramaj36
And the upfront cost is ?
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Lg Nexus 5x £325.00 @ MobilePhonesDirect

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Lg Nexus 5x. 500 mins. 5000 texts and 1gb data. £85 upfront cost then £10 p.m on a 24 month contract so total cost is £325.
pandy Avatarpandy1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago5 Comments
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rotor
Well I've gone for a variant of this deal (the free phone, £15/mth with auto £25 cashback + £30.30 topcashback already tracked - so £12.70/mth over 24 mth (£304) and 2gb data)
Can't even find your deal - none seem to have £85 upfront
waynehardy
Flipping eck! The phone costs £85 when you figure that on a monthly sim only plan your getting very similar allowances.

£85 for a NEW Nexus 5X!

The only things to consider here is that any data is 3G only and its Vodafone. Both are deal breakers for me but not everyone.

I know that mobilephonesdirect have posted "Dodgy" deals that they haven't honoured in the past but this could be worth a punt. The worst they can do is say no!
daze24
I took up the £15 a month deal with 2gb data and no upfront cost. Thought it seemed quite reasonable and it's great not to have my one plus one doing random crap like turn it's led light on or bring the keypad up for no reason.




Edited By: daze24 on Mar 25, 2016 07:50
pandy
Sorry Speedy can you expand on that please. Also, why is this so cold? I think this is the best deal on here for this phone providing that the company is ok. The chills on here are making me think of staying well clear, buying it from argos and keeping my 3 mobile sim.
SpeedyG
Might be another mistake on their end to promote their contracts.
Couldn't get any of their deals last time.
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Microsoft Lumia 650 From Mobilephonesdirect £4.50 pm after cashback @ MobilephonesDirect £300.00

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It's back down to business for the Microsoft Lumia 650! Microsoft state themselves - "Discover the benefits of a seamless cross-device Windows 10 experience in a precision crafted package. With refine…
Julan AvatarJulan1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago39 Comments
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liamo
Yes, they have honoured it.
Mines dispatched, and have got an order completion email with the tracking details, and the following details in it;
Talkmobile £12.50 per month
+ 1000 Minutes
+ 5000 Texts
+ 2 GB Data
+ 24 Month Contract 1 FREE FREE
Talkmobile Nano SIM Card 1 FREE FREE
Includes £192 Cashback by Redemption 1 FREE FREE
Total (inc. VAT): FREE

got mine too 8)
CardboardCutout
FunkyMonkeyDooDa
Righto, got mine this afternoon. Didn't have any info on cashback, so I phoned and yep - got the £192. Nice lady has sent me an email to confirm. All good. Phone's definitely worth it!

Damn, very jealous, I waited an hour to think about it!
balu_sw
This deal should be expired as the price has gone up
ioscorpio
It's a shame that the price has gone up to £15/£8.50 or £12.50/£9.50 a month.
FunkyMonkeyDooDa
Righto, got mine this afternoon. Didn't have any info on cashback, so I phoned and yep - got the £192. Nice lady has sent me an email to confirm. All good. Phone's definitely worth it!
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge £599.99 @ Mobile Phones Direct

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Seems to be cheaper than Argos, Currys or other high street places. Posting to get opinions really before I contemplate buying. I notice they do the 64GB version too, which I thought was not for the U…
skinflint72 Avatarskinflint721m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago13 Comments
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peodude
BIGD99
Been looking for a new phone to replace my old trusty S3. I love the look and feel of the S7 edge and offered a deal through work. Feels so much nicer than the s6 edge. I have to say that its not for me as it is just too big. I never realised it was still plastic though. I fell for it and thought they had improved the build quality.

It's not plastic, S6 and S7 are made of glass.
skinflint72
Well for what it's worth, I bought the S7 Edge earlier today from John Lewis. Full price, with free 32GB uSD Card, delivered to the local Waitrose. I didn't fancy having to sign up to the Very store card deal, and I don't like waiting so this offer was not for me.
licky52
http://www.very.co.uk/samsung-galaxy-s7-edge-32gb-gold/1600064525.prd?_requestid=366233 .... use the code to get 20% off ... £515 and some pennies
St Geordie
I've ordered the s7 edge and according to the order confirmation email it is the 64gb version and an additional 32gb card
skinflint72
You're right, it is now but it wasn't earlier. Crafty beggars. Well that's the 64GB one off the list then. Is there a better price for the 32GB version in the UK, SIM free at the moment?
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Free LG Nexus 5X 16GB at Mobile Phone Direct with a 2GB contract for £17.50pm 24 months with Talkmobile for £252 or £264 total (redemption deal), possible cashback from TCB £30 £420.00

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There has been lots of unhappy customers at Mobile Phone Direct from the last deal from Nexus 5X which was not fulfilled for most of us. MPD offered an alternative deal which would cost £274 for 500 M…
skydr Avatarskydr1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago9 Comments
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Bertz99
Rich069
Whilst I appreciate your detailed response and information regarding this, none of it really would change my mind regarding taking out such a deal.
regarding the companies you refer, but not name. If they did, then, because your contract would be with them, then it would be contract over I guess- yes if the cash back company went under, then I guess you would lose it. Luckily for me, for all the years I have been doing these deals (prob 15-20) none have.
Re the duration, well my cahback deal is the same length as my contract, so what they do with them details is fine with me
Please tell me what they can do with them anyway? All that info they have, could be got hold off some other way anyway??
What exactly is "personal data" then, and what could they achieve with it?? and why should I be concerned (serious question)?

Not trying to change your mind or mine - I like cashback deals.

Two companies I was referring to were DSG and CPW - last august on of their brand names got hacked and required them to issue warnings.

You say your contract - when buying from a reseller you are initiating more than one contract. The service provider will keep the details they require for the duration. The reseller will not need to keep all unless you are going into an extended agreement such as cashback.

I have also been using cashback deals for roughly the same period of time, the rules have being drastically improved over the years (i.e. 60 days from date of bill required) but I have been caught twice in that period with the last being two payments lost from phones4u going under (out of 5). The successes I have had greatly outweigh this although all deals I consider the what if the cashback does not come through.

Not intending to define personal data but if you are interested the body around this has this pdf https://ico.org.uk/media/for-organisations/documents/1549/determining_what_is_personal_data_quick_reference_guide.pdf

It is more what it can mean though and to give a hypothetical situation - those cold callers trying to dupe people by telling them they are from Microsoft, what if they managed to get the personally identifiable data of those undergoing treatment for dementia (or any other treatment). I could go on with rafts of examples of different intent at different sections of society but it the "if you have nothing to hide" that does not cut the mustard as to the implications and what legally the rules governing this data are attempting to ensure protection is in place for.

Specifically with yourself and what could it mean if someone could get enough of your personal information to pretend to be you - then that would then be down to their intent. Stealing your assets, whilst may be very inconvenient if they became frozen, would normally, on conclusion, leave you nominally out of pocket. Using your identity that could be a different ball park - whilst extreme this page details some famous examples:http://www.cracked.com/article_19973_the-8-creepiest-cases-identity-theft-all-time.html
Rich069
Whilst I appreciate your detailed response and information regarding this, none of it really would change my mind regarding taking out such a deal.

regarding the companies you refer, but not name. If they did, then, because your contract would be with them, then it would be contract over I guess- yes if the cash back company went under, then I guess you would lose it. Luckily for me, for all the years I have been doing these deals (prob 15-20) none have.

Re the duration, well my cahback deal is the same length as my contract, so what they do with them details is fine with me
Please tell me what they can do with them anyway? All that info they have, could be got hold off some other way anyway??

What exactly is "personal data" then, and what could they achieve with it?? and why should I be concerned (serious question)?
Bertz99
Rich069
littel helper
Rich069
littel helper
cash back deal? thanks .but no thank you.
​because sending an email is so difficult??
​if they REALLY want to give you cash why not simply pay to your bank account? sure it's easy for them!
​they do pay into your bank-after sending an email. If you cant get that right, then its your fault. And thankfully there are lots, making these deals,for people that can remember to send an email every couple of months worth while. My deal im on at the moment, gives me £156 cashback (12 month sim only) for sending 5 emails. Surely if your on this site to save some cash, its a no brainer???
Re. companies going under or security?? phones4u are pretty much a one off, and you think companies dont store your data anyway??? course they do, and google and apple do, just by using the phones. And, if youve nothing to hide........
Companies going bust being a one off - you clearly live on a different planet to me, although feel free consider why two of the big entities in the UK communications market recently merged before one or the other went bust.

On personal data the legality is that it must not be kept beyond its intended use and yes both apple and google have been slapped for that on more than one occasion, with substantial fines in some places. Signing up to cashback gives them intended use for the duration. That same merger above, as an example, got publically hacked with those at greatest risk being on cashback details with all their personally identifiable details, including bank records, accessed. Subsequent action to limit impact from further intrusions was to delete all clients bank details and pay them by cheque.

I am one for cashback deals but there are considerations others may not want to gamble like you and I do as well as little helper very valid viewpoint that if the deal is there why not place it upfront.

RE: nothing to hide I think that just shows complete lack of understanding outside your bubble as to what personal data really is and can represent to individuals.


Edited By: Bertz99 on Mar 23, 2016 19:00
Rich069
littel helper
Rich069
littel helper
cash back deal? thanks .but no thank you.


​because sending an email is so difficult??


​if they REALLY want to give you cash why not simply pay to your bank account? sure it's easy for them!


​they do pay into your bank-after sending an email. If you cant get that right, then its your fault. And thankfully there are lots, making these deals,for people that can remember to send an email every couple of months worth while. My deal im on at the moment, gives me £156 cashback (12 month sim only) for sending 5 emails. Surely if your on this site to save some cash, its a no brainer???

Re. companies going under or security?? phones4u are pretty much a one off, and you think companies dont store your data anyway??? course they do, and google and apple do, just by using the phones. And, if youve nothing to hide........
Bertz99
Rich069
littel helper
cash back deal? thanks .but no thank you.
​because sending an email is so difficult??
I am one for cashback deals but you have to consider reasons that some may like the idea which includes when a company goes under so does your cashback (phones4u) or those with a security aspect that may not want a company having reason to store their data for a longer periods.
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Sony Xperia M4 Aqua £180.00 for 2 year contract - 250 minutes , 5000 texts , 500mb data @ Mobilephones direct

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24 x £7.50 = £180 250 UK Minutes 5000 UK Texts 500 MB UK Data 24 Month Contract
winchman Avatarwinchman1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago6 Comments
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matengawhat
Seems to be an issue with this phone, crash/reboot start up loop problem
kev_u8701r
winchman
kev_u8701r
How do you go about claiming the cashback of £60 to make it £7.50 per month ?
Thanks
On this particular deal there is no cash back, you just pay £7.50 a month.
There are others with cashback.

Okay thanks I don't know which one I ordered then lol
winchman
kev_u8701r
How do you go about claiming the cashback of £60 to make it £7.50 per month ?
Thanks

On this particular deal there is no cash back, you just pay £7.50 a month.

There are others with cashback.
kev_u8701r
How do you go about claiming the cashback of £60 to make it £7.50 per month ?
Thanks
waynehardy
These deals are brilliant but only if your happy with 3G data and if Vodafone is good in your area.

Both answers are no for me so not going there, but heat added because others will love it
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LG G5 Sim free+ FREE H3 Bang & Olufsen earphones worth 150 £529.00 @ mobilephonesdirect.co.uk

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Next cheapest is clove £535. Amazon is cheaper 499.99, but doesn't come with the headphones. These are the headphones- http://www.amazon.co.uk/PLAY-Bang-Olufsen-Headphones-Microphone/dp/B00C4VG19M/ref…
Backriver000 AvatarBackriver0001m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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Smartguy1
Seems expensive. You can get the G4 from Virgin Mobile for £15.00 a month + £5.00 a month rolling 30 day sim. Cancel the sim immediately you get it and you are just paying for the G4. It will cost you £380.00 but it does come with a 'free' bluetooth speaker and mine was sim free. It may seem a lot considering the recent vodafone deal but you are paying monthly and the LG from Virgin doesn't come with any bloatware by Virgin, very little from LG and is an amazing phone since they sorted the motherboard issue out.

The G4 is an amazing phone and doubt the G5 will be any better. Unfortunately my G4 was one of the early ones and suffered the motherboard failure. Virgin were no use whatsoever as they offered me an 'as new Samsung S6' which I didn't want so got in touch with LG and they collected my phone and put a new main board in it. Fantastic service from LG.

http://store.virginmedia.com/virgin-media-mobile/pay-monthly-phones/lg-g4-metallic-black/lg-g4-metallic-black-tariffs.html?filters=1

For anyone looking at the G5 then wait. A couple of months after the G4 launched Virgin was doing a deal on those which came with a free smart watch. It's a bit of a gimmick but I sold the watch for £160.00 meaning I got my G4 not too long after launch for £320.00. A lot better deal than any other top phones around at that time.

Edited By: Smartguy1 on Mar 20, 2016 22:04
Backriver000
Nexusfifth
Backriver000
Nexusfifth
Actually I believe Amazon is cheaper at 499£...
It doesn't come with the £150 headphones.
Oh come on just search it on Amazon, or this site, there was a deal that is currently expired but as far as I can see the deal is still on.
You need to go to desktop site to see the headphones deal.
In case you are unable to use search:http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01CDZYXXE/?tag=hotukdealsev-21&th=1&psc=1

I know. I posted that deal. The deal is unfortunately over and amazon deny the deal ever existed.
Nexusfifth
Backriver000
Nexusfifth
Actually I believe Amazon is cheaper at 499£...
It doesn't come with the £150 headphones.

Oh come on just search it on Amazon, or this site, there was a deal that is currently expired but as far as I can see the deal is still on.

You need to go to desktop site to see the headphones deal.

In case you are unable to use search:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01CDZYXXE/?tag=hotukdealsev-21&th=1&psc=1
Ratti3
add23
​they do matey

Show us where on Amazon they come with headphones.
add23
Backriver000
Nexusfifth
Actually I believe Amazon is cheaper at 499£...

It doesn't come with the £150 headphones.


​they do matey
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LG Nexus 5X 16GB Black £15 / 24mth + 1000 UK Minutes + 5000 UK Texts + 2GB UK Data £360.00

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LG Nexus 5X 16GB Black + 1000 UK Minutes + 5000 UK Texts + 2GB UK Data + 24 Month Contract £15.00 per month on talk mobile - no upfront fee for phone The phone is currently around £265 to buy from G…
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ficosaneil
can get it for £10.50 after cashback (£17 a month)
Willzzz
You can get this with £96 cashback so £11 per month.
simont_space
tokamo
Might also help if your deal didn't link to an empty shopping basket at mobilephonesdirect.co.uk like it did for me.
tokamo
It's a good deal if you want a quality new phone and get good talkmobile / vodafone reception and don't need or can't get 4G.

I agree with Andybro - you need to update the title. If the title said:

LG Nexus 5X 16GB Black, 1000 minutes, 5000 texts, 2GB 3G data, Talkmobile 24 month contract £360, £15 per month @mobilephonesdirect.co.uk

...with the emphasis on the £360, you may get more of the heat the deal deserves.
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Sony Xperia M4 Aqua + 500mins (£10 per month/£4 with cashback) @ MobilePhones Direct £240.00

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Sony Xperia M4 Aqua (2GB RAM / decent camera) 1GB data + 500 mins + 5000 texts + 24 month contract @ MobilePhones Direct Seems a decent phone/package for a low price (possibly £96 total with cashback…
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mr_geese
diddlypockets
mr_geese
Al18
What's Talkmobile like as a network? Reading up on trustpilot seems like they like continuing to bill you after a contract has ended
DocRobotnik
Al18
What's Talkmobile like as a network? Reading up on trustpilot seems like they like continuing to bill you after a contract has ended
That's the same with all contracts. 02 are the same, as we're orange in their day.
You have to remember to cancel after the two years.
diddlypockets
DocRobotnik
Al18
What's Talkmobile like as a network? Reading up on trustpilot seems like they like continuing to bill you after a contract has ended
That's the same with all contracts. 02 are the same, as we're orange in their day.
You have to remember to cancel after the two years.
not really.... true, the Direct Debit remains on your account unless you cancel it, however the companies like O2 do not bill you after the contract is over.
Well your contract doesn't end after 24 months... the minimum period ends. The contract becomes just like a one-month rolling contract. After 24 months you need to give notice to cancel or get a PAC and move your number to another provider if you want to end the contract. You won't automatically be put onto a SIM-only plan either.
I am amazed that people enter mobile contracts without knowing these basic things.
The point I am making is that the direct debit still remains on the account even when/if you move your number to another contract/provider and there is nothing to stop a malicious/error transaction using that dd.

As far as I know, you have to cancel the direct debit. it's not done automatically. I could do it easily via online banking in the past.
diddlypockets
mr_geese
Al18
What's Talkmobile like as a network? Reading up on trustpilot seems like they like continuing to bill you after a contract has ended
DocRobotnik
Al18
What's Talkmobile like as a network? Reading up on trustpilot seems like they like continuing to bill you after a contract has ended
That's the same with all contracts. 02 are the same, as we're orange in their day.
You have to remember to cancel after the two years.
diddlypockets
DocRobotnik
Al18
What's Talkmobile like as a network? Reading up on trustpilot seems like they like continuing to bill you after a contract has ended
That's the same with all contracts. 02 are the same, as we're orange in their day.
You have to remember to cancel after the two years.
not really.... true, the Direct Debit remains on your account unless you cancel it, however the companies like O2 do not bill you after the contract is over.
Well your contract doesn't end after 24 months... the minimum period ends. The contract becomes just like a one-month rolling contract. After 24 months you need to give notice to cancel or get a PAC and move your number to another provider if you want to end the contract. You won't automatically be put onto a SIM-only plan either.
I am amazed that people enter mobile contracts without knowing these basic things.

The point I am making is that the direct debit still remains on the account even when/if you move your number to another contract/provider and there is nothing to stop a malicious/error transaction using that dd.
mr_geese
Al18
What's Talkmobile like as a network? Reading up on trustpilot seems like they like continuing to bill you after a contract has ended

DocRobotnik
Al18
What's Talkmobile like as a network? Reading up on trustpilot seems like they like continuing to bill you after a contract has ended
That's the same with all contracts. 02 are the same, as we're orange in their day.
You have to remember to cancel after the two years.

diddlypockets
DocRobotnik
Al18
What's Talkmobile like as a network? Reading up on trustpilot seems like they like continuing to bill you after a contract has ended
That's the same with all contracts. 02 are the same, as we're orange in their day.
You have to remember to cancel after the two years.
not really.... true, the Direct Debit remains on your account unless you cancel it, however the companies like O2 do not bill you after the contract is over.

Well your contract doesn't end after 24 months... the minimum period ends. The contract becomes just like a one-month rolling contract. After 24 months you need to give notice to cancel or get a PAC and move your number to another provider if you want to end the contract. You won't automatically be put onto a SIM-only plan either.

I am amazed that people enter mobile contracts without knowing these basic things.
diddlypockets
DocRobotnik
Al18
What's Talkmobile like as a network? Reading up on trustpilot seems like they like continuing to bill you after a contract has ended
That's the same with all contracts. 02 are the same, as we're orange in their day.
You have to remember to cancel after the two years.

not really.... true, the Direct Debit remains on your account unless you cancel it, however the companies like O2 do not bill you after the contract is over.
diddlypockets
Dewisant
diddlypockets
Phones like m4 really annoy me. Elsewhere one can get a minimum 16gb version. It's only in UK (within europe) that they sell the lower 8gb spec for more money!
Wait, the UK is within europe?
Shut the front door!

dude/dudette I mean geographically in europe, elsewhere you get a 16gb version of this phone, whereas in UK, as compared to rest of the europe, you get the 8gb version.

probably the companies read comments like yours and think to themselves they can get away with giving you low storage version for more ££. :P
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galaxy s6 Edge - EE 24 months , 5gb data , unlimites minutes , unlimites texts £779.76 @ Mobile phones direct

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I found this site to be the best I could find for a deal on the s6 Edge. I ordered mine a few weeks ago with no upfront cost, 4gb data and unlimited minutes and texts for £29.99. i couldn't find a bet…
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It's a good deal. I would buy it but at home I get a very poor EE signal. Their WiFi calls are only enabled when you buy direct from EE apparently, so no signal where I need it the most :(


​aww that is a shame I hope they get better coverage in your area soon. this website do contracts on other networks too. I chose EE for the 4g as signal is good here and I was on Vodafone before which I kept having signal problems in my area with. plenty other great deals so worth a look if you're looking for one.
smirnoffsarah
Thank you glad to see other positive comments. I get 20% off EE contracts through my work place but even with that off it would cost me £34.99 a month plus £19.99 upfront cost for the handset. really glad I looked around!
solar26
It's a good deal. I would buy it but at home I get a very poor EE signal. Their WiFi calls are only enabled when you buy direct from EE apparently, so no signal where I need it the most :(
steveywonder_1
Always use this company for my contract
hvc123xo
Good price. I'm paying £37.49 for the same bundle and on EE
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Sony Xperia C4 24 month contract £204.00 (24 x £8.50) talk mobile @ Mobile phones direct

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Seems a good price as phone normally sells for £150+. Same screen size and memory as Smart Ultra 6, but Sony has a faster processor(Antutu 45k v 28k). Similar to the Lenovo K3 Note. It's due to get…
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Looks good
winchman
It even has the 4G 800mhz band.....
doggboy10
Been after a decent C4 deal to pop up, £10 deal suits me...just ordered.
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Siddas
bit sneaky hidden at the bottom - "Free Refurbished Handset"
There are refurbished ones on offer but this isn't listed as one.
http://www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/best-mobile-phone-deals
The offer is listed here at the bottom.