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moto g4 16GB Black sim free at £129.99, unlocked, free home delivery @ Carphone warehouse

£129.99 @ Carphone Warehouse
I have been looking for this phone and its the cheapest unlocked, sim free from carphone warehouse online and in store. Includes free home delivery. Excellent phone and cheapest price. https://www.ca… Read More
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I have been looking for this phone and its the cheapest unlocked, sim free from carphone warehouse online and in store. Includes free home delivery.
Excellent phone and cheapest price.

https://www.carphonewarehouse.com/motorola/moto-g4.html#!colour=black&capacity=16GB&dealType=sf
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16 Likes
kennethsross
An exceptional phone for the money - even at the £142 I paid for it. Can't rate this highly enough in terms of value for money. I moved back to android after 4 years on Windows Phone, and I'm so glad I did - looked at various top-end marshmallow phones, but opted to save my money with this. I am in no way disappointed!

4 years on Windows phone? My condolences.
13 Likes
Voted hot but would pick one up from John Lewis at the same price due to the customer service in CPW being some of the worst i've ever received. They would not refund me for an unopened device bought in store, only give me a credit not to spend within CPW. However, if you order online and pick up in store they will due to online buying legislation... Go figure. Still, this seems to be the normal price for this handset now with Amazon and John Lewis selling at £129.99 also. Mildly hot.

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13 Likes #1
Voted hot but would pick one up from John Lewis at the same price due to the customer service in CPW being some of the worst i've ever received. They would not refund me for an unopened device bought in store, only give me a credit not to spend within CPW. However, if you order online and pick up in store they will due to online buying legislation... Go figure. Still, this seems to be the normal price for this handset now with Amazon and John Lewis selling at £129.99 also. Mildly hot.
1 Like #2
Dual sim version?
1 Like #3
parasitemol
Voted hot but would pick one up from John Lewis at the same price due to the customer service in CPW being some of the worst i've ever received. They would not refund me for an unopened device bought in store, only give me a credit not to spend within CPW. However, if you order online and pick up in store they will due to online buying legislation... Go figure. Still, this seems to be the normal price for this handset now with Amazon and John Lewis selling at £129.99 also. Mildly hot.
Where's amazon link? John Lewis is out of stock for home delivery
#4
jacenj
parasitemol
Voted hot but would pick one up from John Lewis at the same price due to the customer service in CPW being some of the worst i've ever received. They would not refund me for an unopened device bought in store, only give me a credit not to spend within CPW. However, if you order online and pick up in store they will due to online buying legislation... Go figure. Still, this seems to be the normal price for this handset now with Amazon and John Lewis selling at £129.99 also. Mildly hot.
Where's amazon link? John Lewis is out of stock for home delivery


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/motorola-g4-129-99-amazon-2500921

Just checked and also OOS. Still, this seems to be the price this handset has settled at so I would wait for stock in these more reliable stores unless desperate. Definitely not a cold deal. Just tepid considering the last few weeks has seen the same handset at the same price from 'better' sources.
#5
yup, is on amazon too, even on Prime now if you have it for superfast delivery. Can't link from it as on my phone
4 Likes #6
An exceptional phone for the money - even at the £142 I paid for it. Can't rate this highly enough in terms of value for money. I moved back to android after 4 years on Windows Phone, and I'm so glad I did - looked at various top-end marshmallow phones, but opted to save my money with this. I am in no way disappointed!
1 Like #7
Car phone warehouse are now saying that phone is out of stock!
2 Likes #8
Worth getting at John Lewis, as easy to collect and you get 2 years Guarantee included. Ordered one yesterday ready to collect today for a mate going travelling next week. Cannot be beaten on Value for money.
16 Likes #9
kennethsross
An exceptional phone for the money - even at the £142 I paid for it. Can't rate this highly enough in terms of value for money. I moved back to android after 4 years on Windows Phone, and I'm so glad I did - looked at various top-end marshmallow phones, but opted to save my money with this. I am in no way disappointed!

4 years on Windows phone? My condolences.
1 Like #10
I just wish the G4 plus would come down slightly. the G4 is tempting, but the poorer camera is frustrating.
1 Like #11
stevo25
yup, is on amazon too, even on Prime now if you have it for superfast delivery. Can't link from it as on my phone
Can't find on prime now app.
Only the g4 plus.
Must be specific to your area
#12
This was posted over a week ago
1 Like #13
Is this motog4deals.com?
2 Likes #14
parasitemol
Voted hot but would pick one up from John Lewis at the same price due to the customer service in CPW being some of the worst i've ever received. They would not refund me for an unopened device bought in store, only give me a credit not to spend within CPW. However, if you order online and pick up in store they will due to online buying legislation... Go figure. Still, this seems to be the normal price for this handset now with Amazon and John Lewis selling at £129.99 also. Mildly hot.
Yes, I don't think I've witnessed such uninterested and untrained staff with such attitude. Had to return a tablet not fit for purpose and my experience taught me to avoid cpw. The tech guy who tried to test it then 15mins later realised his machine only tested phones summed up what I was up against, so knew it simply a matter of time before I got the refund they were refusing to give.
1 Like #15
This is the same deal I posted 8 days ago:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/motorola-g4-16gb-black-sim-free-cpw-129-99-124-99-with-quidco-2501087

If you go through quidco you can also get another £5 cashback too
2 Likes #16
jh787
stevo25
yup, is on amazon too, even on Prime now if you have it for superfast delivery. Can't link from it as on my phone
Can't find on prime now app.
Only the g4 plus.
Must be specific to your area
prime now app wont let me screengrab
banned#17
Good find. Thanks.
#18
This or take a chance on the redmi note 3?
1 Like #19
jacenj
Dual sim version?

As far as i can find out, with these moto g4 16gb -

white = dual sim
black = single sim

John Lewis does the white for £159.95
http://www.johnlewis.com/motorola-moto-g4-smartphone-android-5-5-4g-lte-dual-sim-free-16gb-white/p2849369


Edited By: rasdonny on Sep 02, 2016 17:18
#20
thanks.. good deal
#21
Has a gyroscope but no NFC or compass?

Bizarre. Usually budget phones (such as the Smart Ultra 6) have NFC and a compass but no gyro.

Heat added anyway, but hardly an upgrade for my SU6.

Edited By: preecey on Sep 02, 2016 17:29
1 Like #22
rasdonny
jacenj
Dual sim version?
As far as i can find out, with these moto g4 16gb -
white = dual sim
black = single sim
John Lewis does the white for £159.95 http://www.johnlewis.com/motorola-moto-g4-smartphone-android-5-5-4g-lte-dual-sim-free-16gb-white/p2849369

Except direct from Motorola, they are all dual sim.
1 Like #23
kennethsross
An exceptional phone for the money - even at the £142 I paid for it. Can't rate this highly enough in terms of value for money. I moved back to android after 4 years on Windows Phone, and I'm so glad I did - looked at various top-end marshmallow phones, but opted to save my money with this. I am in no way disappointed!

I was on android since the beginning and then the last year with IOS and now back on android with this, this phone is amazing for the price and will seriously make me consider ever buying flagship phones again. I feel to top the Moto G4 you would have to spend £250+ on a handset to notice any sort of difference if any. I can already predict that during next year's Moto G4 will Inc NFC and compass then their will be no stopping them.
#24
DocRobotnik
I just wish the G4 plus would come down slightly. the G4 is tempting, but the poorer camera is frustrating.

I picked up a £130 Moto g4 and agree that if the g4 plus wasn't a 50% increase in price over the g4 I would have gone for that.
#25
what case have people gone for this phone?
#26
I'm still too old fashioned and need a removable battery. My teenage son loves the G4 (plus) which we bought him at the beginning of the holidays. Anyone have any ideas on a new android phone with removable battery that can replace my samsung S4 which is dying? Thanks.
#27
debadwolff
I'm still too old fashioned and need a removable battery. My teenage son loves the G4 (plus) which we bought him at the beginning of the holidays. Anyone have any ideas on a new android phone with removable battery that can replace my samsung S4 which is dying? Thanks.

Not what you asked for but would carrying a small portable charger be an option? There might be a few phones out there with removable battery but you would be ruling out a lot of great phones.

Something like this would get you near enough a full charge on an average phone and you can recharge it without it needing to be in the phone:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B005QI1A8C/ref=mp_s_a_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1472838243&sr=8-6&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=portable+battery&dpPl=1&dpID=417yx2GOM4L&ref=plSrch
1 Like #28
parasitemol
Voted hot but would pick one up from John Lewis at the same price due to the customer service in CPW being some of the worst i've ever received. They would not refund me for an unopened device bought in store, only give me a credit not to spend within CPW. However, if you order online and pick up in store they will due to online buying legislation... Go figure. Still, this seems to be the normal price for this handset now with Amazon and John Lewis selling at £129.99 also. Mildly hot.


This goes double with EE. NEVER get a phone from their brick-and-mortar stores. They won't honour returns or refund the second you sign or give them money... Not even if you're still in the store and the phone is still packaged and in the bag!

This is from personal experience when I upgraded to a 32GB Galaxy S6 without realising it didn't have a micro sd slot. I asked to swap out for something else and they flat refused. Only their online store has a cooling off period.

At least cfw give you store credit. Still not ideal though.

Only use the brick-and-mortar stores for browsing, then order online.
#29
parasitemol
Voted hot but would pick one up from John Lewis at the same price due to the customer service in CPW being some of the worst i've ever received. They would not refund me for an unopened device bought in store, only give me a credit not to spend within CPW. However, if you order online and pick up in store they will due to online buying legislation... Go figure. Still, this seems to be the normal price for this handset now with Amazon and John Lewis selling at £129.99 also. Mildly hot.

Have you experience with john lewis customer support? Always wondered how they are considering everything comes with 2 year warranty -- seems very good to me
1 Like #30
Finally, Motorola seems to be getting back to delivering value for money. 2GB RAM, 16GB Flash, 4G, decent phone, quick updates, all for a decent price. But unfortunately they have still not made any promises for future upgrades. Will this phone ever see Android N? For me, that would make a big difference.
#31
saunderscowie
parasitemol
Voted hot but would pick one up from John Lewis at the same price due to the customer service in CPW being some of the worst i've ever received. They would not refund me for an unopened device bought in store, only give me a credit not to spend within CPW. However, if you order online and pick up in store they will due to online buying legislation... Go figure. Still, this seems to be the normal price for this handset now with Amazon and John Lewis selling at £129.99 also. Mildly hot.

Have you experience with john lewis customer support? Always wondered how they are considering everything comes with 2 year warranty -- seems very good to me


I've not had dealings with them for a smartphone but they replaced a faulty TV of mine with no questions asked within their 2 year warranty period a few years back and were all round very good. I've seen a few people on here rave about their customer service roo much like Amazon. Its not so much that I'm plugging either of those companies though more so that I was very unimpressed with CPW and will not be buying from again unless the deal is unmissable and then I'll be ordering online to be picked up in store.
#32
MrPuddington
Finally, Motorola seems to be getting back to delivering value for money. 2GB RAM, 16GB Flash, 4G, decent phone, quick updates, all for a decent price. But unfortunately they have still not made any promises for future upgrades. Will this phone ever see Android N? For me, that would make a big difference.

Lenovo says the G4 will get Nougat but hasn't specified a timescale. It's thought it could be pushed out late Dec/early Jan but not confirmed.
#33
MrPuddington
Finally, Motorola seems to be getting back to delivering value for money. 2GB RAM, 16GB Flash, 4G, decent phone, quick updates, all for a decent price. But unfortunately they have still not made any promises for future upgrades. Will this phone ever see Android N? For me, that would make a big difference.

Android 7.0 Nougat update: Motorola

[i]Motorola devices receive Android updates a lot faster than some other devices thanks to the minimal additions Motorola puts over the top of the raw Android software.

The Android Marshmallow update schedule for Moto started in December 2015 so we would expect similar for the newest Moto handsets when it comes to Android Nougat. Aside from Nexus devices, Motorola handsets are likely to be some of the first to receive the 7.0 update.

http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/137654-when-is-android-7-0-nougat-coming-to-my-phone


[/i]

Edited By: cullies on Sep 02, 2016 19:43
#34
MrPuddington
Finally, Motorola seems to be getting back to delivering value for money. 2GB RAM, 16GB Flash, 4G, decent phone, quick updates, all for a decent price. But unfortunately they have still not made any promises for future upgrades. Will this phone ever see Android N? For me, that would make a big difference.


this phone will 100% see Android N and be one of the first to get it. you should have no worries on this score with Motorola unlike many other manufacturers
#35
parasitemol
Voted hot but would pick one up from John Lewis at the same price due to the customer service in CPW being some of the worst i've ever received. They would not refund me for an unopened device bought in store, only give me a credit not to spend within CPW. However, if you order online and pick up in store they will due to online buying legislation... Go figure. Still, this seems to be the normal price for this handset now with Amazon and John Lewis selling at £129.99 also. Mildly hot.

100% agree with you, John Lewis have never let me down, CarPhone WhoreHouse never answer the phone, reply to tweets or emails. AVOID THEM!
1 Like #36
parasitemol
Voted hot but would pick one up from John Lewis at the same price due to the customer service in CPW being some of the worst i've ever received. They would not refund me for an unopened device bought in store, only give me a credit not to spend within CPW. However, if you order online and pick up in store they will due to online buying legislation... Go figure. Still, this seems to be the normal price for this handset now with Amazon and John Lewis selling at £129.99 also. Mildly hot.

100% agree with you, John Lewis have never let me down, CarPhone WhoreHouse never answer the phone, reply to tweets or emails. AVOID THEM!

saunderscowie
parasitemol
Voted hot but would pick one up from John Lewis at the same price due to the customer service in CPW being some of the worst i've ever received. They would not refund me for an unopened device bought in store, only give me a credit not to spend within CPW. However, if you order online and pick up in store they will due to online buying legislation... Go figure. Still, this seems to be the normal price for this handset now with Amazon and John Lewis selling at £129.99 also. Mildly hot.
Have you experience with john lewis customer support? Always wondered how they are considering everything comes with 2 year warranty -- seems very good to me

I returned a TV that we decided a week later was too small, they took it with no hassles.
#37
nyasham
Only use the brick-and-mortar stores for browsing, then order online.


Do you mean shops?
#38
derp1664
kennethsross
An exceptional phone for the money - even at the £142 I paid for it. Can't rate this highly enough in terms of value for money. I moved back to android after 4 years on Windows Phone, and I'm so glad I did - looked at various top-end marshmallow phones, but opted to save my money with this. I am in no way disappointed!
4 years on Windows phone? My condolences.
I have a Windows phone, have for 3 years. ,No problems. No condolences required. Also a Motorola.
3 Likes #39
tfish
nyasham
Only use the brick-and-mortar stores for browsing, then order online.


Do you mean shops?


If you want to argue semantics, despite fact that the terms "shop" and "store" are used interchangeably between British, American and even Australian interpretations... even though there's rarely ever misunderstandings whenever people use either term in a conversation... then sure, you can replace my "store" with your "shop". Whatever keeps you warm at night :)
#40
Sogaaddict
derp1664
kennethsross
An exceptional phone for the money - even at the £142 I paid for it. Can't rate this highly enough in terms of value for money. I moved back to android after 4 years on Windows Phone, and I'm so glad I did - looked at various top-end marshmallow phones, but opted to save my money with this. I am in no way disappointed!
4 years on Windows phone? My condolences.
I have a Windows phone, have for 3 years. ,No problems. No condolences required. Also a Motorola.

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