MOTO G5 - £16.50 per mth for 24mths (500mins/5000 Txts / 2GB Data ) Total Price £396 (£132 handset) @ tesco mobile - HotUKDeals
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MOTO G5 - £16.50 per mth for 24mths (500mins/5000 Txts / 2GB Data ) Total Price £396.00 (£132 handset) @ tesco mobile

£396.00 @ Tesco Mobile
Was looking at this GiffGaf deal for £139.99 Had a look on tesco mobile (which I am on anyway) and saw that i could upgrade to the G5 for £5.50/month (24 m contract) (HANDSET PRICE) I realise th… Read More
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2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago
Was looking at this GiffGaf deal for £139.99

Had a look on tesco mobile (which I am on anyway) and saw that i could upgrade to the G5 for £5.50/month (24 m contract) (HANDSET PRICE)

I realise that this isnt a deal for anyone midway through a contract. But if you are looking into a new contract and this phone, this could be the way to go. Been with tesco mobile for years and highly recommend it.

I personally went for the 2GB option, for £16.50 a month (5.50 + 11)
The minimum you can do is £14.50 a month (5.50 + 9) for 500mb/month but this isn't as good value for money

which ever data option you go for, the handset part always works out at £132 over 24 months (0% APR)

hope this helps
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2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago
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1 Like #1
HOT! Good phone and Tesco has the best customer service
#2
Can I suggest you add "New pay monthly customers & those out of minimum term" to title? I suspect that you may also need to add the minimum allowances payment to the cost (i.e 1 month or 24, not sure if it works like o2 refresh).
1 Like #3
jnm21
Can I suggest you add "New pay monthly customers & those out of minimum term" to title? I suspect that you may also need to add the minimum allowances payment to the cost (i.e 1 month or 24, not sure if it works like o2 refresh).

Added minimum data spend and contract length for clarity
2 Likes #4
It's not like O2 refresh.
They don't let you cancel airtime.
3 Likes #5
Title is misleading
3 Likes #6
The title is very misleading. The deal is for a contract not the handset alone.
1 Like #7
basergorkobal
The title is very misleading. The deal is for a contract not the handset alone.

Hence the bit in brackets that says (24m contract) ?
1 Like #8
Still misleading. Retentions deal. Upgrade deal. Should state handset price on top of line rental starting at.....
#9
DE4L3R
Still misleading. Retentions deal. Upgrade deal. Should state handset price on top of line rental starting at.....

Neither Retentions deal or upgrade deal, and no initial handset cos.

Can't be bothered to spoon feed information to people, I thought it was self explanatory. Its £132 for the handset over 24 months.... The rest depends on how much data you require so it varies
.
3 Likes #10
djaydearz
DE4L3R
Still misleading. Retentions deal. Upgrade deal. Should state handset price on top of line rental starting at.....
Neither Retentions deal or upgrade deal, and no initial handset cos.
Can't be bothered to spoon feed information to people, I thought it was self explanatory. Its £132 for the handset over 24 months.... The rest depends on how much data you require so it varies
.
Except it really isn't. To get the handset for that price you HAVE to enter into a 24 month contract for an extra £11 a month. It is misleading, sorry.
1 Like #11
You can also save yourself £3p/m by using the Xtras app!
1 Like #12
niijonodhg
You can also save yourself £3p/m by using the Xtras app!

This is true! But I'd rather pay the £3 to not have the adverts :p
#13
SFconvert
djaydearz
DE4L3R
Still misleading. Retentions deal. Upgrade deal. Should state handset price on top of line rental starting at.....
Neither Retentions deal or upgrade deal, and no initial handset cos.
Can't be bothered to spoon feed information to people, I thought it was self explanatory. Its £132 for the handset over 24 months.... The rest depends on how much data you require so it varies
.
Except it really isn't. To get the handset for that price you HAVE to enter into a 24 month contract for an extra £11 a month. It is misleading, sorry.

Apology accepted
2 Likes #14
djaydearz
basergorkobal
The title is very misleading. The deal is for a contract not the handset alone.
Hence the bit in brackets that says (24m contract) ?
Yet the price for the contract is not what you stated in the title, or is it? So do you not find that misleading? If the airtime portion of the plan could be cancelled like O2, then your deal would make sense. But that's not the case.
2 Likes #15
So the price of phone and contract is £348 (£14.50 x 24) not quite so much of a bargain as it first seemed.
#16
printer528
So the price of phone and contract is £348 (£14.50 x 24) not quite so much of a bargain as it first seemed.

But you would be paying the rest roughly anyway....whatever current plan you are on.
So if you out of contract, you only effectively are paying the additional £5.50 a month.

I will ammend the title...I really didn't think people would just assume you can buy a handset only from tesco (data free) on a 24 contract

(posting deals really isn't worth the effort)

Edited By: djaydearz on Apr 08, 2017 19:39: Clarity
#17
djaydearz
printer528
So the price of phone and contract is £348 (£14.50 x 24) not quite so much of a bargain as it first seemed.
But you would be paying the rest roughly anyway....whatever current plan you are on.
So if you out of contract, you only effectively are paying the additional £5.50 a month.
I will ammend the title.... (posting deals really isn't worth the effort)
I am currently paying £7.50 a month, so this deal would cost me an extra £7 for 24 months which works out at £168 not £132
#18
printer528
djaydearz
printer528
So the price of phone and contract is £348 (£14.50 x 24) not quite so much of a bargain as it first seemed.
But you would be paying the rest roughly anyway....whatever current plan you are on.
So if you out of contract, you only effectively are paying the additional £5.50 a month.
I will ammend the title.... (posting deals really isn't worth the effort)
I am currently paying £7.50 a month, so this deal would cost me an extra £7 for 24 months which works out at £168 not £132

.........I will delete the thread....
#19
jh787
It's not like O2 refresh.
They don't let you cancel airtime.
Yes, just checked - price needs to be £348 as you don't get anything without committing to pay £14.50 for 24 months.
#20
djaydearz
printer528
djaydearz
printer528
So the price of phone and contract is £348 (£14.50 x 24) not quite so much of a bargain as it first seemed.
But you would be paying the rest roughly anyway....whatever current plan you are on.
So if you out of contract, you only effectively are paying the additional £5.50 a month.
I will ammend the title.... (posting deals really isn't worth the effort)
I am currently paying £7.50 a month, so this deal would cost me an extra £7 for 24 months which works out at £168 not £132
.........I will delete the thread....
No need - just update it.
#21
don't delete it just amend the title........
#22
I really don't get why everyone is getting so upset about the title, just read the details and decide for yourselves if it's a good deal for you or not. Thanks for posting OP, don't let the whiners put you off!
#23
frenchian
I really don't get why everyone is getting so upset about the title, just read the details and decide for yourselves if it's a good deal for you or not. Thanks for posting OP, don't let the whiners put you off!

If I said to u s8 plus for £50. 24 month contract. And didn't mention the £50 per month after that....u see ? No? Then it must be coz your French Ian. Lol
:p
#24
djaydearz
printer528
djaydearz
printer528
So the price of phone and contract is £348 (£14.50 x 24) not quite so much of a bargain as it first seemed.
But you would be paying the rest roughly anyway....whatever current plan you are on.
So if you out of contract, you only effectively are paying the additional £5.50 a month.
I will ammend the title.... (posting deals really isn't worth the effort)
I am currently paying £7.50 a month, so this deal would cost me an extra £7 for 24 months which works out at £168 not £132

.........I will delete the thread....


I can still see it...
#25
djaydearz
printer528
djaydearz
printer528
So the price of phone and contract is £348 (£14.50 x 24) not quite so much of a bargain as it first seemed.
But you would be paying the rest roughly anyway....whatever current plan you are on.
So if you out of contract, you only effectively are paying the additional £5.50 a month.
I will ammend the title.... (posting deals really isn't worth the effort)
I am currently paying £7.50 a month, so this deal would cost me an extra £7 for 24 months which works out at £168 not £132
.........I will delete the thread....

No, just update it to include the correct price (e.g. Minimum with phone and cheapest tariff included). It's only fair - people can't include cashback in pricing, and you shouldn't gloss over the fact a 24 month contract and corresponding credit check is required. The actual tariff is mediocre as well for the cost, as there are many better SIM only plans out there.
#26
plewis00
djaydearz
printer528
djaydearz
printer528
So the price of phone and contract is £348 (£14.50 x 24) not quite so much of a bargain as it first seemed.
But you would be paying the rest roughly anyway....whatever current plan you are on.
So if you out of contract, you only effectively are paying the additional £5.50 a month.
I will ammend the title.... (posting deals really isn't worth the effort)
I am currently paying £7.50 a month, so this deal would cost me an extra £7 for 24 months which works out at £168 not £132
.........I will delete the thread....
No, just update it to include the correct price (e.g. Minimum with phone and cheapest tariff included). It's only fair - people can't include cashback in pricing, and you shouldn't gloss over the fact a 24 month contract and corresponding credit check is required. The actual tariff is mediocre as well for the cost, as there are many better SIM only plans out there.

This is exactly the reason I didn't put the minimum contract price, because for the 500mb it isn't worth it, but for the 2gb tarrif for example's + £132 for the phone, hard to find a better deal

Anyway won't be posting again!. Just not worth the agro.
#27
djaydearz
plewis00
djaydearz
printer528
djaydearz
printer528
So the price of phone and contract is £348 (£14.50 x 24) not quite so much of a bargain as it first seemed.
But you would be paying the rest roughly anyway....whatever current plan you are on.
So if you out of contract, you only effectively are paying the additional £5.50 a month.
I will ammend the title.... (posting deals really isn't worth the effort)
I am currently paying £7.50 a month, so this deal would cost me an extra £7 for 24 months which works out at £168 not £132
.........I will delete the thread....
No, just update it to include the correct price (e.g. Minimum with phone and cheapest tariff included). It's only fair - people can't include cashback in pricing, and you shouldn't gloss over the fact a 24 month contract and corresponding credit check is required. The actual tariff is mediocre as well for the cost, as there are many better SIM only plans out there.
This is exactly the reason I didn't put the minimum contract price, because for the 500mb it isn't worth it, but for the 2gb tarrif for example's + £132 for the phone, hard to find a better deal
Anyway won't be posting again!. Just not worth the agro.

Don't have a tantrum over it, just post with the same rules as everyone else. Others can't post and include cashback through Quidco/TCB in the price, so why is this any different...

And to be honest, the tariffs aren't that good - £149 for the phone and then a decent SIM only for under £10/month is better value and more flexible.

Edited By: plewis00 on Apr 09, 2017 08:19
#28
plewis00
djaydearz
plewis00
djaydearz
printer528
djaydearz
printer528
So the price of phone and contract is £348 (£14.50 x 24) not quite so much of a bargain as it first seemed.
But you would be paying the rest roughly anyway....whatever current plan you are on.
So if you out of contract, you only effectively are paying the additional £5.50 a month.
I will ammend the title.... (posting deals really isn't worth the effort)
I am currently paying £7.50 a month, so this deal would cost me an extra £7 for 24 months which works out at £168 not £132
.........I will delete the thread....
No, just update it to include the correct price (e.g. Minimum with phone and cheapest tariff included). It's only fair - people can't include cashback in pricing, and you shouldn't gloss over the fact a 24 month contract and corresponding credit check is required. The actual tariff is mediocre as well for the cost, as there are many better SIM only plans out there.
This is exactly the reason I didn't put the minimum contract price, because for the 500mb it isn't worth it, but for the 2gb tarrif for example's + £132 for the phone, hard to find a better deal
Anyway won't be posting again!. Just not worth the agro.
Don't have a tantrum over it, just post with the same rules as everyone else. Others can't post and include cashback through Quidco/TCB in the price, so why is this any different...
And to be honest, the tariffs aren't that good - £149 for the phone and then a decent SIM only for under £10/month is better value and more flexible.

Disagree, can't find any 2Gb or more packages under £10 without resorting to dreaded EE/three networks.
1 Like #29
djaydearz
plewis00
djaydearz
plewis00
djaydearz
printer528
djaydearz
printer528
So the price of phone and contract is £348 (£14.50 x 24) not quite so much of a bargain as it first seemed.
But you would be paying the rest roughly anyway....whatever current plan you are on.
So if you out of contract, you only effectively are paying the additional £5.50 a month.
I will ammend the title.... (posting deals really isn't worth the effort)
I am currently paying £7.50 a month, so this deal would cost me an extra £7 for 24 months which works out at £168 not £132
.........I will delete the thread....
No, just update it to include the correct price (e.g. Minimum with phone and cheapest tariff included). It's only fair - people can't include cashback in pricing, and you shouldn't gloss over the fact a 24 month contract and corresponding credit check is required. The actual tariff is mediocre as well for the cost, as there are many better SIM only plans out there.
This is exactly the reason I didn't put the minimum contract price, because for the 500mb it isn't worth it, but for the 2gb tarrif for example's + £132 for the phone, hard to find a better deal
Anyway won't be posting again!. Just not worth the agro.
Don't have a tantrum over it, just post with the same rules as everyone else. Others can't post and include cashback through Quidco/TCB in the price, so why is this any different...
And to be honest, the tariffs aren't that good - £149 for the phone and then a decent SIM only for under £10/month is better value and more flexible.
Disagree, can't find any 2Gb or more packages under £10 without resorting to dreaded EE/three networks.

And you think an MVNO of O2 is any better... honestly, every network has it's fans and critics, I would go direct with any of the big networks over any MVNO, even EE.
#30
plewis00
djaydearz
plewis00
djaydearz
plewis00
djaydearz
printer528
djaydearz
printer528
So the price of phone and contract is £348 (£14.50 x 24) not quite so much of a bargain as it first seemed.
But you would be paying the rest roughly anyway....whatever current plan you are on.
So if you out of contract, you only effectively are paying the additional £5.50 a month.
I will ammend the title.... (posting deals really isn't worth the effort)
I am currently paying £7.50 a month, so this deal would cost me an extra £7 for 24 months which works out at £168 not £132
.........I will delete the thread....
No, just update it to include the correct price (e.g. Minimum with phone and cheapest tariff included). It's only fair - people can't include cashback in pricing, and you shouldn't gloss over the fact a 24 month contract and corresponding credit check is required. The actual tariff is mediocre as well for the cost, as there are many better SIM only plans out there.
This is exactly the reason I didn't put the minimum contract price, because for the 500mb it isn't worth it, but for the 2gb tarrif for example's + £132 for the phone, hard to find a better deal
Anyway won't be posting again!. Just not worth the agro.
Don't have a tantrum over it, just post with the same rules as everyone else. Others can't post and include cashback through Quidco/TCB in the price, so why is this any different...
And to be honest, the tariffs aren't that good - £149 for the phone and then a decent SIM only for under £10/month is better value and more flexible.
Disagree, can't find any 2Gb or more packages under £10 without resorting to dreaded EE/three networks.
And you think an MVNO of O2 is any better... honestly, every network has it's fans and critics, I would go direct with any of the big networks over any MVNO, even EE.

Tescos are brilliant though, great customer service , coverage and cheap tarrifs, I had a torrid time on EE and Three..never again.

But you're right, its personal experience, I'm sure tescos has its critics
#31
Tesco has no call diversion function if that's important to you.
#32
Any phone over a £150 is too much.

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