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Moto Z with Free JBL Speaker Mod @ Carphone Warehouse - £299.99

£299.99 @ Carphone Warehouse
Saw this last night on CPW, John Lewis had it at this price a while a go but it didn't come with the JBL speaker mod, seems like a killer of a deal. Just ordered mine. Cant see a better deal out on th… Read More
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Saw this last night on CPW, John Lewis had it at this price a while a go but it didn't come with the JBL speaker mod, seems like a killer of a deal. Just ordered mine. Cant see a better deal out on the market, I see the play version a bit cheaper but its nowhere near as a good a spec and its a lot thicker than this one.

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FunkiestMonkey
chrisbenwalker
FunkiestMonkey
This or the galaxy 7 edge for £312?
For a new s7 edge, no brainer, go for the edge. Can you post a deal please? (_;)
Without wishing to hijack this thread, that is its value to me.
I currently pay £17 a month on three unlimited data.
The deal i have gone for only last night iis one posted on hot uk deals at mobile phones direct and is £30 per month for the edge and on three's 30gb plan.
As i don't use 30gb each month then the difference is £13 per month TO ME. Which works out at £312 over 2 years to own the edge.

You can't compare a SIM free, no contract deal on a phone with a 2 year commitment on a contract phone, strip out the cost of the contract then say that phone is a better deal than this one. That's comparing apples with oranges...

Edited By: bellboys on Apr 14, 2017 10:02
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bellboys
FunkiestMonkey
bellboys
FunkiestMonkey
chrisbenwalker
FunkiestMonkey
This or the galaxy 7 edge for £312?
For a new s7 edge, no brainer, go for the edge. Can you post a deal please? (_;)
Without wishing to hijack this thread, that is its value to me.
I currently pay £17 a month on three unlimited data.
The deal i have gone for only last night iis one posted on hot uk deals at mobile phones direct and is £30 per month for the edge and on three's 30gb plan.
As i don't use 30gb each month then the difference is £13 per month TO ME. Which works out at £312 over 2 years to own the edge.
You can't compare a SIM free, no contract deal on a phone with a 2 year commitment on a contract phone, strip out the cost of the contract then say that phone is a better deal than this one. That's comparing apples with oranges...
Note that i have not posted it as a deal. I clearly said that is the value to me...In my own budgetary world. In other words if i want an edge 7 i can get one by paying £312 more over 2 years without compromising on my phone contract. Hope that makes sense.
You stated originally this or the S7 Edge for 312 quid? as if it you could buy the S7 Edge for 312 quid when you can't buy the phone for that sort of figure unless you commit to a legally binding 2 year phone contract which can't in any way be compared with this deal. It's disingenuous to do this.
Get a grip. I was not trying to sell a deal i was asking a question for myself.
Sorry if i got your hopes up.
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bellboys
FunkiestMonkey
chrisbenwalker
FunkiestMonkey
This or the galaxy 7 edge for £312?
For a new s7 edge, no brainer, go for the edge. Can you post a deal please? (_;)
Without wishing to hijack this thread, that is its value to me.
I currently pay £17 a month on three unlimited data.
The deal i have gone for only last night iis one posted on hot uk deals at mobile phones direct and is £30 per month for the edge and on three's 30gb plan.
As i don't use 30gb each month then the difference is £13 per month TO ME. Which works out at £312 over 2 years to own the edge.
You can't compare a SIM free, no contract deal on a phone with a 2 year commitment on a contract phone, strip out the cost of the contract then say that phone is a better deal than this one. That's comparing apples with oranges...
Note that i have not posted it as a deal. I clearly said that is the value to me...In my own budgetary world. In other words if i want an edge 7 i can get one by paying £312 more over 2 years without compromising on my phone contract. Hope that makes sense.

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#1
Superstar! I've been looking for the last week as Amazon put up their price for just the phone without the speaker.
#2
When you say 'You see the play version' - Moto Z Play?

I missed the Amazon.de deal on that and am after a good deal on that. The Z may have better specs in some areas but I want the bigger battery and 625 of the Play
#3
Oops clicked send too soon - please if anyone can link to the Z Play cheap anywhere, appreciated. However also have heat for this deal, tis good
#4
Excellent deal - just ordered for the wife. This will get scorching.
1 Like #5
This or the galaxy 7 edge for £312?

Edited By: FunkiestMonkey on Apr 14, 2017 09:41
#6
I'm a fan of the Moto range, but I'm happy to compromise on battery to get more memory and a faster processor. Knowing I can get an add on battery pack helps. I prefer Moto for its cleaner Android experience without the bloatware associated with brands such as Samsung.
1 Like #7
FunkiestMonkey
This or the galaxy 7 edge for £312?

S7 Edge I'd say. Where is that?
1 Like #8
FunkiestMonkey
This or the galaxy 7 edge for £312?

For a new s7 edge, no brainer, go for the edge. Can you post a deal please? (_;)
#9
chrisbenwalker
FunkiestMonkey
This or the galaxy 7 edge for £312?
For a new s7 edge, no brainer, go for the edge. Can you post a deal please? (_;)
Without wishing to hijack this thread, that is its value to me.
I currently pay £17 a month on three unlimited data.
The deal i have gone for only last night iis one posted on hot uk deals at mobile phones direct and is £30 per month for the edge and on three's 30gb plan.
As i don't use 30gb each month then the difference is £13 per month TO ME. Which works out at £312 over 2 years to own the edge.
Scroll down to find the 30gb deal on three....
http://www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/contract-mobile-phones/samsung-galaxy-s7-edge-32gb-black




Edited By: FunkiestMonkey on Apr 14, 2017 10:00
#10
FunkiestMonkey
This or the galaxy 7 edge for £312?

If it's from O2 refresh, then it's been out of stock for ages
#11
Ordered. Thx OP.
11 Likes #12
FunkiestMonkey
chrisbenwalker
FunkiestMonkey
This or the galaxy 7 edge for £312?
For a new s7 edge, no brainer, go for the edge. Can you post a deal please? (_;)
Without wishing to hijack this thread, that is its value to me.
I currently pay £17 a month on three unlimited data.
The deal i have gone for only last night iis one posted on hot uk deals at mobile phones direct and is £30 per month for the edge and on three's 30gb plan.
As i don't use 30gb each month then the difference is £13 per month TO ME. Which works out at £312 over 2 years to own the edge.

You can't compare a SIM free, no contract deal on a phone with a 2 year commitment on a contract phone, strip out the cost of the contract then say that phone is a better deal than this one. That's comparing apples with oranges...

Edited By: bellboys on Apr 14, 2017 10:02
#13
andytanguk
I'm a fan of the Moto range, but I'm happy to compromise on battery to get more memory and a faster processor. Knowing I can get an add on battery pack helps. I prefer Moto for its cleaner Android experience without the bloatware associated with brands such as Samsung.
I agree as i have the motorola nexus 6 and i wish to upgrade after 2 years with it.
#14
FunkiestMonkey
chrisbenwalker
FunkiestMonkey
This or the galaxy 7 edge for £312?
For a new s7 edge, no brainer, go for the edge. Can you post a deal please? (_;)
Without wishing to hijack this thread, that is its value to me.
I currently pay £17 a month on three unlimited data.
The deal i have gone for only last night iis one posted on hot uk deals and is £30 per month for the edge and on three's 30gb plan.
As i don't use 30gb each month then the difference is £13 per month TO ME. Which works out at £312 over 2 years to own the edge.

Thanks. If it was £312 for a new sim-free S7 Edge, I'd buy that right now.
7 Likes #15
bellboys
FunkiestMonkey
chrisbenwalker
FunkiestMonkey
This or the galaxy 7 edge for £312?
For a new s7 edge, no brainer, go for the edge. Can you post a deal please? (_;)
Without wishing to hijack this thread, that is its value to me.
I currently pay £17 a month on three unlimited data.
The deal i have gone for only last night iis one posted on hot uk deals at mobile phones direct and is £30 per month for the edge and on three's 30gb plan.
As i don't use 30gb each month then the difference is £13 per month TO ME. Which works out at £312 over 2 years to own the edge.
You can't compare a SIM free, no contract deal on a phone with a 2 year commitment on a contract phone, strip out the cost of the contract then say that phone is a better deal than this one. That's comparing apples with oranges...
Note that i have not posted it as a deal. I clearly said that is the value to me...In my own budgetary world. In other words if i want an edge 7 i can get one by paying £312 more over 2 years without compromising on my phone contract. Hope that makes sense.
2 Likes #16
FunkiestMonkey
bellboys
FunkiestMonkey
chrisbenwalker
FunkiestMonkey
This or the galaxy 7 edge for £312?
For a new s7 edge, no brainer, go for the edge. Can you post a deal please? (_;)
Without wishing to hijack this thread, that is its value to me.
I currently pay £17 a month on three unlimited data.
The deal i have gone for only last night iis one posted on hot uk deals at mobile phones direct and is £30 per month for the edge and on three's 30gb plan.
As i don't use 30gb each month then the difference is £13 per month TO ME. Which works out at £312 over 2 years to own the edge.
You can't compare a SIM free, no contract deal on a phone with a 2 year commitment on a contract phone, strip out the cost of the contract then say that phone is a better deal than this one. That's comparing apples with oranges...
Note that i have not posted it as a deal. I clearly said that is the value to me...In my own budgetary world. In other words if i want an edge 7 i can get one by paying £312 more over 2 years without compromising on my phone contract. Hope that makes sense.

You stated originally this or the S7 Edge for 312 quid? as if it you could buy the S7 Edge for 312 quid when you can't buy the phone for that sort of figure unless you commit to a legally binding 2 year phone contract which can't in any way be compared with this deal. It's disingenuous to do this.
2 Likes #17
Is this better than a LG G4? Paid 215£ for mine with the Vodafone deal almost a year and a half ago and still haven't found a worthy successor without spending 2 times as much
1 Like #18
Two years contract is a hateful decision. Buy this phone and a 30 days contract for only 10-12 pound a month and you can be free like a bird. ;) Good deal, my one is on way. :)
11 Likes #19
bellboys
FunkiestMonkey
bellboys
FunkiestMonkey
chrisbenwalker
FunkiestMonkey
This or the galaxy 7 edge for £312?
For a new s7 edge, no brainer, go for the edge. Can you post a deal please? (_;)
Without wishing to hijack this thread, that is its value to me.
I currently pay £17 a month on three unlimited data.
The deal i have gone for only last night iis one posted on hot uk deals at mobile phones direct and is £30 per month for the edge and on three's 30gb plan.
As i don't use 30gb each month then the difference is £13 per month TO ME. Which works out at £312 over 2 years to own the edge.
You can't compare a SIM free, no contract deal on a phone with a 2 year commitment on a contract phone, strip out the cost of the contract then say that phone is a better deal than this one. That's comparing apples with oranges...
Note that i have not posted it as a deal. I clearly said that is the value to me...In my own budgetary world. In other words if i want an edge 7 i can get one by paying £312 more over 2 years without compromising on my phone contract. Hope that makes sense.
You stated originally this or the S7 Edge for 312 quid? as if it you could buy the S7 Edge for 312 quid when you can't buy the phone for that sort of figure unless you commit to a legally binding 2 year phone contract which can't in any way be compared with this deal. It's disingenuous to do this.
Get a grip. I was not trying to sell a deal i was asking a question for myself.
Sorry if i got your hopes up.
#20
Warning...No Headphone Socket (I think)


Had a very quick look at this in John Lewis, the speaker Mod is quite a chunky piece of work to me, not something I would carry about every day.

Anyhow, seems like a good price, so heat added.


Edited By: DonkeyKonk on Apr 14, 2017 10:35: Info
#21
Jijin2
Is this better than a LG G4? Paid 215£ for mine with the Vodafone deal almost a year and a half ago and still haven't found a worthy successor without spending 2 times as much

I hope it's better because I'm buying this to replace my LG G4 which broke down. From what I can see, the Moto Z seems to be good replacement.

Thanks to the OP btw. I missed the same deal ordering direct from Motorola recently. It's good value at £299.
1 Like #22
Damn you HUKD, my Moto X Play is heading to ebay 8)
#23
Great deal, was gutted I missed out on the offer when it was on motorola.com. My moto X 2nd gen is getting slow!
1 Like #24
DonkeyKonk
Warning...No Headphone Socket (I think)


Had a very quick look at this in John Lewis, the speaker Mod is quite a chunky piece of work to me, not something I would carry about every day.

Anyhow, seems like a good price, so heat added.



Woah you are right, I'll pass then.
#25
Jijin2
Is this better than a LG G4? Paid 215£ for mine with the Vodafone deal almost a year and a half ago and still haven't found a worthy successor without spending 2 times as much


Moto Z has a much better processor, more RAM and thinner. I'm replacing an LG G4 as well.
#26
DonkeyKonk
Warning...No Headphone Socket (I think)


Had a very quick look at this in John Lewis, the speaker Mod is quite a chunky piece of work to me, not something I would carry about every day.

Anyhow, seems like a good price, so heat added.



There is a dongle that plugs into the USB port to give a headphone socket. Or time to upgrade to Bluetooth headphones! ;)
#27
2600Mah battery life? I ll keep my LG G4 for the time being till I find a suitable replacement
#28
£5 quidco too.
#29
i am typing this on my Moto z, got it for the same price directly from Moto a few weeks a go with speaker. lovely slim phone. the speakers is a bit chunky which is why i will be putting it on eBay(get £40 for it then makes phone cheaper)

As someone has mentioned there is no headphone jack, you get a USB c to aux adaptor. which does the job nicely. really haven't been a problem for me so far. battery is small but I've never had it not last a day even with Bluetooth left on.

great phone, good price, heat added.

Edited By: oscarfs on Apr 14, 2017 12:12: spelling
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DonkeyKonk
Warning...No Headphone Socket (I think)

Now that's what I call a deal breaker.
#31
Masteryates
DonkeyKonk
Warning...No Headphone Socket (I think)
Now that's what I call a deal breaker.

For me the deal breaker is a 2600 mah battery.

Another person here struggling to find something to replace a G4 - camera is just too good.
It's my other half's G4, I'm delighted with my Xiaomi Mi Max :)
#32
Amazing phone and the JBL Mod just sounds amazing. :) Hot!
#33
Infiltrator
Another person here struggling to find something to replace a G4 - camera is just too good.
It's my other half's G4, I'm delighted with my Xiaomi Mi Max :)
FWIW i loved my LG G4 before it developed the bootloop problem. Tried a few phones but eventually settled on the Samsung S7. (currys ebay damaged box). Six months on and it's better then ever now it's got android 7 nougat. Cannot fault it. Couldn't live with the S7 Edge as i kept accidentally pressing the wrap around screen by accident. Is the S7 worth the significant extra cash over the Moto Z? Tricky one. The Moto Z deal is a very good one.
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topazz
Infiltrator
Another person here struggling to find something to replace a G4 - camera is just too good.
It's my other half's G4, I'm delighted with my Xiaomi Mi Max :)
FWIW i loved my LG G4 before it developed the bootloop problem. Tried a few phones but eventually settled on the Samsung S7. (currys ebay damaged box). Six months on and it's better then ever now it's got android 7 nougat. Cannot fault it. Couldn't live with the S7 Edge as i kept accidentally pressing the wrap around screen by accident. Is the S7 worth the significant extra cash over the Moto Z? Tricky one. The Moto Z deal is a very good one.

Thanks, but rather stick with a 5.5" screen, or possibly 5.7" - so watching the G6 with interest.
If Xiaomi could get their act together in the camera dept we'd be fine, but none of the 2nd division Chinese manufacturers seem to be able to make a good all round camera, usually it's low light that let them down.
#35
for anyone whose already got one of these, do they overheat with daydream like the google pixel? and how much use do you get in VR with the small battery?
#36
Can't believe this isn't hotter.....
Managed to get JL to price match after a lot of haggling as they say they do not sell it as a bundle like CPW are, only as single items...
3 Likes #37
Brilliant deal. Heat added. I previously posted this comment on the similar Lenovo deal a few weeks ago, but I think it may help some people who are getting one, so here it is again...

1) Car chargers - Motorola have their own fast charging tech called turbo charge. Binatone make a licenced Moto turbo charger for the car. But it's comparatively expensive. You can use any generic Qualcomm Quick Charge 2 or 3 device to charge the phone, but you won't get the turbo top up speed. I use a quick charge 3 charger and I can Navigate, Bluetooth and stream music with the screen always on and the phone stays at 100%.
2) This phone is almost bloatware free, so consider downloading the Android Auto or similar car mode app, for safer hands-free use.
3) For voice commands you can either use the standard "OK Google" or you can use a longer customised "moto" phrase, but not both. I find the moto one is more powerful as it works even if the phone is in standby. Allowing you to make a call or turn the flashlight on from across the room without manually waking the phone. However keeping the microphone always on does use about 1% of your daily battery. The custom moto phrase is enabled or disabled in the Moto app.
4) Due to the slight curve on the edges of the screen the glass screen protector I tried was comparatively small compared to the screen. I've ended up buying a cheaper film protector instead, which covers a bit more of the screen. I'm happy with this Nilikin one, but would be interested to hear about other people's experiences.
5) The battery life has been acceptable for me, I expected far worse after reading the reviews. The early reviews were done with Marshmallow, but I think the newly improved Android Doze feature in Nougat may have significantly improved the battery life.
6) Use the Moto app to learn the "Actions" short cuts. Some of them are useful, like the twist to start the camera.
7) When migrating your data from your old phone to a new phone, all of your Google contacts, most of your apps, and many "Google Play Games" progress will migrate across seamlessly without you needing to do anything. However there are specialist apps that work on non rooted phones like SMS Backup and Restore and or Helium that will bring across stuff that normally doesn't migrate well.

I'd like to hear of your tips for this phone.
#38
Cooltide
Brilliant deal. Heat added. I previously posted this comment on the similar Lenovo deal a few weeks ago, but I think it may help some people who are getting one, so here it is again...
1) Car chargers - Motorola have their own fast charging tech called turbo charge. Binatone make a licenced Moto turbo charger for the car. But it's comparatively expensive. You can use any generic Qualcomm Quick Charge 2 or 3 device to charge the phone, but you won't get the turbo top up speed. I use a quick charge 3 charger and I can Navigate, Bluetooth and stream music with the screen always on and the phone stays at 100%.
2) This phone is almost bloatware free, so consider downloading the Android Auto or similar car mode app, for safer hands-free use.
3) For voice commands you can either use the standard "OK Google" or you can use a longer customised "moto" phrase, but not both. I find the moto one is more powerful as it works even if the phone is in standby. Allowing you to make a call or turn the flashlight on from across the room without manually waking the phone. However keeping the microphone always on does use about 1% of your daily battery. The custom moto phrase is enabled or disabled in the Moto app.
4) Due to the slight curve on the edges of the screen the glass screen protector I tried was comparatively small compared to the screen. I've ended up buying a cheaper film protector instead, which covers a bit more of the screen. I'm happy with this Nilikin one, but would be interested to hear about other people's experiences.
5) The battery life has been acceptable for me, I expected far worse after reading the reviews. The early reviews were done with Marshmallow, but I think the newly improved Android Doze feature in Nougat may have significantly improved the battery life.
6) Use the Moto app to learn the "Actions" short cuts. Some of them are useful, like the twist to start the camera.
7) When migrating your data from your old phone to a new phone, all of your Google contacts, most of your apps, and many "Google Play Games" progress will migrate across seamlessly without you needing to do anything. However there are specialist apps that work on non rooted phones like SMS Backup and Restore and or Helium that will bring across stuff that normally doesn't migrate well.
I'd like to hear of your tips for this phone.

The Nilkin screen protector says Pre Order as its not released?? Also, what case are you using?? Cheers.
#39
All us LG G4 £200 buyers waiting not so patiently for a new phone with as a good a camera as the LG G4. If this had a better camera I would have bitten at £299 and sold the speaker on. Alas the camera is just OK on this.
2 Likes #40
Towner
Cooltide
Brilliant deal. Heat added. I previously posted this comment on the similar Lenovo deal a few weeks ago, but I think it may help some people who are getting one, so here it is again...
1) Car chargers - Motorola have their own fast charging tech called turbo charge. Binatone make a licenced Moto turbo charger for the car. But it's comparatively expensive. You can use any generic Qualcomm Quick Charge 2 or 3 device to charge the phone, but you won't get the turbo top up speed. I use a quick charge 3 charger and I can Navigate, Bluetooth and stream music with the screen always on and the phone stays at 100%.
2) This phone is almost bloatware free, so consider downloading the Android Auto or similar car mode app, for safer hands-free use.
3) For voice commands you can either use the standard "OK Google" or you can use a longer customised "moto" phrase, but not both. I find the moto one is more powerful as it works even if the phone is in standby. Allowing you to make a call or turn the flashlight on from across the room without manually waking the phone. However keeping the microphone always on does use about 1% of your daily battery. The custom moto phrase is enabled or disabled in the Moto app.
4) Due to the slight curve on the edges of the screen the glass screen protector I tried was comparatively small compared to the screen. I've ended up buying a cheaper film protector instead, which covers a bit more of the screen. I'm happy with this Nilikin one, but would be interested to hear about other people's experiences.
5) The battery life has been acceptable for me, I expected far worse after reading the reviews. The early reviews were done with Marshmallow, but I think the newly improved Android Doze feature in Nougat may have significantly improved the battery life.
6) Use the Moto app to learn the "Actions" short cuts. Some of them are useful, like the twist to start the camera.
7) When migrating your data from your old phone to a new phone, all of your Google contacts, most of your apps, and many "Google Play Games" progress will migrate across seamlessly without you needing to do anything. However there are specialist apps that work on non rooted phones like SMS Backup and Restore and or Helium that will bring across stuff that normally doesn't migrate well.
I'd like to hear of your tips for this phone.
The Nilkin screen protector says Pre Order as its not released?? Also, what case are you using?? Cheers.
This one, but I got it on eBay here. I'm sure other suppliers are available.

Edited By: Cooltide on Apr 14, 2017 16:52

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