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Motorola E - £39.99 @ EE shop

£39.99 @ EE
Motorola E reduced to £39.99 Wrexham, North Wales as part of post Christmas offers. Been looking for a budget smartphone and this gets good reviews - was umming and aahing when it was £60+ so at this … Read More
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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
Motorola E reduced to £39.99 Wrexham, North Wales as part of post Christmas offers. Been looking for a budget smartphone and this gets good reviews - was umming and aahing when it was £60+ so at this price, got it! You have to put £20 on when you buy, but heyho, you'd do that anyway? Haven't been able to post product specific URL but nephew said same price in Manchester so hopefully not just a "local" deal..... good luck

(PS - also had Nokia Lumia 635 for £49.99!)
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#1
you can get this networked unlocked for £1.29 on ebay, did one myself just before christmas
#2
do you have to get this with a top up like the other phones do?
I'm on giffgaff
#3
Yes, can get unlocked (like most phones) but EE and O2 get similar reviews so ok with EE.
#4
Yes, £20 topup but youd have to put SOMETHING on?
#5
ive just bought a brand new phine fir 50 quid unlicked
#6
A smartphone with good reviews?
2 Likes #7
Price should say £59.99. 8)
#8
Should it? Did think about it but £20 isnt for the phone, its USEABLE for calls, texts, net. This is different to a price of £59.99 with no top up needed?? Welcome any mod comments

Edited By: stephenclarke1999 on Dec 30, 2014 00:50
1 Like #9
Irrespective of the fact that the topup of £20 required is 'useable', you cannot buy this phone for £39.99. So the correct price for this phone is £59.99
1 Like #10
Cannot be purchased for £39.99.
#11
??? odd people
#12
Ok, ill expire it then...... doing a good job of putting people off posting deals
2 Likes #13
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#14
Brilliant , your friends must think you're hilarious..... oh, wait a minute?

Edited By: stephenclarke1999 on Dec 30, 2014 01:08
#15
stephenclarke1999
Ok, ill expire it then...... doing a good job of putting people off posting deals
You don't need to expire it, just change the price. Don't take it so serious, we have to have a laugh. X)
1 Like #16
Scenario.... I buy a phone for £39.99 then what? Oh yes, you have to put some credit on it or its a paperweight. So I put £10 or £20 on it which I use for calls, texts, etc....... cost of phone....£39.99? Next time I buy a car, I must remember to add the price of a tank of petrol to the price :) (add funny face)


Edited By: stephenclarke1999 on Dec 30, 2014 01:31
1 Like #17
stephenclarke1999
Scenario.... I buy a phone for £39.99 then what? Oh yes, you have to put some credit on it or its a paperweight. So I put £10 or £20 on it which I use for calls, texts, etc....... cost of phone....£39.99? Next time I buy a car, I must remember to add the price of a tank of petrol to the price :) (add funny face)


£59.99 is the price you'd have to pay no matter what, whether you use or want the credit or have another sim (p&g or contract), you still have to pay £59.99 at the checkout.

:)
1 Like #18
stephenclarke1999
Should it? Did think about it but £20 isnt for the phone, its USEABLE for calls, texts, net. This is different to a price of £59.99 with no top up needed?? Welcome any mod comments
The price you gave to list is the total you have to pay...them is the rules. It's £59.99 buddy
#19
Most of us already have our own as from our own providers wouldn't want to pay EE £20 top up we won't be using.
#20
own sim*

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