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Motorola Moto G™ (2nd Gen) @ Tesco Direct £139.00

£139.00 @ Tesco Direct
Tesco's currently have £10 off bringing the price down to £139. This is the second gen (2014) model, not the first gen 4G version. Fantastic phone for the money. Read More
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2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago
Tesco's currently have £10 off bringing the price down to £139.

This is the second gen (2014) model, not the first gen 4G version.

Fantastic phone for the money.
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#1
White
#2
White ¥#? Sorry on phone
1 Like #3
Waiting for the 2nd generation 4G model.
#4
2nd gen carphone warehouse £99
Instore
#5
jardel0028
2nd gen carphone warehouse £99
Instore

Which store? I've not order one yet.
#6
Is someone knee date of announcement moto g 2nd gen 4g??
1 Like #7
sreddar
Waiting for the 2nd generation 4G model.
and with 16GB memory.
#8
jardel0028
2nd gen carphone warehouse £99
Instore
where? my local store shows same price online as 144.
#9
cold, Amazon sale saw price down to £120.. I think Argos and Carphone Warehouse does same current price without Tesco discount and it is unlocked.
#10
makemakemaker
cold, Amazon sale saw price down to £120.. I think Argos and Carphone Warehouse does same current price without Tesco discount and it is unlocked.

Interesting opinion. Amazon WAS £120, Argos and Carphone Warehouse are currently £149.99. There is no "special voucher" Tesco discount on this item, it's just it's list price.

So can you currently buy this cheaper anywhere? If so i would like to know as I am about to buy one.
1 Like #11
nickhalluk
makemakemaker
cold, Amazon sale saw price down to £120.. I think Argos and Carphone Warehouse does same current price without Tesco discount and it is unlocked.
Interesting opinion. Amazon WAS £120, Argos and Carphone Warehouse are currently £149.99. There is no "special voucher" Tesco discount on this item, it's just it's list price.
So can you currently buy this cheaper anywhere? If so i would like to know as I am about to buy one.

oh in that case my bad, still cold sorry only just because Amazon are running codes which brought that down much more before.. I should have brought one then to be fair but am reconsidering htc one m8 atm. £139.99 might be a good price for now but there will be new version out soon so I will be waiting to see how it goes
#12
No 4G and only 8GB not for me !
#13
This is a great phone. Bought for my wife for christmas. Her previous phone was Galaxy S2 and she prefers this one. Who cares about it only being 8gb. Memory cards are so cheap now and I just transferred the one from her other phone. We don't have 4G where we live so not an issue. Great phone for the money. A lot of you would be surprised just how good it really is. It may not be as good as my S4 but for £129.99 which is what I paid from Argos less a £10 voucher it was an excellent buy.

No bloatware on this phone and apps are a bit limited so Google Play Store came in very handy.

Heat for the phone but cold for the deal at this price. CPW do not have them instore for £99.00. I asked today.
#14
Smartguy1
This is a great phone. Bought for my wife for christmas. Her previous phone was Galaxy S2 and she prefers this one. Who cares about it only being 8gb. Memory cards are so cheap now and I just transferred the one from her other phone. We don't have 4G where we live so not an issue. Great phone for the money. A lot of you would be surprised just how good it really is. It may not be as good as my S4 but for £129.99 which is what I paid from Argos less a £10 voucher it was an excellent buy.

No bloatware on this phone and apps are a bit limited so Google Play Store came in very handy.

Heat for the phone but cold for the deal at this price. CPW do not have them instore for £99.00. I asked today.


If you want to download a lot of apps, you'll need more storage - most phones don't allow you to store any apps onto the SD card, and you only actually get about 4-5GB to use on an 8GB phone.
#15
It's my wife's phone. She is not one for loads of apps, like most women. Facebook, Whatsapp, Viber, Boots and that's it. I downloaded a flashlight, Chomp SMS to make it look like her Samsung, S4 or Galaxy Launcher for a similar look, Notifier which leaves number of calls or messages you have missed as this isn't standard on Moto G 2014, plus call blocker which blocks private numbers. Most of these apps may come standard on other phones. All free apart from Chomp which I have paid for to not show the ads.

You can store the apps on the sd card. My S4 has Viber and Whatsapp on the SD card as default. I didn't put it there. Camera is set to default to SD card. If you are struggling with storage you can download the following app. Personally I use a phone for what it is and that's a phone. If I want to play games I use my laptop, tab or 360 as I can't stand using a 5" screen when I can have something much bigger and easier to play on. Each to their own but a phone's prime use is just that, a phone.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ljmobile.move.app&hl=en
#16
She really liked her Samsung S2 but it was playing up and crashing a lot. She won't have a contract phone as she isn't one for top of the range phones etc as she says so long as she can phone and text and take pictures that's all she wants from a phone. She would have got my S4 in June when my contract runs out but she says she doesn't want it now she's got this one.

To her the S4 isn't a better phone, it's simply a second hand one. She wishes to keep the brand new one I bought her for christmas. Yes 16gb would be more appealing to some and 4G to others but for her it is ideal. Now I am one for a top end phone which mine was when purchased in 2013, yet my internal storage is currently at 7gb which would still be fine for the Moto G 2014. I still have quite a few photos stored on the phone and not SD card so in reality this would be less.

It is each to their own and anyone who has near to 8gb used of the phone's memory should perhaps look at another model.
#17
benjaminv
sreddar
Waiting for the 2nd generation 4G model.
and with 16GB memory.

Is that even on the cards?
#18
Smartguy1
She really liked her Samsung S2 but it was playing up and crashing a lot. She won't have a contract phone as she isn't one for top of the range phones etc as she says so long as she can phone and text and take pictures that's all she wants from a phone. She would have got my S4 in June when my contract runs out but she says she doesn't want it now she's got this one.
To her the S4 isn't a better phone, it's simply a second hand one. She wishes to keep the brand new one I bought her for christmas. Yes 16gb would be more appealing to some and 4G to others but for her it is ideal. Now I am one for a top end phone which mine was when purchased in 2013, yet my internal storage is currently at 7gb which would still be fine for the Moto G 2014. I still have quite a few photos stored on the phone and not SD card so in reality this would be less.
It is each to their own and anyone who has near to 8gb used of the phone's memory should perhaps look at another model.


I agree that 8GB will suit some users, I was just explaining why some people are against it :)
Only some phones/tablets allow you to save apps to the SD card - I am able to on my Samsung tablet, but I don't think I can on my Sony phone, and I couldn't on my old phone either.
#19
Yes, sorry I ranted on a bit. It's all a question of what you want a phone for and suppose it's my opinion that anyone who wants lots off apps would go for a high end phone, money permitting and would give this phone a miss. A good point that it could be the phone manufacturer who decides how flexible the storage is where the apps go and not the android OS.

It really is a good phone for the money. I wanted to get my wife something she was used to so had to be android and I knew I could make it look like her S2 which I have. She won't get anywhere near the capacity of the phone. She's got loads of pics on there memory card and still got 12gb left. Just seen a post that Moto G 3rd Gen maybe on the way with 5" screen, 16gb on board storage and bigger battery. Not sure about 4G as I can only read English and sometimes I get that wrong lol.
#20
most expensive its been posted for a while
1 Like #21
Jonnyblock
No 4g.
Which will make no difference to most of the UK
#22
Gollywood
Jonnyblock
No 4g.
Which will make no difference to most of the UK
Most? EE's 4G alone can reach most of the UK population. If you mean most people aren't fussed about 4G, that'd be pure conjecture.
#23
copperspock
Gollywood
Jonnyblock
No 4g.
Which will make no difference to most of the UK
Most? EE's 4G alone can reach most of the UK population. If you mean most people aren't fussed about 4G, that'd be pure conjecture.
Not conjecture - the stats from EE (and other networks) are based on "population" not geography - if you are out of London there are lots of areas which are not 4G and I would agree most people aren't fussed too. Another poster on a different thread commented that his 4G was getting speeds not much above his 3G speed too.
#24
jazzuk777
copperspock
Gollywood
Jonnyblock
No 4g.
Which will make no difference to most of the UK
Most? EE's 4G alone can reach most of the UK population. If you mean most people aren't fussed about 4G, that'd be pure conjecture.
Not conjecture - the stats from EE (and other networks) are based on "population" not geography - if you are out of London there are lots of areas which are not 4G and I would agree most people aren't fussed too. Another poster on a different thread commented that his 4G was getting speeds not much above his 3G speed too.

It is conjecture that most people aren't fussed about EE, though I'm still not sure that's what he meant. As for your comment about population, read my comment again :).
#25
copperspock
jazzuk777
copperspock
Gollywood
Jonnyblock
No 4g.
Which will make no difference to most of the UK
Most? EE's 4G alone can reach most of the UK population. If you mean most people aren't fussed about 4G, that'd be pure conjecture.
Not conjecture - the stats from EE (and other networks) are based on "population" not geography - if you are out of London there are lots of areas which are not 4G and I would agree most people aren't fussed too. Another poster on a different thread commented that his 4G was getting speeds not much above his 3G speed too.

It is conjecture that most people aren't fussed about EE, though I'm still not sure that's what he meant. As for your comment about population, read my comment again :).
The evidence on HotUK deals from a casual analysis of comments on it would suggest that at best 50% of people care about 4G I would say, maybe less.
#26
jazzuk777
copperspock
Gollywood
Jonnyblock
No 4g.
Which will make no difference to most of the UK
Most? EE's 4G alone can reach most of the UK population. If you mean most people aren't fussed about 4G, that'd be pure conjecture.
Not conjecture - the stats from EE (and other networks) are based on "population" not geography - if you are out of London there are lots of areas which are not 4G and I would agree most people aren't fussed too. Another poster on a different thread commented that his 4G was getting speeds not much above his 3G speed too.

Oh, and the person you replied to said "most of the UK", not most of the population.
#27
jazzuk777
copperspock
jazzuk777
copperspock
Gollywood
Jonnyblock
No 4g.
Which will make no difference to most of the UK
Most? EE's 4G alone can reach most of the UK population. If you mean most people aren't fussed about 4G, that'd be pure conjecture.
Not conjecture - the stats from EE (and other networks) are based on "population" not geography - if you are out of London there are lots of areas which are not 4G and I would agree most people aren't fussed too. Another poster on a different thread commented that his 4G was getting speeds not much above his 3G speed too.

It is conjecture that most people aren't fussed about EE, though I'm still not sure that's what he meant. As for your comment about population, read my comment again :).
The evidence on HotUK deals from a casual analysis of comments on it would suggest that at best 50% of people care about 4G I would say, maybe less.

That's a pretty poor method for determining your conclusion :), it's still conjecture.

jazzuk777
Oh, and the person you replied to said "most of the UK", not most of the population.

It isn't clear whether he meant it in terms of geography or population, which is why I said 'UK population'. If he wants to clarify then he can.
#28
copperspock
jazzuk777
copperspock
jazzuk777
copperspock
Gollywood
Jonnyblock
No 4g.
Which will make no difference to most of the UK
Most? EE's 4G alone can reach most of the UK population. If you mean most people aren't fussed about 4G, that'd be pure conjecture.
Not conjecture - the stats from EE (and other networks) are based on "population" not geography - if you are out of London there are lots of areas which are not 4G and I would agree most people aren't fussed too. Another poster on a different thread commented that his 4G was getting speeds not much above his 3G speed too.

It is conjecture that most people aren't fussed about EE, though I'm still not sure that's what he meant. As for your comment about population, read my comment again :).
The evidence on HotUK deals from a casual analysis of comments on it would suggest that at best 50% of people care about 4G I would say, maybe less.

That's a pretty poor method for determining your conclusion :), it's still conjecture.

jazzuk777
Oh, and the person you replied to said "most of the UK", not most of the population.

It isn't clear whether he meant it in terms of geography or population, which is why I said 'UK population'. If he wants to clarify then he can.
I'm starting to understand why you're called spock...
1 Like #29
jazzuk777
copperspock
jazzuk777
copperspock
jazzuk777
copperspock
Gollywood
Jonnyblock
No 4g.
Which will make no difference to most of the UK
Most? EE's 4G alone can reach most of the UK population. If you mean most people aren't fussed about 4G, that'd be pure conjecture.
Not conjecture - the stats from EE (and other networks) are based on "population" not geography - if you are out of London there are lots of areas which are not 4G and I would agree most people aren't fussed too. Another poster on a different thread commented that his 4G was getting speeds not much above his 3G speed too.

It is conjecture that most people aren't fussed about EE, though I'm still not sure that's what he meant. As for your comment about population, read my comment again :).
The evidence on HotUK deals from a casual analysis of comments on it would suggest that at best 50% of people care about 4G I would say, maybe less.

That's a pretty poor method for determining your conclusion :), it's still conjecture.

jazzuk777
Oh, and the person you replied to said "most of the UK", not most of the population.

It isn't clear whether he meant it in terms of geography or population, which is why I said 'UK population'. If he wants to clarify then he can.
I'm starting to understand why you're called spock...

I'm a riot at parties I tell thee.
#30
copperspock
jazzuk777
copperspock
jazzuk777
copperspock
Gollywood
Jonnyblock
No 4g.
Which will make no difference to most of the UK
Most? EE's 4G alone can reach most of the UK population. If you mean most people aren't fussed about 4G, that'd be pure conjecture.
Not conjecture - the stats from EE (and other networks) are based on "population" not geography - if you are out of London there are lots of areas which are not 4G and I would agree most people aren't fussed too. Another poster on a different thread commented that his 4G was getting speeds not much above his 3G speed too.

It is conjecture that most people aren't fussed about EE, though I'm still not sure that's what he meant. As for your comment about population, read my comment again :).
The evidence on HotUK deals from a casual analysis of comments on it would suggest that at best 50% of people care about 4G I would say, maybe less.

That's a pretty poor method for determining your conclusion :), it's still conjecture.

jazzuk777
Oh, and the person you replied to said "most of the UK", not most of the population.

It isn't clear whether he meant it in terms of geography or population, which is why I said 'UK population'. If he wants to clarify then he can.

Most people buying a Moto G will either on the balance of probability a) be PAYG or b) on a low tariff, therefore they are unlikely to have 4G or, if they do, use much data and therefore need it. If they are on a high tariff, they are likely to have a higher spec phone that is 4G.

HotUKDeals seriously needs some sticky threads on some of these old bones so that 4G bores and it's-a-phone-not-a-camera bores can go and bore each other with their pet topics, rather than thrash them out on every mobile phone thread ever!


Edited By: jazzuk777 on Jan 05, 2015 11:35
#31
Newsflash, not everyone uses their phone like you, not everyone needs it to do the same things as you. What is important to you isn't to some, and what's not important to you, is to some...
#32
OOS now

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