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Nintendo DSI £1.99 @ PrePayMania

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mollymaysmith Avatar4m, 3d agoFound 4 months, 3 days ago2 Comments
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I'd be interested in seeing a non travel charger.
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mollymaysmith, this is for just the Travel Charger 3 Pin and not an actual DSI
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Movon MC710 Bluetooth Remote Controller with Qwerty Keypad & Handsfree £9.98 delivered @ Prepay Mania

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I was looking for a small bluetooth remote to let me play/pause videos on my tablet when I have it hooked up to the TV in hotel rooms. This seems pretty decent for a tenner. I'm sure the keyboard will…
DannyBoy99 Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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Thats a shame, as it looks interesting ...
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Palm-sized QWERTY keypad thats backlitis an ideal product for web browsing chatting and writing e-mail on your smart phone and tablet PC in anyplace (Device must run Android) . The MC710 has dynamic features that give you total control of Audio & Video. It providers the freedom while watching movies through HDMI on the couch. You can conveniently make an answer and calls through MC710 connected to you smart phone and tablet PC( Device must run Android). Equipped with high output speaker and advanced noise reduction/echo cancellation solution you conversation will be heard clearly with superb sound quality. Whats more Simply plug your earphones you have into the stereo jack and it will allow you to stream your music via bluetooth to the remote and straight to your ears via the your earphones.
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Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 Smartphone. £115.00 @ Prepaymania

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Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 Android Smartphone for £115 including postage. No top up required. Missed out on this when it was £100 via Vodafone, but seemed a decent price to me. I assume this is locked…
stetol Avatar10m, 2d agoFound 10 months, 2 days ago74 Comments
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I cut my sim down without being aware there was a issue with thickness. I guess I was lucky...
Had it for around three weeks now, fast as he'll and a great battery life. Unlocking was simple and gets 4g on the three network.

A work colleague has just had an S6 - they are gutted that I paid £400 less for the same performance. 9/10 from me
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Just noticed this uses a nano sim! So how would you go about changing from micro or normal sim to a nano without loosing you number?
easily...
You can cut it to proper size using special tool Your text here
NO YOU CAN'T - I have one of those 'special tools', but you risk damaging the phone if you try - yes, it may work, but it may also rip out the sim reader pins. https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=nano+sim+thickness
Yes, you can. I'm not going to recommend it though I have done it, as have others.
No you can't - you can cut it down to the size in length & width, but unless you have a planer, you can't do the depth - argue all you want - I'll keep telling others the truth - it is physically impossible to do with the special tool that people mis-describe just to sell.
Oh yes you can, I've done it, no, I didn't reduce the thickness and yes, my phone worked and still does. Again, I'm not recommending you try it though again, it worked for me and others, regardless of what jnm21 would like us believe. :)
I don't care what you believe (I think you are actually fully aware of the facts), I just want you to stop misleading others. Using a cut down mini or micro sim will invalidate your warranty (if Vodafone realise - which they will if it jams/wrecks the pins).
You are correct, I am fully aware of the fact that my SU6 works perfectly with a cut down full thickness SIM. Again, I don't recommend you do this. Remind me, how am I misleading others?
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Just noticed this uses a nano sim! So how would you go about changing from micro or normal sim to a nano without loosing you number?
easily...
You can cut it to proper size using special tool Your text here
NO YOU CAN'T - I have one of those 'special tools', but you risk damaging the phone if you try - yes, it may work, but it may also rip out the sim reader pins. https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=nano+sim+thickness
Yes, you can. I'm not going to recommend it though I have done it, as have others.
No you can't - you can cut it down to the size in length & width, but unless you have a planer, you can't do the depth - argue all you want - I'll keep telling others the truth - it is physically impossible to do with the special tool that people mis-describe just to sell.
Oh yes you can, I've done it, no, I didn't reduce the thickness and yes, my phone worked and still does. Again, I'm not recommending you try it though again, it worked for me and others, regardless of what jnm21 would like us believe. :)
I don't care what you believe (I think you are actually fully aware of the facts), I just want you to stop misleading others. Using a cut down mini or micro sim will invalidate your warranty (if Vodafone realise - which they will if it jams/wrecks the pins).
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Just noticed this uses a nano sim! So how would you go about changing from micro or normal sim to a nano without loosing you number?
easily...
You can cut it to proper size using special tool Your text here
NO YOU CAN'T - I have one of those 'special tools', but you risk damaging the phone if you try - yes, it may work, but it may also rip out the sim reader pins. https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=nano+sim+thickness
Yes, you can. I'm not going to recommend it though I have done it, as have others.
No you can't - you can cut it down to the size in length & width, but unless you have a planer, you can't do the depth - argue all you want - I'll keep telling others the truth - it is physically impossible to do with the special tool that people mis-describe just to sell.
Oh yes you can, I've done it, no, I didn't reduce the thickness and yes, my phone worked and still does. Again, I'm not recommending you try it though again, it worked for me and others, regardless of what jnm21 would like us believe. :)
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Fonerange HDMI Upscaling Mini Media Player / Decoder Divx USB/SD - 1080p £10.00 @ prepaymania

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Quick Product Overview : the micro hdmi upscaling media player is a great gadget to take your videos to your home theatre and view them on high definition with your friends! Points: + hdmi medi…
yusufjamaly52 Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago1 Comment
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This is a really poor service it eats data before your very eyes even dynamo would be impressed how the mb's disappear i have just installed it omly looked at 4 web pages and it says ive used 1gb. of data what c*ap is that? I was using 3 1gb. sims before and they lasted almost a month something really amiss with EE i smells a rip off maybe.
Bought some time ago from Tesco Direct at £15. Very poor coverage so if your thinking of buying check on their site as to whether your area is covered or not. When it has worked speed is fairly miserable.
I miss their £10 for 1 year data offer (12monthweb) for iphones
This is all to confusing ! Will this sim deal work for teethering the one posted as this deal?

If not could you please tell me where could I use EE 4G best deal money could buy me for teethering ?


Thanks
I have the 10gb sim from eBay. well worth getting. I use it in my 4g dongle and stream HD content on it. £15 credit only being used for orange Wednesday
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Fonerange HDMI Upscaling Mini Media Player / Decoder Divx USB/SD - 1080p - £10.00 delivered at Prepaymania

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Previously posted over a year ago for £14.99 http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hdmi-upscaling-mini-media-player-decoder-divx-usb-sd-1080p-for-14-99-prepaymania-1344820 According to useless_57 in the…
ian.online Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago13 Comments
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How did this work out ?

Was it OK? Is the user interface OK for kids to use ?

best regards

Baz
Pretty pleased with the picture quality and it's fairly straightforward to use (which is just as well, given the usual "pigeon-English" instructions!!!). The remote control isn't terribly responsive and you have to hold it quite close, but all-in-all you can't grumble for a tenner. :)

Edited By: ian.online on Aug 11, 2014 12:58
How did this work out ?

Was it OK? Is the user interface OK for kids to use ?

best regards

Baz
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From the pictures and description i'm not sure if it's the same thing, but this:http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00BUQR6V4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1Upscales my N64 to 16:9 widescreen and looks/sounds amazing!
It's not. This is a media player.

Fair enough then! Bargain for the simplicity of plug/play.

If one were really strapped for cash or couldn't wait for delivery this could probably be done with some freeware by re-encoding the file via an upscaling setting.
Sorry, I'm no expert in the field but I think you're missing the point of what this device does. It allows you to play media files from a USB flash drive or SD card on any TV / monitor that has an HDMI input (although as I said originally, I'm not sure why the image shows component A/V leads - you can only see one end of the leads so I don't know whether they have the same connections on the other side and whether the media player supports this type of connection - ie for really old TVs that don't have an HDMI input).

Hi, no not missing the point, I understand that this is intended for 'upscaling' smaller screen resolution content (lets say 720) to full 1080 - the device/storage capacity is irrelevant to my last comment.
Yeah, upscaling is one of the features of this media player, but the basic premise of the device is this:
I've got video files on a USB flash drive.
I've got a TV with an HDMI input.
I want to be able to watch my video files on my TV (whether "upscaled" or not).
You originally stated "If one were really strapped for cash or couldn't wait for delivery this could probably be done with some freeware by re-encoding the file via an upscaling setting".
But no amount of re-encoding will allow me to plug my USB drive into my HDMI port so this can't be seen as an alternative to buying this device, which is what you seemed to be implying (or it's cetainly how your post reads).

Anyway, I think we've managed to clear up any confusion. 8)
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From the pictures and description i'm not sure if it's the same thing, but this:http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00BUQR6V4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1Upscales my N64 to 16:9 widescreen and looks/sounds amazing!
It's not. This is a media player.

Fair enough then! Bargain for the simplicity of plug/play.

If one were really strapped for cash or couldn't wait for delivery this could probably be done with some freeware by re-encoding the file via an upscaling setting.
Sorry, I'm no expert in the field but I think you're missing the point of what this device does. It allows you to play media files from a USB flash drive or SD card on any TV / monitor that has an HDMI input (although as I said originally, I'm not sure why the image shows component A/V leads - you can only see one end of the leads so I don't know whether they have the same connections on the other side and whether the media player supports this type of connection - ie for really old TVs that don't have an HDMI input).

Hi, no not missing the point, I understand that this is intended for 'upscaling' smaller screen resolution content (lets say 720) to full 1080 - the device/storage capacity is irrelevant to my last comment.
Yeah, upscaling is one of the features of this media player, but the basic premise of the device is this:
I've got video files on a USB flash drive.
I've got a TV with an HDMI input.
I want to be able to watch my video files on my TV (whether "upscaled" or not).
You originally stated "If one were really strapped for cash or couldn't wait for delivery this could probably be done with some freeware by re-encoding the file via an upscaling setting".
But no amount of re-encoding will allow me to plug my USB drive into my HDMI port so this can't be seen as an alternative to buying this device, which is what you seemed to be implying (or it's cetainly how your post reads).

Anyway, I think we've managed to clear up any confusion. 8)

In that case wouldn't it be cheaper to connect a laptop or PC with the card/USB plugged in to the TV via VGA? Or if no VGA port, then VGA to Scart?
I dare say there are numerous possibilities but I don't have a laptop and my PC is a long way off my TV (plus this device will allow me to watch video files on my TV without having to boot up and leave my PC running all the time) - which is why I've ordered one.

At the end of the day, it's horses for courses and this looks to suit my needs (and possibly others too). ;)


Indeed, electricity saving too!

Enjoy the big screen 8)
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From the pictures and description i'm not sure if it's the same thing, but this:http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00BUQR6V4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1Upscales my N64 to 16:9 widescreen and looks/sounds amazing!
It's not. This is a media player.

Fair enough then! Bargain for the simplicity of plug/play.

If one were really strapped for cash or couldn't wait for delivery this could probably be done with some freeware by re-encoding the file via an upscaling setting.
Sorry, I'm no expert in the field but I think you're missing the point of what this device does. It allows you to play media files from a USB flash drive or SD card on any TV / monitor that has an HDMI input (although as I said originally, I'm not sure why the image shows component A/V leads - you can only see one end of the leads so I don't know whether they have the same connections on the other side and whether the media player supports this type of connection - ie for really old TVs that don't have an HDMI input).

Hi, no not missing the point, I understand that this is intended for 'upscaling' smaller screen resolution content (lets say 720) to full 1080 - the device/storage capacity is irrelevant to my last comment.
Yeah, upscaling is one of the features of this media player, but the basic premise of the device is this:
I've got video files on a USB flash drive.
I've got a TV with an HDMI input.
I want to be able to watch my video files on my TV (whether "upscaled" or not).
You originally stated "If one were really strapped for cash or couldn't wait for delivery this could probably be done with some freeware by re-encoding the file via an upscaling setting".
But no amount of re-encoding will allow me to plug my USB drive into my HDMI port so this can't be seen as an alternative to buying this device, which is what you seemed to be implying (or it's cetainly how your post reads).

Anyway, I think we've managed to clear up any confusion. 8)
ian.online
mrvot
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From the pictures and description i'm not sure if it's the same thing, but this:http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00BUQR6V4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1Upscales my N64 to 16:9 widescreen and looks/sounds amazing!
It's not. This is a media player.

Fair enough then! Bargain for the simplicity of plug/play.

If one were really strapped for cash or couldn't wait for delivery this could probably be done with some freeware by re-encoding the file via an upscaling setting.
Sorry, I'm no expert in the field but I think you're missing the point of what this device does. It allows you to play media files from a USB flash drive or SD card on any TV / monitor that has an HDMI input (although as I said originally, I'm not sure why the image shows component A/V leads - you can only see one end of the leads so I don't know whether they have the same connections on the other side and whether the media player supports this type of connection - ie for really old TVs that don't have an HDMI input).

Hi, no not missing the point, I understand that this is intended for 'upscaling' smaller screen resolution content (lets say 720) to full 1080 - the device/storage capacity is irrelevant to my last comment.
Yeah, upscaling is one of the features of this media player, but the basic premise of the device is this:
I've got video files on a USB flash drive.
I've got a TV with an HDMI input.
I want to be able to watch my video files on my TV (whether "upscaled" or not).
You originally stated "If one were really strapped for cash or couldn't wait for delivery this could probably be done with some freeware by re-encoding the file via an upscaling setting".
But no amount of re-encoding will allow me to plug my USB drive into my HDMI port so this can't be seen as an alternative to buying this device, which is what you seemed to be implying (or it's cetainly how your post reads).

Anyway, I think we've managed to clear up any confusion. 8)

In that case wouldn't it be cheaper to connect a laptop or PC with the card/USB plugged in to the TV via VGA? Or if no VGA port, then VGA to Scart?
I dare say there are numerous possibilities but I don't have a laptop and my PC is a long way off my TV (plus this device will allow me to watch video files on my TV without having to boot up and leave my PC running all the time) - which is why I've ordered one.

At the end of the day, it's horses for courses and this looks to suit my needs (and possibly others too). ;)


Edited By: ian.online on Jun 26, 2014 17:42
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From the pictures and description i'm not sure if it's the same thing, but this:http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00BUQR6V4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1Upscales my N64 to 16:9 widescreen and looks/sounds amazing!
It's not. This is a media player.

Fair enough then! Bargain for the simplicity of plug/play.

If one were really strapped for cash or couldn't wait for delivery this could probably be done with some freeware by re-encoding the file via an upscaling setting.
Sorry, I'm no expert in the field but I think you're missing the point of what this device does. It allows you to play media files from a USB flash drive or SD card on any TV / monitor that has an HDMI input (although as I said originally, I'm not sure why the image shows component A/V leads - you can only see one end of the leads so I don't know whether they have the same connections on the other side and whether the media player supports this type of connection - ie for really old TVs that don't have an HDMI input).

Hi, no not missing the point, I understand that this is intended for 'upscaling' smaller screen resolution content (lets say 720) to full 1080 - the device/storage capacity is irrelevant to my last comment.
Yeah, upscaling is one of the features of this media player, but the basic premise of the device is this:
I've got video files on a USB flash drive.
I've got a TV with an HDMI input.
I want to be able to watch my video files on my TV (whether "upscaled" or not).
You originally stated "If one were really strapped for cash or couldn't wait for delivery this could probably be done with some freeware by re-encoding the file via an upscaling setting".
But no amount of re-encoding will allow me to plug my USB drive into my HDMI port so this can't be seen as an alternative to buying this device, which is what you seemed to be implying (or it's cetainly how your post reads).

Anyway, I think we've managed to clear up any confusion. 8)
ian.online
mrvot
ian.online
mrvot
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mrvot
From the pictures and description i'm not sure if it's the same thing, but this:http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00BUQR6V4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1Upscales my N64 to 16:9 widescreen and looks/sounds amazing!
It's not. This is a media player.

Fair enough then! Bargain for the simplicity of plug/play.

If one were really strapped for cash or couldn't wait for delivery this could probably be done with some freeware by re-encoding the file via an upscaling setting.
Sorry, I'm no expert in the field but I think you're missing the point of what this device does. It allows you to play media files from a USB flash drive or SD card on any TV / monitor that has an HDMI input (although as I said originally, I'm not sure why the image shows component A/V leads - you can only see one end of the leads so I don't know whether they have the same connections on the other side and whether the media player supports this type of connection - ie for really old TVs that don't have an HDMI input).

Hi, no not missing the point, I understand that this is intended for 'upscaling' smaller screen resolution content (lets say 720) to full 1080 - the device/storage capacity is irrelevant to my last comment.
Yeah, upscaling is one of the features of this media player, but the basic premise of the device is this:
I've got video files on a USB flash drive.
I've got a TV with an HDMI input.
I want to be able to watch my video files on my TV (whether "upscaled" or not).
You originally stated "If one were really strapped for cash or couldn't wait for delivery this could probably be done with some freeware by re-encoding the file via an upscaling setting".
But no amount of re-encoding will allow me to plug my USB drive into my HDMI port so this can't be seen as an alternative to buying this device, which is what you seemed to be implying (or it's cetainly how your post reads).

Anyway, I think we've managed to clear up any confusion. 8)

In that case wouldn't it be cheaper to connect a laptop or PC with the card/USB plugged in to the TV via VGA? Or if no VGA port, then VGA to Scart?
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Nokia 108 Black on Vodafone £14.99 (potential £5.25 TCB = £9.74) ideal for Basic Ovivo Freedom @ PrePayMania

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OK so Prepaymania are doing a Nokia 108 Black for £14.99 including delivery with possible £5.25 cashback through Top Cash Back. It tracked in an hour and an Ovivo sim works in it so for those after…
marcusksharma Avatar2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago7 Comments
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tidylittleal
Buy a vectone or delight sim from poundland. Both come with £10 free credit. Makes this deal even sweeter


sound very,
http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews250975.html

http://www.trustpilot.co.uk/review/vectonemobile.co.uk
Buy a vectone or delight sim from poundland. Both come with £10 free credit. Makes this deal even sweeter
ovivo sim only works in unlocked 3g phones according to the info on the website. Are any of the phones mentioned in this post 3g.
raven
The Tmobile zest 2 for £9.98 before topcashback is a better buy I think. Relatively easy to unlockfor free online.
http://www.prepaymania.co.uk/mobilephone/t-mobile-zest-2-pay-as-you-go-mobile-phone-black.html
Unlock here:
http://www.wintechmobiles.com/unlocking/t-mobile-zest-ii-free-unlock-code/

The zest is good if you want it for another network but for the Ovivo deal the Nokia with 31 days standby and 12 hours talktime is a no brainer almost double the Zest.
aramaj36
I think you got it wrong there, TCB are offering 5.25% cashback not £5.25

Just checked and it's definately £5.25
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Vodafone Sony Xperia L 8GB PAYG Black £100.00 @ PrePayMania

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Android Jelly Bean 4.1, 8GB Memory, 1GB RAM, 8MP Camera. experience sony camera expertise on smartphone.
martinroot Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago5 Comments
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Price showing £120
says £120 now
Moto G is a much better buy as far as device smoothness and power goes.
Are prepaymania phones locked anyone know.
Xperias are great phones. Love my Xperia T which received its android 4.3 update last night
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Movon MS500 Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Headset £14.99 @ Prepaymania

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Movon MS500 Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Headset Quick Product Overview : Movon MS500 Bluetooth Wireless Stereo HeadsetThe Movon Bluetooth stereo headsets allow you to wirelessly listen to digital-qua…
laloopatel Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago17 Comments
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They look really weird and bulky to be honest
that mean u do not have any complains for Beat by Dr Dre headphones!!

No not really to be honest. Dr see headphones look more normal.
I'm happy with my Jabra which I paid 55 few years ago and I use them daily since then.
hmmm look for Sony XB500, im using that, bought with £36 last year, but can say an awesome one!! Amazed with theatrical quality!

I need a bluetooth headphones which I can also use to make a phone calls. I listen to the music from my phone/ipod outside home. At home I have a good wired headphones :)
I still have a small sony headphones with a best bass ever :)

Here is a good one, might be helpful to u :)

Thank you :)
I was actually going to risk those Movon headphones but my wife told me off lol
Oh well :)

Edited By: lucyferror on Feb 02, 2014 22:32
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lucyferror
They look really weird and bulky to be honest
that mean u do not have any complains for Beat by Dr Dre headphones!!

No not really to be honest. Dr see headphones look more normal.
I'm happy with my Jabra which I paid 55 few years ago and I use them daily since then.
hmmm look for Sony XB500, im using that, bought with £36 last year, but can say an awesome one!! Amazed with theatrical quality!

I need a bluetooth headphones which I can also use to make a phone calls. I listen to the music from my phone/ipod outside home. At home I have a good wired headphones :)
I still have a small sony headphones with a best bass ever :)

Here is a good one, might be helpful to u :)
laloopatel
lucyferror
laloopatel
lucyferror
They look really weird and bulky to be honest
that mean u do not have any complains for Beat by Dr Dre headphones!!

No not really to be honest. Dr see headphones look more normal.
I'm happy with my Jabra which I paid 55 few years ago and I use them daily since then.
hmmm look for Sony XB500, im using that, bought with £36 last year, but can say an awesome one!! Amazed with theatrical quality!

I need a bluetooth headphones which I can also use to make a phone calls. I listen to the music from my phone/ipod outside home. At home I have a good wired headphones :)
I still have a small sony headphones with a best bass ever :)


Edited By: lucyferror on Feb 02, 2014 18:45
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laloopatel
lucyferror
They look really weird and bulky to be honest
that mean u do not have any complains for Beat by Dr Dre headphones!!

No not really to be honest. Dr see headphones look more normal.
I'm happy with my Jabra which I paid 55 few years ago and I use them daily since then.
hmmm look for Sony XB500, im using that, bought with £36 last year, but can say an awesome one!! Amazed with theatrical quality!
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lucyferror
They look really weird and bulky to be honest
that mean u do not have any complains for Beat by Dr Dre headphones!!
No not really to be honest. Dr see headphones look more normal. I'm happy with my Jabra which I paid 55 few years ago and I use them daily since then.
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Why sad face? You started :p
Come on girls, put the handbags down and kiss and make up!<3

No! :)
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Apple 3 Meter Sync Cable was £2.58 before now for £0.99 Free Delivery @PrePayMania

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Fonerange Apple iPad iPhone & iPod 3 Meter Sync Cable
suzyglitz1908 Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago8 Comments
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Longer cables - yeah 3 miles long maybe but not 3 metres.
no, 3 metre cables will show a massive drop in charging rate. Try it yourself if you don't believe me ;)
These are terrible. Got one last year, doesn't sync and pretty much broke after a week or two.
Longer cables - yeah 3 miles long maybe but not 3 metres.
It will do as longer cables lose a lot of power in transmission.
I have a three metre cable, seems to take forever to charge ipad.
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Genuine Movon Wrist Band was £29.97 before now for £9.98 @ PrePayMania

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This Genuine Movon MB80 Wrist Band Black Grey is a handy accessory for any mobile phone user that is always on the go and constantly needing to multi-task. Simply attach to your wrist, and carry on wi…
suzyglitz1908 Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago7 Comments
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Talk to the hand
Love this. Thanks.8)
KevSp
be perfect for cycling
If you don't use the handle bars
be perfect for cycling
jalealnajib
Why the cold votes?


probably because it's not a ps4 or xbox one as a lot 9 people have put on completely random postings.

I personally think it's good. It doesn't look at ugly as some of these smart watches
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Genuine HP International charger, was £7.49 before now for £3.98 @ PrePayMania

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comes with all international pins, this HP International USB Mains Charger comes with a 5ft Micro USB to USB lead(1A)and is the ideal charger to travel with. Universal and fully compatible in the UK a…
rhv786 Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago21 Comments
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Nice find.

Has anyone found a reasonably price replacement cable for the touchpad - that accepts the full 2A current?

I find only the HP one will charge it at the full 2Amps
:( Damn, another missed deal. Reminds me to keep all cards at the ready.
Thanks
helpinghand
holdav
OOS :( Wanted to get one of these

Back in stock

Thank you!!
They are virtually identical inside, characteristics are the same.

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30 days freebies on vodafone payg for £0.52 @PrePayMania

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nice deal Our 30 days Free Bees What would you like to do? Texting, surfing Internet or calling, Vodafone free SIM card makes everything possible at a very affordable rate. Just top up wi…
rhv786 Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago3 Comments
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so get a sim...top up a tenner and get a freebie? wheres the deal??
Skybird
Don't understand this ,surely the price is £10.52.


Agreed £0.52 for the sim then a £10 top-up to activate the freebie.
Don't understand this ,surely the price is £10.52.
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Samsung Galaxy S3 Pebble Blue SIM Free - £260.10 - Amazon Prepaymania

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Pebble Blue SIM Free - £260.10 - Amazon Prepaymania
Steamy Wee Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago8 Comments
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Steamy Wee

Moto G for the cash is VERY good I agree. Likely hood of Motorola's owners Google of keeping it updated slim, unfortunately.

Any particular reason as it seems pretty likely to be updated from all accounts I've read. Be very surprised if the S3 gets more updates than the G from 4.4 onwards, which the s3 is still waiting on of course.
Still the best current price ;)
A brand new one? I doubt that... Proof?
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aramaj36
Too expensive and a phone that has been around for a while now even here on HUKD, went down to £239 at the lowest
No it didn't, I got mine for £215 back in August from a deal on here.

£193.90 Recently
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aramaj36
Too expensive and a phone that has been around for a while now even here on HUKD, went down to £239 at the lowest

Yes, it's been around for a while, but it's the cheapest available at the moment for a SIM free one. Prices fluctuate ;)

True, although I voted hot I really think Moto G at half the price is better b

Moto G for the cash is VERY good I agree. Likely hood of Motorola's owners Google of keeping it updated slim, unfortunately.
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similar item on ebay item number 141075537388 and you get a screen guard and free delivery

I bought several colours in these and are good quality
voted cold for me and they deliver to Northern Ireland
£2 on eBay.
Good price I paid £4 in tesco!
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Seeing that the tesco direct deal for a Vodafone Lumia 520 was getting heat I had a look around and found prepaymania had the same deal, but I consider it's slightly better because of Topcashback at £…
Doors Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago29 Comments
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windows phone is immensely stupid that you have to scroll down a long list to launch any app that starts with the latter half of the alphabet...

You can put your common apps in any position/order you choose on the main screen, why would you scroll through the app list, unless you were looking for something that you rarely use, in which case having the not-often used apps in alphabetical order makes perfect sense.

Buy this phone if you don't want to be notified when someone leaves you a voicemail.

All of the Windows phones I've had (versions 7 and 8) have notified me of missed calls, voicemails, emails and anything else I would want to be notified off i.e. turns taken on games, new articles on news feeds etc.
dr_joolz
windows phone is immensely stupid that you have to scroll down a long list to launch any app that starts with the latter half of the alphabet...

Click the hash # and press the first letter of the app name :D Or pin to start /folder.
windows phone is immensely stupid that you have to scroll down a long list to launch any app that starts with the latter half of the alphabet...
Buy this phone if you don't want to be notified when someone leaves you a voicemail.
There's not much of a learning curve with Windows phones, that's their strength, they're fast, responsive and just work. I never had any issues moving from Android to WindowsPhone, all the apps I wanted were there.

There are obviously tons more apps on Android and IOS, but there are a lot more duplicates in those app stores than there are in the Windows store.

There's only so many fart machine apps one can take, until it becomes not funny.

Ovivio = Excellent Value For Money! (or Free depending on which tariff you choose)

Edited By: a_user on Jan 17, 2014 21:13
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S4 charger (2 pin) £3.82 @ prepaymania

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Genuine S4 two-pin charger. Get a travel/shaver plug adaptor for a £1 from 99p store and start using a S4 charger. Cheapest compared to Pixmania and other sellers. Useful if you don't want to risk dam…
Silhouette78 Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago1 Comment
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very sensible, hot deal. I've killed a couple of samsung batteries by using non-samsung chargers
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Screen Protectors 50p each Delivered @ Prepaymania

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include S3 mini,Apple ipad air,Nokia Lumia,Blackberry,HTC,ipad & more 76 to choose from
goonertillidie Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago33 Comments
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Nice
I buy Expert Shield but they're at a premium.
You get what you pay for I wouldn't expect much protection from these I use Zagg ones myself
Search for terapin.. like 6 for £2 and better quality
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Avantalk Sunday BTCK-18 Solar Bluetooth Car Kit for £9.97 DELIVERED @ PrePayMania

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Need something like this for my car and cheapest i can find it (Around £20 elsewhere) The Avantalk Sunday BTCK-18 Solar Bluetooth Car Kit is a Bluetooth multipoint speakerphone with solar charging…
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Now £23.59
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PS3 Dual Charging Station Only £4.00 Delivered @ sold by Prepaymania. Amazon

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An easy solution for charging your wireless controllers. Charges two controllers at the same time. Powered by the USB ports on your PS3 so no need for external power supply. A small compact design…
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If your Playstation is left plugged into a socket and the power on the socket is switched on it will still charge your controllers even when the Playstation is shut down. The only time it won't charge is if you completely unplug the Playstation from the wall socket. Hope this helps.


Edited By: deano25 on Nov 27, 2013 15:36
Could I plug this in a usb charger, or would I have to leave the playstation on?
Hot
Good price but the reviews are not very convincing!!