Samsung tab a 7inch 4g tablet with 6 months 4G data £119.99 Currys - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
378

Samsung tab a 7inch 4g tablet with 6 months 4G data £119.99 Currys

£119.99 @ Currys
Not bad for a branded 4g tablet with 6 months free data included at 2 gb a month.was £249.99 Read More
bruntz2016 Avatar
banned4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
Not bad for a branded 4g tablet with 6 months free data included at 2 gb a month.was £249.99
bruntz2016 Avatar
banned4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
Options

All Comments

(27) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
only downer i find is 8gb Rom
banned#2
Yes it is but just pop a memory card in for more memory there cheap enough.
#3
Love the free data deals
3 Likes #4
God i need to cut my debit card
#5
Great deal - hot
#6
Can anyone confirm the price for more data after the first 6 months? With the Three mobile sims its very expensive after the initial data runs out.

Can anyone confirm if you can easily access the sim slot and put in a different data sim, say from Three?
1 Like #8
groenleader
Can anyone confirm the price for more data after the first 6 months? With the Three mobile sims its very expensive after the initial data runs out.

Can anyone confirm if you can easily access the sim slot and put in a different data sim, say from Three?


Yes this is just like a big phone, you can use your own sim and also use it to make phone calls as you can with most samsung 4g tabs
banned 1 Like #9
groenleader
Can anyone confirm the price for more data after the first 6 months? With the Three mobile sims its very expensive after the initial data runs out.

Can anyone confirm if you can easily access the sim slot and put in a different data sim, say from Three?


they are unlocked as far as I'm aware and you can change the nano SIM for your own one.if you go to item on curry's site you can read the questions ask about item and it confirms this.
#10
bavi014
only downer i find is 8gb Rom


8gb storage not ROM.
1 Like #11
7" tablets really aren't that useful. Had one years ago and found that it was too small to be that useful. Didn't make much sense using it over my phone.

If I was buying a tablet, I'd go for 9" or 10" size.
2 Likes #12
dmcmsn
iandavidson1982
bavi014
only downer i find is 8gb Rom
8gb storage not ROM.

ROM is storage 'Read Only Memory'
You're thinking of RAM ' Random Access Memory


I know what ROM stands for. The tablets Storage is 8GB and it's not 8GB ROM. You realise storage is writable? i.e. not ROM
#13
Picard123
7" tablets really aren't that useful. Had one years ago and found that it was too small to be that useful. Didn't make much sense using it over my phone.
If I was buying a tablet, I'd go for 9" or 10" size.

I have a 7" tablet and a 10" tablet. The 7" is far more portable and you can hold it with one hand. Using a 10" you have to be sat down and hold it with two hands.
#14
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Picard123
7" tablets really aren't that useful. Had one years ago and found that it was too small to be that useful. Didn't make much sense using it over my phone.
If I was buying a tablet, I'd go for 9" or 10" size.
I have a 7" tablet and a 10" tablet. The 7" is far more portable and you can hold it with one hand. Using a 10" you have to be sat down and hold it with two hands.

But then I'd just use my phone if I just wanted portability and something one handed.

You can hold a 10" tablet with one hand. iPad Air 2 (9.7") for example, is ridiculously light and thin. Same with the iPad Mini (8").

All I'm saying it that people should think twice about going for a 7" size as it's not that useful if you have a 5" or 5.5" smartphone and it's a size that's gradually being phased out due to lack of popularity.

Edited By: Picard123 on Dec 15, 2016 08:49: .
#16
Thanks Lucyscollins , just looking for an excuse not to spend more money, dammit hotdeals! ☺
#17
can this be used wifi only and not insert a sim after the free offer runs out
2 Likes #18
Picard123
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Picard123
7" tablets really aren't that useful. Had one years ago and found that it was too small to be that useful. Didn't make much sense using it over my phone.
If I was buying a tablet, I'd go for 9" or 10" size.
I have a 7" tablet and a 10" tablet. The 7" is far more portable and you can hold it with one hand. Using a 10" you have to be sat down and hold it with two hands.
But then I'd just use my phone if I just wanted portability and something one handed.
You can hold a 10" tablet with one hand. iPad Air 2 (9.7") for example, is ridiculously light and thin. Same with the iPad Mini (8").
All I'm saying it that people should think twice about going for a 7" size as it's not that useful if you have a 5" or 5.5" smartphone and it's a size that's gradually being phased out due to lack of popularity.
my wife likes my ten inch
#19
Lauren146
can this be used wifi only and not insert a sim after the free offer runs out


No, after the 6 months run out it's pretty much useless and fit for the bin.
#20
Lauren146
can this be used wifi only and not insert a sim after the free offer runs out


Yes you can it will automatically connect to the wifi anyway, till there is no wifi available, you can also turn the mobile data off if you just want to use wifi
#21
dadofdaisy
Lauren146
can this be used wifi only and not insert a sim after the free offer runs out
No, after the 6 months run out it's pretty much useless and fit for the bin.
surely thats not true? can't you use wifi after 4g data runs out?
#22
Tweedie
dadofdaisy
Lauren146
can this be used wifi only and not insert a sim after the free offer runs out
No, after the 6 months run out it's pretty much useless and fit for the bin.
surely thats not true? can't you use wifi after 4g data runs out?


No, it's like the old disposable cameras, once the 6 months is up you have to buy a new tablet.


I'm actually joking, please don't listen to me! This seems to be a very good deal! HEAT 

Edited By: dadofdaisy on Dec 15, 2016 09:34: Joke
#23
can it be upgraded to the latest android? I noticed its quite old 5.1 lollypop version
1 Like #24
Picard123
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Picard123
7" tablets really aren't that useful. Had one years ago and found that it was too small to be that useful. Didn't make much sense using it over my phone.
If I was buying a tablet, I'd go for 9" or 10" size.
I have a 7" tablet and a 10" tablet. The 7" is far more portable and you can hold it with one hand. Using a 10" you have to be sat down and hold it with two hands.
But then I'd just use my phone if I just wanted portability and something one handed.
You can hold a 10" tablet with one hand. iPad Air 2 (9.7") for example, is ridiculously light and thin. Same with the iPad Mini (8").
All I'm saying it that people should think twice about going for a 7" size as it's not that useful if you have a 5" or 5.5" smartphone and it's a size that's gradually being phased out due to lack of popularity.

Personally holding a 10" tablet playing games and media in landscape mode is not comfortable for me. Maybe I don't have the biggest hands.

But just like you warn people (and rightly so) to think if a 7" is best, equally 10" might be too big. I use my 7" tab far more often than my 10" one. In fact it's in my bag with me now. :)
#25
bruntz2016
Yes it is but just pop a memory card in for more memory there cheap enough.


That throttles it's performance vs having a larger faster internal storage.
1 Like #26
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Picard123
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Picard123
7" tablets really aren't that useful. Had one years ago and found that it was too small to be that useful. Didn't make much sense using it over my phone.
If I was buying a tablet, I'd go for 9" or 10" size.
I have a 7" tablet and a 10" tablet. The 7" is far more portable and you can hold it with one hand. Using a 10" you have to be sat down and hold it with two hands.
But then I'd just use my phone if I just wanted portability and something one handed.
You can hold a 10" tablet with one hand. iPad Air 2 (9.7") for example, is ridiculously light and thin. Same with the iPad Mini (8").
All I'm saying it that people should think twice about going for a 7" size as it's not that useful if you have a 5" or 5.5" smartphone and it's a size that's gradually being phased out due to lack of popularity.
Personally holding a 10" tablet playing games and media in landscape mode is not comfortable for me. Maybe I don't have the biggest hands.
But just like you warn people (and rightly so) to think if a 7" is best, equally 10" might be too big. I use my 7" tab far more often than my 10" one. In fact it's in my bag with me now. :)

To be fair, you do make a valid point! If you're playing those games where you're holding it horizontally and you're somehow having to press left and right buttons on the screen, it is a nice size, a bit like those Nintendos from yesteryear. I guess I forgot about that as I don't really play games on a tablet.

For everything else though, I still reckon smaller or bigger is better! ;)

Edited By: Picard123 on Dec 15, 2016 19:42: .
#27
all i want is a 9 or 10" tab with android or google play on it and a high res or full hd screen

oh and cheap as poss loll

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!