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Brand New iPhone Se 64gb Unlocked £389.00 Smartfonestore

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I have seen it at this price with them a few times recently, but usually only have one or two in stock, there is currently 27 Grey ones, and a few in other colours too. I am an android kind of guy,…
DonkeyKonk Avatar1d, 3h agoFound 1 day, 3 hours ago52 Comments
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rodman
So total price £394.98 delivered
Buy from giffgaff £399 plus quidco cashback, you will end up with same pricehttps://www.topcashback.co.uk/giffgaff-handsets/https://www.giffgaff.com/mobile-phones/apple/apple-iphone-se/phone-details
Plus £10 topup at giffgaff
plewis00
welshman10
plewis00
Ralph888
No ones buying, still 27 in stock, whats the difference between a 6S & Se, anything major?
Smaller screen and no 3D Touch (big whoop). Plus part of the issue is that by having an SE (in any colour other than Rose Gold), it looks like you're rocking a 5s from 2013 which is just so not cool.
OK, so that's sarcastic of me but the SE is a very good phone and the only real competitor for the small phone crown other than Sony Z3/Z5/X Compact series.
I'm still "rocking" a 4S
Don't blame you - they're great phones, but if you've been updating it, can't deny it's been getting slower each time?
I'm also rocking a 4S but stopped updating it because I believe they put something to slow down your "old" iphones in every new update
welshman10
plewis00
Ralph888
No ones buying, still 27 in stock, whats the difference between a 6S & Se, anything major?
Smaller screen and no 3D Touch (big whoop). Plus part of the issue is that by having an SE (in any colour other than Rose Gold), it looks like you're rocking a 5s from 2013 which is just so not cool.
OK, so that's sarcastic of me but the SE is a very good phone and the only real competitor for the small phone crown other than Sony Z3/Z5/X Compact series.
I'm still "rocking" a 4S

Don't blame you - they're great phones, but if you've been updating it, can't deny it's been getting slower each time?
DonkeyKonk
shakydaniel
mummymelly
Good deal voted hot just wish they had rose gold in stock!
walk in John Lewis store and get this for 359£ rose gold , just bought one
64gb?
16GB
So total price £394.98 delivered

Buy from giffgaff £399 plus quidco cashback, you will end up with same price

https://www.topcashback.co.uk/giffgaff-handsets/
https://www.giffgaff.com/mobile-phones/apple/apple-iphone-se/phone-details
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Apple iPad 3 16GB WiFi 4G (Grade A) SmartfoneStore £169.99

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I just got myself one of these for the kids, it was in excellent condition and works really well. Also my first piece of Apple Hardware after avoiding it for years. I went for the Grade B and i…
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Dreadful deal.
I've a 32GB ipad which I bought for £220 about 4 years ago. Admittedly not 4G but it's just so underpowered compared to my LG G4 now. I'd say it's worth around the £100 mark.
Probably better going for something that is still supported like the Air1/2 IMO, personally I think the iPad 4 was lucky to get support and suspect that will go next cycle with all other 32bit based devices.
The iPad 3 is and was a great iPad but Apple have totally ruined it with the new updates - part of their planned obsolescence that they deny. For what the OP said it will be fine but even my work Air 1st gen feels seriously slow compared to the Air 2 and Pro I have at home. The iPad 4 is noticeably quicker but probably not worth the extra £40. You can get a good used Air 1 for around £200 at the moment and that has the A7 processor not the A6X (iPad 4) or A5X (iPad 3).
I wish I could sell my iPad 3 32gb for anything like this much money. You get offered £60 if you're lucky so they must be making a mint on this :(
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IPhone SE 64gb Space Grey - Locked to EE Brand New £384.98 @ Smartfonestore

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Was looking around for mobiles and stumbled across this. Seems like a good deal 379.99 but has 4.99 postage cost. Personally never bought from this site so dont know if they are reliable?
vigilante Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago10 Comments
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Cameron92
I thought it's the Apple 6s Pro+ (no caffeine included) next?


​Thats iPhone Max
I thought it's the Apple 6s Pro+ (no caffeine included) next?
Can't wait for the new iPhone. Apparently it's got a '7' in its name! A '7'!
Either want the SE or 6s for the Hey Siri feature for work mostly. So will be waiting for the new iPhone so they drop down in price a bit. Not really keen on the 7 rumors.
argosextra
keepitFake
I can't wait when they release iPhone 6s+ in September, I'm totally buying it, gonna camp outside the store
I'll join you with the camping and stay outside the store but won't be buying the phone it's too expensive can't afford it

Just wait for the IPhone 6s+SE instead.




Gonna be awesome :D
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One only - Grade B iPad Air 2 64GB unlocked cellular £279.99 Smartfonestore

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Maybe a mis-price - it's cheaper than the 64GB non-cellular version, and the same price as the 16G cellular version. I'd buy it but I've already got one. I've bought a Grade B phone from then befo…
Dodge62 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago3 Comments
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dexix
You seriously posted a deal for one single item that was supposedly reduced, words fail me

Why not? One person could have got a stonking deal. Is there any minimum number of items to constitute a deal? It did say quite clearly in the title "one only", if you're not interested in single item deals why read it?

Out of stock now (someone did get a stonking deal) but the site's still showing that price, or variations for other grades, so worth keeping a lookout for it coming in stock again.
You seriously posted a deal for one single item that was supposedly reduced, words fail me
where? all out of stock?
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Samsung GALAXY S7 EDGE Brand New (SIM FREE) £439.99 +£4.99 Delivery Total=£444.98 @ Smartfone store

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Sim free with manufacturer warranty plus if go through topcashback you get £5.25 cashback as well. I bought the Gold colour but now only Black available.
pathanuk Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago20 Comments
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kingchris
Mine arrived today.
It a euro French model which works fine for warranty (rather then a grey Asian import)
EU plug but they included a UK version in the box. Just the UK version is not a faster charger so either swap it or get an adaptor for the EU one in the box.
Mine came today as well and it's a UK model with UK plug and just registered for warranty,very pleased with it so far.
Mine arrived today.

It a euro French model which works fine for warranty (rather then a grey Asian import)

EU plug but they included a UK version in the box. Just the UK version is not a faster charger so either swap it or get an adaptor for the EU one in the box.


Edited By: kingchris on Aug 02, 2016 10:30: lang
thanks ill keep an eye on it.. john Lewis has or did for 609 with 32gb memory card.. still a bit more than id like to spend i can hold out for a bit i guess
Larksp
anthonynsinclair
Larksp
grrr i missed out been searching all week for a deal on this
Used S7 Edge for 2 months now. Honestly mate, fantastic.
thats it Rub it in :)

i have an s5 been a good phone but now waiting on good price from trusting shop


​if it's any consellation, use SAMSUNGSAVE30 when ordering from the Samsung website which brings cost down to 609, then 5% cashback from quidco, this is how I ordered. Not the cheapest but cheapest from direct manufacturer with best possible warranty.
anthonynsinclair
sparkylicious
Looks like a really good price for brand new. Hot from me. Although the note 7 due to be announced on Tuesday, very exciting phone.
​looks like the only difference with the note 7 and s7 edge is a 0.2 inch screen difference http://m.gsmarena.com/new_samsung_galaxy_note_7_mega_leak_official_renders_specs_info_and_preliminary_price-news-19681.php


And the awesome stylus. I'd be lost without mine
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Samsung Galaxy S7 32GB Unlocked Gold - £409.99 - Smartfonestore

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Good price for a brand new unlocked Samsung S7. Pair up with a good sim only option like the EE one (http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ee-16gb-data-unlimited-mins-unlimited-texts-sim-only-12-month-contr…
sirhobo Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago35 Comments
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bally12345
As much as I want to upgrade my S5 to the S7 I think I will until December when it shod hopefully be sub £350

The S6 has only just gone sub £350
As much as I want to upgrade my S5 to the S7 I think I will until December when it shod hopefully be sub £350
AdolfHeatler
OP3 went up recently to £329 but seems to be a much better deal.

Unless you want waterproofing, a 5.1 inch screen, expandable memory and a certain level of warranty support...
MichaelLi
Flora82
kingchris
kharma45
deany76
With respect to OP.
The returns policy is a joke- they use the expression 'no quibble' erroneously.
"We provide a free 10 day no quibble returns service as long as the handset is returned unopened"AVOID like the plague
That's their own T&C's, which unfortunately for them doesn't take precedence over the law. Under UK Distance Selling Regulations you can open the packaging to inspect the goods, but you've a duty of care not to damage the items. It also extends to 14 days too, not the 10 they quote, which starts when you receive the goods.
Also, if you paid for standard delivery when you bought something, the seller has to refund this if you return it. You need to tell the seller you don’t want the item within 14 days of receiving it. Once you’ve told the seller, you’ve got another 14 days to actually send the item back.
Its the The Consumer Contracts Regulations now, got changed in 2014.
​Didn't it get watered down slightly as well? Would be great to know the above still definitely applies.
Consumer Contracts Regulation 2013
Reimbursement by trader in the event of withdrawal or cancellation
34. (1) The trader must reimburse all payments, other than payments for delivery, received from the consumer, subject to paragraph (10).
(5) If the contract is a sales contract and the trader has not offered to collect the goods, the time is the end of 14 days after—
(a) the day on which the trader receives the goods back, or
(b) if earlier, the day on which the consumer supplies evidence of having sent the goods back.
(8 ) The trader must not impose any fee on the consumer in respect of the reimbursement.
(9) If (in the case of a sales contract) the value of the goods is diminished by any amount as a result of handling of the goods by the consumer beyond what is necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning of the goods, the trader may recover that amount from the consumer, up to the contract price.
(10) An amount that may be recovered under paragraph (9)—
(a) may be deducted from the amount to be reimbursed under paragraph (1);
(b) otherwise, must be paid by the consumer to the trader.http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2013/3134/regulation/34/made

Makes perfect sense. Some people seem to think that they should be able to open and use and item for 14 days before deciding they don't want it and that it is poor customer service if you don't allow this.
Flora82
kingchris
kharma45
deany76
With respect to OP.
The returns policy is a joke- they use the expression 'no quibble' erroneously.
"We provide a free 10 day no quibble returns service as long as the handset is returned unopened"AVOID like the plague
That's their own T&C's, which unfortunately for them doesn't take precedence over the law. Under UK Distance Selling Regulations you can open the packaging to inspect the goods, but you've a duty of care not to damage the items. It also extends to 14 days too, not the 10 they quote, which starts when you receive the goods.
Also, if you paid for standard delivery when you bought something, the seller has to refund this if you return it. You need to tell the seller you don’t want the item within 14 days of receiving it. Once you’ve told the seller, you’ve got another 14 days to actually send the item back.
Its the The Consumer Contracts Regulations now, got changed in 2014.
​Didn't it get watered down slightly as well? Would be great to know the above still definitely applies.

Consumer Contracts Regulation 2013
Reimbursement by trader in the event of withdrawal or cancellation
34. (1) The trader must reimburse all payments, other than payments for delivery, received from the consumer, subject to paragraph (10).
(5) If the contract is a sales contract and the trader has not offered to collect the goods, the time is the end of 14 days after—
(a) the day on which the trader receives the goods back, or
(b) if earlier, the day on which the consumer supplies evidence of having sent the goods back.
(8 ) The trader must not impose any fee on the consumer in respect of the reimbursement.
(9) If (in the case of a sales contract) the value of the goods is diminished by any amount as a result of handling of the goods by the consumer beyond what is necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning of the goods, the trader may recover that amount from the consumer, up to the contract price.
(10) An amount that may be recovered under paragraph (9)—
(a) may be deducted from the amount to be reimbursed under paragraph (1);
(b) otherwise, must be paid by the consumer to the trader.
http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2013/3134/regulation/34/made
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iPad Pro 12.9" 128gb WiFi/Cellular Grade A £589.99 @ SFS

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iPad Pro 128gb WiFi/Cellular Grade 'A' from SmartFoneStore Retail new is £899, so over £300 saving. These were a new to the market model In November 2015, so at the very least, it will have 4/5…
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My iPad pro 32GB Wifi C grade arrived today, if you hold it in the sunlight you can just see some light scratches on the back. Hold it in normal light and you cannot see any marks at all. 5 months warranty left on it. £460 for this is for me an excellent price as I got a decent amount for my iPad Air.

Unfortunately I missed out on the earlier deals but in truth I wouldn't use 128gb (I barely used the 16 of my older iPad) neither would I be using 4G and want the extra weight of that device.

Thanks for highlighting this OP




Edited By: davelfc on Jul 19, 2016 11:28
Bought silver this week thanks to this link Grade B. Arrived special delivery by1pm delivery. As expected did not come with own box or accessories but purchased Apple lightning charge cab;e £6.99. It is spotless, looks new. Plugged into apple.com, the guide is this has over a month of the complimentary 90 day phone help left and warranty expires 16/5/2017, so less than 2 months old. Unbelievable 520 compared to 799 (which I wouldn't have paid fankly). If anyone wants the overpriced Apple Pencil for slightly less overpriced £35 (Grade A) have a look at Cex - they have loads. I ordered one again thanks to a deal on here. Thanks for the heads up.
montblanc
Wahhh I would have gone for this, I really want something nice to draw with and you can do more with this than a Cintiq

Back in stock - gold only
hasn't the official RRP also dropped?
glad to see the price of this coming down, by the time I convince myself I actually want/need one, i should be able to afford it
hobofighter
trs020382
googleboogle
Good price as the second hand price for this spec seems to have rose after the initial launch people flogging them.
I couldn't get one off eBay for this price so it was a no brainer for me.
​Baaaaaa

Well aren't you a special little snowflake?
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Iphone SE 64gb Grey Brand new in sealed box - locked to EE 384.98 @ smartfonestore

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Iphone SE 64gb Grey Brand new in sealed box - says locked to EE 384.98 including delivery Not for you if you don't like iPhones etc but I can't find anywhere that gets near this price except for th…
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All oos
MrFizzy
argosextra
Bigsmoke825
I picked up a iphone 6s plus 64gb from them today on Vodafone for £500 brand new sealed.
I dropped one today but I'm not sharing it on here how embarrassing
Blimey, was it a real stinker or just loud?


I'm bursting survive me
hot because it's a lower price.
argosextra
Bigsmoke825
I picked up a iphone 6s plus 64gb from them today on Vodafone for £500 brand new sealed.
I dropped one today but I'm not sharing it on here how embarrassing
Blimey, was it a real stinker or just loud?
Bigsmoke825
I picked up a iphone 6s plus 64gb from them today on Vodafone for £500 brand new sealed.


I dropped one today but I'm not sharing it on here how embarrassing
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Brand New Apple iPhone 6S 64GB Unlocked Grey - £489.99 - Smartfonestore

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Accessories: Ships complete with original accessories. Warranty & Returns: We provide a free 10 day no quibble returns service as long as the handset is returned unopened. Brand New items ship with…
rokesh Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago25 Comments
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back in stock, can someone unexpire?
Cheaper than a Samsung how the tables have turned!
benjai
paulj48
[quote=williamj1][quote=paulj48][quote=jimbo001][quote=paulj48][quote=rokesh] .
Warranty & Returns:[b]The law says you can open and inspect the product and if you don't want it send it back for a full refund within 14 days. Retailer is saying otherwise. This is also a slightly liberal interpretation of the law. It would actually depend on why you were returning the item. The 30 day return period (not 14) is the time in which the consumer can exercise their short-term right to reject the goods. You are correct in saying that for this, it is irrelevant that the item has been opened. BUT, that right exists in relation to the goods being faulty, or not as described, or not of satisfactory quality, or as not matching a sample provided etc etc. To exercise the right, your item must therefore fall within one of the defined reasons for rejecting the goods. You are not afforded those rights in situations where you simply changed your mind about the product. It is in those situations where some retailers therefore offer you additional rights, e.g. those which offer a 'no quibble' return policy within 10 days.
The law seeks to protect consumers from faulty or fraudulent goods ONLY. Totally incorrect for items bought over the phone or on the Internet, the above is for products bought in a shop. If you buy online you can return it upto 14 days after you have handled it, have a read of the Consumer Contracts Regulations (that replace the distance selling regulations)http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/consumer-contracts-regulations
Ah, beat me to it.
If they have told you of your right in a durable medium

Edited By: zaax on Jul 07, 2016 00:00
paulj48
williamj1
paulj48
jimbo001
paulj48
rokesh
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Warranty & Returns:We provide a free 10 day no quibble returns service as long as the handset is returned unopened. Brand New items ship with a minimum 1 year manufacturer warranty from the day of activation which is claimable via the manufacturer themselves.
so a total disregard to your statutory rights under the 'Consumer Rights Act' I'd stay away from retailers who think they're above the law.
Could you elaborate please?
The law says you can open and inspect the product and if you don't want it send it back for a full refund within 14 days. Retailer is saying otherwise.
This is also a slightly liberal interpretation of the law. It would actually depend on why you were returning the item. The 30 day return period (not 14) is the time in which the consumer can exercise their short-term right to reject the goods. You are correct in saying that for this, it is irrelevant that the item has been opened. BUT, that right exists in relation to the goods being faulty, or not as described, or not of satisfactory quality, or as not matching a sample provided etc etc. To exercise the right, your item must therefore fall within one of the defined reasons for rejecting the goods. You are not afforded those rights in situations where you simply changed your mind about the product. It is in those situations where some retailers therefore offer you additional rights, e.g. those which offer a 'no quibble' return policy within 10 days.
The law seeks to protect consumers from faulty or fraudulent goods ONLY.
Totally incorrect for items bought over the phone or on the Internet, the above is for products bought in a shop. If you buy online you can return it upto 14 days after you have handled it, have a read of the Consumer Contracts Regulations (that replace the distance selling regulations)http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/consumer-contracts-regulations

If they have told you of your rights in a durable medium - a website is not durable. If not you have 3 months + 7 days to cancel
Tequila
Definitely hot,but expired now.

williamj1
paulj48
jimbo001
paulj48
rokesh
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Warranty & Returns:We provide a free 10 day no quibble returns service as long as the handset is returned unopened. Brand New items ship with a minimum 1 year manufacturer warranty from the day of activation which is claimable via the manufacturer themselves.
so a total disregard to your statutory rights under the 'Consumer Rights Act' I'd stay away from retailers who think they're above the law.
Could you elaborate please?
The law says you can open and inspect the product and if you don't want it send it back for a full refund within 14 days. Retailer is saying otherwise.
This is also a slightly liberal interpretation of the law. It would actually depend on why you were returning the item. The 30 day return period (not 14) is the time in which the consumer can exercise their short-term right to reject the goods. You are correct in saying that for this, it is irrelevant that the item has been opened. BUT, that right exists in relation to the goods being faulty, or not as described, or not of satisfactory quality, or as not matching a sample provided etc etc. To exercise the right, your item must therefore fall within one of the defined reasons for rejecting the goods. You are not afforded those rights in situations where you simply changed your mind about the product. It is in those situations where some retailers therefore offer you additional rights, e.g. those which offer a 'no quibble' return policy within 10 days.
The law seeks to protect consumers from faulty or fraudulent goods ONLY.
Your getting confused with Sale of goods act and Consumer Contracts Regulations
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LG G5 Unlocked SIM Free - Brand New In Box (Gold or Grey) Smartphone Store £369.98

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(Open box available at £344.98) £5 Quidco covers the delivery charge - starting to see this phone doing an LG and dropping substantially. Would personally go for the open box as will be as new with al…
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misterleoni
​Think you can unlock the bootloader through official channels, though it still voids the warranty.
This is a really good phone. Not sure why all the hate - it's substantially cheaper than Samsung's flagships but has a few features some may prefer - such as the option of changing the battery once it deteriorates, or getting an attachment with a huge battery.
The wide angle camera is really good for holidays, standard camera is excellent and the phone as a whole is lightning fast - snappier even than the S7. It has a better loudspeaker too. Not saying it's a better phone but in terms of which phone I personally like best..well it's not all that clear-cut - I've switched between the two a couple of times.

Spot on. I read the horror stories about 'awful' build quality,overheating,terrible screen bleed, and the suggestion that the detachable chin completely mismatches the top part. Before I ordered I checked out all the display models locally and the only issue I saw was that the outline of the antenna near the camera was just about visible through the coating.

I ordered, still thinking I'd end up sending the G5 back, but it has turned out to be perfect, aesthetically, yes the join on the back where the phone meets the chin could maybe have been finished better, but its hardly a glaring mis-design!

I find it amazing that a Phone of this spec, can be sold for this price and still attract hate, Believe it or not, if you put the G5 and the GS7 in front of me now for the same price, I'd still choose the G5 on account of it NOT being made of glass, and (IMO) having a better speaker, but at this price its a no-brainer.
Badongkadong
Has anyone else bought from this retailer before? What's your experience been like?

Brand new S7 last week. Absolutely fine.
Has anyone else bought from this retailer before? What's your experience been like?
I've got the boot loop problem and they will not fix it as the phone was bought in Australia. They want me to send it in a tracked package to Aus to fix it and send it back. Awful, clueless support. Great phone though.


Edited By: willjackson19 on Jun 29, 2016 23:32
courtneyg
sold out I'm guessing. can't find Any stock on there.

Deal link goes to page showing 30+ in stock?
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lg g5 new from 374.99 Smartfone store

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Ee and Vodafone locked version this price, 10quid more for unlocked These are new phones not used
yarkiebrown Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago51 Comments
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Is the seller reputable? Are these grey imports?
DatAlbino
sprite127594
striker33
Do you get free unlimited returns/exchanges when the build quality issues cause your brain to fart massively after paying nearly 400 quid for a botch job phone?
Not heard of this :{
This is not a botch job phone, the screen is 2560x1440, crazy good, it has 4GB of Snapdragon 820 RAM, thats double most phones and the fastest Snapdragon out there, it has 3.75Ghz of CPU power, more than a small laptop, with the latest Adreno graphics, an SD slot of up to 256GB with 32GB storage already, a 16MP and 8MP camera with laser auto focus and beauty selfie mode, superfast Bluetooth 4.2 and USB C 3.0, and a really efficient battery, plus a removable cover and several really cool gadgets.
Do your homework, specs wise this phone pretty much beats all others atm.
You wanna botch job overpriced phone? Go pay £100 to have a silver Apple on the back of it, or buy an S7 'COS ITS GLASS AND THATS COOL'
Mug.

"it has 3.75Ghz of CPU power, more than a small laptop"

Prime example of someone who has no idea how SoC's work.
They had this on contract in the Virgin shop yesterday but wouldn't sell it as a PAYG handset - they told me to go to Carphone Warehouse! The phone looked amazing...
Topper1900
seabs
http://www.xda-developers.com/the-g5s-build-quality-issues-and-misleading-marketing-take-away-from-the-merit-of-its-virtues/
Plenty of recorded issues with the build quality of the G5. Just search G5 build quality and there's many reviews and user complaints on forums about it. Sub £300 it is worth considering but not a penny over in my opinion when you can get yourself a Huawei P9 for the same price.
Avoid and wait for the G6 when hopefully they will have perfected the modular approach.

Every review I've read suggests the P9's OS is appalling, it maybe a better built phone but apparently not one you'll ever enjoy using day to day.


As with most android phones, if you don't like the OS just change it, or use a launcher.

What you can't change is the build quality and the P9 is far superior to the G5 in this respect.
sprite127594
OCP
I love(d) the G4 but the experience of having a phone die just after 6months of purchase because of a fault that LG knew about for a while but did nothing and often times denied existed is just too much of a concern to bear. The question now remains for me what if they do the same wit the G5.
Which is sad as I realllllly like the G4 and LG for that matter. :(
Ive had a G4 for quite a while now and had no issues. Im really suprised to hear about this mobo problem with them although I see LG have owned up and will repair the phone if you get the boot loop problem.
I must say the G4 is an awesome phone and having just looked around for a new phone for the Mrs i couldnt see anything that beats the G4 bang for buck so ive bought her one. It has come with a serial No. starting 51xxxxx so i think it should be fine.
Mine starts with 506xxx but like i said its worked great since ive had it from October. Just an awesome phone.

I've never had a phone go wrong on me until I got the boot loop problem with the G4. Repaired under warranty. Collected by DPD and back within 10 days. I bought an Asus 4g 5.5" from |Gearbest for £95 as I thought I was in for a long wait and I really enjoyed that and kept using it even after I got the G4 back. Now I'm back on the G4 and enjoying it. I like the G5 but don't need to constantly upgrade. I'm used to the 5.5" display now and I think I'll notice the slightly smaller screen on the G5. Not keen on the look of the G5 really but if the G4 bootloops again under warranty I'll see if I can blag a G5.

Edited By: AndyEssex on Jun 19, 2016 15:24
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can somebody tell me how reliable this website it? anyone purchased any handsets? im with op the prices here are VERY attractive but how legit?
Do Asian models fall under warranty? Spending £400+ without a realisable warranty is insane
It's models for Asia, but same phones. Works ok in Europe.
Just bought a brand newnew one from Amazon £400. I was going to post here but they sold out fast.
asm80
Cold. OK, where can I buy it cheaper please?
​SimplyElectronics £457 and it's dual sim.
These are very cheap. Are they reliable?
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Samsung Galaxy S7, Black, Unlocked - New - £519.99 @ Smartfonestore

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Only one new one available. Hopefully be useful to someone. All our brand new items ship in the original sealed box with all the original accessories.
powerful_Rogue Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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powerful_Rogue
Guessing this can be had cheaper then £519?

Click search on here and you will see. Also plenty on Amazon Marketplace cheaper.

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Guessing this can be had cheaper then £519?
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Retro phone goodie pack, Including Nokia 1100. Ideal for holidays/festivals etc - £19.99 @ Smartfonestore

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Interesting fact about the Nokia 1100 which is included:- In about five years, the 1100 sold some 250 million units, becoming not only the world's best selling phone, but the best selling consumer
powerful_Rogue Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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hmm £19.99 for a graded 1100? seems a bit steep for me and I can't think what I'd use those condoms for :D
cold not a 3310 :p (joking heat added)
My wife is on her third Nokia 1100. The last one was about £8 from eBay. I don't know that I'd pay £12 for the rest of that stuff.
Or i can buy that give the phone to one my kids as he keep braking his and ill keep the other stuff for myself
2 condoms do they guarantee I’ll get lucky? Or is it if she’ll sleep with me she’ll sleep with anyone :|
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Sony Xperia Z5 32GB in Black GRADE A unlocked to all networks £269.99 + £4.99 DELIVERY - £274.98 @ SFS

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GRADE A unlocked, not the compact version.. it is the full 5.2 inch 1080p screen version. GRADE A has always been in new condition for me from SFS. For this price, it is a bargain imo, only rele…
acer786 Avatar6m, 6d agoFound 6 months, 6 days ago37 Comments
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OOS :(
jun19
fishmaster
tawse57
SlpyD
Creative666
Thought the z5 had a 4k screen?
The ​Z5 premium has the 4k screen
IMPO none of the so-called flagship phones had decent batteries last year - they simply did not put powerful enough batteries into phones to run the chips, memory and screens for a normal long day of use IMPO.
The Samsung S7 Edge appears to be now starting to address this but, IMPO, we need 4000 sized batteries as standard in these very expensive phones. The battery technology is only just beginning to catch up. I'd rather have a very cheap phone for another 18 months until the battery side of things is sorted.
It is also going to be interesting, another 12 months from now, to see just how well the sealed battery units in the likes of the S6 have held up to day to day charging. What if we begin to see lots of failing batteries around the 18 or 24 month marks?
It's dead easy to change an S6 battery though, I have an S6 you just heat the back up and take off the rear. We do it all the time in work when replacing back cover on the phone when someone cracks it. The S6 battery life is over 1.5 days now in normal usage for me with Marshmallow, it was less than a day on Lollipop.
It's an a flawed assumption that it's hard to change the battery on phones with sealed in battery, yes some are difficult but many aren't difficult at all.
it's possible to put high capacity instead of the regular one ?

No Samsung would have done that already if they could have done. You can get battery covers which make the phone fatter, not recommended. Like this one >

http://www.amazon.co.uk/KiwiBird%C2%AE-4000mAh-Rechargeable-Extended-Battery/dp/B011Q01402/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1458587549&sr=8-5&keywords=s6+extended+battery
fishmaster
tawse57
SlpyD
Creative666
Thought the z5 had a 4k screen?
The ​Z5 premium has the 4k screen
IMPO none of the so-called flagship phones had decent batteries last year - they simply did not put powerful enough batteries into phones to run the chips, memory and screens for a normal long day of use IMPO.
The Samsung S7 Edge appears to be now starting to address this but, IMPO, we need 4000 sized batteries as standard in these very expensive phones. The battery technology is only just beginning to catch up. I'd rather have a very cheap phone for another 18 months until the battery side of things is sorted.
It is also going to be interesting, another 12 months from now, to see just how well the sealed battery units in the likes of the S6 have held up to day to day charging. What if we begin to see lots of failing batteries around the 18 or 24 month marks?
It's dead easy to change an S6 battery though, I have an S6 you just heat the back up and take off the rear. We do it all the time in work when replacing back cover on the phone when someone cracks it. The S6 battery life is over 1.5 days now in normal usage for me with Marshmallow, it was less than a day on Lollipop.
It's an a flawed assumption that it's hard to change the battery on phones with sealed in battery, yes some are difficult but many aren't difficult at all.
it's possible to put high capacity instead of the regular one ?
tawse57
SlpyD
Creative666
Thought the z5 had a 4k screen?
The ​Z5 premium has the 4k screen
IMPO none of the so-called flagship phones had decent batteries last year - they simply did not put powerful enough batteries into phones to run the chips, memory and screens for a normal long day of use IMPO.
The Samsung S7 Edge appears to be now starting to address this but, IMPO, we need 4000 sized batteries as standard in these very expensive phones. The battery technology is only just beginning to catch up. I'd rather have a very cheap phone for another 18 months until the battery side of things is sorted.
It is also going to be interesting, another 12 months from now, to see just how well the sealed battery units in the likes of the S6 have held up to day to day charging. What if we begin to see lots of failing batteries around the 18 or 24 month marks?

It's dead easy to change an S6 battery though, I have an S6 you just heat the back up and take off the rear. We do it all the time in work when replacing back cover on the phone when someone cracks it. The S6 battery life is over 1.5 days now in normal usage for me with Marshmallow, it was less than a day on Lollipop.

It's an a flawed assumption that it's hard to change the battery on phones with sealed in battery, yes some are difficult but many aren't difficult at all.

Edited By: fishmaster on Mar 21, 2016 18:26
Tunner
I still get 2-3 days use out of my Xperia Z2 which is close to 24 months old and has a sealed battery.

You are lucky. My Z2 battery was a beast when I first got it. 2 years later and battery is not great. One day use max!
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LG G4 32GB Unlocked White A+- £249.99 - Smartfonestore

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Might be useful to someone
Dancing Dave Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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Vodafone comes with there spyware junk installed
No - the Vodafone handsets are 32gb. Posting from one now.
aren't the Vodafone handsets 16GB tho? this is for 32GB
Dancing Dave
HamanBasher
Cheaper ebuyer or Vodafone new

Ebuyer = £294.99

Vodafone - £225 + £10 Top Up + Upto £10 unlock code depending on version = £245 (Plus you have Vodafone branding)


​maximum £245 with Voda branding (only when you boot up phone) or £250 for a used phone. Not really a hard decision!
Great price but I'm waiting for the LG G4 to drop to around £250 brand new. Hope it will happen soon with the G5 coming!
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Blackberry 32GB Passport Unlocked - Grade C Refurbished - £179.99 Smartfonestore

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Spotted this while browsing Unlocked Grade C has been fully tested and will be in average used condition. The product is expected to show signs of wear and the price reflects this We provide a free…
ticket1 Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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"Can't use BB NATIVE whatsapp end of 2016 on it."

I fixed it for you.
secretmsg
Can't use whatsapp end of 2016 on it.
Very true
Can't use whatsapp end of 2016 on it.
skromnia
Still very overpriced for what it is.

Using what logic? 'its a phone'?
grade c from smartfone store is the same as grade b cex
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Apple iPhone 6S 128GB - Gold - Locked to O2 / giffgaff / TESCO - Brand New £599.99 @ SmartFoneStore.co.uk

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One of the cheapest brand new 128GB 6S's i've managed to find online, especially if it's in as good nick as the last phone i bought off them which lasted me just shy of 2 years!
TomDeLaFozz Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago11 Comments
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Veedub_heaven
Out of stock but why was this voted cold?
Cheapest you can buy and surely thats what dictates if deal is hot or cold and not wether you like Apple or not?
T
Beats me, i thought it was a pretty good deal
Out of stock but why was this voted cold?

Cheapest you can buy and surely thats what dictates if deal is hot or cold and not wether you like Apple or not?

T
MadonnaProject
At first I was going to get the iphone 6S, then I didn't because I was waiting for 7 to come out. However with recent news and developments on this stuff I have come to realise what an utter monster apple has become. First my iphone 5S was rendered slower than molasses due to the latest ios update (which i was forced to do to get it to work with my apple watch). Now not only is it slow, it constantly asks, no DEMANDS that I be logged into itunes and icloud at all times, if I am not it constantly asks me to sign in over and over and over and over and over again in the middle of texts, opening apps and everything. Then this whole new debacle of phones being disabled if you get your device repaired by third party. On top of newer mac os and ios becoming buggier and bloatier to the point bloody windows seems like a lighter operating system, I am just sick of it. Whilst this is a good deal, I think my next phone will be a samsung. Which is terrible as they keep saying android is just as slow and buggy.

i was a apple guy i had the 3gs and was very happy with it then after 2 years i wanted a chnge and had a choice from iphone 5 or samsung s4 and went for samsung s4 i really enjoyed the size of the screen and quality of the omled screen i have owned the s4 till present day about 2 year but im sick of android now and really want to go back to apple because its easier to use and back up and things seems simple on apple samsung are good but you need to be ontop of it and be a tech head in my opinion for backing up saving memory deleting hidden files etc its like owning a desktop computer and you need virus app to clear all crap that online where i notice with apple i never had to worry about all of that
i might go for iphone 7 and see how things go then go for samsung s8 after that
I stayed with BB for for good 4/5 years then moved to iPhone and stayed with them for another 5/6 years now just moved to android still learning but I'm happy for not putting my credit card details in iPhone and not paying £20 for a charging cable. I never used touch sensor as I'm not comfortable giving my finger prints. Apple will come down like a blackberry if they don't change their attitude
not voting either way but I'll never go back to apple still have 5 different I phones to sell on fleebay
Any advice on how to unlock, cost etc. Thanks
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IPad Air 2 ( Brand New 16gb Cellular) £314.99 (+p+p) £319.98 Smartfonestore

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5 in stock, brand new so will have Apple Guarantee, etc
DonkeyKonk Avatar7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago15 Comments
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Iamthemills
you can get this in tesco for £319 PLUS recieve 2000 clubcard points, (£20 back) and could use them to double up in boost events.


​its 399 in tesco without cellular.
you can get this in tesco for £319 PLUS recieve 2000 clubcard points, (£20 back) and could use them to double up in boost events.
Oos
Vanderlust
vassy201187
Vanderlust
Effectively has what, 8GB storage after iOS updates and apps?
You get 11gb
Oh sweet! A whole, 11GB.
In 2016.
On a tablet.
Just let that sink in.

https://youtu.be/ESR9TgauXUI
Vanderlust
vassy201187
Vanderlust
Effectively has what, 8GB storage after iOS updates and apps?
You get 11gb
Oh sweet! A whole, 11GB.
In 2016.
On a tablet.
Just let that sink in.
Wonder y u mourn saying less storage when u get so much I cloud, Dropbox, Google drive etc support
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Apple iPhone 6S 64GB - Silver - Locked to O2 / giffgaff / TESCO - Brand New £529.99

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Accessories: Ships complete with original accessories. Warranty & Returns: We provide a free 10 day no quibble returns service as long as the handset is returned unopened. Brand New items ship with…
lalit123 Avatar8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago5 Comments
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Wild goose chase!
£5 quidco too. Hot from me
wow it's cold in here! ice ice baby!
1 in stock? C'mon! Voted cold
Saving £90. People are just voting cold because its an iphone. Have a bit of heat.
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