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1GB data, 500 mins, 5000 texts - 12 months sim only contract (£7.50/month, £90 total) @ Tesco Mobile

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Tesco have doubled both the 4G data allowance (from 500MB) and minutes (from 250) on this tariff. Occasionally they double the minutes on this tariff, but I haven't seen both data and minutes doubled.… Read More
Tesco have doubled both the 4G data allowance (from 500MB) and minutes (from 250) on this tariff. Occasionally they double the minutes on this tariff, but I haven't seen both data and minutes doubled.…
YolkiePolkie Avatar2d, 10h agoFound 2 days, 10 hours ago10 Comments
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-180 degrees! People seem to be missing the point of this deal, lol!
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stbk
Very good signal everywhere never had a problem anywhere, but you will get a better deal over the phone with customer services than in store !!
You mean as a new customer or contract renewal? How good a deal did you get?

Wondering this myself, I've been with tesco for an age and never got any sort of retention's deal (their signal is best where I am so have stayed despite this).
stbk
Very good signal everywhere never had a problem anywhere, but you will get a better deal over the phone with customer services than in store !!

You mean as a new customer or contract renewal? How good a deal did you get?
agneepath
Dont forget tesco xtras which will give you a discount of £3 per month.


Only on android
Very good signal everywhere never had a problem anywhere, but you will get a better deal over the phone with customer services than in store !!
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Tesco Mobile: Pay As You Go £10 Rocket Pack Half Price For 3 Months £5.00

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Most PAYG users should be able to save £15 with this deal. This bundle gives you 1GB data, 500min, 5000 texts per month. This offer is not very public, here is are the details from support: The hal… Read More
Most PAYG users should be able to save £15 with this deal. This bundle gives you 1GB data, 500min, 5000 texts per month. This offer is not very public, here is are the details from support: The hal…
zebrum Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago22 Comments
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The rocket deal at tesco mobile is £5 for 3 months then £10 thereafter. And you have to top phone up enough to pay for it every month if you want to keep it.
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bascially they said they they cant do anythign close to the £5 for me for 1gb of data and any other company that is wouldnt be making any money. I said that it isnt any other company its your company which are doing this deal and then she said PAYG are a different department so i dont know what they are offering as deals. I've got the pac codes i have three tesco sims to port over plsu another daughter, i dont understand tesco customers services logic, there all kids under 18 so im probably going to stay with them until they get their own contracts so they could have four sims with them for the next 6 years but now i've gone, well i'm going to search around see what else is out there been meaning to look anyway so this has prompted me to do something about. if i get a 1gb data thats the priority and would be good to be able to use that in europe. im with bt and i know they offer a family sim
If it helps Plusnet are doing an offer with 1Gb roaming data, 250mins and 500 texts for £5.00 on a recurring 30 day contract. Offer runs out at midnight tonight. They are a MVNO and use EE infrastructure. I have been with them for a few months and have my daughter and wife with them as well, all been okay for us so far, but YMMV, depending on where ysoundou are, EE coverage etc.Plusnet 30day SIM only plans
sounds decent to me, my youngest daughter is on a plusnet deal so makes sense to put them altogether and we are heading out to tenerife so can use the data out there which will be good

It is a good price but with a contract there is always the risk of getting billed for more charges. I did notice that Tesco monthly offer a free service to put a cap (min £1) on your monthly account to keep those to a minimum but personally I feel much safer with PAYG and a zero or small balance.

EE doesn't have coverage the places I go unfortunately.


It's a 30 day contract, so no big deal really, it's not 12 or 18 months .... and you can set a £2.00 cap, so no unexpected large bills. The default / standard cap is £10.00, so again, even if you leave it at default, your still not going to run up £100,s or £1,000's. As for EE coverage, I find it very good where I am, but that's always something you should ideally check out before taking on any mobile phone contract, or deal.
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bascially they said they they cant do anythign close to the £5 for me for 1gb of data and any other company that is wouldnt be making any money. I said that it isnt any other company its your company which are doing this deal and then she said PAYG are a different department so i dont know what they are offering as deals. I've got the pac codes i have three tesco sims to port over plsu another daughter, i dont understand tesco customers services logic, there all kids under 18 so im probably going to stay with them until they get their own contracts so they could have four sims with them for the next 6 years but now i've gone, well i'm going to search around see what else is out there been meaning to look anyway so this has prompted me to do something about. if i get a 1gb data thats the priority and would be good to be able to use that in europe. im with bt and i know they offer a family sim
If it helps Plusnet are doing an offer with 1Gb roaming data, 250mins and 500 texts for £5.00 on a recurring 30 day contract. Offer runs out at midnight tonight. They are a MVNO and use EE infrastructure. I have been with them for a few months and have my daughter and wife with them as well, all been okay for us so far, but YMMV, depending on where ysoundou are, EE coverage etc.Plusnet 30day SIM only plans
sounds decent to me, my youngest daughter is on a plusnet deal so makes sense to put them altogether and we are heading out to tenerife so can use the data out there which will be good

It is a good price but with a contract there is always the risk of getting billed for more charges. I did notice that Tesco monthly offer a free service to put a cap (min £1) on your monthly account to keep those to a minimum but personally I feel much safer with PAYG and a zero or small balance.

EE doesn't have coverage the places I go unfortunately.
rok263
essexgangsta
bascially they said they they cant do anythign close to the £5 for me for 1gb of data and any other company that is wouldnt be making any money. I said that it isnt any other company its your company which are doing this deal and then she said PAYG are a different department so i dont know what they are offering as deals. I've got the pac codes i have three tesco sims to port over plsu another daughter, i dont understand tesco customers services logic, there all kids under 18 so im probably going to stay with them until they get their own contracts so they could have four sims with them for the next 6 years but now i've gone, well i'm going to search around see what else is out there been meaning to look anyway so this has prompted me to do something about. if i get a 1gb data thats the priority and would be good to be able to use that in europe. im with bt and i know they offer a family sim
If it helps Plusnet are doing an offer with 1Gb roaming data, 250mins and 500 texts for £5.00 on a recurring 30 day contract. Offer runs out at midnight tonight. They are a MVNO and use EE infrastructure. I have been with them for a few months and have my daughter and wife with them as well, all been okay for us so far, but YMMV, depending on where ysoundou are, EE coverage etc.Plusnet 30day SIM only plans

sounds decent to me, my youngest daughter is on a plusnet deal so makes sense to put them altogether and we are heading out to tenerife so can use the data out there which will be good
essexgangsta
if i get a 1gb data thats the priority and would be good to be able to use that in europe. im with bt and i know they offer a family sim

Well, if you only need 1GB data then I'd go for a 12 month 12GB mobile broadband from three. Costs £25, so ~£2/month and also works abroad. Use a voip app and you can call for ~1-2p/min to landlines across the world (and free between the same app). It's only expensive to call mobiles and text.

This solution works fine for me as I never call anyone. I might look for something cheaper next year, though.

Edit:example link: https://www.mymemory.co.uk/3-payg-4g-trio-data-sim-pack-incl-12gb-data.html?utm_source=google_shopping

Edited By: jomay on Jul 04, 2017 22:00:
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5000 minutes/texts - 12gb 4G data - 12 months sim only contract @ Tesco Mobile £17.50 month - £210.00

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Tesco Mobile 12 Months Sim Only Contract 5000 minutes/texts 12gb 4g data £17.50 month Possible topcashback Read More
Tesco Mobile 12 Months Sim Only Contract 5000 minutes/texts 12gb 4g data £17.50 month Possible topcashback
szaman81 Avatar4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago2 Comments
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Worth noting if you have 2 Tesco mobile contracts you can get family perks and get £1 a month of each one.
one month contract cashback from tcb so on this 17.50 cashback.just done it on the £11 one tracking within 3 hours. Imagine I have to wait until after 14 days cooling off period to get it approved.
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5000 minutes - 5000 texts - 25gb 4G data - 12 months sim only contract -Add extra £3 for 30gb of 4G data @ Tesco Mobile £25.00 month

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5000 minutes 5000 texts 25gb 4G data 12 months sim only contract £25.00 a month Add extra £3 for 30gb of 4G data Possible cashback £25.25 @ https://www.topcashback.co.uk/tesco-mobile/ Tes… Read More
5000 minutes 5000 texts 25gb 4G data 12 months sim only contract £25.00 a month Add extra £3 for 30gb of 4G data Possible cashback £25.25 @ https://www.topcashback.co.uk/tesco-mobile/ Tes…
szaman81 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago7 Comments
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I have this deal but with Tesco but 6GB data, I pay £12.50 a month on a 30day contract
OpineDevine
A few months ago there were a few deals for 20/30gb a month for around £20 a month but now as I want one of those deals they seem to have dried up. Anyone have any ideas if anyone still have the deal?
Yep, as soon as i wanted one they all disappeared. I've not really found any 1 month rolling contracts worth buying. If i do find one i'll post it or someone else will i expect.
You can download the tesco mobile xtras app to take £3 off a month on this also.
Can still get better deals on all other networks - 3 gives you 30Gb data for £16, Voda less than £20.
Tesco Mobile is a decent service however & good customer service - I've been with them for 10 years & just switched a couple of weeks ago to Three.
A few months ago there were a few deals for 20/30gb a month for around £20 a month but now as I want one of those deals they seem to have dried up. Anyone have any ideas if anyone still have the deal?
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1500M - 5000T - 4GB 4G data - sim only - 12.00m contract @ Tesco Mobile

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Tesco Mobile 1500 Minutes 5000 Texts 4GB 4G data 12 months plan Sim only £12 month Possible 105% cashback on first months line rental Read More
Tesco Mobile 1500 Minutes 5000 Texts 4GB 4G data 12 months plan Sim only £12 month Possible 105% cashback on first months line rental
szaman81 Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago16 Comments
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Anon32
EE is far superior than o2! And of course it depends where you live!


Joking aren't ya EE are rubbish o2 are miles better than that crap never one problem Ive been with Tesco for 6/7 years not one problem yes the deals arent as good but the reception is brilliant I try EE cos of better deals but the reception was non existing never again Tesco/o2 all the way
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Tesco mobile use o2, who in my opinion are worse than EE by a long way.
02 are fine never had issues ever i have EE too and thats a nightmate
It will be different area by area but in my area o2 are bad, black spots everywhere, EE has great coverage.

I agree, i finally jumped from O2 because they have nothing but problems with one of the masts where i live and went to EE instead, i now get a full signal.

I think it comes down to where you live these days due to a lot of people using their phones at home a lot more.
EE is far superior than o2! And of course it depends where you live!
I get over 100mb down and about 40mb up on EE in my house. I'd say that's pretty decent.
I'm with plusnet, hubby with Tesco his signal is non existent most of the time unless near big cities! Suppose it's wherever you use or need the phone signal as to which provider you go for. Not bad deal for Tesco customers as I've noticed the o2 network are quite stingy with the allowances!
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LG G6 SIM FREE £579.00 @ TESCO

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Not for everyone but might help someone who likes LG phones. Only trying to help. https://www.tesco.com/direct/lg-g6-platinum-sim-free/659-3139.prd?source=awin&awc=7090_1493169701_0b7842f1de65bc… Read More
Not for everyone but might help someone who likes LG phones. Only trying to help. https://www.tesco.com/direct/lg-g6-platinum-sim-free/659-3139.prd?source=awin&awc=7090_1493169701_0b7842f1de65bc…
vinit Avatar3m, 1d agoFound 3 months, 1 day ago26 Comments
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From India try eBay
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Does look a nice phone even though LG have left out several things other continents have on their model, but would have to be a little cheaper for me to bite yet.
Thanks anyway.
What is different about the UK model? Also, says headphones aren't included...
No wireless charging (us only) or quad DAC (s Korea only)
No idea why they don't standardise the phone across regions.
You would think that if LG can fit it in a phone that everyone would want all those features (even if you don't use them). So we get a premium price without the top features. Like you said before, it doesn't stand a chance with the S8 at that price. I have a G3 and was looking to get the G6. Might get the V20 instead.
I was looking at the V20 as well but they don't sell it officially in UK. Never understand why.
I had the V20, amazing battery life after using it all day it would last a day and a half.
How did you get the V20? I am thinking of getting one, used to use a big phone. My next option would be S8 plus but very expensive...
Ordered mine then checked my orders showed £629. checked bank which also showed £629 so i cancelled.
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£565 for the black version.
That is locked to Tesco the black sim free is the same price £579
can you not unlock the phone for free though
Expired, no? Showing £629 as merb0786 commented..
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2000 clubcard points with a Lenovo Moto G5 from Tesco Mobile - from £14.50 a month.

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Tesco Mobile are doing a deal where you can get 2000 clubcard points (£20 off at Tesco) when you buy a Lenovo Moto G5 which starts from £14.50 a month. Read More
Tesco Mobile are doing a deal where you can get 2000 clubcard points (£20 off at Tesco) when you buy a Lenovo Moto G5 which starts from £14.50 a month.
Evieb89 Avatar3m, 2d agoFound 3 months, 2 days ago9 Comments
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anyone notice the speaker isn't loud as the old version anymore if I knew I wouldn't of brought it
No worries when they bring out a new one, you can buy one and be confident you bought another one.
anyone notice the speaker isn't loud as the old version anymore if I knew I wouldn't of brought it

Edited By: accyuklad on May 01, 2017 20:52
Its £165 payg:

https://shop.tescomobile.com/pay-as-you-go/mobile-phones/lenovo/moto+g5?deal=50307

I've heard good things about this phone, have some heat :)
you might aswell buy the phone rather then pay £14.50
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Tesco mobile 6gb data 3000 mins / 5000 texts Sim for £13.50 on O2 Network (£162.00)

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Looking to move from Giffgaff as plans no longer good deal in my opinion. If you're stuck to O2 network this offer seems like a good deal but 12 month contract. Wondering if ID mobiles 5gb 500 mins b… Read More
Looking to move from Giffgaff as plans no longer good deal in my opinion. If you're stuck to O2 network this offer seems like a good deal but 12 month contract. Wondering if ID mobiles 5gb 500 mins b…
HarpyluvZephyrus Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago3 Comments
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Thanks Anon32 will take a look. Keep reading terrible reviews about ID mobile. Wondering if should stick with Giffgaff for now. At least easy to get PAC code and no shocking bills. Saw reviews on trust pilot for ID customers who had shockproofed and capped bills still getting huge bills taken from account. Giffgaff may not be best deal but at least I know if phone gets stolen I won't be liable for huge bills. And 1 month terms gives me time to reflect
ID mobile - idmobile.co.uk by the way.....
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MOTO G5 - £16.50 per mth for 24mths (500mins/5000 Txts / 2GB Data ) Total Price £396.00 (£132 handset) @ tesco mobile

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Was looking at this GiffGaf deal for £139.99 Had a look on tesco mobile (which I am on anyway) and saw that i could upgrade to the G5 for £5.50/month (24 m contract) (HANDSET PRICE) I realise th… Read More
Was looking at this GiffGaf deal for £139.99 Had a look on tesco mobile (which I am on anyway) and saw that i could upgrade to the G5 for £5.50/month (24 m contract) (HANDSET PRICE) I realise th…
djaydearz Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago32 Comments
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Any phone over a £150 is too much.
Tesco has no call diversion function if that's important to you.
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So the price of phone and contract is £348 (£14.50 x 24) not quite so much of a bargain as it first seemed.
But you would be paying the rest roughly anyway....whatever current plan you are on.
So if you out of contract, you only effectively are paying the additional £5.50 a month.
I will ammend the title.... (posting deals really isn't worth the effort)
I am currently paying £7.50 a month, so this deal would cost me an extra £7 for 24 months which works out at £168 not £132
.........I will delete the thread....
No, just update it to include the correct price (e.g. Minimum with phone and cheapest tariff included). It's only fair - people can't include cashback in pricing, and you shouldn't gloss over the fact a 24 month contract and corresponding credit check is required. The actual tariff is mediocre as well for the cost, as there are many better SIM only plans out there.
This is exactly the reason I didn't put the minimum contract price, because for the 500mb it isn't worth it, but for the 2gb tarrif for example's + £132 for the phone, hard to find a better deal
Anyway won't be posting again!. Just not worth the agro.
Don't have a tantrum over it, just post with the same rules as everyone else. Others can't post and include cashback through Quidco/TCB in the price, so why is this any different...
And to be honest, the tariffs aren't that good - £149 for the phone and then a decent SIM only for under £10/month is better value and more flexible.
Disagree, can't find any 2Gb or more packages under £10 without resorting to dreaded EE/three networks.
And you think an MVNO of O2 is any better... honestly, every network has it's fans and critics, I would go direct with any of the big networks over any MVNO, even EE.

Tescos are brilliant though, great customer service , coverage and cheap tarrifs, I had a torrid time on EE and Three..never again.

But you're right, its personal experience, I'm sure tescos has its critics
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plewis00
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printer528
So the price of phone and contract is £348 (£14.50 x 24) not quite so much of a bargain as it first seemed.
But you would be paying the rest roughly anyway....whatever current plan you are on.
So if you out of contract, you only effectively are paying the additional £5.50 a month.
I will ammend the title.... (posting deals really isn't worth the effort)
I am currently paying £7.50 a month, so this deal would cost me an extra £7 for 24 months which works out at £168 not £132
.........I will delete the thread....
No, just update it to include the correct price (e.g. Minimum with phone and cheapest tariff included). It's only fair - people can't include cashback in pricing, and you shouldn't gloss over the fact a 24 month contract and corresponding credit check is required. The actual tariff is mediocre as well for the cost, as there are many better SIM only plans out there.
This is exactly the reason I didn't put the minimum contract price, because for the 500mb it isn't worth it, but for the 2gb tarrif for example's + £132 for the phone, hard to find a better deal
Anyway won't be posting again!. Just not worth the agro.
Don't have a tantrum over it, just post with the same rules as everyone else. Others can't post and include cashback through Quidco/TCB in the price, so why is this any different...
And to be honest, the tariffs aren't that good - £149 for the phone and then a decent SIM only for under £10/month is better value and more flexible.
Disagree, can't find any 2Gb or more packages under £10 without resorting to dreaded EE/three networks.

And you think an MVNO of O2 is any better... honestly, every network has it's fans and critics, I would go direct with any of the big networks over any MVNO, even EE.
plewis00
djaydearz
plewis00
djaydearz
printer528
djaydearz
printer528
So the price of phone and contract is £348 (£14.50 x 24) not quite so much of a bargain as it first seemed.
But you would be paying the rest roughly anyway....whatever current plan you are on.
So if you out of contract, you only effectively are paying the additional £5.50 a month.
I will ammend the title.... (posting deals really isn't worth the effort)
I am currently paying £7.50 a month, so this deal would cost me an extra £7 for 24 months which works out at £168 not £132
.........I will delete the thread....
No, just update it to include the correct price (e.g. Minimum with phone and cheapest tariff included). It's only fair - people can't include cashback in pricing, and you shouldn't gloss over the fact a 24 month contract and corresponding credit check is required. The actual tariff is mediocre as well for the cost, as there are many better SIM only plans out there.
This is exactly the reason I didn't put the minimum contract price, because for the 500mb it isn't worth it, but for the 2gb tarrif for example's + £132 for the phone, hard to find a better deal
Anyway won't be posting again!. Just not worth the agro.
Don't have a tantrum over it, just post with the same rules as everyone else. Others can't post and include cashback through Quidco/TCB in the price, so why is this any different...
And to be honest, the tariffs aren't that good - £149 for the phone and then a decent SIM only for under £10/month is better value and more flexible.

Disagree, can't find any 2Gb or more packages under £10 without resorting to dreaded EE/three networks.
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Motorola Moto G4 Black -SIM Free at Tesco Direct for £130.00

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Found this on Tesco dirct, click and collect is free and standard delivery is £3 seems to be a decent deal. Read More
Found this on Tesco dirct, click and collect is free and standard delivery is £3 seems to be a decent deal.
korny2 Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago16 Comments
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It is now £189.95! LMFAO
Jaybeam
jw73
No complaints with my g4 and I've owned it since December. Can't see the appeal of a metal backed phone like the g5. My iPad air feels cold and there is no grip to it. Just my opinion though.
Any ghost touch problems - still not decided G4 or G5


oops, only just seen this... No ghost touches at all and no problems. WiFi sometimes cut out at home, but no probs since I deleted the virgin WiFi app.
jw73
No complaints with my g4 and I've owned it since December. Can't see the appeal of a metal backed phone like the g5. My iPad air feels cold and there is no grip to it. Just my opinion though.
Any ghost touch problems - still not decided G4 or G5
No complaints with my g4 and I've owned it since December. Can't see the appeal of a metal backed phone like the g5. My iPad air feels cold and there is no grip to it. Just my opinion though.
G5 is slower than G4 even with 3gb ram compared to G4 2gb review here:
http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/review/android-smartphones/moto-g5-review-2017-3655319/
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Tesco Mobile 20gb data and 5k mins and texts and 6gb data and 3k mins and texts - £13.50 pm / 12mths £162.00

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Deals to perk up the family! Tesco sim deals 6 gb data 3000 mins 5000 texts £13.50 a month down from £18 20gb data 5000 mins 5000 texts £20 a month down from £28 Not bad deals and o2… Read More
Deals to perk up the family! Tesco sim deals 6 gb data 3000 mins 5000 texts £13.50 a month down from £18 20gb data 5000 mins 5000 texts £20 a month down from £28 Not bad deals and o2…
Anon32 Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago19 Comments
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Just by installing 'Tesco Extras' on your smart phone (Android only) you can save another £3 off the bill per month
This is on all Tesco plans
If I'm not wrong, is the tesco extra some form of advertising which you are required to click and view per day in order to get the £3 discount?
Yes its an advert appears about once a day. Easy dismissed by hitting the X button, you don't have to view it
Once a day, more like every single time you unlock your phone!
Thats a lot isn't! Would make this just £17 or £10 a month
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Just by installing 'Tesco Extras' on your smart phone (Android only) you can save another £3 off the bill per month
This is on all Tesco plans
If I'm not wrong, is the tesco extra some form of advertising which you are required to click and view per day in order to get the £3 discount?

Yes its an advert appears about once a day. Easy dismissed by hitting the X button, you don't have to view it

Once a day, more like every single time you unlock your phone!
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Cashback too on Topcashback.
Can't see any listed for SIM deals?
Deffo there its £45 cashback so two months free
That's for pay monthly contracts.
On either quidco or TCB you get cashback equalling a month but reviews saying thathat Tesco aren't paying out.
It quite clearly says pay monthly sim only! As you're paying every month then it would be pay monthly https://www.topcashback.co.uk/o2/
Thats for O2 not Tesco Mobile!
Sunday morning! You're very correct however it says one month free for a contract so i gather it will be one month free

Edited By: Anon32 on Apr 02, 2017 09:49
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Cashback too on Topcashback.
Can't see any listed for SIM deals?
Deffo there its £45 cashback so two months free
That's for pay monthly contracts.
On either quidco or TCB you get cashback equalling a month but reviews saying thathat Tesco aren't paying out.
It quite clearly says pay monthly sim only! As you're paying every month then it would be pay monthly https://www.topcashback.co.uk/o2/

Thats for O2 not Tesco Mobile!
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Samsung S7 or S7 Edge on Tesco Mobile PAYG or Pay Monthly with free gift worth up to £349

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From now until the end of March, Tesco Mobile is giving away a free gift worth up to £349 to anyone who buys a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge handset. Customers can choose from a range of a free gifts when p… Read More
From now until the end of March, Tesco Mobile is giving away a free gift worth up to £349 to anyone who buys a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge handset. Customers can choose from a range of a free gifts when p…
emmasynco Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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Can someone help me with this one im a bit dim when it comes to these things X)
If you were to buy the phone outright in the terms and conditions it says 'Pay as you go customers are not eligible to make a Claim until the first initial top-up has been purchased'
Can you just purchase the cheapest top up (£5) and then cancel after a month allowing you to go for a SIM only deal from another network? Seems on the face of it you could buy the phone, claim the gift, and sell the gift on bringing the price of the phone down? Appreciate someone's logic with this :D

Yes. but that's Pay as you go which is ridiculously priced for the phones even if you factor in the free gifts :) And separate unlocking fees on top :)
Can someone help me with this one im a bit dim when it comes to these things X)

If you were to buy the phone outright in the terms and conditions it says 'Pay as you go customers are not eligible to make a Claim until the first initial top-up has been purchased'

Can you just purchase the cheapest top up (£5) and then cancel after a month allowing you to go for a SIM only deal from another network? Seems on the face of it you could buy the phone, claim the gift, and sell the gift on bringing the price of the phone down? Appreciate someone's logic with this :D
Thanks OP but if you see the prices on the website they are ridiculous. The Galaxy s7 for around 600 sound absolutely crap even with the offer combined.

Possibly thats why its going cold
SFJnet
Hmmm, new member today? Sounds like advertising to me!
i saw it on express so posted it on here?
SFJnet
Hmmm, new member today? Sounds like advertising to me!

I doubt Tesco HQ are that devious.
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Alcatel Pixi 4 6" 4G (9001X) £65.00 on Tesco Mobile PAYG

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New price drop for 6" Alcatel Pixi 4, a premium design phablet, 16 Gb storage, 1.5Gb RAM Model, it is currently over 140 quid on Аmazon. Featuring an expansive 6-inch IPS display, the Alcatel Pixi Read More
New price drop for 6" Alcatel Pixi 4, a premium design phablet, 16 Gb storage, 1.5Gb RAM Model, it is currently over 140 quid on Аmazon. Featuring an expansive 6-inch IPS display, the Alcatel Pixi
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Intenso
Mine just arrived seems very good value and quite swift.
Looks like its going to be a £10 unlock direct from Tescos though :(
Considering the price elsewhere, that still seems a good deal, (I.e. 75 in total is still pretty cheap) but I can understand what a nuisance that can be.
Saw this phone in Asda yesterday and for the price vs size of screen, I was amazed. I want a phone to go with BT sim I now have and want big screen to enjoy the BT sport app on. This fits the bill. A bit of investigation tells me the Asda £75 one is only 3g and that this Tesco one is 4g but would need unlocking to work with BT and is currently £20 more than it was as the time of this thread. Currently £85 - still maybe the best option for me though, even if needing to pay Tesco £10 to unlock it.
It does Have 1.5 gb ram 16gb storage. there is a setting wich makes the screen look amoled also which is a bit tooo saturated for me. As performance goes... it is smooth, soo smooth i had to go and recheck the specs.. FOR THE PRICE it deffo gets 10/10. its on Marshmallow. and with a light laucher looks just like any other android
bookshifter
Does anyone know how to disable and uninstall the onetouch launcher?
In settings I cannot see the option to uninstall it. I am not the most experienced with Android so I just want to use the apps without the in-built launcher and I haven't found any solutions online.
Thanks

I just use Smart Launcher pro, I just love the way it looks...
Does anyone know how to disable and uninstall the onetouch launcher?

In settings I cannot see the option to uninstall it. I am not the most experienced with Android so I just want to use the apps without the in-built launcher and I haven't found any solutions online.

Thanks
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New Tesco Mobile perks up to 1GB or 500 mins or £2 off

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if you have 2 or more phones on same account you can each choose either one one of there benefits 500 mins anytime 500 Tesco Mobile minutes £2 a month of your bill 200 Clubcard Points Read More
if you have 2 or more phones on same account you can each choose either one one of there benefits 500 mins anytime 500 Tesco Mobile minutes £2 a month of your bill 200 Clubcard Points
MR+T Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago11 Comments
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this offer is only available for new tariffs and upgrades as I rang customer service the other day
essexgangsta
markdavey1972
Existing customers need to move to their new tariffs to benefit from the new perks. just finished an online chat. The new tariffs give me more mins for the same as I'm paying now so it's a no brainier for me.
ah ok thats makes sense, im guessing thats something that you cant do yourself.

Unfortunately not, you have to speak to their upgrades team.
markdavey1972
Existing customers need to move to their new tariffs to benefit from the new perks. just finished an online chat. The new tariffs give me more mins for the same as I'm paying now so it's a no brainier for me.
ah ok thats makes sense, im guessing thats something that you cant do yourself.
Existing customers need to move to their new tariffs to benefit from the new perks. just finished an online chat. The new tariffs give me more mins for the same as I'm paying now so it's a no brainier for me.
ive currently got my daughters and missus on tesco, my youngest daughter on the plusnet #5.00 sim and i nearly transferred over all three other phones to plusnet. cant see anyting on my account, tbh i only pay about gbp20 for all three contracts
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Buy Tesco Mobile Motorola Moto G4 Blue from our Pay as you go Phones range - Tesco - £134.00 (Free C&C)

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Moto g4 (not play or plus) at tesco £134. locked to tesco mobile but unlock code from eBay are £1.79 Black or blue Read More
Moto g4 (not play or plus) at tesco £134. locked to tesco mobile but unlock code from eBay are £1.79 Black or blue
AL1S0N Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago23 Comments
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No longer sold
I'm still loving my g4. Bought unlocked from CPW though. Finally got nougat some weeks back but no major difference in my mind.
superleeds27

Still haven't got it. Yours on the tescogb release channel? It tells you this under the settings

I suppose the Tesco phones will be updated at different times.

I didn't get mine from Tesco..... the Software Channel on it is retgb.

My OH has the Plus from Amazon and hasn't got the update yet.
Shaker
superleeds27
anyone had the Nougat update yet?
Yes updated mine a couple of days ago with no problems.

Still haven't got it. Yours on the tescogb release channel? It tells you this under the settings
superleeds27
anyone had the Nougat update yet?

Yes updated mine a couple of days ago with no problems.
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Motorola Moto G4 - £134.00 at Tesco Mobile PAYG / unlock for additional £1.70 on ebay

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I think this is the cheapest Moto G4 currently available, in black or blue only, and it needs to be unlocked (codes from eBay at around £1.70). Moto Maker website with codes has this at £149 (alr… Read More
I think this is the cheapest Moto G4 currently available, in black or blue only, and it needs to be unlocked (codes from eBay at around £1.70). Moto Maker website with codes has this at £149 (alr…
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which one should i buy Moto G4 or Huawei p8 lite 2017 or Honor 6X or Lenovo P2
£150 or £160 or £210 or £210
Over.The.Knee
McMike
old thread but updating for anyone still keeping an eye. despite two Moto g4 from Tesco and one from Argos, we had to give up due to poor call quality with this phone. SIM works fine on other phones, but kept getting disconnected during calls, making calls, voice dropouts. tried new SIM, but still the same. bought a P9 lite instead ... no issues to date. pity as it was a very good device otherwise.
I was thinking of buying the Moto G4 (from John Lewis) in the next few days, but your troubles with it have put me off!
Did you really have the same problems with all 3 handsets?
Where did you buy the P9 lite from and for how much, if you don't mind me asking?
Thanks :)
I would also suggest you research 'ghost touch' if considering the Moto G4 and definitely don't buy directly from Motorola.
McMike
old thread but updating for anyone still keeping an eye. despite two Moto g4 from Tesco and one from Argos, we had to give up due to poor call quality with this phone. SIM works fine on other phones, but kept getting disconnected during calls, making calls, voice dropouts. tried new SIM, but still the same. bought a P9 lite instead ... no issues to date. pity as it was a very good device otherwise.
Just count yourself lucky that you didn't buy directly from Motorola. They refuse to give refunds under any circumstances after 14 days - a blatant flouting of the Consumer Rights' Act.
McMike
old thread but updating for anyone still keeping an eye. despite two Moto g4 from Tesco and one from Argos, we had to give up due to poor call quality with this phone. SIM works fine on other phones, but kept getting disconnected during calls, making calls, voice dropouts. tried new SIM, but still the same. bought a P9 lite instead ... no issues to date. pity as it was a very good device otherwise.
Just count yourself lucky that you didn't buy directly from Motorola. They refuse to give refunds under any circumstances after 14 days - a blatant flouting of the Consumer Rights' Act.
yes, all 3. have seen similar reports on the lenovo forums. the Tesco models were on the TescoGB software, so we tried Argos which did update to the latest version OTA (Tesco's didn't) but still issues with calls.

Missed all the deals on the p9 lite so had to fork out £220 from Carphone warehouse for an unlocked one. Nice phone, no call issues. We're on giffgaff if that makes any difference.
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Moto E 2nd Generation, £37.50 Tesco in store!

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Great phone Quad core 1gb ram 8gb built in memory + slot for microSDHC - up to 32 GB resolution 960x540 4.5 inches screen great battery 5 megapixel camera From personal experience, very du… Read More
Great phone Quad core 1gb ram 8gb built in memory + slot for microSDHC - up to 32 GB resolution 960x540 4.5 inches screen great battery 5 megapixel camera From personal experience, very du…
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BungalowBill
Tafkawac
The only restriction is that the AR mode doesn't work, turn it off and the game is fully playable.

Fully playable. Apart from the AR mode. So... not fully playable then :|


noone uses the AR mode as its easier to catch em all with it turned off
Tafkawac
The only restriction is that the AR mode doesn't work, turn it off and the game is fully playable.

Fully playable. Apart from the AR mode. So... not fully playable then :|
BungalowBill
mrsusan74
BungalowBill
My son had this as a hand-me-down, but couldn't play Pokémon Go as no gyroscope. No camera flash either. But 4G and can be updated to Marshmallow so good for this price.
Sideload the Pokemon go apk and your fine. Gps is great but lags a lot with the game. Getting rid of mine as any updates for stock apps fills up the space and declares low space. Now looking for a nice chinese phone round £100.
We did side load it. Doesn't mean you can use it properly - the gyroscope is fundamental to the Pokémon app.


The only restriction is that the AR mode doesn't work, turn it off and the game is fully playable.
Source: I have one!
mrsusan74
BungalowBill
My son had this as a hand-me-down, but couldn't play Pokémon Go as no gyroscope. No camera flash either. But 4G and can be updated to Marshmallow so good for this price.
Sideload the Pokemon go apk and your fine. Gps is great but lags a lot with the game. Getting rid of mine as any updates for stock apps fills up the space and declares low space. Now looking for a nice chinese phone round £100.


We did side load it. Doesn't mean you can use it properly - the gyroscope is fundamental to the Pokémon app.
Highly recommended,
I use mine daily as a works phone number.
To avoid drop out of important calls I reboot one a day.

My main phone is iPhone 6.

No stock in my area, looks like its limited, and store specific.

Great if you can find one.
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Tesco Mobile 20GB for £20 is back! 5k mins, 5k texts! £20PM - £240.00

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Tesco Mobile £20 for 20GB is back instore and online! https://shop.tescomobile.com/ 5000 minutes 5000 texts 20GB data Fully tetherable Works with any unlocked phone or tablet 12 month co… Read More
Tesco Mobile £20 for 20GB is back instore and online! https://shop.tescomobile.com/ 5000 minutes 5000 texts 20GB data Fully tetherable Works with any unlocked phone or tablet 12 month co…
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Evouk
MR T
virgin mobile £15 deal beats this so cold from me
It might at the moment but VM will put the price up in July so it might not be such a deal. Been with tesco for several years now and not one increase on my current tariff.

Won't all networks put their bills up due to RPI in July, tho?


No; Tesco Mobile have a price promise in their contracts!
Any ideas how long these 'Super SIM' deals might hang around for?
You can only obtain it by asking at the phoneshop, as the webpage only works on set MAC addresses
Splashmo
Evouk
MR T
virgin mobile £15 deal beats this so cold from me
It might at the moment but VM will put the price up in July so it might not be such a deal. Been with tesco for several years now and not one increase on my current tariff.
Won't all networks put their bills up due to RPI in July, tho?
Well in the time I've been with tesco I've never had a increase at all.
Evouk
MR T
virgin mobile £15 deal beats this so cold from me
It might at the moment but VM will put the price up in July so it might not be such a deal. Been with tesco for several years now and not one increase on my current tariff.

Won't all networks put their bills up due to RPI in July, tho?
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various mobile phone covers only 50p @ Tesco Harrow

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Various mobile phone covers for only 50p in Harrow Tescos. Saw iphone 4/5/6 and some Samsung galaxy ones. Box located near the Tesco mobile shop. Read More
Various mobile phone covers for only 50p in Harrow Tescos. Saw iphone 4/5/6 and some Samsung galaxy ones. Box located near the Tesco mobile shop.
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Bikertov
Good to know if you are local to Harrow - and OP made it clear it is a specific store. So that make it hot for me.


It could be national as they could be getting rid of stock but I didn't want to say and send people on a goose chase!
Good to know if you are local to Harrow - and OP made it clear it is a specific store. So that make it hot for me.
nraja
Why cold? :(
I don't get it either oO seems like a good lil bargain to me :3
Why cold? :(
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Tesco Mobile Lenovo A Plus White £39.00 Tesco Direct (Free C&C)

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£39.00 down from £49.00 Android 5.1, easy to use and worth the money Read More
£39.00 down from £49.00 Android 5.1, easy to use and worth the money
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OK, so why was he banned, anyone know?
little_green
confused by the heat this phone is getting.
In memory of OP who is no longer with us.
confused by the heat this phone is getting.
My G4 Dual sim isn't locked, so i assume the same applies to this one.
Since its dual sim, will it actually be locked?

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Tesco Mobile is an offshoot of Tesco, one of the UK’s largest supermarket retailers. Tesco itself traces its history back to 1919, when Jack Cohen started a humble market stall. Nowadays, the company runs almost 7,000 stores across the UK and Europe, with a turnover of £54 billion.

Tesco Mobile emerged as a separate business in 2003, when Tesco started a partnership with O2 to provide mobile coverage across the UK. Since then, the firm has expanded into Ireland and Eastern Europe, and offers a 99% coverage rate across the country thanks to its continuing partnership with O2.

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However, if you are just shopping for mobile phone tariffs or equipment, it’s probably more convenient to order online at tescomobile.com, where you’ll be able to browse all the company’s products and easily compare deals at your own pace.

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Making a purchase from the Tesco Mobile online store should be quick and easy. All you need to do is add the right products to your shopping basket, then select the tariff you’d like to use. You can add extra data when you sign up or at a later date, choose to cap your bill if you are worried about overusing your phone and then checkout.

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Tesco Mobile constantly offer reductions on their mobile phone services, and they can be found as soon as they are announced at the Tesco Mobile HotUKDeals listings. However, you could also try bookmarking the Special Offers section of their online store, which provides monthly deals on all kinds of phone and contract.

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Keep track of Tesco Mobile tariff changes, perks and new phone models by following the company on their numerous social media channels. Options include:

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As you’d expect from a leading mobile phone company, Tesco Mobile have a slick, user-friendly app. It’s a useful tool, enabling you to buy new services, check upgrade options, alter or request perks, manage your ClubCard points and much more. You can download it for both iPhones and Android devices.

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    Dumers Lane
    Radcliffe, BL9 9QL
    United Kingdom

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