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Mini Octopus Style Mobile Phone Stand Flexible Tripod 8p (New Customers - paying via PayPal) w/ code @ Gearbest

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Not bad for less than 10p delivered! Suspect these will go fast. Use code 'GBENMP' to get the advertised price! :) Main Features: Portable with light weight Perfect for taking photo and convenient Read More
Not bad for less than 10p delivered! Suspect these will go fast. Use code 'GBENMP' to get the advertised price! :) Main Features: Portable with light weight Perfect for taking photo and convenient
msmyth Avatar18h, 32m agoFound 18 hours, 32 minutes ago24 Comments
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order cancelled !! :(
edd666999
alikcan
thanks just ordered 20 for about £1.50

I ordered 21.


hi5
okay now i got 20 who wants 1 for a quid muahaha
alikcan
thanks just ordered 20 for about £1.50


always one.
someone sell me one for a quid
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Samsung S7 sim free £399.00 @ Phone shop by sainsbury's

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£399.00 @ Sainsbury's Phone shop
Hot on the heels of my HTC 10 deal if you rather have a S7 then now is your chance Don't forget your nectar points Read More
Hot on the heels of my HTC 10 deal if you rather have a S7 then now is your chance Don't forget your nectar points
daydotz Avatar21h, 51m agoFound 21 hours, 51 minutes ago11 Comments
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spencer24
One plus 3T

Yeah, especially camera, right?


Yeah
spencer24
One plus 3T

Yeah, especially camera, right?
One plus 3T
so what phone would match or beat its specs for the same or lower price?

Edited By: stevem999 on Apr 27, 2017 21:49: spelling
£399 for a phone that's a year old! bargain
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21% off All Mobile Phone Accessories with voucher @ Proporta

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Apple iPhone 6 64GB Grade B Condition 12 Month Warranty - £255.00 @ smart-tradesman ebay

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£255.00 @ eBay
Just seen this on ebay, pretty competitive price think :) Read More
Just seen this on ebay, pretty competitive price think :)
g8sey Avatar1d, 1h agoFound 1 day, 1 hour ago3 Comments
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fiestasteve44
I have a six it's sooooo slow loading Facebook twitter etc even with no other apps open and only a small amount of memory used.
Obselete.
My 6+ is exactly the same. Starting to see a noticeable delay between tapping to take a photo and the photo actually saving.
Not a good deal, I bought a grade A iPhone 6 64gb 2 weeks ago for £260 from smartfonestore, it came in immaculate condition
I have a six it's sooooo slow loading Facebook twitter etc even with no other apps open and only a small amount of memory used.
Obselete.
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£10 off Up Front costs on Selected Mobile Phones with Voucher @ Mobiles.co.uk

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File Manager Pro, iOS free for limited time (usually $5) @ App Store

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Universal app - enjoy iPhone as well as iPad. Free for a limited time. File Manager Pro is the best app to download, organize and view all your files on your iPhone or iPad. It is like the Windows Read More
Universal app - enjoy iPhone as well as iPad. Free for a limited time. File Manager Pro is the best app to download, organize and view all your files on your iPhone or iPad. It is like the Windows
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4G EE Harrier Mini with Wifi Calling - £15.00 (Delivery £2.50) @ Sainsbury's Phone Shop

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£15.00 @ Sainsbury's Phone shop
EE Harrier Mini - £15 Delivery Free for Orders above £30, else £2.50 Specs 4G Screen 4.7" Android v5.1 (Lollipop) 1.2GHz Quad Core processor Storage 8 GB + micro SD Slot RAM 1 GB Rear Camer… Read More
EE Harrier Mini - £15 Delivery Free for Orders above £30, else £2.50 Specs 4G Screen 4.7" Android v5.1 (Lollipop) 1.2GHz Quad Core processor Storage 8 GB + micro SD Slot RAM 1 GB Rear Camer…
raj75 Avatar3d, 38m agoFound 3 days, 38 minutes ago18 Comments
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Thank you mine came today
bought two one off too Cex
had a brief play with the other seems like a good phone might be my 'new' one
accyuklad
cex offer £28 grade a I brought 2 to sell to cex

Brought a lot of things have you?
emodan
Oos email after placing my order

Not surprising, Sainsbury's Phone Shop do this all the time. The last 3 orders I placed with them were cancelled afterwards due to no stock.
ssjinzo
Anyway to unlock these cheaply? Cannot find it on ebay do these phone go under another name?
Harrier Mini aka Benq T47. Dunmatter, free is an acceptably low price for an unlock http://ee.co.uk/help/getting-started/joining-ee/unlocking-your-device
I did see these the other day when someone posted about the wifi thing - it was showing out of stock then thou so either they found some or an error :-(
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Missing Friend - Icky Mr. Fox - FREE Interactive Book for Kids on iOS & Android

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Great interactive story, my kids love it. Lots of words to learn. Probably best for a tablet, the words are bigger. Come along with Mr. Rabbit on an adventure to rescue his dear friend from the mis… Read More
Great interactive story, my kids love it. Lots of words to learn. Probably best for a tablet, the words are bigger. Come along with Mr. Rabbit on an adventure to rescue his dear friend from the mis…
HelloMarky Avatar3d, 1h agoFound 3 days, 1 hour ago2 Comments
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jadamso
Nice post. Should keep me...I mean my nephew busy!
Thank you! I played with it myself for a bit tbh.
Nice post. Should keep me...I mean my nephew busy!
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Samsung S8+ £45.99pm 15GB Free Phone on EE (£1,103.76 total) @ MobilePhones Direct

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Seems like an absolute bargain considering the phone comes free, I've just ordered. I'm not gonna bother with all the specs because it's all over the site. I've ordered twice with these guys and Read More
Seems like an absolute bargain considering the phone comes free, I've just ordered. I'm not gonna bother with all the specs because it's all over the site. I've ordered twice with these guys and
renojam Avatar3d, 2h agoFound 3 days, 2 hours ago16 Comments
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johnthehuman
Seems like an absolute bargain...
£1,103.76 total...oO am I on the wrong site?
What price did you see it for??
Best deal I currently see for this, no idea why so cold oO
Bargain. Just got one.
Good deal considering the price of the handset. £779 I paid direct from Samsung. Honestly the best handset I have ever owned. The screen is massive and the colours are vibrant. No bigger than my Oneplus 3T but with a 6.2" Screen. Excellent for YouTube etc or simply reading News Apps. Not everyone will spend this much for a Mobile but those who want the best without a large cash outlay will appreciate this deal.
Sky go when at work???
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Sim free HTC 10 £399.00 @ phone shop by sainsbury`s

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£399.00 @ Sainsbury's Phone shop
the HTC 10 is £399 from phoneshopbysainsbury`s currently great underated phone dont forget your nectar points Read More
the HTC 10 is £399 from phoneshopbysainsbury`s currently great underated phone dont forget your nectar points
daydotz Avatar3d, 3h agoFound 3 days, 3 hours ago71 Comments
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cantonbean
mrhavana
cantonbean
daBluone
Torn between this and graded S7 edge
Hardware is better on the S7 Edge bar the DAC. However the amount of bloatware on a Samsung phone means resetting it every 3 months and constantly being harassed. I owned and Edge but sold it. Buy this or the OnePlus 3T or iPhone. Hardware is nothing without software. HTC listened to their customers and this runs near stock android with most apps being google defaults. It even has some extra cool features like AirPlay. Shame it isn't waterproof. I've used many different versions of android and the only ones apart from stock worth it are the OnePlus variety or this phone.
I've had my S7 Edge for nearly a year and never had to reset it. I had no trouble disabling any bloatware and notifications. I only get notifications for things I want like emails, SMS, calls etc. Each to their own though. :)
Heat for a good price on a good phone still, especially for audiophiles.
If you are used to stock android or iOS you would have! Check out all the reviewers doing 6 month to 1 years reviews. They all say the same as me and it has even put some of them off the S8 (they mention it in their reviews and yes my was the Samsung chip variety). My Nexus 6 runs better then my S7 Edge (in fact it has got better with the last two android version with Doze etc). Any person who has run a Sasmung phone after using stock or very lightly tweaked android vs Samsung bloatware would be saying the same. There are some things you just can't disable if you are using the apps like S health.

I'm not saying you're wrong, just that my experience differs from yours. I've had a nexus phone and used custom ROMs on various phones so I'm familiar with stock android.

S Health is easy enough to disable in the application manager, but can't say I noticed any difference before and after disabling it. I must admit that I find it odd that anyone would complain about bloatware when they are using bloatware though. :) Disable S Health and then make comparisons with stock android, but don't complain about a phone because of a pre-installed app that can easily be turned off.

My S7 edge runs great, doesn't harass me and hasn't needed a reset. Don't get me wrong I'm no fan of bloatware, but if you have the option of disabling and silencing it then I don't think it's a big problem, especially when you have a micro SD card to expand storage if you're worried about the space it uses. I avoided the S6 for the lack of expandable storage and the Nexus phone was my biggest regret for this same reason. I ended up giving it to my wife lol.
HTC 10 used - like new - in original packaging - £398 from amazon warehouse:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B01DO2NGI8/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used&m=A2OAJ7377F756P
New HTC out imminently (was going to be called ocean which was a good name but now HTC 11 U?). So prices will drop for this everywhere...

http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/139054-htc-u-11-ocean-what-s-the-story-on-htc-s-next-flagship

The S7 Edge was 450 brand new from amazon warehouse last week... nearly went for that but decided to wait for prices to drop.

Edited By: Babbler on Apr 26, 2017 07:36
ElgyVeeten
£399 is too much for this phone. Superb DAC and SD820, that's about it. OnePlus 3t, Moto Z, Axon 7 and Huawei Note 8 are all better and cheaper.

All better and cheaper? Rubbish! Some are cheaper but according to reviewers this is the better phone. Alphr still have it as their number 1 phone.
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iPhone 7 plus 32GB £669.99 instore @ Three

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Normally £719.99 Down to £669.99 Very rare to see a current line iphone discounted at all, someone can save £50 if you was looking at buying one Three phones are unlocked Good times Read More
Normally £719.99 Down to £669.99 Very rare to see a current line iphone discounted at all, someone can save £50 if you was looking at buying one Three phones are unlocked Good times
MattBudd Avatar3d, 18h agoFound 3 days, 18 hours ago10 Comments
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Smartfonestore have 60 day warranty and all items are second hand, that's why they are cheaper.
They do have second hand sealed phones, so you can get a bargain when they have them in stock
hotish, thornfield, im waiting for that phone to come back into stock also, Iphone 7 plus 128gb in Matte Black, at Smartfonestore they had a Grade A version in for £619 but it went within 24 hours, I would rather pay £669 plus £5 postage for a sealed unlocked & plus when it comes in than the 32gb Iphone 7 plus black they have for sale currently at £619

I had an Iphone 5s 32gb up until february, had it nicked but got £429 on my insurance
thornfield
Yes! Sealed with all accessories. I just checked and they are out of stock at the moment. But I assure they do have them at £670.


Got a link?
Yes! Sealed with all accessories. I just checked and they are out of stock at the moment. But I assure they do have them at £670.
thornfield
I bought the 128gb in black of this phone for this price unlocked from smartphone store. New!


sealed?
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Universal Car Dashboard Holder Phone Stand Sucker Car Mobile Bracket £3.73 @ Banggood

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gap30 Avatar3d, 21h agoFound 3 days, 21 hours ago11 Comments
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clnsndrs
mrew42
Poundland
^This, i got this one: GripGo
from there and also Home Bargains do them too.
also got one of these for a quid. unfortunately i paid 99p too much! phone never stayed stuck to the 'sticky' bit!
With the Grip Go my phone stayed stuck to the grip- unfortunately my HTC M8 was too heavy for the suction cup on the windscreen, which let go a few times before I gave up with it!!
shalton
Sat Nav on your phone is no good with it in the glove box!
you can hear it ;)
Uridium
spend ££ hundreds on an expensive phone and then less than a fiver for a cheap wobbly holder that risks seeing it bounce around in the car.?

Just treat yourself to a Brodit proclip mount for the car and custom brodit holder for the phone, expensive yes but you'll never buy a cheap car mount again.


Got an el cheapo one from Fontab about 3 years ago. Only every fell off the windscreen once. I leave it on the windscreen permanently, never faded and plastic never gone brittle. I certainly would buy a cheap mount again even if this broke tomorrow!
clnsndrs
mrew42
Poundland

^This, i got this one:

GripGo

from there and also Home Bargains do them too.


also got one of these for a quid. unfortunately i paid 99p too much! phone never stayed stuck to the 'sticky' bit!
mrew42
Poundland

^This, i got this one:

GripGo

from there and also Home Bargains do them too.

Edited By: clnsndrs on Apr 24, 2017 18:12
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Virgin Media Vivid 100 Broadband & Phone (£30 /12mths) + £14.99 for activation. - £374.99 ** NO REFERRALS **

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Virgin Media Vivid 100 Broadband and Weekend Phone for Just £30.00 a month 12 Month Contract. If you decide to not cancel after 12 month monthly cost will be £40.00 a month. No line rental . One of p… Read More
Virgin Media Vivid 100 Broadband and Weekend Phone for Just £30.00 a month 12 Month Contract. If you decide to not cancel after 12 month monthly cost will be £40.00 a month. No line rental . One of p…
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sam1970
I have just moved to Virgin from BT (I was referred). I got the superfibre 50+ TV player bundle (not interested in it but they included it in the deal) + phone (Talk weekends) all for £15 per month. Adding to that £50 credit for being referred. PM me if you would like me to refer you for the same deal

DnbTse
anyone can help me? im a customer at virgin already anyway to get this kinda deal without leaving?

These deals are for new customers only, unfortunately existing customers aren't that lucky.
anyone can help me? im a customer at virgin already anyway to get this kinda deal without leaving?
justforme
chrisnoon74
I pay £23.5 for 100MB Virgin Broadband and line rental. We have Now TV, NetFlix and Prime throughout the house (no conventional TV). Never see any throttle apart from when I used to use my slingbox (which was upload)
I'm paying £20.00/mth for 100meg broadband, TV with tivo box and phone with line rental included. Also received £50 for signing up, so paying less than £16 per month all in (via referral). As you say too, speeds are great.
currently a virgin media customer and cant get anything like this!
sam1970
I have just moved to Virgin from BT (I was referred). I got the superfibre 50+ TV player bundle (not interested in it but they included it in the deal) + phone (Talk weekends) all for £15 per month. Adding to that £50 credit for being referred. PM me if you would like me to refer you for the same deal

Have PM'd you. Sounds interesting and something I would like to take up.
I have just moved to Virgin from BT (I was referred). I got the superfibre 50+ TV player bundle (not interested in it but they included it in the deal) + phone (Talk weekends) all for £15 per month. Adding to that £50 credit for being referred. PM me if you would like me to refer you for the same deal
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toolbox precision screwdriver £1.00 @ Poundland

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£1.00 @ PoundLand
ok its just a small screwdriver with 9 small bits but its great for the odd small job like glasses keyboards or phone repairs and the bits can be stored inside the body of the screwdriver so if you… Read More
ok its just a small screwdriver with 9 small bits but its great for the odd small job like glasses keyboards or phone repairs and the bits can be stored inside the body of the screwdriver so if you…
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Ideal for e-cig/vape users too if you build ir install your own coils in a rda/rdta
still... while not a deal in the traditional sense these things are bloody great for a quid and very handy to have knocking about the house!
got one last year, they sell sold these things in maplin also for a few pence more, though not checked recently.
I have one but it's not suitable for my watch strap (adding another link) which I hoped it would do.

The 'precision' bits aren't *that* small/precise.
Precision. I do not think that word means what you think it means...

[I actually have this and it is fine. Hot]
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Bought a 16gb iPhone 6 on o2 refresh for £177 if you are ready to wait for an unlock code and cancel the airtime plan and hope you don't get charged an ETF. Phone works great if you have never used an iPhone. Heat added anyway.
Masteryates
OrribleHarry
Expensive for a 2 year old phone with the minimum possible memory. Cold from me.

I find it crazy how a phone that only 2 year old has lost £400 in value. My mother was laughing with her Nexus 4 which only cost £239 and she sold for £60, 4 years later.


what's your point exactly?

The iPhone 6 16gb was £539 at launch, so it's lost £330 in 2.5 years which is 61% of its original value. your mother's phone has lost 75% of its value since purchase. Cheaper items usually lose less actual cost because...they're cheaper. So obviously you'll lose a lot more money selling a brand new car two years later than you'll lose selling a PS4 two years later.

in this case though the stats aren't exactly that impressive on the part of this Nexus 4, and the Nexus 4 was a pretty rubbish phone anyway, so maybe it would have been worth paying more for a better phone. Some people buy phones to enjoy them, not to worry about how much money they'll be worth in three or four years.

Either way I wouldn't buy a 16GB phone these day, but for those who would it's still a decent phone in terms of performance.

Edited By: misterleoni on Apr 24, 2017 23:35: Error
OrribleHarry
Expensive for a 2 year old phone with the minimum possible memory. Cold from me.

I find it crazy how a phone that only 2 year old has lost £400 in value. My mother was laughing with her Nexus 4 which only cost £239 and she sold for £60, 4 years later.
Expensive for a 2 year old phone with the minimum possible memory. Cold from me.
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iPhone 5S White/Silver/Black Unlocked Refurbished Good £99.99 @ Musicmagpie

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Really good deal, iPhone 5s for less than £100. Also comes with 12 months warranty. Extra £10 goes off at checkout. Read More
Really good deal, iPhone 5s for less than £100. Also comes with 12 months warranty. Extra £10 goes off at checkout.
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plewis00
eslick
plewis00
donslibi
ether707
jdrob123
£150 gets you an SE on o2 refresh. Surely it's a better deal in the long run?
Misleading as you have to go through contracts to get it.
Easy to do, having done it myself previously.
It doesn't matter - it's still a contract with a credit check and it still requires legwork. People here get told off all the time for including TCB or Quidco in prices, even if it is virtually guaranteed. O2 Refresh is not a guarantee of anything and there are plenty of horror stories to back it up and show it as a risk (that many are willing to take).
There are no horror stories if you follow the procedure and get confirmation that the contract is paid off, they even send you a letter. Full easy to follow process in misc and fir an extra £50 the SE is a no brainier over this one. To be honest no idea how it's got hot.
Well I guess all the people who followed the procedure and got defaults on their credit file, constant payments taken and inability to cancel must be lying then? If O2 wanted you to do this, they would offer you the phone for a one-off payment with no airtime. I suspect the only reason they let this happen is because it is makes their sales figures look good at little cost.
And, no, £50 more is not a no-brainer, if: you only have £100 to spend, you can't or don't want a credit check, you want a phone without hassle of speaking to customer services... just because it works for you doesn't mean it works for everyone.

£50 is a no brainier between the S and SE if you ignore the other issues, however as I said you have to follow the process hundreds of people in here have and had no issues whilst some have but that's the same in any retailer. Follow the steps, and if something goes wrong email their CEO with the details including the confirmation of cancellation and they will put it right, they have too no choice in the mattter. If you don't want the refresh process then go for the payg one £15 extra to unlock and none of the issues.
Now £130 & 2 in stock.
not a good deal anymore.
zizzles
plewis00
eslick
plewis00
donslibi
ether707
jdrob123
£150 gets you an SE on o2 refresh. Surely it's a better deal in the long run?
Misleading as you have to go through contracts to get it.
Easy to do, having done it myself previously.
It doesn't matter - it's still a contract with a credit check and it still requires legwork. People here get told off all the time for including TCB or Quidco in prices, even if it is virtually guaranteed. O2 Refresh is not a guarantee of anything and there are plenty of horror stories to back it up and show it as a risk (that many are willing to take).
There are no horror stories if you follow the procedure and get confirmation that the contract is paid off, they even send you a letter. Full easy to follow process in misc and fir an extra £50 the SE is a no brainier over this one. To be honest no idea how it's got hot.
Well I guess all the people who followed the procedure and got defaults on their credit file, constant payments taken and inability to cancel must be lying then? If O2 wanted you to do this, they would offer you the phone for a one-off payment with no airtime. I suspect the only reason they let this happen is because it is makes their sales figures look good at little cost.
And, no, £50 more is not a no-brainer, if: you only have £100 to spend, you can't or don't want a credit check, you want a phone without hassle of speaking to customer services... just because it works for you doesn't mean it works for everyone.
This person should stand for parliament. I would vote for him. This is not sarcasm.

I would love to but I'm too busy arguing with strangers on internet forums.
plewis00
eslick
plewis00
donslibi
ether707
jdrob123
£150 gets you an SE on o2 refresh. Surely it's a better deal in the long run?
Misleading as you have to go through contracts to get it.
Easy to do, having done it myself previously.
It doesn't matter - it's still a contract with a credit check and it still requires legwork. People here get told off all the time for including TCB or Quidco in prices, even if it is virtually guaranteed. O2 Refresh is not a guarantee of anything and there are plenty of horror stories to back it up and show it as a risk (that many are willing to take).
There are no horror stories if you follow the procedure and get confirmation that the contract is paid off, they even send you a letter. Full easy to follow process in misc and fir an extra £50 the SE is a no brainier over this one. To be honest no idea how it's got hot.
Well I guess all the people who followed the procedure and got defaults on their credit file, constant payments taken and inability to cancel must be lying then? If O2 wanted you to do this, they would offer you the phone for a one-off payment with no airtime. I suspect the only reason they let this happen is because it is makes their sales figures look good at little cost.
And, no, £50 more is not a no-brainer, if: you only have £100 to spend, you can't or don't want a credit check, you want a phone without hassle of speaking to customer services... just because it works for you doesn't mean it works for everyone.
This person should stand for parliament. I would vote for him. This is not sarcasm.
eslick
plewis00
donslibi
ether707
jdrob123
£150 gets you an SE on o2 refresh. Surely it's a better deal in the long run?
Misleading as you have to go through contracts to get it.
Easy to do, having done it myself previously.
It doesn't matter - it's still a contract with a credit check and it still requires legwork. People here get told off all the time for including TCB or Quidco in prices, even if it is virtually guaranteed. O2 Refresh is not a guarantee of anything and there are plenty of horror stories to back it up and show it as a risk (that many are willing to take).
There are no horror stories if you follow the procedure and get confirmation that the contract is paid off, they even send you a letter. Full easy to follow process in misc and fir an extra £50 the SE is a no brainier over this one. To be honest no idea how it's got hot.

Well I guess all the people who followed the procedure and got defaults on their credit file, constant payments taken and inability to cancel must be lying then? If O2 wanted you to do this, they would offer you the phone for a one-off payment with no airtime. I suspect the only reason they let this happen is because it is makes their sales figures look good at little cost.

And, no, £50 more is not a no-brainer, if: you only have £100 to spend, you can't or don't want a credit check, you want a phone without hassle of speaking to customer services... just because it works for you doesn't mean it works for everyone.
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Magnetic Holder Phone, Volport 360 Degree Rotatable Amazon UK £5.58 after 20% off promotion - Sold by Volport and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Placed it under "Mobiles" as there is no automotive category. Very cheap for what looks like a good holder. I have on from NoChoice which looks exactly the same but twice the price and it works a trea… Read More
Placed it under "Mobiles" as there is no automotive category. Very cheap for what looks like a good holder. I have on from NoChoice which looks exactly the same but twice the price and it works a trea…
tinky13 Avatar6d, 1h agoFound 6 days, 1 hour ago16 Comments
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Just arrived, and very well made for the price. Works a treat.
gslgregory
Actually, having reread it, it says save 20% when you buy ONE or more. Just bought and the discount didn't come off despite it saying 'Promotion Applied'. When I tried adding the code at checkout, I got the message 'The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase.' Think I'll query directly with Amazon.

Worked for me, I bought just one. Clicked on promotion and it was applied at checkout.
Actually, having reread it, it says save 20% when you buy ONE or more. Just bought and the discount didn't come off despite it saying 'Promotion Applied'. When I tried adding the code at checkout, I got the message 'The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase.' Think I'll query directly with Amazon.

Edited By: gslgregory on Apr 23, 2017 23:44: Updated
hassanomar
chavhunter
how do i get it for this price it's showing at £6.98
Click on promotion under the price then click redeem voucher then add it to your basket and it will be discounted.
Seems that you have to buy more than one to get the 20% off
More crap I don't need . Ordered. Thanks
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Alcatel Idol 4+ sim-free black- £129.00 @ Sainsbury's Phone Shop

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The new low price for Alcatel Flagship phone 2016, incl VR goggles and JBL earphones, RRP £249 Read More
The new low price for Alcatel Flagship phone 2016, incl VR goggles and JBL earphones, RRP £249
tyr Avatar6d, 16h agoFound 6 days, 16 hours ago8 Comments
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this is 3gb model
John Lewis price match works on this deal:D
A1M
I've spent the last 2.5 hours looking into this. The phone has generally received good reviews and at a higher price when it was released. I've been wanting to try VR so have gone for it.
Thanks for posting.
I searched and they say good screen , hi-fi good sound stereo speakers with JBL headphone . VR okay . Good value at this price . Should get nougat in future .


Edited By: Ajazb on Apr 23, 2017 06:53
I've spent the last 2.5 hours looking into this. The phone has generally received good reviews and at a higher price when it was released. I've been wanting to try VR so have gone for it.

Thanks for posting.
I believe the 4S was the 2016 flagship (i.e. "Vodafone Smart Platinum 7").

This is a mid range device at best, but I havent seen it cheaper
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4G EE Buzzard 2 Car Mifi - £15 (Delivery £2.50) @ Sainsbury's Phone Shop £17.50

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raj75 Avatar6d, 19h agoFound 6 days, 19 hours ago13 Comments
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TiredParent
does this work with ee only or any other network would stipl be able to use it?
As it is EE branded i am assuming it will be locked to EE, although you could probably get it unlocked
do these come with a sim or is do you need to order it separately?
does this work with ee only or any other network would stipl be able to use it?
alu355
Any advantage to this over a normal mifi plus a car charger?

Yes these switch on and off with the car so no messing around to get it going before setting off.
Website is up now
Link is http://www.phoneshopbysainsburys.co.uk/pay-as-you-go-phones/ee-buzzard-2.html

For some reason, I am not able to edit Get Deal Link.
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Apple iPhone 7 128GB Jet Black (Refurbished) £100.00 upfront £23.00 per month Unlimited Min/Txt 1GB data on Vodafone £637.00 @ Mobiles.co.uk

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Vodafone Smart First 7 Refurbished - £10 (Delivery £2.50) @ Sainsbury's Phone Shop £12.50

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dwl99
This will be awful to use - 512MG RAM, rubbish camera, woeful screen res, no storage. Not even appropriate for a kid's phone.
Display Type TFT TN capacitive touchscreen
Size 3.5 inches (~50.8% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 320 x 480 pixels (~165 ppi pixel density)
Multitouch No
Platform OS Android OS, v5.1 (Lollipop)
Chipset Spreadtrum SC7731G
CPU Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7
GPU Mali-400MP2
Memory Card slot microSD, up to 64 GB (dedicated slot)
Internal 4 GB, 512 MB RAM
Camera Primary 2 MP
Features Geo-tagging
Video [email protected]
Secondary No

Depends what you are using it for. I use mine solely as a dedicated mp3 player. Even cheap mp3 players are 3 times the price of this and don't have Bluetooth :P
Ours just arrived and the battery is missing so gonna have to return it
Following on from the cycling "BSO" fraternity, we need to start using the phrase "PSO" for "Phone Shaped Object".

;)
Perfect for home automation - load it up with Tasker, build some scenes, pop it against the wall with velcro or build a frame - use it as a lighting controller, music controller or streamer, CCTV monitor or camera - loads of possibilities!
What are sainsburys refurb phones like? Do they come with a box and accessories or is it just the handset (like O2 refresh)?
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FreedomPop SIM Mobile phone service FREE 200 minutes, 200 texts and 200MB each month (99p activation fee)

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FreedomPop advertise 200MB free data allowance, but that's pretty misleading/deceptive. Unless you have auto-topup enabled, they block your data after once you reach 180MB. So you only get 180MB free each month, not 200MB.

I do use a FreedomPop SIM (because calls are free), but there are some disadvantages:
- Call quality is generally poor, often a call connects and one person can't hear the other, or sound is choppy/delayed.
- Sometimes I have to retry calling two or three times before it connects.

If you keep in mind the disadvantages and carry another phone with a normal SIM in (to make or receive calls when the FreedomPop one doesn't work), it's OK.
I believe the service as improved recently with new software.The problem I had was people were ringing me and the calls were not being received.I understand if you pay for premium service voice you can make calls without having a data connection connected already.Freedom usage and reception may be good.
Doesn't show a 99p sim for me but is in their 4g coverage area. Only from £4.99 up.

Basic 200 FREE
Activation Fee £0.99
Trio sim card £4.99

Shipping: Standard 2 to 5 days £1.99
Due Today (VAT Included): £7.97


A bit different to 99p.

Edited By: smr1 on Apr 23, 2017 02:32
Oh, gone offline again.
FreedomPopUK
Anon32
Don't use this company! The customer sevice is awful! I asked a question and didn't even get a reply! Nearly went with them but after reading comments in here i didn't. Its just a whatsapp style service! With voice done like that! And from what i've heard You have to use their app and you'll find calls dropped etc... Why bother just use this http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/plusnet-mobile-double-everything-500-mins-1-000-texts-1gb-4g-data-great-for-low-2669892
You get real voice! And enough data to use whatsapp voice and video calling etc...
Feel free to PM me any questions you may have and I will gladly assist you.

OK please answer the points I made about what you were telling us was wrong.
My post #12 proves you were not telling giving us correct information please answer this
don't just 'run away'. Not much point answering questions if the answers are not correct.

Edited By: joyf4536 on Apr 21, 2017 21:18
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Vodafone 4G Sim Only Unlimited Minutes, Texts and 40GB of Data £24 for 12 Months With Global Roaming (£288.00) @ Vodafone Upgrade Via phone

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seriously speaking please help me out
yzr
please can someone help me get this deal as I've tried to get them myself and had no success I would appreciate someone can please help me out of here

But it's simply not true - so it's not available.


Edited By: rapid111111 on Apr 28, 2017 00:52
please can someone help me get this deal as I've tried to get them myself and had no success I would appreciate someone can please help me out of here
dealmania
dealmania
just tried this and the lowest they could do was £34 :(. I've just put in to cancel my contract.

Any ideas why I wasn't offered this?


Take that back, I just called again and got this offer, that is 40% discount!!!


can someone get it for me I am struggling to get to myself
dealmania
just tried this and the lowest they could do was £34 :(. I've just put in to cancel my contract.

Any ideas why I wasn't offered this?


Take that back, I just called again and got this offer, that is 40% discount!!!
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Personalised Phone or Sky remote Skins for £2.50 p&p @ Wrappz (Using code)

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Ok so my skin arrived within two days. The quality of the picture was very good. The skin was quite sticky which is also good. However, on try to remove the skin from the backing presents a bit of a problem. The machine they use to cut the vinyl from the backing does not fully separate the cut outs from the skin meaning you have to pick the bits out where the holes are with a stanley knife. I missed one where the led light is on the sky remote.

On my own purchase I would not consider buying again which is a shame as the skin was the right shape and fitted the remote well but the inability to remove the skin completely from the backing lets it down.
ubmaniac
Smartguy1
For £2.50 its worth a go.


There's a deal on here for a brand new sky remote from sky for £4.99 delivered.. with 1.80 cashback from Quidco. Effectively making it £3.19

That's worth a go before this


Where's that deal pls?
Smartguy1
For £2.50 its worth a go.


There's a deal on here for a brand new sky remote from sky for £4.99 delivered.. with 1.80 cashback from Quidco. Effectively making it £3.19

That's worth a go before this
Avoid, terrible company
Ordered via o2 end of February and heard nothing further other than receiving an email confirming order.
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Apple IPhone 7 32GB EE 2GB DATA, UNLTD MINS, UNLTD TEXTS £175 upfront, £20.99pm - £678.76 @ Mobiles.co.uk

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I nearly posted this deal a couple of weeks ago but there was (and still is) the problem with the app and posting! It's the cheapest deal I've seen and think it's pretty decent, heat from me
karan_soni
JumpMan1980
JohnnyUtah
Title looks great until you read the £175 upfront in your details.
Loved you in the first point break. Erm, not so keen on you in the rehash. Cold. :{
Is this not the cheapest contract for an iPhone 7 in terms of total cost? I don't understand why this is going cold?

Any Apple deal gets icy in here. I've not found anything cheaper as an overall cost. That would be the reason to vote cold - if it wasn't the cheapest deal for what you get. Don't worry about it. I'm sure whatever you post next will do way better (as long as it's not Apple).
JumpMan1980
JohnnyUtah
Title looks great until you read the £175 upfront in your details.
Loved you in the first point break. Erm, not so keen on you in the rehash. Cold. :{

Totally agree dude! Should never have been touched.

But the £175 upfront is too painfull.
Ps. Save another 15quid off the upfront handset bringing it down to £160 with code VC15OFF ;)
I saw this deal last week. Great for light users who want an IP7.
Airtime 80 quid over 2years = 3.33 pm for 2gb and unltd mins/texts. :)
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iPhone 7 32gb Free phone £36pm 30gb internet usage - uswitch.com £864.00

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No B20 here, watch out o2 users!
Essential Plan. Cold! No Hotspot and no Feel At Home .
WitnessTheFitness
Not a bad deal! I've just took on a £16 30gb sim only deal tempted to get this for the 7


was this the essential plan or advanced (advanced includes hotspot use)?
WitnessTheFitness
Hi, it's with 3. They had some deals on a while back not sure if they're still going but its worth ringing them!!


Ok , thank you
Hi, it's with 3. They had some deals on a while back not sure if they're still going but its worth ringing them!!
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Avantree Bluetooth Car Kit AUTO POWER ON Visor with Build-in Motion Sensor, Support GPS, Music, Wireless Handsfree Speakerphone for Mobile Phones - 10BS £19.99 (Prime) / £23.98 (non Prime) Sold by AvantreeDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Also it's mounted on visor and on mine one has to press the answer button. you need to look up at it distracting!!
mchu6am4
coventry1966
I have one of these not brilliant, in fact don't use it any more.
Correction an older unit.
What do you use then - any recommendations as I'm in the market for one?


I didn't bother but I agree you need something through car speakers
Thanks - read some reviews but there's some complaints about lack of voice commands... Is the this any good? https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01M626JUJ?psc=1
mchu6am4
coventry1966
I have one of these not brilliant, in fact don't use it any more.
Correction an older unit.
What do you use then - any recommendations as I'm in the market for one?

None of these are loud enough when travelling on the Mway you need one that can play the audio through your car audio system.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00OHFVHBA?th=1
coventry1966
I have one of these not brilliant, in fact don't use it any more.
Correction an older unit.
What do you use then - any recommendations as I'm in the market for one?
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Alcatel 10.16 Mobile Phone £1.99 @ Argos (£10 EE top-up Required) - Free C&C

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TheHoss
Can you not still buy via click and collect for £1.99 ? I think on previous occasions you could do this to get around having to buy £10 top up. Not sure whether that's all changed now. Or how about buying from Argos eBay store( assuming it's available)?
not available online you have to go in store so they add the £10 credit.
snowflake75
unlocked?
no but unlock code on eBay 99p.
Can you not still buy via click and collect for £1.99 ? I think on previous occasions you could do this to get around having to buy £10 top up. Not sure whether that's all changed now. Or how about buying from Argos eBay store( assuming it's available)?
Just wondering would it be better buying from carphone warehouse? ...their phones used to be sim free ....unless that has changed.
unlocked?
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SteelSeries Apex [RAW] Gaming Keyboard + Free Stratus XL Wireless Gaming Controller for iPhone, iPad and iOS £36.38 delivered @ Overclockers

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A good Keyboard from a well known company. the free controller seals the deal.
Deanidge Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago13 Comments
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Did anyone buy this deal? How do you get the controller? It's showing full price in my basket
Review on the controller https://youtu.be/Se21u9dkM-4
I bought a steel series keyboard before my current one. After a year or so a bunch of the keys started randomly registering douple presses. Also had a mouse from them where the mousewheel stiffened up until it became unusable.

Not impressed by them. Premium pricing for things that don't last.


wow cheers , will have a look.

playing FPS games, division, duex ex, rainbow six ATM. watchdogs and new sniper ghost warrior when cheap enough...
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REFURBISHED Apple iPhone 5 Locked/Unlocked various conditions - 16,32,64gb from £54.99 @ Music magpie / Ebay

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These are being added all the time it seems
Just picked up a - Good - EE - 16GB - White - £54.99
Thanks OP
zermattbusby
Anyone received a 'good' condition model?
How would you describe the actual condition please
Thanks

I recieved mine a few days ago it is a 'good' condition model. The screen is mark and scratch free; however the handest itself does have some noticeable marks but is perfectly operational.
Anyone received a 'good' condition model?
How would you describe the actual condition please
Thanks
Jaybeam
[quote=Nick3751][quote=mtuk1] Can I ask nick what is the condition like for the one you received?
Haven't recieved it yet. It should arrive some time tomorrow (Friday) or Saturday - will let you know then (assuming that they will atill be in stock).
sm-1991
If they are on ios 7 you will won't be able to download some popular apps, Skype, banking apps etc, this was the case with my fathers iphone 5, I had to manually install the apps.

Just update it to 10.3.1 then.
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jugglingandroid
use VC15OFF instead for £15 off upfront cost
Thanks Very Much X)
use VC15OFF instead for £15 off upfront cost
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BT 2700 Twin Cordless Phone with answer machine £34.99 or £27.99 with code from Ryman

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Once you've signed up to the newsletter, you'll receive an email with a numeric code which you'll need to enter at the payment stage - it worked for me
I went to the banner at the bottom of the front page put in my email address it sent me an instant email with a 4 digit code and just put that in on the checkout page
chamblacha
Just tried to order these but can't get the newsletter discount even if i click to sign up to it. How do you get the 20% off?


Once u sign up you will get an email with discount code

I just ordered
Just tried to order these but can't get the newsletter discount even if i click to sign up to it. How do you get the 20% off?
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Apple iPhone SE 128GB / 2GB Data / Unlimited Calls & Texts £35 + £20.99 a month / 24mths = £538.76 with code @ mobiles.co.uk

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Handset price up by £10...so they can offer the £10 off code for the Bank Holiday event...really!
Thank you for posting this, Chrisredmayne: much appreciated. l've placed my order, just waiting for confirmation etc. My only niggle is the £30 cashback. You have to "Send your 7th, 12th, 16th, 20th and 24th monthly bills within 60 days of the date stated on the relevant airtime bills to us and we will credit you by cheque with £6.00" Bit of a fiddle and designed, I suspect, to weed out the less motivated penny-pinchers. I mean really, crediting by cheque? That's just perverse!
swellybro
I'm toying with this or a Samsung galaxy s7. I like ios and android. Just not sure about the smaller screen on this... Hmmmm


Two hand texter phone are very uncomfortable I find babezzzzz
I have a 16gb SE, it's great but need more storage. I'm with EE and have a year left on my contract? Can I get this and have two contracts? Will they let me?
wakeywarrior
There's no comparison to a Galaxy S7. And with Android, the S7 just has the latest release and it's smoother than ever with many great new features. Top camera too.


I had an S7 for a week last week, fully intending to move back to Android after a year with the SE. The camera was amazing, beating the very decent iPhone SE hands down. Everything else was less impressive - even with 4GB of RAM, it still stuttered and lagged when scrolling through Facebook and some webpages. Seriously great hardware - but coming back to Android after 12 months away reminded me of why I finally gave in to iOS after many years last year. Just a personal opinion, by the way, and only offered in the interests of balance...
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IPhone SE 128GB version - 2GB Data, Unlimited Mins/Texts EE £40 upfront (Possible £32 back quidco), £21.99 a month £567.76 @ mobiles.co.uk

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£10 off code is BSAVE17 Seems like a decent price for an okay amount of data for the 128gb version!
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OP, never take the deal temp to heart - instead look at the number of folk happy to look past it & still vote hot - you have potentially helped that many folk (absolute minimum). The same deal posted different day/time could go hot - sad but true - idiots & sheep affect I'm afraid.
An iPhone Deal going COLD! (and SERIOUSLY COLD at that?).

Am I living in the Twilight Zone or something?, or what?, I'm guenuinely surprised?!.

The Data Plan on this may be pants?, BUT, the overall Deal as a whole is not?.

That's all I can say ...
chrisredmayne
cantonbean
I think 2GB of data is plenty for an SE. I've just bought a 7+ but was using SE. It's not really like you're going to use it to watch sky go or BT sport! Miles too small! Amazing battery though. I always got until 12pm from 6am and I use my phone a lot. By contrast my 7+ usually only lasting until 8pm and not using it that differently.

Thanks for your opinion - Not sure why its getting so cold but no comments with reasons! What other options are there for reliable small phones with good cameras?


Not many really! Probably Sony experia compact or the good but expensive pixel by Google. The S7 isn't too big either.
I think 2GB of data is plenty for an SE. I've just bought a 7+ but was using SE. It's not really like you're going to use it to watch sky go or BT sport! Miles too small! Amazing battery though. I always got until 12pm from 6am and I use my phone a lot. By contrast my 7+ usually only lasting until 8pm and not using it that differently.
cant use code as well as cashback Unfortunately says in terms on mobiles web site
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KAZAM R6 UK Unlocked Dual SIM Ruggedised / Tough / Tradesman Mobile Phone £43.99 (£47 delivered) 7dayshop

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daughter dropped her iphone down the toilet - may buy her this instead! Only one left on Amazon ....
neal
Only 3 games, I am OUT!
They are great games though.
Zelda, Mario kart and Metroid prime!
Only 3 games, I am OUT!
3G

Hot pity it is not 4G
I'd still manage to break the bloody thing some how...

How Apple Changed the Mobile Market with the iPhone

In 2007, having already revolutionized the computer and music player industries, Apple and Steve Jobs introduced the product that would come revolutionize the mobile phone industry. Initially met with contempt by competitors such as Blackberry, the original iPhone had sold 6 million units by the time it was discontinued in 2008.

iPhone: Premium Mobile Device

The original iPhone design combined the functionality of a touch screen iPod, a mobile phone and a non-WAP based mobile phone browser. These are all common place elements in today's market, so it may be hard to imagine how revolutionary the combination of these elements was for the time. Apple followed up with the iPhone 3G a year later, which brought forth high-speed connectivity and an app store that would become the standard format for almost all future app stores. The iPhone 3GS disappointed most users as it included little more than minor upgrades in performance and storage to the already existent features.

The next major upgrade would come in the shape of the iPhone 4, with a flat design, a high pixel screen and an integrated antennae upping the smartphone game stakes ahead of competitors that were slowing catching up with the next generation of mobile phone. By the time the iPhone 4S hit the market, Apple's marketing had done what it needed to make sure the public knew that the 'S' was now a standard marker for 'minor upgrade'. Thus, expectations were limited, as was disappointment in the limited number of changes on offer.

The first offering of the seventh generation saw little innovation beyond a severely slimmed-down design. The plastic-backed 5C arrived a little later as an attempt at a budget version of the iPhone 5. It was an attempt to compete with the low-cost android phones that were now common on the market at that time. Once again, the 'S' version of the seventh generation focused on upgrading the already existing features.

The iPhone 6/6 Plus and 6S/6S Plus dramatically revamped the screen size and resolution and incorporated the new iOS 8. These built on the previous generation but also saw the introduction 3D touch technology, which monitors how strongly you are pressing on the screen. This opens some interesting avenues, particularly for mobile gaming. The latest versions to date are the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus which feature an all-new 12MP camera and is resistant against dust and splash water.

Apple: Accessibility for Everyone

Compact Specifications of the Different iPhones

The First Generation iPhone

iPhone

Year introduced: 2007

Capacity: 4GB, 8GB, 16GB

Colours: Silver/Black

Size: 3.5 inches

Weight: 135g (4.8oz)

Chip: Single Core 412 MHz

Display: 480 X 320 163 ppi

Camera: 2MP

The Second Generation iPhone

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iPhone 3G



Year introduced: 2008

Capacity: 8GB, 16GB

Colours: Black, White

Size: 3.5 inches

Weight: 133g (4.69oz)

Chip: Single core, 412 MHz

Display: 320 x 480 pixels (~165 ppi pixel density) 

Camera: 2MP

The Third Generation iPhone

iPhone 3GS



Year introduced: 2009

Capacity: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB

Colours: Black, White

Size: 3.5 inches

Weight: 135g (4.76oz)

Chip: 600 MHz Cortex-A8

Display: 320 x 480 pixels (~165 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 3MP

The Fourth Generation iPhone

iPhone 4



Year introduced: 2010

Capacity: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB

Colours: Black, White

Size: 3.5 inches 

Weight: 137g (4.8oz)

Chip: A4
Display: 640 x 960 pixels (~330 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 5MP

The Fifth Generation iPhone

iPhone 4S



Year introduced: 2011

Capacity: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB

Colours: Black, White

Size: 4.5 inches

Weight: 140g (4.94oz)

Chip: A5

Display: 640 x 960 pixels (~330 ppi pixel density)
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Camera: 8MP, f/2.4, 35mm, LED flash, autofocus

The Sixth Generation iPhone

iPhone 5


Year introduced: 2012

Capacity: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB

Colours: White/Silver, Black/Slate

Size: 4 inches (~60.8% screen-to-body ratio)

Weight: 112g (3.95oz)

Chip: A6

Display: 640 x 1136 pixels (~326 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 8MP, f/2.4, 33mm, autofocus, LED flash

The Seventh Generation iPhone

iPhone 5c



Year introduced: 2013

Capacity: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB
Colours: White, Pink, Yellow, Blue, Green

Size: 4 inches

Weight: 132g

Chip: A6

Display: 640 x 1136 pixels (~326 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 8MP

iphone 5s



Year introduced: 2013

Capacity: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB

Colours: Gold, Gray, Silver

Size: 4 inches

Weight: 112g (3.95oz)

Chip: A7

Display: 640 x 1136 pixels (~326 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 8MP


The Eigth Generation iPhone

iPhone 6



Year introduced: 2014

Capacity: 16GB, 64GB, 128GB

Colours: Space Gray, Silver, Gold, Rose Gold 

Size: 4.7 inches (~65.8% screen-to-body ratio)

Weight: 129g (4.55oz)

Chip: A8

Display: 4.7-inch (diagonal), 1334 x 750-pixel resolution at 326 ppi

Camera: 8MP

iPhone 6 Plus

Year introduced: 2014

Capacity: 16GB, 64GB, 128GB

Colours: Space Gray, Silver, Gold

Size: 5.5 inches

Weight: 172g (6.07oz)

Chip: A8

Display: 1080 x 1920 pixels (~401 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 8MP, f/2.2, 29mm, phase detection autofocus

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The Ninth Generation iPhone

iPhone 6S



Year introduced: 2015

Capacity: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB

Colours: Space Gray, Silver, Gold, Rose Gold 

Size: 4.7 inches

Weight: 143g (5.04oz)

Chip: A9

Display: 750 x 1334 pixels (~326 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 12MP, f/2.2, 29mm, phase detection autofocus

iPhone 6S Plus

Year introduced: 2015

Capacity: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB

Colours: Space Gray, Silver, Gold, Rose Gold

Size: 5.5 inches

Weight: 192g (6.7 oz)

Chip: A9

Display: 1080 x 1920 pixels (~401 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 12MP, f/2.2, 29mm, phase detection autofocus

iPhone SE



Year introduced: 2016

Capacity: 16GB, 64GB

Colours: Silver, Gold, Space Gray, Rose Gold

Size: 4 inches

Weight: 113g (3.99oz)

Chip: A9

Display: 640 x 1136 pixels (~326 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 12MP, f/2.2, 29mm, phase detection autofocus

The Tenth Generation iPhone

iPhone 7



Year introduced: 2016
Capacity: 32GB, 128GB, 256GB

Colours: Rose Gold, Silver, Gold, Black, Jet Black

Size: 4.7 inches

Weight: 138g (4.87oz)

Chip: A10 Fusion

Display: 750 x 1334 pixels (~326 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 12MP, f/1.8, 28mm, phase detection autofocus

iPhone 7 Plus

Year introduced: 2016
Capacity: 32GB, 128GB, 256GB
Colours: Jet black, black, silver, gold, rose gold
Size: 6.23 x 3.07 x 0.29 inches (158.2 x 77.9 x 7.3mm)
Weight: 6.63 ounces (188g)
Chip: A10
Display: 5.5 inches (140mm) Retina HD, 1920 x 1080 pixels
Camera: 12MP

iPhone 7: Next Generation Smartphone

iPhone vs. Android: The Big Question

Is iPhone better than Android and, if so, is the difference big enough to justify the extra cost? We're going to look at a few key categories to help breakdown difference between the two.

The Apps

At this stage, there really aren't many types of apps on iPhone that can't be found in a similar form on an Android device. In addition, as Google offers more freedom and less restriction when it comes to app development for its platform, there is more to be had when it comes to Android. Yet it can be argued that this creates its own issue for Android. A great deal of Android apps are niche and appeal to only the most hard-core residents of Geek-land. In contrast, iPhone apps are designed to be easily understood by everyone and straightforward to use. Plus, developers of top apps still tend to publish their apps on iOS first.

The Performance

Viewed through a purely functional lens, there is not much difference between the performance and speed of the top Android devices like the Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge in comparison to the iPhone 7/7Plus. That said, you are still likely to experience regular jerks and hiccups in Android device performance. It may not sound like much, but when you are using an iPhone, you do notice the silky smooth fluidity. But this is, as often in life, a matter of personal taste.

Updates to the Operting System

A regular complaint for Android, but one that still makes a big difference when it comes to choosing. When a new update to iOS comes out, you will very likely have access to it on your iPhone immediately. However, with Android, it may be years before you'll see your device updated. If you are not salivating over the thought of minor and major tweaks to your current OS, this may not be too big a factor. However, if something big does come along, you may be left out of the conversation about it in the office canteen.

The Most Common Deal-breaker: iOS

iPhone users commonly quote the operating system of the handset as the main reason why they don't switch to Android. While there are few stand out features available on iOS that don't have something comparable on Android, the difference here is in usability and smooth interface, which has always been a hallmark of Apple design. Again, if you are just looking for something that works, Android will get you there. The difference is one that seems to underwrite most of the differences mentioned above; that is that the iPhone usually manages to get you there more easily, with less confusion and minimal frustration. However, it is not all smooth sailing. Examples of drawbacks for iOS include an overdependence on the use of iTunes for music purposes and the absence of a default on-board file manager.

Fast Charging

Currently, iPhones doesn´t offer a quick charge function which a lot of Android devices feature. This means you can charge your phone for the day in a really short amount of time.

Which iPhone is Right for You?

Which iPhone you should buy will depend on what you are after and what kind of smartphone user you are. The most recent generations of the iPhone are similar in many ways but each version is designed to cater to a particular user group. For instance, the iPhone 5S is perfect for those who want something with the basic iPhone features and look, but at a lower price than the larger models. The iPhone 6 is ideal for those who want something that looks like the real deal but cuts down on thickness and price by stripping away some features. The 6S boasts every top of the line feature the iPhone can deliver, but with a 4.7-inch display rather than a 5.5-inch, those who want a phone for viewing videos and serious browsing may want to look at the iPhone 6 Plus instead. The latter is iPhone's first step into the so called “phablet“ market. The iPhone 7 brings in excellent performance and longest battery life ever in an iPhone. It is furthermore resistant against splash water and dust and features a

Siri - The Voice of Apple

Many people were blown away by Siri, the voice-controlled assistant that was unveiled in 2011. While not every version contains the software, if you are looking at older generations as a possible purchase, bear in mind that the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S all contain Siri.

Pros and Cons of the iPhone

There are pros and cons to buying an iPhone that you should be aware of before considering any version of the device. Here are a few of the most important.

Locked or Unlocked Phone

Due to their significant cost, carriers that offer iPhones as part of a contract usually lock them to their network alone. You can usually get them unlocked by contacting your carrier but you will likely have to fulfil a particular criteria before they will do so. iPhones you have bought directly from Apple will usually be unlocked however it is always worthwhile checking this with the vendor in question before hand.

Problems with Batteries

There have been several high profile issues with batteries throughout the years when it comes to iPhones. You can bring it to a store to get it replaced, but in most cases it will have to be sent to the repair centre. If you are still under warranty, or the AppleCare extended warranty, it is free, but if you are outside the warranty it will cost you. If you are using an older iteration of the iPhone it may be more worthwhile putting your hard-earned cash towards a newer model.

Do iPhones Take SD-cards?

Many have criticized the absence of an SD card slot on almost all of the iPhones. However, while you can't use a card directly, you can purchase an adapter that will allow you to use a microSD card for memory expansion

Security

One of the major selling points for Mac has always been the lack of viruses designed to attack their systems. To date there are no documented cases of viruses for iOS. As time wears on this may change. However, it is certainly the case that iPhones, like other devices, can be hacked remotely. One way to lower your risk is the familiarize yourself with the kinds of hacking software that is circulating at the moment.

Functionality

Bluetooth: Though there has been debate in some forums on this point due to issues with the transfer of certain files, it is undoubtedly the case that iPhones support Bluetooth, though you do have to manually activate it in your settings.

NFC (Near Field Communication): As yet, no iPhone supports NFC functionality. Apple have instead opted for their own version called 'passbook', which relies on geolocation technology rather than the NFC chip.

Choosing a storage capacity: Choosing the right storage option will, naturally, depend on how you use your iPhone. If all you want to do is text, call and stream, 16GB version may be more than enough. However, weightier usage such as storing video, photos and hosting a large amount of apps may mean a large capacity storage is the best way to go. There are a host of device that fall in the middle of the range as well. You'll need to decide where on the spectrum you tend to fall.

Which iPhone Do I have?

Deciding which model to upgrade to means knowing which model you currently have. If you have had it for multiple years, you may have forgotten which one you have. Identifying your iPhone model is pretty straightforward. If you look on the back of your iPhone, you'll set text in the format of "Model AXXXX". Match the model number to the number located on a checker page.

Accessories to Improve the iPhone Even More

There are a massive range of accessories available for the iPhone. Which ones you will need depends on how you want to use it, but you can seriously expand the usefulness of your device by taking advantage of what is out there. For all you fitness freaks out there, the running band is a must-have. A great set of speakers will bring out the most from the music functionality. Waterproof casing is a no-brainer for obvious reasons. These are all old standards, however, there are constantly new and exciting extras being released for the device, so keep an eye out.

Cheap iPhone Deals

You can purchase iPhones from Apple directly at www.apple.com and their new iPhone upgrade program allows you to pay over 24 months, similar to carriers purchasing programs. Other major online retailers such as Mobiles.co.uk, Mobilephonesdirect.co.uk, EE or Amazon often offer cheap iPhones for sale as well. Mobile phone service carriers are still probably the cheapest way to get your hands on an iPhone, though it will come with contract stipulations.

Upgrading effectively can often be a question of timing. If you got your phone from a carrier, they will likely have a set time you need to wait before being entitled to an upgrade, so check with them to find out what this timeline is. There are also times of the year like the Black Friday, Christmas or the January Sales when electronic products are cheaper. Also, it is good to keep abreast of upcoming versions, as you might find your iPhone is obsolete by the time you get round to selling it. For instance, the rumour mill has already begun on the iPhone 8 release later this year, so if you are packing an iPhone 5 or 6, now may be a good time to start thinking about offloading it.

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