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Google Play Store || Magme - Icon Pack

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£0.00 @ Google play
Another one of those Icon Packs, although I actually like this one.. Read More
Another one of those Icon Packs, although I actually like this one..
Unknown_Variable Avatar1h, 57m agoFound 1 hour, 57 minutes agoAdd Comment
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[Official Store] DOOGEE X5 Max Pro Smartphone, Android 6.0 4G SIM-Free Unlocked Cell Phones - 5 Inch HD IPS Display - 2GB RAM+16GB ROM - 5.0MP+8.0MP Camera - 4000mAh Fingerprint Mobile Phone - Black £68.99 @ Amazon

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£68.99 @ Amazon
16 gig 2gig ram, Big battery, finger print reader for under 70 quid seems decent enough. Read More
16 gig 2gig ram, Big battery, finger print reader for under 70 quid seems decent enough.
korny2 Avatar4h, 53m agoFound 4 hours, 53 minutes ago9 Comments
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The Doogee Mi Mix looks interesting

http://www.doogeemobile.com/doogee-mix.html
PulisOut
Love my doogee, 45 min charge, 7 days to next charge. Had it for nearly 2years now.

Is it really that good? :O
I hate my doogee X5 pro, the memory for apps is too small so if I have Amazon app and a dozen others that's it. Also the camera is complete pants. Having said that, for the money is the best you can get, it's just I want too much for my pennies!
I have Doogee Y100 Pro. Also had mine for 2 years. Fantastic quality and value. Doogee is a reputable brand. Never had any issues with Malware (regularly scan with Malwarebytes and Kaspersky). Anyone who rubbishes non mainstream brands is a phone snob. People at work have endless problems with their £300-£400 iPhones and Samsung's - I have had none with the Doogee.
Love my doogee, 45 min charge, 7 days to next charge. Had it for nearly 2years now.
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Lyca Mobile UK PLAN ULTRA 15GB 4g Unlimited mins & texts £12.00 30 days

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£12.00 @ Lycamobile
Seen this advertised, 15GB 4g, unlimited min and texts plus 100 mins international minutes. I'm thinking of using more as a bargaining tool with my existing provider rather than swapping. Hope it help… Read More
Seen this advertised, 15GB 4g, unlimited min and texts plus 100 mins international minutes. I'm thinking of using more as a bargaining tool with my existing provider rather than swapping. Hope it help…
rakshai Avatar5h, 9m agoFound 5 hours, 9 minutes ago4 Comments
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Rolling 30 day I assume. I called EE, they offered me 15GB, unlimited mins n texts, EE MAX package, 12 months BT SPORT free. £15.99 a month. I asked for my PAC no. What are your guys thoughts?


that's the deal that was on a few months back. Just ask for PAC and wait for them to phone you with a better deal
Is it this price for only the first month?

Edited By: kencol on May 23, 2017 19:30: Typo
Rolling 30 day I assume. I called EE, they offered me 15GB, unlimited mins n texts, EE MAX package, 12 months BT SPORT free. £15.99 a month. I asked for my PAC no. What are your guys thoughts?
30 days only at this price...not the best customer service
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LycaMobile 0.10p - 1000 Mins UK Calls, 2 GB Data, 100 International Mins, Unlimited UK Text - New Customers 30 Days

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£0.10 @ Lycamobile
Was Looking around for good mobile deals. Found this deal for new customers. Valid for 30 days for 10p First 1000 Customers Only Code: PLAN10P At Lycamobile, we’re dedicated to offering you the bes… Read More
Was Looking around for good mobile deals. Found this deal for new customers. Valid for 30 days for 10p First 1000 Customers Only Code: PLAN10P At Lycamobile, we’re dedicated to offering you the bes…
londonbargainer Avatar9h, 28m agoFound 9 hours, 28 minutes ago4 Comments
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Good luck contacting this lot if you have a problem....i ordered 3 weeks ago and still not connected although i've had sim for over 2 weeks
Crossbow
This company gets terrible reviews - view pathetic score of 0.3 on 10 at: https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.lycamobile.co.uk

Have a look at the sites favourite John Lewis and then decide what you think of trust pilots reviews.
Just one month at this price.
This company gets terrible reviews - view pathetic score of 0.3 on 10 at: https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.lycamobile.co.uk
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3 Three Mobile Wifi Dongle 1GB £4.00 instore @ Asda (Liverpool)

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£4.00 @ Asda Mobile
Was in the clearance section with 1gb data sim aswell shows down from £14 but think its around £30 liverpool Brook road asda think its great value for £4 Read More
Was in the clearance section with 1gb data sim aswell shows down from £14 but think its around £30 liverpool Brook road asda think its great value for £4
tharinduasanka Avatar14h, 3m agoFound 14 hours, 3 minutes ago11 Comments
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Bear in mind they are the older 3G standard not 4G, so speed will be somewhat limited.
paulandpam1
tharinduasanka
ajil
Any stock left?
there was one left, but the guy at the till asked me where i found it, surely he must have ran down to get it
So you've posted a deal knowing that there is no stock, Very helpful


its all about grabbing if its there, there could be more,
tharinduasanka
ajil
Any stock left?
there was one left, but the guy at the till asked me where i found it, surely he must have ran down to get it
So you've posted a deal knowing that there is no stock, Very helpful
aspiemike
Is that break road you mean


yes, breck road
myintranet
Anyone knows if it's unlocked?


its not unlocked, but codes are cheap on ebay
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Apple iPhone 7 32GB Sim Free Unlocked Mobile (4 Colour options) £569.89 Delvd @ Costco

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£569.89 @ costco
iPhone 7 unlocked SIM Free 32GB in 4 Colour options EDIT - Black seems to be OOS Read More
iPhone 7 unlocked SIM Free 32GB in 4 Colour options EDIT - Black seems to be OOS
kartikbhatia Avatar15h, 29m agoFound 15 hours, 29 minutes ago1 Comment
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Not bad, couldn't live without my 7+ though, need big screen
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Mobile SIM Only - 1000 minutes, 1000 texts, and 1GB data plan on Three's 4G network - MVNO 'The Peoples Operator' £3.99/month (monthly rolling contract) - uswitch.com

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£3.99 @ uSwitch
1000 minutes, 1000 texts, and 1GB data plan at £3.99/month - utilises the 3 network and pretty awesome no-brainer at less than £48/annum. Alternatively there's the unlimited minutes, unlimited text… Read More
1000 minutes, 1000 texts, and 1GB data plan at £3.99/month - utilises the 3 network and pretty awesome no-brainer at less than £48/annum. Alternatively there's the unlimited minutes, unlimited text…
jvalentine888 Avatar17h, 11m agoFound 17 hours, 11 minutes ago40 Comments
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Threes coverage is crap, cant even get a signal indoors so without the calls over wifi app (intouch) this will be extremely unreliable. Too bad its not a network on the EE signal.
my missis was with these they increased her contract by almost 90% 2 months after joining customer service dreadful as well
aLV426
iwashere2000
snoopy18
iwashere2000
poor settings to set up
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I can not set up Direct debit.
says wrong information was entered somewhere.
has anyone managed to set it up. i have used 2 bank accounts
I went ahead and set it up fine - seemed too good a deal to pass up, even if there where extra steps involved...
Of course I checked Quidco after I signed up! :( I lost out there, typical!


iv rung them up and i was told to use laptop instead of mobile which i tried 2 hours on.
worked perfect.

thank you op for listing this deal, i have now left iD mobile for same price but much more internet and minutes
not the Postoffice though is it
anyone know the minimum over spend limit you can set?
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iD Mobile (Three) 30 day 2000m/5000txt/3GB (Rollover) £8.00

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£8.00 @ uSwitch
1500 minutes more than the ID Mobile website plans, only via Uswitch. iD GoTo plans - Data Rollover lets you roll over unused data to the next month. Quidco £5, TopCashback £5.25. Read More
1500 minutes more than the ID Mobile website plans, only via Uswitch. iD GoTo plans - Data Rollover lets you roll over unused data to the next month. Quidco £5, TopCashback £5.25.
seaniboy Avatar1d, 2h agoFound 1 day, 2 hours ago16 Comments
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seaniboy
aLV426
£8 seems the new price point for these SIM deals! I like, just got a text informing me my new handset is to be delivered (that stupid JLdeal - I went for the Sainsburys one in the end). So I need to be sure what SIM deal to go for, I guess switching will cost me an unlock fee (around £2).
Does anyone have experience with this deal - what if I don't bother topping up the next month, is it the usual 6 months cut off? As in your number remains valid for 6 months and you can continue to receive calls?
Heat added btw, thanks for sharing OP!
It's a 30 day contract sim, not payg top ups :) Well unless you change to ID Mobile payg after your first 30 days, which will probably need 30 days notice of transfer to their payg service?.
Thanks for the reply - I am feeling stupid now - 30 day contract, does that mean after 30 days if I don't pay I can't receive calls?
aLV426
£8 seems the new price point for these SIM deals! I like, just got a text informing me my new handset is to be delivered (that stupid JLdeal - I went for the Sainsburys one in the end). So I need to be sure what SIM deal to go for, I guess switching will cost me an unlock fee (around £2).
Does anyone have experience with this deal - what if I don't bother topping up the next month, is it the usual 6 months cut off? As in your number remains valid for 6 months and you can continue to receive calls?
Heat added btw, thanks for sharing OP!
It's a 30 day contract sim, not payg top ups :) Well unless you change to ID Mobile payg after your first 30 days, which will probably need 30 days notice of transfer to their payg service?.
Just ordered TPO sim using Three, I need a Three signal ASAP (thanks Plusnet!!) and ID Mobile have not even emailed confirmation receipt about the order. TPO confirmed order by email within 1 second.

This is a great deal I posted but if time is of the essence be prepared to wait even for order confirmation :(
dalmate
Does anyone know if ID Mobile will start free EU roaming from 15th June?
It's a EU Directive, so yes.
gam3
thanks for posting. I went with this, fed up with no signal from virgin.
No worries, I'm fed up with no incoming anything with Plusnet!
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Humble Epic Platformers Bundle - 76p - Humble Bundle Mobile

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£0.76 @ Humblebundle.com
Pay what you want! Devious Dungeon Devious Dungeon 2 Eggggg - The Platform Puker Pay more than the average of $4.35 (about £3.34) to also unlock! Gunbrick RunGunJumpGun R Read More
Pay what you want! Devious Dungeon Devious Dungeon 2 Eggggg - The Platform Puker Pay more than the average of $4.35 (about £3.34) to also unlock! Gunbrick RunGunJumpGun R
BuzzDuraband Avatar1d, 4h agoFound 1 day, 4 hours ago8 Comments
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bankbandit
Shame Never Alone isn't the edition that's made for Android TV. Is anyone able to confirm that the top tier three games Never Alone, Brothers, and Limbo will install and run on a Shield TV anyway?
Never alone is the touch screen version I'm fairly sure... Brothers seems to be specifically designed for touch too. Limbo should work, you may just need a mouse for initial menu screen or google games sign in on shield.
Shame Never Alone isn't the edition that's made for Android TV. Is anyone able to confirm that the top tier three games Never Alone, Brothers, and Limbo will install and run on a Shield TV anyway?
bboy71
Kais
Does anyone know what the 4 different download options for Brothers TotS on the app is for? What is the difference?
https://support.humblebundle.com/hc/en-us/articles/115003664707

Thank you kindly.
Some great games there but you really need a controller to play a platformer properly.
Kais
Does anyone know what the 4 different download options for Brothers TotS on the app is for? What is the difference?
https://support.humblebundle.com/hc/en-us/articles/115003664707
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Maze Blade Mobile Phone £76.83 gearbest.com

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£76.83 @ GearBest
Show some love towards the Maze Blade, mostly because if its really distinctive design compared to dozens of other Chinese smartphones. Well, now you can this pretty phone at 30% off with the coupon y… Read More
Show some love towards the Maze Blade, mostly because if its really distinctive design compared to dozens of other Chinese smartphones. Well, now you can this pretty phone at 30% off with the coupon y…
graemereid Avatar1d, 9h agoFound 1 day, 9 hours ago8 Comments
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THE BEZELS!!!!!!!
Can't find any reviews looks good though.
Looks good. The camera even has OIS
Crossbow
Not bad, 4G B20 also supported.


thanks for adding 4g info I forgot and this was my first post
Never heard of the manufacturer but can't argue at the price - heat!
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Clearance Music, Sports and Mobile Accessories *Toxic Deal* Asda

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£0.00 @ George (Asda George)
Hi Guys, Bear with me while I upload a few photos of what I found in the Moss Side (Manchester) branch of Asda. There's too many deals to post individually so please take a moment to decide if you… Read More
Hi Guys, Bear with me while I upload a few photos of what I found in the Moss Side (Manchester) branch of Asda. There's too many deals to post individually so please take a moment to decide if you…
Workaholic Avatar3d, 3h agoFound 3 days, 3 hours ago9 Comments
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Great thread , but the prices seem average to me and can be bought in poundland , ebay etc at these "sale" prices ?
vassy1
Can't this be linked to the already posted ASDA toxic sale??
Appreciate your efforts in taking pictures and sharing in HUKD.

Possibly, but the comments seem to have dried up there so not sure it's been looked at much (4 days ago it was posted if I remember right.)
The ones posted that I've seen I've added comments on where I've seen as well to help those hunting for particular deals
funkeymunkey
You basically made 100+ deals into 1, just shows what you can do with a good camera/phone

Yes that was the point - saves me spending even more time sharing...
You basically have 100+ put into 1, just shows what you can do with a good camera/phone

Edited By: funkeymunkey on May 20, 2017 20:28
Can't this be linked to the already posted ASDA toxic sale??
Appreciate your efforts in taking pictures and sharing in HUKD.
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mobile phone power bank reduced to £4.00 instore @ Asda

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£4.00 @ George (Asda George)
kit power bank mobile phone charger reduced to £4 from £15 at Asda, found in altrincham but also saw in another Asda today for the same price Read More
kit power bank mobile phone charger reduced to £4 from £15 at Asda, found in altrincham but also saw in another Asda today for the same price
katbaggy Avatar4d, 1h agoFound 4 days, 1 hour ago1 Comment
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These are good thanks op
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Global Version Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Qualcomm 3GB 32GB Mobile Phone Snapdragon 625 Octa Core 13MP Fingerprint £112.89 aliexpress / Xiaomi MC Store

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£112.89 @ Ali Express
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 - Cracking phone with amazing battery life and the all important SAM (Band) 20 Price is based on store voucher which knocks £1.57 off and Gold colour (Black and Grey also availab… Read More
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 - Cracking phone with amazing battery life and the all important SAM (Band) 20 Price is based on store voucher which knocks £1.57 off and Gold colour (Black and Grey also availab…
colgrigson Avatar4d, 11h agoFound 4 days, 11 hours ago220 Comments
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Grohller
Recieved mine today.
Screen is impressive, build quality too. Camera is better than I thought so I'll probably keep for now, but yet to try a night shot.
Can't seem to modify icon sizes or use widgets with muiu. Can't get rid of or hide unwanted stock apps... unless someone knows how?
Reasonably happy so far.
For Widgets, hold your finger on the screen for a few seconds and some options appear at the bottom, one of them is widgets.
For any unwanted apps, either I deleted of stuck in a "other" folder... Hope this helps?
Daltone
damadgeruk
Daltone
All these Xiaomi phones pickle my brain.
All I want is something with as big a screen and battery as possible for about £150. Anyone got any suggestions? I don't care about the camera, it needs to do 4G, wifi hotspot, a bit of storage would be nice.
I actually am using a Blu Life Mark I got for cheap after crushing my iphone. It is actually ok, I just want something I don't have to remember to charge every twenty mins.
3GB /32GB Xiaomi mi max can be had for around £150. It's 6.44" with snapdragon 650 though no band 20 on any mi max.
Thanks :)
Is that a big problem if I am on Vodafone - I see they do 800Mhz and 2600Mhz, or am I going to loose a load of coverage?
I am on Voda and have no issues with coverage compared to my P9. 4G is about the same I would say.
Grohller
Recieved mine today.
Screen is impressive, build quality too. Camera is better than I thought so I'll probably keep for now, but yet to try a night shot.
Can't seem to modify icon sizes or use widgets with muiu. Can't get rid of or hide unwanted stock apps... unless someone knows how?
Reasonably happy so far.

Use Nova launcher.
Everything you could possibly want to do with the look and feel can be achieved with Nova.
The wifes Note4 landed today.

The phone itself is awesome. An obvious upgrade on my Note3. Better screen, better camera and better build quality.

The bundled screen protector and case are utter turd though.

Absolute bargain...
Recieved mine today.

Screen is impressive, build quality too. Camera is better than I thought so I'll probably keep for now, but yet to try a night shot.

Can't seem to modify icon sizes or use widgets with muiu. Can't get rid of or hide unwanted stock apps... unless someone knows how?

Reasonably happy so far.
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Seagate Wireless Plus 2TB Portable Mobile with built-in WiFi £64.91 @ Amazon prime exclusive

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£64.91 @ Amazon
Ok this is bargain... Considering most hard drives at this price dont have wireless capabilities. Reduced from £120 Read More
Ok this is bargain... Considering most hard drives at this price dont have wireless capabilities. Reduced from £120
roloboy Avatar4d, 12h agoFound 4 days, 12 hours ago25 Comments
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mrtrana
Ahhh man missed this

"Only 1 left in stock--order soon"
I have had mine for 4 years and it's still going strong, very good for travelling. Battery is pretty poor but I have a power bank to keep it going if need be but it's normally always powered by the mains when I use it at home or when away with work.
Ahhh man missed this
bought one and sold it on a year ago plonker has been pestering me ever since.good price though but dont sell it on.

Edited By: malm on May 19, 2017 12:54
now about £125
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB Black 24month 5GB EE mobiles.co.uk - £35 upfront with code + £27.99pcm / £706.76 total @ uSwitch

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£706.76 @ uSwitch
£35 upfront (code vc15off) Unlimited minutes Unlimited texts 5GB data £27.99 per month Read More
£35 upfront (code vc15off) Unlimited minutes Unlimited texts 5GB data £27.99 per month
duraysa Avatar4d, 13h agoFound 4 days, 13 hours ago5 Comments
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Good deal
Ross81
Same price on Three without the £35 upfront and you get a tenner cash back and it's 8gb data via Mobilephones Direct
Which is great for those that don't care about the network. For me, Three has terrible coverage both at home and at work, so I would never get it no matter how good of a deal they were offering.
Same price on Three without the £35 upfront and you get a tenner cash back and it's 8gb data via Mobilephones Direct
barnehurst
Considering its £25 a month elsewhere, this is going Arctic
Do tell.
Considering its £25 a month elsewhere, this is going Arctic
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Samsung S7 EE 2GB data Unlim mins Unlim txt £50.00 (£35 with voucher) upfront £22.99 Per m/2 years £585.00 total @ Mobiles.co.uk

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£585.00 @ Mobiles.co.uk
£600 - £15 off with voucher code VC15OFF = £585 You can also get a further £45 off from Quidco. https://www.mobiles.co.uk/samsung-phones Read More
£600 - £15 off with voucher code VC15OFF = £585 You can also get a further £45 off from Quidco. https://www.mobiles.co.uk/samsung-phones
Sammyfoxy Avatar4d, 15h agoFound 4 days, 15 hours ago4 Comments
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tcyjohnny
Thanks OP, am tempted at this price.
Does anyone have any dealings with mobiles.co.uk? Do they sell grey import phones?

No, they are owned by by Carphone Warehouse and are usually cheaper.
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Thanks OP, am tempted at this price.
Does anyone have any dealings with mobiles.co.uk? Do they sell grey import phones?


Edited By: tcyjohnny on May 20, 2017 15:14
barnehurst
Best current S7 deal ?

I believe so, but as ever, idiots will downvote it, while upvoting deals £100 more expensive simply because they have a little more data.

Edited By: Sammyfoxy on May 20, 2017 14:50
Best current S7 deal ?
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Golla mobile bag but gadget bag ideal for photographers £1.90 @ Poundland

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£1.90 @ PoundLand
Golla was born out of Finnish passion for design and innovation. These bags have attitude and evolving style! Golla continues to invent creative and unique carrying solutions for your device with acut… Read More
Golla was born out of Finnish passion for design and innovation. These bags have attitude and evolving style! Golla continues to invent creative and unique carrying solutions for your device with acut…
cabstar Avatar5d, 6h agoFound 5 days, 6 hours ago6 Comments
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Gollywood
celticprince
Great deal OP, heat added.
I was looking in Onepoundninetyland, but couldn't see it......
Did you try OnePound90World?

Damn, always forget OPNW.........:|
You would have to be one small photographer to fit in one of these! Ha
celticprince
Great deal OP, heat added.

I was looking in Onepoundninetyland, but couldn't see it......


Did you try OnePound90World?
Great deal OP, heat added.

I was looking in Onepoundninetyland, but couldn't see it......
bobby-gg
Got one today at my local poundland, but they were only a £1.00 in mine not £1.90.
Bargain ;)
Oops typo should have been a pound too
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Three SIMO Contract: 8GB, 600 minutes, unlimited texts = £7.42 after Cashback (£12pcm full price / Total £144.00) @ Topcashback exclusive

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£144.00 @ Topcashback
TopCashback are currently offering some great deals for Three (much better than I found their cancellations office will negotiate to). The deal listed for 30GB at 12.16 p/m is all good, but too much d… Read More
TopCashback are currently offering some great deals for Three (much better than I found their cancellations office will negotiate to). The deal listed for 30GB at 12.16 p/m is all good, but too much d…
EddyBrek Avatar5d, 6h agoFound 5 days, 6 hours ago3 Comments
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topcashback become unreliable recently had a cashback get confirmed for payment then back to pending
HankHandsome
Just bear in mind there's a 6 month minimum waiting period for a decision from TCB.

Good point there Hank; my main question regarding cashback is tracking and payment reliability though, not payout time.
Just bear in mind there's a 6 month minimum waiting period for a decision from TCB.
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EE Retentions Deal £20.99 30gb 4G Max data, Ultd Minutes and Texts, Free BT Sport

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£20.99 @ EE
My first deal post here so go easy on me! Just phoned EE to cancel my Sim only contract and request my PAC code. I was ready to jump across to 3 mobile for the £18 a month 30gb deal. EE offer… Read More
My first deal post here so go easy on me! Just phoned EE to cancel my Sim only contract and request my PAC code. I was ready to jump across to 3 mobile for the £18 a month 30gb deal. EE offer…
Supern4dZ Avatar5d, 13h agoFound 5 days, 13 hours ago30 Comments
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PowerPantsPete
ShahAli21
Yeah they offered me this. They also offered me S8 plus upfront cost of £19.99 with 10GB data unlimited minutes and texts for £35.49


Hi, are you in/out of contract or new customer? Cheers


I'm up for upgrade and I said I want to cancel my contract which ends 15th of June. I get a call from some other EE department which is after retention and offered me this deal. I'm still thinking if I should go for this S8 plus 24 months contract or the 12 months sim only deal.
Lol - just called EE and got nowhere near prices quoted here - £250 upfront, £52 per month etc etc
ShahAli21
Yeah they offered me this. They also offered me S8 plus upfront cost of £19.99 with 10GB data unlimited minutes and texts for £35.49

How long was the contract for? I am due an upgrade at end of this month and am tempted by this deal.
This is good, I like my 14.50 32 deal. Still voting hot as this includes minutes
destix
Trending
My cousin just rang now and they gave him this deal within two minutes. Hot


I got this deal yesterday, although I got 33gb of data, also it was £24.99 for me, but works out as £20.99 after my second line discount


I was also only 2 months into a 12 month sim only deal I got with retentions in March, was surprised they let me move to this.
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BT Mobile: 6GB data + unlimited BT WiFi, minutes and texts = £12.00pm + £90 Amazon - effectively £4.50pm (£5 extra for non-BT Broadband customers)

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£12.00 @ BT Mobile
Normally BT Mobile SIMs don't offer great value for those who don't already have BT Broadband, but in this case - with a £3 discount offer - they seem to be breaking the status quo, and of course it's… Read More
Normally BT Mobile SIMs don't offer great value for those who don't already have BT Broadband, but in this case - with a £3 discount offer - they seem to be breaking the status quo, and of course it's…
Khairul Avatar5d, 22h agoFound 5 days, 22 hours ago88 Comments
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EXPIRE OR AMMEND THE GIFT CARD TO £75
carlos777uk
mat2090
carlos777uk
Would be great deal if they did smart capping; I don't trust my kids not to go over even if I set a limit on their mobiles.
Does anyone know if BT offer this service?
I set mine to the lowest £5 limit but would prefer £0 limit
Ah £5? Seems the norm which is what makes Plusnet so attractive still at £2 (or £1 if you were with them when they were Life Mobile)! Thanks for replying.
EE OFFER £0 Cap
Spakkle
chipsnbeanz
Spakkle
JumpMan1980
If you can wait, wait. Two weeks ago it was 20gb for 16 plus the £100 Amazon/ iTunes - it will comes around again
I ordered the BT Infinity yesterday (£200 mastercard and quidco) and now want to take the BT Mobile, but its asking for my Account Number, which I dont yet have, so I am hoping you are right ;)
Hi applied for the same infinity deal yesterday too £100 cashback plus £200 mastercard. If you install the BT app to your mobile phone and type in your BT ID (the email address you signed up with) along with the password you created at time of signing - It will show you your BT account number so you can apply for this mobile deal. :)
Thank you so much for taking time to reply. I have just done this but it says "sorry, we are unable to log you in as there is no account linked to this BT ID" ;(
You're welcome. Oh, it worked ok for me. Not sure why it hasn't for you :(
75£GiftCard...
BenderRodriguez
No decent data roaming packages available, crap for anyone spending holidays in Europe.
From 1st June BT MOBILE will Offer roaming off your sim plan. Just like Three do. I was told.
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£70 TCB so £12.16 p/m - 30gb Data - 600 Minutes - Unltd Texts - Three Mobile - Total Cost £216.00 before cashback / £146 after

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£216.00 @ Three
Three Advanced Plan Currently at discount to £18 per month with TCB offering £70 cashback bringing equivalent price down to from £216 to £146 Works out at £12.17 per month 30gb Data - 600 Minutes… Read More
Three Advanced Plan Currently at discount to £18 per month with TCB offering £70 cashback bringing equivalent price down to from £216 to £146 Works out at £12.17 per month 30gb Data - 600 Minutes…
supermandem Avatar6d, 2h agoFound 6 days, 2 hours ago53 Comments
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rhodyate
ihatebingo
It's a fat deal and I'm hot but ee blows Hutchinson telecom's out of the water.ill wait for a stonking ee max deal thanks :p
I rang EE for a deal today and they said Tuesday next week they will have some new special offers, I suppose I'll wait until then :D
well, lets hope there are some good deals from ee tomorrow (sure they'll be posted) because i'm desperate for something similar without all the tcb or voucher deducting nonsense.
adrians8
Guys if I've opted for this deal 3 weeks ago would I still get cash back?if yes then how to do it?never used a cash back before. Thanks.

Nope mate, got to go through the link provided by the cashback website where they then track your purchase and pay out. The cashback sites only get paid by the provider if you go through their referral link, so won't pay out a portion to you cause you haven't made them any money.
Guys if I've opted for this deal 3 weeks ago would I still get cash back?if yes then how to do it?never used a cash back before. Thanks.
Well I have been with three for years and thinking of leaving as in the Newcastle area I am getting speeds of 0.19 download and 0.54 upload. I have complained for 2 months about it and they keep saying there working on the problem. I never had such slow speeds in the 9 years I have been with three but now you can not use the data at certain times of the day because of slow slow speeds.

sick of it now.



Edited By: meridiusuk on May 21, 2017 09:27
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rhodyate
ihatebingo
rhodyate
ihatebingo
It's a fat deal and I'm hot but ee blows Hutchinson telecom's out of the water.ill wait for a stonking ee max deal thanks :p
I rang EE for a deal today and they said Tuesday next week they will have some new special offers, I suppose I'll wait until then :D
I'm with 02 just tested it getting like 21meg which isn't bad but with ee max which is up to 90 realisticly I might get double this.
Hopefully there will be some really good EE deals for us on Tuesday, I must admit the speeds on EE are really fast. I'm only getting 34mbps download speed and 14mbps upload with B.T mobile.
2 of my mates get 60mbps+ on EE and on occasion they get between 70mbps and 85mbps.:D
What do you do on your phone that needs 60mbps+?

Tethering hotspot to download on my MacBook when I'm on the road.
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Sky Mobile Swap24 Free iPhone 5S 16GB with £13 for 1GB, £18 for 3GB, £23 for 5GB with free Unlimited Calls & Minutes

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theres a worse plan than this check out ee where you get a new phone every year.not only do you get grossly overcharged when you want to get the new handset you have to give them your old handset aswell plans are about 60a month do these idiot companys think were prawns or something
eslick
ihatebingo
these a holes wouldnt give me a contract however there happy enough taking 53 pounds of me every month for my sky.when my renewal is due there gonna get the same response get fxxxxd
Lucky escape then. Make sure once you are out of contract you get your own back and get up to 75% discount and account credit. See misc thread for most up to date offers.
will do thanks eslick
30 month contract for an end-of-life phone?
What the heck are they smoking?
Was watching the gadget show the other week, guy trying to tell us how these were amazing deals, unbelievable.

Edited By: eslick on May 18, 2017 07:29: z
ihatebingo
these a holes wouldnt give me a contract however there happy enough taking 53 pounds of me every month for my sky.when my renewal is due there gonna get the same response get fxxxxd

Lucky escape then. Make sure once you are out of contract you get your own back and get up to 75% discount and account credit. See misc thread for most up to date offers.
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Apple iPhone 6 16GB (Perfectly Fine) O2 PAYG £189.99

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£189 for a 16GB
£312 for a 64GB
WTF !
I was on contract
coolcraig999
are these locked to o2?


I got my iPhone unlocked within 24 hours.
shanraja
MacGyverUS
DracUK
Yes.
but can be unlocked for free by O2 team
not on payg

£15 to unlock on PAYG
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Lego Batman The Bat mobile 70905 reduced to clear - £26.12 instore @ Tesco (Toxteth)

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I checked Sheffield and they were full price. Asked a member of staff who checked on a work iPhone which I quite liked. Still full price though.
I saw lots in Tesco Dover!!
So this is a Toxteth sale? Thought all the deals posted were for Asda...

... I'll get my coat
Matholwch
cocollino
Store specific. Just saw a lot of them for £47 and the purple jokers car for £37
Did you price check? In Cardiff, selective Large Lego sets were halved in price, but the full price stickers were still showing on the shelves, which is the reason that they weren't shifting.
The reductions were nationwide - Krennic's Shuttle £35, U-Wing £37.50.

Although you should always price check, Lego does tend to be store specific in Tesco. Sometimes, certain sets of stores can have the same discounts, but not all of them.
cocollino
Store specific. Just saw a lot of them for £47 and the purple jokers car for £37

What store was this in? Ill check.
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2500Mins, Unlimited Text, 4GB 4G data and free virgin call for £8.00/Month sim only 30 days rolling @ Virgin Mobile

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I am paying £9 month with virgin for 5000 minutes unlimited text and 6gb 4g data and 3gb rollover 4g data if I don't get use all my data
Over phone.... yes it's 12 month contract...
den169
is it a 12 month contract.


Does say in the description "only 30 days rolling"
is it a 12 month contract.
online or over phone??????

and how did you manage to get it
any ideas please
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Plusnet Mobile £8.50 a month for 3.5GB of data, 2500 minutes & unlimited texts. SIM only 1 month

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Been on the phone to Virgin for over an hour now, as I type. I started off by quoting this deal. '£10' was the answer. No thanks, please can I have a PAC code (no idea what that means) and proceed to cancel my D/D. 'Hold on, I'll check with my supervisor.' More music. 'Hello. Would you like to buy a handset?' Nope. Another extended conversation with 'sales', you've come through to the wrong department.
More music.
Retentions. After 1hr and 13 mins. (I was going to give up after 20 mins or so, but became stubborn and pig headed.) I must have repeatedly said 'No' to everything they offered compared to the deal quoted by the OP. a million times. Ok, give me a little leeway.
Turns out Virgin monthly sim only can roll over their unused data. Never knew that. I questioned it as I never use much data and he said ' you need the new sim.' Is it just me or not? Sky make a big thing over this. I've never had the option. Anyway, they're sending a new 4G sim, same deal for £9, with £6 credit. The 'roll over' is brand new to me. Be worth checking if you can get it. Or, maybe I'm so old this is not news. Hey ho.

Thanks OP.
rash
Wtf 'tethering allowed'??? I'm paying for 3.5GB of data, how i use it is my business, this practice should be banned!
Ofcon - the office of conservative big telco business, shareholders need to eat too!
Wtf 'tethering allowed'??? I'm paying for 3.5GB of data, how i use it is my business, this practice should be banned!
good deal, however absolutely zero signal in Ripley Derbyshire, called an hour after receiving my sim and was on hold forb15 mins, can't cancel straight away as have to wit till pac has gone through. they did say I can cancel and will receive money back
Pink.pixie
I have used plusnet for broadband and phone for years so decided to move to them for one of the advertised good deals on mobile. I've been with them 2 months now and had major issues, for one week no-one could call me and never had voicemail in 2 months! They've escalated it and it's now going to ombudsman as fed up of waiting for them to sort it.
They took over another mobile provider called Lifemobile to set up plusnet so it's obviously an issue to do with their systems and run separately to the broadband side of things.
Hoping this will get resolved and they've said when it is they will offer me compensation and blaming it on a porting no. across issue but whilst I'm sure I'm in the 1% who don't have a successful port, thought I'd just let others know in case they're porting a no. that there is also a chance you could have the same experience as me.
no signal issues though, just voicemail doesn't work at all

Thanks . Sorry to hear your story.
These are British companies worse than the bazaar in Africa. I had similar issues with BT and was shocked that I had to deal with many Indian names who just could not explain why I had no phone line .I fear other retired people get this awful treatment. So sorry.
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Mobile phones at asda instore from £2.00

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Just picked up
2 x lg Leon £21 each
3 x smart 6 vodaphone £6 each

Cheers op!


hiya sorry to bother you however are you up for selling me one of the £6 ones for my father in law atal? thank you in advance xx
amarone82
Huawei y3 £9
Huawei y5 £20
Huawei y6 £12
Vodafone Smart prime 6 £26
Doro £4
Alcatel £2
there was a lots more left in shop yesterday, even don't know what kind of phones. It was behind the till.


hiya sorry to bother you however did u buy them all? if so would u look at selling one for the father in law atal? he lost his yesterday. thanks x
hi guys is anyone on here selling any of the phones they have? just my missus father lost his phone on the bus yesterday on his way to his other daughters. however he cannot work aw the up to date phones and just prefers a simple one with a camera. so anyone able to offer me any of there's for a fab price please? thank you all in advance xx
Which stores have these been picked up from? Can anyone confirm I there is anything in Dunstable?
Just picked up
2 x lg Leon £21 each
3 x smart 6 vodaphone £6 each

Cheers op!
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£7 off SIMs when taken with a Broadband Bundle (£5 for 2GB Total £60) @ Virgin Media

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bpcampbell
I tried to get deal as a Virginmedia customer, wouldn't budge.


I had to go through few departments. initially selected option looking to leave who then put me through to sales. sales team said only for new connections. asked to speak to a manager as thought this unfair to treat loyal customers different. put me through to loyalty/ customer relations who did it straight away
I tried to get deal as a Virginmedia customer, wouldn't budge.
spoke to customer relations/loyalty team who said available to existing customers and upgraded my deal
mushroome
robodan918
Is this only when you sign up for a bundle or is it for existing customers too
not too sure - doesn't seem to say online. Worth calling to ask? (I'm not an existing customer)
Will do thanks
robodan918
Is this only when you sign up for a bundle or is it for existing customers too

not too sure - doesn't seem to say online. Worth calling to ask? (I'm not an existing customer)
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ASDA Mobile - Free Additional 2GB Data Monthly With Any Bundle From £5.00

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Does this mean if we sign up before june 27th it will keep on adding 2gb data each month after then or does the 2gb only get added until june 27 and then gone ?
After the 27th June the offer ends and you will not get anymore free data so basically if you join now it's for a month only.

It is actually for two months. You can sign up now and get a month, then pay again before June 27 and get another month.
you are a bit late with this...
ADSA's got 4G data at last! Bless.
Thanks thought it was too good to be true
mackem1966
Does this mean if we sign up before june 27th it will keep on adding 2gb data each month after then or does the 2gb only get added until june 27 and then gone ?
After the 27th June the offer ends and you will not get anymore free data so basically if you join now it's for a month only.
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iD Mobile 250 mins, 1.5gb 4g data and 5,000 texts £5.00 one month rolling contract

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hassanomar
iDmobile
hassanomar

I cancelled my contract within 14 days and didn't use the sim. They then created a false charge of £1.80 and never informed me. Months down the line, I then got refused finance as I had outstanding payments on my credit file. Phone call after phone call got nowhere lots and lots of broken promises to fix. I had to do a dispute on equifax to finally clear my record 2 months after. All over their incompetence. Read plenty of other threads I'm not alone. Beware of these cowboys.
Hi hassanomar, its unfortunate that you had this experience, for any returns within 14 days you would only be charged for the service your received which is why the bill of £1.80 would have been produced. Normally this would have been taken by direct debit however if the direct debit was cancelled before the account was cleared, it would remain outstanding.

Please don't pretend to be bothered about it now - I rang your company no less than 50times and never got a resolution. Your CS is terrible. There was no use of the sim and the person on the phone when cancelling confirmed to me at the time when I rang that there was no outstanding balance. Even if there was, you have the opportunity to inform me by call / text / letter / email - did you do any of these? No! Just screwed up my credit with a completely fictitious charge and as a result my house purchase fell through. The fact that I'm not alone which is even more representative of what a terrible company you are.

Hi hassanomar, we are sorry to hear that your experience with our Customer Service Team was not great. We aim to provide a first-class service to all of our customers and if you did not receive this, we would like to apologise. If you would like us to feed your comments back to our Customer Service Team Managers, please drop us a message on Facebook and we can do so.

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paulandpam1
I was nearly going to go for this deal until I read the Trust pilot reviews
with page after page of disgruntled customers.https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.idmobile.co.uk?page=7
It may only be a Fiver a month but I'm not becoming another 'victim' of theirs.

Hi paulandpam1,

We know that Trustpilot shows a negative opinon however, most UK networks have the same sort of posts and scores, this doesn't represent all the customers.

We work to help any customer who has a problem, so please do not be put off and feel free to get in touch on Facebook or Twitter.

facebook.com/idmobileuk
twitter.com/id_mobile_uk
I was nearly going to go for this deal until I read the Trust pilot reviews
with page after page of disgruntled customers.
https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.idmobile.co.uk?page=7
It may only be a Fiver a month but I'm not becoming another 'victim' of theirs.
iDmobile
hassanomar

I cancelled my contract within 14 days and didn't use the sim. They then created a false charge of £1.80 and never informed me. Months down the line, I then got refused finance as I had outstanding payments on my credit file. Phone call after phone call got nowhere lots and lots of broken promises to fix. I had to do a dispute on equifax to finally clear my record 2 months after. All over their incompetence. Read plenty of other threads I'm not alone. Beware of these cowboys.

Hi hassanomar, its unfortunate that you had this experience, for any returns within 14 days you would only be charged for the service your received which is why the bill of £1.80 would have been produced. Normally this would have been taken by direct debit however if the direct debit was cancelled before the account was cleared, it would remain outstanding.


Please don't pretend to be bothered about it now - I rang your company no less than 50times and never got a resolution. Your CS is terrible. There was no use of the sim and the person on the phone when cancelling confirmed to me at the time when I rang that there was no outstanding balance. Even if there was, you have the opportunity to inform me by call / text / letter / email - did you do any of these? No! Just screwed up my credit with a completely fictitious charge and as a result my house purchase fell through. The fact that I'm not alone which is even more representative of what a terrible company you are.
hassanomar

I cancelled my contract within 14 days and didn't use the sim. They then created a false charge of £1.80 and never informed me. Months down the line, I then got refused finance as I had outstanding payments on my credit file. Phone call after phone call got nowhere lots and lots of broken promises to fix. I had to do a dispute on equifax to finally clear my record 2 months after. All over their incompetence. Read plenty of other threads I'm not alone. Beware of these cowboys.

Hi hassanomar, its unfortunate that you had this experience, for any returns within 14 days you would only be charged for the service your received which is why the bill of £1.80 would have been produced. Normally this would have been taken by direct debit however if the direct debit was cancelled before the account was cleared, it would remain outstanding.
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Samsung s7 edge unlimited texts and minutes and 8gb data £28 p/m for 24 months Total £672.00 @ Affordable mobiles

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the service from 3 is absolutely garbage, customer service is crap they can't even put the right add on, on when you request it . customer service is crap and the signal is pathetic
t0m
how do you find the 3 network? I want to get away from the shocking Vodafone coverage and tempted by EE. Will I be disappointed on 3?


Been with them 12 years never had a problem, guess you need a bit of luck where you live for a good signal but it works for me
I've been with 3 for 12 yrs now, never had any problems with signal or customer services, guess I'm lucky where I live always had good signal
jase.2
Would love to find a similar deal on any network but 3 .........nothing elses gets remotely close

You and me both mate!

Yet to find or be offered a deal that beats 3. Not a fan of 3 so I'm dragging my feet...but I've already received my PAC code and about 3 weeks b4 it expires.
Heat added but I need Vodafone because of the Ireland extra offer so have to keep an eye open for good deal with them. thanks
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus only £719.00 with Voucher S8PLUSVOUCH40 mobiles.co.uk

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Little tip... There was a Very discount code (20% off) for any purchases (some exclusions) which expired on the 14th of may ( came in a letter in the post to those who didnt make purchases for a while on their accounts )...Nevertheless, I gave Very a call yesterday and told them that my 20% code expired before I had a chance to buy the phone, at first they said there was nothing they could do but after a 20 minute chat with the lady about South Africa etc, she decided to price match the 20% for me,so it worked out as £550.21(+£3.99 for next day delivery) for the s8, and you can use it on the s8plus too (plus I have 12 months to pay it off)...
You can get yourself 600minutes + unlimited texts and 30GB of data for £18 a month directly from three (feel at home, hotspot, wifi on underground , deezer free for 6 months included) (12 months contract) + £60 off quidco, and it works out siginificantly cheaper.
£550 + £18*12 (-£60 off quidco)= £706 over 12 months: and you're not hooked onto a very very long contract...Hope it helps.
No no no to very. One of the worse company to deal with if anything goes wrong and chances are 99.9%
Stay well clear
Little tip... There was a Very discount code (20% off) for any purchases (some exclusions) which expired on the 14th of may ( came in a letter in the post to those who didnt make purchases for a while on their accounts )...Nevertheless, I gave Very a call yesterday and told them that my 20% code expired before I had a chance to buy the phone, at first they said there was nothing they could do but after a 20 minute chat with the lady about South Africa etc, she decided to price match the 20% for me,so it worked out as £550.21(+£3.99 for next day delivery) for the s8, and you can use it on the s8plus too (plus I have 12 months to pay it off)...

You can get yourself 600minutes + unlimited texts and 30GB of data for £18 a month directly from three (feel at home, hotspot, wifi on underground , deezer free for 6 months included) (12 months contract) + £60 off quidco, and it works out siginificantly cheaper.

£550 + £18*12 (-£60 off quidco)= £706 over 12 months: and you're not hooked onto a very very long contract...Hope it helps.
Code now works on S8
Jez777
Jay080286
robo989
Or just get it from Amazon Italy for about £150 less than this price.
£569? You got a link for that?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-galaxy-s8-silver-grey-black-693euros-amazon-italy-sold-amazon-eu-sarl-2690212

This is now expired, but it may come up with this price again!
Jay080286
robo989
Or just get it from Amazon Italy for about £150 less than this price.
£569? You got a link for that?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-galaxy-s8-silver-grey-black-693euros-amazon-italy-sold-amazon-eu-sarl-2690212
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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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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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2 x Olixar Extra Long Lightning Charge and Sync Cable - 3m £11.98 Del with code @ Mobile Fun

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Not Made For iPhone certified so I wouldn't touch this with a bargepole as it isn't using certified parts - could damage your phone or (more likely) just stop working and say 'unsupported accessory'
Is this brand any good or Chinese

mobile-phonesA Guide to Find the Best Mobiles at Cheap Prices

These days, your mobile phone is as important as your car, your home, or your central heating. Equipped with incredible processing power, modern mobiles make life so much easier, whether we are checking sports scores, browsing fashion catalogues or watching the latest dramas on Netflix.

The problem is that the mobile market is constantly changing and extremely complex, at least to novices. When you search for good deals on mobile handsets, contracts and accessories, it can be hard to be sure you are getting a good price. This buyer’s guide explains how to avoid paying over the odds and how to find a phone that meets all of your individual needs.

Communication On the Go: Mobiles

Mobile phones have become such a large part of our lives, that we sometimes find it hard to remember how recently they were developed. While rotary or push button landline phones have been around for well over 100 years, mobile phones (or cell phones) only began to appear in significant numbers in the mid-1980s, and then usually as car phones and oversized units with very poor battery charge.

Things really started to change in the mid-1990s, when models like Nokia’s 3210 were introduced. Smaller, with multiple features (and games like Snake), phones like the 3210 immediately caught on. You could charge your phone in an hour or so and have it ready to receive calls, send SMS messages and even surf the web, all day long.

Then, in 2007 everything changed yet again when Apple’s iPhone appeared the scene. Launched in February 2007, the first-generation iPhone included radical new features like a touchscreen and the iOS operating system. With more power under the hood, an easy-to-use interface and a much larger screen, smartphones like the iPhone quickly became dominant.

To this day, smartphones are the leading form of mobile phone, but they aren’t the only choice. Larger “phablets” which mix the screen size of tablets with the calling abilities of mobile phones are on offer, along with updated versions of old-style phones. And within the smartphone sector, a complex division has emerged, with huge price variations between different makes and models.

How do Mobiles Work?mobile never miss what matters most

Modern mobile phones work on a cellular basis. That is, the world is divided into cells, with mobile phone masts or booster stations forming the corners of each cell. Signals from individual phones are beamed to mobile phone boosters which then transmit them to a point as close to your target phone as possible. They are then transmitted to the target from a nearby station and their handset does the rest, translating raw data into audible sound.

Smartphones also feature Wi-Fi and (often) Bluetooth connectivity, which enables them to tap into any available nearby internet connections. This allows you to use services like Google Apps pretty much wherever you are, and also to use messaging and calling services like WhatsApp or Skype.

The actual interface of mobile phones will be powered by a couple of different operating systems. iOS, developed by Apple, is used with iPhones and iPads, while Android covers almost every other manufacturer (although Windows is expanding its reach as well). These operating systems provide a way to load up and run apps, help to secure your phone and power functions like the camera and touchscreen. There are some differences between iOS and Android devices, which you may want to bear in mind.

Choosing Between the Different Types of Mobile Phones

When you come to hunt for mobile deals, you’ll find that there are several basic kinds of phone on offer:

  • Basic mobile phone handsets – These ultra-cheap handsets resemble the old Nokia 3210 in that they have no touchscreen, just a keypad. They can make and receive calls, send SMS messages and run primitive apps like schedulers and alarms, but they aren’t really designed for that kind of functionality. Instead, they are a good option for people who simply need to stay in touch, while spending as little money as possible. Popular current models include the Samsung Entro and the Alcatel One Touch. You can also choose between normal and flip-phone designs, depending on how you’d prefer your phone to look.
  • Basic smartphones – Entry level smartphones are cheap, functional but under-powered. Don’t assume that the lack of power is a huge problem, though. Most people don’t use their souped up smartphones to their full potential, and many users will be quite happy with basic phones like the Vodafone Smart Prime 7 or the Motorola Moto G. You won’t get as much memory or storage space and the camera won’t be professional quality, but everything you need will be present.
  • High-end smartphones – This category is the kind that you’ll be most familiar with, as it’s the classic image of a smartphone: powerful, beautifully styled information processing beasts like the iPhone 7 or the Samsung Galaxy S7 are expensive, but crammed with features and bursting with power. Do you really need them? Yes, if you value HD video or photos, want to pack your phone with apps, love fast streaming and want to cut the risk of your phone failing at a critical moment.
  • Specialist phones – There are several kinds of specialist mobile within the smartphone sector that may well be worth your while. For example, the Google Pixel is an exceptional camera phone, beating out high-end rivals like the Galaxy S7 Edge. Then there are music phones like the Marshall London (the same Marshall that makes the famous speakers) and phones that are optimised for gamers, like the Moto Z Play, with a gargantuan battery life.

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Making Sense of Mobile Specifications

One of the most challenging aspects of buying a mobile is the arsenal of specifications you’ll encounter whenever you call up a mobile phone listing. So it’s worth explaining what a few key specs are all about:

  • Camera – When you are looking for a high-quality camera, try to find one with the most megapixels (MPs) and features like automatic focus and image stabilisation, both of which will result in more reliable, better-looking images. Check for 4K video recording as well – as this will be much, much crisper.
  • Storage – All phones need to store data, whether its MP3s, apps or video. However, storage needs vary. If you really need plenty of space for multimedia files, go for something with 64GB and above, but for most people even as little as 8GB will do fine.
  • Processors – These days, you’ll probably find processors listed as “dual-core”, “quad-core” or “octa-core”. Basically, the highest end phones have powerful octa-core processors, which can handle advanced apps and games. Dual-core is being phased out, but is still fine for making calls and browsing the web.
  • Memory – Not the same as disk storage, RAM is short term space that your phone uses to carry out its operations. ‘More the better’ is a general rule (6GB is good), although you’ll still get by with 2GB or 4GB of RAM in most cases.
  • Battery life – A crucial consideration for most mobile users, how long your battery lasts can ruin your gaming experience, put you out of contact at key moments and generally cause trouble. Each phone differs, and some phones with superficially good battery life can actually perform poorly when they are running a number of apps, so read the fine print closely.
  • Connectivity – A vital part of how any mobile works is how it connects to other phones and devices. Good phones will come with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity as well as GPS for more efficient navigation (and fitness tracking functions).
  • Compatibility – How your phone can be expanded by accessories. Some phones may come with limited initial storage, but can be expanded via  Micros SD cards (famously, the iPhone doesn’t fall into this category). Others are better equipped to handle headphones, some have specialist charging accessories and protective cases.

Another thing to think about is whether to go for a 3G or a 4G mobile phone. These are broadband standards that determine how quickly your phone can transfer data (with the 4G standing for “fourth generation”). 4G is becoming the new norm, with far faster download speeds than 3G, but 3G still holds up pretty well (and specifically 3G phones will be slightly cheaper). Not all phones can handle 4G, so if you intend to upgrade your network connection, be sure to check in the listings.

Android or iOS: Does it Matter?samsung galaxy s8 unbox your phone

Yes, to be it as briefly as possible, it does matter whether you go for an iOS or Android device, but it’s not a major factor. Both OS’ are well-designed and easy to use. However, there are some key differences.

One benefit of iOS is that you can run Google Play apps on Apple phones, but Apple services like the iCloud and iTunes aren’t accessible from Android devices. However, this works both ways. Many TV boxes rely on Android software, so it won’t be easy to synch up your iPhone with many streaming boxes.

Android is also more flexible. You can customise the way it looks and tinker with its inner workings in a way that Apple makes impossible. For really advanced users, Android is also by far the better platform for app development.

Almost all of the apps you’ll find on an iPhone 7 are available on Android equivalents (including apps that mimic the helper app, Siri), so there’s not a great deal of competition from the perspective of the ordinary mobile buyer. Just go for a phone with the specs you need, and don’t worry too much about the OS.

How Do You Pay for Mobile Phone Usage?

The way you pay for your mobile can determine how cost effective it is, so it really helps to find the right package for your needs.

Fundamentally, mobile phone packages come in two forms:

  • Pay as You Go – On Pay as You Go packages, you’ll receive a handset and SIM card, that you’ll need to top up with credit as and when required. No contract is involved at any point: you just top up and start calling.
  • Contract – With contract packages, you’ll sign a contract over a set period of time (which could be a year or 24 months). You’ll then receive the handset and a set quota of data and calls/messages, and there’s no need to top up at any stage. Generally, the handset is bundled in with the contract for free, and you’ll be offered an upgrade as new models become available.

Which payment method is best for you? On the face of it, it makes sense to take out a mobile phone contract. You’ll get a cheaper deal on your handset and may well save money on call minutes and data, if you choose wisely. However, that’s the problem. Not all contracts will suit your needs (or be competitively priced). Many people take out a contract phone, only to find that they don’t need the data (or need more).

Pay as You Go is a flexible payment method that may well be cheaper, at least in the short term. It’s particularly cost effective if you stick to cheaper mobiles, but the benefits evaporate fast as you go up the smartphone scale.

One alternative is to opt for a SIM only contract deal. With conventional contracts, your network supplies a phone and call services. With SIM-only deals, the network just supplies the call services, via a unique SIM card. The SIM can be used in a wide range of devices, but you have to purchase the handset.

The benefits of this type of contract can be significant. If you shop around at sites like HotUKDeals, you’ll find plenty of handset deals (and contract offers) that can make SIM-only deals much cheaper than full-blown contracts.

The disadvantage is that you’ll need enough cash to make the initial investment, which isn’t the case when you buy your handset via a monthly contract. Different people will have different situations and requirements. Find a payment method that works for you.

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Choosing the Perfect Range of Mobile Accessories

Mobile phones are nothing without the right collection of accessories, and there’s a huge selection of different products to choose from. Some of the most useful and popular options include:

  • Cases – An invaluable way to protect your smartphone and its fragile screen against damage, cases come in a wide range of colours and materials, with plastic, moleskin, leather, and rubber options all available. You can also customise their look in an almost infinite variety of ways via services like PhotoBox.
  • Mobile phone chargers – Nobody wants to be caught without the battery charge they need to make a crucial call, so having the right charger is a must. You’ll find specialist iPhone chargers, swivel chargers that allow multiple devices to be charged at the same time, travel chargers with different plug adaptors and USB chargers to allow your phone to feed off your laptop’s charge.
  • Memory cards – Many phones include the ability to add extra storage space, which can be a handy way to dump holiday photos and free up space on your phone. Companies like SanDisk offer SD cards with between 32GB and 128GB of capacity, enough to store plenty of movies, let alone a few travel snaps.
  • Screen protectors – Specialist forms of cover that snap over your smartphone’s screen, adding another layer of protection (and avoiding smudges). It’s worth buying a high-quality protector that is specifically designed for your phone model. Poorer quality products will risk damaging your phone and compromising its touchscreen functions.
  • Power banks – Another way to avoid running out of charge at a critical moment are power banks – portable charge storage devices. Pick one that is as small as possible but still packs enough charge to really make a difference. There are even solar-powered models on the market, which could be ideal for long days at the beach.

How to Find the Best Mobile Deals

By now, you should have a fairly clear idea of how to buy your next mobile and the kind of handsets to look for. However, there are a few more things to remember when it comes to actually hunting down the right mobile and contract deal.

First off, shop around for phones with the right specs for you. Don’t settle for deals at the nearest mobile phone shop. Get online and compare prices. Compare contract deals too. You may find that a SIM-only deal and a Samsung Galaxy deal are more cost effective than taking out a contract.

It all depends on which deals are available and the best way to find this out is by regularly checking the HotUKDeals mobile listings. There you’ll find deals on handsets, contracts and accessories – everything you need to assemble the perfect mobile deal.

The HotUKDeals platform features the UK’s biggest mobile retailers, including phone makers like Samsung, LG, Sony and Apple, as well as retailers and network providers like EE, Virgin Mobile, Sainsbury’s, Vodafone, uSwitch and Argos. It’s the ideal place to compare prices and specs.

Finally, think about buying your mobile at the right time. Good times of year include Black Friday and Cyber Monday (mid-November) and the January Sales, but deals can also emerge as new models are launched, so stay alert.

The Cheapest Mobiles at HotUKDeals

Having the right mobile phone is a vital part of modern life, allowing you to stay in touch with friends, surf the web and run the apps you love. Find all the latest and best phone deals by bookmarking the HotUKDeals mobile listings and save money on your next handset, contract or accessories purchase.