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Virgin mobile, retention deal, 1500 Anytime Minutes, Unlimited Texts, 1gb data, 30 day contract, £5.00 a month @ Virgin mobile

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£5.00 @ Virgin Mobile
Been with virgin mobile for 2 months. was paying £4 a month. my phone used about 150KB of data which in turn cost me £2 on 2 days, i phoned up to cancel told them about the Plusnet offer, so has inc… Read More
Been with virgin mobile for 2 months. was paying £4 a month. my phone used about 150KB of data which in turn cost me £2 on 2 days, i phoned up to cancel told them about the Plusnet offer, so has inc…
garbage456 Avatar5h, 4m agoFound 5 hours, 4 minutes ago6 Comments
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just spoke to virgin new customers only can`t have because I have broadband daft if you ask me plusnet doing similar offer.
eslick
virgin are moving to 12 month contracts, even retentions try and get you to sign up to that length. A customer service manager who I escalated to told me that it was Ofcom forcing them, Ofcom said they no nothing about it. Terrible customer service.

Used them off and over about 7 years. Customer service has been great
virgin are moving to 12 month contracts, even retentions try and get you to sign up to that length. A customer service manager who I escalated to told me that it was Ofcom forcing them, Ofcom said they no nothing about it. Terrible customer service.
garbage456
justforme
I've been offered 2GB data, 2500 minutes and Unlimited texts for £5 per month as a new customer (existing Virgin Media - not sure if this makes a difference).
good deal, you might need to check it is for more than one month though.

Yes, it is available on either a monthly contract or 12 month contract.

I was looking though for a lower cost one with less allowance for two phones that are just for emergencies.
justforme
I've been offered 2GB data, 2500 minutes and Unlimited texts for £5 per month as a new customer (existing Virgin Media - not sure if this makes a difference).

good deal, you might need to check it is for more than one month though.



Edited By: garbage456 on Jul 20, 2017 12:54
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Wilko Contract Matt or Silk Emulsion Paint White 10L Only £10.00 (Instore Only)

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£10.00 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
Wilko Contract Matt or Silk Emulsion Paint White 10L Only £10.00 (Instore Only) In store only Wilko Contract Silk Emulsion Paint White 10L ONLY £10.00 Wilko Contract Matt Emulsion Paint White 10L ONL… Read More
Wilko Contract Matt or Silk Emulsion Paint White 10L Only £10.00 (Instore Only) In store only Wilko Contract Silk Emulsion Paint White 10L ONLY £10.00 Wilko Contract Matt Emulsion Paint White 10L ONL…
rubberbullets Avatar1d, 2h agoFound 1 day, 2 hours ago5 Comments
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johnwillowlfc
Yep one thing I've always been told is don't bother with cheap paint, it will only double the work load. I usually buy 10 litres of white emulsion of crown or dulux for £20 and that does the job :D


I dont find Crown very good these days, and Dulux is vastly overpriced for what it is. This is my first try with the Leyland paint for many years, and it is excellent; I have covered about 40 sq metres and used about 2 litres by my estimate, yet it looks so good, I doubt it will need more than the edges feathered to be finished
philmitchell
parasyte
Which store did you find this ?

I would not bother, terrible paint .


Yep one thing I've always been told is don't bother with cheap paint, it will only double the work load. I usually buy 10 litres of white emulsion of crown or dulux for £20 and that does the job :D
8 coats of this, or 1 coat of Leyland contractors Silk,,, hmmmm.
parasyte
Which store did you find this ?

I would not bother, terrible paint .
Which store did you find this ?
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Xiaomi Ultra-thin 10000mAh Mobile Power Bank 2 £12.35 Delivered w/code @ Gearbest

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£12.35 @ GearBest
Only 14.1mm thick, this would be a perfect travel companion to keep your devices topped up whilst on the go. Supports quick charge, and small current discharge, which is great for smaller devices like… Read More
Only 14.1mm thick, this would be a perfect travel companion to keep your devices topped up whilst on the go. Supports quick charge, and small current discharge, which is great for smaller devices like…
msmyth Avatar1d, 4h agoFound 1 day, 4 hours ago10 Comments
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Quids
Cool. Hot deal imo

Of course it's your options ;)
This isn't quick charge 3, and it isn't really quick charge 2 either, it changes to the correct voltages as quick charge 2, but doesn't output at 18W, hence why it doesn't brag about having quick charge 2 capability

Got it for £11.47 - thanks very much! :-)

First order from tomtop :-)
Cold, the tomtop deal posted above is still active and a few quid cheaper. Gearbest is also full of fakes.
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SIMO DEAL: 30GB data (inc tethering), unlimited texts, 600 mins, + calls & data roaming in 60 countries from Three Mobile.12m total £228. Same deal for £17 + £65 Topcashback if taken as an additional SIM deal) £19.00

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Impressive data allowance at a very good price which allows tethering of the full 30gb, and data/calls/text roaming in 60 countries including USA. The trade off is 600 minutes, rather than unlimited.… Read More
Impressive data allowance at a very good price which allows tethering of the full 30gb, and data/calls/text roaming in 60 countries including USA. The trade off is 600 minutes, rather than unlimited.…
ScroopEgerton Avatar1d, 7h agoFound 1 day, 7 hours ago24 Comments
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Can you call abroad within those 600 min?
Qazar
Can i transfer my number from three or do i have 2 tranfer away and then transfer back


Go on live chat and ask them to put you on this plan. You'll miss out on cash back though.

Currently on this plan for £12 pm
Can i transfer my number from three or do i have 2 tranfer away and then transfer back
ScroopEgerton
hugekebab
A recommendation for a sim deal/ package where my mother can use the free minutes for 03/08 numbers. Was my post not self explanatory?
Sorry that's me... totally mis-read that, sorry
no worries dude
hugekebab
A recommendation for a sim deal/ package where my mother can use the free minutes for 03/08 numbers. Was my post not self explanatory?


Sorry that's me... totally mis-read that, sorry
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iD Retention Deal £20.00pm (1 month rolling contract) - 2000 minutes / 5000 texts / 25gb data

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£20.00 @ iD Mobile
Well I phoned iD today to get more data and was offered The following for £20.00 (1 month rolling) 2000minutes 5000 texts 25GB data Including Data Rollover, Capping And Roaming Also had sam… Read More
Well I phoned iD today to get more data and was offered The following for £20.00 (1 month rolling) 2000minutes 5000 texts 25GB data Including Data Rollover, Capping And Roaming Also had sam…
abdul5 Avatar1d, 20h agoFound 1 day, 20 hours ago8 Comments
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25GB on 1 month with a power of minutes and texts ? heat from me!

is the roaming EU only or all Takeaway countries ?

also what discounts/bundles/priceplan showing in myID ?
Ccontrol
I was with them, they were poor on the trains out of London going west.

They had a lot dead spots, however when at home or other good spots I was hitting 60 mobs download speed and more.

Left due to them binning my unlimited data account and changing it to 10gb at the same price.

Only ever received poor customer services. However if nothing goes wrong you don't need them, then it doesn't matter how poor the customer services is.


Never knew they did unlimited data.....?
I was with them, they were poor on the trains out of London going west.

They had a lot dead spots, however when at home or other good spots I was hitting 60 mobs download speed and more.

Left due to them binning my unlimited data account and changing it to 10gb at the same price.

Only ever received poor customer services. However if nothing goes wrong you don't need them, then it doesn't matter how poor the customer services is.
alwayslovesabargain
heads up customer services are appalling.
TBH you'd almost forgive them to be have a poor CS, for the good value they give you, but i've never had a problem
with them in any aspect
abdul5
alwayslovesabargain
Signal is not the best, runs on the 3 network so check coverage before you buy, heads up customer services are appalling.


It depends where you are in the country tbh
I'm getting around 18 down and 14 up


Still quite fast
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20000mAh Ultrathin Digital Display Large Capacity Polymer Mobile Power Supply £16.79 Delivered (Black / White available) @ MiniInTheBox

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Thought this was a pretty decent price for 20000mAh, not quickcharge compatible unfortunately, but would be a decent bit of kit for when you are on your holibobs, and just need to post pics on your so… Read More
Thought this was a pretty decent price for 20000mAh, not quickcharge compatible unfortunately, but would be a decent bit of kit for when you are on your holibobs, and just need to post pics on your so…
msmyth Avatar2d, 3h agoFound 2 days, 3 hours ago10 Comments
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StolenDiagram
I would be impressed if 20k was the ACTUAL capacity given it's size and thickness. Sounds like another store in the vein of banggood and all those other dodgy suppliers of not as advertised tat.
Quoted power is never the actual truth. I found an explanation here

https://www.review-hub.co.uk/aukey-pb-17-power-bank/

Guess it's like 'up to' speeds for broadband..?
StolenDiagram
I would be impressed if 20k was the ACTUAL capacity given it's size and thickness. Sounds like another store in the vein of banggood and all those other dodgy suppliers of not as advertised tat.

Quoted for truth. It should be top comment.
rdbradshaw
msmyth
rdbradshaw
Does this have pass through charging also I think this is not eligible for free delivery
Not eligible for expedited shipping due to being a battery, but free standard delivery is included :D
Ok , closer look it says between 10000 and 20000 so it's like an estimate oO
That looks like the catagory to me.
9 % tcb not bad
msmyth
rdbradshaw
Does this have pass through charging also I think this is not eligible for free delivery
Not eligible for expedited shipping due to being a battery, but free standard delivery is included :D
Ok , closer look it says between 10000 and 20000 so it's like an estimate oO
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Audi A6 Diesel Saloon 2.0 TDI Ultra S Line 4dr S Tronic 3 year lease 9+35 - £11,992 including fees @ CHL Contracts £11,992.00

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I know leasing is not everyone's cup of tea but thought this is a good deal for £37,000 car Initail fee: 2386.80 Monthly payments: 265.20 Read More
I know leasing is not everyone's cup of tea but thought this is a good deal for £37,000 car Initail fee: 2386.80 Monthly payments: 265.20
caffine Avatar2d, 4h agoFound 2 days, 4 hours ago5 Comments
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new A6 coming out next year. So if you don't mind driving a previous gen car it's fine.
Is this one of the ones you can get without having a job ? If so its got a nice big boot for loading up at the food bank oO
12k you can get a Audi to keep forever :p
Good deal.

At least £17k depreciation on this car in 3 years
far far too much to be a deal - sorry cold
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All you can eat Mins & Text plus 4GB 4G Data £9 / £5.66 After £40 Topcashback @Three. 12 month contract - £108.00 pre-Cashback

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£108.00 @ uSwitch
Three are doing all u can eat minutes and texts plus 4GB data on 4G for £9. If you go through topcashback you will get £40 cash back which brings the monthly payment down to £5:66. Topcashback says £4… Read More
Three are doing all u can eat minutes and texts plus 4GB data on 4G for £9. If you go through topcashback you will get £40 cash back which brings the monthly payment down to £5:66. Topcashback says £4…
englands28 Avatar2d, 20h agoFound 2 days, 20 hours ago60 Comments
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Pikachu
I am currently on Advanced 4Gb with unlimited calls+text (no go binge) for £12/month.I called Three to see if I could get the same thing + go binge for £10/month (advertised for additional sims).The agent recommended to change my monthly contract into PAYG and when it changes over (18th August) I can transfer my number to the new £10/month contract which I have already purchased, incase the offer goes away and I went through Topcashback too.

Okay! So I should buy it too. :-) Have 14 days to give it back (just in case). :D
I am currently on Advanced 4Gb with unlimited calls+text (no go binge) for £12/month.
I called Three to see if I could get the same thing + go binge for £10/month (advertised for additional sims).
The agent recommended to change my monthly contract into PAYG and when it changes over (18th August) I can transfer my number to the new £10/month contract which I have already purchased, incase the offer goes away and I went through Topcashback too.

Edited By: Pikachu on Jul 19, 2017 09:24
englands28
Ask for a PAC code so your leaving at the end of your contract, buy sim, register new sim with your PAC code. Get the deal, keep your number, bobs your uncle!


So do you suggest me to wait until my contracts ends? (2nd September I think) Not sure if this offer would be still valid!
pele1987
seaniboy
pele1987
englands28
pele1987
Can somebody provide some advice on this as I have a few questions.
Basically I am looking for a second sim for my wife. I already have a contract with three. I want to have feel at home, which is the best deal to go for?
Should I choose the existing offer for £12 with the £2 off? Will that work to take out an extra sim as i don't want it to cancel my current contract?
Or the £9 deal? I can't find the option to add the feel at home for an extra £1.
Thanks in advance for help.
Feel at home is already on but it's limited to Europe,
All depends on how much data you require and if you want to risk cashback not tracking or paying out.
Worst case is you pay £9 for 12 months.
I am with three and have just taken this out for my daughter. I don't have to worry about minutes and texts and she doesn't go over 4GB so it works for me at worst case £9 per month. £5.66 is a bonus if I get topcashback
Thanks for your reply.
I have read Seaniboy's post from earlier and it makes more sense now, I want feel at home to include USA so will be taking the existing customer offer for £10.
Do it via TCB, Quidco says it wont payout existing customer deals, as someone pointed out. (Either way I'm happy if it does not pay up - £10 World [email protected]/Go Binge/4GB/Unlimited on Three, £5 EE EU/North America/Australasia 4GB Unlimited with BT Sport/6 Months Apple Music (free streaming) all for £15 a month, bargain :D Vodafone can go eat.... ;) )
Followed your earlier instructions and ordered following the advanced 4gb link in Topcashback and by clicking on existing offers on the Three website, all went through.
Yes £10 is a good price either way and would be great if the cash back pays out.
Thanks for sharing.
;) Most welcome, I got sick of posting £10 Advanced in threads (so many Three 4GB/£9/Cashback deals of late lol) so posted it as a deal ;)
seaniboy
pele1987
englands28
pele1987
Can somebody provide some advice on this as I have a few questions.
Basically I am looking for a second sim for my wife. I already have a contract with three. I want to have feel at home, which is the best deal to go for?
Should I choose the existing offer for £12 with the £2 off? Will that work to take out an extra sim as i don't want it to cancel my current contract?
Or the £9 deal? I can't find the option to add the feel at home for an extra £1.
Thanks in advance for help.
Feel at home is already on but it's limited to Europe,
All depends on how much data you require and if you want to risk cashback not tracking or paying out.
Worst case is you pay £9 for 12 months.
I am with three and have just taken this out for my daughter. I don't have to worry about minutes and texts and she doesn't go over 4GB so it works for me at worst case £9 per month. £5.66 is a bonus if I get topcashback
Thanks for your reply.
I have read Seaniboy's post from earlier and it makes more sense now, I want feel at home to include USA so will be taking the existing customer offer for £10.
Do it via TCB, Quidco says it wont payout existing customer deals, as someone pointed out. (Either way I'm happy if it does not pay up - £10 World [email protected]/Go Binge/4GB/Unlimited on Three, £5 EE EU/North America/Australasia 4GB Unlimited with BT Sport/6 Months Apple Music (free streaming) all for £15 a month, bargain :D Vodafone can go eat.... ;) )

Followed your earlier instructions and ordered following the advanced 4gb link in Topcashback and by clicking on existing offers on the Three website, all went through.
Yes £10 is a good price either way and would be great if the cash back pays out.

Thanks for sharing.
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Upcoming BT sim only deals - e.g Unlimited mins, texts and 12gb of data for £12 a month,12 months contract plus an amazon or iTunes gift card for £70 - £144.00

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£144.00 @ BT Mobile
Received an email today for bt sim only deals for existing broadband customers. Unlimited mins, texts and 12gb of data for £12 a month,12 months contract plus an amazon or iTunes gift card for £70 T… Read More
Received an email today for bt sim only deals for existing broadband customers. Unlimited mins, texts and 12gb of data for £12 a month,12 months contract plus an amazon or iTunes gift card for £70 T…
grandads50 Avatar3d, 2h agoFound 3 days, 2 hours ago42 Comments
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I've found this page whilst looking for the deal. Price shows as £12 but you have to phone them to get it. Also no double data offer with this. This deal expires tomorrow at 9pm so hopefully double data offer at £12 will be live then
Anyone actually got this to show on the website? Shows as £16 for me.
andypa1
Please could I have some help deciding what to go for.
This deal on 20gb, i'm currently a bt customer but that ends this month so £25 per month - £90 voucher = £17.50 with very slim chance of cashback..
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EE - 20gb @ £21 a month less 20% civil service discount so £16.8 and a presumably thin chance of cashback!
Tired of crap signal with Vodafone

andypa1
Please could I have some help deciding what to go for.
This deal on 20gb, i'm currently a bt customer but that ends this month so £25 per month - £90 voucher = £17.50 with very slim chance of cashback..
or
EE - 20gb @ £21 a month less 20% civil service discount so £16.8 and a presumably thin chance of cashback!
Tired of crap signal with Vodafone

Hold off until Friday. OP got an email about upcoming deals, the current voucher deal runs out on Friday. Hoepfully that's when the new offers kick in. It should be cheaper :)
I cannot get it to show £12 - continues to show £16.
Please could I have some help deciding what to go for.
This deal on 20gb, i'm currently a bt customer but that ends this month so £25 per month - £90 voucher = £17.50 with very slim chance of cashback..

or

EE - 20gb @ £21 a month less 20% civil service discount so £16.8 and a presumably thin chance of cashback!

Tired of crap signal with Vodafone
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Samsung S8 @ mobiles.co.uk through uswitch. Unlimited text and mins, 5gb of data for £27.99p/m + £235 upfront (£110 cash back with voucher code = £796.76 for 24m)

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Samsung S8, works out just over £33 a month over 24months. Unlimited text and mins, 5gb of data. Code to bring upfront cost down 125USWITCHS8 Read More
Samsung S8, works out just over £33 a month over 24months. Unlimited text and mins, 5gb of data. Code to bring upfront cost down 125USWITCHS8
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1000 Mins, 1000 Texts, 1.5GB 4G Data, Roam Like at Home 30 day contract £5.00 per month @ Plusnet

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Nice little SIMO offer from Plusnet, which includes Roam Like at Home Up for grabs is 1000 minutes, 1000 texts and 1.5GB of 4G data for £5pm. Contract is 30 days rolling. Inclusive minutes include… Read More
Nice little SIMO offer from Plusnet, which includes Roam Like at Home Up for grabs is 1000 minutes, 1000 texts and 1.5GB of 4G data for £5pm. Contract is 30 days rolling. Inclusive minutes include…
msmyth Avatar3d, 6h agoFound 3 days, 6 hours ago264 Comments
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Finally, got through to sales and managed to place an order; Hallelujah!

Really weird the way they pass you between different staff members; doesn't seem very time efficient.
They must pay significantly more to the staff taking the payment details, than to the monkeys that do the laborious T&C dictation.

rpampana
Ordered two sims last evening over the phone, I was told that I would receive confirmation mail, yet nothing arrived till now. oO

Check your spam folder?

I received my confirmation email within 10 seconds of the guy confirming the order; so fast I was able to read the order reference number out to him rather than him read it to me!
matlock67
Just as a slight comparison just run a speed test on my EE max plan sim, using the same phone and got 37mb
I thought plusnet and EE were merged now so how come the difference?
Ordered two sims last evening over the phone, I was told that I would receive confirmation mail, yet nothing arrived till now. oO


Edited By: rpampana on Jul 20, 2017 15:43: typo
Just as a slight comparison just run a speed test on my EE max plan sim, using the same phone and got 37mb
matlock67
Just swapped from 3G to 4G sim, they sent the sim yesterday, got it today, swapped sim via phoning 500 , apart from being on hold waiting for them to answer it took less than 10 mins before everything up and running.
Did speed test and getting over 22mb so much quicker
I get 1mb on 4g in my house, so bad! I get 28 when out and about but rarely use it then so not much use.
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3GB Data + 500Mins & Unlimited Texts For £8.00 @ Plusnet (30 Day Sim Only Contract)

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500 Minutes Unlimited Texts 3gb data 30 days contract All for £8.00 per month. Inclusive minutes include calls to UK landlines starting 01, 02 or 03, voicemail and any UK mobile network. Inclusive Read More
500 Minutes Unlimited Texts 3gb data 30 days contract All for £8.00 per month. Inclusive minutes include calls to UK landlines starting 01, 02 or 03, voicemail and any UK mobile network. Inclusive
sb1970 Avatar3d, 11h agoFound 3 days, 11 hours ago18 Comments
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plusnet are the worst.
I ordered mine over the weekend through Plusnet website via Quidco, checked today as not had an email confirming the order yet. the customer services couldnt help so passed me to the sales team (10 minutes wait on hold). oddly the sales team had all my details including banking details but said the order hadnt gone through from the web order? said he could talk me through doing it all again over the phone. nope not likely if the website cant do what its meant to do and the customers services cannot find me lol then thats a bad start straight away. now i will wait to see if they take any money for the initial order before trying again and being signed up twice....
samspud
If I took this out now could I port my number when my Voda contract ends in September? Or do u have to do at application?

Can port a number to PlusNet anytime https://www.plus.net/help/mobile/moving-phone-number/ . Consider this PN offer may not be available in Septemeber, or it may have improved...
If I took this out now could I port my number when my Voda contract ends in September? Or do u have to do at application?
Performance on a par with BT mobile imho.
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Samsung galaxy S8 10GB with EE for £37.99p/m £911.76 term (£84 cashback available) - mobile phones direct

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Hello, It's my first post here, so I'm really sorry if this isn't up to the standard. Mobile phones direct "prime day" promotion gives Free 64GB Galaxy S8 with EE 10GB data for 34.49 per month and… Read More
Hello, It's my first post here, so I'm really sorry if this isn't up to the standard. Mobile phones direct "prime day" promotion gives Free 64GB Galaxy S8 with EE 10GB data for 34.49 per month and…
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S8 plus is also available for £2 more a month but with 8gb, I'm tempted but can't decide if I want s8+ or 1+5
It's £34.49/month AFTER the cashback (£827.76). If you don't claim it's £37.99/month = £911.76 before cashback.

It was never £911.76 - £84 - another £84! It would be one of the deals of the year if so but it is not so. Still it is not bad but it's not as hot as it's made out to be
S8 contacts are getting cheaper faster than S7's did. Wondering if it's worth waiting until note 8 gets announced for a price drop or get his one as the price is really good with 10GB EE 4g...I think that plan alone is worth around £15 per month.
Great deal for a new phone even without the cash back.
Will use that as a bargaining deal with retentions next week.
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Iphone 7 £22.99 per month with £110 up front with code £661.76 term and £25 quidco @ Mobiles.co.uk

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Seems like a cheap way to grab an iphone 7 on EE which you can always sell for a quick £400 or so. Choice of gold, rose gold or silver Only 2gb of data which isn't great these days , unlimited texts… Read More
Seems like a cheap way to grab an iphone 7 on EE which you can always sell for a quick £400 or so. Choice of gold, rose gold or silver Only 2gb of data which isn't great these days , unlimited texts…
thedvdmonster Avatar4d, 6h agoFound 4 days, 6 hours ago45 Comments
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muckspreader1
eliHd452
AM an android fan and i think you are a troll. That 12mp is better than 95% of android smartphones out there. If you know anything about camera is not about the amount of MP is a about the sensor and image processing. Personally 32gb is not enough for me however if i manage my files i think it is more than enough. What i dont like about Apple is the restriction that they have on their devices however Imo Apple make good phones!
You my friend are a know it all but knows nothing.I have and iPad and have learnt unlike yourself that 32gb isn't enough when it comes to future proofing your devices that's why is always buy a 128gb.Its not about how many pounds it costs it dosent mean it's a better device and there's plenty of android phones out there with cameras the same as this amd just as good.If there's anything else you would like to know please comment. (poo)
I have a 32gb iphone.
Over 900 songs on it, a stack of tv episodes, podcasts, photos, magazines and the like.
Still 1.6gb available.
32gb is fine.
Annoying that Apple got rid of the 64GB model with the iPhone 7. 32GB a bit on the low side, 128GB way too much.
o2 refresh have new 32gb in all colours (except jet black and red) for £490. Make sure to get it unlocked before paying off device and cancelling airtime, that way the unlock is free.

That leaves you approx £170 to get a 24month contract.

My preference would be the 3 SIMO for £9/m before cashback which has unlimited mins, texts and 4GB of data (12month contract). So for two years would cost £216 but you get double the data even though it is more expensive.

Or if you have wifi always handy like I do, just get a 3-2-1 payg sim from 3. £10 lasts me like 3 months.

I'm sure there are other ways to save money or get better for the amount of money but the above is just what I did for the phone (to gift to someone) and my current situation with the payg sim
Under an hour I'd guess
to all who have iphone 7's roughly how long does it take to charge your phone fully? i am suspecting mine has a fault.
muckspreader1
eliHd452
AM an android fan and i think you are a troll. That 12mp is better than 95% of android smartphones out there. If you know anything about camera is not about the amount of MP is a about the sensor and image processing. Personally 32gb is not enough for me however if i manage my files i think it is more than enough. What i dont like about Apple is the restriction that they have on their devices however Imo Apple make good phones!
You my friend are a know it all but knows nothing.I have and iPad and have learnt unlike yourself that 32gb isn't enough when it comes to future proofing your devices that's why is always buy a 128gb.Its not about how many pounds it costs it dosent mean it's a better device and there's plenty of android phones out there with cameras the same as this amd just as good.If there's anything else you would like to know please comment. (poo)
I have a 32gb iphone.
Over 900 songs on it, a stack of tv episodes, podcasts, photos, magazines and the like.
Still 1.6gb available.
32gb is fine.
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VODAFONE - SIM ONLY DEAL £19 a month for 12 months includes 16GB Data, Unlimited Texts & Calls | Spotify Premium or NOWTV or Sky Sports Mobile | Roaming | Beats by Dre EP Headphones - £228.00

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I just signed up to this great deal. I currently pay £10 per month for Spotify Premium, so I get this plus a pair of Beats by Dre headphones worth £75. When I do the math it works out - £19 x £12 (… Read More
I just signed up to this great deal. I currently pay £10 per month for Spotify Premium, so I get this plus a pair of Beats by Dre headphones worth £75. When I do the math it works out - £19 x £12 (…
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batemansxxxb
Pity my contract expires in Sept it's a great deal
wadz
batemansxxxb
Pity my contract expires in Sept it's a great deal
Same here! Usually there is nothing good around that time as well :\
Worth taking the hit of 1-2 months on your current contract to secure the deal?

This is what I am thinking about. I currently pay £11.15 for 4gb data, unlimited mins/text plus 500mb roaming
batemansxxxb
Pity my contract expires in Sept it's a great deal

wadz
batemansxxxb
Pity my contract expires in Sept it's a great deal
Same here! Usually there is nothing good around that time as well :\

Worth taking the hit of 1-2 months on your current contract to secure the deal?
batemansxxxb
Pity my contract expires in Sept it's a great deal
Same here! Usually there is nothing good around that time as well :\
wadz
duckson
Cold when it's £10.75 via mobiles.co.uk!!!!
You dont get the headphones?
...and you save 99 quid.
Pity my contract expires in Sept it's a great deal
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Three mobile sim only 8GB data £13.00p/m 1 month rolling contract (retention offer)

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Phoned through to cancel my three contract & was offered 8GB of data, unlimited minutes & texts on a 1 month rolling contract on their essentials plan. Plan can be used in Europe, but nor the Read More
Phoned through to cancel my three contract & was offered 8GB of data, unlimited minutes & texts on a 1 month rolling contract on their essentials plan. Plan can be used in Europe, but nor the
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I'm paying around the same to EE for 15GB with unlimited minutes/texts, and its a Max plan that includes tethering and full roaming.

Three really are beginning to be seriously useless...
hellor3r3
Can buy this deal through quidco with £20 cashback which also lets you have hotspot or £55 cashback @ £12/month for 1 year contract.

True, I noticed the offer, but this way you don't have to hand in 30 days notice & it started straight away, so saved £17 not having to wait out 30 days. Plus this is a 1 month rolling contract, so not tied into 12 months.
Three have lost it. Terrible retention offers, no LiveChat option to cancel so they can claim that offers you've seen for them and other providers don't' exist - as you can't provide the link. Too much faff to cancel, have your number transferred to a PAYE SIM and then transferred back again when you take out a new contract.
Three retention offers are becoming less attractive. If 600mins is OK, it's same £13 monthly price but benefit of £20 Quidco for a new 8GB unlim SMS 30day SIMO but Advanced plan so inclusive hotspot and extended inclusive roaming via Feel-At-Home. https://www.quidco.com/three-sim-only-contracts/

Edited By: AndyRoyd on Jul 15, 2017 16:16: add monthly allowances
Can buy this deal through quidco with £20 cashback which also lets you have hotspot or £55 cashback @ £12/month for 1 year contract.
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5% Cashback (no limit) on mobile payments with Santander Lite account. 17/07 -30/09. £1 per month fee.

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Credit to MSE. New and existing customers. I've linked the MSE article because it's very informative. From Monday if you've got the Lite account, you can get 5% back when you spend on your Santande… Read More
Credit to MSE. New and existing customers. I've linked the MSE article because it's very informative. From Monday if you've got the Lite account, you can get 5% back when you spend on your Santande…
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I applied to change over from the Santander 123 Account to the Santander Lite 123 Account yesterday, and today I got an email through saying it had been done. I was only making about 97 p a month interest on the full account, so now realise that I'll be a bit better off having the Lite Account - probably about £6 a month (after the £1 monthly fee has been taken out) back from my utility bills, whereas before I was only making about £1.80 (after the £5 monthly fee had been taken out). Thank you for this post, as I wouldn't have know about the Lite Account otherwise.
Sophiasky
I have the normal 123 account and didn't know about this Lite account. I pay £5 a month to use my account and after getting money back for my utilities, only make a profit of around £1.80 a month. I haven't looked into the percentages for money back on utilities yet, but if it is the same, I might see if I can change over to the Lite account.


Cashback levels exactly the same.

Generally if you keep an average balance of less than £3k in your 123 account you're better off on a lite.

If you want a savings account as well open one of the 5% regular esavers alongside

Edited By: ses6jwg on Jul 18, 2017 20:12: Edited from the official Android app
Santander are the best bank I've been with
Could I not just go to a store ask for cashback and keep tapping my phone and getting cashback the getting the 5% aswell
I have the normal 123 account and didn't know about this Lite account. I pay £5 a month to use my account and after getting money back for my utilities, only make a profit of around £1.80 a month. I haven't looked into the percentages for money back on utilities yet, but if it is the same, I might see if I can change over to the Lite account.
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Three Mobile Sim Only Advanced 12GB 600Min ULT Txt £15 a month over 12 months - £180.00 (£11.00 PM with £48 cashback) - @ Mobile Phones Direct

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Good deal for the advanced plan with good data from MPD Select Three network from list and above 7gb to filter 30GB also avail for 15 PM Read More
Good deal for the advanced plan with good data from MPD Select Three network from list and above 7gb to filter 30GB also avail for 15 PM
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TCB didn't track for me so had to put it in manually
Looks good deal, Heat added
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SIM Only -4GB data, 1500 mins, unlimited text - £6.00p/m - 30-day rolling contract @ Virgin Mobile

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Called by Virgin mobile-offered the above deal on 30 day rolling contract. EE could not match so took the deal! I am a virgin TV/broadband customer already! Read More
Called by Virgin mobile-offered the above deal on 30 day rolling contract. EE could not match so took the deal! I am a virgin TV/broadband customer already!
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What's happens if you get a 12 month mobile contract then move your home broadband away from virgin? Do you lose any discounts etc?
Hello,

I got this deal today.
Somnus Thanks a lot. Unfortunately the deal posted does not work, but your link is great timing as I totally forgot about their existing customer offers page. All ordered for £8 month with 4Gb and 2500 minutes
Somnus
Here's the page I was looking at: existing customer offers I've just been taking a look at the out-of-bundle charges and they're steep for data. £3 per day for each 1GB over your allowance. In this case it's probably worth making sure that your usage is less than the allowance and possibly paying a bit more.


Thanks worked

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Unlimited calls and texts + 500mb data £5pm Sky mobile (O2) £5 p/m - £60.00 (sky customers - via phone call)

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Unilimited calls and texts + 500mb data for £5 per month. It's by Sky and they use O2 for signal (excelent around our area) On their website, it says you have to add the 500mb data for £5 per month
iby_m1 Avatar6d, 6h agoFound 6 days, 6 hours ago14 Comments
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Be aware sim will not work in an O2 phone, only a Sky provided phone or unlocked phone
Best deal if you had sky package then mobile deal is half price from what is advertised
whw
My Sky broadband contract ends in a week, would that be enough time to nab this deal and pay just the £5pm for the next 12 months?

best give them a call
My Sky broadband contract ends in a week, would that be enough time to nab this deal and pay just the £5pm for the next 12 months?
mcormack
I still have sky id but cancelled TV in march, would I qualify?

Yes
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Google Pixel 32GB Phone Black, Unltd Mins, Unltd Txts, 16GB 4G Data, £29 PM on Vodafone, £30 Upfront @ Mobiles.co.uk (£726.00 total)

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*** STILL IN STOCK, BLACK ONLY *** Google Pixel 32GB Phone Black Includes: Unlimited Mins Unlimited Texts 16GB 4G Data £29 PM on Vodafone with £30 Upfront Silver and Blue out of stock at the mom… Read More
*** STILL IN STOCK, BLACK ONLY *** Google Pixel 32GB Phone Black Includes: Unlimited Mins Unlimited Texts 16GB 4G Data £29 PM on Vodafone with £30 Upfront Silver and Blue out of stock at the mom…
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Still available in black
trakker1
Who keeps expiring this deal?? I have clearly mentioned that the only colour in stock is the black one which at this moment is still in stock at the price stated.

iSheep, true story.
Who keeps expiring this deal?? I have clearly mentioned that the only colour in stock is the black one which at this moment is still in stock at the price stated.
[quote=te721]I was so hyped for this phone, following it for ages before it came out, having had almost every phone google made. but although one of if not the best phone ever made the pricing of it just didn't make it a choice for me, my concern is new pixel will be the same :( , hopefully when the new one comes out I'll be able to justify this one
Not sure why it was expired when it's still in stock? You have to change the colour of the handset to black
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Apple iPhone 7 32GB - 5GB Data Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts - EE £32.99pm - £791.76 @ Mobilephonesdirect

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Apple iPhone 7 32GB - 5GB Data Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts - EE £32.99pm - £791.76 @ Mobilephonesdirect Read More
Apple iPhone 7 32GB - 5GB Data Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts - EE £32.99pm - £791.76 @ Mobilephonesdirect
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please mention full price, not monthly price, in the price section!
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VODAFONE SIM ONLY DEAL 16GB 4G DATA WITH UNLIMITED MINS & TEXTS, & 1 year Entertainment Bundle for £129.00 after cash back (£19pm or £10.75 per month w/ cashback) via mobiles.co.uk

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16GB Data Unlimited Mins Unlimited Texts Save £99 Cashback by redemption £10.75 per month after cash back. £19.00 before cashback £129 total cost over 1 year. Plus tcb/ quicdco ..... ............… Read More
16GB Data Unlimited Mins Unlimited Texts Save £99 Cashback by redemption £10.75 per month after cash back. £19.00 before cashback £129 total cost over 1 year. Plus tcb/ quicdco ..... ............…
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also i'm already a pay monthly vodafone customer - can i cancel my current contract and take this as a new customer? i guess i wont be able to keep my old number ?
hi guys - i'm looking for a sim only deal - this sounds great - vodafone are offering me 16 p/month for free spotify/now tv/sports tv + unlimited mins/texts + 12 gb data so this deal is definitely good!

just want to confirm - the entertainment package is not listed when i go to the link - just says unlimited mins/text + 16 gb data - but it will come up once i have paid or once it is dispatched? thanks
Geekboy2k
Will the Vodafone Advantage Scheme also work with this? another 30% off https://www.vodafone.co.uk/vodafone-advantage/ Cheers


No, needs to be ordered direct with Vodafone and not discounted.
Bought this last year. No problems with mobiles.co.uk cashback it was online and easy. Moved my number to PAYG vodafone and waited for this deal to come back. Signed up today. Well spotted OP!

Thank you :-)
J4Y_B
found it...seems like there is some admin involved... https://www.mobiles.co.uk/cashback


If you click the i button next to the offer it gives you the specific terms for that contract:

Save £99 Cashback by redemption on vodafone

Send your claim in line with the Cashback Claim Process below and we will credit you by cheque with £19.80 each time.

This will save you £99.00 over the 1 year of the contract. In effect this means that your average line rental per month over the contract period is £10.75 per month.

Cashback Claim Process:
Claiming your cashback couldn't be simpler. You will need to send in your mobile phone bill at months 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12

It's so simple to workout when you need to claim your cashback, please see the below table on when you should send your bills to us.

Bill\x09Claim Amount
Bill Dated October 2017\x09£19.80
Bill Dated December 2017\x09£19.80
Bill Dated February 2018\x09£19.80
Bill Dated April 2018\x09£19.80
Bill Dated June 2018\x09£19.80
The required bill needs to be sent to Cashback Claims, PO Box 376, Southhampton, SO30 2PX and must be received within 60 days from the date on the bill. The bill must show your name, address, mobile number and tariff you are connected to.

We recommend you send this by recorded delivery as we cannot be held responsible for lost items or claims that arrive outside the qualifying period. We also recommend you keep your proof of postage.

Alternatively, you can submit an online version of your bill via your My Account area by clicking here.

Please note: the above calculations are based on the basic line rental of the tariff and do not include itemised billing.
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Samsung Galaxy A5 2017 32GB with code and next day delivery £329.99

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I was looking around for a phone for my mother and found the Samsung site selling the A5 2017 model for £349. I found a code bringing it down to £329. Decent phone. Use code "SAMSUNGSAVE20" Read More
I was looking around for a phone for my mother and found the Samsung site selling the A5 2017 model for £349. I found a code bringing it down to £329. Decent phone. Use code "SAMSUNGSAVE20"
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Cracking phone! I brought it 3 weeks ago from Amazon for £299. I was willing to pay £330 for it. The s7 might be better but still at least £200 more. Heat added!
nah I ordered my s7 edge from a company called eglobal, they import to the uk from hong kong, you are protected if you use a credit card for ur purchase so have faith but mine has arrived and I have zero problems its bloody great! You can get the price of the s7 edge down if you hunt for a discount code
Lucifer_UK
pfff get an s7 edge. Better phone and same price now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoW5r4yGFMQ
Where is this then because it's certainly not via samsungs own website?
pfff get an s7 edge. Better phone and same price now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoW5r4yGFMQ
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4GB for £10 (Was £17) 12 month SIM plan + £45 Poss. TCB @ 3 Mobile - total cost: £120.00 (pre TCB)

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£10 x 12 months = £120 - £45 = £75 (£6.25 after TCB) - Unlimited Mins + Texts - 4GB Personal Hotspot - Feel At Home Around the World Read More
£10 x 12 months = £120 - £45 = £75 (£6.25 after TCB) - Unlimited Mins + Texts - 4GB Personal Hotspot - Feel At Home Around the World
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seaniboy
or go to the existing customers page on Three website and use a Three payg number to get Go Binge & Feel @ Home for £10, even possible to get Quidco/TCB too ! £45 = £6.25 a month
That's what this deal is about! :p
No its not, its not the Advanced £12 plan with £2 discount I mention - its the marketing of a recent £9 plan that long ago was £17/£18 and is now £10 without tethering/GoBinge included - read the link: 4GB for £9 (Was £17) 12 month SIM plan.
All-you-can-eat minutes & texts. Then scroll down another 5 plans: 4GB 12 month 4GB Advanced plans. All-you-can-eat minutes & texts. *Includes tethering & use your allowances in 60 destinations worldwide*


Three plans explanation of Essential (was £18 Sep last year) does not include Go Binge or tethering, so using a payg number as a current customer gets [email protected] and Go Binge/tethering for the same plan price. http://www.three.co.uk/termspdf/Essential_Plans_PriceGuide_080916.pdf


Edited By: seaniboy on Jul 14, 2017 20:50
fantastic deal, works out 5.25 if TCB works
seaniboy
or go to the existing customers page on Three website and use a Three payg number to get Go Binge & Feel @ Home for £10, even possible to get Quidco/TCB too ! £45 = £6.25 a month

That's what this deal is about! :p
or go to the existing customers page on Three website and use a Three payg number to get Go Binge & Feel @ Home for £10, even possible to get Quidco/TCB too ! £45 = £6.25 a month
Meant to say it's £10 extra to add feel at home
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge on Three Network, Unlimited Minutes Texts 30GB data, £30 per month, 24 months contract £720.00 @ Affordable Mobiles

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Free phone with big data allowance Topcashback paying £40 cash back. Same deal with mobilephonesdirect but with £30 cashback. Fairly decent all round purchase. Read More
Free phone with big data allowance Topcashback paying £40 cash back. Same deal with mobilephonesdirect but with £30 cashback. Fairly decent all round purchase.
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slaha11
this is an essential plan, beware.
Also have a £9.99 initial payment. please add to OP.
It was a free phone until I posted this deal. They are quick to increase the price. May be clicks were too many. Hope moderators can correct it.
Heat, sell the Android crapware & up plan to unlimited data it is then real cheap on a 24 month sim deal.
And don't pay out on advertised cashback rates without giving any sort of reason.
mobilephonesdirect open the box before they send it to you.
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Free £10 London black cab credit with Wuntu app (Three mobile users only) via mytaxi app

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The Wuntu app is offering Three mobile users a free £10 credit towards any London black Cab ride when using the mytaxi app. Taxis can be hailed remotely anywhere in London using the app and there is… Read More
The Wuntu app is offering Three mobile users a free £10 credit towards any London black Cab ride when using the mytaxi app. Taxis can be hailed remotely anywhere in London using the app and there is…
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Use my code too! "hoaz4glj5"
Anyone want mine? 18zdz0jfz
rans
mattmerch
rather a blck cab than those dodgy rickshaw bikes in the west end wuntu done me proud this week 15 quid of amazon vouchers and ten quid cab credit :D
how did you get the Amazon vouchers?
thru wuntu app on Tuesday were giving out 5 quid amazon vouchers managed to snag 3 from diff sims and stack the lot on one amazon account

Edited By: mattmerch on Jul 13, 2017 12:43
mattmerch
rather a blck cab than those dodgy rickshaw bikes in the west end wuntu done me proud this week 15 quid of amazon vouchers and ten quid cab credit :D
how did you get the Amazon vouchers?
mattmerch
dbizal
A free 2min ride in a black cab? Woohoo!
rather a blck cab than those dodgy rickshaw bikes in the west end
wuntu done me proud this week
15 quid of amazon vouchers and ten quid cab credit :)

Haha that's true. I would never get on one of those things!
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Fiat Tipo - £4.33 per month! - £25.98 initial rental - 36 month contract @ Fleet Prices

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My first car was a fiat Tipo with the digital dash board. It was utter s**t, loved it.
at least you got a reply which is a bonus
Cashback?
Overpriced for a Fiat, cold
Do you own it at the end?







:p
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ZeroLemon Lightning to USB PVC white Cable 1M / 3.3 FT + Aluminum Cap for £4.99 (Prime or £6.98) Sold by ZeroLemon-Official and Fulfilled by Amazon

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It seems a Prime day price for this USB cable, only for color white. It was £8.99 down to £4.99, a nice price for people who missed Prime day deals. Apple MFi Certified and compatible with iPhone 5, Read More
It seems a Prime day price for this USB cable, only for color white. It was £8.99 down to £4.99, a nice price for people who missed Prime day deals. Apple MFi Certified and compatible with iPhone 5,
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iD Mobile, 2gb 4g data, 500 mins and 5,ooo texts price match cheapest for 2gb plus rollover - uSwitch exclusive £6.00

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Items Pay today Pay monthly iD Pay Monthly SIM FREE QTY: 1 Stock: In stock 1 month contract (4G) £6.00 500 minutes 5000 texts 2GB data uSwitch exclusive 4G as standard with all our plans All pay mo… Read More
Items Pay today Pay monthly iD Pay Monthly SIM FREE QTY: 1 Stock: In stock 1 month contract (4G) £6.00 500 minutes 5000 texts 2GB data uSwitch exclusive 4G as standard with all our plans All pay mo…
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iD Mobile have the worst CS I have ever encountered. Please avoid, there are way better MVNOs out there, even if the deal does look good on the surface.
fiqqer
If you really want proper one month rolling contact Giff Gaff, it wont automatically roll over, unless you want it to and you don't have to give any notice. You can end it there and then - also you get the exact package you require exactly when you want it, not the take it or we rip you off approach that ID mobile use.

dont try and tell people to go with GG they have the worst speeds on 4G of any company, 2Mb, 2 no more, other companies 3G gets 16 +. GG MD tells you they are making a fortune, all at the expense of poor customers.
Used to be with them, price was decent and customer service was good but the signal in South Wales is absolutely s**t.
If you really want proper one month rolling contact Giff Gaff, it wont automatically roll over, unless you want it to and you don't have to give any notice. You can end it there and then - also you get the exact package you require exactly when you want it, not the take it or we rip you off approach that ID mobile use.
HotDealAlert
pls explain why id is terrible...
If you reach your data limit they will ensure you go 10mb over. Then stop the account, then deduct over £130 straight from your bank account without warning. When you contact them to cancel your account they will demand you pay for an additional month and send bailiffs to recover it. Do you want any more information?

They are incompetent and, take no responsibility for anything.

They are fine if you don't go over your data limit but their offerings ar inflexible.

I had an initial what appeared to be a good package, but when my data run out before the month they would not allow me to renew - they only offered additional small data at an extortionate rate. Tried once - never, ever, ever again.
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Various phone cases reduced to clear @ Tesco instore

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Original Xiaomi Ultra-thin 10000mAh Mobile Power Bank 2 - BLACK, £17.30 delivered, Plus Quidco, from Gearbest

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Note: Can get it for £13.80 if you have a free delivery code or something like that Main Features: - Super large capacity 10000mAh portable power bank - Bidirectional quick charge, more effective, wh…
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I think this post would have been so much hotter without the 'PS' at the end.

I bought one, i didnt know pass thru wasn't a thing in most as i've never owned a powerbank but the way you put this across is just looking for 'colds' which is nerfing the heat it could have got.

But anyway bought one !
fulous
omgpleasespamme
fulous
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118luke
Well - think a bit more and there is one blatantly obvious use for pass through power banks.
You could use passthrough power banks for this purpose, but why on earth would you? I can't see them lasting more than a few months (if that) in a hot car constantly being overcharged (unless you only make short journeys?), this is speaking from experience. You would be better off with a higher quality/capacity power bank, there are many out there, and charging the power bank when needed. Yes, it means a bit more effort setting up each time etc. but will save you A LOT of time and effort in future not having to keep buying the same thing every few months.
I'm not bashing I'm just saying this really isn't that good a deal. I currently have a 20,000 mAh (can't remember the brand for the life of me) set up which lasts me a few days of heavy use, more if I don't use my car, although admittedly I turn it off at night as my garage is plenty secure :)
If you have NEVER needed pass-thru charging, then you will never understand. The inefficiencies that you have gone on about nobody cares about them. We do not care about longevity of these powerbanks against portability and convenience. I use mine as a UPS for my Raspberry Pi which I NEED to be very mobile (moving it from room to room) without having to shut it down (same for Amazon Echo, Universal remotes/IR blasters etc...) and also car dashcam when I need to run it for long and to make sure it continues running even when the car gets parked.
Using the power-banks with pass thru DOES NOT mean that you keep them connected to mains every-time, you may only have to charge the powerbank during the night when the connected device is drawing almost nothing, meaning most current goes to the powerbank, but this comes with the benefit of not having to power-cycle your connected device.
Then on the issue of bashing pass-thru charging, a lot of people do not realise that this feature's efficiency and usefullness DEPENDS on the nature of the circuitry employed. Its not clever to bash all pass-thru charging power banks.
To explain this in a much easier way, imagine having a usb charger that has got 2 ports. You can connect the chargre to your phone, to charge your phone on one port, then connect the other usb port to your powerbank to charge it.
Now imagine having a single device that contains a usb charger and powerbank (already connected to one port) in a single packaging, with the other port (from the charger, just passing-thru to the output port of the packaging)
You will only then need a circuit to make sure if the inside charger is connected to mains, the phone uses pass-thru port to charge, if not, the phone takes charge from the inside power-bank.
Do we actually know how this power bank works? If as you say, it checks for a mains source of power before using the battery then that's a useful feature. If as others have described it always charges from the battery while the battery is charge from mains then that seems like a fire hazard. Plus I don't believe that people wouldn't care about the longevity of this considering is priced on the high side for a 100000mAh battery pack.
I hear you mate, my comments about people not caring about longevity, are similar and echoed by general use of mobile phones whilst on the charger. A lot of people including me, use their phones (playing games, music or even calls) whilst the phone is being charged (connected to a mains charger or even powerbank)
Effectively, the phone battery will be charged at the same time as being discharged by the phones's circuitry that will be drawing current from the battery as you play games.
The same behaviour is also common with LAPTOPS, people use their laptops whilst connected to mains charger (the battery will be charging and discharging at the same time) and you probably are also guilt of this :D
This behaviour, as you correctly highlighted, reduces the phone's battery life, BUT a LOT of people do not care. like me, they rather choose to enjoy the convenience, over loss of a few months of battery life. They buy a new battery or a new phone when that one packs up....

If we could find out just how intelligent the charging circuitry is in this then that would be useful. In the case of phones and laptops it's pretty advanced and charging speed will be limited if a battery gets too hot or once the battery gets to around 90% charge when in use. Also, if you're using these devices then you're present to deal with them in the event of thermal runaway for example. However if you use this battery pack as a UPS unattended then it's possible it's asking for trouble.

I got an e-mail today saying the 10000mAh Anker I ordered for £14 will be delivered to the pick up location monday so I'm trying to decide if I should cancel and go for this instead. It would be nice have a power bank that charges from USB C like my phone although I'm not a big fan of quick charge as this new phone has a fixed battery and will likely be knackered in no time by the heat.
fulous
NO, you are comparing different items. The powerbank which is exactly the same as this one, on Ali-express is the following (https://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/10000mAh-Xiaomi-Power-Bank-2-External-Battery-18W-Quick-Charge-Ultra-Slim-for-Mobile-Phones-Fast/2134163_32819374388.html?spm=2114.12010608.0.0.QCt11z)which costs $20 but also with longer, unreliable post (unlike Gearbest's Sweden Post). Generally, as it is evident here, the power bank could be much cheaper at Gearbest with free postage codes, than at Aliexpress. comparing something else different may mean a lot of other factors in play so not a good idea, eg. the 20000mAh from Aliexpress is NOT v2, no QC and largely FAKE, from experience, see Voodooboard's post above.

Oh man, you just simply can't take it that this deal sucks... I'm not comparing products, just simply state that for +£2 one can double power bank capacity hence no brainer really...
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fulous
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118luke
Well - think a bit more and there is one blatantly obvious use for pass through power banks.
You could use passthrough power banks for this purpose, but why on earth would you? I can't see them lasting more than a few months (if that) in a hot car constantly being overcharged (unless you only make short journeys?), this is speaking from experience. You would be better off with a higher quality/capacity power bank, there are many out there, and charging the power bank when needed. Yes, it means a bit more effort setting up each time etc. but will save you A LOT of time and effort in future not having to keep buying the same thing every few months.
I'm not bashing I'm just saying this really isn't that good a deal. I currently have a 20,000 mAh (can't remember the brand for the life of me) set up which lasts me a few days of heavy use, more if I don't use my car, although admittedly I turn it off at night as my garage is plenty secure :)
If you have NEVER needed pass-thru charging, then you will never understand. The inefficiencies that you have gone on about nobody cares about them. We do not care about longevity of these powerbanks against portability and convenience. I use mine as a UPS for my Raspberry Pi which I NEED to be very mobile (moving it from room to room) without having to shut it down (same for Amazon Echo, Universal remotes/IR blasters etc...) and also car dashcam when I need to run it for long and to make sure it continues running even when the car gets parked.
Using the power-banks with pass thru DOES NOT mean that you keep them connected to mains every-time, you may only have to charge the powerbank during the night when the connected device is drawing almost nothing, meaning most current goes to the powerbank, but this comes with the benefit of not having to power-cycle your connected device.
Then on the issue of bashing pass-thru charging, a lot of people do not realise that this feature's efficiency and usefullness DEPENDS on the nature of the circuitry employed. Its not clever to bash all pass-thru charging power banks.
To explain this in a much easier way, imagine having a usb charger that has got 2 ports. You can connect the chargre to your phone, to charge your phone on one port, then connect the other usb port to your powerbank to charge it.
Now imagine having a single device that contains a usb charger and powerbank (already connected to one port) in a single packaging, with the other port (from the charger, just passing-thru to the output port of the packaging)
You will only then need a circuit to make sure if the inside charger is connected to mains, the phone uses pass-thru port to charge, if not, the phone takes charge from the inside power-bank.
Do we actually know how this power bank works? If as you say, it checks for a mains source of power before using the battery then that's a useful feature. If as others have described it always charges from the battery while the battery is charge from mains then that seems like a fire hazard. Plus I don't believe that people wouldn't care about the longevity of this considering is priced on the high side for a 100000mAh battery pack.

I hear you mate, my comments about people not caring about longevity, are similar and echoed by general use of mobile phones whilst on the charger. A lot of people including me, use their phones (playing games, music or even calls) whilst the phone is being charged (connected to a mains charger or even powerbank)
Effectively, the phone battery will be charged at the same time as being discharged by the phones's circuitry that will be drawing current from the battery as you play games.
The same behaviour is also common with LAPTOPS, people use their laptops whilst connected to mains charger (the battery will be charging and discharging at the same time) and you probably are also guilt of this :D
This behaviour, as you correctly highlighted, reduces the phone's battery life, BUT a LOT of people do not care. like me, they rather choose to enjoy the convenience, over loss of a few months of battery life. They buy a new battery or a new phone when that one packs up....

Edited By: fulous on Jul 13, 2017 01:34: more details
fulous
AMasters007
118luke
Well - think a bit more and there is one blatantly obvious use for pass through power banks.
You could use passthrough power banks for this purpose, but why on earth would you? I can't see them lasting more than a few months (if that) in a hot car constantly being overcharged (unless you only make short journeys?), this is speaking from experience. You would be better off with a higher quality/capacity power bank, there are many out there, and charging the power bank when needed. Yes, it means a bit more effort setting up each time etc. but will save you A LOT of time and effort in future not having to keep buying the same thing every few months.
I'm not bashing I'm just saying this really isn't that good a deal. I currently have a 20,000 mAh (can't remember the brand for the life of me) set up which lasts me a few days of heavy use, more if I don't use my car, although admittedly I turn it off at night as my garage is plenty secure :)
If you have NEVER needed pass-thru charging, then you will never understand. The inefficiencies that you have gone on about nobody cares about them. We do not care about longevity of these powerbanks against portability and convenience. I use mine as a UPS for my Raspberry Pi which I NEED to be very mobile (moving it from room to room) without having to shut it down (same for Amazon Echo, Universal remotes/IR blasters etc...) and also car dashcam when I need to run it for long and to make sure it continues running even when the car gets parked.
Using the power-banks with pass thru DOES NOT mean that you keep them connected to mains every-time, you may only have to charge the powerbank during the night when the connected device is drawing almost nothing, meaning most current goes to the powerbank, but this comes with the benefit of not having to power-cycle your connected device.
Then on the issue of bashing pass-thru charging, a lot of people do not realise that this feature's efficiency and usefullness DEPENDS on the nature of the circuitry employed. Its not clever to bash all pass-thru charging power banks.
To explain this in a much easier way, imagine having a usb charger that has got 2 ports. You can connect the chargre to your phone, to charge your phone on one port, then connect the other usb port to your powerbank to charge it.
Now imagine having a single device that contains a usb charger and powerbank (already connected to one port) in a single packaging, with the other port (from the charger, just passing-thru to the output port of the packaging)
You will only then need a circuit to make sure if the inside charger is connected to mains, the phone uses pass-thru port to charge, if not, the phone takes charge from the inside power-bank.

Do we actually know how this power bank works? If as you say, it checks for a mains source of power before using the battery then that's a useful feature. If as others have described it always charges from the battery while the battery is charge from mains then that seems like a fire hazard. Plus I don't believe that people wouldn't care about the longevity of this considering is priced on the high side for a 100000mAh battery pack.
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I bought the DJI Osmo last year. It's decent but broke after only being used 4-5 times.

Couldn't be arsed sending it back.
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Crazy money.
Will wait til chinese sellers start producing cheapo copies.
They have and they're absolute garbage. Zhiyun is not even near the quality of DJI.
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Zhiyun Smooth Q
Don't bother with the Smooth Q. Watch the review and comparisons on Youtube.
From my experience it takes a while for the market to become saturated. I'm in no rush to buy. I can see the appeal for those that need it.
I'm good to wait a few years
That's good. But if I were to suggest, I would get the DJI Osmo. I bought a used one for £320 to use for my travel videos and it's amazing. My latest vid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2UaBEtZFKg&t=4s
That looks brilliant, good selection of shots and music - thanks for the share!
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dark_shadow
Crazy money.
Will wait til chinese sellers start producing cheapo copies.
They have and they're absolute garbage. Zhiyun is not even near the quality of DJI.
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Zhiyun Smooth Q
Don't bother with the Smooth Q. Watch the review and comparisons on Youtube.
From my experience it takes a while for the market to become saturated. I'm in no rush to buy. I can see the appeal for those that need it.
I'm good to wait a few years

That's good. But if I were to suggest, I would get the DJI Osmo. I bought a used one for £320 to use for my travel videos and it's amazing. My latest vid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2UaBEtZFKg&t=4s
What are people using to edit iPhone videos?
Need to cut and re-stitch some videos - easily, and hopefully free....
neiiilers
dark_shadow
Crazy money.
Will wait til chinese sellers start producing cheapo copies.
They have and they're absolute garbage. Zhiyun is not even near the quality of DJI.
Dzinglazz
Zhiyun Smooth Q
Don't bother with the Smooth Q. Watch the review and comparisons on Youtube.
From my experience it takes a while for the market to become saturated. I'm in no rush to buy. I can see the appeal for those that need it.

I'm good to wait a few years
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ZeroLemon Power Bank 22800mAh JuiceBox External Battery - Grey - £18.99 (Prime) / £23.74 (non Prime) Sold by ZeroLemon-Official and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Just looking for a power bank and thought this was a great deal for the price. It has many colors, but the best price seems for Space Gray-22800mah only. This 22800mAh power bank fully charge for iPh… Read More
Just looking for a power bank and thought this was a great deal for the price. It has many colors, but the best price seems for Space Gray-22800mah only. This 22800mAh power bank fully charge for iPh…
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Why oh why do all the sellers of power banks don't bother shipping to Northern Ireland? Any ideas
Because they're lazy ba****ds and don't want to put on the extra label, all their stuff is shipped to NI by sea/land no air shipping.
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Ordered the anker 20100 21.99
Where did you get that from?
Link please
Amazon put in search anker 20100 comes up 21.99
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Ordered the anker 20100 21.99

Where did you get that from?

Link please
Ordered the anker 20100 21.99
phunkee
Why oh why do all the sellers of power banks don't bother shipping to Northern Ireland? Any ideas
some rule regarding air shipping since bunch of batteries were improperly packed and caught fire. Amazon ended up being fined couple years ago due to being found guilty of shipping this way and mysteriously after that they started no longer shipping items outside mainland.

seems like it cost them too much in logistics to mark it for boat/land delivery so they just don't bother shipping at all. would be nice if you could pay bit extra for special delivery and get items anyway but ah well.
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£75 Prepaid Mastercard PLUS £90 Quidco cashback on Sky BB unlimited + Eve/Wknd calls £18.99 p/m 12mnth Contract £247.83 - new customers

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Not sure why this is cold, its a fair old discount.

It's cold since people here say Sky do not pay out to Quidco. This is after I posted a deal for £155 quidco cashback also for Sky.

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£82.83 for a year (£6.9 p/m)
Very good deal.
Not sure why this is cold, its a fair old discount.
Deal already posted here with TCB:
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Mobile phones come in range of styles, each with their own network coverage and tariff. Basic models are straightforward tools for keeping in touch but smartphones are more advanced, capable of surfing the net, streaming films, playing music and more.

The first mobile phone made available to the public was the Motorola DynaTAC 8000x in 1983, it used analogue technology and supported calls to other landlines or DynaTAC mobiles. The second generation of mobile handsets hit the market in the 1990’s, with Nokia, NEC and eventually Blackberry delivering smaller, more powerful and much cheaper mobiles than had previously been available. Ten years later, mobiles using the more advanced 3G network went on sale, the first model was the Nokia 6630. Smartphones, with Wi-Fi technology and touch controls began to appear from 2007 onwards, pioneered by companies like Apple and Samsung.

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Most have screen sizes of around 5 inches, but the larger Pixel XL and iPhone 7 Plus have 5.5-inch screens. Phones with 5.5-inch screens and larger are often referred to as phablets, because they straddle the dimensions of a tablet and phone.

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The storage on a phone is measured in GB or gigabytes, the more you have, the more photos, music and apps you can keep on the handset. It’s worth thinking carefully about the size of a phone’s memory before buying, because some allow you to add more memory, either through cloud storage or an SD Memory Card, while some do not. High-end phones tend to need more gigabytes because they can be used to store downloaded content like films and music as well as personal photos and videos. Also, some storage is used by the phone’s software, so if you purchase a 32GB phone, not all that space is available.

If you are a keen photographer, music fan, or gamer, it’s worth going for a larger storage size, like 32GB or 64GB, but these will be more expensive. Alternatively, you could go for one with expandable SD storage like a Galaxy S7 or Google’s Pixel which promises free unlimited online photo storage, along with an extra 32GB or 128GB built-in.

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Mobile phone accessories can be purchased to increase the life of your handset, add storage space and provide a portable charging option.

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  • Micro SD memory card: Micro SD memory cards can be slotted into some types of mobile in order to increase the amount of data stored in the handset. They can also be removed and used to transfer information or images quickly to another device, like a laptop.
  • Power bank: Power banks ensure your mobile will never run out of charge when you are out and about. On one full charge, most power banks can deliver multiple full charges to a mobile phone using a USB cable. They are a great choice if you are travelling.
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The right time to upgrade your mobile depends on what you are looking for; if you’re considering a new model from one of the major manufacturers like Google Play Store, Samsung or Apple, it’s worth waiting for the next releases or upgrades, which are announced well in advance. For premium brands like these it’s harder to get a cheap handset because the pricing is strictly controlled, but you could look out for contracts from third party suppliers that offer favourable terms instead. For other phones, the price will come down a few months after they are released, as demand trails off. You can also search for reductions on the type of mobile you prefer on Black Friday or Cyber Monday many retailers lower the price of their handsets, and companies like Vodaphone and EE also offer lower priced contacts.

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