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4G EE Harrier Mini with Wifi Calling - £15.00 (Delivery £2.50) @ Sainsbury's Phone Shop

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£15.00 @ Sainsbury's Phone shop
EE Harrier Mini - £15 Delivery Free for Orders above £30, else £2.50 Specs 4G Screen 4.7" Android v5.1 (Lollipop) 1.2GHz Quad Core processor Storage 8 GB + micro SD Slot RAM 1 GB Rear Camer… Read More
EE Harrier Mini - £15 Delivery Free for Orders above £30, else £2.50 Specs 4G Screen 4.7" Android v5.1 (Lollipop) 1.2GHz Quad Core processor Storage 8 GB + micro SD Slot RAM 1 GB Rear Camer…
raj75 Avatar13h, 36m agoFound 13 hours, 36 minutes ago17 Comments
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accyuklad
cex offer £28 grade a I brought 2 to sell to cex

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

Not surprising, Sainsbury's Phone Shop do this all the time. The last 3 orders I placed with them were cancelled afterwards due to no stock.
ssjinzo
Anyway to unlock these cheaply? Cannot find it on ebay do these phone go under another name?
Harrier Mini aka Benq T47. Dunmatter, free is an acceptably low price for an unlock http://ee.co.uk/help/getting-started/joining-ee/unlocking-your-device
I did see these the other day when someone posted about the wifi thing - it was showing out of stock then thou so either they found some or an error :-(
Oos email after placing my order
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Samsung S8+ £45.99pm 15GB Free Phone on EE (£1,103.76 total) @ MobilePhones Direct

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£1103.76 @ MobilePhones Direct
Seems like an absolute bargain considering the phone comes free, I've just ordered. I'm not gonna bother with all the specs because it's all over the site. I've ordered twice with these guys and Read More
Seems like an absolute bargain considering the phone comes free, I've just ordered. I'm not gonna bother with all the specs because it's all over the site. I've ordered twice with these guys and
renojam Avatar15h, 26m agoFound 15 hours, 26 minutes ago13 Comments
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Good deal considering the price of the handset. £779 I paid direct from Samsung. Honestly the best handset I have ever owned. The screen is massive and the colours are vibrant. No bigger than my Oneplus 3T but with a 6.2" Screen. Excellent for YouTube etc or simply reading News Apps. Not everyone will spend this much for a Mobile but those who want the best without a large cash outlay will appreciate this deal.
Sky go when at work???
cbrown1979
who uses 15 gig worth of data?! oO

12 year old girls.
who uses 15 gig worth of data?! oO
When the S8/S8+ were announced there was a post offering £20 off the list price (for a contract free phone) which I though was pretty pointless as it was clearly overpriced. I voted that cold as did most others.

This is actually a very good deal, even if you have to pay £68 for the handset. Not sure which tariff this is as EE only shows 5G, 7GB & 10GB (15GB only available on the max tariff) starting at £10 more than this deal.

Still expensive and not a bargain but deffo worth some heat!
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Sim free HTC 10 £399.00 @ phone shop by sainsbury`s

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£399.00 @ Sainsbury's Phone shop
the HTC 10 is £399 from phoneshopbysainsbury`s currently great underated phone dont forget your nectar points Read More
the HTC 10 is £399 from phoneshopbysainsbury`s currently great underated phone dont forget your nectar points
daydotz Avatar16h, 51m agoFound 16 hours, 51 minutes ago66 Comments
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My friend won't spot going on about this phone as he really wants it heat added 8)
DarrylJohn
cantonbean
daBluone
Torn between this and graded S7 edge
Hardware is better on the S7 Edge bar the DAC. However the amount of bloatware on a Samsung phone means resetting it every 3 months and constantly being harassed. I owned and Edge but sold it. Buy this or the OnePlus 3T or iPhone. Hardware is nothing without software. HTC listened to their customers and this runs near stock android with most apps being google defaults. It even has some extra cool features like AirPlay. Shame it isn't waterproof. I've used many different versions of android and the only ones apart from stock worth it are the OnePlus variety or this phone.

Easy solution is to install custom firmware without bloatware. Best of both worlds!


although restricted from using banking apps maybe not as secure..?
SOT = screen on time, you can check this in your battery / power settings, it's the main benchmark for your device's battery Vs efficiency, most flagships will be worse than mid level device's due to thinness and/or powerful chipsets.
Moto Z Vs Moto Z Play are very good examples of this.
speric07
tom_g
If I hadn't just gone for the Moto Z deal at £300 I'd have probably had this. Enjoying the Moto Z though to be fair.
I am pleasantly surprised by the Moto Z, getting 4 hours SOT between charges. Only ever got 2.5 hours with my Nexus 5X before it started the LG Bootloop!


Can you tell me what SOT is ?

Thanks
£399 is too much for this phone. Superb DAC and SD820, that's about it. OnePlus 3t, Moto Z, Axon 7 and Huawei Note 8 are all better and cheaper.
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Universal Car Dashboard Holder Phone Stand Sucker Car Mobile Bracket £3.73 @ Banggood

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gap30 Avatar1d, 10h agoFound 1 day, 10 hours ago11 Comments
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tnm1975
clnsndrs
mrew42
Poundland
^This, i got this one: GripGo
from there and also Home Bargains do them too.
also got one of these for a quid. unfortunately i paid 99p too much! phone never stayed stuck to the 'sticky' bit!
With the Grip Go my phone stayed stuck to the grip- unfortunately my HTC M8 was too heavy for the suction cup on the windscreen, which let go a few times before I gave up with it!!
shalton
Sat Nav on your phone is no good with it in the glove box!
you can hear it ;)
Uridium
spend ££ hundreds on an expensive phone and then less than a fiver for a cheap wobbly holder that risks seeing it bounce around in the car.?

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


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

^This, i got this one:

GripGo

from there and also Home Bargains do them too.


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

^This, i got this one:

GripGo

from there and also Home Bargains do them too.

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

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£374.99 @ Virgin Media
Virgin Media Vivid 100 Broadband and Weekend Phone for Just £30.00 a month 12 Month Contract. If you decide to not cancel after 12 month monthly cost will be £40.00 a month. No line rental . One of p… Read More
Virgin Media Vivid 100 Broadband and Weekend Phone for Just £30.00 a month 12 Month Contract. If you decide to not cancel after 12 month monthly cost will be £40.00 a month. No line rental . One of p…
bullet_khan Avatar1d, 12h agoFound 1 day, 12 hours ago18 Comments
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Got referred by a friend and can only see normal deals with £50 each. Is the £20 deal a VM rate or something?
happymanuk
Not that good of a deal. I've helped several people sign up to Vivid 100 Broadband, Basic TiVo TV package, Phone Line including line rental for £20/month with free activation and a £50 credit - the equvialent of £15.83 per month for 12 months on a 12 month contract.

Thanks pal. Got the same deal for same price, all with your help. They knew you so well :p. Tried to PM with result but it's not working.
happymanuk
Not that good of a deal. I've helped several people sign up to Vivid 100 Broadband, Basic TiVo TV package, Phone Line including line rental for £20/month with free activation and a £50 credit - the equvialent of £15.83 per month for 12 months on a 12 month contract.


trying to pm you pal but it won't let me
but they won't offer and good discount packages inc bt sport
chrisnoon74
I pay £23.5 for 100MB Virgin Broadband and line rental. We have Now TV, NetFlix and Prime throughout the house (no conventional TV). Never see any throttle apart from when I used to use my slingbox (which was upload)

I'm paying £20.00/mth for 100meg broadband, TV with tivo box and phone with line rental included. Also received £50 for signing up, so paying less than £16 per month all in (via referral). As you say too, speeds are great.
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BT Basic its cheap line rental £5.10 a month for ppl on certain benefits £15.30 every three month's that includes £4.50 for calls

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£5.10 @ BT (British Telecom)
BT Basic is a simple, low-cost telephone service that's easy to understand and helps you keep in touch, even if money is a bit tight. If you're on a low income, BT Basic lets you make and receive call… Read More
BT Basic is a simple, low-cost telephone service that's easy to understand and helps you keep in touch, even if money is a bit tight. If you're on a low income, BT Basic lets you make and receive call…
SixtyFive Avatar1d, 13h agoFound 1 day, 13 hours ago33 Comments
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Error440
djames108
Error440
shatteredpaul
why is it that it is allways for people on benefits.like free boilers,thats why this country
is on it knees,you can get this this and this only if your on benefits,so wrong
Why is it people who own there own homes get stuff like free insulation and offers for having solar panels stuck on there roof etc

Anyway you can't get JSA if you don't have phone and a internet connection these days its considered making yourself unavailable for work

lol didn't realise a phone line was a deal breaker, you might wanna check that chief ;)

You have to have a contact number and internet access, if your going to be pedantic and say mobile phone i shall remind you of the cost up there £5.10 a month.


you sound like an expert, but still sounds like a load of rubbish to me perhaps a contact number but internet access.......really.........get a pay as you go ;)
Haliviel
robbie1412
Chiptivo
Error440
shatteredpaul
why is it that it is allways for people on benefits.like free boilers,thats why this country
is on it knees,you can get this this and this only if your on benefits,so wrong
Why is it people who own there own homes get stuff like free insulation and offers for having solar panels stuck on there roof etc
Anyway you can't get JSA if you don't have phone and a internet connection these days its considered making yourself unavailable for work

Tax payers pay for library's that have free access for this purpose.


Your town still HAS a library? Lucky you.


we live in a village and still have a library..in fact 3 libraries within 2 miles.are they really that rare?


no just not many people use them :D
robbie1412
Chiptivo
Error440
shatteredpaul
why is it that it is allways for people on benefits.like free boilers,thats why this country
is on it knees,you can get this this and this only if your on benefits,so wrong
Why is it people who own there own homes get stuff like free insulation and offers for having solar panels stuck on there roof etc
Anyway you can't get JSA if you don't have phone and a internet connection these days its considered making yourself unavailable for work

Tax payers pay for library's that have free access for this purpose.


Your town still HAS a library? Lucky you.


we live in a village and still have a library..in fact 3 libraries within 2 miles.are they really that rare?
CaptainSocks
Bilbo1968
CaptainSocks
Also, why all the Little Englander moaners giving it the "benefits... unemployed... lazy scroungers" Daily Mail bile?
Only one of the qualifying groups is unemployed.
Income support = poor folk with very young kids that require a care element (above and beyond what healthy kids require obviously). My daughter has cerebral palsy. I'm lucky. I've got money (yes I've worked for it, but I was also affluent enough to own property and start businesses in the first place). If I was poor and in the same situation I would have really struggled. Caring for a sick kid is hard work. Hands down the hardest work I've ever done. Emotionally AND physically draining.
Pension credit = old retired poor folk.
Universal Credit zero rating = WORKING but on a zero hour contract
ESA = ill. And unbelievably not all these folk are "scroungers". My cousin has cancer. He gets ESA. I wouldn't wish cancer on anyone. I'd also spark out anyone that called a formerly fit bloke working 60hr a week transformed into a frail shell of a man by illness "a scrounger".
JSA = unemployed. And frankly the amount you get on JSA is pennies. If you think it's a life of luxury than by all means quit your job and go for it. It probably couldn't happen to a nicer person tbh.
I have a business that I've built up over 20 years I wouldnt even like to think the amount of hours I've worked. I'm reasonably successful.
You seem to know all about the the benefit system and you probably use it and abuse it. But I think that people like you are ruining this country.
As for sparking out someone you sound like a typical armchair warrior yob. Don't bother replying with your righteous outrage because I really don't care.
The only benefit I've got, or ever had, is a good accountant.

All I'll say is that I'm almost certainly considerably richer than you...
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(I'm not outraged btw. Far from it. I don't think any reasonable person would read anything you've written and take it seriously or not feel slightly sorry for you.)

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/01/10/article-2260386-16DCA922000005DC-657_634x376.jpg
HankHandsome
pet2000
shatteredpaul
why is it that it is allways for people on benefits.like free boilers,thats why this country
is on it knees,you can get this this and this only if your on benefits,so wrong
Don't believe what you read in the Tabloid Papers. "Low cost" services for people on Benefits always contain conditions and hidden charges and people end up paying more than you and me. BT Basic is just one example.

Well said. This basic service effectively turns your landline in to an 'incoming calls only' service because of the restrictions on the calling allowance. It's ideal for pensioners who might not spend a lot of time on the phone but would need a cheap landline for friends and family to keep in touch.

The broadband is capped to 10gb a month as well, so it's only really suitable for occasional browsing, something which suits my mum perfectly.


There is no restrictions on calls, there is a call allowance of £1.50 per month, any calls over the allowance you pay for at the standard rate. Also the BT Broadband Basic has a 12gb download limit, even though it may say you will be charged if you go over the limit you don't actually receive a charge on your bill.
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Magnetic Holder Phone, Volport 360 Degree Rotatable Amazon UK £5.58 after 20% off promotion - Sold by Volport and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Placed it under "Mobiles" as there is no automotive category. Very cheap for what looks like a good holder. I have on from NoChoice which looks exactly the same but twice the price and it works a trea… Read More
Placed it under "Mobiles" as there is no automotive category. Very cheap for what looks like a good holder. I have on from NoChoice which looks exactly the same but twice the price and it works a trea…
tinky13 Avatar3d, 14h agoFound 3 days, 14 hours ago16 Comments
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Just arrived, and very well made for the price. Works a treat.
gslgregory
Actually, having reread it, it says save 20% when you buy ONE or more. Just bought and the discount didn't come off despite it saying 'Promotion Applied'. When I tried adding the code at checkout, I got the message 'The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase.' Think I'll query directly with Amazon.

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

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

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£129.00 @ Sainsbury's Phone shop
The new low price for Alcatel Flagship phone 2016, incl VR goggles and JBL earphones, RRP £249 Read More
The new low price for Alcatel Flagship phone 2016, incl VR goggles and JBL earphones, RRP £249
tyr Avatar4d, 5h agoFound 4 days, 5 hours ago8 Comments
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this is 3gb model
John Lewis price match works on this deal:D
A1M
I've spent the last 2.5 hours looking into this. The phone has generally received good reviews and at a higher price when it was released. I've been wanting to try VR so have gone for it.
Thanks for posting.
I searched and they say good screen , hi-fi good sound stereo speakers with JBL headphone . VR okay . Good value at this price . Should get nougat in future .


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

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

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

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EE Buzzard 2 Car Mifi - £15 Delivery Free for Orders above £30, else £2.50 (So, if you order 2, free delivery) Get Deal Link throws error, Click Below Link http://www.phoneshopbysainsburys.co.uk/… Read More
EE Buzzard 2 Car Mifi - £15 Delivery Free for Orders above £30, else £2.50 (So, if you order 2, free delivery) Get Deal Link throws error, Click Below Link http://www.phoneshopbysainsburys.co.uk/…
raj75 Avatar4d, 8h agoFound 4 days, 8 hours ago13 Comments
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TiredParent
does this work with ee only or any other network would stipl be able to use it?
As it is EE branded i am assuming it will be locked to EE, although you could probably get it unlocked
do these come with a sim or is do you need to order it separately?
does this work with ee only or any other network would stipl be able to use it?
alu355
Any advantage to this over a normal mifi plus a car charger?

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

For some reason, I am not able to edit Get Deal Link.
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Vodafone Smart First 7 Refurbished - £10 (Delivery £2.50) @ Sainsbury's Phone Shop £12.50

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£12.50 @ Sainsbury's Phone shop
Vodafone Smart First 7 Refurbished - £10 Delivery Free for Orders above £30, else £2.50 Unlock codes 99p from eBay Read More
Vodafone Smart First 7 Refurbished - £10 Delivery Free for Orders above £30, else £2.50 Unlock codes 99p from eBay
raj75 Avatar4d, 12h agoFound 4 days, 12 hours ago9 Comments
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Following on from the cycling "BSO" fraternity, we need to start using the phrase "PSO" for "Phone Shaped Object".

;)
Perfect for home automation - load it up with Tasker, build some scenes, pop it against the wall with velcro or build a frame - use it as a lighting controller, music controller or streamer, CCTV monitor or camera - loads of possibilities!
What are sainsburys refurb phones like? Do they come with a box and accessories or is it just the handset (like O2 refresh)?
Terrible phone, used it as a spare but the touch screen was so frustratingly temperamental I gave up on it.
The_Pellstar
its £12.50 delivered, it makes phone calls like any other phone. Just maybe that is all some people want a phone do to
Agreed. It also has a MicroSD card and headphone jack - could be used as a MP3 music player
http://www.gsmarena.com/vodafone_smart_first_7-8100.php

Edited By: Gordon.Bell on Apr 21, 2017 15:26
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FreedomPop SIM Mobile phone service FREE 200 minutes, 200 texts and 200MB each month (99p activation fee)

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£0.99 @ Freedom Pop
Hello all, Free mobile phone service with '100% Free Basic Plan: 200 mins, 200 texts, & 200MB every month' No Contract • No Commitment • Cancel Anytime Free unlimited calling & texting b… Read More
Hello all, Free mobile phone service with '100% Free Basic Plan: 200 mins, 200 texts, & 200MB every month' No Contract • No Commitment • Cancel Anytime Free unlimited calling & texting b…
bhupinder2001 Avatar5d, 9h agoFound 5 days, 9 hours ago29 Comments
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FreedomPop advertise 200MB free data allowance, but that's pretty misleading/deceptive. Unless you have auto-topup enabled, they block your data after once you reach 180MB. So you only get 180MB free each month, not 200MB.

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

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

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

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


A bit different to 99p.

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

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

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

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£288.00 @ Vodafone
This one won't be for everyone. Existing Vodafone customers, an upgrade deal (possibly retentions), and heavy users. Wanted to get the new Vodafone Global Roaming so I can use the full UK allowance i… Read More
This one won't be for everyone. Existing Vodafone customers, an upgrade deal (possibly retentions), and heavy users. Wanted to get the new Vodafone Global Roaming so I can use the full UK allowance i…
rapid111111 Avatar5d, 9h agoFound 5 days, 9 hours ago54 Comments
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tried this on live chat and it's simply not true.
ZeroEx
nickeva
Just went on chat as my contract was up got the 12gb Red Entertainment sim only normally £19 with 30%VEA discount for £13.30 and 1 month free. Also offered the £20gb for £15.40. Even though it was a limited offer advisor said could still use the VEA discount.
Did you mean 16gb for £19? If so, VEA will not work with this as it already has a £13/month discount.

Yes not according to "Laura" on chat I have the transcript, can't work out how to copy on here.
(Also it was for 16gb)




Edited By: nickeva on Apr 25, 2017 20:53: Additional info
nickeva
Just went on chat as my contract was up got the 12gb Red Entertainment sim only normally £19 with 30%VEA discount for £13.30 and 1 month free. Also offered the £20gb for £15.40. Even though it was a limited offer advisor said could still use the VEA discount.


Did you mean 16gb for £19? If so, VEA will not work with this as it already has a £13/month discount.
Just went on chat as my contract was up got the 12gb Red Entertainment sim only normally £19 with 30%VEA discount for £13.30 and 1 month free. Also offered the £20gb for £15.40. Even though it was a limited offer advisor said could still use the VEA discount.
Dazzer68
ZeroEx
Dazzer68
ZeroEx
Dazzer68
ZeroEx
I work in retentions on live chat. I Can confirm we can do this deal.
Well nO you can't. They are telling me they have never heard of the offer.
I guess you're not speaking to retentions then.
i am still...
Check messages
Many thanks. If i could give you heat I would!


You're welcome :)
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Personalised Phone or Sky remote Skins for £2.50 p&p @ Wrappz (Using code)

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£2.50 @ Wrappz
Just thought I'd give it ago and code is now working again. Skins available for loads of different phones and Sky remotes. Use code FREESKIN at checkout to reduce it down to £0 with a postage cost of… Read More
Just thought I'd give it ago and code is now working again. Skins available for loads of different phones and Sky remotes. Use code FREESKIN at checkout to reduce it down to £0 with a postage cost of…
NeoTrix Avatar5d, 10h agoFound 5 days, 10 hours ago10 Comments
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ubmaniac
Smartguy1
For £2.50 its worth a go.


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

That's worth a go before this


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


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

That's worth a go before this
Avoid, terrible company
Ordered via o2 end of February and heard nothing further other than receiving an email confirming order.
I ordered from o2 priority offer once, I don't know how long delivery was but skin is quality and is still on my remote after a long time, no rubbing off or anything.
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iPhone 7 32gb Free phone £36pm 30gb internet usage - uswitch.com £864.00

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£864.00 @ uSwitch
iPhone 7 32gb Free phone £36 Pm with all you can eat calls and messages plus 30gb data. 24 month contract on 3 network. Total £864. Read More
iPhone 7 32gb Free phone £36 Pm with all you can eat calls and messages plus 30gb data. 24 month contract on 3 network. Total £864.
westbromtom87 Avatar6d, 1h agoFound 6 days, 1 hour ago7 Comments
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No B20 here, watch out o2 users!
Essential Plan. Cold! No Hotspot and no Feel At Home .
WitnessTheFitness
Not a bad deal! I've just took on a £16 30gb sim only deal tempted to get this for the 7


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


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

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Amazon deal of the day Avantree Bluetooth Car Kit AUTO POWER ON Visor with Build-in Motion Sensor, Support GPS, Music, Wireless Handsfree Speakerphone for Mobile Phones - 10BS £19.99 @ Amazo… Read More
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Also it's mounted on visor and on mine one has to press the answer button. you need to look up at it distracting!!
mchu6am4
coventry1966
I have one of these not brilliant, in fact don't use it any more.
Correction an older unit.
What do you use then - any recommendations as I'm in the market for one?


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

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

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

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TheHoss
Can you not still buy via click and collect for £1.99 ? I think on previous occasions you could do this to get around having to buy £10 top up. Not sure whether that's all changed now. Or how about buying from Argos eBay store( assuming it's available)?
not available online you have to go in store so they add the £10 credit.
snowflake75
unlocked?
no but unlock code on eBay 99p.
Can you not still buy via click and collect for £1.99 ? I think on previous occasions you could do this to get around having to buy £10 top up. Not sure whether that's all changed now. Or how about buying from Argos eBay store( assuming it's available)?
Just wondering would it be better buying from carphone warehouse? ...their phones used to be sim free ....unless that has changed.
unlocked?
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REFURBISHED Apple iPhone 5 Locked/Unlocked various conditions - 16,32,64gb from £54.99 @ Music magpie / Ebay

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Thanks Nick, appreciate your time bud
zermattbusby
Anyone received a 'good' condition model?
How would you describe the actual condition please
Thanks

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

Just update it to 10.3.1 then.
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Cold! misleading for the one month only and have to stay three months before cashback paid as i remember! So effective cost is £21.67
mailmikey
Got the same deal back in Feb. But beware lack or very slow data connection when you're in an event/location with many people as EE users are prioritised before you.


Everything, including calls are prioritised before you. I was on a great deal for £6/month but every so often I was waiting for that all important call (picking car up from garage, getting folks from hospital etc) and the call would not only go to answer phone, but I wouldn't even get a message to say there was a voicemail until hours later.
I got so sick of this I ended up leaving and going to ID, their network is so much better, and app is the best I've ever used for a network.
Got the same deal back in Feb. But beware lack or very slow data connection when you're in an event/location with many people as EE users are prioritised before you.
amz84uk
It is £25 per month, but gives £10 automatic cashback for the first month only.
Sorry, but COLD from me.
You sure the cashback is only one month? From the page, I assumed that it's £10 cashback per month. :/
Yeah, looks like the £15 is fir the 1st month only. I voted hot but £25 a month is a baaaad deal.
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jugglingandroid
use VC15OFF instead for £15 off upfront cost
Thanks Very Much X)
use VC15OFF instead for £15 off upfront cost
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BT 2700 Twin Cordless Phone with answer machine £34.99 or £27.99 with code from Ryman

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


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

I just ordered
Just tried to order these but can't get the newsletter discount even if i click to sign up to it. How do you get the 20% off?
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BT 17Mb Broadband and line rental for12m x £23.99 = £287.88 Plus £9.99 upfront fees (possible £12.32 per month after cashback.) @ BT

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jenmumof5
17mbps is some slow these days

Some of us can only get a maximum due to the distance from the exchange ... mine's about 5.2 Mb with ANY provider. With 40 Mb fibre I was getting 13 Mb.
nougat
jenmumof5
mcormack
jenmumof5
mcormack
jenmumof5
17mbps is some slow these days
17mbps is adequate,
I stream movies and watch live football with no problems at all.
I've had BT *up to* 54mbps for 1 year but the wireless is much lower, even speed testing with my phone sat on the infinity box. I've spent all year faffing with channels while my nowtv/Netflix drops out (iplayer is worst of all) It hasn't copped with 4 devices at all. I cant imagine what up to 17mbps would be like for me.
And now I've come to renew they want £23.99 plus £200+ line rental. Even the operator in retentions apologised lol
Bye bye BT
This issue should be reported to Openreach, it's not a network provider problem.
If that's the case, which it may well be, why did I never have an issue with talk talk?
And also, how would open reach affect the efficacy of the BT wireless signal? It comes in at 54mbps as tested by a wired laptop then my phone tests the wireless signal, sat on top of the box and it drops to 20mbps at best. BT tell me it's their most up to date box too
That doesn't make any sense the router will be IEEE 802.11 ac and any decent phone over the last 4 years would have the ac standard which is capable of up to 1000 mbit/sec (125 MB/sec) which is easily able to transmit the way slower internet connection of 54Mbps (60 Meg (Mbps) = 7.25 MB/sec)
You say you have changed channels but I would put my money on some kind of interference if it is dropping out completely or a faulty router.
also BT do score higher on the connection figures
http://www.thinkbroadband.com/images/news/7688-ofcom-package-analysis-thumb.png


Can only assume it's a faulty router then. That would make most sense. I was testing on an s6 and my husbands note 4. I would change channel, the wireless signal would increase for a period before playing up again. I've given up with it now.
To be fair, our house is a signal blackspot for most mobile signals tho. We're with ee using a signal booster box. I'd guess this could also be the issue but talk talk were fine for 8+years.
Either way, I'm searching for a new provider this month because of their rubbish retentions 'offer' X)
jenmumof5
mcormack
jenmumof5
mcormack
jenmumof5
17mbps is some slow these days
17mbps is adequate,
I stream movies and watch live football with no problems at all.
I've had BT *up to* 54mbps for 1 year but the wireless is much lower, even speed testing with my phone sat on the infinity box. I've spent all year faffing with channels while my nowtv/Netflix drops out (iplayer is worst of all) It hasn't copped with 4 devices at all. I cant imagine what up to 17mbps would be like for me.
And now I've come to renew they want £23.99 plus £200+ line rental. Even the operator in retentions apologised lol
Bye bye BT
This issue should be reported to Openreach, it's not a network provider problem.
If that's the case, which it may well be, why did I never have an issue with talk talk?
And also, how would open reach affect the efficacy of the BT wireless signal? It comes in at 54mbps as tested by a wired laptop then my phone tests the wireless signal, sat on top of the box and it drops to 20mbps at best. BT tell me it's their most up to date box too
That doesn't make any sense the router will be IEEE 802.11 ac and any decent phone over the last 4 years would have the ac standard which is capable of up to 1000 mbit/sec (125 MB/sec) which is easily able to transmit the way slower internet connection of 54Mbps (60 Meg (Mbps) = 7.25 MB/sec)
You say you have changed channels but I would put my money on some kind of interference if it is dropping out completely or a faulty router.
also BT do score higher on the connection figures
http://www.thinkbroadband.com/images/news/7688-ofcom-package-analysis-thumb.png

Edited By: nougat on Apr 18, 2017 12:49
mcormack
jenmumof5
mcormack
jenmumof5
17mbps is some slow these days
17mbps is adequate,
I stream movies and watch live football with no problems at all.
I've had BT *up to* 54mbps for 1 year but the wireless is much lower, even speed testing with my phone sat on the infinity box. I've spent all year faffing with channels while my nowtv/Netflix drops out (iplayer is worst of all) It hasn't copped with 4 devices at all. I cant imagine what up to 17mbps would be like for me.
And now I've come to renew they want £23.99 plus £200+ line rental. Even the operator in retentions apologised lol
Bye bye BT
This issue should be reported to Openreach, it's not a network provider problem.


If that's the case, which it may well be, why did I never have an issue with talk talk?
And also, how would open reach affect the efficacy of the BT wireless signal? It comes in at 54mbps as tested by a wired laptop then my phone tests the wireless signal, sat on top of the box and it drops to 20mbps at best. BT tell me it's their most up to date box too
Awful service, low speed, line drops, frequent price hikes, unethical and rude customer service........list can go on!!
Able to leave from the bunch of cowboys and never ever back again!
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KAZAM R6 UK Unlocked Dual SIM Ruggedised / Tough / Tradesman Mobile Phone £43.99 (£47 delivered) 7dayshop

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

Hot pity it is not 4G
I'd still manage to break the bloody thing some how...
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BT Home SmartPhone S II - £23.48 Delivered @ BT Shop

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received mine.... thanks op....
it's not super quick.... but serve my needs....
reviews aren't good... it's a no from me
jonmur
Would this work with Skype etc just connected to WiFi and not used as a land-line?
in theory - yes
Would this work with Skype etc just connected to WiFi and not used as a land-line?
esar
What we really need is a dect to gsm interface, so that you could use a mobile on a landline.
You'd kinda need your own personal cell tower
Maplin have these - was in yesterday but didnt pay any attention i am afraid !
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BLUBOO Dual 4G Phablet Quad Core Dual Back Camera 5.5 Inch Super Value Smart Phone - £90.53 @ GearBest

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cullies
uk3g
Am I missing something here. The OP makes no mention of IOS nor is it mentioned on the gearbest website so why is it being mentioned at all
Orginal Post has now been edited. Cold for messing around

Oh thanks for that Cullies. It seemed odd.
Probably better off going for the Argos £99 Vodafone Smart Ultra 7 as this gives you an £10 voucher to spend on something else.
Are Blu phones still coming with preloaded spyware?
Seem to recall they got caught out for it last year....Think i read it on the register.
uk3g
Am I missing something here. The OP makes no mention of IOS nor is it mentioned on the gearbest website so why is it being mentioned at all
Orginal Post has now been edited. Cold for messing around

Edited By: cullies on Apr 13, 2017 13:11
cullies
what about customs duties?
No customs duties as such, and import fees would be highly unlikely unless buyer specifies expedited shipping, when total fees would be VAT on the total cost inc shipping plus carrier's admin fee of £8+.
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£10.00 PAYG credit + FREE Alcatel 10.16 mobile phone on EE pay as you go - ebay / ee-uk-shop

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.... Yes, I've just started watching The Wire
junior37311
Is this what they called a threw away phone.?


Or a "burner"
Is this what they called a threw away phone.?
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Lenovo B Mobile Phone PAYG £29.99 delivered @ O2

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Anyone found a shockproof case for this anywhere whether on ebay, aliexpress or elsewhere ?
finknottle
icavak
It can be unlocked on eBay for £1.99 here
You can indeed buy a code, but if you check the thread from last time this deal was posted the consensus seems to be that it cannot be unlocked except by o2 (after 12 months!)
Obviously can't be certain but it's probably not worth buying this phone unless you're happy using it on o2 or Giffgaff - apparently a Tesco mobile sim won't work even though they use o2.

Yes that was the case at the time of previous thread when the unlock code was around 10-15 quid. But now it is 1.99 and its working. I just purchased a phone on Monday and got it unlocked today.

Edited By: alisat009 on Apr 18, 2017 18:46
icavak
Aman
nishdha
Posted same deal a couple of months back, found out once it arrived it can ONLY be unlocked by o2 which is expensive and not worth it, don't bother using those cheap websites that give unlock codes, they will end up locking the phone permanently so i just use a giffgaff sim with it and btw the LG K4 on o2 website is a much better phone especially because the touch screen on this Lenovo sucks
Can anyone confirm that they have been able to unlock the handset using an Ebay purchased code?
I have unlocked two devices. The seller on eBay took about 36 hours to reply though.

Looks like it's worth the purchase.
Aman
nishdha
Posted same deal a couple of months back, found out once it arrived it can ONLY be unlocked by o2 which is expensive and not worth it, don't bother using those cheap websites that give unlock codes, they will end up locking the phone permanently so i just use a giffgaff sim with it and btw the LG K4 on o2 website is a much better phone especially because the touch screen on this Lenovo sucks
Can anyone confirm that they have been able to unlock the handset using an Ebay purchased code?
I have unlocked two devices. The seller on eBay took about 36 hours to reply though.
nishdha
Posted same deal a couple of months back, found out once it arrived it can ONLY be unlocked by o2 which is expensive and not worth it, don't bother using those cheap websites that give unlock codes, they will end up locking the phone permanently so i just use a giffgaff sim with it and btw the LG K4 on o2 website is a much better phone especially because the touch screen on this Lenovo sucks

Can anyone confirm that they have been able to unlock the handset using an Ebay purchased code?
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Vkworld Stone V3: world's 1st rugged Triple-SIM phone, IP68 waterproof, 3000mAh = £17.08 @ AliExpress / VKWORLD

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Expired? Can't get at £17?
For those wanting a quad SIM phone here you go;)
why do ali express stick warranty automatically on ... I dont want it :\
Crossbow
zer01
Would there be any import duty to pay on this?
Not for something this cheap. I think it needs to be £36 or more to incur anything extra.
You could still get stung for VAT (+ courier company's charge to collect the tax)
can you get whatsapp on this ?
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SIM Free Alcatel Idol 3 with 1.5GB RAM, NFC - £59.00 @ Sainsbury's Phone Shop

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Refurbished version is available for £49. But may not come with JBL Earphones and accessories.
http://www.phoneshopbysainsburys.co.uk/pay-as-you-go-phones/alcatel-idol-3-4-7-grey-refurb.html
OOS.
livreg
Gollywood
barmrest
8GB + 1.5GB, might as well buy a potato and use that as your phone.
What chip does it have? :{
A phone deal and you wedge a potato pun into it. Sorry I'll get my jacket.

You deserve a roasting
59 pounds on a phone ? madness
Gollywood
barmrest
8GB + 1.5GB, might as well buy a potato and use that as your phone.

What chip does it have? :{


A phone deal and you wedge a potato pun into it. Sorry I'll get my jacket.
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anyone else get one?
mine arrived today, not bad for price. my old mobile died on Monday so good timing.
Now £97.
Daughter is still waiting on her Doogee Shoot 1...
Not bad for the price.
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BT Unlimited Superfast Fibre Infinity 1, line rental, W/end calls all for £13.15pm after c/back - £28.99 pm (£59.99 fees cover activation + Smart Hub router) but £150 Mastercard and £100 TCB reduces potentially to £13.15 pm

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tricia31
I didn't realise you had to claim your reward via there website. I followed the link https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/bt-reward-card
& clicked on claim the reward & I got a text saying the card will be delivered within 30 days :)
Following this link wont help either. It takes you to the same website. I had my service activated 4 days ago. I tried claiming the Mastercard and had message saying I am not eligible. I called and BT will get back to me wihin 5 days. 2 hours on the phone though :(

It's a shame it didn't work for you, it worked for me. If it helps only 1 person get the gift card it's worth posting. :)
tricia31
I didn't realise you had to claim your reward via there website. I followed the link https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/bt-reward-card
& clicked on claim the reward & I got a text saying the card will be delivered within 30 days :)
Following this link wont help either. It takes you to the same website. I had my service activated 4 days ago. I tried claiming the Mastercard and had message saying I am not eligible. I called and BT will get back to me wihin 5 days. 2 hours on the phone though :(
I didn't realise you had to claim your reward via there website. I followed the link https://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/bt-reward-card
& clicked on claim the reward & I got a text saying the card will be delivered within 30 days :)
RUSNAFU
kharma45
tricia31
Has anyone had there quidco cash back paid or received their MasterCard yet?
I went through TCB and it tracked but for the MasterCard it's showing on their website as no reward being attached to my account.
Same here, I called BT today as there had been an issue with Virgin releasing my number. The Mastercard reward wasn't showing on the account and wouldn't have been paid. The Topcashback had tracked though!
I've had to cancel the order with BT and they advised re-ordering. The Mastercard is now £125 and the monthly price has increased to £34.99.
Not quite the offer I was expecting....
EDIT;
I've ordered again through Uswitch with the £28.99 p/m still available and a £125 mastercard and £40 M&S voucher.
We try again....

I gave them a call and the fella said that he'd had quite a few calls about it over the weekend. He said mine was attached to the account fwiw. I'll check again in a week or two.
kharma45
tricia31
Has anyone had there quidco cash back paid or received their MasterCard yet?
I went through TCB and it tracked but for the MasterCard it's showing on their website as no reward being attached to my account.

Same here, I called BT today as there had been an issue with Virgin releasing my number. The Mastercard reward wasn't showing on the account and wouldn't have been paid. The Topcashback had tracked though!
I've had to cancel the order with BT and they advised re-ordering. The Mastercard is now £125 and the monthly price has increased to £34.99.
Not quite the offer I was expecting....
EDIT;
I've ordered again through Uswitch with the £28.99 p/m still available and a £125 mastercard and £40 M&S voucher.
We try again....

Edited By: RUSNAFU on Apr 24, 2017 17:12: Additional info
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A Normal Lost Phone Game (was £2.29) - 10p @ Google Play Store

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Cheers op :)
snowplay
Bought and heat added.... Weird game though. Will need to look up how to play it as not obvious!
Just finished it in under an hour. Start reading texts from bottom and you work your way through after figuring out passwords etc for other apps, WiFi etc on the phone. Interesting game. A bit heart breaking at times.
Bought and heat added.... Weird game though. Will need to look up how to play it as not obvious!
bought heat added
Thanks op have some heat, been after this one for a while now

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Samsung Galaxy S8 - Phone only - Preorder - £26pm (£624.00 total) @ Sky Mobile

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I had an email advertising the S8 for £36pm with 1GB data, but it seems that when clicking through you can choose just the phone for £26pm + Potential £135 quidco https://www.quidco.com/sky-mobile… Read More
I had an email advertising the S8 for £36pm with 1GB data, but it seems that when clicking through you can choose just the phone for £26pm + Potential £135 quidco https://www.quidco.com/sky-mobile…
madasacatter Avatar2w, 16h agoFound 2 weeks, 16 hours ago8 Comments
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It's all covered pretty well here - or search for which.co.uk sky mobile swap

http://www.which.co.uk/news/2017/04/sky-mobile-swap-is-the-yearly-upgrade-plan-too-good-to-be-true-which-reveals-all/


Edited By: FredSlimm on Apr 11, 2017 19:23
We're sorry, but you must add a plan in order to buy a phone with Sky Mobile.


For standard S8

Total phone payment £771.00
Upfront payment £0.00
Monthly payments
Months 1 to 24 £26.00
Months 25 to 30 £24.50
Total credit £771.00
Retail price £777.00
Swap option price £147.00
Length of agreement 30 months
Interest rate fixed 0%
APR representative 0%

Nice of them not to charge any interest but use a ridiculous RRP.

Shocking!



Edited By: callum84 on Apr 11, 2017 11:37: .
The total cost is £780. The total term is 30 months, but you can swap after 24. Don't fall for it.
These are 30 months contracts so works out more expensive than Sim free phone from other sites. Also its more expensive than Samsung Loan deal
Cold for me
30 month loan agreement

Nope.
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Alcatel Idol 4 £170.00 @ Sainsbury's Phone Shop (+£2.50 Delivery)

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£170.00 @ Sainsbury's Phone shop
Sound Get pumped up with powerful dual speakers and Hi-Fi headphones. Listen to music, videos and games the way they were meant to be heard. Reversibility Idol 4 is reversible in 3 ways. Pick… Read More
Sound Get pumped up with powerful dual speakers and Hi-Fi headphones. Listen to music, videos and games the way they were meant to be heard. Reversibility Idol 4 is reversible in 3 ways. Pick…
robertfrancis1975 Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago5 Comments
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BHOY56
Don't know why this post is cold. £200 @ John Lewis. I have it and is still one of the best budget phones out there. Easily better than the Moto g.

Stuck on Android 6, Moto G4 now on Android 7, small battery


Edited By: cullies on Apr 12, 2017 20:37: s
not even worth it I bet if you tried to resell it you be lucky to get £60 for it
it was on Tesco Direct site for £159 incl VR Headset as sim-free for a quite long a couple of months ago, but still too expensive for me.Let us wait for o2 PAYG Deal :)
Don't know why this post is cold. £200 @ John Lewis. I have it and is still one of the best budget phones out there. Easily better than the Moto g.
This phone is defo on my 'watch' list but it'd have to be heavily discounted to about the £100 mark. I wonder if we'll ever see the like of that awesome O2 deal on the Idol 3?!
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Sky Accessories Sale, HD Remotes from £4.99, Phone cases from £1.49 order each item seperate and get £1.80 cashback for each item ordered

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Sky HD remotes from £4.99 team Sky water bottle £1.49 Team Sky phone cases £1.49 Sky Q Remotes from £20 Now tv remote £3.49 Sky On Demand connector £14.99 LG Soundbar £99 (£4.50 topcashback , Qu… Read More
Sky HD remotes from £4.99 team Sky water bottle £1.49 Team Sky phone cases £1.49 Sky Q Remotes from £20 Now tv remote £3.49 Sky On Demand connector £14.99 LG Soundbar £99 (£4.50 topcashback , Qu…
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smshuk
Same story here. Made 2 orders around 2 weeks ago, didn't receive anything. Order query links don't work. Calling them is painful...

Not up for a Sky Q hub?
Same story here. Made 2 orders around 2 weeks ago, didn't receive anything. Order query links don't work. Calling them is painful...
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carlblakemore
No water bottles left now.
They have taken my money, but not received anything yet and am trying to chase it up unsuccessfully. Wouldn't recommend Sky Accessories shop to anyone, that's for sure! Keep getting told on email to click on the order link, which doesn't work!!!

I got a brand new Sky Q hub which I don't need that Sky have actually refused to take back off me even though I've now asked them to three times if you want it? :{

http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/IMG_20170424_003216_zpsyr5saiht.jpg
carlblakemore
No water bottles left now.

They have taken my money, but not received anything yet and am trying to chase it up unsuccessfully. Wouldn't recommend Sky Accessories shop to anyone, that's for sure! Keep getting told on email to click on the order link, which doesn't work!!!
Bargain for a fiver. I'll have to cover the MCFC logo though.
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£115 now
I've owned this exact model for the past 3 months and can confirm it is of excellent build quality (metal body) and performs remarkably well for it's price and specification. I've not found any specific fault or problem with either the hardware or software. I'm running it on the '3' network and it performs well with a download speed of 20+ MB/sec. In my home it achieves 15+ MB/sec on WiFi from a Sky router. The fingerprint security is swift and positive.
Excellent spec for under £100.

I paid about £114 for a Vernee Mars recently from AliExpress (it came from Singapore) and with the exception of one software issue around Android 7.0 Nougat (wifi dropping), the rest of the performance and spec is excellent, and has turned me on to the whole 'Chinese' phone market in future.

This looks fairly similar to several 'Chinese' phones like Ulephone, Xiomi and others, yet this is from the UK so you get Amazon's warranty.

You can't go wrong for the price and the Amazon CS protection really.

Heat
Well it has band 20 for UK use but a 2MP selfie camera sounds terrible. (Not voted hot or cold).

Edited By: lazyfatboy on Apr 10, 2017 13:24

pixel phone by googlePhones: Keeping the World in Touch

Telephones appeared in the late 19th century and within 20 years they had become mainstream in the United States and Europe. Nowadays, there are more mobile phone devices in the world than people. Everyone seems to be on their smartphone and almost every home has a landline. It’s fair to say that without phones modern life wouldn’t be possible.

Whether you are looking to upgrade your basic mobile to a state-of-the-art smartphone or you need a new landline, this buyer’s guide explains the kinds of phones on offer today, and how to find the best phone deals possible.

Revolutionary Communication

Although the modern phone was invented by Scotsman Alexander Graham Bell in 1875, communication across long distances was nothing new. People had been sending telegrams for decades, and before that carrier pigeons, beacons and semaphore had all been used to transmit information across miles of territory.

What changed in 1875 was that speech could now be conveyed. For the first time, people could talk to others who could be miles away, or even across the ocean following the first New York to London call in 1927. By 1935, it was possible to phone locations on the other side of the world. Phones connected every continent, thus revolutionising the way we communicate.

After World War II, innovations continued. Push-button phones replaced devices that used rotary dials. The idea of cellular phones was suggested by AT&T in 1971 and fibre optic cables came along in the 1980s. During the 1990s, mobile phones took off, as did the internet, culminating in the marriage of the internet superhighway and telephones when the first smartphones arrived in the 2000s.

These days, phones function as speech transmitters, web browsers, maps, messagers, gaming devices, calendars, fitness aids – among many other things. It’s easy to see why the UK has become a smartphone obsessed nation, and why it’s so important to people to have the right phone in their pocket or home.

How Do Phones Work?

Before looking at the types of phone available, it might be handy to recap how phones work. Modern mobile phones are very different to the kind pioneered by Graham Bell. Mobiles use variable capacitance (the ability of materials to store electric charge).

As you speak, the acoustic waves created by your voice act on sheets of metal in the phone which act as a capacitor. One of these responds to pressure by moving, changing the distance between the two sheets. When the distance grows, more charge flows out of the capacitor and this variable flow of current is translated into a flow of data that represents your voice.

This current is then turned into radio waves by your smartphone handset, which communicates with a nearby receiver, which in turn sends the signal onto a target close to the person you are trying to call. The data is then unscrambled back into radio waves and beamed to the handset of the recipient.

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What You Can Do With Modern Phones

The major change in phones over the past ten years has been the vast increase in their capabilities. Nowadays, actually speaking into a phone isn’t its sole purpose. It’s still important, for sure, but most phone companies try to build in myriad functions to attract customers.

Smartphone users will be familiar with what modern models can do. They can take photos and videos, browse the web, make calls, send SMS and WhatsApp messages, stream videos, store audio libraries and films, play games, run mapping apps, turn themselves into virtual casinos or stores, provide nutritional advice, send notifications of upcoming events – a whole host of other functions that users have come to rely on.

You might not be aware that landlines are experiencing a similar uptick in their functionality. Gone are the days when speed-dial was an exotic innovation. Nowadays, landlines can routinely link up with smart devices in the home, controlling TVs, cookers, heating and fridges. They also come with Wi-Fi as part of the package, enabling you to use apps like Google Voice to make calls across the web – cutting costs in the process.

Although many people may question the need for another smartphone, this kind of innovation is becoming mainstream, with companies like Siemens and Panasonic investing heavily in smartphone-landline hybrids.

The Different Types of Phone Available Today

When it comes to purchasing a phone, you’ll find plenty of choices at listings sites like HotUKDeals and major retailers like Carphone Warehouse or Currys. Here are some of the basic varieties to look out for:

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  • Basic mobile phones – At the lower end of the mobile market, it’s hard to get hold of non-smartphone varieties, but some brands still offer very limited handsets at an extremely low price. Models like the Alcatel 10.16 or the Nokia 105 are durable, functional and very, very cheap. You won’t be able to play FIFA, but you can browse the web (in a basic fashion), set alarms, make calls and listen to music.
  • Low-end smartphones – There’s a wide range of smartphones to choose from, so don’t leap for iPhones automatically. Models like the Blu Vivo 6, the BQ Aquarius X5 and the Wileyfox Swift 2 are all fitted with cameras, a decent amount of RAM and disk space. They may not have the specs of elite phones but they will usually be hundreds of pounds cheaper, so if you aren’t a serious mobile tech fan, they could be ideal.
  • Premium smartphones – The elite of the smartphone world remains iconic brands like the Apple iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy (although you can find cheaper J class models in the Galaxy range, too). Models like the iPhone 7 and the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge offer plenty of RAM, slick interfaces, great customer support, high-spec cameras and longer battery life than cheaper models.
  • Phablets – We’re not going to deal with tablets in this guide, as they really are more like mini-computers, but “phablets” are an alternative to smartphones. A fusion of phones and tablets, phablets like the Google Pixel XL and the OnePlus 3T have larger screens (5.5 inches and larger) than conventional smartphones and tend to be suited to stylus use as well. If you love to doodle or make notes, they could be the models for you.
  • Corded landlines – The kind of landline we all grew up with, many home phones sold today are still reliant on power cords to link the phone unit and the handset. They may be less mobile than cordless varieties, but corded phones are handy for desks and tend to come with more business-friendly features. For example, the Siemens Gigaset can handle four calls at once, has space for 1,000 contacts, synchs up with laptops easily and can also hook up with cordless phones across the home or office.
  • Cordless landlines – Increasingly popular in recent years, cordless landlines provide complete freedom to wander around as you chat (within the limitations of the charge held by your phone). Features to look out for include the number of extra phones that can be connected – as you may need to situate a few around the house. You may also want to add smart controllers for home devices, and internet browsing functions as well. Some models, such as Panasonic’s Link2Mobile range, can also use Bluetooth to hook up to your smartphone while you are near the landline receiver, allowing you to use it as an extra handset.
  • Phones with special capabilities – There are also landlines for users with special requirements. For instance, you can purchase phones with larger buttons and displays, helping those with visual impairments, and Braille varieties are also available. Some models can be toggled to increase the volume significantly, for those who are hard of hearing, while some include brightly flashing call notifications.

One trend to look out for is the convergence of mobile phones and landlines. Increasingly, landlines are being used to call via the web, and smartphones are serving as landline handsets. Expect this trend to continue, with the likelihood that you won’t actually need a landline in the near future: in some cases, a smartphone and Wi-Fi will do the job on its own. However, for now, standard landlines are the go-to option for home usage and, as you can see, there are many available options.

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How to Choose the Right Landline

When it comes to choosing the type of phone for your home, there are a number of things to look out for.

Firstly, you’ll need to think about whether you need a corded phone in your home. Many people advise that homes have at least one corded phone, as it will (usually) provide a reliable connection should other phones be unavailable. However, as cordless and mobile technology develops, this seems less important. Then again, if you are very concerned about having phone service every single hour of every day, a cordless phone will provide some reassurance. Moreover, they tend to offer better sound quality as well (as no wireless transmission gets in the way of your signal), which can be important for those who are hard of hearing.

If you go for a cordless phone, which many people do, check the kind of range it provides. You don’t want to walk down the garden, only to be cut off at a crucial moment. Check the sound quality as well. Lower quality phones can sound muffled and indistinct, something that most phone users will want to avoid.

Additional features could make a difference too (though you’ll pay more for extra functionality). For instance, you may need an elaborate answering machine with your phone. Some offer an hour of recorded calls, others less than 15 minutes, so check before you buy, as you don’t want to miss any messages.siemens gigaset landline

Caller ID could be handy as well, although not all phones provide it. Caller ID allows you to see who is calling (or at least, whether it is a registered contact), and you can tell who has tried to call as well. Most Caller ID systems also let you hide your own identity if desired, another handy feature.

Other features include the ability to switch to hands-free mode at the touch of a button. Charging time matters as well (and you’ll be surprised by how quickly cheaper landlines can run down), as does the physical interface used by the phone. Many advanced models come with LED screens that can provide visual notifications and clear menus to customise your phone.

What about smart cordless phones? Seemingly the wave of the future, could they be the right option to go for? Although they may seem exotic, smart landlines actually could save you plenty of money, so they are well worth considering. Sure, they may cost more right now, but you can download apps that enable you to call via the web for almost no charge. Some also come with video cameras on the front, enabling you to carry out video calls.

The downside of smart landlines (aside from the cost) is probably that they sap charge more quickly, and are more complicated for everyday users. Then again, you should be able to get to grips with them easily if you are a regular smartphone user. And, just as importantly, they are becoming more popular and more advanced all the time, so look out for the latest models.

Finding the Right Phone Accessories

Whether you purchase a smartphone or an advanced landline phone, the accessories you choose could make it easier to use, protect it from harm and add to its functionality. Here are some of the most useful phone accessories to consider:

  • Cases – Allow you to customise the look of your smartphone, with brightly coloured and branded designs on offer from fashion companies like Urban Outfitters and River Island. You can also use services like Photobox to create custom-made covers with photos or your own patterns.
  • Holders – Allow you to clip your smartphone in place, whether that’s on a tabletop or in your car. Companies like Halfords have a huge range of holders for motorists, enabling your phone to double up as a GPS navigation device.
  • Chargers – Phones need to be fed a constant diet of electrical current and you can buy replacement chargers for any common models. Even better, you’ll also find swivel chargers from manufacturers like Belkin, which enable you to charge multiple phones, and power banks, which act as a supplement for digital devices when your charge runs out on the road.
  • Landline accessories – You can also buy plenty of specialist landline accessories, including headsets, replacement cabling and ports, marker pens to add your identification information and separate caller ID units.

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How to Find the Best Phone Deals

Everyone has different telecommunication needs. Some people hardly need a landline, they are so well connected via the internet and their smartphone. Others rely on landlines to stay in touch with the outside world, and aren’t comfortable with smartphones at all.

Most people end up somewhere in between. We use mobile phones as part of everyday life, and feel the need to say up to date with our choice of handset, but we also feel the need for a landline – generally one that provides good mobility and sound quality.

Even then, everyone is different. Some people will like the idea of smart landlines which blend smartphone and traditional phone functions. Others will want a powerful corded desktop unit with heavy-duty call waiting functions. With so many phone choices around, it’s entirely up to you.

However, whatever phone you choose, always try to get the best possible price. Smartphones in particular vary dramatically in price for the same handset between different retailers. Don’t just settle for the first shop you visit. Check high street brands like Currys, John Lewis, Tesco, Argos, Carphone Warehouse, Apple and Three – you’ll find wide variation.

Even better, make a habit of checking HotUKDeals whenever you buy a phone. We post the latest phone deals from those high street retailers, along with online merchants like Amazon, eBay sellers, uSwitch and ShopTo. There are deals for both landlines and smartphones, as well as accessories (and contracts), so shop around the smart way by going online.

Pick the right time to shop as well. If you know that Samsung are readying a big launch, but don’t mind owning the previous model of Galaxy, just before the launch is a good time to look for deals as retailers will want to get rid of older models. Black Friday in November is also prime bargain hunting territory, as are the January Sales.

Save Money on Telecommunications at the HotUKDeals Phone Listings

Everyone wants a landline or mobile phone they can rely on to do what they need it to do. But getting a good deal on your phone is equally crucial. You can find the latest offers on landlines, smartphones and accessories at the HotUKDeals phone listings, so pick up a cut-price phone today.