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5gb 4G data - Unlimited minutes / texts - 30 days sim contract @ Plusnet Mobile £10.00 month

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£10.00 @ Plusnet
Unlimited minutes / texts 5gb 4G data 30 days contract Inclusive minutes include calls to UK landlines starting 01, 02 or 03, voicemail and any UK mobile network. Inclusive standard text messages ar… Read More
Unlimited minutes / texts 5gb 4G data 30 days contract Inclusive minutes include calls to UK landlines starting 01, 02 or 03, voicemail and any UK mobile network. Inclusive standard text messages ar…
szaman81 Avatar6h, 36m agoFound 6 hours, 36 minutes ago30 Comments
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cwj3820
pookypony
What is their Smart Cap? Can't find anything about on their site.
When you take out a plan you tell them what cap you want in place if you say £5 then if you exceed your calling plan your bill will not exceed £5 if you go over,the lowest you can take it out is £2 I think


We had to phone an 0844 number and they credited account to make sure we stayed within the cap! was a nice surprise. Although an expense £10 call
pookypony
What is their Smart Cap? Can't find anything about on their site.


When you take out a plan you tell them what cap you want in place if you say £5 then if you exceed your calling plan your bill will not exceed £5 if you go over,the lowest you can take it out is £2 I think
dlozuk
On mse website it says NEW plusnet. Have any exisiting plusnet mobile been able to switch?

just read t&c
Available to new and existing customers signing up at http://www.plus.net/mobile/deals/5gb/mse/jul17 or by calling Plusnet between 17th July and 30th July 2017.



Yes I have
Thanks for this
I meant in general. Not dissing this particular deal in general, just the phone market. I'd expect Unlimited Texts/1000-5000 mins/10GB for about £10.
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Three Sim Only - 600 mins / Unlimited Texts / 8GB - 1 month contract £13.00

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£13.00 @ Three
600 minutes Unlimited Texts 8GB 4G Data Includes Roaming and Tethering I realise other companies may do some better deals but they're usually 12 month contracts whereas this is only a month contract.… Read More
600 minutes Unlimited Texts 8GB 4G Data Includes Roaming and Tethering I realise other companies may do some better deals but they're usually 12 month contracts whereas this is only a month contract.…
shindyroo Avatar8h, 14m agoFound 8 hours, 14 minutes ago11 Comments
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This still works. Not sure why it's expired
AyyL
shindyroo
I've added the link to the description, found via Money Supermarket
it's still not working for me, get the following messageSorry there is nothing selected.
We only keep items in your basket for a limited time.
If you still want to buy something from us, please go back to the store.

Added Money Supermarket link now
cathmawby1
srp111
coventgamer
I get unlimited mins and texts an 8gb data for 12 quid
Lucky you confused
do u have a link for this deal?

http://www.moneysupermarket.com/mobile-phones/deal/?id=167112811372
srp111
coventgamer
I get unlimited mins and texts an 8gb data for 12 quid
Lucky you confused

do u have a link for this deal?
shindyroo
I've added the link to the description, found via Money Supermarket


it's still not working for me, get the following message

Sorry there is nothing selected.
We only keep items in your basket for a limited time.
If you still want to buy something from us, please go back to the store.
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1GB data, 500 mins, 5000 texts - 12 months sim only contract (£7.50/month, £90 total) @ Tesco Mobile

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£7.50 @ Tesco Mobile
Tesco have doubled both the 4G data allowance (from 500MB) and minutes (from 250) on this tariff. Occasionally they double the minutes on this tariff, but I haven't seen both data and minutes doubled.… Read More
Tesco have doubled both the 4G data allowance (from 500MB) and minutes (from 250) on this tariff. Occasionally they double the minutes on this tariff, but I haven't seen both data and minutes doubled.…
YolkiePolkie Avatar9h, 23m agoFound 9 hours, 23 minutes ago8 Comments
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agneepath
Dont forget tesco xtras which will give you a discount of £3 per month.


Only on android
Very good signal everywhere never had a problem anywhere, but you will get a better deal over the phone with customer services than in store !!
Dont forget tesco xtras which will give you a discount of £3 per month.
Pleased to have been able to help :)
Good deal - I just switched my current contract.
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3 PAYG 4G Trio SIM Pack Incl. 300 Mins, 3000 Texts and 12GB of Data - MYMEMORY - £19.75

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£19.75 @ MyMemory
Preloaded with 300 minutes + 3000 texts + 12GB data which lasts for 30 days. Once you have used up your preloaded bundle, top up and Pay As You Go. Three's Pay As You Go Trio SIM has all SIM types on Read More
Preloaded with 300 minutes + 3000 texts + 12GB data which lasts for 30 days. Once you have used up your preloaded bundle, top up and Pay As You Go. Three's Pay As You Go Trio SIM has all SIM types on
Phill_1981 Avatar9h, 50m agoFound 9 hours, 50 minutes ago9 Comments
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Thanks mattmerch
daskapital
AndyRoyd
Assuming the merchant's description is correct, the only real attraction of this deal is as normally 3 do not permit handset SIMS to be used in or for data-only devices such as tablets. Otherwise, hardly a bargain but 25p cheaper than the standard £20 AIO20 (provides same allowances), Quidco eleigible and comes with a SIM.
handset chip working just fine in my huawei 4g modem.
As you indicate, it is very simple to bypass 3's handset-only t&c restriction which is typically attempted via IMEI recognition.
AndyRoyd
Assuming the merchant's description is correct, the only real attraction of this deal is as normally 3 do not permit handset SIMS to be used in or for data-only devices such as tablets. Otherwise, hardly a bargain but 25p cheaper than the standard £20 AIO20 (provides same allowances), Quidco eleigible and comes with a SIM.

handset chip working just fine in my huawei 4g modem.
Assuming the merchant's description is correct, the only real attraction of this deal is
...You can connect your tablet to the internet whether you are at home, at the office, or out and about...
as normally 3 do not permit handset SIMS to be used in or for data-only devices such as tablets. Otherwise, hardly a bargain but 25p cheaper than the standard £20 AIO20 (provides same allowances), Quidco eleigible and comes with a SIM.
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O2 The Big Bundle Pay As You Go Sim Card - 1p - Amazon add-on item

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£0.01 @ Amazon
Another one of the 1p deals to add to your £19.99 Amazon purchase to qualify for free delivery. Read More
Another one of the 1p deals to add to your £19.99 Amazon purchase to qualify for free delivery.
mgb20 Avatar1d, 1h agoFound 1 day, 1 hour ago5 Comments
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whok1844
Isn't the sim free with free postage direct from O2? Thats where i normaly get mine.


While you enter your details on o2, mine would have been delivered from amazon. So definitely worth the four farthings
whok1844
Isn't the sim free with free postage direct from O2? Thats where i normaly get mine.


The point was to get free delivery on an item priced £19.99 on Amazon
Isn't the sim free with free postage direct from O2? Thats where i normaly get mine.
TLA guy is right, it's not an add-on item. At least, not at the moment.
mgb20
Another one of the 1p deals to add to your £19.99 Amazon purchase to qualify for free delivery.
At time of this post, none of the sellers are Amazon, so will not contribute to £20 MOV for freebie delivery https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00KQPDJEI/
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HTC U Play 32 GB SIM-Free Smartphone - Sapphire Blue £251.99 @ Amazon

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£251.99 @ Amazon
This is HTC U Play The playful 5.2” phone that fits perfectly in your hand. It reflects U, with a sophisticated liquid surface. It listens to U, adapting sound to your unique hearing. It captures the… Read More
This is HTC U Play The playful 5.2” phone that fits perfectly in your hand. It reflects U, with a sophisticated liquid surface. It listens to U, adapting sound to your unique hearing. It captures the…
abk1891 Avatar1d, 6h agoFound 1 day, 6 hours ago10 Comments
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Stevie.Badman
abk1891
Stevie.Badman
How many gb ram does this have? I can't see it anywhere.
It's in the title how could you not see it? You need to go to Specsavers :)
Nope, still can't see it
Google it :)
abk1891
Stevie.Badman
How many gb ram does this have? I can't see it anywhere.
It's in the title how could you not see it? You need to go to Specsavers :)
Nope, still can't see it
abk1891
It's in the title how could you not see it? You need to go to Specsavers :D
RAM != ROM

Edited By: bloooo on Jul 25, 2017 14:50: Edited from the official Android app
Stevie.Badman
How many gb ram does this have? I can't see it anywhere.
It's in the title how could you not see it? You need to go to Specsavers :)
How many gb ram does this have? I can't see it anywhere.
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20gb 4G data - 5000 minutes - Unlimites texts - 12 months sim only @ Virgin Mobile £18.00 month) Total £216

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£18.00 @ Virgin Mobile
20gb 4G data 5000 minutes Unlimites texts 12 months sim only £18 month Offer ends 1st August 2017 98% 4G coverage using the EE network Free WiFi at 2 million+ hotspots Roam like home in 43 destin… Read More
20gb 4G data 5000 minutes Unlimites texts 12 months sim only £18 month Offer ends 1st August 2017 98% 4G coverage using the EE network Free WiFi at 2 million+ hotspots Roam like home in 43 destin…
szaman81 Avatar1d, 11h agoFound 1 day, 11 hours ago26 Comments
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Nv5000
I checked quidco and topcashback, but I dont think we can get cashback using this deal. Anyone see any different?
Try anyway by clicking on the £25 deal it may or may not work
I checked quidco and topcashback, but I dont think we can get cashback using this deal. Anyone see any different?
Purchased £18 12 months contract. I was told that they are going to stop 30 day rolling when asked. Heat added as paying £18.49 with o2 for 10GB also rolling data. I have been always on my limit on 10GB data so take a little stress away and save .49p every little helps. not cheaper for existing customers, they were really sure about that when I challenged them to better the £18.


Edited By: graham7 on Jul 25, 2017 14:48
Nv5000
I was told its £18 for current customers
It should show on your account under upgrades although could be customer specific
killasystems
Been trying to log in for ages cant even the forgot password isnt working anyway am pretty happy with there service so will grab the deal later but wont be able to get the cashback as ill be upgrading

Bare in mind you will be moving to 12 months contract unless the agent signs you onto 30 days contract
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10.1" Quad Core Android Tablet PC - Sky Castle 3G Dual SIM 1280x800 IPS Screen Android 5.1 Lollipop for £77.99 Sold by Bluetooth-EU and Fulfilled by Amazon

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£77.99 @ Amazon
Great price for this 10.1" Quad Core Android Tablet PC, it was £102 down to £77.99. Available for color 10.1 black. Note: Bluetooth function could only support with Android phone. Features: Tablet P… Read More
Great price for this 10.1" Quad Core Android Tablet PC, it was £102 down to £77.99. Available for color 10.1 black. Note: Bluetooth function could only support with Android phone. Features: Tablet P…
Hurchfield Avatar1d, 13h agoFound 1 day, 13 hours ago2 Comments
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Giles84
Only 1gb ram!

Exactly. Don't touch this at any price.
Only 1gb ram!
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8gb 4G data - Unlimited minutes / texts - 12 months sim only contract @ Three £14.00 month

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£14.00 @ Three
Three Advanced Plan. 8GB data. All-You-Can-Eat minutes. All-You-Can-Eat texts. 12 months sim only contract length. Includes: 8GB Personal Hotspot Feel At Home Around the World Go Binge £14 mon… Read More
Three Advanced Plan. 8GB data. All-You-Can-Eat minutes. All-You-Can-Eat texts. 12 months sim only contract length. Includes: 8GB Personal Hotspot Feel At Home Around the World Go Binge £14 mon…
szaman81 Avatar3d, 16m agoFound 3 days, 16 minutes ago10 Comments
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whitters
But not able to use this for free in the US, methinks
Not a problem I'm likely to face.
migavupe
£2 more with bt gets you 20gb data, unlimited mins/texts and a nice chunk of Amazon vouchers thrown in.
But not able to use this for free in the US, methinks
optimus_prime2
hey why is it cold?

£2 more with bt gets you 20gb data, unlimited mins/texts and a nice chunk of Amazon vouchers thrown in.
mrty
havoc666
Maybe because in vodafone You get everything unlimited, 16gb internet, free spotify or sky now or sky sport and better signal for £19.
Better signal where you are maybe...erratic at best round here and terrible customer service too. Things do go wrong at Three, it does with all companies, but they fix it quick and you get decent compensation too for missing service (internet was down for six hours, £5 compensation per account . 4 accounts . £20).
I did not say three is bad but e.g. i had problems with signal in doncaster airport and peak district where even o2 is very unstable. Vodafone has been ok there. As well you have free spotify or sky sport (from 18 of july all 8 channels).
DRAMBUI
havoc666
optimus_prime2
hey why is it cold?
Maybe because in vodafone You get everything unlimited, 16gb internet, free spotify or sky now or sky sport and better signal for £19.
Doesnt Vodaphone charge £5 per day for using that plan in the USA where as this one on 3 does not or am i wrong??
I do not see any problem to take this one (or as a second card with vodafone, ee or o2) for people who travel a lot to usa.
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30gb 4G data - Unlimited minutes / texts - 12 months sim only contract (ADDITIONAL SIM) @ Three £18.00 month

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£18.00 @ Three
ADDITIONAL SIM Three Advanced Plan. 30GB data. All-You-Can-Eat minutes. All-You-Can-Eat texts. 12 months sim only contract length. Includes: 30GB Personal Hotspot Feel At Home Around the World Read More
ADDITIONAL SIM Three Advanced Plan. 30GB data. All-You-Can-Eat minutes. All-You-Can-Eat texts. 12 months sim only contract length. Includes: 30GB Personal Hotspot Feel At Home Around the World
szaman81 Avatar3d, 19m agoFound 3 days, 19 minutes ago2 Comments
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sniperuk
what deal are you referring too?

The idiot just linked to Amazon's deal of the day. Nothing special.

what deal are you referring too?
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30gb 4G data - Unlimited minutes / texts - 12 months sim only contract @ Three £20.00 month

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£20.00 @ Three
Three Advanced Plan. 30GB data. All-You-Can-Eat minutes. All-You-Can-Eat texts. 12 months sim only contract length. Includes: 30GB Personal Hotspot Feel At Home Around the World Go Binge £20 m… Read More
Three Advanced Plan. 30GB data. All-You-Can-Eat minutes. All-You-Can-Eat texts. 12 months sim only contract length. Includes: 30GB Personal Hotspot Feel At Home Around the World Go Binge £20 m…
szaman81 Avatar3d, 22m agoFound 3 days, 22 minutes ago7 Comments
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salehunt
Rang EE There is no £15 deal deal available.
Or phone your current supplier. It's not hard
itsdavidjones1984
CampGareth
I get the feeling that's not available to new customers, best thing available on EE's website for new customers is 20GB, unlimited minutes and texts for £21/month, so worse than this deal.
This is why you phone them and see what best deals they have. You can always order off-menu in a restaurant

Rang EE There is no £15 deal deal available.
CampGareth
I get the feeling that's not available to new customers, best thing available on EE's website for new customers is 20GB, unlimited minutes and texts for £21/month, so worse than this deal.
This is why you phone them and see what best deals they have. You can always order off-menu in a restaurant
itsdavidjones1984
CampGareth
Not sure why this is cold, I'm currently paying 20/mo with them for unlimited data and texts but 200 minutes! Gonna see if I can use this as a bargaining chip to get my minutes up.
I pay £15, unlimited texts and calls, 25gb data, bt sport free for a year too on ee. This deal sucks
I get the feeling that's not available to new customers, best thing available on EE's website for new customers is 20GB, unlimited minutes and texts for £21/month, so worse than this deal.
CampGareth
Not sure why this is cold, I'm currently paying 20/mo with them for unlimited data and texts but 200 minutes! Gonna see if I can use this as a bargaining chip to get my minutes up.
I pay £15, unlimited texts and calls, 25gb data, bt sport free for a year too on ee. This deal sucks
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Samsung S8 UK SIM-Free Smartphone - Midnight Black - AMAZON / Dispatched from and sold by G UK TRADE - £551.99

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£551.99 @ Amazon Marketplace
Great price for this phone! I`ve just ordered one for me :) Read More
Great price for this phone! I`ve just ordered one for me :)
Tommi91 Avatar4d, 11h agoFound 4 days, 11 hours ago9 Comments
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FlashbackUK
Comments suggest these are Spanish/Portugese, so likely coming from somewhere else. I'd go for this supplier over Stars com uk though; have you seen the reviews there!?
If you run this through a business and claim back the VAT (assuming a VAT invoice is indeed issued) then it becomes very cheap indeed.
Bui it Duty Free when you're on ya Jollies
Comments suggest these are Spanish/Portugese, so likely coming from somewhere else. I'd go for this supplier over Stars com uk though; have you seen the reviews there!?

If you run this through a business and claim back the VAT (assuming a VAT invoice is indeed issued) then it becomes very cheap indeed.
mattster
Is Amazon Italy still not cheap? Thats where I got mine from. Love the phone apart from the evil bixby button, grrr lol
I remapped the bixby button as one of the first things I did on my S8 plus from Amazon.it .

I chose to remap it to open camera when pressed.
mattster
Is Amazon Italy still not cheap? Thats where I got mine from. Love the phone apart from the evil bixby button, grrr lol
Yeh around 590 Euros

Edited By: mcormack on Jul 21, 2017 15:45
Is Amazon Italy still not cheap? Thats where I got mine from. Love the phone apart from the evil bixby button, grrr lol
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Asus Zenfone 3 ZE552KL 64GB Dual Sim 4G SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Sapphire Black £212.99 @ Eglobal Central

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The Asus ZenFone 3 (ZE552KL) is powered by octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor and it comes with 4GB of RAM. The phone packs 64GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 200GB via a m Read More
The Asus ZenFone 3 (ZE552KL) is powered by octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor and it comes with 4GB of RAM. The phone packs 64GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 200GB via a m
robertfrancis1975 Avatar4d, 23h agoFound 4 days, 23 hours ago5 Comments
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No Band of London 20.
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Wileyfox Swift 2 Plus 32 GB + 3 GB 4G SIM-Free Smartphone with Screen Replacement Card and Hard Case - Gold.£149.99 Amazon

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Was looking through the deals on here, was disappointed to see this same deal in midnight had gone up again but found it in gold when I searched Amazon again so thought I'd post it. Hope that's ok! Read More
Was looking through the deals on here, was disappointed to see this same deal in midnight had gone up again but found it in gold when I searched Amazon again so thought I'd post it. Hope that's ok!
mewlimania Avatar5d, 51m agoFound 5 days, 51 minutes ago23 Comments
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Sorry to torpedo my post but I received my phone yesterday and was initially pleased for about half an hour until I installed the first update at which point the phone ceased charging. It is now dead and going back to Amazon for a refund. I guess I'll leave this up so people can make up their own minds? but personally very disappointed. :(
Quick update sluggishness Al but disappeared weird ghost touch thing comes and goes but only when charging... strange. Overall pretty good battery life acceptable screen ok 32gb memory plenty at the moment camera not very good and missing 5ghz wifi annoying..
Just bought this off Amazon so far day of usage sluggish while installing apps seems better now. Fingerprint reader doesn't seem very accurate seems to be sluggish to turn screen on sometimes. Also have a weird problem of ghost touches uncontrollable screen while case is on I'm going to have to look into that one. I will give it a week but other than niggle seems good.....oh but major flaw is no 5ghz wifi?!??!!? Wtf!
CraigT
My parents have the G5 (I am 90% sure it was the plus) and have to say it looks and feels very nice. Only later I seen some article saying it lacks a compass, not a biggie for them but apparently a little annoying if you want use the navigation. (Only mentioning as you may want to do a bit of research on this before buying). I'm still considering one for my wife when her birthday comess around, to replace an aging S4.
Yes I thought the G5 plus had a compass. Anyway think may hold off for little. As I think Motorola may be introducing some new phones G range. Very soon. :D
bellboys
Given their CS seems so poor/non-existent, have you considered a Chinese import? Certainly the Xiaomi Mi5/zuk z2 pro would be much more of an upgrade than the Wileyfox!
I am leaning towards possibly these Chinese brands. Which one would you recommend under 200 quid. Always had Sony, Samsung HTC. How do hold up against the big boys reference updates, build quality etc.
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Motorola Moto G5 16GB/2GB Dual Sim £125.28 @ Amazon.de

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Seems a reasonable price for an unlocked dual sim G5. Pay in Euros with a fee free card for this price. Read More
Seems a reasonable price for an unlocked dual sim G5. Pay in Euros with a fee free card for this price.
topss Avatar5d, 2h agoFound 5 days, 2 hours ago40 Comments
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No NFC . G5 + has NFC
babylon
Stevie.Badman
2gb ram - cold
Yer, Cos all of a sudden anything that's not 3GB has become obsolete and pants, Get a grip.
I believe 2gb is no longer sufficient
Sorceress1988
I wasn't that keen on the G5. I found the plastic design creaked and the back panel was near impossible to remove without damaging. My device also had a issue where the LCD was not fitted correctly and had light leakage. I would rather spend a bit more and get a phone with more features and better build quality. Huawei hit the spot for me.


The G5 Plus doesn't have a removeable back/battery
I wasn't that keen on the G5. I found the plastic design creaked and the back panel was near impossible to remove without damaging. My device also had a issue where the LCD was not fitted correctly and had light leakage.

I would rather spend a bit more and get a phone with more features and better build quality. Huawei hit the spot for me.
Bendown
nigelbutler
£110 if you fancy a very good used one - amazon warehouse
Cant see them

follow the link - 4 used - 123 euro - thats £110
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OnePlus 5 Dual Sim 4G 64GB SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED- Slate Gray (International Version) £404.99 Eglobal

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£ 5 off with code SHP5Q3 This is 4GB RAM model Read More
£ 5 off with code SHP5Q3 This is 4GB RAM model
sam_of_london Avatar5d, 3h agoFound 5 days, 3 hours ago32 Comments
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mrccjp
They used a code to bring down the upfront cost from 79.99 to 4.99...I remember hearing something like an OAT08 code. I know this because she mentioned the code to the person who procesed the payment. I'll stick in the receipt as soon as I am able to find where did I throw the box. But I would say that it is certainly worth a try. If you want to buy oneplus 5 64gb, and don't mind paying £389 for it, walk into an o2 store and ask if they can reduce the upfront cost to a fiver by using the OAT08 code.
The upfront cost of 4.99? How is that £389? Isn't this for a phone under contract and doesn't your receipt show a 24 month contract?
That's not buying it outright for £389, is it?

It's using O2 refresh. Total cost is £389.
As mentioned previously, pay off the phone after a day and cancel the contract. Thus, £389.
mrccjp
They used a code to bring down the upfront cost from 79.99 to 4.99...I remember hearing something like an OAT08 code. I know this because she mentioned the code to the person who procesed the payment. I'll stick in the receipt as soon as I am able to find where did I throw the box. But I would say that it is certainly worth a try. If you want to buy oneplus 5 64gb, and don't mind paying £389 for it, walk into an o2 store and ask if they can reduce the upfront cost to a fiver by using the OAT08 code.


The upfront cost of 4.99? How is that £389? Isn't this for a phone under contract and doesn't your receipt show a 24 month contract?
That's not buying it outright for £389, is it?
Dug out the receipt and uploaded it here - https://photos.app.g o o . g l/a1IaI5dolnu1lhqB2. Please remove the spaces in url.

Edited By: mrccjp on Jul 22, 2017 22:57: Jul 22, 2017 22:57
battlefield1706
Would like to see a receipt as this is too good to be true... They wouldn't give a massive discount on OP5 considering OP3T is not running any discounts yet..
talkin out of his chuff
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Motorola Moto G5 16GB with 3 GB RAM (Dual Sim) UK SIM-Free Smartphone - Fine Gold £164.99

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£164.99 @ Amazon
Outstanding metal design. Unlimited performance. Meet the Moto G family. Smartphones that bring together an unexpected combination of beauty and power. Take the precision-crafted metal design – a fir… Read More
Outstanding metal design. Unlimited performance. Meet the Moto G family. Smartphones that bring together an unexpected combination of beauty and power. Take the precision-crafted metal design – a fir…
abk1891 Avatar5d, 11h agoFound 5 days, 11 hours ago35 Comments
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jazzuk777
chancooluk
jazzuk777
Except it's not moving apps to SD it is adoptive storage which is different and most people will not notice a speed issue if they use a decent fast card.
I've found adoptable storage to be a bit rubbish, even with fast cards, performance becomes noticeably degraded.
Not all apps can be put on the SD card, its still up to the developer whether an app can run from the card. Apps can also be moved between storage devices in much the same way that they could in older versions of Android (pre-Marshmallow).
There are two big problems with using an SD card as adoptable storage.
1. The filesystem on the card becomes encrypted. So if you use the card to store photos, videos and music the media will only be available in that phone, and the data can only be read from that phone. The SD card can't be used for looking at files on a PC, nor can it be easily moved to a new phone. If the phone breaks, the data from the card is also lost. The card will need to be reformatted before it will work in a new phone.
2. SD cards a prone to failing, especially when used for app storage because of a much larger use of small random read/writes compared to if a card was only used for storing media. I've had 6 cards fail (3 Sandisk, 2 Kingston and 1 Integral) over the past 3 years.
My advice is to always go for the largest internal storage size that fits your budget, especially if you are a heavy app user. SD cards work best as portable storage.
Adoptive storage gets Android to treat the card as the main storage so it doesn't matter about the developer.

That isn't true. The developer must still allow or disallow an app from being put on the SD card. Adoptable storage isn't much different to the old system in Lollipop and prior versions, where you could move apps to the SD card manually. Adoptable storage just allows this to be done automatically, and places the apps on the storage device with the most available free space, as long as the developer of the apps has not restricted it.
chancooluk
jazzuk777
Except it's not moving apps to SD it is adoptive storage which is different and most people will not notice a speed issue if they use a decent fast card.
I've found adoptable storage to be a bit rubbish, even with fast cards, performance becomes noticeably degraded.
Not all apps can be put on the SD card, its still up to the developer whether an app can run from the card. Apps can also be moved between storage devices in much the same way that they could in older versions of Android (pre-Marshmallow).
There are two big problems with using an SD card as adoptable storage.
1. The filesystem on the card becomes encrypted. So if you use the card to store photos, videos and music the media will only be available in that phone, and the data can only be read from that phone. The SD card can't be used for looking at files on a PC, nor can it be easily moved to a new phone. If the phone breaks, the data from the card is also lost. The card will need to be reformatted before it will work in a new phone.
2. SD cards a prone to failing, especially when used for app storage because of a much larger use of small random read/writes compared to if a card was only used for storing media. I've had 6 cards fail (3 Sandisk, 2 Kingston and 1 Integral) over the past 3 years.
My advice is to always go for the largest internal storage size that fits your budget, especially if you are a heavy app user. SD cards work best as portable storage.
Adoptive storage gets Android to treat the card as the main storage so it doesn't matter about the developer. That said 90% of people are not heavy app users - I have 9GB of Apps currently on a 32GB phone (I've chosen to stick with card for mecdia storage only) and this is mainly down to one anomalous app - I got Knights of The Old Republic free on Amazon Underground. I have several apps I would delete quite easily if I had less space. 16GB probably requires a little compromise for some people (I prefer to use shortcuts to sites rather than bulky battery draining apps where possible anyway), but basically everyone I know with a phone does quite happily with 16GB.

Edited By: jazzuk777 on Jul 22, 2017 10:05
jazzuk777
Except it's not moving apps to SD it is adoptive storage which is different and most people will not notice a speed issue if they use a decent fast card.

I've found adoptable storage to be a bit rubbish, even with fast cards, performance becomes noticeably degraded.

Not all apps can be put on the SD card, its still up to the developer whether an app can run from the card. Apps can also be moved between storage devices in much the same way that they could in older versions of Android (pre-Marshmallow).

There are two big problems with using an SD card as adoptable storage.

1. The filesystem on the card becomes encrypted. So if you use the card to store photos, videos and music the media will only be available in that phone, and the data can only be read from that phone. The SD card can't be used for looking at files on a PC, nor can it be easily moved to a new phone. If the phone breaks, the data from the card is also lost. The card will need to be reformatted before it will work in a new phone.

2. SD cards a prone to failing, especially when used for app storage because of a much larger use of small random read/writes compared to if a card was only used for storing media. I've had 6 cards fail (3 Sandisk, 2 Kingston and 1 Integral) over the past 3 years.

My advice is to always go for the largest internal storage size that fits your budget, especially if you are a heavy app user. SD cards work best as portable storage.
jazzuk777
Except it's not moving apps to SD it is adoptive storage which is different and most people will not notice a speed issue if they use a decent fast card.
Please explain adoptive storage. Thanks
Thought it said somewhere else sorry
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LG G6 H870DS 64GB Dual sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - White £305.99 @ eglobal

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White only at this price. Use this code LGPP15 to get this price, plus a possible 2% Quidco. Credit to Pavel76 for the code, nice spot.
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will android pay work on this imported phone?
Vegito
My G4 is on it's way to LG for a repair just now, phoned up and within 5 minutes it was all sorted out.

With sounding like I'm being awkward, what has this got to do with this deal ?
My G4 is on it's way to LG for a repair just now, phoned up and within 5 minutes it was all sorted out.
Adomas1990
Should I buy it using PayPal or just Debit Card? Which payment would be more insuring?
NEVER use a debit card.
Anyone got one and what is the sound like . Anyone have any issues with this and remember the v30 is to be annojcxnsd so it looks like stock clearance on this model although that's a different line but similar specs
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ghost recon wildlands ps4 £34.99 in sale. (so £18 if you use the o2 sim trick)

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yeh but only £10 now. but still basically doubling your money. you can top up £11 by card but some people sometimes have issues with cards. there are other ways to get the 10p you need for the text...its all on the threads..
Is this still working? I used it when you got 20 quid extra. Just one question. Can you really top up with 11 pound through 4444 and you still get the 10 extra?
davejb
its been on here for 2 years and still going.. so its a bit late to try and keep it a secret i think..


davejb
its been on here for 2 years and still going.. so its a bit late to try and keep it a secret i think..


I didn't say keep a secret but the more people that know the more likely it is that the offer gets removed.
Westwoodo
Do not talk about that trick, think about it.

its been on here for 2 years and still going.. so its a bit late to try and keep it a secret i think..
Do not talk about that trick, think about it.
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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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The EE 14.50 only goes up with RPI every year it's a great deal as its rolling. I'm hoping for a free double up to 64 after paying one year but that's at their discretion. I just want more data now
Every 5 months or so EE put the deal on here. It's due in august as the last one was march. I was on unlimited with three for a year till June that was 14 but the quidco took 6 months. Three played hardball last June so glad i overlapped it. The thing is I'm finding it hard to keep inside 32 my football streaming is high. Three know the sweet spot for unlimited data is 16 which is why it's so hard to get it. I thinking of paying a few weeks on a new three SIM and stepping up to it but i don't really want the money exposure on extra data that pushes me above my 16 limit for paying.incidentally I have successfully put a 200 minutes unlimited data three sim in a Sony xperia m4 aqua and the tethering didn't go down so i got effective one plan, that's why I'm wanting three again
pengwyn
6ixFoot1
Chaostheory
6ixFoot1

You don't use the word 'upgrade'. Say you want to more data or mins and you're only looking to pay a pound or two extra. If you say you aren't happy they normally escalate as a complaint to another person who is able to give you further discount
I'm currently on the plan they offered me when they cancelled my One plan which is £16 for 4GB and 600 minutes. I didn't use the word upgrade but said I wanted to change my plan preferably to 30GB and 200 minutes for around £10 like I had seen others get. As my plan is currently £16 I don't want to pay extra but get it reduced. Any further advice is greatly appreciated.
If you are unhappy with the first advisor, they will put you through to someone from the complaints department who will probably give you at least £2 off your current plan. Then you can contact them again a week later and say you'll pay a pound more for the 30GB plan. I know it's not the best but at least you'll be on a decent plan for £15.
I think I've been given good deals as I was always offering to pay more than what I was on (started on a £9pm contract). From 4gb data and unlimited min @ £9pm I went to £10 for 8gb data then to £11 for 30gb data and 200mins and now on 30gb data and 600mins for £12.
100% the complaints department will give you a discount for the plan you're on. Or ask them to change the plan for you as they offered me what I'm currently on for £15 straight away before I negotiated it down.

Could you go from 30 to unlimited by saying 2 pound more and pay 14. Ive seen lots of people on 16 unlimited. Im happy with my 14.50 32 EE but if i could have a year with Three unlimited again for 15 id canx EE and take my chances. Unfortunately i dont have a Three data sim to go at and if i canx EE you can't get that back till the offer is on again


I'm not sure. I could try it I guess but I don't really want to spend anymore and 30GB is plenty for me.

You only get 30GB hotspot allowance on unlimited data though.

How did you get the £14.50 deal? And will the price go up at the end of the contract? My wife is currently on an old T-Mobile, £21 for unlimited data.
6ixFoot1
Chaostheory
6ixFoot1

You don't use the word 'upgrade'. Say you want to more data or mins and you're only looking to pay a pound or two extra. If you say you aren't happy they normally escalate as a complaint to another person who is able to give you further discount
I'm currently on the plan they offered me when they cancelled my One plan which is £16 for 4GB and 600 minutes. I didn't use the word upgrade but said I wanted to change my plan preferably to 30GB and 200 minutes for around £10 like I had seen others get. As my plan is currently £16 I don't want to pay extra but get it reduced. Any further advice is greatly appreciated.
If you are unhappy with the first advisor, they will put you through to someone from the complaints department who will probably give you at least £2 off your current plan. Then you can contact them again a week later and say you'll pay a pound more for the 30GB plan. I know it's not the best but at least you'll be on a decent plan for £15.
I think I've been given good deals as I was always offering to pay more than what I was on (started on a £9pm contract). From 4gb data and unlimited min @ £9pm I went to £10 for 8gb data then to £11 for 30gb data and 200mins and now on 30gb data and 600mins for £12.
100% the complaints department will give you a discount for the plan you're on. Or ask them to change the plan for you as they offered me what I'm currently on for £15 straight away before I negotiated it down.

Could you go from 30 to unlimited by saying 2 pound more and pay 14. Ive seen lots of people on 16 unlimited. Im happy with my 14.50 32 EE but if i could have a year with Three unlimited again for 15 id canx EE and take my chances. Unfortunately i dont have a Three data sim to go at and if i canx EE you can't get that back till the offer is on again
6ixFoot1
Chaostheory
6ixFoot1

You don't use the word 'upgrade'. Say you want to more data or mins and you're only looking to pay a pound or two extra. If you say you aren't happy they normally escalate as a complaint to another person who is able to give you further discount
I'm currently on the plan they offered me when they cancelled my One plan which is £16 for 4GB and 600 minutes. I didn't use the word upgrade but said I wanted to change my plan preferably to 30GB and 200 minutes for around £10 like I had seen others get. As my plan is currently £16 I don't want to pay extra but get it reduced. Any further advice is greatly appreciated.
If you are unhappy with the first advisor, they will put you through to someone from the complaints department who will probably give you at least £2 off your current plan. Then you can contact them again a week later and say you'll pay a pound more for the 30GB plan. I know it's not the best but at least you'll be on a decent plan for £15.
I think I've been given good deals as I was always offering to pay more than what I was on (started on a £9pm contract). From 4gb data and unlimited min @ £9pm I went to £10 for 8gb data then to £11 for 30gb data and 200mins and now on 30gb data and 600mins for £12.
100% the complaints department will give you a discount for the plan you're on. Or ask them to change the plan for you as they offered me what I'm currently on for £15 straight away before I negotiated it down.

Thanks for your help, i'll have another go :)
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Nokia 3 on Pay as you go at £109.00 incl £10 SIM plan @ vodafone

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zlain
iainmann
I've used this phone for a few days now and it does lag. Annoyingly so. 2GB RAM really isn't enough now.
2GB RAM should be fine, maybe its the processor as someone above was mentioned.

It's definitely the processor, but also poorly optimised software. Checkout this speed comparison vs the Moto C Plus, which carries the same SOC and 2GB RAM. The Moto C is significantly better at multitasking, despite the same hardware. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffjJhkVRQ6w
iainmann
I've used this phone for a few days now and it does lag. Annoyingly so. 2GB RAM really isn't enough now.

2GB RAM should be fine, maybe its the processor as someone above was mentioned.
I've used this phone for a few days now and it does lag. Annoyingly so. 2GB RAM really isn't enough now.
lmulli
You can get a decent SD820/821 based phone for that sort of money.


inside what?
zirk
Its a £200 phone, as said in my post if your a Nokia Fan and require Top Notch Flagship specs wait for the Nokia 8 or 9. ;)

You can get a decent SD820/821 based phone for that sort of money.
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EE SIM ONLY DEAL - 4G Multi SIM - Up to 60Mbps Unlimited minutes Unlimited text messages 20 GB data 48 EUROPEAN destinations included for roaming 12 months plan - £21pm (£252.00 total)

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Will the student discount work on this plan, I read that it wont work on already discounted plans.
SweeneyUK
What network would you recommend then smart ar5e?
Buy EE or Vodaphone full speed plan.
nublets2k
Which phone are you using?
Samsung S8
sam_of_london
It is in comparison with their fastest speed. It can never be more than 60Mbps as it is speed limited . Higher speeds are possible with Carrier Aggregation which does not work on this plan. When there are lots of users like in London , the speed fall is very dramatic. I have compared their full speed sim and the 60 mbps speed limited sim and came to this conclusion.
What network would you recommend then smart ar5e?
sam_of_london
nublets2k
sam_of_london
Big Negative. Don't fall for this . You get pathetic speed with up to 60 Mbps. Real speed is very very slow and advanced LTE cat 16 features like carrier aggregation do not work.
You don't need Cat 16 to get good speeds. I often get 100+ and my phones only Cat 4.
It is in comparison with their fastest speed. It can never be more than 60Mbps as it is speed limited . Higher speeds are possible with Carrier Aggregation which does not work on this plan. When there are lots of users like in London , the speed fall is very dramatic. I have compared their full speed sim and the 60 mbps speed limited sim and came to this conclusion.

Which phone are you using?
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Three ADVANCED 4GB/Unlimited mins/text [email protected] 12 month sim (TCB £45 = £6.25 a month) £120.00

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Click through topcashback site, then on the Three sim offer page, click the link to go to 3 home page, scroll down to "existing customer offers" choose: Three ADVANCED Plan 4GB Data. All-y… Read More
Click through topcashback site, then on the Three sim offer page, click the link to go to 3 home page, scroll down to "existing customer offers" choose: Three ADVANCED Plan 4GB Data. All-y…
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buglawton
Wow, Three takes all the bold consumer-friendly steps that the other networks avoid. no doubt building a loyal customer base along the way.
And 5G auction funds from parent customers ;)
Wow, Three takes all the bold consumer-friendly steps that the other networks avoid. no doubt building a loyal customer base along the way.
Three is even better for the kids now: "extending the Premium Call Bar service so that it will also block numbers starting with: 070, 084, 087, 088, 118, 055 and 056, from the 14 August 2017" (y)

https://threemicrosites.co.uk/call-bar

Premium Call Bar service – what’s changing?

As a customer who has used the Premium Call Bar option on your account in the last 12 months, we want to make you aware of some changes to this service.

Currently the Premium Call Bar service you are using only stops you from calling numbers starting with “09”. However, we recognise that there are other high cost services out there that should also be barred. As a result, we are extending the Premium Call Bar service so that it will also block numbers starting with: 070, 084, 087, 088, 118, 055 and 056, from the 14 August 2017.

Why are we making the change?

Calls to Non Geographic Numbers (NGN) do not come out of your plan allowance, they are charged for (additionally) and the cost can add up. We are always looking for ways to ensure you can manage your spend and avoid any surprises.

What next?

If you have any further questions or want to remove the Premium Call Bar you have in place then call us on 333. If you’re on one of our current Advanced or Essential plans, there are a number of features to help you control your spend in the Three app. For more information, click here .
buglawton
With PAYG Three you can direct dial a list of countries at 3p/min and a further list with a 3 digit prefix with similar cut rates. I'm already using it to call someone in France. Do you lose all this with Three contracts like this one?
Sadly the cheap prices for calling abroad are not on the contract deals, only payg.
http://www.three.co.uk/Support/Roaming_and_international/Calling_and_texting_abroad_from_the_UK/__destination_details/1214306374696

Edited By: winchman on Jul 24, 2017 09:34
My cashback tracked at £25 as well. I put in a claim and you choose the contract sim you have bought. I know it says it will track at £0 then be uplifted when its confirmed, but at least by putting a claim in it states the amount I am expecting, hopefully save any issues later.
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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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the only place I've found DOUBLE DATA is via the family SIMS, buy 3 for £38 works out @ £12.66 each for 12GB (was 6GB) with unlimited calls and texts. also includes a £50 amazon voucher, which is probably per order and not per sim
Add and remove SIMs when you like. Family SIMs adapt to you. One SIM has a 12 month contract, but additional SIMs have flexible 30 day terms.
Topcashback is offering £50 cashback, but states "Customers that claim cashback on SIMO products will not be eligible for a voucher"
Could be that the email was read incorrectly. It showed £12 pm when you buy three family sims
False alarm...
the only place I've found DOUBLE DATA is via the family SIMS, buy 3 for £38 works out @ £12.66 each for 12GB (was 6GB) with unlimited calls and texts. also includes a £50 amazon voucher, which is probably per order and not per sim

Add and remove SIMs when you like. Family SIMs adapt to you. One SIM has a 12 month contract, but additional SIMs have flexible 30 day terms.

Topcashback is offering £50 cashback, but states "Customers that claim cashback on SIMO products will not be eligible for a voucher"


Edited By: watson44 on Jul 21, 2017 13:46: .
Sounds like this was spam.....
Still waiting
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EE 4G Pay As You Go Multi SIM Plus £5 credit - 99p @ EE / ebay

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xyhz123456
I have tried to do this before and never had luck. When I have tried the credit is tied only to EE spending/plans and there is not much you can do to get them to change it. I am glad some people can get it. It is also not free to call EE support unless you spend credit.

I have done it once before when i bought 5 or 6 sims together. It was a hassle, they don't like to do it really. And yes it costs to call EE CS, But you can also call from another phone where it'll be free.
J4GG4
Daytrader
So you pay £2 inc delivery for the £5 inc credit that gives you the £5 Talk and text pack which gets you 25 minutes and 50 texts, to use in 7 days, and after 7 days you have zero credit, BUT, for just £1 i get all that anyway on my PAYG.
Some people buy loads and manage to get EE to combine the credit onto one sim to use for example on the PSN store to buy games..etc.

I have tried to do this before and never had luck. When I have tried the credit is tied only to EE spending/plans and there is not much you can do to get them to change it. I am glad some people can get it. It is also not free to call EE support unless you spend credit.

Edited By: xyhz123456 on Jul 19, 2017 14:26
Ah i see.
Daytrader
So you pay £2 inc delivery for the £5 inc credit that gives you the £5 Talk and text pack which gets you 25 minutes and 50 texts, to use in 7 days, and after 7 days you have zero credit, BUT, for just £1 i get all that anyway on my PAYG.
the £1 pack will renew for 5 weeks. £1/1week - or cancel it alltogether for credit
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3GB Data + 500Mins & Unlimited Texts For £8.00 @ Plusnet (30 Day Sim Only Contract)

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dca860
well it would be wouldn't itBT = EE = Virgin = Plusnetthey all use the same masts/network/frequency/4G so I cannot see how the earlier poster says Virgin had a better signal than Plusnet
each MVNO pays a fee for the service they require. EE will get the best service as they are the network operator, I presume BT will the same, but all other network will pay depending how they wish to be prioritised on the network. Virgin pays a lot to have very high priority similar to BT which means if the network is congested, they won't get dropped calls, straight to voicemail or we are unable to connect your call, please try again.
dwaynepipe
Performance on a par with BT mobile imho.

well it would be wouldn't it
BT = EE = Virgin = Plusnet
they all use the same masts/network/frequency/4G so I cannot see how the earlier poster says Virgin had a better signal than Plusnet
Thanks for this.
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....
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ASUS Zenfone 3 Zoom ZE553KL 64GB 4G Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black £334.99 @ EglobalCentral

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jazzuk777
looks a promising phone but not a deal price, just a price.
Mmm, strange situation where OP 64GB option seems to be more expensive than the 128GB option that appears to be cheaper at around £315. Is storage capacity the only difference? https://www.kimovil.com/en/where-to-buy-asus-zenfone-3-zoom-ze553kl
looks a promising phone but not a deal price, just a price.
£8 off voucher code: NEWARRIVAL
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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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adamwilko007
Can you tether to ipad with this?

I've been with Vodafone for a couple of years now, and tether from my mobile to my iPad every day, Monday to Friday.
Got this from mobiles.co.uk with £99 cashback, just an excellent deal, with Spotify premium too.. works out about £10.50 a month
misterjoint
I got it yes, no problems. Activated Spotify within 10 minutes and all up and running, the other entertainment extras are there when choosing also (y)

Thank you for replying.
miffyl
When did they tell you that? If it was after 1 June 2017, it was against their own terms. If it was after 15 June 2017, it was against EU legislation http://www.productsandservices.bt.com/mobile/data-roaming/?s_intcid=con_intban_dmedia_content__q2_mob_rlh1

3 people from chat..I'm not allowed to use FEEL AT HOME in the first 6 months..They asked me when I'm coming back to uk, I told them and they sayed that will ring me then to talk about this :D ) my God..


Global Roaming is a replacement for the World Traveller service. No need to beware, clearly states roaming is free within the Europe zones and £5 per day in most other locations within Global Roaming.
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Three mobile sim only 8GB data £13.00p/m 1 month rolling contract (retention offer)

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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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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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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 ..... ............…
singhisking68 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago44 Comments
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Yes it's still on just checked as per Gogboy's comments it says...
Only £10.75 Per month / 1 year (i) <-- Click on this i and you see Your tariff details
Vodafone 4G Red Entertainment Sim Only £19 16GB 12m
£19.00 per month, 12 months
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Hit 'Info' and it reads --- Vodafone 4G Red Entertainment.

That's the one I bought last year and had the entertainment, ie choose spotify, sky and now tv think it was
No mention of the Vodafone Red Entertainment on these 16 and 20GB options

(But scroll down to much pricier options and they do)

Anyone confirm this deal is still on?
singhisking68
droid1978
In terms of moving from Vodafone to Vodafone. Move your account to Vodafone pay as go or get your pac code and move to another network. You can get a free sim from three. I did the latter and moved to three and then ported back to Vodafone.
You can port your number within vodafone to Vodafone ... just cancel your contract and they will convert your sim into pay as you go after end of your contract. After that you are ready to switch you number to any other network or any vodafone number/sim.

So say you have a monthly Vodafone contract taken out via Mobiles.co.uk, you tell them you want to go PAYG

Then buy a new deal from Mobiles staying with Vodafone and they will be happy to move your number that you have had them convert to PAYG onto a new sim?

Sounds plausible to a point but many put it into practice as it seems hard work with vodafone if things not smooth
gogboy
The mobiles.co.uk staff told me you would keep your Vodafone log in but they would tell you anything to get a sale.

Good point I have sure signal too.

I read somewhere on here you can cancel and it will revert to PAYG then you can take out another deal, would that be a safer bet to save the sure signal

One thing I did find out was changed phone the other day and the sky entertainment stopped working, apparently it will only work on the phone it was set up on


Yes, sounds like a move to PAYG would be safer/easier but I didn't realise you could do that so haven't checked it out yet. I'm sure historically that wasn't an option but fantastic if it is. I am wary of the 30 days people have been mentioning
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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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HTC U11 128GB dual sim 4G SIM FEE/ UNLOCKED - Silver (inc £10 off £400 Code) - £508.99 @ eGlobal

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Cheapest I've seen for this phone, even without the £10 off voucher code JULY10AW. Top rated camera on DXO Mark. Mixed reviews of eGlobal Central on HUKD posts, some claiming delivery from UK, other… Read More
Cheapest I've seen for this phone, even without the £10 off voucher code JULY10AW. Top rated camera on DXO Mark. Mixed reviews of eGlobal Central on HUKD posts, some claiming delivery from UK, other…
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Yeah, although double the on board storage and 2gb more ram isn't an insignificant spec difference to be picky about.
Like I said, if you want to risk £500+ on a grey import then more fool you. I honestly think in a phone where you can expand the memory with a card, 64 or even 32 is adequate and I can't see more than 4GB RAM being any use other than bragging rights. But it's personal preference and I would accept losing that storage and extra RAM for the peace of mind of buying from a legit UK source, it's just not enough of a saving to be worth the risk (to me).

Didn't say that I did. What I said was it's not the same as the UK model. If you don't have a use for extra ram and storage that's fine, but other people do.

Edited By: nublets2k on Jul 15, 2017 16:18
nublets2k
Yeah, although double the on board storage and 2gb more ram isn't an insignificant spec difference to be picky about.


Like I said, if you want to risk £500+ on a grey import then more fool you. I honestly think in a phone where you can expand the memory with a card, 64 or even 32 is adequate and I can't see more than 4GB RAM being any use other than bragging rights. But it's personal preference and I would accept losing that storage and extra RAM for the peace of mind of buying from a legit UK source, it's just not enough of a saving to be worth the risk (to me).
plewis00
wazzaworld
I guess that's the risk with these cheaper sites. Nothing UK-based compares at the minute though. perhaps not been out long enough?


You're probably right and I don't think we'll see the dual-SIM over here natively either. Just too much to risk for me personally and HTC are good but have never really had a great comeback since the M7

You can buy the dual sim version from HTC in the UK as long as you are happy with red.

http://www.htc.com/uk/go/buy-htc-u11/
plewis00
nublets2k
plewis00
This price is basically the UK price excluding VAT. Nothing would convince me to shell out that kind of money with eGlobal, too many variables and diabolical or non existent support if anything goes wrong. Good luck
No, you can't buy this in the UK.
The UK-variant U11 is £629.99 at CPW but if you're being picky about the exact spec then fine, but it doesn't change the fact that I wouldn't risk that kind of money on eGlobal. I might risk £100-200 on a phone that isn't physically available over here, like a Xiaomi. Anyway, it's your money, I was just adding my opinion which probably reflects what most others on HUKD feel.

Yeah, although double the on board storage and 2gb more ram isn't an insignificant spec difference to be picky about.
wazzaworld
I guess that's the risk with these cheaper sites. Nothing UK-based compares at the minute though. perhaps not been out long enough?


You're probably right and I don't think we'll see the dual-SIM over here natively either. Just too much to risk for me personally and HTC are good but have never really had a great comeback since the M7
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vodafone Sim only £22 for 20gig + £90 quido and spotify for year £264.00

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Looking for a good high data sim only, thus seems good. 16 gig for £19 plus £55 quidco and special 20 gig for £22 with £90 quidco. Red entertainment similar. Spotify for a year. Read More
Looking for a good high data sim only, thus seems good. 16 gig for £19 plus £55 quidco and special 20 gig for £22 with £90 quidco. Red entertainment similar. Spotify for a year.
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Took the Currys £50 and £25 from quidco on th £19 bundle fron CPW.
tennyalad
Was this the red entertainment bundle?
Yes it was, you can usually tell if it is by comparing the deal to what's on offer on Vodafone's own Website
Was this the red entertainment bundle?
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Got this deal from Mobiles.co.uk last year with cashback redemption worked out at £10.50 a month. Contract finishes in a month and I will be getting this again with cash back bit more expense at.. £13.75 but Vodafone can't come close to that. As mentioned the claiming process couldn't be easier
malky39
Got this deal from Mobiles.co.uk last year with cashback redemption worked out at £10.50 a month. Contract finishes in a month and I will be getting this again with cash back bit more expense at.. £13.75 but Vodafone can't come close to that. As mentioned the claiming process couldn't be easier
I'm the same. I noticed they've change the packages though so Spotify only comes with the more expensive red entertainment packages.
Got this deal from Mobiles.co.uk last year with cashback redemption worked out at £10.50 a month. Contract finishes in a month and I will be getting this again with cash back bit more expense at.. £13.75 but Vodafone can't come close to that. As mentioned the claiming process couldn't be easier