A Moto C Plus, sim free at Argos, in red and black £79.99
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A Moto C Plus, sim free at Argos, in red and black £79.99

£79.95£99.9520%Argos Deals
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Found 25th Dec 2017Edited by:"tyr"
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The new Moto C Plus is super affordable, yet packed with the essentials you crave. Like a battery that goes up to 2 days on a single charge, a quad-core processor, Android™ 7.0, and 4G speed. Not to mention a refined design featuring a vibrant 5" HD display, micro-textured back covers, and cameras that take stunning photos and selfies, even in low light. Moto C Plus. Expect more.

Leave the cords and cables at home. You can go up to 30 hours on a single charge with this 4000 mAh battery. With quick charge support, there's no need to slow down because your battery is always ready to run.
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Says the man who posts an Adult Superman costume.
Some of us want a phone, with the occasional web/ email, not playing at David Bailey and siting opposite our best friends without ever making eye contact!
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Wonder how this compares to the huawei p8 lite?
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danfisherdan4 m ago

Wonder how this compares to the huawei p8 lite?


it is £50 cheaper
1gb RAM???
Are we living in the Stone Age?
The specs on this are so outdated:
2mp/5mp cameras, 16gb internal storage, oh dear - wouldn't touch with a barge pole.
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gidsterc9 m ago

1gb RAM???Are we living in the Stone Age?The specs on this are so …1gb RAM???Are we living in the Stone Age?The specs on this are so outdated:2mp/5mp cameras, 16gb internal storage, oh dear - wouldn't touch with a barge pole.


Released in june 2017- after Stone Age
Says the man who posts an Adult Superman costume.
Some of us want a phone, with the occasional web/ email, not playing at David Bailey and siting opposite our best friends without ever making eye contact!
Cold. This phone would be mega slow. Even the zte blade a512 is better
The one I ordered direct from Motorola had 2gb ram (79.99 with code) and stock android/ no bloatware means it actually runs very smoothly - I was surprised, its smoother than higher specced China phones.

The 4000mah battery is the main selling point though, it was for an elderly family member who really doesn't like charging everyday.
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MasterAK3 m ago

The one I ordered direct from Motorola had 2gb ram (79.99 with code) and …The one I ordered direct from Motorola had 2gb ram (79.99 with code) and stock android/ no bloatware means it actually runs very smoothly - I was surprised, its smoother than higher specced China phones. The 4000mah battery is the main selling point though, it was for an elderly family member who really doesn't like charging everyday.


Unfortunately the code is not working any more on motorola site, otherwise i would prefer to order from them directly...
Quite liked the price if this phone, but there are some worrying customer reviews on the Argos website, like:-
“AVOID IF YOU LIKE TO RECEIVE TEXT MESSAGES!
The phone does not work, you are lucky if you receive any of your text messages! Motorola know about the problem with this phone, they said it is a software problem but offered no repair or help with the problem, so it was returned as unfit for purpose. Avoid this phone if you like to receive your texts!”

And

“The set would not take the sim. It stated in the specification that a nano card was required. There’s no slot for a nano card! I tried a Vodafone sim and an O2. Neither fits. Even Moto customer services said the standard sim should fit and that it wouldn’t take a nano card yet the Argos details say it takes a nano card. What a mess. I’m ill at the moment but will ask for a refund when fit enough.”

Anyone else brought one or experienced any of the problems mentioned?
Johnny_Bravo20 m ago

Quite liked the price if this phone, but there are some worrying customer …Quite liked the price if this phone, but there are some worrying customer reviews on the Argos website, like:-“AVOID IF YOU LIKE TO RECEIVE TEXT MESSAGES!The phone does not work, you are lucky if you receive any of your text messages! Motorola know about the problem with this phone, they said it is a software problem but offered no repair or help with the problem, so it was returned as unfit for purpose. Avoid this phone if you like to receive your texts!”And“The set would not take the sim. It stated in the specification that a nano card was required. There’s no slot for a nano card! I tried a Vodafone sim and an O2. Neither fits. Even Moto customer services said the standard sim should fit and that it wouldn’t take a nano card yet the Argos details say it takes a nano card. What a mess. I’m ill at the moment but will ask for a refund when fit enough.”Anyone else brought one or experienced any of the problems mentioned?


It takes a nano SIM, I put two in and they both worked, maybe they got confused with micro sims. Haven't experienced the messaging problem either, runs like how any other stock android phone should.
tyr2 h, 32 m ago

it is £50 cheaper


Yeah just looked at stats, it's sub standard performance wise for anyone that's demands things happen before they've gotten old. But for 80 quid I've bought a lot worse
Edited by: "danfisherdan" 25th Dec 2017
I bought one to use as an mp3 player in my car. I haven't done much else with it. Its a little sluggish compared to flagships obviously, but not too bad.
It has a big battery, that's the main reason I got it.
was going to buy then saw 1gb ram!? will be sluggish
MasterAK25th Dec

The one I ordered direct from Motorola had 2gb ram (79.99 with code) and …The one I ordered direct from Motorola had 2gb ram (79.99 with code) and stock android/ no bloatware means it actually runs very smoothly - I was surprised, its smoother than higher specced China phones. The 4000mah battery is the main selling point though, it was for an elderly family member who really doesn't like charging everyday.



Motorola are the only sellers that offer 2GB of RAM
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