Alcatel Pixi 3 (3.5) EE PAYG - £10.79 (£10 top up and 79p Handset) @ EE
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Alcatel Pixi 3 (3.5) EE PAYG - £10.79 (£10 top up and 79p Handset) @ EE

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Found 4th Jun
Mandatory topup is back down to only £10 + 0.79p for ultra cheap spare smartphone.

Scroll down the page until you see OR JUST TOP UP and click it, in case you don't want a bundle pack but just a credit.

topcashback.co.uk will NOT pay as this phone is excluded.

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...topcashback.co.uk will NOT pay as this phone is excluded.


Quidco also excludes this handset from cashback eligibility. Makes a reasonable wifi device. 99p unlock via the bay. Good price for dull phone.

i bought one last time for 9.99 with no top up. great spare phone. for the price.

I bought this exact deal when it was live the last time and wouldn't recommend it at all! I'm still awaiting my £10 top up going on. !!!!

No GPS let's it down

Also got one of these the last time they were cheap. Added a 32gb micro sd and mostly just use it as a cheap mp3 player

CxWxP

Also got one of these the last time they were cheap. Added a 32gb micro … Also got one of these the last time they were cheap. Added a 32gb micro sd and mostly just use it as a cheap mp3 player



A question to you and others who says use it as a cheap mp3 player.

Everyone has their phone with them all the time, why can't use that as a mp3 player, what I'm missing?

Can someone recommend a better cheap Android phone for £20-£30, that is easy to unlock?
Edited by: "Dopple" 4th Jun

Dopple

Can someone recommend a better cheap Android phone for £20-£30, that is e … Can someone recommend a better cheap Android phone for £20-£30, that is easy to unlock?



​I think it s worth looking into Lenovo B from O2,currently 29.99

Palwan

A question to you and others who says use it as a cheap mp3 … A question to you and others who says use it as a cheap mp3 player.Everyone has their phone with them all the time, why can't use that as a mp3 player, what I'm missing?


Imagination

I wouldn't recommend this as a main phone. It's quite slow, doesn't have a front facing camera and has very limited storage built in, however that can be expanded with an SD card.

It comes with a few apps preinstalled, such as Flipboard, WhatsApp YouTube and Twitter. Most of them can be easily removed if you don't want them.

The phone is very small and light. It would be okay as an emergency phone or as a second phone. Screen isn't great and it's sluggish. Not a good investment for someone with poor eyes, fat fingers or no patience.

Very easy to unlock. I order a code via eBay late last night and received it five minutes later.

I bought the phone primarily to use as a MiFi device. It does that very well. Download speed of up to 10Mbits on the Three network, which is what I would expect.

The battery is small and light. I'd guess watching Youtube vidoes would drain it after a couple of hours, but I've not had the phone long enough to give it much use.

Bottom line: it's at the very bottom of the smart phone market and (effectively) costs 79p. Accept its limitations and love it for what it is.
Edited by: "martinjay" 7th Jun

I just received this phone and checked it's storage. it has only 2gb. the EE page states 4gb...

Original Poster

Minimum top-up went up again to £20.00. Time to expire this deal.

Has anyone worked out how to get the 3 months of Google Play Music that was advertised with this phone?
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