ARGOS Refurb 3rd Gen Sim Free Motorola Moto G 5 Inch 13MP 8GB 4G Android Mobile Phone - Black. £89.95 @ Argos/Ebay
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ARGOS Refurb 3rd Gen Sim Free Motorola Moto G 5 Inch 13MP 8GB 4G Android Mobile Phone - Black. £89.95 @ Argos/Ebay

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Found 15th Jun 2016
Refurbished 3rd Gen Moto G with a 12 Month Guarantee. I have just installed the new Marshamallow Android version on mine. Excellent Phone can use the sd-card as internal storage with Marshmallow.

Detailed item information
Product Identifiers
Brand Motorola
Model G 3rd Generation
Network Unlocked
MPN SM4179AE7B1
EAN 6947681526082
Type Smartphone

Key Features
Storage Capacity 8GB
Colour Black
Band GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 UMTS/HSPA+ 850/900/1800/1900/2100 LTE 1/3/7/8/20
Style Smartphone
Operating System Android
Camera Resolution 5.0MP

Memory
Supported Flash Memory Cards MicroSDHC

Display
Screen Size 5"

Moto G 3rd Gen review (2015) - the new best budget smartphone now with Android 6.0 Expertreviews 16.mar.2016

When it comes to budget smartphones, no one does it better than Motorola. For three long years, the Moto G has reigned supreme over every other cut-price handset around, and the current 3rd Gen Moto G is easily its best yet. It's continued to beat almost every other cheap handset you can buy today, although it's still had to contend with a couple of potenial upstarts, such as the Vodafone Smart Ultra 6, whose budget-defying specs completely redefined what I've come to expect from a £125 handset.

Of course, the Smart Ultra 6 does come with some caveats, namely that you have to be a Vodafone customer in order to use it (which isn't necessarily ideal if you're happy on a different network) and it has a huge 5.5in display, which may not suit everyone's needs, or pockets. As a result, the 3rd Gen Moto G is still my go-to recommendation for those looking for a great vaule entry-level smartphone, and the fact that you can now download a free system update for Android 6.0 Marshmallow as well means it's as bang-up-to-date as it can possibly be - until the next Moto G arrives later this year, of course.

For the time being, though, the 3rd Gen model is a much more refined handset than its chunky-looking 2nd Gen predecessor. Admittedly, its specs haven't moved forward quite as much as I'd hoped, but Motorola's superb build quality and sheer number of extra features more than make up for it.
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I bought this for the missus. Full of bugs including (no service no sim card detected) and various call and dialling problems. It could be that we were unlucky. I bought a 4G Motorola E this year having not quite given up on the brand and its fast and faultless. I would have thought about £69 or less would be a fair price for this at the min given the Vodafone price of £90 new (about £1.50 to unlock).
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Obviously luck is always a factor when buying things. But I have to say that the Argos refurb that I received is clearly brand new. +1% TCB for a few extra pennies.
johnnyd57uk

I bought this for the missus. Full of bugs including (no service no sim … I bought this for the missus. Full of bugs including (no service no sim card detected) and various call and dialling problems. It could be that we were unlucky. I bought a 4G Motorola E this year having not quite given up on the brand and its fast and faultless. I would have thought about £69 or less would be a fair price for this at the min given the Vodafone price of £90 new (about £1.50 to unlock).



​Bought one of these 2 weeks ago after reading a lot of mixed reviews, mainly bad . I'm happy to say that the phone is great, fast no issues 2 days battery life and on android 6.0. so maybe I got a good phone or people just slate it for been a Motorola
Very pleased with mine, brand new, boxed, original and unlocked.
Cheaper from O2-

o2.co.uk/sho…ank

I have one of these and it was immaculate. Nice phone too, does everything I need it to.
Edited by: "simonbrown" 4th Aug 2016
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