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Blackberry KeyONE Unltd Texts/Mins 6GB Data £27 pm + £80 upfront (£50 Quidco/TCB) on O2 at Carphone Warehouse
Blackberry KeyONE Unltd Texts/Mins 6GB Data £27 pm + £80 upfront (£50 Quidco/TCB) on O2 at Carphone Warehouse

Blackberry KeyONE Unltd Texts/Mins 6GB Data £27 pm + £80 upfront (£50 Quidco/TCB) on O2 at Carphone Warehouse

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Probably the best deal for the KeyONE that I've seen around at the moment.

Phone is £500 PAYG so £7.41 per month for that data package etc (assuming Quidco/TCB) deal seems pretty reasonable to me.

The £718 figure is the total cost excluding cashback.

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Original Poster

I'm used to things going cold on here, but if anyone can find a better KeyONE deal then please let me know! I'm guessing it's people hating on the BB brand, but the KeyONE looks like a fantastic device.

chaywa

I'm used to things going cold on here, but if anyone can find a better … I'm used to things going cold on here, but if anyone can find a better KeyONE deal then please let me know! I'm guessing it's people hating on the BB brand, but the KeyONE looks like a fantastic device.



​thanks OP seems like a decent deal

chaywa

I'm used to things going cold on here, but if anyone can find a better … I'm used to things going cold on here, but if anyone can find a better KeyONE deal then please let me know! I'm guessing it's people hating on the BB brand, but the KeyONE looks like a fantastic device.



​thanks OP seems like a decent deal

Oh wow, I've been looking for a good deal on this phone but that data allowance just isn't acceptable. Unfortunately Three won't be picking up the Keyone

Any advice on how to pay for the phone monthly but keep my existing carrier? (Three: 200 minutes, unlimited texts, unlimited data for £20/mo)
Edited by: "CampGareth" 8th Jun

Original Poster

CampGareth

Oh wow, I've been looking for a good deal on this phone but that data … Oh wow, I've been looking for a good deal on this phone but that data allowance just isn't acceptable. Unfortunately Three won't be picking up the Keyone :(Any advice on how to pay for the phone monthly but keep my existing carrier? (Three: 200 minutes, unlimited texts, unlimited data for £20/mo)



It's available for £500 PAYG at Selfridges - selfridges.com/GB/…NE/. Buy on credit card/paypal credit and shift to a balance transfer card (depending on Ts and Cs)

Alternatively its available on a 16GB data deal on Vodaphone is available for £34pm or 15GB on O2 for £36pm at CPW

6GB not acceptable?? blimey.

there been a few instances of screens popping out of these..

SkilledNutter

6GB not acceptable?? blimey.


Last month's usage: 6 minutes, 4 texts, 31GB of data. Idk why providers think calls are the valuable thing these days. Online services replaced all my social calling and email/hangouts replaced business calls.

mikegrath20 h, 15 m ago

there been a few instances of screens popping out of these..



Yeah not super durable, here's a handy video to let you decide
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Edited by: "spannerzone" 9th Jun

avoid - crackberry has quite a few people who have had the screens pop out. TCL really cut corners on this one.

avoid - known quality control issues - TCL (the company trading as blackberry mobile) cut corners.

RE:- screen displacement.
crackberry.com/bla…ays
So not an issue really.

TCL Communication has a long-standing track record of delivering … TCL Communication has a long-standing track record of delivering high-quality devices to our customers around the world, and the BlackBerry KEYone is no different. To ensure the highest quality in the BlackBerry KEYone, we used strong, durable premium materials and conducted rigorous stress tests on the device throughout the product development cycle to meet the real life use standards our customers demand. While the BlackBerry KEYone is being met with great enthusiasm, we are aware of the concerns around potential display separation on the device. Out of the thousands of BlackBerry KEYone smartphones that have been shipped and sold globally, only a very small handful of customers have reported this kind of issue.Our teams are actively examining additional adhesive measures that might further strengthen and eliminate any possibility of display separation occurring. If a customer does experience this however, they're encouraged to contact us for a device warranty replacement.




Read more at crackberry.com/bla…ays
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