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Alcatel 1s 32GB POWER Grey Smartphone Mediatek 3GB 4000mAh - (£69.99 + £10 Top Up) & Delivered @ EE
Posted 1st JulPosted 1st Jul
Good to see even the most basic of budget handsets getting 3GB ram and 32gb storage Alcatel 1S 2020 Power Grey 6.22" 32GB 4G Unlocked and SIM Free Key Features: Unlocked and SI… Read more

mi com currently sell Xiaomi Redmi note 8t for £119. Best phone you can get for the money. Another great value buy in your price range is Oppo a5 2020 or Realme c3. They are less known brands in the UK but they're all from the top 5 manufacturers worldwide. If you would rather buy something from anymore traditional brand and can stretch your budget slightly Nokia 5.3 can be bought from Amazon or Argos for under £150. It's better than g7 in most departments.


Thanks Budget £120 - £140 my friend has a Moto g 7 power which I think is great phone I like how quick it is can't seem to get them from UK sellers anymore and don't think the g8 power is worth the extra cost. I is a very basic user browse web and some YouTube and eBay. Camara not important


Yeah, seems to have some decent specs


I'm no techie, but looks like a lot of phone fer the money MrSwitch (y)


And that is all yer gotta do...check. We should all always check the details of any deal B4 diving in head first methinks. With respect, seriously. I do find it strange some of the questions asked on this site, for example "is it 3GB or 4GB" I tend to check things out (usually via Amazon, always Google) fer myself, yet I do understand some questions are asked to deliberately & helpfully give us... food fer thought? Is this it? Product Information Alcatel 1S 2020 Power Grey 6.22" 32GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free Key Features: Unlocked & SIM Free4G Ready for ultra fast network speedsUltra sharp Triple 13MP + 2MP + 5MP rear camera & 5 Megapixel selfie camera6.22" HD+ DisplaySuperfast MediaTek MT6762D Octa Core Processor + 3GB of RAMAndroid 10 OS32GB Storage + 32GB MicroSD Card SlotIntelligent triple camera Take your moments to a higher level with Alcatel 1S' AI triple camera. Whether you're shooting food, fireworks or flowers, its 13MP camera with AI scene detection makes sure your pictures are excellent every time in 22 different shooting scenarios. Get detailed close-ups using Alcatel 1S' 2MP macro lens. Add beautiful bokeh blur to portraits and fit the whole scene in the frame with its super wide-angle 5MP camera. A front 5MP camera with LCD flash gives you brighter, clearer selfies. Powerful performance Go non-stop with Alcatel 1S' powerful performance. An efficient Octa-Core processor, 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM and a 4000mAh battery provide you smooth multitasking for hours of enjoyment. So listen to your full music playlist. Binge-watch hours of streaming HD video. Marathon your favorite game. Alcatel 1S will keep up. The Google Assistant Alcatel 1S comes with a dedicated Google Assistant Button for effortless accessibility. The Google Assistant on mobile is always with you to help get things done and plan ahead so you can focus on what matters most. Just say “Hey Google” or press the Google Assistant Button to get started. Easily manage tasks, keep in touch, get directions and control your home wherever you go. Stay one step ahead with smart suggestions and reminders right when you need them, directly on your phone screen. Get things done whether you’re driving, on the go or at home. Smooth visual experience Live expansively with a 6.22-inch HD+ Vast Display. Enjoy larger-than-life media you can hold comfortably in the hand with an 19:9 aspect ratio that provides an immersive visual experience. S-curve design Be ahead of the curve with an Aurora-inspired S-curve design that sends light flowing down your phone. Alcatel 1S is sleek to the eye and comfortable in the hand with front 2.5D glass.

EE 60gb 18m deal shows as £0 per month
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Posted 28th JunPosted 28th Jun
Update 1
Please bear in mind that despite the price showing as £0 there is no guarantee that this will be honoured.

You are likely to be subject to the usual checks by a credit referencing agency as you would with a paid contract.
Sorry re posting this as didn’t say how to get it up Go to the link Scroll down to where it says help me choose. Put in you use tether then next page 100gb The results show th… Read more

I got that feeling.


They know, they will have sent out a staff bulletin. They play dumb which isn’t good when most are actually below par naturally.


They know what you are saying, they are deflecting you like Openreach does - call your ISP.


Staff are being awkward, it’s cost money to send all these sims out. They aren’t going to make ‘scroungers’ lives easy on this - their error. BT staff are poorly trained in most things but being awkward they excel, especially when there is money to be made or punishment for their jealousy/tech failures, they close rank like they are still a gov body. I used to get some right snotty or over polite staff when they saw I had good discounts beating staff discounts on my accounts, always in a rude or over polite tone ‘how did you manage to get that discount?’ - Me:’ Well... honestly? yer network is pants here’ on top of the discounts that has their nose out of joint that put their back right up, the sheer ‘audacity‘ of me being honest about their “best UK network” never went down well, however one of us remained polite and professional and it wasn’t them for the most part, the English teams at EE are terrible generally, twice they didn’t log a official complaint after telling me they had, I’m now at external complaints process which is held up by Covid, at least that’s a valid excuse for the third party. I considered trying this but honestly even free for a terrible network and staff wasn’t worth it. Rather pay Vodafone for robust network even if their care are clueless they ain’t rude.


It’s BT - if you want efficiency don’t go to a company that gets billions a year via gov subsidies from you the taxpayer.

BT 4G Home Router only £25 p/m 24 months with 100gb data at EE
Posted 24th JunPosted 24th Jun
4G data, 24m contract. Pretty decent for a portable mifi device. Think you’ll be able to get Quidco/Topcashback on on top. Works out to be £600 over the course of the contract.

Rubbish! I used to run my home router on 20GB per month! Only ran out once in about a year. Unless you are being silly (4K & HD video, etc.) then 100GB is a lot. I have used my phone a lot for tethering this month (being silly, using it to work, watch TV, download android updates, etc.) & still only used 21GB - with 9GB left to use in 24 hours. According to MSE most mobile users only use 2GB. I reckon 100GB would suffice for 95% of mobile Wi-Fi users & probably 25 to 50% of home Wi-Fi users. This is a great deal that should not be iced.


100gb is enough for the standard user? I used to have 100gb and barely used it and blitzed the data. Unless your just browsing the internet unfortunately 100gb is not enough. But. Each to their own, I would just call them like I did and haggle the price.


So how is that better?


So this is over 1/3 cheaper for what may be more than enough for many users, yet it us cold? Not for me does not mean cold!


Much cheaper option ,I bought a secondhand hh70vb ee box £20 (yes cheap ) get it unlocked like me £1 eBay got a 3 SIM unlimited data min,tx,£16 a month ,works great constant 2 bars I'm in East London signal fine

Good as New Samsung S20 5G - unlimited text/mins - 40GB 5G data, £50 upfront £36.80/month, £933.20 total with 20% blue light card @ EE
Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
This might not be for everyone but effectively you are getting an unused phone (customer return, not a refurb) with decent data and minutes for about the price of the phone on it's… Read more
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How do I get it down to £36 p/m


That's a 4G phone - this deal is a 5G phone. Probably quite similar in terms of value though.


This seems to be a better deal

RadiantDuck New one available for a little more a month.


EE offered me S20 4G £47p/m 10G data with £50 upfront as an existing customer and she went on and on about how great the deal was. Patronising little (mad) EE seem to live in their own world when it comes to pricing.

100GB EE Sim Only £18 a month / 24 months (Existing Customers) £432 at EE
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Posted 17th JunPosted 17th Jun
Log in online or via the app and find it in the ‘my offers’ section.

It’s only available when I logged into my account. It’s not upgrade as I first thought, but an additional line. I went through via the app


Link pls


Just signed up for the £8.10, then realised its additional line not upgrade. The cheapest upgrade is £16. But I’m keeping it then will transfer my current plan to this


Did it with my son too, it has to be on the same account


I found the one you mean but it’s available to me as upgrade. Never had this price before. I’m tempted to take it and get data off my son who has an unlimited plan

Order a free EE Pay as you go sim card and get £15 Data Pack @ EE (Possible £5 Quidco)
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Posted 8th JunPosted 8th Jun
I found a fantastic glitch with EE. So I ordered the £15 package (Pay as you go) (2 Sims), I placed one sim into a spare phone for around a week (I just needed a phone number for… Read more
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lol, at least you will get some result (lol)


I've decided to move on and watch some paint dry.


na, i am giving it to end of the week XD


Time to give up....


I’ve had my sim in my spare phone for about two weeks. Zilch. Nada. Nothing! Though it’s been useful for Uber Eats (y) (popcorn) ;)

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OPPO Find X2 Pro 5G 512GB BLACK CERAMIC 100GB data 24months x £54.85pm @ EE
Posted 6th JunPosted 6th Jun
With UNiDAYS code or any work based perk code this deal works out at £1316.40 With 100Gb data 5G for 24 months You also can claim the b&o headphones worth £250 on amazon, cl… Read more
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My standard X2 arrived's pretty stonking :D


Deal is through oppo. Take a screenshot for proof what they said on their website. We or Vodafone nothing to do with promotion they are just advertising.


Many thanks for your interest in Oppo Mobile and the Find X2 Series. As detailed in the T&C's, the pre-order period expires at 23:59 on the 10th June 2020. Regards Oppo Promotions


yeah, EE website says yesterday though and vodafone say its over. Im confused tbh


On oppo website it says it ends today

Motorola G8 Plus 64GB COSMIC BLUE Smartphone £159 @ EE
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Take super sharp pictures and videos in low light situations, and beautifully vivid photos after dark with a 48 MP main camera + Night Vision. Capture the smallest details and enj… Read more
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How does it compare to g6 plus


Ive sent them an email 2 days ago to see if they will price match.


Brilliant, thank you. I have this phone and its great for the price. Back in stock and bagged one! Cheers OP


OOS! (annoyed)


Does this moto g8 plus have wifi calling enabled? My moto g6 plus doesn't have it. But just 4GB RAM?

100GB Data & Unlimited Minutes & Texts £20pm (24 months - £70.00 Cashback Possible) @ EE
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Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
EE are again offering their 100gb data deal for £20.00 a month on a 24 month sim only contract. Just checked it also comes with 6 month free of one of the following - just remem… Read more
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So go for the £120+£4 option.


Just checked on quidco now and looks like the £70.00 cashback has dropped down to £50.00


TCB always altering their cashback. This deal is 3 weeks old now


Can't find the £10 but Quidco are doing £4


good deal

EE 100GB for £25 / 18 months / £12.50 first 3 months unlimited minutes/texts
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Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
Just as the title says, 100GB for £25 a month. With the first 3 months half price.

Awesome, good deal!


It's definitely 5G, it displays 5G on my phone when using my mobile data.


Just double check your tariff is 5g once its enabled. Sometimes they put you on the 4g essentials tariff when they originally said a 5g smart plan!


Yeah I have a 5G device and you do notice a difference in speed but by not much. I guess it depends on your location.


Nice one, it's good if you can take advantage of 5G

EE 4G Unlimited Data/Minutes/Texts - 12 Months Retention Deal - £25/month = £300 total @ EE
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Was looking at my upgrade options with EE for sim only and came across this deal. So if anyone is looking to stay with EE and looking for a good everything unlimited sim only deal … Read more

I don't intend to! I'm paying £12 a month for unlimited data - which was confirmed via live chat


That’s excellent what’s your grand total expected to be line rental after Discount. Also don’t bother contacting them again regarding any issues with your price plan as this may alert them to excessive discount on your account


Too your advice and did a price plan change to an unlimited plan over live chat


You could ring up customer service and just ask for this pacific price plan if you don’t need the additional max price plan features and this unlimited price plan would be suitable


I can’t ever imagine that they’d let me do that!! I’m on a Sim Only Max 30gb plan which I got through online chat in 2017. The original cost before the discount was £41.99, and I got it for £14.99. The price I now pay has risen because of rpi

Sony Xperia L1 16GB Black Smartphone - £49.99 + £10 Top-Up @ EE On Pay As You Go
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Thanks to @tyr for the original find, this is a great price for a phone you could give as a first phone to a child, or as a second phone etc in my opinion Comes locked to EE, bu… Read more

For some reason the L1 has a much brighter screen than the L2. I have an L1. Overall it's a good phone for the money. The screen is really nice but it is a bit sluggish. I intend to get an L4 when there is a deal


Giffgaff had Xperia 10 for £99 and 10 Plus for £169 a few weeks ago. Compared to everybody else's prices these were crazy cheap. May be worthwhile keeping an eye out there if not in a rush. With L4 now out I'd expect L2 & L3 to become available at discounted prices.


Thanks. I may stick to looking round the Xperia range. They've never let me down in the past. Currently having to use my wife's old Samsung S7 cos I dropped my XZ and cracked the screen, I looked at getting it repaired but might as well just buy another for the price it would cost.


Yes. One of my first ones was the (then) mighty Atrix, bought for £200 imported from China. I find Motos now to be average compared to what other manufacturers are offering at the time. Don't think the Macro is anything special compared to many same priced or cheaper handsets and can't see it being a great seller. Since Lenovo took over it's like they're a step behind in terms of VFM. Like the latest release would have been comparable to what the competition put out a few months ago. Saying this, phones are at the point where you're getting pretty much the same overall from most manufacturers for around the same price if you shop around.


You tried Motorola at all? I too like Xperias and are generally my phone of choice. However I've see a few good offers on Motorola at the moment and am tempted by either G7, G8 or even One Macro. Don't want to get tied into another contract so have a bit of a budget.

Sim Only 50GB 18 months / £20 per month (first 3months £10) at EE
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Just looking for sim only upgrade deal and found that . Worth to take a look.

It may be worth looking at the fonehouse deals at the moment. They're offering the same 5g 60gb tariff for 27 a month on a 12 month deal but also giving 120 quid cashback, thus making it 17 a month on a shorter contract. Yes if you want to keep your ee number you'll need to port it out and then back in again but that's only about a fiver and takes 2 days. I'm currently debating this option Ee dont seem to be able or want to discount the smart sim tariffs for existing customers which is a it irritating, especially as the nhs and student discounts dont appear to be working on these.


I don’t think the student discount with applied with 5G planned one of my friends tried it but they would not accept it


So I was offered: £20 - 50GB £24 - 60GB Both 5G sims, unlimited calls/texts, smart plans so can include the roaming option, 18 months contract. Strangely I couldn't apply an NHS/student discount on top over the phone or on the website, they're not discounted plans. Edit: Ah looks like in addition to the above deals, it will be half price for 3 months hence can't apply any further discounts on top. I think I'll go for the 50GB option, that's basically unlimited for me


Can you update pls on what you get offers


Ah it was about a week ago, I'll try again, thanks!

Huawei P30 lite New Edition Breathing Crystal | 256GB 6GB Smartphone - £199.99 + £10 Minimum Top-Up @ EE
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Excellent for the bigger storgae Huawei P30 lite New Edition Breathing Crystal INDULGE yourself with the Huawei P30 lite New Edition with 6.15-inch FHD display, 48MP AI ultra-wid… Read more

Found out there are total £20 balance inside. Also not able to apply unlock on line, have to call CS and they ade sorting out for me. Awaiting their return


The H20 will get 10 for sure though


No difference apart from name.


Is there any real difference between them?? The only thing I can see on a GSM Arena comparison is that it says the Nova 5T is upgradeable to Android 10, but it doesn't say this for the Honor 20.


Oops, I do indeed... Typo (embarrassed)

Motorola One Macro 64GB BLACK Smartphone - £99.99 + £10 minimum Top-Up @ EE PAYG
Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
EXPLORE the stylish Motorola One Macro, which features a fantastic 6.2-inch HD+ display as well as triple-camera system with AI and laser autofocus. £9 cashback from Quidco … Read more

Yes. Motorola One Macro | motorola UK - Motorola UK


Is this a dual sim phone?


(y) Thanks for the update. Good for people who still have a working phone but if you need a replacement in a hurry then maybe something to bear in mind.


Hi just incase you are still thinking about this, I got my UNLOCK code today so overall about 2 weeks wait. Not bad considering the cheap price of handset. Overall would recommend


Me too. I mean for the prices they offer the phones I'd probably don't again with knowledge that ot will be a faff to unlock but still the website makes it sound so easy....

Motorola G8 Plus 64GB COSMIC BLUE Smartphone - £149.99 + £10 minimum Top-Up @ EE PAYG
Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
Don't forget Quidco for £9 cashback bringing this down to £150.99 Free to unlock via… Read more

It supposed to be instant online according to web, But I'm having real trouble. I did not received a sim with the phone. So had to call EE and get one. Today tried to register and do it online, but get an error. Called EE and looks like their unlock team is not working due to COVID. almost 3 weeks now. I'm regretting this now :(


For anyone who likes to buy via John Lewis or has vouchers there like me, I just got this price matched by John Lewis, they price match it to £159.99 as you can only buy it from EE with the £10 top up, so you miss out on the £10 EE credit, but it's unlocked so was worth it for me


How long are people waiting for this to be unlocked?


Finally placed the order using another credit card. Looks like they can't handle Amex :( . Thanks OP. This is a very good deal. Much better than other non pure android(MIUI,EMUI) phones with similar price tag.


Thanks for the tip :). Just did that and got hold of them after waiting so long. Looks like payment didn't went through(AMEX), so I've just ordered again using the same card, but still no email. It doesn't show any error, display "THANKS FOR YOUR ORDER" and give order number ect. Looks like their system is a crap! will wait and see if this too is a failure and ask them to take the payment in which case I would loose the £9 cashback :(

Motorola G7 Plus 64GB DEEP INDIGO Smartphone - £139.99 + £10 Minimum Top-Up @ EE PAYG
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Posted 29th AprPosted 29th Apr
Motorola G7 Plus 64GB DEEP INDIGO Smartphone - £139.99 + £10 Minimum Top-Up @ EE PAYG
£149.99 Free P&P Free
Decent price for the G7 plus, give the sim away or whatever, phone for £139.99 plus topcashback Motorola G7 Plus ENJOY the Motorola G7 Plus with a 6.2 inch Max Vision Full HD+ d… Read more

This or the Moto G8 PLUS advertised here earlier for £159.99 fro EE including top up


No, from the reviews/specs I've seen they have removed it. That's the annoying thing with Lenovo, they often compromise on things you might not notice at first (e.g. NFC, compass, OIS, gorilla glass) to keep price low.


I thought the G8 Plus had OIS?


I got my mum the G7 power, she loves that too. I think the G8 Power is on offer on Lenovo's site now.


(lol) (lol) (lol)

Samsung Galaxy A20e £99.99 + £20 PAYG top up @ EE
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Posted 24th AprPosted 24th Apr
Samsung Galaxy A20e £99.99 + £20 PAYG top up @ EE
The Samsung Galaxy A20e features a rear dual camera with a 13 MP low light lens and Ultra-Wide camera – allowing you to capture the perfect shot throughout the day. It also has an … Read more
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Ordered Friday, got it next working day (Monday)


Anyone buy this and actually have it dispatched yet?


Maybe no charge if you get a top-up? Not an EE customer, just getting to unlock for my mum :D


Well, I have been charged,but called them later to order two more (£99.99 each), so still worth it as charged delivery once and will have 3 phones

30GB Mobile WI-FI £12 PLUS VAT (£14.40) - £345.60 @ EE Business
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Posted 18th AprPosted 18th Apr
30GB Mobile WI-FI £12 PLUS VAT (£14.40) - £345.60 @ EE Business
£345.60 Free P&P Free
30GB mobile broadband for £12 per month plus VAT (£14.40) on a 24 month contract. Includes EU Roaming and a no upfront cost 4GEE WIFI 2 portable router. Stay connected The 4GEE WiF… Read more
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Ran a household on 20GB/mth for a year. Depends on your appetite. Used hotspot on phones for anything big. Edit: For £10 a month. The position is not for internal coverage, but for 3G/4G signal. Not everyone has access to or can afford fast home broadband (until recently, despite living in a major city, I was copper BB only, about 13Mbps down and 1Mbps up, which was significantly slower than 4G & more expensive than £10/mth). Now on Virgin 100Mbps for £10/mth for 12 months thanks to HUKD - after 12 months if nothing going cheap, I'll be back to 4G or maybe 5G. My in-laws are happy to have a 20GB sim for £8/mth, which since mother in law discovered WhatsApp they probably still only use 6GB of. That is in one of my old phones and hot-spotted.


But 30gb is way too low to power up a whole house hold. If you’re bothered about signal all over the house. Get normal broadband and buy power lines , they’ll put signal all around your house and faster and unlimited


I agree, but there are circumstances where this wins (just a few of many): Use at home where many people share it (i.e. so that when you go to the shops the others don't drop offline). Pop this in the best place for reception (e.g. Top of the bedroom window) and not get fit jumping up every time you get a text or candy crush withdrawal! So that when you do go out your battery isn't flat. If you have a smart home (much of which, such as smart washing machines, is overkill I know), such as security cameras. Not getting at you, you make a relevant suggestion. (y) It is those who see something not for them & ice it, without thinking hang on this may be very useful for others, who make me mad! (mad) Then you get them doing it without comment, which is damn rude! (mad) (mad) (mad)


I think best to just get a sim only deal and use your mobile as a hotspot


No idea why this is cold. No excuse for silent cold votes!

Free Britbox for 6 months for ee customers at EE
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Posted 17th AprPosted 17th Apr
Free Britbox for 6 months for ee customers at EE
BritBox lets you stream the biggest box of British boxsets on your phone and you can get it on us for six months. We'll even cover the cost of the data you use to watch it. All pa… Read more

So they retain the rights if they use a subsidiary for the production.


The production companies that the BBC commissions to make their shows. BBC Studios makes (and therefore owns) some shows/formats


Another point of confusion is once you’ve registered in your phone, clear your Britbox registration from browser first and start again, then typing, we had some problems too!


Thank you.


First, make sure you’ve downloaded Britbox on your fire stick, then click on join, a number will come up on your tv screen. Meanwhile, on your mobile register and sign in to britbox (after texting 150 with the message BRITBOX). Then type into your browser and it’ll ask for the code that should now be on your screen. That’s it! (That’s how I remember it anyhow!) It is confusing that on the tv it asks you to ‘sign in’ which you can’t hence click on join - good luck!