Free 43" tv, Nintendo switch or certain phones with EE
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Free 43" tv, Nintendo switch or certain phones with EE

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Posted 5th Nov
Seems a pretty decent freebie considering the amount we usually pay for a contract phone
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free Yeah free but double the cost of other providers.
Bet it's more cost effective buying a Switch from flipping Bright House!
Broc_Mudflap05/11/2019 13:57

Bet it's more cost effective buying a Switch from flipping Bright House!


All the other "Mummies" on the estate would agree...

...acrylic nails tapping on their iPhone 11, sat on their chenille corner sofa, underneath the "Live, Laugh, Love" stencil, quietly pining for the return of Jeremy Kyle...
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free Yeah free but double the cost of other providers.
P30 pro
£59 X 24 = £1416 + 50 = £1466

Mobiles.co.uk £800-950.

The other phones maybe better value but the price difference is huge and I don't think the TV is worth the £500+.
I know the switch is £170-200.

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Azwipe05/11/2019 13:00

free Yeah free but double the cost of other providers.

i always find double the cost, and half the signal to.
Samsung A70 sim free is about £330 at most, you can pick up a switch for around £240 (without a game) and a cheap sim say £10 a month for 2yrs the total cost would be £810.
Bet it's more cost effective buying a Switch from flipping Bright House!
kos1c05/11/2019 13:03

P30 pro £59 X 24 = £1416 + 50 = £1466Mobiles.co.uk £800-950. The other pho …P30 pro £59 X 24 = £1416 + 50 = £1466Mobiles.co.uk £800-950. The other phones maybe better value but the price difference is huge and I don't think the TV is worth the £500+. I know the switch is £170-200. [Image]


Completely agree, terrible value for money with a £28 a month minimum 2 year contract
Broc_Mudflap05/11/2019 13:57

Bet it's more cost effective buying a Switch from flipping Bright House!


All the other "Mummies" on the estate would agree...

...acrylic nails tapping on their iPhone 11, sat on their chenille corner sofa, underneath the "Live, Laugh, Love" stencil, quietly pining for the return of Jeremy Kyle...
Skwoddie05/11/2019 14:02

All the other "Mummies" on the estate would agree......acrylic nails …All the other "Mummies" on the estate would agree......acrylic nails tapping on their iPhone 11, sat on their chenille corner sofa, underneath the "Live, Laugh, Love" stencil, quietly pining for the return of Jeremy Kyle...


Sounds well lush M8
Skwoddie05/11/2019 14:02

All the other "Mummies" on the estate would agree......acrylic nails …All the other "Mummies" on the estate would agree......acrylic nails tapping on their iPhone 11, sat on their chenille corner sofa, underneath the "Live, Laugh, Love" stencil, quietly pining for the return of Jeremy Kyle...


That cracked me right up
It's a type of mis-selling and I'm.surprised trading standards allow this type of advertising still.
josephobrien200005/11/2019 16:19

It's a type of mis-selling and I'm.surprised trading standards allow this …It's a type of mis-selling and I'm.surprised trading standards allow this type of advertising still.


Not really a mis-selling. You get what you pay for. It’s your fault if you don’t look at other contract prices beforehand.
Are any of the phones waterproof?
Total twoddle
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