Google Pixel 2 XL @ Mobiles.co.uk - Vodafone / 4GB data / unltd text/mins / 24 x £27 + upfront of £209.99 (-£10 with voucher code DEALENVY10 - £847.99) (Possible Quidco of £35, if it pays total price = £812.99)
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Google Pixel 2 XL @ Mobiles.co.uk - Vodafone / 4GB data / unltd text/mins / 24 x £27 + upfront of £209.99 (-£10 with voucher code DEALENVY10 - £847.99) (Possible Quidco of £35, if it pays total price = £812.99)

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Found 8th Dec 2017
Another good Pixel 2 deal on Vodafone I've just come across.

1 x Pixel 2 XL 64GB in white (panda) or black
24 x £27 a month
209.99 upfront cost (£199.99 with £10 DEALENVY10 voucher code)
Possible Quidco of £35, if it pays the total price would = £812.99.

Yes it's Vodafone and yes it's only 4GB data which isn't much, but this is still the cheapest price for the Pixel 2 XL currently I've seen.

Hope this helps someone.
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Is it possible to get entertainment pack with 16gb deals on vodafone from mobile.co.uk? thanks
Can anyone tell me why this is getting voted cold? Seems a pretty good deal, to me at least. Am I missing something?
I'm looking at those deals with Pixel 2 XL, and I'm leaning towards Huawei Mate 10 Pro actually. Better value overall I think.
This shouldn't be ice cold; the phone itself is at least £800 and the Pixels won't drop in price till around August next year so effectively the phone contract is costing you less than £100! I am tempted but I've read that there's too much of a risk with the display which I wouldn't expect for a device of this price. But a good deal for anyone who's interested in this model, definitely.
havoc6666 h, 54 m ago

Is it possible to get entertainment pack with 16gb deals on vodafone from …Is it possible to get entertainment pack with 16gb deals on vodafone from mobile.co.uk? thanks



I wouldn't know sorry, probably best to try and contact them to find out.

wayneollerenshaw5 h, 47 m ago

Can anyone tell me why this is getting voted cold? Seems a pretty good …Can anyone tell me why this is getting voted cold? Seems a pretty good deal, to me at least. Am I missing something?


Badongkadong36 m ago

This shouldn't be ice cold; the phone itself is at least £800 and the …This shouldn't be ice cold; the phone itself is at least £800 and the Pixels won't drop in price till around August next year so effectively the phone contract is costing you less than £100! I am tempted but I've read that there's too much of a risk with the display which I wouldn't expect for a device of this price. But a good deal for anyone who's interested in this model, definitely.



I'm unsure myself, I'm guessing it's a combination of low data, being on Vodafone and people not liking the Pixel 2 XL this year due to bad press on that pOLED panel, it wouldn't put me off to be honest, I've been down to a local shop to look at both phones and yes there is a blue shift when you view it off axis but in real world use I don't think you would be bothered by it or notice it that much, that's what the general feedback is from what I've read from people who own them.

For example have a read of this review / opinion I found last night.
Edited by: "s7uart" 8th Dec 2017
s7uart8th Dec 2017

I wouldn't know sorry, probably best to try and contact them to find …I wouldn't know sorry, probably best to try and contact them to find out.I'm unsure myself, I'm guessing it's a combination of low data, being on Vodafone and people not liking the Pixel 2 XL this year due to bad press on that pOLED panel, it wouldn't put me off to be honest, I've been down to a local shop to look at both phones and yes there is a blue shift when you view it off axis but in real world use I don't think you would be bothered by it or notice it that much, that's what the general feedback is from what I've read from people who own them.For example have a read of this review / opinion I found last night.


I think that the data amount is about right for most normal users but that O2 flooding the market with 12GB for the price of 4 has made skewed things.
I've actually just ordered the standard Pixel 2; whilst Vodafone isn't ideal they actually have better coverage compared to O2 in my area. EE is still king but they aren't even bothering to compete at this point.
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