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Google pixel 4 (Vodafone) 24 months x £29, £9.99 upfront (£706) at e2save £705.99 term
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Google pixel 4 (Vodafone) 24 months x £29, £9.99 upfront (£706) at e2save £705.99 term

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Posted 1st Dec 2019

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Reasonably priced pixel 4 contract deal with non of this cash back redemption nonsense

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20GB data
unlimited texts
unlimited calls
on Vodafone
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17 Comments
Good deal but redemption not nonsense. Only one quick email and you get the money. I got the s9 with 100gb of data last December for 16 quid. One 2 minute email form every 3 month hardly laborious
Ps the phone is 64gb. For some people that is a put off as you cant expand the storage on Google phones anymore(bonkers).
matthew188801/12/2019 08:24

Good deal but redemption not nonsense. Only one quick email and you get …Good deal but redemption not nonsense. Only one quick email and you get the money. I got the s9 with 100gb of data last December for 16 quid. One 2 minute email form every 3 month hardly laborious


That might well be the case but you have to part with more money per month plus people will invariably forget to claim it back in the allotted time periods
DrTort01/12/2019 08:28

That might well be the case but you have to part with more money per month …That might well be the case but you have to part with more money per month plus people will invariably forget to claim it back in the allotted time periods


Agree about the forgetting but that's their fault. I've found the process painless and I'm the most disorganised fool on the planet. A fool and his money........
You need to change the pic mate, people will see a 3a and £705 and automatically vote cold, as it is, I've read it, and I think it's a hot deal.
matthew188801/12/2019 08:31

Agree about the forgetting but that's their fault. I've found the process …Agree about the forgetting but that's their fault. I've found the process painless and I'm the most disorganised fool on the planet. A fool and his money........


Quite a lot of people lost out when Dialaphone and a few other old mobile phone resellers have folded.

Remember folks: your cashback is only as safe as the company paying it.
CaptainSocks01/12/2019 08:45

Quite a lot of people lost out when Dialaphone and a few other old mobile …Quite a lot of people lost out when Dialaphone and a few other old mobile phone resellers have folded. Remember folks: your cashback is only as safe as the company paying it.


We takes our chances. Personally if mobilesphonedirect folded my bill would go up to 32 which is the same as the majority of folk who buy from companies like EE direct.
i can't believe theres no finger print scanner!
DrTort01/12/2019 08:28

That might well be the case but you have to part with more money per month …That might well be the case but you have to part with more money per month plus people will invariably forget to claim it back in the allotted time periods


As its a Google phone it comes with a Google calendar. One swift action adds a reminder to that said calendar every 3 months or whatever to get you to send the email. Modern tech eh?
I posted the almost same deal the other day, but you also get a free Google hub hotukdeals.com/dea…729
matthew188801/12/2019 08:24

Good deal but redemption not nonsense. Only one quick email and you get …Good deal but redemption not nonsense. Only one quick email and you get the money. I got the s9 with 100gb of data last December for 16 quid. One 2 minute email form every 3 month hardly laborious


I got the same deal from MD and it's going well with no problems.
matthew188801/12/2019 08:52

We takes our chances. Personally if mobilesphonedirect folded my bill …We takes our chances. Personally if mobilesphonedirect folded my bill would go up to 32 which is the same as the majority of folk who buy from companies like EE direct.


Mobile Phones Direct who were bought out and owned by the massive retailer AO Group? I think we'll be ok!
Been looking for some good unlocked deals on these but nothing...
Don't get this phone, battery is beyond mediocre... (4XL is ok though)
Edited by: "ck12111" 2nd Dec 2019
cabbagekitten01/12/2019 10:28

i can't believe theres no finger print scanner!


I agree. Google trying to be Apple. I would prefer they blaze their own trail (apart from the radar tech which I can't see any use for whatsoever). They pushed things with the camera and they need to stay on that track, not follow Cupertino.

The Nexus line was far more interesting however now they've competed head-on with other smartphone vendors, I can't see that ever coming back.

Why don't they advertise the pixel line on TV anymore?
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ck1211102/12/2019 00:31

Don't get this phone, battery is beyond mediocre... (4XL is ok though)


Is the battery really that bad on the 4? I'm contemplating getting it, although the lack of fingerprint, memory card and headphone jack is all putting me off a bit...
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