Huawei Mate 10 Pro (Last day for £100 cashback), example contract: O2 (CPW) 3GB data 24 month contract £29pm + £199.99 upfront £895.99 before cashback
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Huawei Mate 10 Pro (Last day for £100 cashback), example contract: O2 (CPW) 3GB data 24 month contract £29pm + £199.99 upfront £895.99 before cashback

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LocalFound 7th Jan
Huawei Mate 10 Pro Last day for £100 cashback!

huaweipromo.co.uk/gb/…ome

Awesome phone just read some reviews online, great specs for an amazing alternative to an iPhone X, Note 8, S8/+ etc.

dxomark.com/hua…ce/
trustedreviews.com/rev…pro
techradar.com/rev…view


Example contract with O2 through Carphone Warehouse:
£29 per month, £199.99 upfront - Unlimited mins/text and 3GB data for 24 months.
- £100 cashback
- £50 possible Topcashback/Quidco
= £745.99 total cost for a £699 phone and 3Gb data!

topcashback.co.uk/car…se/
quidco.com/car…06c
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3GB of data is that a joke?
Phones built for media consumption with soo little data seems so wrong.
edemmaty1 h, 1 m ago

I believe it is 32gb


I believe they meant the package not the phone.
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Apologies new user so still learning best practice, already uploaded this deal on the 22nd Dec (https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/huawei-mate-10-pro-now-699-unlocked-sim-free-with-100-cashback-carphone-warehouse-2862025).

This was moderated before upload which changed the focus of this post from "last day to claim £100 cashback" to the example contract with O2. Deal was not specifically the 3gb plan with O2 but the £100 off handset and possible £50 with TCB/Quidco, used cheapest total 24 month CPW deal as an example.

Removed info as could not find an option to remove what is a repost from the one linked above, in hindsight I should have just edited my previous post.
I've got a Huawei Y6 II. Great phone, good value and nothing ever goes wrong with it, which is more than can be said for the Samsungs I've had in the past, which come bundled with absurd amounts of bloatware! The only negatives with the Y6 II is the battery life runs down quite fast if you use it a lot but then it is a large screen, and also the build quality is a little bit plastic, but for the value and lack of headaches with it I'd definitely buy this or a Xiaomi next time.

Don't know about this model above! Seems massively overpriced.
Edited by: "lookatmywadd" 7th Jan
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lookatmywadd14 m ago

I've got a Huawei Y6 II. Great phone, good value and nothing ever goes …I've got a Huawei Y6 II. Great phone, good value and nothing ever goes wrong with it, which is more than can be said for the Samsungs I've had in the past, which come bundled with absurd amounts of bloatware! The only negatives with the Y6 II is the battery life runs down quite fast if you use it a lot but then it is a large screen, and also the build quality is a little bit plastic, but for the value and lack of headaches with it I'd definitely buy this or a Xiaomi next time.Don't know about this model above! Seems massively overpriced.


The Y6 range are entry level models, where as this is their high end flagship to compete with the likes of iPhone X £999, Samsung Note 8 £869 etc. So I would say £599 for an equivalent if not better spec alternative is a steal!
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