Huawei Nexus 6P - Unlimited Mins & Texts - 3GB Data (£25.83) £31.00 before cashback £744 @ mobiles.co.uk
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Huawei Nexus 6P - Unlimited Mins & Texts - 3GB Data (£25.83) £31.00 before cashback £744 @ mobiles.co.uk

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Found 1st Oct 2015
Excellent Deal for either the Black or Silver Nexus 6P, all of which are on O2.

For £25.83 a month you are getting an excellent phone, unlimited min & texts with 3GB of Data.

Best price i have seen so far. This is the first deal iv'e posted so please point out any mistakes etc.

P.S this is also available at CPW but at £36 per month, no redemption but you get a free £30 Chromecast audio dongle, but still not worth it.
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Why the cold votes people?
If this doesn't get super hot i think my first post will be my last lol
A little big for me, but still hot for somebody that can handle the extra inches.
I know where your coming from, if the 5X had an Amoled screen and two speakers on the front i probably would of gone for that, thanks for the heat
No nexus should be this price, I'd rather buy a Xiaomi MI4c
that's not the 6p, its the old nexus 6
catcalledmorris

that's not the 6p, its the old nexus 6



I think your confused, this is the new Nexus 6P
Its not expired but can't see where to delete deals on here, as far too many haters on here which really is a shame.
This is tempting , 02 has the worst data reliability though.
Amin

No nexus should be this price, I'd rather buy a Xiaomi MI4c



The Nexus 6P is a premium phone, hence the P, this is still alot cheaper than an iPhone, and its probably the biggest rival to an iPhone yet, especially in terms of build quality, hence why Google teamed up with Huawei.
Phenominal deal. Cancelled my current contract on seeing this. Will get it ordered later. Heat added.

Anyone voting cold, please link me to a cheaper deal for this phone. Would be amazing to get it less than £25pcm when my sim free deal is £20!
Some people don't like contracts, some don't like paying money for stuff.
Hey ho.
Have some heat - good find
good deal why cold ?
Voted hot.
What is the deal with the cashback?

£10.50 cashback via topcashback as well
Voted hot but I need more data.
Hot shame there's nothing available for the 64gb models
I've heated this, but I'm wary of O2. I'm torn between the 5x and the 6p. The deals on here for the 5x seem better.

...Of course if I could hold my water for a week or two, I'm sure there'd be an even better deal coming along!
Cold. Would have been a truly smashing if it was 5 inches.
ChampionshipManager

Cold. Would have been a truly smashing if it was 5 inches.



​this is hot UK deals. Not rate my phone. You are voting on if this is a good price for the product listed? If yes, heat. If no, cold and tell us where we can get it cheaper.
Good deal for the 6P, but not for me as I never go contract. Heat added.
StanBlanco

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.mobiles.co.uk



The thing is please ask yourself when you have ever left a good review for a company you purchased your phone from??? I have used Mobiles.co.uk on 3 occasions and not had any issues.
thomps121

The thing is please ask yourself when you have ever left a good review … The thing is please ask yourself when you have ever left a good review for a company you purchased your phone from??? I have used Mobiles.co.uk on 3 occasions and not had any issues.



Also for anyone not in the know, mobiles.co.uk are a subsidiary of Dixons Carphone Warehouse.
Also their main reviews are here anyway 4.7 out of over 5000 is pretty damn good -

reviews.co.uk/com…rue
This is a good deal, however the phone isn't as good as people think it is, or is suited to them, the two main points being this uses the 810, and no matter how optimised they make it and how much they throttle it, it will heat up and lag and cause problems, infact on bemchmark tests even the 801 performs better, so dont let this phones high spec, at least on paper sell you, and secondly, this phone is big, bigger than a note 5 and even the S6 Edge +, so make sure you want a big phablet before you tie yourself into to 24 months.
pelaquin

This is a good deal, however the phone isn't as good as people think it … This is a good deal, however the phone isn't as good as people think it is, or is suited to them, the two main points being this uses the 810, and no matter how optimised they make it and how much they throttle it, it will heat up and lag and cause problems, infact on bemchmark tests even the 801 performs better, so dont let this phones high spec, at least on paper sell you, and secondly, this phone is big, bigger than a note 5 and even the S6 Edge +, so make sure you want a big phablet before you tie yourself into to 24 months.



I really don't agree with what your saying here, i'm not saying you are wrong but im saying that i trust the developers and engineers at Google, who might i add are pretty smart over you, that's all it comes down to.

Also if your right and it does overheat, i will be returning it and changing to another phone, which won't be a samsung although the design and hardware are gorgeous, the software stinks, badly!
thomps121

I really don't agree with what your saying here, i'm not saying you are … I really don't agree with what your saying here, i'm not saying you are wrong but im saying that i trust the developers and engineers at Google, who might i add are pretty smart over you, that's all it comes down to.Also if your right and it does overheat, i will be returning it and changing to another phone, which won't be a samsung although the design and hardware are gorgeous, the software stinks, badly!



Also just incase your interested, the Oneplus 2 has the same processor and they have made it run perfectly fine, so i expect Google to be even better.

androidheadlines.com/201…tml
Brilliant deal OP. Heat added.
Great Deal OP. My nexus 5 is still in mint condition but could resist this deal.
Voting cold cos my room is cold.
Great deal, thanks OP.
kye1987

​this is hot UK deals. Not rate my phone. You are voting on if this is a g … ​this is hot UK deals. Not rate my phone. You are voting on if this is a good price for the product listed? If yes, heat. If no, cold and tell us where we can get it cheaper.



It's HotUKDeals not HotUKLowestPrices.
thomps121

Why the cold votes people?


maybe because some don't want to be tied in 24month contract for ''only'' 30pounds/month for a bloody phone?
This says new contract. For upgrades the prices are higher. Does that mean that I can't use it if I want to keep my number?
airmark

This says new contract. For upgrades the prices are higher. Does that … This says new contract. For upgrades the prices are higher. Does that mean that I can't use it if I want to keep my number?



You can keep your number by requesting a PAC code from your current network and giving that code to the new network provider. They'll transfer your number over within a couple of days usually.
Is this the best contract deal out there?
rofldinho

You can keep your number by requesting a PAC code from your current … You can keep your number by requesting a PAC code from your current network and giving that code to the new network provider. They'll transfer your number over within a couple of days usually.


The thing is I'm already with O2, so the transfer is internal (no PAC involved), will this still count as a new contract?
airmark

The thing is I'm already with O2, so the transfer is internal (no PAC … The thing is I'm already with O2, so the transfer is internal (no PAC involved), will this still count as a new contract?



Yes, it will. They can't count a new contract with them as an upgrade on a previous one.

I've transferred numbers between the same network provider a couple of times (Tesco to Tesco, which runs on the o2 network, and T-Mobile to T-Mobile) and not had any issues, it's just a simple phone call to customer services.
Edited by: "rofldinho" 4th Oct 2015
I'll give you some heat I have had the Nexus 5 for 2 years and it is brilliant plus I love stock Android. Hubby has a Samsung and its horrible to use. I have wanted a phablet for months and have ordered the 6P 64gb Frost from Google. I have a £13 monthly rolling "all you can eat" sim only deal with 3UK. The Nexus phones retain good value so I'll make a bit selling the 5 too.
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