Huawei P20 Pro Twilight - 1GB - 150£ upfront - 18£ p/m - mobiles.co.uk (term £582) @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Huawei P20 Pro Twilight - 1GB - 150£ upfront - 18£ p/m - mobiles.co.uk (term £582) @ Mobiles.co.uk

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I contacted mobiles.co.uk about the Twilight color and they added it to website today. Unfortunately 20GB data package is not available but 1GB package available with 150£ upfront. Good deal for Twilight color.
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windta1ker18 h, 50 m ago

Chinese phone with a locked boot loader...nice


i agree better to get one of the latest British telephone box's
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Edited by: "Infractionboi" 10th Jul
retro_pie5 m ago

It your only going to use 1gb data a month this phone is completely wasted …It your only going to use 1gb data a month this phone is completely wasted on you.


We have a winner, someone who doesn't grasp that WiFI is used more than 4G by some.
kos1c3 h, 27 m ago

How's the recording aspect? I've been tempted to sell my S8 and grab …How's the recording aspect? I've been tempted to sell my S8 and grab either the p20 pro or the s9 +. I get mixed reviews with the video camera. While the photo camera is ace (apart from over processing sharpness at times). What's your thoughts on video?


I owned the P20 Pro for nearly two months. I wouldn't strictly describe the camera as 'ace' as it has a lot of downsides and isn't necessarily better than your S8 in many scenarios - the image processing really did ruin photos in many instances for me, and the AI unfortunately kicks in with portrait mode almost every time it sees a human. This can of course be overridden, but if you're doing quick snapshots and don't notice then there is no option to revert to a non-portrait version after the fact (as with the iPhone or Pixel). The only real boon to me was the night mode (which is great fun for artistic dynamic range). The telephoto camera output was overprocessed to the point of being unusable for anything other than documenting a sign in the distance and the monochrome sensor, whilst fun for the odd artistic shot, is fairly niche in terms of use-cases. Another annoyance was with the camera shortcut button - on most Androids you can double-tap the power button to launch the camera in any scenario, whether the screen is on or off. On the P20 Pro the shortcut is to double-tap the volume down button when the screen is OFF, and you can can't perform this action if any multimedia is playing. This might not seem like a big deal but to someone who takes a lot of shots on the fly like me it was the difference between catching and missing a shot.

Video recording is decent in 1080P but there's no OIS used for video - it's all EIS - and sound quality from the mics was basically average. I'd say that the S8 takes much better video.

On the plus side it has really good battery life and the hardware feels quality. The stereo speakers are very good and if you miss having a headphone jack then you can use a cheap USB C charging/3.5mm splitter for about £8 off Amazon to charge and listen to headphones at the same time, since the DAC on the P20 Pro supports analogue output over USB.

The phone felt fast enough in use but was not blazing. Its CPU is the same Kirin 970 seen in the Honor View 10, Mate 10 Pro and the Honor 10 I picked up from Argos for £239 the other day. It's basically kind of on par with the Snapdragon 835 and the Exynos seen in the S8 and Note 8.

I don't entirely trust Huawei to support this phone in terms of Android updates as the phone gets older as they churn out a lot of hardware and the previous generation then gets kind of forgotten. They have a bit of a reputation of drumming up hype about their products by offering a lot of 'perks' to reviewers. I can't speak for that, but I can say that although this is a nice device it doesn't live up to the great hype *for me*. I ended up getting £420 for my device and I suspect the prices will drop quite quickly, so if it were me I would wait a month or so longer unless you are desperate to upgrade.

Just to clarify again, this is just my opinion as an avid phone buyer and user. Other people no doubt love this phone and I respect their opinion. As a fairly keen mobile photographer with some background in traditional photography though I'd say its image prowess is somewhat overblown.
Edited by: "misterleoni" 9th Jul
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Very good deal, you can't buy this at £582 sim free, super hot.
Bargain
Well done for thinking to phone them about the Twilight colour. - I didn't!
Got mine from them a few weeks ago on same deal, would have loved the Twilight colour. Loving the phone though. Super hot.
This is soooo tempting.

Not going to take me long to think should I buy or not.
Nooooooooooooo! Just got this exact deal on the blue... To return or not to return that is the question!
Great price, heat added. Is this the single SIM or dual SIM version?
But the 1GB deal is with Vodafone - nooooooooooooooooo
roseytoesrose49 m ago

Well done for thinking to phone them about the Twilight colour. - I …Well done for thinking to phone them about the Twilight colour. - I didn't! Got mine from them a few weeks ago on same deal, would have loved the Twilight colour. Loving the phone though. Super hot.


How's the recording aspect?
I've been tempted to sell my S8 and grab either the p20 pro or the s9 +.

I get mixed reviews with the video camera. While the photo camera is ace (apart from over processing sharpness at times). What's your thoughts on video?
Chinese phone with a locked boot loader...nice
windta1ker18 h, 50 m ago

Chinese phone with a locked boot loader...nice


i agree better to get one of the latest British telephone box's
34294861-L5W4M.jpg
Edited by: "Infractionboi" 10th Jul
Sphere18 m ago

But the 1GB deal is with Vodafone - nooooooooooooooooo


Who cares and who's buying it for the SIM?

Get another SIM.
Does th phone comme unlocked? I already have a sim with 3 but no phone,
Infractionboi8 m ago

i agree better to get one of the latest english telephones [Image]


That’s a British telephone box not English
G0rdonGekko6 m ago

Who cares and who's buying it for the SIM?Get another SIM.


What would the point in that be ? Just buy the other deal with more data if you need more data
Kindsaver8 m ago

Does th phone comme unlocked? I already have a sim with 3 but no phone,



Yes unlocked mate, I just asked their CS.
Bugger, I messaged them about the Twilight colour to be told no only blue or black. Ended up going for the blue.
what are huawei like for updates?
It your only going to use 1gb data a month this phone is completely wasted on you.
retro_pie5 m ago

It your only going to use 1gb data a month this phone is completely wasted …It your only going to use 1gb data a month this phone is completely wasted on you.


We have a winner, someone who doesn't grasp that WiFI is used more than 4G by some.
retro_pie17 m ago

It your only going to use 1gb data a month this phone is completely wasted …It your only going to use 1gb data a month this phone is completely wasted on you.


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Are they easy to unlock via Vodafone?
retro_pie58 m ago

It your only going to use 1gb data a month this phone is completely wasted …It your only going to use 1gb data a month this phone is completely wasted on you.


Looks like this one will suit the data hungry
hotukdeals.com/dea…550
or
hotukdeals.com/dea…697

To each their own!
vivski1231 h, 42 m ago

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WiFi at home and work. Most other times I am driving. I have a 4gb package and use about 500mb a month.
Does anyone know when can we get a package upgrade in Vodafone for the data?
kos1c3 h, 27 m ago

How's the recording aspect? I've been tempted to sell my S8 and grab …How's the recording aspect? I've been tempted to sell my S8 and grab either the p20 pro or the s9 +. I get mixed reviews with the video camera. While the photo camera is ace (apart from over processing sharpness at times). What's your thoughts on video?


I owned the P20 Pro for nearly two months. I wouldn't strictly describe the camera as 'ace' as it has a lot of downsides and isn't necessarily better than your S8 in many scenarios - the image processing really did ruin photos in many instances for me, and the AI unfortunately kicks in with portrait mode almost every time it sees a human. This can of course be overridden, but if you're doing quick snapshots and don't notice then there is no option to revert to a non-portrait version after the fact (as with the iPhone or Pixel). The only real boon to me was the night mode (which is great fun for artistic dynamic range). The telephoto camera output was overprocessed to the point of being unusable for anything other than documenting a sign in the distance and the monochrome sensor, whilst fun for the odd artistic shot, is fairly niche in terms of use-cases. Another annoyance was with the camera shortcut button - on most Androids you can double-tap the power button to launch the camera in any scenario, whether the screen is on or off. On the P20 Pro the shortcut is to double-tap the volume down button when the screen is OFF, and you can can't perform this action if any multimedia is playing. This might not seem like a big deal but to someone who takes a lot of shots on the fly like me it was the difference between catching and missing a shot.

Video recording is decent in 1080P but there's no OIS used for video - it's all EIS - and sound quality from the mics was basically average. I'd say that the S8 takes much better video.

On the plus side it has really good battery life and the hardware feels quality. The stereo speakers are very good and if you miss having a headphone jack then you can use a cheap USB C charging/3.5mm splitter for about £8 off Amazon to charge and listen to headphones at the same time, since the DAC on the P20 Pro supports analogue output over USB.

The phone felt fast enough in use but was not blazing. Its CPU is the same Kirin 970 seen in the Honor View 10, Mate 10 Pro and the Honor 10 I picked up from Argos for £239 the other day. It's basically kind of on par with the Snapdragon 835 and the Exynos seen in the S8 and Note 8.

I don't entirely trust Huawei to support this phone in terms of Android updates as the phone gets older as they churn out a lot of hardware and the previous generation then gets kind of forgotten. They have a bit of a reputation of drumming up hype about their products by offering a lot of 'perks' to reviewers. I can't speak for that, but I can say that although this is a nice device it doesn't live up to the great hype *for me*. I ended up getting £420 for my device and I suspect the prices will drop quite quickly, so if it were me I would wait a month or so longer unless you are desperate to upgrade.

Just to clarify again, this is just my opinion as an avid phone buyer and user. Other people no doubt love this phone and I respect their opinion. As a fairly keen mobile photographer with some background in traditional photography though I'd say its image prowess is somewhat overblown.
Edited by: "misterleoni" 9th Jul
misterleoni8 m ago

I owned the P20 Pro for nearly two months. I wouldn't strictly describe …I owned the P20 Pro for nearly two months. I wouldn't strictly describe the camera as 'ace' as it has a lot of downsides and isn't necessarily better than your S8 in many scenarios - the image processing really did ruin photos in many instances for me, and the AI unfortunately kicks in with portrait mode almost every time it sees a human. This can of course be overridden, but if you're doing quick snapshots and don't notice then there is no option to revert to a non-portrait version after the fact (as with the iPhone or Pixel). The only real boon to me was the night mode (which is great fun for artistic dynamic range). The telephoto camera output was overprocessed to the point of being unusable for anything other than documenting a sign in the distance and the monochrome sensor, whilst fun for the odd artistic shot, is fairly niche in terms of use-cases. Another annoyance was with the camera shortcut button - on most Androids you can double-tap the power button to launch the camera in any scenario, whether the screen is on or off. On the P20 Pro the shortcut is to double-tap the volume down button when the screen is OFF, and you can can't perform this action if any multimedia is playing. This might not seem like a big deal but to someone who takes a lot of shots on the fly like me it was the difference between catching and missing a shot. Video recording is decent in 1080P but there's no OIS used for video - it's all EIS - and sound quality from the mics was basically average. I'd say that the S8 takes much better video. On the plus side it has really good battery life and the hardware feels quality. The stereo speakers are very good and if you miss having a headphone jack then you can use a cheap USB C charging/3.5mm splitter for about £8 off Amazon to charge and listen to headphones at the same time, since the DAC on the P20 Pro supports analogue output over USB. The phone felt fast enough in use but was not blazing. Its CPU is the same Kirin 970 seen in the Honor View 10, Mate 10 Pro and the Honor 10 I picked up from Argos for £239 the other day. It's basically kind of on par with the Snapdragon 835 and the Exynos seen in the S8 and Note 8. I don't entirely trust Huawei to support this phone in terms of Android updates as the phone gets older as they churn out a lot of hardware and the previous generation then gets kind of forgotten. They have a bit of a reputation of drumming up hype about their products by offering a lot of 'perks' to reviewers. I can't speak for that, but I can say that although this is a nice device it doesn't live up to the great hype *for me*. I ended up getting £420 for my device and I suspect the prices will drop quite quickly, so if it were me I would wait a month or so longer unless you are desperate to upgrade.Just to clarify again, this is just my opinion as an avid phone buyer and user. Other people no doubt love this phone and I respect their opinion. As a fairly keen mobile photographer with some background in traditional photography though I'd say its image prowess is somewhat overblown.


I'm really grateful for the in-depth reply.

That's a shame that you were put off with the camera, and I feel I'd be the same as you and be more nit picking instead of enjoying it.

The one thing I've always regretted with the S8 was not going for the plus model, which makes the p20 pro a nice option. But I will take your advice and hold out for a little while. A friend of mine received his one in the post this morning. So I'll try use his for a little while to see if I have the same feelings as you did.

I still feel I want to sell my S8 and get a newer phone (possibly the S9+ or maybe dive into Google pixel 2xl) as with my upgrade next year I will go SIM only as phones aren't really making leaps and bounds anymore.
kos1c6 m ago

I'm really grateful for the in-depth reply. That's a shame that you were …I'm really grateful for the in-depth reply. That's a shame that you were put off with the camera, and I feel I'd be the same as you and be more nit picking instead of enjoying it. The one thing I've always regretted with the S8 was not going for the plus model, which makes the p20 pro a nice option. But I will take your advice and hold out for a little while. A friend of mine received his one in the post this morning. So I'll try use his for a little while to see if I have the same feelings as you did. I still feel I want to sell my S8 and get a newer phone (possibly the S9+ or maybe dive into Google pixel 2xl) as with my upgrade next year I will go SIM only as phones aren't really making leaps and bounds anymore.


If you're the sort of person who sticks with phones then I would suggest a Pixel 2. In my humble opinion it is the best camera smartphone available still, and I deeply regret selling mine. They also have the perk of fast updates, insanely smooth performance and unlimited Google Photos storage.

The S9 is nice and should receive decent updates. It has Qi charging and a headphone jack, as well as one of the nicest displays in the world. I'm not a fan of Samsung's software or image processing but I can't deny that the hardware itself is better than the Pixel.

I'm going to be sensible and hold out for my early upgrade, where I'll get a Pixel 3. I'm not a fan of big phones, and the perks of things like the S9 (telephoto and bigger screen) don't really appeal to me, since I like a compact devices that I can slip in and out of my pocket easily, and I haven't yet used a phone with decent telephoto performance - they all seem to have puny sensors and overdo the processing to the point where I would rather just use the main sensor and move closer to the subject.
misterleoni30 m ago

I owned the P20 Pro for nearly two months. I wouldn't strictly describe …I owned the P20 Pro for nearly two months. I wouldn't strictly describe the camera as 'ace' as it has a lot of downsides and isn't necessarily better than your S8 in many scenarios - the image processing really did ruin photos in many instances for me, and the AI unfortunately kicks in with portrait mode almost every time it sees a human. This can of course be overridden, but if you're doing quick snapshots and don't notice then there is no option to revert to a non-portrait version after the fact (as with the iPhone or Pixel). The only real boon to me was the night mode (which is great fun for artistic dynamic range). The telephoto camera output was overprocessed to the point of being unusable for anything other than documenting a sign in the distance and the monochrome sensor, whilst fun for the odd artistic shot, is fairly niche in terms of use-cases. Another annoyance was with the camera shortcut button - on most Androids you can double-tap the power button to launch the camera in any scenario, whether the screen is on or off. On the P20 Pro the shortcut is to double-tap the volume down button when the screen is OFF, and you can can't perform this action if any multimedia is playing. This might not seem like a big deal but to someone who takes a lot of shots on the fly like me it was the difference between catching and missing a shot. Video recording is decent in 1080P but there's no OIS used for video - it's all EIS - and sound quality from the mics was basically average. I'd say that the S8 takes much better video. On the plus side it has really good battery life and the hardware feels quality. The stereo speakers are very good and if you miss having a headphone jack then you can use a cheap USB C charging/3.5mm splitter for about £8 off Amazon to charge and listen to headphones at the same time, since the DAC on the P20 Pro supports analogue output over USB. The phone felt fast enough in use but was not blazing. Its CPU is the same Kirin 970 seen in the Honor View 10, Mate 10 Pro and the Honor 10 I picked up from Argos for £239 the other day. It's basically kind of on par with the Snapdragon 835 and the Exynos seen in the S8 and Note 8. I don't entirely trust Huawei to support this phone in terms of Android updates as the phone gets older as they churn out a lot of hardware and the previous generation then gets kind of forgotten. They have a bit of a reputation of drumming up hype about their products by offering a lot of 'perks' to reviewers. I can't speak for that, but I can say that although this is a nice device it doesn't live up to the great hype *for me*. I ended up getting £420 for my device and I suspect the prices will drop quite quickly, so if it were me I would wait a month or so longer unless you are desperate to upgrade.Just to clarify again, this is just my opinion as an avid phone buyer and user. Other people no doubt love this phone and I respect their opinion. As a fairly keen mobile photographer with some background in traditional photography though I'd say its image prowess is somewhat overblown.


Hi which phone would you recommend to have best camera please?
misterleoni21 m ago

If you're the sort of person who sticks with phones then I would suggest a …If you're the sort of person who sticks with phones then I would suggest a Pixel 2. In my humble opinion it is the best camera smartphone available still, and I deeply regret selling mine. They also have the perk of fast updates, insanely smooth performance and unlimited Google Photos storage. The S9 is nice and should receive decent updates. It has Qi charging and a headphone jack, as well as one of the nicest displays in the world. I'm not a fan of Samsung's software or image processing but I can't deny that the hardware itself is better than the Pixel. I'm going to be sensible and hold out for my early upgrade, where I'll get a Pixel 3. I'm not a fan of big phones, and the perks of things like the S9 (telephoto and bigger screen) don't really appeal to me, since I like a compact devices that I can slip in and out of my pocket easily, and I haven't yet used a phone with decent telephoto performance - they all seem to have puny sensors and overdo the processing to the point where I would rather just use the main sensor and move closer to the subject.


I tend to upgrade every 2 years (note 3 > s6 now the S8), but the phones don't really feel much different from each other. The S8 had the biggest change of course due to the screen size and more gesture based hidden menu over the other 2. (I have mine all set up in swipes with Nova launcher).

I did like the idea of a telephoto lens on a mobile. But if they are going to over process the image then it's just a wasted feature.

I will look at the pixel 2 XL, along side the S9 +.
I do love my S8 but I would like to have a slightly bigger display, so my phone covers the mini tablet and phone device in my life. The S8 has done that job, but I know having that extra screen size would be nicer.
misterleoni48 m ago

I owned the P20 Pro for nearly two months. I wouldn't strictly describe …I owned the P20 Pro for nearly two months. I wouldn't strictly describe the camera as 'ace' as it has a lot of downsides and isn't necessarily better than your S8 in many scenarios - the image processing really did ruin photos in many instances for me, and the AI unfortunately kicks in with portrait mode almost every time it sees a human. This can of course be overridden, but if you're doing quick snapshots and don't notice then there is no option to revert to a non-portrait version after the fact (as with the iPhone or Pixel). The only real boon to me was the night mode (which is great fun for artistic dynamic range). The telephoto camera output was overprocessed to the point of being unusable for anything other than documenting a sign in the distance and the monochrome sensor, whilst fun for the odd artistic shot, is fairly niche in terms of use-cases. Another annoyance was with the camera shortcut button - on most Androids you can double-tap the power button to launch the camera in any scenario, whether the screen is on or off. On the P20 Pro the shortcut is to double-tap the volume down button when the screen is OFF, and you can can't perform this action if any multimedia is playing. This might not seem like a big deal but to someone who takes a lot of shots on the fly like me it was the difference between catching and missing a shot. Video recording is decent in 1080P but there's no OIS used for video - it's all EIS - and sound quality from the mics was basically average. I'd say that the S8 takes much better video. On the plus side it has really good battery life and the hardware feels quality. The stereo speakers are very good and if you miss having a headphone jack then you can use a cheap USB C charging/3.5mm splitter for about £8 off Amazon to charge and listen to headphones at the same time, since the DAC on the P20 Pro supports analogue output over USB. The phone felt fast enough in use but was not blazing. Its CPU is the same Kirin 970 seen in the Honor View 10, Mate 10 Pro and the Honor 10 I picked up from Argos for £239 the other day. It's basically kind of on par with the Snapdragon 835 and the Exynos seen in the S8 and Note 8. I don't entirely trust Huawei to support this phone in terms of Android updates as the phone gets older as they churn out a lot of hardware and the previous generation then gets kind of forgotten. They have a bit of a reputation of drumming up hype about their products by offering a lot of 'perks' to reviewers. I can't speak for that, but I can say that although this is a nice device it doesn't live up to the great hype *for me*. I ended up getting £420 for my device and I suspect the prices will drop quite quickly, so if it were me I would wait a month or so longer unless you are desperate to upgrade.Just to clarify again, this is just my opinion as an avid phone buyer and user. Other people no doubt love this phone and I respect their opinion. As a fairly keen mobile photographer with some background in traditional photography though I'd say its image prowess is somewhat overblown.


Not particularly interested in buying this phone but that was a great unbiased review.
Im also an avid phone buyer, using both Android and iOS and most deal threads are just full of 'fanboy' comments.
great phone, selling my s9 plus for this... mainly for the battery!
camera is great overall coming from a s9 plus im happy
I have this phone. It's a quality made phone on par with the competition. I much prefer it to the Samsung S9 which I returned for this. It's not without its faults though all of which are software related apart from the notification light which is smaller than tiny. After 2 weeks of using the phone I have ditched the Hauwei launcher in favour for the Microsoft launcher which is more suitable to my needs. The Hauwei one doesn't even include for number counters for messages. Initially I found the battery nowhere near as good as my LG G4 so reset the phone and didn't copy over any apps or sign into any of the Hauwei stuff. I then just reinstalled the apps manually. It is ok now but I can see why they have gone for a 4000mah battery. No super charge either. My G4 would charge from 5% to full in just over an hour but it's about two and a half hours for the P20 pro. There are some nice features on this phone and even using the EMUI overlay i preferred it to Samsung's option but the Microsoft launcher is definitely the best I have tried. It greatly improves the phone in my opinion and has the ability to hide apps which is missing him the stock launcher. It also allows for more customising which is very basic on the stock launcher. The phone is nice and quick and then less pixels per inch over my previous phone isn't noticeable. There are quite a few things amaze me over my old phone. The Bluetooth transfer is unbelievably quick in comparison and being able to see the screen in bright sunlight just blows me away. I haven't had that before. Calls are crisper and the sound when playing music or videos is excellent for a phone. The camera is remarkably quick but wouldn't say it was a huge improvement over my previous phone. My previous phones have taken pictures good enough to have as wallpaper on my 22" monitor. The one thing I have noticed on all camera phones is that many images of my grandchildren are often blurred as they don't sit still long enough to capture a true image. Not so with the P20 pro though. Image stabilization is extremely good and one of the reasons I picked this over any other.
Standi4 h, 9 m ago

Bugger, I messaged them about the Twilight colour to be told no only blue …Bugger, I messaged them about the Twilight colour to be told no only blue or black. Ended up going for the blue.


I've ordered the twilight colour online with no issues...due for delivery on Wednesday
markrduk4 h, 58 m ago

Nooooooooooooo! Just got this exact deal on the blue... To return or not …Nooooooooooooo! Just got this exact deal on the blue... To return or not to return that is the question!


Twilight looks fantastic... Just ordered 😁
yahoo0071 h, 54 m ago

Hi which phone would you recommend to have best camera please?


If you’re not interested in fiddling around with manual settings and want a great ‘snapshot’ camera then to my mind there is nothing to touch the Pixel 2.
leelukehope1 h, 41 m ago

Not particularly interested in buying this phone but that was a great …Not particularly interested in buying this phone but that was a great unbiased review. Im also an avid phone buyer, using both Android and iOS and most deal threads are just full of 'fanboy' comments.


There were certainly some nice features on this phone, but as someone who invested in it with my money (something almost none of the early online reviewers did) I’m happy to be honest and say that personally I didn’t find it good enough to keep. I’m just me though, and everyone has their own take on what makes a good or a bad phone. I tend to be more critical than most and my priorities are different to reviewers, some of whom might have an eye on offending the manufacturer and missing out on the next big Huawei party. I actually tend to heed the opinion of my friends more than online reviewers as I know that their investment is ‘real’.
Edited by: "misterleoni" 9th Jul
Infractionboi6 h, 4 m ago

i agree better to get one of the latest english telephones [Image]


That's a public convenience.
Agharta9th Jul

We have a winner, someone who doesn't grasp that WiFI is used more than 4G …We have a winner, someone who doesn't grasp that WiFI is used more than 4G by some.


1gb tends to be favoured by Agoraphobics.
misterleoni9th Jul

If you’re not interested in fiddling around with manual settings and want a …If you’re not interested in fiddling around with manual settings and want a great ‘snapshot’ camera then to my mind there is nothing to touch the Pixel 2.


Thanks a lot for taking time out to reply really appreciate your advice.
Does anyone know what Vodafone are like for capping contracts? Can't see an actual figure online.
I want this phone and will pass my s6 to my son but I've got a great monthly rolling with EE and an extra 5gb for being a broadband customer so I want that in this phone and give my son this Vodafone contract.
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