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Huawei P30 Pro 128GB Breathing Crystal- £40/month = £960 total Plus £120 Huawei cashback @ Mobile Phones Direct
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Huawei P30 Pro 128GB Breathing Crystal- £40/month = £960 total Plus £120 Huawei cashback @ Mobile Phones Direct

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Posted 20th Mar

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

O2 deal. £23.50 pm after cashback. £40pm before cashback. Plus £120 can be separately claimed from Huawei which brings the effective cost to £18.50 pm.

60GB Data
+ Unlimited Minutes
+ Unlimited Texts
+ 24 Month Contract

Includes £396 Cashback
Provided by Mobile Phones Direct, which effectively reduces the monthly line rental by £16.50.


Includes £120 additional cashback from Huawei that will need to be claimed separately.

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This is a good deal but calculate the effective monthly cost to include the £120 huawei cashback otherwise this will get cold
Heat. This will end up £444 after cashbacks. If you're already paying £10 a month or more for sim only then you're looking at a handset cost of just £204 (£8.50 a month for 24 months).
cbates6020/03/2020 09:59

Heat. This will end up £444 after cashbacks. If you're already paying £10 a …Heat. This will end up £444 after cashbacks. If you're already paying £10 a month or more for sim only then you're looking at a handset cost of just £204 (£8.50 a month for 24 months).


Thanks for the calculations. Deal is expiring in 1 hour or so and I posted quickly without going into much details.
dwattsy2120/03/2020 09:41

This is a good deal but calculate the effective monthly cost to include …This is a good deal but calculate the effective monthly cost to include the £120 huawei cashback otherwise this will get cold


Deal is expiring soon and I posted quickly without going into much details. I am sure people will check all the details on the link provided. Thanks for the mention. Your comment will help a lot of people
mobiles.co.uk and e2save.com owned by Dixons Carphone Warehouse. They've warned of potential closure. MPD is a division of AO.com. Why am I writing this down? Because the upfront cost each month is high and in an uncertain time, carries some risk...

That being said, a good deal if everything works out.
Potterified20/03/2020 11:17

mobiles.co.uk and e2save.com owned by Dixons Carphone Warehouse. They've …mobiles.co.uk and e2save.com owned by Dixons Carphone Warehouse. They've warned of potential closure. MPD is a division of AO.com. Why am I writing this down? Because the upfront cost each month is high and in an uncertain time, carries some risk...That being said, a good deal if everything works out.


Good deal but closure worry's me. But then stepping outside worry's me these days. Whats the world coming to.

I'll give some heat cos we all need a boost these days
Edited by: "snappyfish" 20th Mar
KashifNazir20/03/2020 10:11

Deal is expiring soon and I posted quickly without going into much …Deal is expiring soon and I posted quickly without going into much details. I am sure people will check all the details on the link provided. Thanks for the mention. Your comment will help a lot of people


Unfortunately they don't. I posted a cashback MPD deal and it got to - 200. A week later the monthly cost for the same deal was reduced by a pound. Posted that and worded it different got to 250
Seems to be live on their website again?
bigjmac21/03/2020 19:12

Seems to be live on their website again?


This deal was including £396 cashback from MobilePhonesDirect and then £120 from Huawei
KashifNazir21/03/2020 19:18

This deal was including £396 cashback from MobilePhonesDirect and then …This deal was including £396 cashback from MobilePhonesDirect and then £120 from Huawei


What makes you think the deal has expired? It’s actually still showing on the MPD website.
cbates6021/03/2020 19:29

What makes you think the deal has expired? It’s actually still showing on t …What makes you think the deal has expired? It’s actually still showing on the MPD website.


Sorry my fault. The deal is still there. When i checked it yesterday, website was showing that deal will expire in 1 hour.
Damn good deal should be hotter!!! Very temted
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