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Huawei P30 Pro 512GB (Amber Sunrise) Vodafone Entertainment Unlimited MAX £49pm | £75.99 upfront (£1215.99 Total) via Mobile Phones Direct
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Huawei P30 Pro 512GB (Amber Sunrise) Vodafone Entertainment Unlimited MAX £49pm | £75.99 upfront (£1215.99 Total) via Mobile Phones Direct

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Posted 23rd Dec 2019

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Probably the cheapest NO HASSLE NO CASHBACK deal for this ***512 giga version*** of the mighty Huawei P30 Pro, coming with true uncapped speed and data on Vodafone Max including 24 months of ENTERTAINMENT pack.

Potential £49.56 from Topcashback as well.

There are cheaper deal with redemption deals of course, this is not supposed to be voted in comparison to those obviously cheaper (but riskier) ones.

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27 Comments
What is the entertainment package??
matthew188823/12/2019 17:20

What is the entertainment package??


It's right there in the picture
Interestingly people voting down after a few seconds and I bet without having read properly the deal. Those downvoters should provide a better deal than this one,compared to this specific model 512gb and for the same network tariff. If so, they should provide the link here or post it themselves.
Honestly @MrSwitch since you know more than anyone else about phone deals, tell me about this deal if is a deal as I shared it for the HUKD community or if he's objectively not good per se.
Voted cold after 5 seconds, it means people don't even read past the title.
Edited by: "italondonistaavataurino" 23rd Dec 2019
Google/No Google?
italondonistaavataurino23/12/2019 17:27

Interestingly people voting down after a few seconds and I bet without …Interestingly people voting down after a few seconds and I bet without having read properly the deal. Those downvoters should provide a better deal than this one,compared to this specific model 512gb and for the same network tariff. If so, they should provide the link here or post it themselves.Honestly @MrSwitch since you know more than anyone else about phone deals, tell me about this deal if is a deal as I shared it for the HUKD community or if he's objectively not good per se. Voted cold after 5 seconds, it means people don't even read past the title.


I think any mobile deal on here which is over £1k is auto cold, whether it's right or wrong.
italondonistaavataurino23/12/2019 17:27

Interestingly people voting down after a few seconds and I bet without …Interestingly people voting down after a few seconds and I bet without having read properly the deal. Those downvoters should provide a better deal than this one,compared to this specific model 512gb and for the same network tariff. If so, they should provide the link here or post it themselves.Honestly @MrSwitch since you know more than anyone else about phone deals, tell me about this deal if is a deal as I shared it for the HUKD community or if he's objectively not good per se. Voted cold after 5 seconds, it means people don't even read past the title.


The phone at uts cheapest from a uk supplier sim free currently is £899, so that makes the unlimited Max Data worth £352?, look at it like that, makes it a good deal, but as has been said, any deal over £1k, whether its an Samsung, Huawei or apple, generally get voted cold.
italondonistaavataurino23/12/2019 17:27

Interestingly people voting down after a few seconds and I bet without …Interestingly people voting down after a few seconds and I bet without having read properly the deal. Those downvoters should provide a better deal than this one,compared to this specific model 512gb and for the same network tariff. If so, they should provide the link here or post it themselves.Honestly @MrSwitch since you know more than anyone else about phone deals, tell me about this deal if is a deal as I shared it for the HUKD community or if he's objectively not good per se. Voted cold after 5 seconds, it means people don't even read past the title.


this model was £499 at GiffGaf on black Friday, it will be heavily discounted again
Brilliant phone with full Google Apps by the way
Vodafone bad customer service in my experience

Not voting either way
Edited by: "cullies" 23rd Dec 2019
spinach_pie23/12/2019 17:35

I think any mobile deal on here which is over £1k is auto cold, whether …I think any mobile deal on here which is over £1k is auto cold, whether it's right or wrong.


It's a pity that many don't spend 30 secs to analyse the information and just rush for the sake of it.

Who wants this 512gb version knows how expensive are the nano memory cards by Huawei for this phone (and haven't seen any 256gb version yet, only 128gb ones), and that comes only in this colour.

They should compare the retail price of the phone and of the Vodafone's ENTERTAINMENT MAX package and do the math if better off buying the phone and the sim only separately.

I wouldn't buy the P30 Pro with only 128gb of storage, as I would fill it up in less than 1 year.

I hope others might look into the details even if voted frozenly cold so that they might actually take advantage of this offer, if after this specific phone and network.
cullies23/12/2019 17:47

this model was £499 at GiffGaf on black Friday, it will be heavily …this model was £499 at GiffGaf on black Friday, it will be heavily discounted againBrilliant phone with full Google Apps by the wayVodafone bad customer service in my experienceNot voting either way


Really the 512gb model was £499 or was it the 128gb one?
Regardless, I lost the 34pm Vodafone AYCE deal myself for the 128gb version during BF, as well as the O2 Refresh deal for £256 whatever..and people didn't buy at £49 the same Brother mono laser printer by Ryman as I did with 5 cartridges that after was raised to 3 times its price..
Price glitches or one-off deals are not actual deals for the other 364 days of the year...
But I understand that apparently people tend to downvote any deal above £1k as it seems, so...
MrSwitch23/12/2019 17:42

The phone at uts cheapest from a uk supplier sim free currently is £899, …The phone at uts cheapest from a uk supplier sim free currently is £899, so that makes the unlimited Max Data worth £352?, look at it like that, makes it a good deal, but as has been said, any deal over £1k, whether its an Samsung, Huawei or apple, generally get voted cold.


Well I will console myself for the coldness with
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I would have bought if it was P40 Pro 5G .
italondonistaavataurino23/12/2019 17:58

Really the 512gb model was £499 or was it the 128gb one?Regardless, I lost …Really the 512gb model was £499 or was it the 128gb one?Regardless, I lost the 34pm Vodafone AYCE deal myself for the 128gb version during BF, as well as the O2 Refresh deal for £256 whatever..and people didn't buy at £49 the same Brother mono laser printer by Ryman as I did with 5 cartridges that after was raised to 3 times its price..Price glitches or one-off deals are not actual deals for the other 364 days of the year...But I understand that apparently people tend to downvote any deal above £1k as it seems, so...


Sorry it was the 128GB version. The nano memory cards are about £30
italondonistaavataurino23/12/2019 17:49

It's a pity that many don't spend 30 secs to analyse the information and …It's a pity that many don't spend 30 secs to analyse the information and just rush for the sake of it.Who wants this 512gb version knows how expensive are the nano memory cards by Huawei for this phone (and haven't seen any 256gb version yet, only 128gb ones), and that comes only in this colour.They should compare the retail price of the phone and of the Vodafone's ENTERTAINMENT MAX package and do the math if better off buying the phone and the sim only separately.I wouldn't buy the P30 Pro with only 128gb of storage, as I would fill it up in less than 1 year.I hope others might look into the details even if voted frozenly cold so that they might actually take advantage of this offer, if after this specific phone and network.


I've had my trusty Mate 10 Pro with 128gb for nearly 2 years now. Take loads of photo's/ vids, recieve loads of 'media' via Whatsapp groups etc... Point is, I've never got close to using up the memory. In the age of cloud storage, what are you people doing to require over 500gb on your device?
ben_levick23/12/2019 18:11

I've had my trusty Mate 10 Pro with 128gb for nearly 2 years now. Take …I've had my trusty Mate 10 Pro with 128gb for nearly 2 years now. Take loads of photo's/ vids, recieve loads of 'media' via Whatsapp groups etc... Point is, I've never got close to using up the memory. In the age of cloud storage, what are you people doing to require over 500gb on your device?


I might agree to a certain extent for the average use of media of most people..but if I would do agree, I would consider that category as users going for £200ish phones with 64gb of storage usually; so, that category shouldn't be interested in this advanced phone or anything above £500. 256gb is "the new" 128gb and more storage is never enough, especially when unfortunately this phone doesn't offer common microsd cards as expansion; the use of top smartphones for people like me and for Pro/IT/Advanced users is probably more intense than the one of typical users who don't benefit from the potential of these powerhouses-phones. I do and my next phone won't have less than 256gb plus expandability.
This 512gb P30 Pro doesn't cost much more than the standard 128gb version over 24 months, all considered, I thought it to be better value than the 128gb version.
cullies23/12/2019 18:10

Sorry it was the 128GB version. The nano memory cards are about £30


As I thought. And didn't see any 256gb nano memories yet, hence my preference to this 512gb model.
italondonistaavataurino23/12/2019 17:49

It's a pity that many don't spend 30 secs to analyse the information and …It's a pity that many don't spend 30 secs to analyse the information and just rush for the sake of it.Who wants this 512gb version knows how expensive are the nano memory cards by Huawei for this phone (and haven't seen any 256gb version yet, only 128gb ones), and that comes only in this colour.They should compare the retail price of the phone and of the Vodafone's ENTERTAINMENT MAX package and do the math if better off buying the phone and the sim only separately.I wouldn't buy the P30 Pro with only 128gb of storage, as I would fill it up in less than 1 year.I hope others might look into the details even if voted frozenly cold so that they might actually take advantage of this offer, if after this specific phone and network.


Everything's going to be OK.
italondonistaavataurino23/12/2019 18:25

I might agree to a certain extent for the average use of media of most …I might agree to a certain extent for the average use of media of most people..but if I would do agree, I would consider that category as users going for £200ish phones with 64gb of storage usually; so, that category shouldn't be interested in this advanced phone or anything above £500. 256gb is "the new" 128gb and more storage is never enough, especially when unfortunately this phone doesn't offer common microsd cards as expansion; the use of top smartphones for people like me and for Pro/IT/Advanced users is probably more intense than the one of typical users who don't benefit from the potential of these powerhouses-phones. I do and my next phone won't have less than 256gb plus expandability.This 512gb P30 Pro doesn't cost much more than the standard 128gb version over 24 months, all considered, I thought it to be better value than the 128gb version.


You must live alone, or with your parents. The way you have reacted to it being freezing in here is typical of the current generation. People don't like your deal/have a different viewpoint. Get over it. Move on.

Superb phone.
stella48323/12/2019 19:05

You must live alone, or with your parents. The way you have reacted to it …You must live alone, or with your parents. The way you have reacted to it being freezing in here is typical of the current generation. People don't like your deal/have a different viewpoint. Get over it. Move on. Superb phone.


You got it wrong. I'm a parent of 2 kids, in IT. I don't have problems with people if they like or not like any of my deals. I simply try to give back to the community when possible (as I bought a lot thanks to some other people here) and try to understand people's mindset. It's not my first cold voted deal and had some hot ones. I was surprised when received hot votes for deals I really didn't put much effort in it and viceversa, it's just the mechanisms of HUKD that I find fascinating. And entertaining sometimes
Max plan on its own is around 36 p/m? Without discounts and cashbacks. So 13 p/m for a p30 pro with 512gb memory is actually a very very good deal. I know hundreds of people paying for iphone 11 around 60 p/m so 49 is not that bad.
Heat given......well if anything for the longest single word username on hukd !
Joseph_Kurian27/12/2019 07:30

Better offer in AO.COM …Better offer in AO.COM https://www.ao-mobile.com/handset/huawei-p30-pro/amber-sunrise/new-contract/512GB


You see, I didn't post this deal with the aim of finding the cheapest total price by giving a big chunk of upfront cost.
My deal is /should be (probably or among the) cheapest one when considered the monthly cost with ENTERTAINMENT on Max tariff without fluffing with cashback.
Of course, cheaper options exist with potential cashback.
The thing is that people voted it frozen cold because is above £1000ish, and you know, it doesn't matter if better value than the standard 128gb for not much more, "it's not an iPhone 12" hence not worth over 1k etc, that what seemed the case.
Thank you for highlighting your deal,as I wasn't aware of AO also having contracts with the phones they sell.
Happy new year
it's the first time i use huawei. i delighted with the huawei p30 pro. the camera fantastic as expected, especially night pics. happy user experience.
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