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Huawei P9 Lite - £135.99 @ o2
Huawei P9 Lite - £135.99 @ o2

Huawei P9 Lite - £135.99 @ o2

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£39.99 upfront £4 per month £135.99 (thanks to poster below)

Pay for the device upfront, and cancel the airtime part of the contract.

2 year warranty, get the phone unlocked for free.

On pay and go its £200

I got it myself couple of days ago, very good phone, was using a s6 edge before, battery life is far better.

The phone can use 2 nano sims, or 1 sim and 1 sd card (however o2 have this disabled the dual sim feature, you can re-flash the phone and enable it, i have done this and both sims works fine)

Also you get a free gift from o2 on selected mobiles (including this one)

Buy this device and get a gift on us. Choose from two tickets to see Rogue One: A Star Wars Story at your local ODEON, a six month DisneyLife membership, a JBL GO Bluetooth Speaker, a JBL T280 BLK Headset, and a Keplar VR Headset. You'll get a leaflet with details on how to claim your gift, when your new device arrives. To qualify, you need to order your new device by 21 December. You'll then have until 31 January to claim your gift. For Pay Monthly the gift is only available on 1GB plus tariffs. Terms and exclusions apply. Gifts subject to availability.

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The price actually starts from £135.99

http://shop.ee.co.uk/mobile-phones/pay-as-you-go/huawei-p9-lite-black-payg/details

£150 from EE without the hassle

is the EE offer on pay as you go or a rolling 30day no contract sim? also does it come unlocked? On O2 so don't wanna change

DazLFC

is the EE offer on pay as you go or a rolling 30day no contract sim? also … is the EE offer on pay as you go or a rolling 30day no contract sim? also does it come unlocked? On O2 so don't wanna change



The EE handset is pay as you go and it's locked to EE but you can request an unlock code free of charge as soon as you buy it, I'm just waiting for mine.

grandoldchap

http://shop.ee.co.uk/mobile-phones/pay-as-you-go/huawei-p9-lite-black-payg/details£150 from EE without the hassle



Only £10 top up you buy in store.

Thar

Only £10 top up you buy in store.



Was looking at it instore today, says £20 top up?

Thar

The EE handset is pay as you go and it's locked to EE but you can request … The EE handset is pay as you go and it's locked to EE but you can request an unlock code free of charge as soon as you buy it, I'm just waiting for mine.



​thanks mate, do you have to email for it then or just ask in store after buying it...can't beat the EE offer on this phone anywhere... really surprised carphone warehouse haven't reduced their price.Hows this compare to Moto G 4th Gen?

5lugger

Was looking at it instore today, says £20 top up?



Ah OK. I bought one last Monday with £10 top up, maybe they've changed it since then?

DazLFC

​thanks mate, do you have to email for it then or just ask in store after … ​thanks mate, do you have to email for it then or just ask in store after buying it...can't beat the EE offer on this phone anywhere... really surprised carphone warehouse haven't reduced their price.Hows this compare to Moto G 4th Gen?



You could try asking in store when you buy it, they may do it for you but I didn't have time to hang around. You "should" be able to do the unlock request on line click here, however, you have to register an account first and I had problems getting the access code so had to ring them at a cost of 25p that came out of the top up. The codee is supposed to come through in 10 working days.

Thanks OP

This or Moto G4?

XxLJCJxX

This or Moto G4?



I'd go for this for the following reasons (your preferences / needs may differ though):

+ little smaller, so easier to hold & operate with 1 hand, & will fit in smaller pockets
+ 1Gb more RAM
+ NFC

Side-by-side spec differences:
http://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPhone1=7983&idPhone2=8103

Size difference (use your current phone to calibrate the screen for actual life-size):
phonearena.com/pho…ze/

Crossbow

I'd go for this for the following reasons (your preferences / needs may … I'd go for this for the following reasons (your preferences / needs may differ though):+ little smaller, so easier to hold & operate with 1 hand, & will fit in smaller pockets+ 1Gb more RAM+ NFCSide-by-side spec differences:http://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPhone1=7983&idPhone2=8103Size difference (use your current phone to calibrate the screen for actual life-size): http://www.phonearena.com/phones/size/#/phones/size/Huawei-P9-lite,Motorola-Moto-G4/phones/10043,10054



​Can it use Google Pay since it has NFC? Also, camera wise, which would be best? All the comparisons online seem to compare with the Moto G4 Plus version.

XxLJCJxX

Can it use Google Pay since it has NFC? Also, camera wise, which would be … Can it use Google Pay since it has NFC? Also, camera wise, which would be best? All the comparisons online seem to compare with the Moto G4 Plus version.


I didn't compare other things (camera included) as they will probably be similar.

Yes, Android Pay should work, but does your bank/card support it? Mine doesn't.

XxLJCJxX

​Can it use Google Pay since it has NFC? Also, camera wise, which would b … ​Can it use Google Pay since it has NFC? Also, camera wise, which would be best? All the comparisons online seem to compare with the Moto G4 Plus version.



Yes, Android Pay works...I'm using it on a P9 Lite.

XxLJCJxX

​Can it use Google Pay since it has NFC?



In addition to my previous post, please also see:
Participating banks and supported cards for Android Pay (UK)

I'm with Barclays & Capital One, neither of which is supported (yet).

Also, please note that if you unlock the bootloader &/or install a custom ROM/unofficial update, Android Pay (& other financial-related apps) will cease to work.

Is this still valid i cant find the £4 a month tarrif and the EE deal has ended.

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scooper123

Is this still valid i cant find the £4 a month tarrif and the EE deal has … Is this still valid i cant find the £4 a month tarrif and the EE deal has ended.



​yes still there select 1gb tariff, pay £39.99 upfront then £4 per month for the device

KiNG

​yes still there select 1gb tariff, pay £39.99 upfront then £4 per month f … ​yes still there select 1gb tariff, pay £39.99 upfront then £4 per month for the device



I must be missing something as I can't see an option for a £4 tariff

KiNG

​yes still there select 1gb tariff, pay £39.99 upfront then £4 per month f … ​yes still there select 1gb tariff, pay £39.99 upfront then £4 per month for the device



​This should be expired the cheapest Is thirteen per month

Original Poster

themackerel88

​This should be expired the cheapest Is thirteen per month



​the option is still there just checked it.

39.99 upfront £4 per month

were are u get £13 a month??

KiNG

​the option is still there just checked it.39.99 upfront £4 per monthwere … ​the option is still there just checked it.39.99 upfront £4 per monthwere are u get £13 a month??



From 02.co.uk. I honestly cannot see a lower tariff than £13

KiNG

​the option is still there just checked it.39.99 upfront £4 per monthwere … ​the option is still there just checked it.39.99 upfront £4 per monthwere are u get £13 a month??



this isn't correct - the 39.99 upfront £4 per month doesn't exist its just a 'respresentative example' to show you how the 24 month plan works.

Original Poster

I would advise you read the first post again.
you pay 39.99 upfront £4 per month = £135.99 (pay for device in full) cancel the airtime, done. not sure why that's so hard to grasp.

Original Poster

scooper123

From 02.co.uk. I honestly cannot see a lower tariff than £13



​read the first post.

KiNG

​read the first post.



I'm out I'll wait for the next one.

This looks like a great deal but I'm not sure if it's worth all the hassle.

So are we talking about this? £39.99 upfront + £4 per month PLUS £18 PER MONTH?
Surely you can't just cancel a 24 month contract and keep the phone?

http://i1322.photobucket.com/albums/u563/insx72/P92_zpsknedz1td.jpg
Edited by: "insx" 21st Nov 2016

Original Poster

insx

So are we talking about this? £39.99 upfront + £4 per month PLUS £18 PER M … So are we talking about this? £39.99 upfront + £4 per month PLUS £18 PER MONTH?Surely you can't just cancel a 24 month contract and keep the phone?



yes you can, its a o2 refresh tariff

OK, so this is sounding like the cheapest way to get one right now. Do they unlock instantly or make you wait?

Original Poster

insx

OK, so this is sounding like the cheapest way to get one right now. Do … OK, so this is sounding like the cheapest way to get one right now. Do they unlock instantly or make you wait?


i applied for my mine about a week ago, just came through today.

Do you get charged for the first month contract ?

cmf

Do you get charged for the first month contract?


When you take up the offer, a bill for the 1st month is automatically generated, so you might get charged initially. But, this is refunded a few weeks later. If this doesn't happen, just contact them & once they see you've already paid everything that's owed upfront, they'll refund you.
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