LG G6 24 month contract unlimited calls/texts 2Gb data £65 upfront plus £22.99 per month = £616.76 total cost - EE via mobiles.co.uk
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LG G6 24 month contract unlimited calls/texts 2Gb data £65 upfront plus £22.99 per month = £616.76 total cost - EE via mobiles.co.uk

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Found 25th Jul 2017
£22.99 per month, plus £75 cost, minus £10 discount code NODRAMA10.

£616.76 total cost over 24 months according to the Mobiles website. This presumably will be subject to the usual annual bump with inflation, but overall think this is good value.

I'm in the market for a new phone, so please do let me know your thoughts and if you think something else is better!

Possible topcashback too, although I don't know if the code invalidates this...
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Rather than just downvoting the deal, if you could explain why it's rubbish I'd appreciate it.

Thanks!
Edited by: "booboobeaker" 25th Jul 2017
booboobeaker

Rather than just downvoting the deal, if you could explain why it's … Rather than just downvoting the deal, if you could explain why it's rubbish I'd appreciate it.Thanks!



It's probably cos you can get a better version (64gb and quad dac) from e-global for just over £300. Although i personally wouldn't spend £300 importing from china, a lot of people on here will.
H0lySm0kes

It's probably cos you can get a better version (64gb and quad dac) from … It's probably cos you can get a better version (64gb and quad dac) from e-global for just over £300. Although i personally wouldn't spend £300 importing from china, a lot of people on here will.



Right right, I saw that deal but for me I'd rather spend an extra £300 over 24 months for the SIM card and the UK warranty. Different strokes for different folks I guess. I'd also love to know how much VAT is being sidestepped by the Chinese importers across all these phones - great work HMRC!
booboobeaker

Right right, I saw that deal but for me I'd rather spend an extra £300 … Right right, I saw that deal but for me I'd rather spend an extra £300 over 24 months for the SIM card and the UK warranty. Different strokes for different folks I guess. I'd also love to know how much VAT is being sidestepped by the Chinese importers across all these phones - great work HMRC!



Haha yeah probably a shed ton. Probably not more than the huge corporations and their dodgy (but still somehow legal) tax shenanigans. I'll stop there cos I actually know nothing about it .
Anyway, considering this phone myself as can get from
Argos for around £400 with vouchers and in-laws staff discount and looks to be pretty decent by the reviews I've seen. There is a G6+ coming out with the quad dac and 128gb storage (I think) but can't find any news of it coming to UK. And will probably be £££ anyway
Amazon.it circa £400
Hot from me not a bad deal in my opinion.
Seems good to me... Nah, I got a Lumia 920 from simply electrical or something a while ago, and while it came it took 3 weeks and a couple emails, would hate if had to use the warranty too
Edited by: "MeistroUK" 25th Jul 2017
That's a lot of phone for the money
Great phone but the 821 processor is deal breaker for many as it's an old cpu in a phone
This seems like a good deal to me. Heat added.

This EE contract is about £16/month, making the phone about £330. You might argue you can get a cheaper SIM only deal. Equivalent on Three is £9/month which still comes out at £400 for the phone to get the equivalent total. Haven't seen it available in the UK with a straightforward warranty etc for this price yet.
mcormack1 h, 30 m ago

Amazon.it circa £400

If anyone is considering ordering from Amazon in Euros, it's a tad cheaper on Amazon.de
Shame about the data.
The deal isn't bad but I can't live with 2 go data per month. Some months I struggle to stay in my 15gb allowance. 2 years of my sim free is £388, plus I could buy the phone from china for £300, would be tempting but I'm not sure I trust buying an expensive phone with no warranty.
Essentially you're paying £300 for a 2GB data within 2 years. Is there anybody left who can fit withing 2GB with a G6 a month?
ElgyVeeten

Essentially you're paying £300 for a 2GB data within 2 years. Is there … Essentially you're paying £300 for a 2GB data within 2 years. Is there anybody left who can fit withing 2GB with a G6 a month?


Plenty of people, myself among them. G6 has WiFi right?
I have to say, with the four motherboard replacements I had with the former flagship G4 I will never buy and LG again
FrugalFergal

I have to say, with the four motherboard replacements I had with the … I have to say, with the four motherboard replacements I had with the former flagship G4 I will never buy and LG again


The G4 was a bit of a trainwreck...
bestbuy123

Great phone but the 821 processor is deal breaker for many as it's an old … Great phone but the 821 processor is deal breaker for many as it's an old cpu in a phone



I'm sure you would be able to feel the difference between the 821 and a more recent 835

Sure, theres a few things you'll miss out on by not having the 835 like QC4, but really? The 821 is beyond capable for most peoples smartphone usage.
im getting this exact phone for £29 a month no upfront cost and im getting 4gb of data so cold from me.
TheUkWidowmaker

im getting this exact phone for £29 a month no upfront cost and im … im getting this exact phone for £29 a month no upfront cost and im getting 4gb of data so cold from me.



Where?
Dizy

Where?


tescomobile im getting 1500 minutes 5000 texts and 4gb of data its £32 a month but with xtras app its £29 its more than good enough for me. unless you need unlimited calls...
TheUkWidowmaker

tescomobile im getting 1500 minutes 5000 texts and 4gb of data its £32 a … tescomobile im getting 1500 minutes 5000 texts and 4gb of data its £32 a month but with xtras app its £29 its more than good enough for me. unless you need unlimited calls...




Ahh right yeah I need unlimited calls its for a women
Dizy

Ahh right yeah I need unlimited calls its for a women


plus with tesco its that price for the whole duration, it goes up with ee and 3 with the rpi every march which puts me off
What I did when my S6 contract was up, was change my £33 per month, to £19 a month EE sim free deal (was a sale price) and then bought a Sony Xperia XZ used from Smartfonestore for £169 (yes they are mental selling that phone at that price, must be a mistake but it's still there).

Sim free deals here >

shop.ee.co.uk/sim…nes

Each to their own but I have a decent phone and much more data than this deal. Anyway do what suits you best, this is what I did.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 26th Jul 2017
fishmaster

What I did when my S6 contract was up, was change my £33 per month, to … What I did when my S6 contract was up, was change my £33 per month, to £19 a month EE sim free deal (was a sale price) and then bought a Sony Xperia XZ used from Smartfonestore for £169 (yes they are mental selling that phone at that price, must be a mistake but it's still there). Sim free deals here >https://shop.ee.co.uk/sim-only/pay-monthly-phonesEach to their own but I have a decent phone and much more data than this deal. Anyway do what suits you best, this is what I did.


It's good that you did what suits you.
H0lySm0kes

I'll stop there cos I actually know nothing about it



I wouldn't worry about that in 2017...
Got this phone through Tesco and it is excellent. Processor wise I would say go try it before you judge. Very very good phone alot of phone for the money.
£200 for the phone now, that's quite the price jump! It was a good deal while it lasted. Heat from me
Will just add that I signed up to EE for 12 months via mobiles with cash back of 30 quid a quarter and they paid up for the first quarter so far....
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