LG G6 £27 Per Month 24 months £9.99 upfront £657.99 Uswitch
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LG G6 £27 Per Month 24 months £9.99 upfront £657.99 Uswitch

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Found 12th Oct
All you can eat minutes
All you can eat texts
4GB data
£9.99 upfront cost

Was looking for a decent phone under £30 a month. Came across this deal couldn’t get it matched anywhere.

Ordered 9:30pm last night and it’s being delivered today at 2pm by DPD

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skimpy16 m ago

"Ordered 9:30pm last night and it’s being delivered today at 2pm by D …"Ordered 9:30pm last night and it’s being delivered today at 2pm by DPD"What comes next is tell you that they've tried to deliver so many times in so many days, and you'll be sat in all day waiting for nothing. They'll mix up the excuses. Inbetween you'll have contacted then 2 or 3 times.Then you either have the choice of picking up from the local depot, or like I did with one of their "deliveries" this morning, calling their customer services (very hard to find a number on the site but I've done the legwork already: 01212750500), and asking how to cancel the order. They then say go back to a supplier, ask them for an RTC, so then you call them, and ask for your parcel to be sent back to the supplier to send to Royal Mail.Then a few days later the royal mail deliver your parcel.It's all very straightforward.



skimpy16 m ago

"Ordered 9:30pm last night and it’s being delivered today at 2pm by D …"Ordered 9:30pm last night and it’s being delivered today at 2pm by DPD"What comes next is tell you that they've tried to deliver so many times in so many days, and you'll be sat in all day waiting for nothing. They'll mix up the excuses. Inbetween you'll have contacted then 2 or 3 times.Then you either have the choice of picking up from the local depot, or like I did with one of their "deliveries" this morning, calling their customer services (very hard to find a number on the site but I've done the legwork already: 01212750500), and asking how to cancel the order. They then say go back to a supplier, ask them for an RTC, so then you call them, and ask for your parcel to be sent back to the supplier to send to Royal Mail.Then a few days later the royal mail deliver your parcel.It's all very straightforward.


Really.. ?
Youmust be jinxed.
I have had nothing but excellent service from dpd.
Accurate delivery times. Real-time tracking.
Can't fault them
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Think you got ripped off to be honest

You can buy the phone outright for cheaper CEX are selling an A grade on vodafone for £290.00 get it unlocked and get a sim only deal your are better off.

"Ordered 9:30pm last night and it’s being delivered today at 2pm by DPD"


What comes next is tell you that they've tried to deliver so many times in so many days, and you'll be sat in all day waiting for nothing. They'll mix up the excuses. Inbetween you'll have contacted then 2 or 3 times.


Then you either have the choice of picking up from the local depot, or like I did with one of their "deliveries" this morning, calling their customer services (very hard to find a number on the site but I've done the legwork already: 01212750500), and asking how to cancel the order. They then say go back to a supplier, ask them for an RTC, so then you call them, and ask for your parcel to be sent back to the supplier to send to Royal Mail.


Then a few days later the royal mail deliver your parcel.

It's all very straightforward.
Edited by: "skimpy" 12th Oct

Even brand new, the phone should be under £400 & the contract is at most £10/mth. I wouldn't say that you were ripped off - it is a good deal if you must have a phone on contract, but most contract phone deals are poor compared to separates (with a reasonable APR or even 0% credit card to help with the upfront outlay).

skimpy16 m ago

"Ordered 9:30pm last night and it’s being delivered today at 2pm by D …"Ordered 9:30pm last night and it’s being delivered today at 2pm by DPD"What comes next is tell you that they've tried to deliver so many times in so many days, and you'll be sat in all day waiting for nothing. They'll mix up the excuses. Inbetween you'll have contacted then 2 or 3 times.Then you either have the choice of picking up from the local depot, or like I did with one of their "deliveries" this morning, calling their customer services (very hard to find a number on the site but I've done the legwork already: 01212750500), and asking how to cancel the order. They then say go back to a supplier, ask them for an RTC, so then you call them, and ask for your parcel to be sent back to the supplier to send to Royal Mail.Then a few days later the royal mail deliver your parcel.It's all very straightforward.



skimpy16 m ago

"Ordered 9:30pm last night and it’s being delivered today at 2pm by D …"Ordered 9:30pm last night and it’s being delivered today at 2pm by DPD"What comes next is tell you that they've tried to deliver so many times in so many days, and you'll be sat in all day waiting for nothing. They'll mix up the excuses. Inbetween you'll have contacted then 2 or 3 times.Then you either have the choice of picking up from the local depot, or like I did with one of their "deliveries" this morning, calling their customer services (very hard to find a number on the site but I've done the legwork already: 01212750500), and asking how to cancel the order. They then say go back to a supplier, ask them for an RTC, so then you call them, and ask for your parcel to be sent back to the supplier to send to Royal Mail.Then a few days later the royal mail deliver your parcel.It's all very straightforward.


Really.. ?
Youmust be jinxed.
I have had nothing but excellent service from dpd.
Accurate delivery times. Real-time tracking.
Can't fault them

The cheapest phone only deal I can find is from AO.COM at £380 for new customers. Get that with the current £4 virgin media SIM with 4GB and you could save £182 over the 2 years.

terrible !!

skimpy1 h, 38 m ago

"Ordered 9:30pm last night and it’s being delivered today at 2pm by D …"Ordered 9:30pm last night and it’s being delivered today at 2pm by DPD"What comes next is tell you that they've tried to deliver so many times in so many days, and you'll be sat in all day waiting for nothing. They'll mix up the excuses. Inbetween you'll have contacted then 2 or 3 times.Then you either have the choice of picking up from the local depot, or like I did with one of their "deliveries" this morning, calling their customer services (very hard to find a number on the site but I've done the legwork already: 01212750500), and asking how to cancel the order. They then say go back to a supplier, ask them for an RTC, so then you call them, and ask for your parcel to be sent back to the supplier to send to Royal Mail.Then a few days later the royal mail deliver your parcel.It's all very straightforward.

Never had an issue with DPD myself.

Love the fact that they tell you the hour slot and you can track them all the way.

jnm213 h, 18 m ago

Even brand new, the phone should be under £400 & the contract is at most …Even brand new, the phone should be under £400 & the contract is at most £10/mth. I wouldn't say that you were ripped off - it is a good deal if you must have a phone on contract, but most contract phone deals are poor compared to separates (with a reasonable APR or even 0% credit card to help with the upfront outlay).

I think it may still be a good deal for those who MUST have a phone contract. Just for fun, I worked out that if you borrowed the £380 needed to buy the phone from Sunny, the payday lender, at 1272%, you would owe them £71,530.59 at the end of 2 years (assuming you make no payments).

skimpy3 h, 32 m ago

"Ordered 9:30pm last night and it’s being delivered today at 2pm by D …"Ordered 9:30pm last night and it’s being delivered today at 2pm by DPD"What comes next is tell you that they've tried to deliver so many times in so many days, and you'll be sat in all day waiting for nothing. They'll mix up the excuses. Inbetween you'll have contacted then 2 or 3 times.Then you either have the choice of picking up from the local depot, or like I did with one of their "deliveries" this morning, calling their customer services (very hard to find a number on the site but I've done the legwork already: 01212750500), and asking how to cancel the order. They then say go back to a supplier, ask them for an RTC, so then you call them, and ask for your parcel to be sent back to the supplier to send to Royal Mail.Then a few days later the royal mail deliver your parcel.It's all very straightforward.


I found DPD to be nothing short of Premier League status when it comes to 'delivering goods'. And if you don't want the parcel, refuse delivery, and if you can be bothered call 'em up and tell them you are cancelling. Job done.

Original Poster

The CEX deal is like New and not New went in to my local and it had marks, didn’t fancy dishing out £315 upfront. Just fancied a phone under £30 per month. Phone arrived as stated 2pm

Original Poster

Could some cold voter please post a contact without buying phone upfront for less per month please?

evfella1 h, 0 m ago

Could some cold voter please post a contact without buying phone upfront …Could some cold voter please post a contact without buying phone upfront for less per month please?


As already stated, buy the phone on a credit card (thus no up front) & a sim only. Don't get conned by the 'free phone' marketing lies - it is not free - nowhere near it! Speaking from personal experience, I would buy the vastly superior asian model from e2global on credit card (for section 75) - would be less than £400 (nearer £300 when I bought the wife's).

Lowtrawler3 h, 21 m ago

if you borrowed [snip] from Sunny, the payday lender, at 1272%


If I jumped off a tall building I would likely die...

Which is more likely; the latter!
Edited by: "jnm21" 12th Oct

2 year contracts are a mugs game.
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