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Huawei P20 Pro 128GB Black Total cost £732 - 24 month contract @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Get this deal cheaper than buying the actual handset outright. For all people out there that don't use a lot of data, but want a top of the line phone. £18 per month with an upf… Read more
Jonj1611

I have had 2 phones from them, one vodafone, the other with 3. No problems with either one, next day delivery. Communication could be better but thats about it. Guess everyone's going to have their own problems with certain companies, I could real of a list of ones I have had problems with :)

zeffania

Was going to ask about them seeing as reviews are mixed, Naz you have confirmed. Sounds too good to be true, not going to risk using them. Ta

Raseo7

The 1gb really ruins the deal.

naz2015

(mad) AVOID AVOID Mobiles.co .uk (mad) A problem came from Mobiles.co. uk being sly and conniving with its business partner MyVoucher. com and its members like me - namely denying me a deal I am entitled to through MyVoucher. com for their own self gain and wanting to take the order direct for themselves by bi-passing Myvoucher.... that is morally wrong! The MyVoucher. com part was merely a link that led to Mobiles. co.uk. From there on; Mobiles.co .uk dealt with the actual order, processing and payment, denying a refund, and all correspondence,(including complaint - which was never answered), so your comment is incorrect and irrelevant. And they still sent me a mobile i no longer wanted! 99% of the work was dealt by Mobiles.co .uk, the other 1% by MyVoucher. com; who did their part amazingly including getting back to me on the original copy of the complaint sent to Mobiles.co .uk Up until now, I still haven't heard back from Mobiles regarding my complaint to them; however MyVoucher. com has got back to me within no time (after sending them a copy of the complaint), basically saying they are investigating Mobiles.co. uk and in other words "will be giving them a kick up the backside"! Is that clear enough for you, or shall I just give up?? :| (skeptical)

DatAlbino

Good deal for an outright contract but as you say OP, the 1GB will be enough for some but not many If people can get a retention deal (namely Vodafone) then there are some examples of people getting better deals with more GB out there, but apart from that, I fail to see a better way to get a P20 Pro. Even if you sell the handset and buy a phone you want, or just keep the handset and give the SIM to someone on the cheap, it works out a great deal.

Huawei P20 128GB Black Sim Free £579.00 mobiles.co.uk
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Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Blue is currently out of stock. The best price So far that i can find.
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naz2015

(mad) AVOID AVOID (mad) The problem came from mobiles .co,uk being sly and conniving with its business partner Myvoucher .com and its members like me - namely denying me a deal I am entitled to through Myvoucher com, for their own self gain and wanting to take the order direct for themselves by bi-passing Myvoucher.... that is morally wrong! The Myvoucher com part was merely a link that led to Mobiles .co.uk From there on; Mobiles .co.uk uk dealt with the actual order, processing and payment, denying a refund, and all correspondence (including complaint - which was never answered), And still sent me a mobile i no longer wanted! 99% of the work was dealt by Mobiles .co.uk the other 1% by Myvoucher. com; who did their 1% part amazingly including getting back to me on the original copy of the complaint sent to Mobiles .co.uk Up until now, I still haven't heard back from Mobiles .co.uk regarding my complaint to them; however Myvoucher .com has got back to me within no time (after sending them a copy of the complaint), basically saying they are investigating Mobiles .co uk and in other words "will be giving them a kick up the backside"!! :| (annoyed)

naz2015

Well they need much more details than the details provided; hense why ive disclosed the little that have! Come on who would be that stupid :/ Flagship phone; and amazin

kpaulyy

I have a p20. Upgraded from a galaxy s8. Although I love my galaxy s8 the details in the phone look better even though huawei is less pixels . Love the notch and camera .

yeboi

I got the P20 Pro on release. I'm amazed by it, everything has been spot on! Its far from average, I went from a Samsung to it, and so far prefer it.

Hairy_Mary

Got my first Huawei phone last year, P10 plus. Nothing to complain about. Battery life, build quality, camera, screen etc.. definitely recommended.

HUAWEI P20 LITE (BLACK/BLUE) £24 p/m 24 months £576 (£18.16 after cashback) on O2 with Unltd mins, texts and 4GB data @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
HUAWEI P20 LITE (BLACK/BLUE) for £18.16* on O2 with Unltd mins, texts and 4GB data. * Price after £140 cashback over the length of the deal. Otherwise £24 per month By the way - … Read more
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naz2015

(mad) AVOID AVOID (mad) The problem came from mobiles .co,uk being sly and conniving with its business partner Myvoucher .com and its members like me - namely denying me a deal I am entitled to through Myvoucher com, for their own self gain and wanting to take the order direct for themselves by bi-passing Myvoucher.... that is morally wrong! The Myvoucher com part was merely a link that led to Mobiles .co.uk From there on; Mobiles .co.uk uk dealt with the actual order, processing and payment, denying a refund, and all correspondence (including complaint - which was never answered), so your comment is incorrect and irrelevant. And still sent me a mobile i no longer wanted! 99% of the work was dealt by Mobiles .co.uk the other 1% by Myvoucher. com; who did their 1% part amazingly including getting back to me on the original copy of the complaint sent to Mobiles .co.uk Up until now, I still haven't heard back from Mobiles .co.uk regarding my complaint to them; however Myvoucher .com has got back to me within no time (after sending them a copy of the complaint), basically saying they are investigating Mobiles .co uk and in other words "will be giving them a kick up the backside"!! :| (annoyed)

Horrorwood

Sorry cold because: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/huawei-p20-black-128gb-on-vodafone-unlimited-mins-and-texts-4gb-data-23pm-25-upfront-mobilescouk-2929652

dranand

Rather get HTC U11

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Huawei P20 Black 128GB on Vodafone Unlimited mins and texts + 4GB data £23pm + £25 upfront @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
Huawei P20 Black 128GB Vodafone 24 months Handset £25.00 Unlimited mins 4GB data Unlimited texts Only £23.00 per month at mobiles.co.uk (Possible £20 TCB) Total contract cost… Read more
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naz2015

P.s. you say "I never trust the reasons mobile. co.uk".... WHY TRUST THEM AT ALL THEN?? (shock)

naz2015

(mad) AVOID AVOID (mad) The problem came from mobiles .co,uk being sly and conniving with its business partner Myvoucher .com and its members like me - namely denying me a deal I am entitled to through Myvoucher com, for their own self gain and wanting to take the order direct for themselves by bi-passing Myvoucher.... that is morally wrong! The Myvoucher com part was merely a link that led to Mobiles .co.uk From there on; Mobiles .co.uk uk dealt with the actual order, processing and payment, denying a refund, and all correspondence (including complaint - which was never answered), so your comment is are not accurate and to an extent irrelevant. And still sent me a mobile i no longer wanted! 99% of the work was dealt by Mobiles .co.uk the other 1% by Myvoucher. com; who did their 1% part amazingly including getting back to me on the original copy of the complaint sent to Mobiles .co.uk Up until now, I still haven't heard back from Mobiles .co.uk regarding my complaint to them; however Myvoucher .com has got back to me within no time (after sending them a copy of the complaint), basically saying they are investigating Mobiles .co uk and in other words "will be giving them a kick up the backside"!! :| (annoyed)

mihaitza_uk

There is no Bose headphones. that promotion expred on 5/4/218

baldude

@naz2015 Sorry to hear what happened. Duo you happened to have an account already with mobiles.co.uk? As it happened to me in the past, having an account already means you got to use different email id or something like that..... I was rejected for a contract last year....so I had asked my partner to order this time for me and it went through. I will never trust the reason mobiles.co.uk gave you....sorry good luck

naz2015

(mad) (mad) AVOID AVOID AVOID This is what happened to me; just a word of warning about mobile.com cowboys: Apparently, my order namely 96203822 has not been processed because of "internal security failure". After complaining about this by email, I have been told by text that my card has been declined/ There are funds unavailable/ personal details maybe incorrect/ bank blocked card; even though my details are correct and funds are available, and card is working. It also worked on a previous order on monday 23/04/2018 order number 96184254. I was also told to call 01509 618561 to resolve this matter.Now that i called the number stated, a colleague has stated that this "internal security failure" was a final decision and that he could not change the decision. When i asked why it had failed, apparently he could not tell me as he had no further information regarding this matter, and the decision was final and could not be change it or resolve it. .... So why was i text in the first place to get this resolved? i told him that by text i was given a reason, that was because of "card has been declined/ There are funds unavailable/ personal details maybe incorrect/ card blocked" and was told to call the stated number to get this resolved, and that i also have another bank card for them. I was not receiving any co-operation from them. I was then redirected to customer services to cancel my first order, who accessed their systems and confirmed data protection with me. After completing data protection, which i presume was through their active systems; i was told the systems are down and my cancellation could not be processed. I have two contradictory personal, one on phone and one on email and no-one is helping me. I suspect the company is not happy with me trying to cancel my order 96184254, and to buy the same product through vouchercodes.com instead, which the offer ends 24/04/2018 with a £40 Amazon voucher. I have full record of our conversations, including emails and phone recording. These will be forwarded to trading standards and vouchercodes.com, of how this company has negotiated a a deal with vouchercodes.com and then deliberately avoided my purchase through vouchercodes.com, and also has denied me cancellation of my original purchase which was through myvoucher.com direct to keep me as their customer. Kind regards, A Khan.

Huawei P20 on Vodafone 1GB £18 per month £75 up front - £507 @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
Just got one of these seemed an excellent deal if you don't mind low data. Other deals available with more data. Vodafone 24 month contract through mobiles.co.uk 1GB data Unlimit… Read more
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glorfybe176

Funnily enough no. I'm glad some people enjoyed the phone anyway. Sorry for wasting your time.

naz2015

Dont happen to work for them do you lol?

glorfybe176

I think we should agree to disagree. I'll carry on enjoying my great new phone at a great price..whilst you look elsewhere or carry on with your specific problem. Good luck.

naz2015

(annoyed) I think you need to read all again as you are mistaken! (annoyed) The problem came from Mobiles.co.uk being sly and conniving with its business partner MyVoucher.com and its members like me - namely denying me a deal I am entitled to through MyVoucher.com, for their own self gain and wanting to take the order direct for themselves by bi-passing Myvoucher.... that is morally wrong! The MyVoucher.com part was merely a link that led to Mobiles.co.uk. From there on; Mobiles.co.uk dealt with the actual order, processing and payment, denying a refund, and all correspondence (including complaint - which was never answered), so your comment is incorrect and irrelevant. And still sent me a mobile i no longer wanted! 99% of the work was dealt by Mobiles.co.uk, the other 1% by MyVoucher.com; who did their part amazingly including getting back to me on the original copy of the complaint sent to Mobiles.co.uk! Up until now, I still haven't heard back from Mobiles.co.uk regarding my complaint to them; however MyVoucher.com has got back to me within no time (after sending them a copy of the complaint), basically saying they are investigating Mobiles.co.uk and in other words "will be giving them a kick up the backside"! Is that clear enough for you, or shall I just give up spoon feeding it?? :| (skeptical)

FreddyLaker

If you swipe left to right on the bar at the bottom with the triangle circle and square it makes the screen smaller for one handed use (y)

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Samsung galaxy S9 £23/month 180 upfront using code TENPOUNDS £732 on Vodafone @ mobiles.co.uk
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Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Samsung galaxy S9 £23/month 180 upfront using code TENPOUNDS 4Gb data unlimited minutes and text Possible 40 Cash back from Quidco Total cost £692
naz2015

AVOID AVOID (mad) The problem came from mobiles .co,uk being sly and conniving with its business partner Myvoucher .com and its members like me - namely denying me a deal I am entitled to through Myvoucher com, for their own self gain and wanting to take the order direct for themselves by bi-passing Myvoucher.... that is morally wrong! The Myvoucher com part was merely a link that led to Mobiles .co.uk From there on; Mobiles .co.uk uk dealt with the actual order, processing and payment, denying a refund, and all correspondence (including complaint - which was never answered), so your comment is incorrect and irrelevant. And still sent me a mobile i no longer wanted! 99% of the work was dealt by Mobiles .co.uk the other 1% by Myvoucher. com; who did their 1% part amazingly including getting back to me on the original copy of the complaint sent to Mobiles .co.uk Up until now, I still haven't heard back from Mobiles .co.uk regarding my complaint to them; however Myvoucher .com has got back to me within no time (after sending them a copy of the complaint), basically saying they are investigating Mobiles .co uk and in other words "will be giving them a kick up the backside"!!

chip2388

Thanks OP! I'm really surprised this deal hasn't got more votes. I stumbled across this deal through Martin Lewis. Will sell my current iphone 6s 64GB to cover the up-front costs which means I'll only pay an extra £10 a month for a new phone. Will have less data to my current 4GB but I don't really go near the 10GB unless I'm abroad! Cheers!

redarmy85

This offer was included in the MSE weekly email too.

flylife

get what you pay for... vodafone ffs http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-43877267

ollie545

'Samsung exclusive offers must end Monday' - they don't specify which Monday though! Thought this offer was expiring yesterday.

Samsung Galaxy S9 - 16gig data, unltd texts, unltd minutes - £30month/24mth contract with £125 upfront (possible £40 cashback) Vodafone @ mobiles.co.uk
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Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Similar deal posted before but now the upfront price is down to £125 upfront. Works out £845 for the duration of whole contact. Quidco/Topcashback would bring it down to £805.
ziaur

Have some heat 🔥 Just ordered

ie10

16GB Data.

thedvdmonster

Yet on the iphone threads there are 100’s of serious posts about their precious little android phones.

tom_hungston

There's always one!!! Huh (cheeky)

bowiestewart4

How much data did you get with this deal?

Huawei P20 Pro £100 Upfront - 10GB Data - £34 Monthly - Term £916 @ Mobiles.co.uk
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This is a fantastic deal if you are looking to purchase a new phone. The Huawei P20 Pro has a 40MP camera, and a 24MP front facing camera. The Huawei P20 Pro is available at £7… Read more
naz2015

Well done Mia; you done me and a lot of people a favour! (y) I did state to them that i would be promoting a negative review of them; to which they really didn't care! Makes me wonder how many more times they have possibly bi-passed My Voucher.com (skeptical)

Mal94

Hey, I will expire this deal because of the above. I do not wish to promote a company that treats it's customers like that. Kind Regards,

naz2015

AVOID AVOID AVOID This is what happened to me; just a word of warning about mobile.com cowboys: Apparently, my order namely 96203822 has not been processed because of "internal security failure". After complaining about this by email, I have been told by text that my card has been declined/ There are funds unavailable/ personal details maybe incorrect/ bank blocked card; even though my details are correct and funds are available, and card is working. It also worked on a previous order on monday 23/04/2018 order number 96184254. I was also told to call 01509 618561 to resolve this matter.Now that i called the number stated, a colleague has stated that this "internal security failure" was a final decision and that he could not change the decision. When i asked why it had failed, apparently he could not tell me as he had no further information regarding this matter, and the decision was final and could not be change it or resolve it. .... So why was i text in the first place to get this resolved? i told him that by text i was given a reason, that was because of "card has been declined/ There are funds unavailable/ personal details maybe incorrect/ card blocked" and was told to call the stated number to get this resolved, and that i also have another bank card for them. I was not receiving any co-operation from them. I was then redirected to customer services to cancel my first order, who accessed their systems and confirmed data protection with me. After completing data protection, which i presume was through their active systems; i was told the systems are down and my cancellation could not be processed. I have two contradictory personal, one on phone and one on email and no-one is helping me. I suspect the company is not happy with me trying to cancel my order 96184254, and to buy the same product through vouchercodes.com instead, which the offer ends 24/04/2018 with a £40 Amazon voucher. I have full record of our conversations, including emails and phone recording. These will be forwarded to trading standards and vouchercodes.com, of how this company has negotiated a a deal with vouchercodes.com and then deliberately avoided my purchase through vouchercodes.com, and also has denied me cancellation of my original purchase which was through myvoucher.com direct to keep me as their customer. Kind regards, A Khan.

geeadamg

A 10GB contract good deal would be £13 so if you're in the market for that and this phone it would be £600 phone (34-13)*24+100 = £604 ie hot imo

RadiantDuck

I've been amazed with battery life. I had a very heavy day with lots of Netflix and games (travelling all day) got to 8% and was initially disappointed. Then I checked sot and found 8 1/2 hours which amazed me! I've barely got near 5 before!

Samsung Galaxy S9 - Vodafone, unlimited mins/texts, 16GB data, £30/month x 24 + £160 upfront. £880 in total. Mobiles.co.uk. **Possible £40 cash back too**
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Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
I posted an S9 deal a week or so ago that went pretty frosty!! Maybe this one is slightly better! Thank you to HUKD user Rifaqat for posting info on my previous deal which led me … Read more
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flylife

get what you pay for... vodafone ffs http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-43877267

Mark_Hickman

It was a joke mate, i dont need to google i had one it didnt slow down if they was going to slow it down on purpose it wouldnt be until the next models come out to push you to upgrade. Maybe its certain apps or hardware slowing it down who knows. But what i do know is switching to apple to solve your issues is the last thing id do they openly admit to slowing down devices

Dellacleaing

For anyone still interested, this exact same deal is now available for only £125 up front!!! See this deal here: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-galaxy-s9-16gig-data-unltd-texts-unltd-minutes-30month24mth-contract-with-125-upfront-possible-40-cashback-vodafone-mobilescouk-2928324#comment-33665324

Rickrude85

I love getting new phones

jayjayuk1234

Too much to list, i mean you can't even install Kodi without using unathorized tools, that's kind of my point here. You can only do what the mighty Apple allow you. I've had iphones, the 4s wouldn't even let you bluetooth files :D - i think Apple have since given Apple users Airdrop, which woooow sounded amazing and new at the time, noi doubt they had a TV ad campaign for that one

Samsung Galaxy S8 @ Mobiles.co.uk - £190 up front / £23pm x 24 months = £742
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Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
£190 upfront and £23 per month, 24 month Vodafone contract. Total cost £742. 4GB data per month, unlimited minutes and texts. Possible £25 quidco aswell.
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ie10

I always use Vodafone chat, and yes was asking for a PAC code, always does the trick tbh

AndyHowe

I also get VEA but when I called Voda they wouldn't get anywhere close to that. Were you right at the end of a contract or asking for a PAC code? Was there a certain department or trick?

ie10

The line rental they offered me on a 2 year contract was £25/month, so £25-15%=£21.25/month.

shantalle

VEA discount is only 15%, so i would love to know how did you manage to take is down to £21.25??

indyjukebox

In a similar vein, I dont have the time to download music, organise it into playlists etc. I use spotify or google play music. My play lists are on there. Shared with my phone and wifi devices at home. For eg: 3 google homes, Yammy soundbar and 2 Sonos one's. With a family plan; everything is accessible to all my family members. Also whilst travelling around on weekends etc with my family, we use the mobile data allowance to keep the kids quiet in the back of the car watching cartoons etc. So a lot of mobile data use for us that home broadband cant help with or will require a lot a planning and time for. With regards to price; I have the three 30GB data deal with unlimited minutes for £12 pm. I think that is cheap enough. Got my S8+ from amazon.it for £460. total cost over 2 years £700 with no data restriction, Vodafone's incompetence or being locked to any network.

iPhone 8 64gb £30 pm £165 upfront Mobiles.co.uk £885
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Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Apple iPhone 8 64gb on Vodafone via Mobiles.co.uk £30 pm 24 month contract. £165 upfront. 16gb if data, unlimited minutes & texts. £885 over the course of the contract. Sti… Read more
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ie10

No but I would say speak to your current provider and say you leaving, always works, and you get the best deal.

ie10

Correct, live chat, asked for PAC code saying I am going to someone else and that works 9 out of 10 times.

ficosaneil

Did you get this via live chat as its not shown on website?

DatAlbino

Likewise keen to see a better deal

czepeklidera

Must b cold. Mobiles uk worst company ever! Ma mrs went for galaxy s8 deal with code 100quid off on Easter, and they cancel it, the reason was that o2 never had that deal!! But mobiles had it on their website! Arseh***

Mobiles.co.uk - Samsung Galaxy S9 with £30 Amazon Voucher (via Vouchercodes) - £290 up front / £23pm x 24 months = £842
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Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Samsung galaxy S9 24 Month Contract with Vodafone Unlimited Text / Calls 4GB Data £23 per month Total cost is £842 over the two years £300 upfront - £10 with voucher VC10OFF and £… Read more
ie10

it is the Vodafone Advantage Scheme where if you or family member / friend works in one of the many listed companies you get a 15% discount off the monthly line rental for the entire duration of the contract

Artur_witek

What is that VEA discount?

IBadAss

Where is this from?

ie10

Got S9 for £21.25 (after the VEA discount) £200 upfront from Vodafone with Unlimited Calls, Texts, and 16 GB data.

deleted1032520

Where can I buy a new S9 for sub £600 please? I just smashed my S8 and don't want to wait for the insurance to replace it.

Huawei P20 Pro Black £100 + £38p/m on a 24 month contract O2 (Was £150) £1012 term
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Huawei P20 Pro Black 24 Months Save £50 using code: USWITCHP20 Handset £150.00 Unlimited mins 25GB data Unlimited texts = Only£38.00 per month In stock today FREE Deliv… Read more
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SouthParkFan

Good luck buying a P20 Pro for under £500

Lahn

Thanks for the name calling. Yes of course it's SIM only. You could buy the phone for £500 and then get a cheaper SIM only deal, that is exactly my point.

SouthParkFan

thats sim only idiot

Lahn

I really don't think it's a good price. 3 (via Wuntu promotion) gave me 30gb (with feel at home) for £13 and only 1 year minimum contract length... Currently without being on offer, 3 costs £20 for 30GB.

idrishussainw7

Yeah true. But people vote for numerous reasons. I didnt vote as it was inbetween but if i had the opportunity i would of down voted as the price is going to drop alot because of the competition. Come back to this post after atleast over a month and will see huawei phone dont hold the resale value that well ..... .

Google Pixel 2 - Clearly White (Refurbished Grade A) w. Unlimited Calls and Minutes, 4GB data on O2 - £24 / 24 mths + £50 upfront @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Just ordered mine 8) Top of the league user experience + best phone camera for just over £600 inc. bills. Imo a great deal for a phone that tends to go for over £30 p/m. Handset… Read more
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brendanhickey

Very very bad. They seem to depreciate in value so fast compared to other phones.

misterleoni

(In your opinion)

flylife

great software, bad design, perhaps the Pixel 3 may be an improvement.

misterleoni

Hmm. Think you're just trolling now. Have a nice day.

flylife

i wanted to like it and it does have a lot of goodness but going from an S9+ i guess it was always going to come second best. if you can get the handset for £200 its decent value

Samsung Galaxy S9 - Vodafone, unlimited mins/texts, 16GB data, £30/month x 24 + £250 upfront. £970 in total. Mobiles.co.uk. **Possible £25 cash back too**
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Personally, I've been looking for a Galaxy S8 deal but have found nothing amazing just yet. Came across this one for an S9 at £30 a month on a 24 month contract. Unlimited minutes … Read more
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Dellacleaing

Actually... The S9 on Uswitch is now available for £160 up front and with 16GB of data! So £880 over the duration of contract, £90 cheaper than the original deal!

Dellacleaing

Great find! I still haven't ordered a new phone yet, tempted by my own deal now! The cheapest deal for a new S8 on USwitch with 16GB data is only £25 cheaper over the duration of the contract!

rifaqat

There is 50 off upfron on uswitch

Fotune

Yes true I fell out of love with Samsung as a company their customer service is shocking

mrew42

WITH a 24 month 16Gb contract - not just 'for a Samsung' But then you knew that didn't you and were just being naughty

SIM-Free 64gb Google Pixel 2 XL @ mobiles.co.uk for £619 in black/white
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Came across SIM-Free Pixel 2 XL 64gb for a nice discounted price as it's selling for £799 everywhere else. A good grab if you want an excellent camera with regular updates and unli… Read more
Bel10

Hot from me. Totally on my want list this phone but the XL 3 is coming in October....

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11% off this which is currently the cheapest. Open to offers

andrewgrumpmeister

Thank you, much appreciated

s92c

I'd just give them a call and confirm that with them before ordering.

s92c

'At Mobiles.co.uk we want you to be happy with your new product. As you didn’t have an opportunity to examine your product before you received it, within 14 calendar days from the day after you received your product we will either exchange it (in the case of a handset only) or cancel your agreement and provide a refund as detailed below. If upon receiving your handset you decide you no longer want the handset or the contract, then you can complete a 14 calendar days return. For this to be completed you need to: Contact our Returns team via the contact us page of our website http://www.mobiles.co.uk/contactus.html or you can fill out a cancellation request form online by visiting the My Account section on our site. Ensure the Sim/Handset/Free gift has not been used (use signifies acceptance of your contract). All products returned preferably in their original packaging. Contact us to arrange a return by the 14th day from receipt of the goods'

Samsung Galaxy S9 - O2, 15GB data, £34pm x 24 months and £150 up front = £966 @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Techradar have a pretty good deal using the code TRS9EXC knocks £110 off the upfront price. Personally waiting on an S9 Plus but this is as good of a deal Ive seen for a contract … Read more
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7iain7

HI, I only wanted black and it has arrived today. This is my first Android phone for a few years, very impressive phone.

flylife

If only this was for an S9 plus

nick67

Were you able to order any colour?

7iain7

thanks to the OP for taking the time to post this deal. Just ordered and voted hot. For contract deal I think this going to hard to beat.

retrend

People should widen up now. Its not like a few years ago where having a flagship was a large gulf between a mid range or budget. Phones 1/3 of this price offer an almost identical experience. I can't find much the justify upgrading my 2 year old one plus two I paid £150 for. Before that I was reaming out thousands for Samsung notes.

Google Pixel 2, 16GB data, unlimited calls+texts, £10 + 24x£30 on Vodaphone. Total £730 (possible £690) @ Mobiles.co.uk
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If you want the Google Pixel 2 (I do) and you need this amount of data (I do), this seems like a good deal. Sorry if a repost, I couldn't find this exact one in search but loads of… Read more
amzb09

For anyone who is keeping eyes on pixel 2 contracts, the upfront costs are slowly going down!

amzb09

Apparently newer xl’s don’t have this issue and it was a tint you can see at about 60 degrees. don’t believe the standard pixel 2 has blue tint issue

jasonsutcliffe

Was thinking the same.. I've been looking a lot over the last couple of weeks, ready to go for a Voda option and now it's gone! Hopefully they will be back with more deals soon.

amzb09

It seems to have happened across the board with all the good deals over the last few weeks. I phoned mobiles direct to check today, they said the prices can change from week to week we can’t confirm how long a particular price will remain. I thought if anything deals would get cheaper now that the p20’s are out. I’m going to hold fire a few weeks and keep checking until it drops. Fingers crossed!!

boostii

No, but pi55ed off with it! I was going to order this deal as soon as I got back from holiday only to see it vanish overnight.

iPhone 8 with 16gb Data, unlimited minutes and text £30 p/m 24 months + £190 upfront - £910 @ Mobiles.co.uk
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£190 upfront using code BIG60. Total to pay over 24 months £30/month x 24 +£190 upfront = £910 After the handset costs of £699, you will pay £8.75/month for the usage of 16gb data… Read more
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tuhinrahman

I wish someone advised a better deal for elsewhere for iPhone 8 with 16gb data and unlimited mins, text

Mechtup

Their 4G signal has lots of gaps (in my area at least). Their CS is rubbish and unless you’re willing to wait half an hour+ in store, you have to call or live chat with them.

tuhinrahman

What’s wrong with Vodafone though? I’ve been with them last 23 months, never had any issues

Mechtup

Many people would be willing to spend more to be on a better network

DelBoySmiffy

Eh