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MobiWire Ayasha on Pay as you go for £1 plus £10 topup. Plus veryme access @ Vodafone Shop
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MobiWire Ayasha on Pay as you go for £1 plus £10 topup. Plus veryme access @ Vodafone Shop

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Posted 7th Apr
Anyone want a phone for a pound. A good emergency phone for the car and six weeks veryme access. Unlock codes on ebay for £1 or put sim in and wait 30 days and then unlock for free.

For a phone that's reliable, easy to use and great value, look no further than the MobiWire Ayasha. Its long battery life and essential features prove simple really is beautiful. No-nonsense all-rounder. Make calls, send texts and enjoy useful features like an FM radio and torch – the Ayasha gives you all the essentials in one easy package. Ideal for first-time mobile users or those who want a sturdy, reliable back-up phone.

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Long battery life.
Don't run the risk of missing important messages. The Ayasha's battery life lasts a long time between charges, helping you to catch calls and texts while you're on the go for long stretches.

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Sharp screen, convenient keys
A neat 1.8-inch LCD screen makes it easy to find the features you want. And the traditional button keypad keeps menus simple too, making the Ayasha effortless to use at work, at home, or just about anywhere else.

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too expensive, mate:
carphonewarehouse.com/mob…tml
Also nokia 105 for free when bought with £10 topup, all phones unlocked, plus £5 cashback from TCB/QUIDCO...
Cold for me
Edited by: "tyr" 7th Apr
tyr07/04/2019 12:08

https://shop.ee.co.uk/mobile-phones/pay-as-you-go/alcatel-10-66-payg/detailscheaper again here


Different phone and no veryme access. Like saying iphone too expensive compared to this.
This would be fine for the glove box emergency if I can find a Sim where no worry about it becoming defunct after 3 months unused.

Thanks for listing
ngs07/04/2019 12:21

This would be fine for the glove box emergency if I can find a Sim where …This would be fine for the glove box emergency if I can find a Sim where no worry about it becoming defunct after 3 months unused.Thanks for listing


270 days with voda and just send a text so nine months to keep active. I’ve had o2 sims longer than a year and they were still active.
ngs25 m ago

This would be fine for the glove box emergency if I can find a Sim where …This would be fine for the glove box emergency if I can find a Sim where no worry about it becoming defunct after 3 months unused.Thanks for listing



o2 sim payg classic 3p-2p-1p, just make one call or text every 6 months. No topup required.
Anon3207/04/2019 12:33

270 days with voda and just send a text so nine months to keep active. …270 days with voda and just send a text so nine months to keep active. I’ve had o2 sims longer than a year and they were still active.


Recent txt from Voda said " If you don't top up or use any credit in the next 90 days, your account will expire."
Have had same sim for over 10 years with nothing like this before, unused for outgoing for even a year at a time.
Just wondering if new rules with Brexit forcing voda change.
ngs2 h, 21 m ago

Recent txt from Voda said " If you don't top up or use any credit in the …Recent txt from Voda said " If you don't top up or use any credit in the next 90 days, your account will expire." Have had same sim for over 10 years with nothing like this before, unused for outgoing for even a year at a time.Just wondering if new rules with Brexit forcing voda change.


I think that’s a warning 90 days before its due to expire so its already been 6 months. Officialy its six months but they give you a warning and another 90 days to make a chargeable event. If its been changed then please feel free to let everyone know. Says 180 days in feb 2019 t&c here

From vodafone:
If you’re a Vodafone Pay As You Go customer, you’ll need to top-up your phone or make a chargeable outbound activity at least once every 6 months. This is described in a Vodafone Support Centre FAQ:

How do I stop using Pay As You Go?
It’s easy to stop using your Pay as you go phone. You simply stop using it and it’ll automatically disconnect after six months. Any remaining credit will be lost, so make sure you use it up first.This is also described in the Vodafone Pay As You Go Airtime Conditions (specifically, the sub-heading titled ‘Leaving us/suspending the services’). According to the airtime conditions, you’ll normally be given a warning and a further 90-day grace period, giving a total of 270 days before your account is suspended:
Edited by: "Anon32" 7th Apr
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