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Motorola E - £39.99 @ EE shop
Motorola E - £39.99 @ EE shop

Motorola E - £39.99 @ EE shop

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Motorola E reduced to £39.99 Wrexham, North Wales as part of post Christmas offers. Been looking for a budget smartphone and this gets good reviews - was umming and aahing when it was £60+ so at this price, got it! You have to put £20 on when you buy, but heyho, you'd do that anyway? Haven't been able to post product specific URL but nephew said same price in Manchester so hopefully not just a "local" deal..... good luck

(PS - also had Nokia Lumia 635 for £49.99!)

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you can get this networked unlocked for £1.29 on ebay, did one myself just before christmas

do you have to get this with a top up like the other phones do?
I'm on giffgaff

Original Poster

Yes, can get unlocked (like most phones) but EE and O2 get similar reviews so ok with EE.

Original Poster

Yes, £20 topup but youd have to put SOMETHING on?

ive just bought a brand new phine fir 50 quid unlicked

Original Poster

A smartphone with good reviews?

Price should say £59.99.

Original Poster

Should it? Did think about it but £20 isnt for the phone, its USEABLE for calls, texts, net. This is different to a price of £59.99 with no top up needed?? Welcome any mod comments
Edited by: "stephenclarke1999" 30th Dec 2015

Irrespective of the fact that the topup of £20 required is 'useable', you cannot buy this phone for £39.99. So the correct price for this phone is £59.99

Cannot be purchased for £39.99.

Original Poster

??? odd people

Original Poster

Ok, ill expire it then...... doing a good job of putting people off posting deals

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Original Poster

Brilliant , your friends must think you're hilarious..... oh, wait a minute?
Edited by: "stephenclarke1999" 30th Dec 2015

stephenclarke1999

Ok, ill expire it then...... doing a good job of putting people off … Ok, ill expire it then...... doing a good job of putting people off posting deals


You don't need to expire it, just change the price. Don't take it so serious, we have to have a laugh. X)

Original Poster

Scenario.... I buy a phone for £39.99 then what? Oh yes, you have to put some credit on it or its a paperweight. So I put £10 or £20 on it which I use for calls, texts, etc....... cost of phone....£39.99? Next time I buy a car, I must remember to add the price of a tank of petrol to the price (add funny face)

Edited by: "stephenclarke1999" 30th Dec 2015

stephenclarke1999

Scenario.... I buy a phone for £39.99 then what? Oh yes, you have to put … Scenario.... I buy a phone for £39.99 then what? Oh yes, you have to put some credit on it or its a paperweight. So I put £10 or £20 on it which I use for calls, texts, etc....... cost of phone....£39.99? Next time I buy a car, I must remember to add the price of a tank of petrol to the price (add funny face)



£59.99 is the price you'd have to pay no matter what, whether you use or want the credit or have another sim (p&g or contract), you still have to pay £59.99 at the checkout.

stephenclarke1999

Should it? Did think about it but £20 isnt for the phone, its USEABLE for … Should it? Did think about it but £20 isnt for the phone, its USEABLE for calls, texts, net. This is different to a price of £59.99 with no top up needed?? Welcome any mod comments

The price you gave to list is the total you have to pay...them is the rules. It's £59.99 buddy

Most of us already have our own as from our own providers wouldn't want to pay EE £20 top up we won't be using.

own sim*
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