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Motorola moto g version £99.95 at Carphone warehouse as pay as you go upgrade
Motorola moto g version £99.95 at Carphone warehouse as pay as you go upgrade

Motorola moto g version £99.95 at Carphone warehouse as pay as you go upgrade

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Doesn't seem to be available online but seen these in stock at the Sheffield city centre carphone warehouse and they are the 4g version.

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Good price and these will be unlocked

Original Poster

Yeah I would get one but I've got the 3g version and at the minute am still using a tmobile sim only contract which isn't 4g

Bargain if you know someone on PAYG who can get it for you. Paid £60 more than this at P4U, though that's the price you pay if you want white :P £99 is an incredible bargain. Great phone.

Was just about to port out of O2. Can I use the (active) sim to get the upgrade price, then port out almost immediately? or will they clawback something?

Did look through the T&Cs but it didn't mention anything on this kind of topic.

They have a store only sale going on, I posted the Nokia 630 after seeing it in Meadowhall.

Think this might be for the non 4g model - my local store still has it listed as 'New' as in your pic but it is the standard 3g model. Also, online, the price is this on their website for the 3g model.

Also, I think I can read on the picture you took that it comes with Android 4.3 (which is what the older 3g model comes with out the box) whereas I am certain the 4g model comes with 4.4 (Kitkat) straight out the box.

hot. especially when it gets unlocked and rooted

which network is it for ?

Original Poster

I asked in store whether it was 4g and he said yes the store advisor and pointed it to the 4g logo on the bottom right hand corner of the photo

gwapenut

Was just about to port out of O2. Can I use the (active) sim to get the … Was just about to port out of O2. Can I use the (active) sim to get the upgrade price, then port out almost immediately? or will they clawback something?Did look through the T&Cs but it didn't mention anything on this kind of topic.



No claw back do it move out take advantage

What do you need to be able to get this offer? Just a pay as you go sim?
Edited by: "rdtorres" 11th Jul 2014

Anyone seen this deal else where our only at Sheffield?

It's not the 4G version at that price

rdtorres

What do you need to be able to get this offer? Just a pay as you go sim?



Probably to have been *using* a PAYG for at least 6 months without a phone upgrade within that time. And these deals always seem to exclude 3 from the list of viable networks.

gooeynote

hot. especially when it gets unlocked and rooted



Can I please ask what is 'rooted'. Heard it before but haven't got a clue. Thanks

nandito39

Can I please ask what is 'rooted'. Heard it before but haven't got a … Can I please ask what is 'rooted'. Heard it before but haven't got a clue. Thanks


google it, it's not for discussion on here

TygerrTygerr

Probably to have been *using* a PAYG for at least 6 months without a … Probably to have been *using* a PAYG for at least 6 months without a phone upgrade within that time. And these deals always seem to exclude 3 from the list of viable networks.



Damn it got a 3 sim.

aoqy23

its says its a 3G only phone here on the website … its says its a 3G only phone here on the website http://www.carphonewarehouse.com/phone/motorola/motorola-g



Website hasn't got this deal on. Stores are advertising the new 4G version on this deal.

TygerrTygerr

Probably to have been *using* a PAYG for at least 6 months without a … Probably to have been *using* a PAYG for at least 6 months without a phone upgrade within that time. And these deals always seem to exclude 3 from the list of viable networks.



Does that mean regular top ups or just calls/texts?

nandito39

Can I please ask what is 'rooted'. Heard it before but haven't got a … Can I please ask what is 'rooted'. Heard it before but haven't got a clue. Thanks


Here you go nandito. These links explain it well in simple terms, especially the first link.

digitaltrends.com/mob…id/

gizmodo.com/598…ice

lifehacker.com/578…one

Rufu12

Does that mean regular top ups or just calls/texts?



As far as I know, it doesn't matter. They'll check your eligibility first, so if you want to be sure just go to a store and ask.

Transformers

Here you go nandito. These links explain it well in simple terms, … Here you go nandito. These links explain it well in simple terms, especially the first link. :)http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/how-to-root-android/http://gizmodo.com/5982287/reasons-to-root-your-android-devicehttp://lifehacker.com/5789397/the-always-up-to-date-guide-to-rooting-any-android-phone

Has it been confirmed as the 4g model? Picture clearly shows 4G logo.

TygerrTygerr

As far as I know, it doesn't matter. They'll check your eligibility … As far as I know, it doesn't matter. They'll check your eligibility first, so if you want to be sure just go to a store and ask.



ok thanks

Transformers

Here you go nandito. These links explain it well in simple terms, … Here you go nandito. These links explain it well in simple terms, especially the first link. :)http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/how-to-root-android/http://gizmodo.com/5982287/reasons-to-root-your-android-devicehttp://lifehacker.com/5789397/the-always-up-to-date-guide-to-rooting-any-android-phone


Thanks so much Transformers. You always help me and I really appreciate it. x

Information about upgrades from the Carphone Warehouse website. Quoted it as it's quite long.

When can I upgrade?Remember, you will need an active Pay as you go … When can I upgrade?Remember, you will need an active Pay as you go account.Virgin MediaTo be eligible to upgrade 6 months needs to have passed since you joined Virgin Media or 6 months since your last upgrade. Also, you must have used your number in the last 90 days to make a chargeable event.VodafoneIn order to be eligible for an upgrade 6 months must have passed since you joined Vodafone or 6 months since you last upgraded. You must also have made 2 chargeable events in the last 6 months and have topped up at least £15 in the last 6 calendar months.T-MobileTo be eligible to upgrade you must have joined T-Mobile 6 months ago or 6 months must have passed since your last upgrade. Also, a chargeable event must have occurred on the number at any time.OrangeIn order to be eligible for an upgrade you must have joined Orange 6 months ago or 6 months must have passed since your last upgrade. You must also have topped up within the last 6 months.O2To be eligible to upgrade you must have been with O2 for 6 months, or 6 months must have passed since your last upgrade. Also, a chargeable event must have occurred on your number at any time.What networks don't we offer on Pay as you go upgrade?Currently we don't offer upgrades on TalkMobile.Can I trade in my old handset when upgrading on Pay as you go?Yes you can. Please have a look at our Trade-in page. Find out moreWhy am I not available to upgrade?You will not be eligible if you have upgraded within the last 6 months on any network.


Edited by: "flibblesan" 11th Jul 2014

nandito39

Can I please ask what is 'rooted'. Heard it before but haven't got a … Can I please ask what is 'rooted'. Heard it before but haven't got a clue. Thanks


It’s a term a few geeky types use on here to suggest they can gain an advantage by removing all the software / firmware on the phone and replacing it with something else from the ground-up. It gained some credibility on phones where manufacturers burdened their phones with an awful lot of pre-loaded stuff of their own, on top of the core android operating environment – but given the Motorola phones don’t suffer that affliction its even less appropriate.

flibblesan



Thanks

nandito39

Thanks so much Transformers. You always help me and I really appreciate … Thanks so much Transformers. You always help me and I really appreciate it. x


No worries.

redant

It’s a term a few geeky types use on here to suggest they can gain an a … It’s a term a few geeky types use on here to suggest they can gain an advantage by removing all the software / firmware on the phone and replacing it with something else from the ground-up. It gained some credibility on phones where manufacturers burdened their phones with an awful lot of pre-loaded stuff of their own, on top of the core android operating environment – but given the Motorola phones don’t suffer that affliction its even less appropriate.


Thanks redant.

J_Staunton

google it, it's not for discussion on here



how rude!

rooting is where you gain access to parts of the phone software usually locked. Then you can load on a custom ROM and the phone is very different, this can delete all the bloated rubbish they insist on 'offering' you.
Most users love doing this after they see how much better everything runs afterwards(also better security against spying)

effingandjeffing

how rude!rooting is where you gain access to parts of the phone software … how rude!rooting is where you gain access to parts of the phone software usually locked. Then you can load on a custom ROM and the phone is very different, this can delete all the bloated rubbish they insist on 'offering' you.Most users love doing this after they see how much better everything runs afterwards(also better security against spying)


not rude, just didn't want him to get in trouble if it was against the rules to discuss it

Great value for money. The best Android 4G phone in this price range.
Around £200 and you can grab the Sony Xperia M2.
And if you're willing to shell out £300, Nexus 5.

Peace.

effingandjeffing

how rude!rooting is where you gain access to parts of the phone software … how rude!rooting is where you gain access to parts of the phone software usually locked. Then you can load on a custom ROM and the phone is very different, this can delete all the bloated rubbish they insist on 'offering' you.Most users love doing this after they see how much better everything runs afterwards(also better security against spying)



It's not really rude - let's be frank, if you can take the time to post the question you can take the time to use a little bit of initiative and type it into a search engine. Odds are you'll learn more from doing that, in less time, than awaiting a response on a deal site. In fact, you might argue that Googling it is a lot more appropriate.

Sorry to.disappoint I work for cpw I can confirm the model is the XT1032 version 3g only.Hope that helps.

muckspreader1

Sorry to.disappoint I work for cpw I can confirm the model is the XT1032 … Sorry to.disappoint I work for cpw I can confirm the model is the XT1032 version 3g only.Hope that helps.



How do they check your sim? Do you have to bring it down to the shop in a phone or tell them the number etc?

its not 4G.

I went to my carphone warehouse 20 mins ago and their price is 109.95 and i think its a good price.

turn out its 3G version as they dont do 4G version.

it got the same label as the one in the pic saying 4g.. and its 8G:(

This is 3g only. Confirmed in store 10 min ago. Fake deal

Supermod

Bottom right hand corner shows the 4G logo...

http://www.statichukd.com/images/threads/high-res/1950947_1.jpg
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