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NOW LIVE: Vodafone - 100GB Sim for £36pm (24mo) w/ FREE Handset (Incl iPhone XR / Samsung S9 + Plus / iPhone 8 Plus & More) @ Fonehouse
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NOW LIVE: Vodafone - 100GB Sim for £36pm (24mo) w/ FREE Handset (Incl iPhone XR / Samsung S9 + Plus / iPhone 8 Plus & More) @ Fonehouse

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NOW LIVE!
Just got the heads up on an absolutely stonking offer going live from tomorrow over at Fonehouse.

Vodafone 24 month plan with 100GB of data for £36pm with a FREE phone included. Seems pretty standard at first glance, but the handsets on offer are pretty special.


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You can have your pick of:

  • iPhone 8 64GB
  • iPhone 8 Plus 64GB
  • Huawei Mate 20 Pro
  • Huawei P20 Pro
  • iPhone XR 64GB
  • Samsung Galaxy S9
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus
  • Sony Xperia XZ3
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Offer goes live on the link at Midday Tomorrow!

Me due an upgrade like...

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“this is one fantastic deal for your lucky people“ doesn’t fill me with confidence
It's not a free handset.
Seems like a good deal, was going to go for the Samsung S9 Plus (fonehouse.co.uk/mob…ack) , but the specs seem a bit poor:

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Awesome deal if choosing the XR and need a lot of data
Are they trust worthy. Never heard of them.
Wow! Have some 🔥🔥
It's not a free handset.
“this is one fantastic deal for your lucky people“ doesn’t fill me with confidence
Wow! Here’s to hoping for a similar deal with £200 upfront for iPhone XS
Shame it’s only Vodafone
Are any minutes/texts included in this offer?
Nice find, is that 100 gb a month? Who needs that much lol. Also, how's Vodafone like?
After my last contracts price hikes and continued charging post-contract, I swore never to get a contract again. But this is tempting..
The 100gb data doesn't specify monthly so would imagine this is 4gb a month over 24 months.
Obviously not an issue here, but for everyone else is there a need of proof for ‘hero’ status?
£36 a month with all that data and a high-end free handset doesn't stack up financially for them. Though I'm willing to be proven wrong, I need to see it for myself.

Limited availability sounds like it'll be like very few handsets of each available but they'll take your order anyway like that other company did a while ago then bait and switch you out. I'm skeptical but interested.
Edited by: "plewis00" 21st Nov 2018
is that 100GB a month?
Out of interest has anyone got any feedback re this firm?
I had a fishing exercise with Vodafone ditectly the other day, quoting fonehouse, among others to see if they would match. Their approach was basically to scaremonger, citing the faq section of the fonehouse website, specifically in relation to broken seals om phones.
Has anyone got any experience of this?
fonehouse.co.uk/faq
This seems to good to be true.
+ £31.50 Topcashback? (Plus members)
never heard of them
nealbould1 m ago

This seems to good to be true.


It sure does
The page is live already at fonehouse.co.uk/bes…als

with the following info:

Our £36pm 100Gb Vodafone Black Friday Deals start midday tomorrow - Limited availability on these incredible deals.
Vodafone Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals

We promised you that we would find you the best Black Friday Vodafone deals and Cyber Monday deals and we were not kidding. We have managed to work with Vodafone to create a seriously amazing offer on some of the best premium handsets.

The bottom line currently is that you can bag yourself one of the top handsets for just £36.00 a month with 100Gb of data on a 24 month contract plan.

Yes, that really is correct, and this is one fantastic deal for your lucky people. A lot of these amazing deals come with no upfront cost meaning that all you need to pay to get your hands on your dream phone is the monthly cost. Others have a small upfront cost, but again these are seriously amazing deals. So why choose Vodafone?
or £40 quidco
Probably a con
I want a good BF deal for the Oneplus 6T on vodafone... I wish OP6T was among those phones.

The offers directly from voda, are rubish at the moment...
Dodgy or an advertising ploy with only one available
_sion6 m ago

or £40 quidco



Good spot, personally I'd prefer to use Topcashback's price match as their generally more reliable in my experience but either way it's nice bonus.
Jimmyboy13 m ago

The 100gb data doesn't specify monthly so would imagine this is 4gb a …The 100gb data doesn't specify monthly so would imagine this is 4gb a month over 24 months.


Based on other offers on their site, this may actually be 100gb per month. There’s a Samsung galaxy s9 for £33 a month no upfront with 30gb EE data a month
page or link no longer working
I think ill be taking the mate 20 pro up on this offer
c787ocn21/11/2018 11:16

Out of interest has anyone got any feedback re this firm?I had a fishing …Out of interest has anyone got any feedback re this firm?I had a fishing exercise with Vodafone ditectly the other day, quoting fonehouse, among others to see if they would match. Their approach was basically to scaremonger, citing the faq section of the fonehouse website, specifically in relation to broken seals om phones. Has anyone got any experience of this?https://www.fonehouse.co.uk/faq


Yeah sounds really dodgy.

Why the seal broken and the SIM is inserted in the phone?
To carry out quality checks and insert the SIM card into the phone we have to break the seal. This doesn’t affect your statutory rights or your rights to return the phone providing you adhere to our Returns Policy.
Can you point us where we can get this? I mean, a link that is working...
thedopeyone21/11/2018 11:40

Yeah sounds really dodgy.Why the seal broken and the SIM is inserted in …Yeah sounds really dodgy.Why the seal broken and the SIM is inserted in the phone?To carry out quality checks and insert the SIM card into the phone we have to break the seal. This doesn’t affect your statutory rights or your rights to return the phone providing you adhere to our Returns Policy.


Quality checks! They don't trust Apple so break the seal?!
georgesvalch21/11/2018 11:41

Can you point us where we can get this? I mean, a link that is working...


The first two words of the title "from tomorrow"
Jimmyboy2 m ago

The first two words of the title "from tomorrow"


Sorry mate, I was confused by those people voting hot today for a promised deal tomorrow. I've done the same for EE SIM deal in the past, now I'll wait.
Jimmyboy3 m ago

The first two words of the title "from tomorrow"


Link was live, another reason why this was probably a scam
Jimmyboy15 m ago

Quality checks! They don't trust Apple so break the seal?!


What is more is this is the most abysmal English I've seen on a supposedly UK online store so far.

...and you should contact the manufacturer direct.

If the above conditions are not met we reserve the right to refuse to accept the return of the mobile phone package

All of those sound like they are written by complete amateurs. I wonder what is the deal with this store, sounds like a complete scam and at the very least selling second hand phones, or some other shady imports from China or somewhere else.
thedopeyone26 m ago

Yeah sounds really dodgy.Why the seal broken and the SIM is inserted in …Yeah sounds really dodgy.Why the seal broken and the SIM is inserted in the phone?To carry out quality checks and insert the SIM card into the phone we have to break the seal. This doesn’t affect your statutory rights or your rights to return the phone providing you adhere to our Returns Policy.


Odd. I bought a P20 from these for my daughter. It was sealed and arrived the next day as specified. No issues.
Even if you got your phone though, you would wonder about after sales support and, ultimately, ending the contract!
smallsteve21st Nov

Even if you got your phone though, you would wonder about after sales …Even if you got your phone though, you would wonder about after sales support and, ultimately, ending the contract!


Your contract will be with Vodafone and you'd have warranty with the manufacturer if needed, so nope.
Edited by: "Horrorwood" 23rd Nov 2018
Unless you're tethering (is that allowed?) - consuming 100GB of data on the phone must come at a high cost in eye strain later on in life.
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