Play Moto X Smartphone Unlocked 4G (Screen: 5.5 inches - 16 GB - Double Nano - Android 5.1 Lollipop) Black £236.00 @ Amazon.fr
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Play Moto X Smartphone Unlocked 4G (Screen: 5.5 inches - 16 GB - Double Nano - Android 5.1 Lollipop) Black £236.00 @ Amazon.fr

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Found 30th Jan 2016
Seem like a deal don't know if its worth the agro to buy from France but I though I would share.

DUAL SIM Euro version (will work in the UK on all 2G/3G/4G bands)
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I bought my moto x play from amaxzon fr, no hassles, i paid in euros but with the card charges from my bank (halifax) i may as well have paid amazon in GBP. no hassles at all, and it's already had the OTA marshmallow upgrade:) battery lasts a couple of days and no hassles with the phone.

EDIT:- I can also add I bought a "like new" one which was like new and absolutely unmarked which at the time saved me over £30 on the price of brand new the difference doesn't seem as large now though.
Edited by: "pontprennau" 30th Jan 2016
Possibly cheaper direct from Motorola UK with discount codes. It's £250 there but If you can get the 10% new customer or 15% unidays codes to work, it would be £225 or £212.50 with free customisation and free delivery.

Don't try to stack the discounts on Motorola.co.uk - they cancelled my order due to this last week for the Moto X 2nd Gen.
trebor

Possibly cheaper direct from Motorola UK with discount codes. It's £250 … Possibly cheaper direct from Motorola UK with discount codes. It's £250 there but If you can get the 10% new customer or 15% unidays codes to work, it would be £225 or £212.50 with free customisation and free delivery.


But not Dual Sim which is the important bit for many people.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 30th Jan 2016
I posted same/similar deal a month ago Link
Got mine via Amazon France, easy to do using Google Chrome translate, came within couple days, use your own credit card to pay in euros rather than use Amazons 'helpful' auto conversion that will probably cost you more to use.

Mine has the Marshmallow update and works well.... very pleased with the dual sim features, it's like a real upgrade to the dual sim Moto G 2nd gen I had.
trebor

Possibly cheaper direct from Motorola UK with discount codes. It's £250 … Possibly cheaper direct from Motorola UK with discount codes. It's £250 there but If you can get the 10% new customer or 15% unidays codes to work, it would be £225 or £212.50 with free customisation and free delivery.



And be stuck with a single sim version Which whilst good for many people isn't what this deal is for, it's for dual sim
€270 on amazon.es!!!
onesolo

€270 on amazon.es!!!



​I think Spain is single sim to.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 for around £135 delivered from uk sellers has dual sim and similar spec. Lovely phones.
Good phone this. One annoying thing though, no sole silent mode. Has to be on vibrate and can get annoying.
landwomble

Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 for around £135 delivered from uk sellers has dual … Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 for around £135 delivered from uk sellers has dual sim and similar spec. Lovely phones.



Indeed. Plus the Redmi Note 2 should be appreciably faster if the benchmarks are to be believed.
Edited by: "bellboys" 31st Jan 2016
Can a pick a style up for £250!
v5535

Can a pick a style up for £250!



where from?
Crazygooner1

Good phone this. One annoying thing though, no sole silent mode. Has to … Good phone this. One annoying thing though, no sole silent mode. Has to be on vibrate and can get annoying.


Have you tried no interruptions? I used this on my nexus 6.
pontprennau

I bought my moto x play from amaxzon fr, no hassles, i paid in euros but … I bought my moto x play from amaxzon fr, no hassles, i paid in euros but with the card charges from my bank (halifax) i may as well have paid amazon in GBP. no hassles at all, and it's already had the OTA marshmallow upgrade:) battery lasts a couple of days and no hassles with the phone.EDIT:- I can also add I bought a "like new" one which was like new and absolutely unmarked which at the time saved me over £30 on the price of brand new the difference doesn't seem as large now though.



Were there any hassles?
chrisbass

where from?


Ebay
Can you add a 2nd sim can you no longer use the sd slot?
mittromney

Can you add a 2nd sim can you no longer use the sd slot?


2 Sims AND an SD card at the same time
spannerzone

2 Sims AND an SD card at the same time



​can both sims be 4g?
v5535

Ebay



not new, and cheapest buy it now price is £270 for second hand.
mittromney

​can both sims be 4g?



not at the same time, you choose one for data, the other one drops back to 2g so don't be using a 3 sim as secondary I use bt mobile (EE network) as primary and talkmobile payg (vodafone) as secondary
Phone supports Turbo Charging but the charger in the box is not.

Grab something like this from Amazon:

amazon.co.uk/Qua…ger
trebor

Possibly cheaper direct from Motorola UK with discount codes. It's £250 … Possibly cheaper direct from Motorola UK with discount codes. It's £250 there but If you can get the 10% new customer or 15% unidays codes to work, it would be £225 or £212.50 with free customisation and free delivery.



I can't see anywhere it says 10% new customer discount - I've added a 32GB one to basket and signed in, but price stays at £289.
Thanks OP, order placed.
Finally received phone today, and first impressions are very good. Not so impressed with Amazon.fr. Easy enough to place the order, and when I did have issues they were decent enough to deal with them in English. But the first phone they shipped got lost by Amazon Logistics sometime after arriving in Nottingham. They made me wait a week to be sure it was lost before arranging a new delivery. Carrier was UPS this time, and they took 2 days to deliver from Tamworth (20 min drive from where I live). I have never had service this poor from Amazon.co.uk, and I wonder if shipping to another country was partly to blame. Still, I didn't know where else to get this dual-SIM model, and I am glad to have finally taken delivery. Thanks again OP.
grantem2000

Finally received phone today, and first impressions are very good. Not … Finally received phone today, and first impressions are very good. Not so impressed with Amazon.fr. Easy enough to place the order, and when I did have issues they were decent enough to deal with them in English. But the first phone they shipped got lost by Amazon Logistics sometime after arriving in Nottingham. They made me wait a week to be sure it was lost before arranging a new delivery. Carrier was UPS this time, and they took 2 days to deliver from Tamworth (20 min drive from where I live). I have never had service this poor from Amazon.co.uk, and I wonder if shipping to another country was partly to blame. Still, I didn't know where else to get this dual-SIM model, and I am glad to have finally taken delivery. Thanks again OP.


Sounds like bad luck there, I got mine within a couple of days of ordering this phone from Amazon France.
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