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Sony Xperia 10 IV 128GB 5G Smartphone With Free WF-C500 Headphones, 32GB 5G Data On Vodafone £18p/m £19 Upfront - £451 (24m) @ Fonehouse

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The headphones (worth around £49) will be sent with the phone, think this is a low price for a phone that costs £349 - £419 sim free depending on where you buy

Sony Xperia 10 IV Bundle - 6 Inch 21:9 Wide OLED display - Triple Lens Camera - 3.5 mm audio jack - 5000mAh - 161g - SIM free - Dual SIM hybrid - Black + Free WF-C500 Earbuds

  • Small and light ear buds - a great fit
  • DSEE technology and tailored sound with EQ for a more delightful listening experience on your Sony headphones
  • Stable, easy Bluetooth headphones connectivity
  • Up to 20 hours battery life, plus these Sony wireless headphones offer a quick charging feature
  • IPX4 splash resistance rating

Sony Xperia 10 IV Bundle - 6 Inch 21:9 Wide OLED display - Triple Lens Camera - 3.5 mm audio jack - 5000mAh - 161g - SIM free - Dual SIM hybrid - Black / Pink + Free WF-C500 Earbuds

  • A large, powerful battery in a lightweight, compact body. Hand-fit and compact, it's the world's lightest 5G smartphone to feature a large capacity 5000mAh battery.
  • Featuring IP65/68 water and dust resistance *1, the Xperia 10 IV is built for everyday life and its display uses Corning Gorilla Glass Victus, the toughest Gorilla Glass yet – with improvement in both drop and scratch performance.
  • From breathtaking landscapes to beautiful portraits, the Xperia 10 IV's triple lens camera has got it covered. With a choice of ultra-wide-angle 16mm, wide-angle 27mm, and telephoto 54mm lenses, a huge variety of shots is there for the taking.
  • Even brighter than the previous model, the 21:9 wide OLED display reproduces breathtaking images with vivid colours and true blacks.

No Cap on Data Speed

Get speeds as fast as your device will allow with no speed caps from Vodafone! This includes 5G speeds at no extra cost (5G device required).

5G Ready Plan

If you are purchasing a 5G Ready device, this plan provides you 5G at no extra cost! Even if you decide to change to a 5G device in the future, there is no need to update your plan, it will automatically switch to 5G where 5G coverage is available. (5G Device required)

Very me Rewards

Enjoy free gifts, exclusive discounts and tailor made offers with the Vodafone VeryMe App. Download the app to start enjoying the benefits, exclusive to Vodafone customers.

Tethering Enabled

With personal hotspot you can use your existing data allowance to connect other devices to your phone and get them online for free. This is called tethering.

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    Decent bundle price gets you a good mid range smartphone with headphones and enough data for most people. If Voda data works for you then is a good option next to nothing upfront and reasonable monthly price ♨️
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    A deal if you must have Sony for some reason, but the phone seems overpriced to begin with. Sony phones just never seem to justify their prices.
    Agree. The Gadget Show a few weeks ago compared the £1300 Sony model to the Pixel 6a. On apart every camera test they said the Pixel was better. You could buy nearly 4 Pixel 6a handsets for that price
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    If I had such to spend on a phone, I would just buy an iPhone
    But not a new one of course not for £450 anyway.
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    No wireless charging on this one, right?
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    If only the camera was a little better, it'scheap enough for a punt. Camera is not bad though
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    "We regret to inform you that your application with the network has been unsuccessful and we can no longer continue with this application.

    Unfortunately we do not have any more information regarding why the network refused your application, we only get an accept or a decline result from them."

    I went for this Sony before and Fonehouse said I failed their security check. Now the Vodafone have apparently said no.

    Has anyone else had issues?

    Also, if I've got married, but I was single when I got my existing SIM, do I need to change the status with the network? I put married on my application this time and I'm wondering if that's why I've been rejected.
    I wouldn't have thought that would make any difference. Best to look at your credit file and see if anything obvious there.