Sony Xperia Z5 + Sony Speaker... Ultd Mins + texts + 10GB Data + £200 automatic refund after 90 days £47.33 per Month (12 Month Contract 12 x £64 = £768 ) ( £567 after automatic cashback) @ Mobile phones Direct
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Sony Xperia Z5 + Sony Speaker... Ultd Mins + texts + 10GB Data + £200 automatic refund after 90 days £47.33 per Month (12 Month Contract 12 x £64 = £768 ) ( £567 after automatic cashback) @ Mobile phones Direct

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Found 31st Jan 2016
This is a steal for anyone who wants the Z5 as the phone is circa £400 so you are getting a expensive contract for £14 a month...no sim only deal comes close to that with 10GB of Data

this is with Vodaphone

your monthly fee is £64 for 12 months but after you get the first 3 months Automatically refunded after 90 days, it makes your contract the £47.33 you dont have to do anything, the money goes directly to your account...

to get this deal increase the slider on for monthly fee to maximum, then go to page 10 at the bottom
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expensive
sul

expensive



Take that up with Sony, not me
What network is this on?
It states Vodafone but it so rubbish in my area so I will surely let this go but maybe good for some people
waheedaamir1

It states Vodafone but it so rubbish in my area so I will surely let this … It states Vodafone but it so rubbish in my area so I will surely let this go but maybe good for some people



is the coverage checker true? as it says I have a strong 4g signal, but I am not sure I trust them, as EE told me the same and I spent the last 12 months only getting 4G about 10% of the time....

people should be allowed to cancel contracts if they lie
Maybe I'm missing something? This looks like a great deal if you want that phone and are happy with the network.
spain

Maybe I'm missing something? This looks like a great deal if you want … Maybe I'm missing something? This looks like a great deal if you want that phone and are happy with the network.



you are not, what you are missing is the HUKD crowd who hate these type of deals, no joke if I put this phone as £380 to buy it would go hot all day, despite the fact it comes with no data or mins...just how it works on here
quite a bit lol
Anyone currently on Vodafone able to advise what they're like as a network these days? haven't used them for years, and apart from a question mark over this deal involving them, it seems incredibly good!
bloomylicious

Anyone currently on Vodafone able to advise what they're like as a … Anyone currently on Vodafone able to advise what they're like as a network these days? haven't used them for years, and apart from a question mark over this deal involving them, it seems incredibly good!



I live in a semi-rural area and had no problems with coverage here or on my commute. Customer service though are sh... but then which mobile network does have good CS, from experience 3 and O2 are just as bad.
bloomylicious

Anyone currently on Vodafone able to advise what they're like as a … Anyone currently on Vodafone able to advise what they're like as a network these days? haven't used them for years, and apart from a question mark over this deal involving them, it seems incredibly good!


It all depends where you live.
I'm in greater london and it's the only network that works reliably in my house.
I commute to London in the City every day and along my commute and at work it's fine.
15 miles north from me I can get no signal even outdoors (at a friends house)
1st check the predictor, if it doesn't live up to that you can cancel
trebor

I live in a semi-rural area and had no problems with coverage here or on … I live in a semi-rural area and had no problems with coverage here or on my commute. Customer service though are sh... but then which mobile network does have good CS, from experience 3 and O2 are just as bad.



I think a lot of it is we as consumers expect to be courted for our service, as a lot of them could not give a crap, yesterday I phoned EE to leave and at no point did he try to get me to stay, just said fine, sorry to see you leave and here is your PAC code...

I hear Vodaphone are the same, not interested in you as a customer
mrew42

It all depends where you live.I'm in greater london and it's the only … It all depends where you live.I'm in greater london and it's the only network that works reliably in my house.I commute to London in the City every day and along my commute and at work it's fine.15 miles north from me I can get no signal even outdoors (at a friends house) 1st check the predictor, if it doesn't live up to that you can cancel



is that 100% as the predictor says I am good for 4G, but then EE told me the same and 4G was flakey at best
If the predictor says its good and you can't get it or it's poor, you can still return within 14 days under distance selling regs.
Talk to the sales peeps before you commit if you're worried
mrew42

If the predictor says its good and you can't get it or it's poor, you can … If the predictor says its good and you can't get it or it's poor, you can still return within 14 days under distance selling regs.Talk to the sales peeps before you commit if you're worried



ahh yes, knew the 14 days, I was more hoping if after a month or so you never got the 4G they say you will they can be held to account
Aeschylus

ahh yes, knew the 14 days, I was more hoping if after a month or so you … ahh yes, knew the 14 days, I was more hoping if after a month or so you never got the 4G they say you will they can be held to account


Not had to deal with them on that basis so I can't advise
have a read of this though, it may help
money.co.uk/gui…htm
Good deal but voted cold as you always ignore the rules about cashback
mynameisthehulk

Good deal but voted cold as you always ignore the rules about cashback



Edit.... never mind, can not be bothered
Edited by: "Aeschylus" 31st Jan 2016
My honest opinion with vodafone is that they have good and bad customer service... Which to be honest again is not good enough but whenever I do complain I eventually do find someone who will compensate me for the merry go round... It does take quite a lot of goes though, lol!
Aeschylus

Edit.... never mind, can not be bothered



You were obviously bothered enough to remove the correction which the moderators made to your deal...
where does the £14pm come into it?
Pan111

where does the £14pm come into it?



it is based on reasonable logic, this phone brand new will cost you roughly £400, so it means you are paying £167 for the years contract, so £167/ 12 months is £13.91 ergo £14..

so my argument (based on you wanting the Z5 obviously) is that there is not a sim only deal on the market today where you get unlimited mins and texts plus 10GB of data for £14
Edited by: "Aeschylus" 31st Jan 2016
Was actually going to post nearly the same deal earlier, you can get it slightly cheaper and more stuff thrown in. If you go to the Free Gifts section at the bottom of the main page you can find same deal but only £44 a month after the cash back, plus they also throw in a choice of a £50 iTunes voucher, £50 Amazon voucher, £50 Marks and Spencers voucher or a Kindle 6" E Ink Display (worth about £60). You also get the same free Sony Bluetooth Speaker as per the offer above (not sure if it's mentioned anywhere in this thread though).

Obviously TCB or Quidco of £31.50 / £30 respectively too.

Also worth mentioning for those with a Santander Bank account or card, I had an offer on my online banking page (under the retailer offers bit) which gives you another £40 cash back when you take out a Vodafone contract of more than £17 a month


Edited by: "Begize" 31st Jan 2016
Cashaback is a joke. They decline what they don't want to pay.
Heat add thou.

Would rather this with speaker, than The s6 edge.
trebor

I live in a semi-rural area and had no problems with coverage here or on … I live in a semi-rural area and had no problems with coverage here or on my commute. Customer service though are sh... but then which mobile network does have good CS, from experience 3 and O2 are just as bad.



3 just as bad? The call centre is in Glasgow where you get through to some lovely people. Vodafone is some asian country where they hang up on you. Please do not compare as you are misleading many people to take this deal.
I have Vodafone and would recommend the network, however you might be going round in a cirlce when trying to resolve an issue but otherwise they are good
Is this the premium though?
saayinla

Is this the premium though?



nope
Having come from the Xperia Z3 before it, I do find the Z5 a bit of a step backwards.

First off, the battery life, you will struggle to get 2 days without turning on the Stamina Mode. Realistically with moderate use, you are looking at under 1.5 days.

Also the camera which has been so hyped up, yes its fast focusing but the image processing software ruins details in shots. I wish they would just advertise it as a 8MP camera too, as the 20MP mode (which you have to turn on manually) doesnt take as detailed shots. I think this could have been a great camera, but its ruined by the software.

I like the thumb/fingerprint sensor on the side, but as its so slim, sometimes it doesn't recognise the scan.

Everything else is just a bit run of the mill, its just good, but not great.

Having had it since November, I doubt I be keeping it for much longer, I may go for the Samsung S7 when it arrives later this month.
I'm with vodafone. I think all networks are pretty similar these days.
I get one bar of 4G signal, and thats more than enough to stream youtube or netflix in 1080p!
As for customer service, seriously don't bother ringing them, they're useless. Pop into a store, and get the store staff to help you.
I spent half an hour in the store last week after days of arguing with the customer service.
The store manager spent 20 minutes arguing with the same customer support before they relented an gave in to what he was demanding they do.
From now on, any problems, i goto store and they can force the problem to be solved themselves
mynameisthehulk

Good deal but voted cold as you always ignore the rules about cashback


The autocashback also has rules making it loophole filled no Cashback, still waiting from last year and now complaining
Coverage checkers are just guides as you don't know if buildings (height, material, etc), 4G spectrums (different signal waves = different uses) are taken into consideration.
6 months on, no autocashback, called and was told it is £25 but needs to be claimed as autocashback is automatic transfer when you provide a bill on a specific date, was not happy and complained in writing now.

Not a trustable company
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