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Huawei P20 Lite on EE - Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, 1GB Data for £15PM with ZERO upfront (24mo contract - £360 - 6mo FREE Apple Music / 3mo FREE BT Sport) @ e2save mobiles
30/09/2018Expires on 30/09/2018Found 13 h, 6 m agoFound 13 h, 6 m ago
Not a bad offer if you were considering picking up this handset for occasional use, or maybe wanted the handset but couldn't afford to buy it outright. Unlimited Minutes and texts,… Read more

Camera quality has very little to do with pixel count.


The camera is a lot better isn't it 16mb as to 13mp and there's a better screen


I'm all ears, I am considering this phone but can be persuaded elsewhere


Yes, slightly better. ID Mobile are offering this for the same £ and the P Smart for £10. Less mins and data though. Just got the p smart for one of my kids. Not bad at that price.


Is this phone better than the P smart

EE 12 Month 40GB SIM Only Plan for £25 p/m - £60 Amazon Gift card via VoucherCodes (3 months BT Sport + 6 Months Apple Music) (£20 p/m eqv)
14/09/2018Expires on 14/09/2018Found 13 h, 44 m agoFound 13 h, 44 m ago
This seems like a really good deal. VoucherCodes is more likely to payout. £70 cashback from Quidco VoucherCodes Free £60 Amazon Voucher on SIM Only Plans Over £21 p/m Monthl… Read more
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Not even guaranteed the cashback as some networks like to decline it for no reason as for vouchers guaranteed by network.


No It won't work


Do virgin SIMs work out of the box in EE-locked devices (eg MiFis) or would I need to unlock them first?


Damn I didn't even see that deal.


No I was gonna say a banana. But you win.

Sony Xperia XZ2 (4GB+64GB) Deep Green, O2/Vodafone/EE Grade A - £340 @ CEX
Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
Grade A is available in different network and go for those network which are easier and cheaper to unlock Grade B is also available for £305 which is great price for latest flagsh… Read more

According to this reviewer battery is excellent even if capacity is not bigger


I bought this from cex 3 weeks ago. It came blacklisted unfortunately but they did refund allowing to buy a different phone It was quite heavy in comparison to all other phones we have in our house and it didn't have the large battery as an excuse which I think makes this a very poor design choice. Performance is amazing so for those who want excellent speed which can be useful in playing emulator games such as God of war. It's great device for it


Sorry, i missed that point. Spot on, take it back.


I know. So how can CEX have two listings then? Grade B - Xperia XZ Premium (Three) Network £215 Grade B - Xperia XZ Premium (Unlocked) £245 Three phones are unlocked anyway as standard. My phone is splash screen branded and comes with three firmware with three utilities as stock. Therefore shouldn't I expect it to be sold as a Grade B Xperia XZ Premium (Three) Network phone?


Unlocked doesn't mean debranded. 2 completely separate things.

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Vodafone alcatel 10.54 Mobile Phone - £9.00 @ Vodafone / Amazon
Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
Great price for this little dumb phones. £9 Great for a night out, band 20, 5000mah battery, 4k screen, triple camera, are all things this phone does not have, and that imo is a … Read more

Looooooooool, ask me another?, hehehehe. :-D


Haha, I know, some weird comments in this thread hahahahaha


"Can’t go wrong for a fiver". The OP list's their own Deal as £9?!. Where'd you rather get £5 from?. It's cool though. :-D


To be fair, I never said it was unlocked



iPhone X 64gb, 60gb data on EE £58 a month no upfront costs x 24 months = £1,392 @ BuyMobiles
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
I know iPhones contracts are seriously not cost saving but I just stumbled on this price on EE Max Plan 60gb data (up 90mbs) Unlimited texts & calls Free roamin… Read more
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Haha, I think my number of connected WiFi devices may be a bit extreme too, I might count them and report back for fun :D Yeah, it's an Osmo but the first generation one, I paid around £250 for it a few weeks before the 2nd gen was announced, so not my most savvy purchase unfortunately. I'd never had a drone, but took advantage of an offer here just recently, the Muvi Q1 at just £94.50. Was very impressed for the money so bought a second one for spares too. I know it's not the best available but I don't think I'll use one very much so couldn't justify going too crazy on this occasion.


Yeah I’m the same with any tech,love it and always got to buy the latest and greatest,preferably on launch day Put it this way, i rang Sky the other day about my internet and the woman said let’s have a look at how much data you are using and how many devices you have connected,you could almost hear her chin hit the floor when she seen what the figures were lol Oooh is that a gimbal i see in the shadows ? I’ve got the osmo mobile 2 myself,and it was rude not to get a Mavic Air to go with it lol


I’d probably give it a couple of months before boasting about a new Samsung Note having a massive battery if I was you... My P20 Pro has a 4000mah too, battery life is epic.


Yes apple update your phone 2 or 3 years down the line to make your 2 or 3 year old phone slow, so you have to go and buy a new one lol.


Of cause it will have a better resale value. They cost a hell of a lot more than other phones.

EE Preloaded 6GB 90 day DATA SIM Combi (triple) Card 4G Data works across EU £12.99 prime / £17.48 non prime AMAZON
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
6GB Data £30 on EE site. Not usually cheaper than £15. Valid for 90 Days from activation. I believe this works across the EU, and can be shared (Tethered) out if your device can ac… Read more

Same here.


Gone up to £14.49 for me, and I have a Prime account.


This done it for New York for a week and a tour of the South for three week. Paid £10 for the 3gb version last 3 months used it in a dual sim phone. Worked perfectly speeds are not what you would get it the UK but perfectly acceptable


I used 3 pre loaded with 12gb i think before for a vegas trip but they are about 30 quid now on amazon, although spotted 3gb for 13.99 on amazon prime


Anyone done anything like this for the USA . I’d welcome suggestions, thanks

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Sony Xperia XZ2 64GB on EE - unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, 8GB 4G £28PM w/ ZERO Upfront (24mo contract - £672 - 6mo Apple Music / 3mo free BT Sport) @ Mobile Phones Direct
31/08/2018Expires on 31/08/2018Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
Thought this was a great deal for the latest and greatest from Sony, the Xperia ZX2. EE themselves offer nowhere near this in terms of total contract duration cost, so if you are a… Read more

Not in low light from a distance, mine would start to focus in out like a cheap Chinese phone That's been the same experience for all my Sony phones so it wasn't just one


Funny how sony provide most phone manufacturers the camera modules, google pixel, s8, iPhone 7/8, are using Sony cameras in fact Sony provide 80% off all camera modules, I had xz for 16 months camera was excellent and so was video quality.


Sony cameras are always a letdown, I've got the xz and it is unstable as f. However if you have the m4 aqua it's a great outdoor phone, probably the only drawbacks are no pinch zoom and you have to concatenate the storage. Samsung is still unquestionably the leader in camera phones but they deliberately have low life batteries that are useless after 2 years. For my low light photos I got a lumia 950, the os is obsolete but has ois and are 90 from cex


The xz2 actually was the only phone, that survived the water test, in recent YouTube video, after 48 hours the LG 7, s8, iPhone x and p20 all failed after 2 days. Sony durability is always far superior thats why there phones are thicker allowing for greater tolerances for there components, the reviewers are always bias against Sony phones, when Sony did waterproofing they said it was a gimmick, now is the norm, don't go on tech site reviews they all paid journalists


Can pick this up from Sony with wireless charger included 649

Samsung S9 on EE - Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, 30GB Data for £33pm (ZERO upfront with code - 24mo - 6mo Apple Music / 3mo BT Sport) £792 @ Buymobiles
Refreshed 13th AugRefreshed 13th Aug31/08/2018Expires on 31/08/2018
Decent offering from buy mobiles if you had your eyes on the Samsung Galaxy S9 with a decent chunk of data. Unlimited minutes and texts, plus 30GB of data each month. As its the e… Read more

A bit of persistance, I've had this matched too :) A manager had to do something in the background to allow the agent to see the offer. This has saved me a real hassle of getting pak codes and PAYG sims to keep my number (which I would have been doing today if I didn't get the deal), aswell as saving me 2 further payments in my current contract. Happy Dan! EDIT: I also just needed to pay the £6.98.


Well bit of news. After a complete rant over chat i got transferred to the digital upgrades team. Lovely girl called Amy. After a 48min conversation EE matched the deal from after supplied evidence. At first i don't think she believed me one bit, but after showing her the link to the deal she changed her tune and matched the deal on the spot. If your not having success then supply evidence of the deal, as she said they get everyone trying it on everyday. Happy at last 8)


I asked for my PAC because I didn’t feel I was getting a good enough deal and required more data. The guy was keen to help. Maybe worth trying to call them up again.


Didn't work for me. My upgrade is due in October and they said I'd have to wait - even when I saw I knew someone who had done this, guy on the phone wasn't having any of it.


Meh! Hoping retention ring soon. The woman was adamant I wasn't getting this deal. Suppose I'm one of the unlucky ones (nerd) (flirt)

Samsung Galaxy S7/ Edge - EE/Vodafone/Unlocked - GOOD And VERY GOOD - Starting From £143.99 @ Music Magpie
Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
Quite a few bargains to be had, from £169.99 for the edge in gold EE good.. Going all the way up to a ridiculous £504.99 for the edge in 64gb pristine. That one aside, there are… Read more

Problem is that I have multiple contactless cards in my wallet so I can't just tap my wallet to pay - I have to open it and take the card out. Much easier for me to just take out my phone, scan my fingerprint, and tap. It's not just that though, I really like being able to instantly see how much I've paid through a push notification on the app, not many banks offer this through their own applications (I think Monzo does) and mine (Nationwide) shows all pending purchases as a Visa debit transaction - so informative!


Yep! Or purse, Nfc, pfft.


Haha way I see it if I have to get my phone out, I can easily get my wallet out just the same


Overrated, just blu tac your debit card to the back of your phone, and hey presto! Nfc


I can live without NFC and a great camera. As long as I've got WhatsApp I'm all good lol

Huawei P20 Pro EE Max. £729.60 over 24 months, unlimited texts/minutes. No upfront cost @ EE instore
LocalLocalFound 11th AugFound 11th Aug
Huawei P20 Pro EE Max plan. 20gb data. unlimited texts/minutes. No upfront cost. In-store. Also includes the free Freebuds. They took the £150 handcost off and reduced monthly c… Read more
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Thanks for posting this deal. I was on SIM only but called up retentions and managed to upgrade to the P20 Pro for the £33 pm for 20GB and 24 Months of BT Sport. I had to pay a £6.99 delivery charge on top but I was paying £20 a month for the same plan without BT Sport so the Phone + 2 years BT Sport is costing me under £320 over 2 years.


update - I think the reason I received a 20% discount was because the store advisor put me down as a PAYG customer going to contract. I never asked her to (glad she did though), this probably explains why people are struggling to match my deal....


Just saw on nectar site you can possibly get 10,000 nectar points if you take out new contract in store, you need to go on Site and get code first to show in store. Wish I’d known!


seemed so lol he said the 20% would be a code and if the sales rep gave out a code then thats a nono *shrug*


well that seems harsh! ha. It's not like it is £15 a month is it? its a maximum of £2.60 cheaper than numerous sites are offering.

40GB 4G Data - Unlimited Calls & Texts - 12 Months Sim - £25 Month (£300 for 12 Months)  + £50 Cashback @ EE Mobile
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
40GB 4G Data Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts 12 Months Sim £25 Month £300 for 12 Months £50 Cashback via TCB … Read more
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gone for this, thanks OP im paying £22 for 20Gb SIMO right now, had around 4 months left on my contract but it said i could upgrade. used the bmw code so got 40Gb SIMO for £20! cant go wrong!


Thanks for the code! I just rang EE as my 12 month contract end on the 23rd of this month. He wasn’t for budging at first, saying that’s the only deal he could give me (40GB £25) I mentioned that you’ve been offering it to other people for £20 - It’s on Top Cashback & UK Hot Deals, I also have this code - Then he offered it for £20. Roll on next month for my new IPhone


I think the vodafone 40gb offer work 110 Amazon voucher and 25/month is more attractive


Yes I’m sure,It’s £5 for a BT sports itself a month after 3 months then an additional £10 a month if you want the one you talk about. So add another £15 pm after the free trial if you wanna keep all the features


Are you sure there's 2 levels of BT sport one where you can put this in a 4g tablet and get access on the tablet then you can pay a tenner after 3 months and get multiple devices and Chromecast.

EE Sim Only - 10GB, Unlimited Calls + Mins £20pm / 12mths + £84 Cashback via Redemption
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug £13 per month through cash-back from redemption down from £20 per … Read more

Why has this gone grey. It seems to be still available???


£13 per month through cash-back from redemption down from £20 per month. Using, you can claim another £26.25. Making the overall cost £10.81 per month! Affordable mobiles arent on topcashback.


Go onto quidco app, look under EE sim only and click on offers.


Do You have a link?


You can get 20gb with unlimited mins and texts for £20 A month and £75 cashback with quidco.

FREE upgrade to higher data speeds for EE Essential plans (was £2/m)
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
IMPORTANT: Big apologies to anyone who has done this deal and been charged. I was assured by a customer service rep that this would be free . I truly wouldn't have posted the deal… Read more

They could have, but what I'm saying is they can't seek compensation if it was you that misled them, by accident or otherwise


Added more info to my post. For all I knew it was a genuine (great) deal. Turned out I was misinformed and I've done all I can to sort it. I know it's annoying, apologies.


Why would I trick people? This isn't some conspiracy. I was told by an EE representative that it was a free add-on, I have attached the screenshot in my post. I'm on a Max plan at the moment so I don't need it and didn't try it, but it seemed like a great deal. If it was genuine, it would be a great deal, wouldn't it? That's why I posted. It turned out I'd been misinformed by the EE rep. It's embarrassing and I wish I'd never posted the deal. I expired the post and did all I could to provide info. What more am I supposed to do? I suggested that people who had been charged seek compensation because if I had been misinformed, anyone else could have been too.


Why not to contact EE customer services and ask them to add it for free, just explain that you been good customer and 9 out of 10 they will do it, except some mean d-i-c-k h-e-a-d-s or p-r-i-c-k-s on web chat, who like to remove all the loyalty discounts (happened to me in past and added back on via phone)


Alright so people got screwed, did you get free btsport can someone get the app and check

EE 0% fees and interest on smart home devices when adding to plan (Apple HomePod, Nest, Ring etc - existing customers)
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Absolutely no interest on all smart home devices at EE! Apple HomePod - £319 RRP EE - £319 (£26 pm for 11 months and £33 up front) etc

Agreed credit when you can afford is healthy and it builds a credit rating which gets you things like a lower mortgage and better finance on a car. People like him who "save" for everything are the people who have the insanely high rate mortgages and then blame the rest of society as they have always kept to within what they believe are society's rules. So I hate it when people come on threads like this just to throw their opinions that people should just save. How about you just goto your cave and over pay for your house and cave with your backwater ideals? As unless you can save for your entire house you too need credit.


They constantly try to tempt me with these deals, first it was Samsung vr kit then the 360 camera I find it's all a bit desperate on EE's part


EE naaaaah never again


Most sensible people leverage credit when it’s appropriate, for instance when something they can afford and would like is available at 0% credit


It does talk about adding it to a plan. I think that’s clear.

Samsung Galaxy S8 + Plus SM-G955F - 64GB - Refurb Good - EE - Midnight Black £324.99 @ Music Magpie / Ebay
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Use the ebay US code for 15% off, making this £276. Another good price and a few available. Refurbished Good – This product will show moderate signs of wear and tear, the item h… Read more

Thats a great deal but i dont think most people are getting all of that for £10. But you can get s9 with 4gb per month for £23p/m which would be enough for most people who will have internet access at home. Which will get u a shiny new latest gen flagship. Instead of someones crusty grade C hand-me-down.


But my £10 a Month is Unlimted Mins, Txts, Data & 30GB Tethering, so where can I get all that and an S9+ for £23 a month?


if your spending £10 a month or more on credit your better off get s9 on contract for £23 a month


Recently ordered a phone with them, great experience, and very reasonable.


Agreed I ordered a Huawei P9 in good condition. Was almost new still boxed when it arrived with all cables etc.

Iphone X 24 month phone contract with EE at £53 a month. No upfront cost. £44.10 TCB @ MOBILEPHONESDIRECT
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Unlimited mins, unlimited texts, 4gb data £44.10 topcashback Cheapest iPhone x contract with no upfront cost out there.
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Get dissent branded device and you will be fine. Many people buying cheap Chinese models and start complain about.


Of course is not about how many devices, Look at this article - the only person who fight for ios was you, rest of forumers staid calm. Generally you do support ios and see yours benefits in it - i don't. Reason why i answered in short because i can see your full enthusiastic in ios... I let you satisfy with it but it didn't worked for me. ... And be honest, we at work place cisco engineers, mostly do not support ios. Nothing against unix, only against iOS restricted functions.


Six months to a year later and by then your manufacturer and carrier have stuck their dirty fingers in it.


It's not about who has the most phones. Your comment was "who likes ios???", the answer is over 1.3 Billion. An interesting asside, however, note how Android has an install base of just over 2 Billion active users, which is indeed far greater than 1.3 Billion and means that Android is live on about 35% more devices overall. However, that does give an interesting dynamic. Android outsell iOS devices approximately 86 devices to every 15 (worldwide), but despite this they only have a 35% swing in active users. That's one hell of a lot more Android devices chucked in the bin every year than Apple devices and highlights the value of the Apple proposition. You do indeed spend more buying an Apple iPhone, and some of that pricing is indeed high level profits for Apple. But on the flip side you iDevice will, statistically, last far longer and end up saving you money over time. It's the same with their line of computers, they cost more upfront, but add in the years of software support and resale value and you will usually end up saving over time.


Ios - just reached 1.3b devices, android - year and half ago over 2b.

Samsung S8 on EE - Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, 20GB Data on essential plan (6 months Apple Music / 3mo BT Sport) £31pm with £45 auto cashback @ Mobile Phones Direct
26/08/2018Expires on 26/08/2018Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Not a bad offer if you had your eyes on a Samsung S8. Unlimited Minutes, Texts and 20GB Data for £31 per month before cashback. The £45 cashback is automatically credited to your a… Read more
EE retentions deal - unlimited mins and text 15gb data £28 a month plus £50 upfront cost - £722
Found 6th AugFound 6th Aug
So just rang EE and told them about the Vodafone deal of £23 a month for 4gb which works at just over £60p with the £80 upfront they were happy to beat it and get it for £50 upfron… Read more
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25gb for £10 initially but has creeped up towards the £12 mark


Just got myself unlimited calls/texts and 40gb for £20 on two lines with first month free!


Got bumped here


Excellent deal. Cheers.


20GB data, unltd mins and texts @ 35/mo with £20 discount... so £15/pm

EE - Samsung Galaxy S9 - 4gb, unltd calls/txt £23/m and ONLY £50 upfront fee
Found 6th AugFound 6th Aug
Samsung Galaxy S9 with 4gb data, unlimited calls and texts for £23/month and only £50 upfront fee with EE Same as the Vodaphone ( deal but that has £90 upfront cost … Read more

The bill does not show the £5 'Loyalty' that will be took off. Temped to let the dust settle then try to push for the 20% student. IT says you should get 20% for upgrading existing customer. Both of which i am (was on a SIM only deal).


I dont think so. Even tried getting this as a 2nd line and they would only offer 10% off


You're welcome


Is this available to new customers too?? i am looking to get it


Well, I rang back later on this evening and told the call operator about the deal (referring to this thread). He said that was also coming up on his system and matches the deal! Absolutely over the moon! I was paying £23 a month for SIMO and now I just got a new phone for the same monthly payment. The only thing he said he couldn’t do was allow me to pickup from store or add any bonuses like the double data boost that some mentioned earlier. I had to pay the £50 + delivery and it arrives tomorrow! Thanks to the original poster - it seems like a little persistence pays off!

iPhone 8 64GB Unlimited calls, Unlimited Texts, 30GB Data - £36 a month 24 months £864 with EE @ Mobile phones direct
Found 6th AugFound 6th Aug
The best deal around at the moment, been searching for one for my partner, everything else is around £42 a month or cheaper but with an upfront cost for the phone. You get a warni… Read more

I found this on same site the other day but now it’s disappeared ;(


Its there but seems to be reduced to 20GB.


Under offers


Not showing for me, very odd


This deal is still live and is the best iPhone 8 deal around

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