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Hawk from EE  PAYG £59.99 + £10 mandatory topup
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Found 6 h, 6 m agoFound 6 h, 6 m ago
EE slashed the price for £60 today, no idea if it is any good though... JBL earphones incl.
simes

Its got NFC - unlike most cheap phones , but the low battery capacity ( 2500 mAh ) is a bit worrying given its running an older MTK chipset.

Naked.Cowboy

Review here from Jan 2018 when it was £149 https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/ee-hawk

flaming.h

JBL headphones included Specs as followsWHAT'S IN THE BOX? Handset Battery JBL Headphones Charger USB-cable Quick-Start-Guide WHATS IN THE BOX? Audio & Entertainment Audio supported Yes Dolby mobile supported Yes Music player Yes Memory CPU MediaTek MT6750 CPU Core Octa-Core CPU speed 1500.0 MHz External memory (Up to) 128.0 GB External memory type Micro SD Internal memory 16.0 GB Size & Width Depth 7.9 mm Height 144.0 mm Weight 134.0 g Width 72.0 mm Camera Video & Photo Main camera 13.0 mp Flash Yes Focus Yes Image Geo tagging Yes Screen resolution 5.0" Video streaming Yes Connectivity GPS receiver Yes Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n Bluetooth Yes NFC + Quick Tap Yes Cash on Tap Yes Sensors & Locations Accelerometer Yes Assisted GPS Yes Battery Talk Time (Up to) 10.0 hours Standby time (up to) 13.0 hours Capacity 2500.0 mAh

Palwan

Poor phone (slow & old processor - Mediatek MT6750) Not worth the price tag @ 59.99

Used Google Pixel 3 64GB Just Black, EE B + 2 Year Guarantee £460 @ CEX
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Found 17 h, 39 m agoFound 17 h, 39 m ago
I posted a deal for a grade B in pink last week for £520, it has now been reduced to £460 for the grade B, which imo is a really good price. Pick the perfect moment with Top Shot … Read more
fishmaster

It was easier to just say update it. But yes you're correct.

Zorciarr

Not even the latest update, it rolled out well over a month ago

koahhe

EE only unlock after 6 months of contract.

wondermouse

I'm always amazed by people who trade in their high end phones without getting the carrier to unlock them first. That way they get more cash and it's normally free.

fishmaster

Just update the phone. It's in the latest update.

Iphone xs 64gb refurb locked to EE £749.99 @ Music Magpie
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Found 22 h, 12 m agoFound 22 h, 12 m ago
Good price for a refurb with warranty
rodman

wow xs refurb is so cheap now, that never happened to original x.

Tanni4play

How much 🤮

HHUKD

This is far better value at £795 new and unlocked.....and doesn’t involve Music Magpie (y)

HHUKD

Music Magpie = bandits

preecey

A good price if you REALLY want a current flagship iPhone. Myself personally would highly advise people to get a Huawei phone for less, as they are truly fantastic phones.

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P20 pro on EE with 30gb, no upfront cost £33 at Affordable Mobiles £792
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Found 16th DecFound 16th Dec
I can't find it cheaper. £33 with no upfront cost, 24 month contract and next day delivery.
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jnm21

This really isn't a deal anymore - both A1 & MPD (with their various sub-brands) have been running it since August, when I got it - was a deal then. OK now, but not hot IMHO. Great phone, but seriously we must be nuts paying £500+++ for phones.

Hutss

I got one of these in the O2 deal, paid £396 outright and get a free tablet in 2 weeks. I'm loving every aspect of android over iOS and this phone is amazing.

adam_brough

I've had Huawei phones now for over 3 years and to be honest I am really impressed with them. My son has an S9 but tbh I prefer my older nexus 6p

alltheothernamesweretaken

I can't decide between this, the honor 10 and Samsung s9. The latter 2 are cheaper but I really want a better camera so cannot decide if its worth the extra for me?

cabinfever101

Stuck between this or bit extra for mate 20 pro....

Used Google Pixel 32GB 4GB RAM Grade B EE £115 @ CeX
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Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
Unlocked Google pixel Grade B is £130. You still get all goodies of google i.e speedy latest anroid pie 9.0 software, great camera( especially if you use pixel 3 ported version),… Read more
tc_Joness

https://uk.support.webuy.com/support/solutions/articles/17000053412-what-is-your-store-returns-policy- CEX 24 month warranty 24 Month warranty on all items (except consumables) - Outside of the 30 day period, if your item develops a fault through no fault of your own, we will aim to repair/ replace the item. In the event that this isn't possible, we will issue a refund to the original payment method at the original sales value, provided the item is returned within 6 months from the date of purchase. If your item is returned after 6 months from the date of purchase then we will refund as per the current sales value or original sales value (whichever is the lower). Not too impressed with CEX 24 month warranty https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5440164 CEX: Warranty voided by unlock? Google and find other similar posts

rimalpatel007

I use it mainly for web browsing, social media, camera and calls.

ec9wrr

Only for month. It’s not ideal. But if it’s a little known benefit of prime for those that have it.

MentalFloss

What happens if I stop the subscription, do I still get access to the photos?

ec9wrr

Just in case this is useful, Amazon prime allows full resolution “free” backup of unlimited photos. Of course you need to pay for prime, £79 a year or £39 for students. Monthly also available at £7.99.

20% off + 500MB via UNiDAYS EE deals
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Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
You can use my code if you interested Enjoy 20% off every month on any phone or SIM plan + a 500MB data safety net every month when you sign up with EE online at ee.co.uk. Terms… Read more
dazza99

Also applies if you have a bluelight card

Lucentis

This is standard and has been on for months! Cold !

smallsteve

Cold: Not a (HUKD) Student deal!

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Used Huawei Mate 20 Lite 64GB Black, EE B £185 @ cex
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Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
Again it doesn't seem like a bad price for a B grade condition. Huawei Mate 20 Lite 64GB Black, EE B
tc_Joness

CEX 24 month warranty 24 Month warranty on all items (except consumables) - Outside of the 30 day period, if your item develops a fault through no fault of your own, we will aim to repair/ replace the item. In the event that this isn't possible, we will issue a refund to the original payment method at the original sales value, provided the item is returned within 6 months from the date of purchase. If your item is returned after 6 months from the date of purchase then we will refund as per the current sales value or original sales value (whichever is the lower). Not too impressed with CEX 24 month warranty https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5440164 CEX: Warranty voided by unlock? Google and find other similar posts

Mrswitch

I've posted the pro as a deal about five mins after this or before, look at my. Posted deals :)

TheAngryMob

Oh ..... Interesting ... Think I'll search the Mate 20 Pro :) Didn't consider a used as an option previously :)

Mrswitch

:( ;)

mrew42

Oh, I dunno..... (pirate)

USED Huawei Mate 20 Pro 128GB Black, EE B £580 @ Cex
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Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
Add £40 or so for a grade A. Thoight this was a decent price considering they are still selling, sim free for £899. Huawei Mate 20 Pro’s 4200mAh battery lasts up to two days on a… Read more
arny

This is what I've been looking at -. https://uk.webuy.com/product-detail?id=shuacltl09128gbevea&categoryName=phones-android&superCatName=phones&title=huawei-p20-pro-single-sim-128gb-black-ee-a Thanks for the info, I've been wondering why some people have been saying on here that they've got shot of a P20 PRO in favour of cheaper mobile phones. I was set on an Honor 10 until I seen some of the CEX deals. I'll keep an eye out for Pixel 2XL or something else!! Cheers (y)

LordFlashHeart

I bought my pristine open box P20 Pro from a phone company on eBay a couple of Months ago for £460 but at £365 for a CEX A grade is quite a bargain. Are you sure It's A grade? As I've just looked and the cheapest is B grade (£340) with the next A grade (unlocked) being £420. Oh and don't expect many updates for the P20 Pro as I've only just got Octobers security update and nobody really knows when Android 9 will roll out. Hopefully they will get their act together soon but I can't help thinking that there are so many chinese phones being released that they just can't keep up with the updates. This will probably be my first and last Chinese phone as the lack of prompt security updates worries me, and I know this is pedantic but It's just not very nice to look at or hold (It looks and is roughly the same size/shape/weight as the 4 Year old Galaxy Note 4)

tc_Joness

CEX 24 month warranty 24 Month warranty on all items (except consumables) - Outside of the 30 day period, if your item develops a fault through no fault of your own, we will aim to repair/ replace the item. In the event that this isn't possible, we will issue a refund to the original payment method at the original sales value, provided the item is returned within 6 months from the date of purchase. If your item is returned after 6 months from the date of purchase then we will refund as per the current sales value or original sales value (whichever is the lower). Not too impressed with CEX 24 month warranty https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5440164 CEX: Warranty voided by unlock? Google and find other similar posts

arny

What grade P20 Pro did you go for? I'm currently looking at a grade A for £365 (locked to EE and on a Plusnet sim). Cheers matt

Noosei

Mate 20 Pro or Note 9 or another phone?

EE Max Plan 20GB Ultd Free Samsung S9 £38pm MINUS (£240 CashB £100 Samsung CashB +TCB £63 poss £21.20pm)
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Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
Max Plan from EE highest speed plus roaming in extra counties. Approx maths in title. TCB not guaranteed but never failed me Great plan great phone v good price
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chapunka

I wouldn't touch MPD with a barge pole after the Black Friday debacle. Go to Trust Pilot and read the reviews.

cattythefatty

Thank you (y)

da2tha3

Yeah I'd avoid MPD based on past experiences

pcardoso73

Nice deal, but I prefer to have less cashback and pay less per month. So with the deal below you will pay only 31 £ per month and have 100£ (Samsung) + 30£(automatically discounted) cashback. The phone with the essential plan 20GB will cost you: 714£. https://www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/shopping-basket?affiliateid=30947&clickref=nXjmv47Hehn5nECmTE4vyg&source=uswitch&source=webgains&utm_campaign=73902&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=USwitch Communications&wgexpiry=2011372305&wgu=8497_73902_15448123051184_224efa805b

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They're all unlocked

Samsung Galaxy S9 ON EE 30GB data for the price of 10GB £43 Per Month with £10 Upfront £100 CASHBACK from Samsung, 24 Month Cost @ £942
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27/12/2018Expires on 27/12/2018Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
EE Brings you Christmas Deal with Samsung S9 on Offer: 1. 24 Month Contract with £100 CASHBACK Directly from Samsung, Need to claim within 30 Days of Purchase. 2. CASHBACK Scheme … Read more
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Albie7

Go on uswitch it's £33 a month for 30gb

matthewharrod10

Not a good deal. I got the same deal without the £100 cashback 2 months ago from affordable mobiles for £33 a month and cashback through topcash back. Works out at £792 over 24 months.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro, EE, £38pm, 20gb Data and no upfront cost - Term = £912 @ BuyMobiles
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Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
Hi guys, I know this is not as good as the black Friday deals but Mate 20 Pro on EE for £38 with 20gb data and no upfront cost using code xmas12
RustyBeard

I got the note 9, sending it back (coming from s8 plus). It is not worth it in my personal opinion. I am now thinking of going to with the mate 20 pro instead. More everything... would be interesting to know who changed from mate 20 pro to note 9 though...

Jony5deals

Will be ordering this I reckon, was wondering whether to hold off untill the new year, but want EE so vodaphone deal was no good, still wish I had just preordered it, always been the best deal so far!

AbandonedTrolley

Grabbed the o2 100GB data instead of this was £45 so I realise more expensive but suited my needs better.

ziir

yeah it is good deal , i'm thinking getting this , or just wait

Drooler

Wondering if there will be a better deal in January (speculating a sale)....... So very tempted.

Google Pixel 2 64GB Just Black, EE Grade  B
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Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
Good deal for pixel lovers. Grade B unlocked is for £270 but i will buy Grade B EE and unlocked from them for £8.99
thegreengirl

"If your item is returned after 6 months from the date of purchase then we will refund as per the current sales value or original sales value (whichever is the lower)". Hmm. thanks for the heads up. I've just traded in a load of old tech for vouchers towards a pixel 2 from them. So I can expect a partial refund if it breaks after 6 months.

tc_Joness

CEX 24 month warranty 24 Month warranty on all items (except consumables) - Outside of the 30 day period, if your item develops a fault through no fault of your own, we will aim to repair/ replace the item. In the event that this isn't possible, we will issue a refund to the original payment method at the original sales value, provided the item is returned within 6 months from the date of purchase. If your item is returned after 6 months from the date of purchase then we will refund as per the current sales value or original sales value (whichever is the lower). Not too impressed with CEX 24 month warranty https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5440164 CEX: Warranty voided by unlock? Google and find other similar posts

selecta

How are grade B phones from CEX generally? Anyone with experience? Are they decent quality?

plewis00

Yes but sometimes EE refuse or make it difficult if you don’t have a live contract with them. I know it’s done by server.

Raja007

Not hard to unlock. I have unlocked two in the past for paying £8.99. you dont get code but message as unlocking done through server

Nokia 7 Plus + £10 Argos Voucher + Free 3 Months Sim with 2GB data for £279.95 @ Argos
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LocalLocalFound 10th DecFound 10th Dec
Excellent deal if you looking for a new Smartphone. Its available for other smartphone too. Get a free EE Flex Sim with 2GB data (plus an extra 2GB when activating) for 3 months a… Read more
Google Pixel 3 64GB Not Pink, EE B (£525) @ CEX
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Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
£124 cheaper than a new one, grade B could mean anything with cex, but you Csn always return it. Some grade a for £580, not such good value, but if you are in to saving £60 then g… Read more
rnr81

Exactly that

markrfc

Cex offer 24 months warranty if it gets blocked they will refund or the replace

Shovon

That's interesting to know. If it's still the property of EE, what can they do, cut it off if the contract for it ceases to be paid?

rnr81

I'm always dubious about buying a phone locked to ee as it's unlikely the person who sold it to CEX bought it outright, which means that it is still property of ee until it is 6 months old (as per the contract terms and conditions) So unless cex are ok with refunding it if anything goes wrong...

Mrswitch

I wouldn't see why not, just say you'd rate it at grade C, and you're really disappointed

EE iPhone XR retention ‘deal’ £38 p/m £50 upfront 8gb - £962 total
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Found 9th DecFound 9th Dec
I know this isn’t the best cross networks but it’s ok if wishing to stay with EE £38p/m £50 upfront Unlimited txt/mins 8gb data
cazzie77_

Thank you I will give it a try

james108

A retention deal is where you phone them up, request a pac code to leave and then they’ll start to offer deals to keep you. That deal I posted is what I got yesterday but I suspect they may have gone a little further if pushed more

cazzie77_

Has anyone managed to find this ee deal as I have typed in retention but it’s not showing

Gibzen

That’s good Threes retention deal for same phone: no upfront 100gb unlim mins/texts £41pm £984

hairray

Same, I had the XS and they declined me on credit check..my history is immaculate

Used Sony Xperia XZ3 64GB Black, EE B £395 @ CEX
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Found 8th DecFound 8th Dec
Seems like a good deal to me to get the latest Sony for much cheaper than RRP. If you simply cabt wait, then this is a good choice/price. Comes with that 24 month guarantee, but … Read more
dmartins13

I just went to manually search the update and it came up.

ella.wookey

How did you get the update? Mine is still on Android Oreo ugh

Mrswitch

Reduced to £355 ;)

Mrswitch

Its funny you mention camera, they produce some of the best in the smartphone industry, and yet they csnt get it right (like you say) wih their own phones.

nyasham

The crazy thing is their phones are generally very high quality. Excellent hardware and software with respectable update turnaround times. Sure their camera software does need work, but that shouldn't be all it takes to make them such poor performers in the smartphone market. In my opinion, Sony need to double-down on their camera software (maybe get an agreement to use Google's camera app?) and really leverage their stronger properties like PlayStation,Bravia, Exmor and Walkman. Not just as silly stickers with niche little tricks.... I mean to really get those teams involved in adding features that extend each product line with meaningful features. Sony are stuck in a rut and really need a shake-up at the managerial level. But hey, I'm just a regular Joe who's never headed a multi-billion pound company...

Huawei Mate 20 Pro - £38 a month with £0 upfront cost for 15GB a month on EE (via uSwitch)- 24month contract
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Found 8th DecFound 8th Dec
Been looking for cheap Mate 20 pro deals since I missed out on Black Friday, here's the best I can find with decent data. Let me know if you can find any better :) Upfront cost:… Read more
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JasperWong

They email me saying need more information to complete my order, ask me to phone but they only open Monday to Friday, so I was going to phone today, then I got an email said deal finish so they cancel my order

Wooowawooo

Have they credit checked you then binned the order?

McG_Highlander

Sorry to hear that. Hopefully someone managed to take advantage of the deal. I'll expire this one though.

JasperWong

Same email, I ordered on Friday night then got email yesterday said need more information to process my order, then this morning email said deal finish so they cancel my order, very sad! Just have to wait for another deal. May have to wait till after Xmas

offshore4ft_.

Ordered this yesterday but received an email this morning saying deal no longer available.

Google Pixel 3 64GB Black on EE Max - Unlimited mins and texts, 20GB Data with ZERO upfront £38pm (24mo- £912)w/ code at affordable mobiles
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31/12/2018Expires on 31/12/2018Found 7th DecFound 7th Dec
Thought this was a pretty decent offering considering the zero upfront costs, and 20GB of data on a EE Max Plan. Beaides the full 4G speeds, you'll be getting 6 months Apple Musi… Read more
navinski

Thanks

SJ01

O2 it was.

navinski

Good deal, who was that with? EE?

SJ01

Similar to what I took out for a family member but 150 for handset and 33 a month with no cashback. Decent on the whole after missing black Friday deals.

tom.oliver

Not bad, but a quick glance at mobiles.co.uk suggests an o2 plan with 15gb works out at the equivalent of 36 a month (34 a month + 50 upfront). 866 total cost. For EE this is cheap, but if you can afford to be flexible with network not the cheapest I’d suggest. I didn’t include the potential 25 Quidco there either.

Samsung Galaxy S9 with 30GB EE plan - £667 (£33pm, £25 auto cashback from MPD and £100 cashback from Samsung) @ Mobile Phones Direct
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Found 7th DecFound 7th Dec
Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB 30GB Data Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts 24 Month Contract EE Nano SIM Card £31.96 per month £33.00 before Cashback Includes £25 Automatic Cashba… Read more
Naruto

Does anyone know if these come unlocked?

heatt

"you need to either be a new Sprint customer or an existing one who adds a new line." Didn't you read the page before you posted the link? On Best Buy the only plan they let you choose is the $65 unlimited plan, so it's $74 per month for 24 months. Add the $30 activation fee and you get

winchman

https://www.gsmarena.com/deal_sprint_samsung_galaxy_s9_for_just_216-news-34615.php

heatt

From the Best Buy website

ghostm4n

Did you get that from the picture, or is it somewhat misleading?

Huawei P20 Pro - EE 24 month (New)  Unlimited calls and texts, 30GB 4g data for £33 a month plus some extras @ Affordable mobiles
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Found 7th DecFound 7th Dec
I have been keeping my eye out for a good deal on EE for the Huawei P20 when I came across this for new contracts ( I'm just finishing my other and don't care about a new number et… Read more
Emma2016

i wish i never purchased now... not for the deal but for the sheer lack of customer service from affordable mobiles. gonna try and cancel

AbandonedTrolley

Yeah my partner for the P20 Pro (no upfront cost) 90GB data with Vodafone for £21.50 per month.

alltheothernamesweretaken

So since looking at this I've seen this same deal at various sites which makes me want to find something even better still 🙈

Emma2016

The first deal if you put the upfront cost on to the monthly payments works out 41.20 a month and the 2nd works out 37.24... and for an extra 70gb of data thats pretty good... but personally wouldnt use even 10gb never mind 100gb, so this wee plan at 31.25(after topcashbacks added on per month) isnt bad for now with no upfront cost :)

sj_mith

Yes, looks like you missed all the good deals from Black Friday. I am using p20 pro nearly 6 months now and undoubtedly it's the best phone I have ever used. Can't find any fault with it apart from the annoying headphone port..

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