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Grade A pristine Google Pixel 2 XL Black & White 64GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free @ appliances direct
Found 9 h, 36 m agoFound 9 h, 36 m ago
Product Information Refurbished Google Pixel 2 XL Black & White 6" 64GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free Key Features: Unlocked & SIM Free 4G Ready for ultra fast networ… Read more

I still have the one plus one haha. I'm quite shocked that it sells for roughly £70 on ebay. I need to upgrade to a better phone sigh


While the listing in the link is for the correct phone (XL) both the links title and the ops is confusing stating 5". The XL has a larger 6" screen as mentioned in description.


Yep me too. Contract deals are awful for pixel but I'm not sure of how good the p20 pros software is and when it will be updated.


Damn it! Just pulled the trigger on a one plus 6! Though at this point, anything would be an upgrade from my still spectacular one-plus one. Now I see why they (or you) call you Mrswitch.....


This or a p20 pro? Looking to upgrade and can't decide which way to go!

Save £20 on the New Google Home Mini + Google Chromecast V2 Bundle £59 @ Google
Found 10 h, 1 m agoFound 10 h, 1 m ago
Add the Google Home Mini to your cart, any colour and then go to the Chromecast V2 page, add that, any colour, comes up as a £20 savings, we also had some google play credit sittin… Read more

Confused at the heat, £10- less elsewhere! Why would anyone want to pay Google £10 more, surely they are profitable enough. Hate to say this but please buy from Curry's or UK retailer to try and keep some shops open, UK tax jobs


it wont let me use play store credit (annoyed)


Cold for me because it's cheaper in Argos and Curry's


If this was 4k


Refer a friend to Google pay and when they make a purchase you both get £10 credit. Use that making this £49.99 :D

There's Something About Mary £1.99 (Google Play)
Found 20 h, 3 m agoFound 20 h, 3 m ago
An absoulte classic of a movie. Currently £1.99 on Google Play in HD. Ted (Ben Stiller) is still in love with his high school prom date, Mary (Cameron Diaz), even though it's been… Read more

Google is slow this was on Amazon for 1.99 I bought it there on the 14th May! You snooze you lose Google!


Just checked and this movie is 20 years old....WTF! Seems like yesterday....


I saw it very long time ago. Would not want to see the nonsense again.


Maybe he doesn't get nervous before a date


Come on, you know the answer (embarrassed)

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Google Chromecast 2nd Gen from Google in £25
Found 20 h, 4 m agoFound 20 h, 4 m ago
Google Chromecast 2nd Gen directly from Google in £25.

Fab price, great device, makes any dumb or not android smart tv, smart! (y)


That one is expired (highfive)


I'd be interested in purchasing your Chromeast Audio if it is brand new..? Please let me know how you'd like to proceed...? Thanks


What about 4G


I got it for £18 from Currys in 2016..

Google Home £93.60 at Currys
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
Great deal on Google Home save a further 10% only £93.60!!! Save 10% off the marked price. For home delivery orders enter code HOME10

Just try asking what day you are free in June or which day is best to go legoland 4th June or 3rd June. Do you get any answer?


I usually get this question about knowing how to use it. Some people usually mean "Are you asking question that Google Home can answer" As in real life personal assistant come in all level of intelligence. I guess Google is not ticking my requirements. Google uses its rank brain algorithm. It will probably meet my needs when they use NLP (natural language processor).


I actually really like the Google Home products. I've had Echo Dots before but they seemed a lot more unnatural to use than Google Assistant has been in general. Just little touches like being able to ask multiple requests in a sentence, like "Hey Google, Dim the lights and play Guardians of the Galaxy on tv." Alexa is getting there, but it's still behind on a few little things like that.


Use my google home devices all the time, incredibly useful and I barely scratch the surface. Maybe you should learn how to use it...admittedly, if you have no other smart home devices then yeah it is much less functional but its still useful for recipes/clock/weather/calendars/reminders/timers/direction info/ free calls/ etc etc


For me these are worth it as a bluetooth speaker that i can ask to play whatever radio station i feel like. Also after linking to spotify i just say "hey google play tame impala" and i get a nice random playlist.

Google Pixel 2 xl White 64gb 10gb/Unlimited/Unlimited £79 Upfront £43 p/m 24 months - £1.111 CPW
26/05/2018Expires on 26/05/2018Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
With potentially £100 off from TCB. I am trying to find any decent deals for this phone on ee but not having any luck. This is the best I can find atm. Happy to be proven wrong :-… Read more
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Yeah I'm gonna wait at least til next month and what (if any) better deals are out there. ee Retentions would only offer me 4gb/un/un/free for £48 or 10gb/un/un/free for £53. Rubbish!!!


Its possibly the best right now, so if you need this phone right now go for it. I'm just gonna go PAYG for a bit til a better deal turns up.


So we're agreed its a bad deal but I need to get the DeLorean out of the garage???


Dunno, it has on the normal though.


Carphone have been doing get an XL for the price of the smaller one for what seems like ages.

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Google mesh wifi twin pack Argos and John Lewis - £179
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Cracking price, John Lewis is also £179, curry's will price match If you get any discounted vouchers at work as well, could work out very cheap

heat added! this will go nicely with my £30 nectar card points!


I have the BT devices and they are a dream. Seamless and amazing. No more family moaning about disconnections, etc. For this deal, Argos also doing that £10 voucher thing.


I'd be very wary of the BT ones. I was researching mesh networks a couple of months ago and the number of people with the BT system who had been totally screwed over by an update that they couldn't uninstall was enough to warn me off. I ended up with the TP-Link Deco M5 system which I'm really happy with. Several features that I use (parental controls, guest network, timed access, associating devices with different users) and set up couldn't have been easier. Due to the Deco including 3 units I now have good wifi cover on all three levels of my house and out into the garden.


Watching this reply closely as I am in a similar mesh plan :)


I am thinking about going down the Orbi 53 route, but have read terrible reports of recent firmware issues !! Which is a shame as it's so much better speed wise than all the other similar consumer grade offerings. It has stopped me going ahead with my master mesh plan! Anyone with Orbi and latest (Daisy chain) firmware installed having issues?

The Very Hungry Caterpillar - Play & Explore app now FREE @ Google Play
Refreshed 23rd MayRefreshed 23rd May
Free for a limited time The beloved characters of Eric Carle’s kids books are now available in The Very Hungry Caterpillar & Friends - Play & Explore, a stunning 3D pop u… Read more
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I remember this when I was a young nipper at school


Great book! Thanks OP!


I can no longer look at this image after a friend referred to it as the human centipede... I just can’t


THE PICKY MEDIA have unfairly bashed George W. Bush for listing "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" as one of the 10 favorite books he read in his childhood. As the press gleefully pointed out, "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" wasn't published until 1969 when Mr. Bush was 23 and just out of Yale.


Oh please... Yes, giving your kids a phone or tablet to play with all the time is not good, but in moderation it is fine, particularly if the apps are educational. My daughter has a LeapTV which she goes on occasionally and it is a great educational tool which she loves playing on and learns a lot from.

Two Google Home Mini for £68 - or effectively £53 (with £15 in vouchers to spend later, details in OP) @ Argos
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Currently Argos have them on offer where you can buy 2 for £68 - to get the offer click on the Get Deal link and scroll down to the bottom of the page. On top of that Argos are… Read more
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Thanks OP, went for it. Been waiting for them to come down in price again and this is the cheapest effective price I have ever seen for two.


Bluetooth to a decent speaker.


If only the mini had aux out


On a lighter note, Its called 'mini' for a reason :)


They don't deduct on this order itself - how it works is if you go via VoucherCode - it tracks as a purchase and then in a few days time you get a £10 voucher from them for Argos - which you can use on your next order. Same thing for the £5 on a £50 spend - which Argos themselves are running. Long story short - for the 2 minis - you will pay £68 upfront and then get back the £15 (£10 from VC and £5 from Argos) which can then be used on the next order. Hope that helps.

Buy a Google Mini and Chromecast for only £49 at Currys
29/05/2018Expires on 29/05/2018Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Buy a Google Mini and Chromecast for only £49!

Oh, and broadcasting doesn't work at the moment. No error, just doesn't do anything. Apparently that was fixed but the app update isn't turning up on my phone, so I don't know. Again, welcome to proof if you wish. And these aren't small things...


Oh here's a new one I found by myself just now! So I thought I'd share.You are most welcome to video proof. Telling Google Assistant on my phone to play (artist) on Lounge TV starts Spotify on the TV and plays it. And I just discovered that if it doesn't recognize the artist properly, you can spell out the name and it'll work. Nice. Well, giving the same command to Google Assistant on my Home Mini doesn't do a damn thing. I don't think it understands it can play Spotify on a TV at all. Savvy investment that paperweight was. I need to do something less stressful, like taxes.


I didn't say it was, in the long term. Specifically the opposite. But when constant updates bring constant problems that's obviously a mixed bag. People have had alarms failing to go off, that's not a minor issue. Weather seems oddly inclined to stop working. Unit conversions fail. Streaming may or may not recognise the correct source. Command recognition changes without explanation. Home automation control *usually* is supported, though if you try twice it'll work. And that's just what I've experienced personally. And the white noise was just one example, check out the rest of that community. The Home recognises my voice immaculately and has always has done. Not too helpful if the actual functionality is hit and miss. And don't get me started on the weird design decisions like blaring a confirmation at full volume when you've asked for relaxing sounds or the abject refusal to do anything about the OK Google hotword that everybody except the CEO hates or vocal device feedback that goes on for an eternity or the separate shopping list when they already have a shopping list app that everybody uses... and on... and on... I can believe perfectly well that it'll turn out fine in the end or exceed Alexa's quality. It's a typical Google dementia-riddled free-for-all right now. Your Mileage May Vary. Weekly.


I've got both home and echo and I'd say the Google home understands way more questions and always finds an answer or answers it better. The echo however seems to understand what my daughter says much more often, she has cerebral palsy and a problem with speaking loudly. I also fail to see how constantly updating is seen as a negative by you. Surely that's only a good thing.


Good. Here's one mentioned yesterday that I've experienced, something just stopped working properly for a week. And there's plenty where that came from.

Google Home Mini Coral (Charcoal and Chalk also available) + Chromecast £49 @ Argos
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Offer is back on - take to checkout to see the price update for the Google Mini and Chromecast combo for £49 Plus get a £5 Argos voucher from Argos with £50 spend Choice of colou… Read more
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It's a fair question. if "over £50" does mean literally that then a £1 SIM ain't going to cut it. Sat here wondering what else, if anything I want for £1.01 to be sure, but maybe it's just a way of telling me I don't really want this at all!?...


Oh thats silly. VC need to sort their stuff out


£50.93, cancel the order, and order again, noticed that you need to click twice on voucher codes website, the second time you click you will see you email.


Try the Google Assistant app and see if you like it. Google Home is basically the exact same thing but in a dedicated device.


I've just brought an echo DOT, it's ok but not great. Will this be any smarter? I can't see to call many people or Google search etc. Cheers

Vodafone SIMO - Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, 20GB 4G Data, £20pm on 12 month contract with FREE Google Home MIni £240 total contract @ Carphone Warehouse
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Thought this was a pretty decent offering from Vodafone, especially as its a 12 month contract. Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, 20GB of 4G data per month PLUS a free Google Hom… Read more
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Anyone know what package this is I.e red extra. I would like to use Wi-Fi calling every now and then.


Just gone for this £80 cashback has tracked pays out 3 weeks Google homes on eBay lol


Free Spotify ?


In South Wales, they've improved their 3G and 4G network massively thanks to the joint venture they have with O2 (Cornerstone). While EE is still better here (pretty much blanket 4G coverage everywhere), Vodafone's network is actually good enough now that I am considering switching from BT Mobile. I would NEVER have said that 2 years ago.


Have Vodafone improved over the last few years then? Our company phones were with them for a few years and service/reception/signal was terrible, particularly in rural and even semi-rural areas. Managed to convince them to change and we've with EE for the last 5-years or so and had no problems. Based on that, I wouldn't go anywhere near them - it was useless. So I'm surprised to see positive comments - unless of course these comments are from people that don't travel to semi-rural areas? Genuinely interested to know if things have changed.

Google Pixel XL 32GB 12MP SIM-Free Smartphone in Black / Silver / Blue - (Certified Refurbished) prices from £239.95 - £249.95 @ Amazon / ADMI limited
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
BLUE/SILVER/VERY SILVER/VERY BLACK all in stock. Great prices ranging from £239.95 to £249.95 for certified refurbs. Covered with a one year warranty too. Still one of the best… Read more

Jeez, so much for certified refurbished like new, sorry about that.


Recieved mine today. Not happy with it. Paint is slightly scratched away on two corners and the screen is lightly burnt. Sending back for a refund.


2 left still. If I were you I would go ahead and purchase it. Cancel the order and see if they respond in the same way that they did with me. Tbh they were quick in replying. Worth a shot for the limited edition blue



Yes pal. I ordered it and then cancelled it straight after. The title stated XL but when I reviewed the order it was the standard pixel. Requested to cancel the order but the seller responded and said it was a typo and that the phone being sold was indeed XL.

Free : Music Player Pro ( Android App) - Google Play
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Music Player Pro is one of the best app for music and audio player for Android By using music player, you can listen to all audio file types. Play your favorite music mp3 and other… Read more
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it was free for two weeks till beginning of may, now free again, spends more time free or at £1.49 than £3.49 looking at its past price history.


Whenever you see the word "Beautiful" keep being banded about in the specs list, you know to pass it by!


Doesn't play WMA. Vlc is free and multi platform. Cold


advantages over poweramp other than the amusing chenglish?

Free Internet Safety Curriculum for teachers from Google
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
Google has made some fantastic resources available for internet safety for KS2 teachers, including lesson plans, stickers, and posters. Packs are limited to one copy per KS2 teache… Read more
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This sounds great (having not yet looked at the pack but assuming it has good information), internet safety is one of so many topics that would be so beneficial to learn at school (or any age)

Google Pixel 32GB Silver Unlocked Very good @ Music magpie £220
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
Using MAY-20 again, get this for just over £200. £230 here £256 here and here (pixel XL + standard) £256 here (pixel 128gb) About 8 more examples ascending in price.

Is the battery covered in the warranty?






Had a very good that was pristine, as in mint, for someone and another friend grabbed a good, that she said is like new, but had the smallest of nail scuffs where the usb hole is!!! Here you go, there are 2 options, OTA update or the full firmware image download, which I would recommend you flash (y) How to: Andorid P downloads:


I just received a 'good' xz premium the other day, and that is fantastic, so fingers crossed yours will be the same.

Hourly Weather Pro App, free @ Google Play [Sale ends in 7 days]
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
This is pro version: - No ads - Full features - 100% money back guarantee, full refund if not satisfied. Hourly weather is one of best free weather apps with full features: Local … Read more
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was going to post this, until i read the poor recent reviews, didn't waste my time downloading either.


I tried this last time it was free... It told me that there was a 0% chance of rain at that time in Bournemouth... Looked out my window at the deluge of water from the sky and decided that this is a crap app..!


30 degreeees....Thanks for showing the Weather in Glasgow!!


The exact same deal posted recently: And this is getting cold lmao (lol)


This looks exactly like Weather Live Pro app Same front end same layout even the same weather temps etc etc

TA: Little Red Riding Hood FREE on Google Play!
TODAYTODAYFound 21st MayFound 21st May
Looks like quite a good game, worth a go for FREE. Seems to have really good reviews too. Game Reviews: "I can't stop playing this one" - Android Central "Games are a passion f… Read more
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This looks good, thank you.


Yup, in my library as well ... Must have been on offer in the past!


Pretty nice. Thanks


thanks for this


'Installed' (skeptical) :/

Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy £1.79 on Google Play!
27/05/2018Expires on 27/05/2018Found 21st MayFound 21st May
Remastered version of the Xbox game with controller support. Also has a old school to remastered graphics toggle which I like. App description: Originally released in 2005, Fahren… Read more
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Loved this game, a must buy at this price.


Amazing, thanks! Straight buy! I remember playing this PC when it came out and was blown away by it.


I remember trying to show off this game to my GF on a PC I built years ago. It crashed halfway through the intro video, blew up a capacitor on my machine with yellow smoke. It was too intense for my machine lol. I never did get to play it. Can't believe that this now runs on a mobile phone. Hopefully this won't have a similar effect. Hot!


Probably the best game story wise i ever played in PS2. Very engrossing and will keep you playing to see what happens next. Highly recommended.


Yeah, just checked and same issue. Very strange

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