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With extended battery life, unlimited storage and the AI, Google Assist, built-in, the Google Pixel smartphone is an impressive first attempt from the online tech company. To find out about the latest reductions, check in regularly at the HotUKDeals Google Pixel page, where we publish details on special offers as they are announced.
With extended battery life, unlimited storage and the AI, Google Assist, built-in, the Google Pixel smartphone is an impressive first attempt from the online tech company. To find out about the latest reductions, check in regularly at the HotUKDeals Google Pixel page, where we publish details on special offers as they are announced.
With extended battery life, unlimited storage and the AI, Google Assist, built-in, the Google Pixel smartphone is an impressive first attempt from the online tech company. To find out about the latest reductions, check in regularly at the HotUKDeals Google Pixel page, where we publish details on special offers as they are announced. Read more
Google Pixel 2 64GB Black or White £115 up front cost (using code VC10OFF) - Vodafone Unlimited Mins & Texts 1GB Data - £18 per month (24 month contact) - £547 total cost @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Just spotted this on Mobiles.co.uk. Not sure if this an error or not, but you can get a Google Pixel 2 64GB in black or white for cost on a 2 year contract for a total of £547 aft… Read more
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Jamjaw2 h, 42 m ago

Does anyone know how much Vodafone charge for an extra, say, 4gb a month / …Does anyone know how much Vodafone charge for an extra, say, 4gb a month / could I upgrade to a different monthly plan?


Well, on the same page as this deal, they have a 4gb plan for £23 per month for 24 months, total cost £627, still not a bad deal.
Assuming they can be had for the same price on 4GB, this or LG V30? - V30 is £100 upfront and £23 a month for 4gb.

Edit - actually, I can see that the Pixel 2 can be had for £80 upfront on 4GB for £23p/m with Vodafone, decisions decisions
Edited by: "RandomTask007" 1 h, 9 m ago
Wow, voted hot from me, I'd snap this up if you're in the market for it, as I can't see it lasting long guys.
Jamjaw2 h, 25 m ago

Does anyone know how much Vodafone charge for an extra, say, 4gb a month / …Does anyone know how much Vodafone charge for an extra, say, 4gb a month / could I upgrade to a different monthly plan?


2GB is £10 according to this page vodafone.co.uk/exp…as/
Does anyone know how much Vodafone charge for an extra, say, 4gb a month / could I upgrade to a different monthly plan?
That doesn't seem terrible, only a few weeks ago it was over £1k for something with 3GB. Have some heat.
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Rshole9 m ago

Tempting


So tempting that I bought one as soon as I saw it!
Tempting
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mrew421 m ago

Network?


My bad, It's on Vodafone and I've updated my post.
Thanks for calling it out!
Network?
Google pixel 2 all colours 128gb on sim free sim only deal £519 @ carphone warehouse
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Go through topcashback for a possible £50 cashback, and choose the pixel 2 on a sim free sim only deal on the lowest total cost, which is £15 30 day o2 contract, and £519 upfront, … Read more
Mrswitch20th Feb

I'm genuinely quite happy for you mate. Well done, stick it to the man. …I'm genuinely quite happy for you mate. Well done, stick it to the man.



Vodafone have setup a direct debit on my card so be sure to cancel if they've done it to you. Probably just an automated thing.
hotrod26 h, 11 m ago

Probably this bit, but still not particularly clear...6.1.1. ..... or …Probably this bit, but still not particularly clear...6.1.1. ..... or (iii) you move onto a lower rate monthly subscription or you end the Services Contract for any reason within your Minimum Period you must: a. return the Promotional Items to us upon ending your Services Contract or within 14 days of our request for you to do so by sending it to the address of which we notify you (here, we recommend that you use special delivery); or b. keep the Promotional Items, in which case you agree to pay us the amount of the discount being the stand-alone retail price of the Promotional Items (i.e. the price you would have paid had you purchased the Promotional Items without entering into the Services Contract) less any amount paid by you at the time of purchase for the Promotional Items.



Problem with that is they dont show any itemised discount or writing such as "worth x amount" like they do with actual promotional discounts. They just have a straight price for a sim free phone no mention of its £x cheaper such as the old price next to it crossed out.
will the phone be locked to the original network?
Mrswitch31 m ago

I'm genuinely quite happy for you mate. Well done, stick it to the man. …I'm genuinely quite happy for you mate. Well done, stick it to the man.


Thanks for posting it. I just need confiramtion from vodafone to feel like its done. ONly petty thing i can think of CPW doing is blockng the phone altough i doubt theyre allowed to as i own it. Its not like a contract sim where you technically own the phone a the end.
hotrod21 h, 8 m ago

Still not clear on the website when purchasing that the phone is a …Still not clear on the website when purchasing that the phone is a "promotional item" though....


A sim free free phone isnt a promotional item thats more aimed at currys vouchers or beats headphones. Fairplay if your system cant seperate the two but at the end of the day their terms and conditions cant superceed the actual law. If you've sold something as sim free and sim only its irrelevant that they were bought together. Otherwise this falls into a "bait and siwtch" category which is a big no-no. They have no right to come after you later on for the difference or whatever.
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moneychop23 m ago

Ok so i've live chat CPW and it went like this: Me: Are you saying that my …Ok so i've live chat CPW and it went like this: Me: Are you saying that my phone contract is direct with vodafoneCPW: That is correct.Me: So I need to deal with them for all sim only details?Me: i can call vodafone to cancel the sim only part?CPW: That is correct, you are welcome in contacting Vodafone and cancelling the sim only part.Me: And I can choose to keep the phone or return it for a refund with yourselves.CPW: That is correct as well.Me: So there will be nothing else for me to be liable for with carphone warehouse?CPW: That is correct.I have then rang vodafone and they have cancelled the sim only i asked what the balance is and they said £0 as its only been 2 days. I asked what i need to do with the phone and they said the phone is nothing to do with them.


I'm genuinely quite happy for you mate. Well done, stick it to the man.
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Get the 128GB version of the Google pixel 2 for the price of the 64gb for £559 @ Carphone Warehouse
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dboi19935 h, 16 m ago

Guys, how long does your battery last on the normal Pixel 2? I got it a …Guys, how long does your battery last on the normal Pixel 2? I got it a few days ago and I'm not that impressed with it to be honest


Depends how you're using it to be honest. With light use I get about 3 hours screen on time across 3 days stand by time.

If I'm using it heavily, with browsing on WiFi and occasional Facebook then around 5-6 hours screen on time across a day's usage. This is with low brightness, data, Bluetooth and NFC off.

What are you experiencing?
Guys, how long does your battery last on the normal Pixel 2? I got it a few days ago and I'm not that impressed with it to be honest
Jimmyboy12 h, 17 m ago

I am using Oreo on a Huawei and no issues with apps drawing over apps. …I am using Oreo on a Huawei and no issues with apps drawing over apps. Twilight works fine and often use one called Screen Filter plus think it has a built in one too. Perhaps just a Sony thing.


Look at your notification bar it will not be filtered. If it is then the system has a blue light filter setting built in and you don't need Twilight. Apps can not draw over the system UI in Oreo. Massively annoying when using Twilight because every time you open the notifications they're bright white and also if you have on screen navigation controls at the bottom of the screen they aren't filtered so are bright white too. The only proper fix is for the OS to have a blue light filter/night light setting and Sony version of Oreo doesn't have this setting, the only fix was for me to get another phone and yes I did Google it and when through multiple forums for a fix.

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fishmaster18th Feb

Yes I own the Pixel 2. Took a punt on it because my Sony Xperia XZ …Yes I own the Pixel 2. Took a punt on it because my Sony Xperia XZ couldn't do a blue light filter. 3rd party apps on Oreo can NOT draw over the system UI and since Sony made the mistake of not offering a native blue light filter I was royally screwed, I had to use Substratum which to say the least is a load of rubbish.


I am using Oreo on a Huawei and no issues with apps drawing over apps. Twilight works fine and often use one called Screen Filter plus think it has a built in one too. Perhaps just a Sony thing.
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AgentDaleCooper2 m ago

"Burn" - haha what a douch


Haha.... Douch? Do you mean douche?
Google Pixel C keyboard Google Store - lowest price I've ever seen £55 @ Google
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They've probably discontinued selling their Pixel C tablets, as I haven't seen them on their website for a while. It used to cost £119, £75 on sale.
morocco116 h, 53 m ago

Here you go mate, hope this helps. They ship worldwide and because it's …Here you go mate, hope this helps. They ship worldwide and because it's cheap, you won't get stung with customs.https://www.quikfixlaptopkeys.com/?product=google-pixel-c-single-replacement-keyboard-key


Thanks!
Thanks OP
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I got it yesterday and I like it a lot so far. Solid, elegant and functional. I use it for taking notes in OneNote.
hmm.. is it keyboard actually any good to use?
Google Pixel 2 £559 / Pixel 2 XL £629 @ Carphone Warehouse/Currys
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MrDoom18th Feb

Same question as this. Can you cancel the 02 contract but keep the phone …Same question as this. Can you cancel the 02 contract but keep the phone at the reduced price. Did you cancel with CPW or direct with 02? I assume worst case you need to pay one month and then cancel ahead of the second month? Anyone done this yet?


I would also like some clarification on this please. Do I cancel the contract with o2 straight away or do i need to do it at the end of the month. I have had the phone for a couple of days and I'm not too impressed with the battery life to be honest but I Think that's because I came from a redmi note 4 which had a really good battery life. How is everyones else experience with the battery life?
Edge11117th Feb

just trying to understand the O2 deal. So I can get the phone for 569.00 …just trying to understand the O2 deal. So I can get the phone for 569.00 and pay as you go deal for 13 quid but go back to O2 store next day and cancel the contract before they can debit my account. so effectively getting the phone for 569.00 only ??. Can you really do that ?


Same question as this. Can you cancel the 02 contract but keep the phone at the reduced price. Did you cancel with CPW or direct with 02? I assume worst case you need to pay one month and then cancel ahead of the second month? Anyone done this yet?
Seanetta4 h, 48 m ago

Yes I have a G5S my previous phone was a Galaxy S7 and I've had loads and …Yes I have a G5S my previous phone was a Galaxy S7 and I've had loads and loads of phones since 1998. The Galaxy S7 was broken. No I've not had any experience of a Pixel and don't intend to because everytime Google release a Pixel or Nexus they are plagued by issues. Calling me a moron just because I say this is a little bit childish. It seems you judge people by what phone they have. Now there is a moron. I ain't replying anymore because you're just a total wanker who criticises people just because of what they think. Does not matter that I have not owned a Pixel before I don't want one, too expensive for what it is


How can you possibly make a judgment with having no idea of something? Owning an S7 does not make you an oracle. You keep saying "plagued by issues" but you have no idea of what issues those could be. This is called prejudice, so you are a big moron. Now you are calling me a wanker, because you have no wise thing to say. This is the childish thing. You will not reply, because you can not possibly say anything valuable.
gubro3 h, 59 m ago

Ah, so you are a moron.Nice to see, that you repeated your biased idea. …Ah, so you are a moron.Nice to see, that you repeated your biased idea. Let me give you an advice: Only a moron makes a strong statement without actually having an experience about something. Owning a G5S will not give you an idea about Pixels.


Yes I have a G5S my previous phone was a Galaxy S7 and I've had loads and loads of phones since 1998. The Galaxy S7 was broken. No I've not had any experience of a Pixel and don't intend to because everytime Google release a Pixel or Nexus they are plagued by issues. Calling me a moron just because I say this is a little bit childish. It seems you judge people by what phone they have. Now there is a moron. I ain't replying anymore because you're just a total wanker who criticises people just because of what they think. Does not matter that I have not owned a Pixel before I don't want one, too expensive for what it is
Edited by: "Seanetta" 18th Feb
Seanetta1 h, 54 m ago

Nope,why should I be embarrassed by something I agree with. Why should I …Nope,why should I be embarrassed by something I agree with. Why should I be embarrassed by a moron like you that i don't even know?? The Pixels are an over priced rip off and have been plagued with issues since day one. They don't warrant the price they are for what they offer


Ah, so you are a moron.
Nice to see, that you repeated your biased idea. Let me give you an advice: Only a moron makes a strong statement without actually having an experience about something. Owning a G5S will not give you an idea about Pixels.
Edited by: "gubro" 17th Feb
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Google Pixel XL 128GB for £433! (Possibly £423)  - Brand NEW Unlocked - Eglobal Central
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smr14 h, 25 m ago

Strange they don't mention this on their website? Usually PRC based …Strange they don't mention this on their website? Usually PRC based sellers that post from in the UK make it clear on their webpages as buyers would prefer this.


The iPad I bought recently was posted from in the UK
waynehardy19 h, 15 m ago

Just bought the wife an iPad from eglobal, and no issues at all. Posted …Just bought the wife an iPad from eglobal, and no issues at all. Posted from within the UK so no import tax to pay and warranty is with apple via their excellent stores. Would imagine that Google would honour warranty on this too. Buy with a credit card so that any worries about non delivery/ not working on delivery are allayed


Strange they don't mention this on their website? Usually PRC based sellers that post from in the UK make it clear on their webpages as buyers would prefer this.
I thought you couldn't post "deals" from e global central.
I have this phone, paid more via cex as new 128gb. Best handset I've owned, had a Sammy s8 but the screen was over saturated with colour and didn't like it's curves. We'll worth the price. Hot.
morpheus11 h, 28 m ago

Sorry but it is you who needs to get your facts right....“Warranties or o …Sorry but it is you who needs to get your facts right....“Warranties or only valid and enforceable in the locations where the device is purchased.”Apology accepted!


If anything went wrong with the phone and you later found out you weren't covered by warranty as long as you pay by credit card you'd have a very good chance the credit card company would have your back, as the site is. Co.uk and you could argue that you were misled and thought you were buying with a UK company and would have a normal warranty. Limitations act 1980 makes a credit card company liable in consumer contacts under s75 joint liability - consumer credit act 1974 for up to six years. I've argued this successfully, with a Samsung tablet from a similar .co.uk none UK company.
Google Pixel 2 64gb All Colours Available £489 @ mobiles.co.uk
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£10 cheaper than the Currys deal posted earlier
Nice price for Pixel 2, but I still missing nexus time, thas the real nice price...I have using nexus 5 for 3 years
ElgyVeeten10th Jan

Camera yeah, but software updates? As far as I know Pixels still haven't …Camera yeah, but software updates? As far as I know Pixels still haven't got official Oreo OTA if you were not running one of the betas.


Wrong. Doesn't matter anyway. Not enough storage according to you
ElgyVeeten10th Jan

If you're gonna use it for Snapchat and Instagram you'll be more than …If you're gonna use it for Snapchat and Instagram you'll be more than happy, but you shouldn't take it on a holiday. You can always watch VoloKin Project's honest camera review on youtube to get an idea.


Neither according to you. We should all give our money to charity rather than buy this. No one should buy this phone for the camera and we'd all be "thick" for doing so. Not enough storage.

Definitely don't take it on holiday...said nobody, ever
£529 now
fishmaster2 h, 12 m ago

I haven't noticed it no. I know it's a big issue on the XL. I'm not some …I haven't noticed it no. I know it's a big issue on the XL. I'm not some one that notices screen imperfections unless they're massively obvious.


Alright, thanks for answering back. It may be that I'm just being paranoid but I'll go in-store and compare it to the one on display and see the difference just to be on the safe side.
Edited by: "Sonic_18" 11th Jan
GOOGLE Pixel 2 Mobile Phone - 64GB Clearly White / kinda blue SIM Free Unlocked, Ex demo A grade £429.98 @ SVP
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Seems to be the cheapest price online for a new(ish) Pixel 2. Sold as ex demo in immaculate condition with a 3 month warranty from supplier. Google might offer their own warranty … Read more
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klushs8th Jan

Makes it to look like a 5 years old phone. It's not a 200£ phone therefore …Makes it to look like a 5 years old phone. It's not a 200£ phone therefore I would expect it to be innovative inside and outside at that price tag.I'm a happy S8 owner and I paid 450 and I would never swap for pixel.That's why it's cold obviously mate.


This phone will never lag, like yours will in a few days/weeks/months after you bought it. The Rear Design is unique, and good in my opinion. The Software will destroy your S8's software.
RabLewandowski8th Jan

They ugly


I though that... Until yesterday, when my uncle brought the one he has over. It's a really nice phone, and looks compact the bezels aren't nearly as bad as made out. The screen may be a bit small for some, though (at 5")
GeordieAffy201410 h, 37 m ago

Couldn't agree more. I know Note 8 and S8 owners and their phones are …Couldn't agree more. I know Note 8 and S8 owners and their phones are laggy already. Team that up with slow updates and it makes for pretty carp user experience. A Note 8 owners turns to me and says I can speed it up if I disable X Y Z. But you shouldn't have to start disabling stuff to make it faster. Stock Android deffo way forward. Shame I can't afford a Pixel just yet so Nexus 6 going to have to last another year. Still going strong.


Previous S8, S8+ and Note 8 owner. I've had two S8s, two S8+ and two Note 8s since they launched, because I kept convincing myself that they must be amazing because of the hype - and indeed they are lovely objects. Each time I was disappointed with the cameras, the biometrics, the overall performance and in the case of the Note 8, the old security updates (mine was 5 months out of date when I sold it last week and the BTU model has still not been updated).

Not knocking Samsung as a lot of people get on great with them, and their hardware is obviously very good quality. I basically offered my mint Note 8 (direct from Samsung) for a Pixel 2 though and no one came forward - so maybe those bezels are a decent trade off for the software experience, fast updates, camera and customer service.
Edited by: "misterleoni" 8th Jan
Totally agree Pure Android or androidOne is the way forward.
After all many of us have banking app and monthly security updates are essential.
Edited by: "deany76" 8th Jan
clonereeco55 m ago

Typical Samsung owner , cares way to much about how their phone looks …Typical Samsung owner , cares way to much about how their phone looks rather than practicality and useful features. People forget you are also paying for software . I would never go back from stock android now that I've used it. Would never pay to use Samsung's bloated software but that's just my opinion.


Couldn't agree more. I know Note 8 and S8 owners and their phones are laggy already. Team that up with slow updates and it makes for pretty carp user experience. A Note 8 owners turns to me and says I can speed it up if I disable X Y Z. But you shouldn't have to start disabling stuff to make it faster. Stock Android deffo way forward. Shame I can't afford a Pixel just yet so Nexus 6 going to have to last another year. Still going strong.
Google Pixel 2 + 24 Month Contract EE 2GB Unlimited Mins & Texts Total Cost 24/£22.99 + £35 with code @ Mobiles.co.uk
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24 month contract £22.99 per month £50 upfront but code VC15OFF takes that down to £35 (credit indigobox). £35 cashback on Topcashback or Quidco - means an effective total cost o… Read more
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Phone is coming up at £245

edit: Oops, just seen the age of this deal. Why is this not expired?
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So EE moved my 5gb boost for having broadband with them on to the new line no problem Now I feel silly for taking out the 2gb plan and not the 1gb!..
RoyalVilla32 m ago

I'm hoping another good deal will be along soon - the phone is coming down …I'm hoping another good deal will be along soon - the phone is coming down in price. Is a pain as have cancelled my pay monthly sim with three and its getting moved to payg next week. Deal has been going for a month and missed by a few hours at most - snooze lose indeed!




Hope you get a good deal.
However I think the Pixel 2 price is 'only way is up' when Jan sale ends, £499.00 price point is rock bottom, next big drop is when Pixel 3 is launched October 2018 £399.00 to clear excess stock.

Just my view, I maybe wrong.
Good luck!
Ps
Lot to said to be a generation behind, £399.00 for Pixel 2, would be amazing value (£629.00 at launch).
Edited by: "deany76" 11th Jan
I'm hoping another good deal will be along soon - the phone is coming down in price. Is a pain as have cancelled my pay monthly sim with three and its getting moved to payg next week. Deal has been going for a month and missed by a few hours at most - snooze lose indeed!
Google Pixel 2 only £450 Brand New with trade in @ Carphone warehouse instore
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BergkampWonderland8 h, 28 m ago

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Please don't spam the thread with rubbish. We are trying to have an informative conversation/debate.
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ezzer723 h, 20 m ago

Genuine question, why do so many people think bezels are an issue?


I don't think, it's for Me. Not the bezels in general, but so big ones.

Even ZTE and HTC managed to put brilliant stereo speakers in a smaller factor, if we're taling about use of the bezels.

But yeah noone need to follow trends, this is why you're choosing Pixel and I'm holding a OP.
chrisbrowning1 h, 51 m ago

I guess people are spoiled with great looking phones now I happen to like …I guess people are spoiled with great looking phones now I happen to like the bezel as easier to hold for me


Just ordered regular Pixel 2 from mobiles.co.uk. I wish I had ordered during the Google Home Mini promotion that they did.

I can't justify paying £170 more just to upgrade to the XL, when they're the same except for screen resolution and battery size.

At least it has a dual front stereo speakers, making some use of the bezels.
Google Pixel 2 £499 at CarphoneWarehouse Sim Free - all colours
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estjaydee5th Jan

lol. no but you can on an under £50 phone or tablet... my point was that …lol. no but you can on an under £50 phone or tablet... my point was that for the over £800 costs of current gen phone you can buy a half decent car. it was meant to put it into perspective.Fact is a sub £200 phone will do the exact same thing as a plus £500 one... i cannot fathom why anyone would pay that for a phone.. also you can buy an oculus rift and a graphics card vr capable for under £500. why anyone would spend that much on phone gahhhhh!


You may only use your phone for calls texts and the odd WhatsApp therefore even a 150 quid phone would suffice, but if you're a heavy user, want good camera, use apps, and browse regularly it's the price you pay, no one's saying to then go upgrade annually, that would be madness .. I've used Samsung OnePlus Apple now a Pixel XL 128gb I got for £400 open boxed just after the Pixel 2 was released. Does everything I need and a bargain for the next 2-3 years, still not possible for a phone at your price range.
£529 now
estjaydee4th Jan

I honestly don't know why anyone spending time on money saving site like …I honestly don't know why anyone spending time on money saving site like this would be willing to pay £500 for a phone. your'e all mad.


Maybe because some of us are able to spend a lot but still like to find a deal for an item in question? If I'm looking for a Pixel and I've decided this is the phone I want, if I can make a saving on that product then so be it. Maybe I don't care if Phone A exists and it costs £250

Too many people on this site seem to have this urge to try and crap on products/users that are willing to spend above their own payment threshold. Nothing wrong with someone who's willing to buy a £800 TV for example wanting to see if they can get it for £700 instead.

I wouldn't personally spend £1000 on an iPhone X but if someone only wants an iPhone X and they can come to HUKD and find it for £900 then I don't really see the issue. Move on
Ordered the kinda blue version and midnight case.
FYI, for those on Quidco and Amex you can get this phone to work out slightly cheaper @£470/475.

Quidco £10 cashback for SIM free phone at CPW

Amex 3% cashback offer, plus 1% if you have the platinum cashback card

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Edited by: "Delio79" 5th Jan
Google Pixel 2 All Colours - £499 @ Currys
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johnfrankland2 h, 0 m ago

Thanks. When you put it like that, £200 is quite a premium for the …Thanks. When you put it like that, £200 is quite a premium for the simplicity of pure Android (and a better camera!). Have read that Oreo and the next iteration of EMUI is coming to the Honor 9 but then there is still that temptation of owning a pure Android phone...No! Must resist. Must resist!


The Honor 9 has been cheaper and the P10 has been around that price - you may find a better deal if you can wait. I don't have a crystal ball, though, and prices might rise too...

I can see why the Pixel 2 would be tempting - and there's sensible enough reasons to spend more to get it - but I don't think EMUI is bad enough to justify the premium
andisitadeal15 m ago

EMUI seems flexible enough to me nowadays (posting from my Huawei p9). …EMUI seems flexible enough to me nowadays (posting from my Huawei p9). There are other features that would tempt me to pay more for the Pixel 2 (better camera, regular updates etc), but I don't think EMUI is £200 worse than the version of android on the Pixel 2.



Thanks. When you put it like that, £200 is quite a premium for the simplicity of pure Android (and a better camera!). Have read that Oreo and the next iteration of EMUI is coming to the Honor 9 but then there is still that temptation of owning a pure Android phone...No! Must resist. Must resist!
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IndyS1 h, 6 m ago

Sukhdeep, hope you're not having to manually type in your unusually large …Sukhdeep, hope you're not having to manually type in your unusually large username each time


Haha I want to change my username... Any ideas how?
Google Pixel 2 XL Panda Colour £669 @ Currys/PCWorld
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Been looking for one of these for a while now..... £669 seems a fantastic deal for such a highly rated phone. Also £669 for the black colour. Additionally used work vouchers fo… Read more
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Not the most intelligent class action but worth noting in case your mic or speaker ever fails.
This phone should have been £500 new.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 13th Feb
wardi6910th Jan

It is! Nice find, just asked them about this in store and they confirmed …It is! Nice find, just asked them about this in store and they confirmed that all phones come sim free and to call up and cancel the O2 contract as soon as possible to only pay £15 for the first month.So overall will work out £644, however combine that with the £50 topcashback on offer and it could come down to £594!


Just ordered mine!
Shovon9th Jan

Its for people who want their phone sim only


Not when all phones from CPW come unlocked anyway, regardless of being bought with a contract or not.
DamienGiles7th Jan

Isn't it cheaper when you take out a 1 month plan through O2 at CPW? £629 …Isn't it cheaper when you take out a 1 month plan through O2 at CPW? £629 + £15 so £644 or am I missing something?https://www.carphonewarehouse.com/mobiles/pay-monthly-tariff.html#!/t_contract_length/1/sort/t_totalcost_cashback/model/GOOPIXEL2XL64GBWHI


It is! Nice find, just asked them about this in store and they confirmed that all phones come sim free and to call up and cancel the O2 contract as soon as possible to only pay £15 for the first month.

So overall will work out £644, however combine that with the £50 topcashback on offer and it could come down to £594!
DamienGiles7th Jan

Isn't it cheaper when you take out a 1 month plan through O2 at CPW? £629 …Isn't it cheaper when you take out a 1 month plan through O2 at CPW? £629 + £15 so £644 or am I missing something?https://www.carphonewarehouse.com/mobiles/pay-monthly-tariff.html#!/t_contract_length/1/sort/t_totalcost_cashback/model/GOOPIXEL2XL64GBWHI


Its for people who want their phone sim only
Google Pixel 2 XL  - 64 GB, Just Black at pc world £699
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It seems there's a £30 price drop to £699 at pc world
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Original Poster
Sorry for my error at saying it's £699 in the title.
Cheapest you can get this handset so heat from me
Plus £10 cashback makes this £659 which isn't that bad....think i'll bite when it gets to £500
Price match with Carphone Warehouse? I can trade my old phone in there.
Google Pixel 2 64GB / EE / Unltd mins / texts / 2gb / £22.99 pm / £50 up front mobiles.co.uk
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Been on the side line for some time. Contract comes to a end and due an upgrade. Seen some really good deals and came across this. I know there has been some deals posted but this … Read more
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Sweet good to hear.
Stewart_Howells-10326097312 h, 8 m ago

Just a little note guys. Spoke to mobiles.co.uk today to see if they’ve c …Just a little note guys. Spoke to mobiles.co.uk today to see if they’ve could still honour this deal and appartantly the £50 upfront fee was a misprice and they were actually losing money on this deal. SO congrats to all that got it


What was it meant to be lut of curiousity?
Just a little note guys. Spoke to mobiles.co.uk today to see if they’ve could still honour this deal and appartantly the £50 upfront fee was a misprice and they were actually losing money on this deal. SO congrats to all that got it
DanTheManc6 m ago

I've opened up a dispute with Topcashback so hopefully it gets sorted.


I hope they increase it to the advertised value! I didn't use the code for the £10 off on purpose as I was counting on the £35 cashback.
Google Pixel 2 (All colours) & Google Home Mini Bundle - 64 GB - £529 / 128 GB - £629 @ Currys
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Same price as Carphone Warehouse, but you may prefer Currys... Make your home a little smarter with the Google Pixel 2 & Home Mini Bundle . This bundle includes the Pixel 2 … Read more
Mentox16th Dec

I bought this 5 days ago, any chance of getting this discount somehow?


If you bought it in Currys then go back into then and they will refund you the difference if it's within 7 days.
If you're after a quality Android phone that has a 5inch screen this is the best out there, hands down in every single aspect. If you're after a screen size of over 5.5" then I'd go with a s8 or s8+, purely because the Pixel 2 XL has a long list of problems however this smaller version doesn't . Best camera, minimum of 3 years software updates, stock Android and just runs slick.
helal942 h, 10 m ago

You're basing your choice on one reviewer whereas if you look at so many …You're basing your choice on one reviewer whereas if you look at so many other reviewers they have raved about the camera saying it's the best on any smartphone right now, even better than the iphone x or note 8


Did you not read my last post. You know the bit where I say it will do the job very well. However I usually find that most negative points are actually true in reality. It's a question of whether they bother you or not. Never said I wouldn't buy one.
Edited by: "Smartguy1" 17th Dec 2017
Smartguy115th Dec

Not me. Just from someone who has a lot more experience of phones other …Not me. Just from someone who has a lot more experience of phones other than Samsung or LG. https://www.androidpit.com/camera-blind-test-results-samsung-apple-on-top-pixel-2-tanks


You're basing your choice on one reviewer whereas if you look at so many other reviewers they have raved about the camera saying it's the best on any smartphone right now, even better than the iphone x or note 8
Mentox6 h, 11 m ago

I bought this 5 days ago, any chance of getting this discount somehow?


Probably not. Who cares ... Get it returned and order this one at the new price.
Google Pixel 2 64GB Clearly White £100 +£17.99 pm 24m EE (£531.76) @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Found 15th Dec 2017Found 15th Dec 2017
Lowest priced monthly contract. Plus 1gb data not for everyone but some will find it useful. £100 upfront EE
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dancedar31st Dec 2017

Usually it will, I prefer not to complicate TCB esp as mobiles.co.uk get …Usually it will, I prefer not to complicate TCB esp as mobiles.co.uk get rubbish reviews on paying out. Mine tracked as £10.50 so put in yet another claim.'Luckily' my 5X bootlooped after 10 months so my full refund from Amazon will go to this


Thanks for getting back to me. I'll order it without the £10 code if it means I can get £35 in cashback.
Sonic_1826th Dec

Does using the code invalidate the cashback?Can anyone who haven't used …Does using the code invalidate the cashback?Can anyone who haven't used the code confirm if the cashback has tracked?


Usually it will, I prefer not to complicate TCB esp as mobiles.co.uk get rubbish reviews on paying out. Mine tracked as £10.50 so put in yet another claim.

'Luckily' my 5X bootlooped after 10 months so my full refund from Amazon will go to this
shivrajrk25th Dec

thanks for your reply..is the handset locked to EE?


No it's not
Does using the code invalidate the cashback?
Can anyone who haven't used the code confirm if the cashback has tracked?
Rachie198757 m ago

It was never in the offer.....it was sent in error


thanks for your reply..is the handset locked to EE?
Edited by: "shivrajrk" 25th Dec 2017
Google Pixel 2 XL @ Mobiles.co.uk - EE/ 8GB data / unltd text/mins / 24 x £32.99 + upfront of £75 (-£15 with voucher code VC15OFF) £851
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Pixel 2 XL 64GB EE 8GB Data £60 upfront using code VC15OFF £32.99/month £851 total.
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Ashan8518 h, 11 m ago

what happened to the expired button? this is gone now..


Still on by looks of it
what happened to the expired button? this is gone now..
AceRimmer1524th Dec 2017

What are EE like? I've been with O2 for about 14 years or so, but deals …What are EE like? I've been with O2 for about 14 years or so, but deals like this are making me consider leaving them. I'll be getting a Pixel 2 XL at some point either way. This deal has ended but CPW have it for £37 with 15 gig on EE.


EE was really good for me. Excellent coverage however my colleague struggled to get any signal at his home in West London.
What are EE like? I've been with O2 for about 14 years or so, but deals like this are making me consider leaving them. I'll be getting a Pixel 2 XL at some point either way. This deal has ended but CPW have it for £37 with 15 gig on EE.
Bujok8417th Dec

I've ordered 2 phones from them and both have been delivered next day …I've ordered 2 phones from them and both have been delivered next day after ordering so you should receive it tomorrow via dpd


I looked online because the processed email confused me and saw people complaining which worried me. Turns out I got it next day even though I ordered late. Come with a home mini which was an actual surprise!
Google Pixel 2 XL now £699 plus free Google Home Mini @ Carphone warehouse
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Cheaper than buying directly from Google. Few few screen issues with the majority being fixed. If you can put up with the off axis blue tint it looks a cracking phone.
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Did anyone get their mini? I bought my Pixel on the 14th of December, still received nothing.
slysy23 h, 19 m ago

Can't see any mention of the mini - expired?


Yeah, same price still, but no mini anymore.
Can't see any mention of the mini - expired?
Do they still offer the free Google home Mini for the XL ?
Ordered for delivery tomorrow via Quidco (£10 + £2.50 bonus). Plus AmEx 4% cashback
Edited by: "lkl265" 18th Dec 2017
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