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Lenovo V110 15.6" Laptop AMD A9-9410 4GB 500GB Win10 with Internet Security - 80TD000KUK  £329.99 @ Tesco
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Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
AMD A9-9410 2.9GHz / 3.5GHz Turbo Processor4GB RAM, 500GB HDDMicrosoft Windows 10 Home Special Offer includes BullGuard Internet Security. Amazing capabilities of Windows Operati… Read more
Musicrab

The combination of average CPU and hard disk will make this a bit sluggish. A 128GB SSD would be nice - not sure what price point they start at.

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Batman projection alarm clock £14.99 + free delivery WC @ internet gift store
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Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Free delivery is usually applied with orders of £35 but if you add FR33DEL is delivered free. Projects Batman logo and time,good alarm clock making getting up for school fun.was £2… Read more
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Dillz_

Thank you!

DogDycDude

Available at the same price from Robert Dyas https://www.robertdyas.co.uk/batman-projection-alarm-clock?istCompanyId=bf3344d9-83f5-4abd-b69a-da131f7567d1&istItemId=xatitmplpp&istBid=tzxx&source=&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIhZnLxur42QIVqLftCh054g3IEAQYASABEgJzs_D_BwE

Batman52901

Sorry for the late reply. (embarrassed) Mine projects onto the ceiling from my bedside table very clearly and the projection is the right way round not upside down one if the clock face is facing you then the projection will be facing the same way and not upside down or anything like that.

Dillz_

Damn out of stock.

Mysticaltopaz24

@Batman52901 maybe you could answer @sheffield788 question? ;)

Software Library: Amiga software FREE @ Internet Archive
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Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
These emulated Amiga software programs consist of demos and music disks from 20 years of community coding. A thank you to the Scripted Amiga Emulator project, as well as db48x … Read more
GPDawes

Buy an A500 on ebay, why have the shell when you can have the real thing.

GPDawes

and Denise singing in 12 bit stereo in the mid 80's , so ahead of its time.

spacedog

Fat Agnus!

Emeye

Still have our family Amiga with CRT monitor and PC emulator board in my parent's loft along with our old Spectrums - I can't wait to see my kid's reactions when I finally get them out.

bitcoin5

Think everyone with a maplin soldering iron kit, a few IC's and a copy of the pcb layout nicked from the local library was making these to sell in the late 80's !!!! (party)

Online TV 13 - FREE World TV / Radio (Internet Required)
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Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Link takes you to a page where you can download “onlineTV 13” and serial number FREE. This is a program that provides a database of thousands TV and radio channels broadcasting f… Read more
dtc333

I am intrigued as to why this is so cold .... :/

DingIs

There's a german voiced Eurosport on it, I was watching some of the motoGP practice ysterday

DingIs

Here's the official (I think) list of previous versions to download so you can get 13... https://www.onlinetv14.de/index.php?file=download&lng=en Requires WMP to be installed...??

oldskoolpug

Don't be a plum.

Geemac

Wheres the fun in that ;)

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EE PAYG now includes Data Rollover to £10 and £15 Data Packs
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Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
Data Rollover is a great new benefit on EE pay as you go. We’ve now added Data Rollover to our £10 and £15 Data Packs. This means that if you didn’t use all the data in those packs… Read more
seaniboy

o2 Airwave was sold after Telefónica bought o2 Group to McQuarie Bank in 2007 for 1.2 billion who sold it for just under £900m to Motorola in 2015. Airwave lost a lot of o2 network support over them years and the emergency services contract so it was sold at a loss due to asset/coverage depletion from the 2007 sale. o2 U.K. floats itself later this year, I’ll be buying shares as a long long term investment as when Telefónica Spain clear £10billion of it’s debt going public it’s going to eventually sell up and make another £10+ billion to half it’s current (many years) €40 billion debts which interest payments are crippling Telefónica Spain. o2 banked on a Three U.K. buyout like Ireland, leaving the EU Three UK might still be in the running to buy it like Three Ireland did with o2 Ireland - Ofcom allowed a merger of TMob & Orange to create a monopoly and BT to allow a bigger monopoly so I think post brexit Three U.K will be allowed to buy o2, given Ofcom referral to EU stopped the merger not Ofcom. Simply like EE it can force a merger/buy out to sell spectrum (Three bought EEs enforced offhive) for a another player to enter the market, short term Three cleans up and another network comes to play (the U.K. needs it with the state of o2 being the most expensive even over Voda by a long shot). I would expect Ofcom also say the Cornerstone base station partnership between o2 and Vodafone goes to the new spectrum purchaser as Three U.K. already owns 50% of EE backhaul company MBNL, so to summarise issue - new Three sims and sell 50% Cornerstone with spectrum to allow the merger, 2 years of high customer numbers for Three to become a bigger player and the new buyer gets spectrum and a 50% base station ownership access with short term income from Three. Virgin/Talk Talk with Internet backhaul are two U.K. that could clean up that spectrum/Cornerstone 50%. O2 U.K. shares long term are going to be a good investment, esp for Lifetime Stocks & Share ISAs ;) o2 throughput is probably pinged through Telefónica subsidiaries on the continent where it has its own data servers (or third party contracts) well before o2 U.K. servers - ie not direct, saves cash for them.

delboyd

I think he's referring to EE being chosen to host the emergency services over O2. :)

Coffeee

O2 didn’t have the emergency services contract, that’s Motorola :) other than that, I agree, always found O2 to have poor signal and throughput, but that might just be where I live and work. You should always buy a handful of PAYG sims across the networks and see what works best for you at home and where you work.

seaniboy

You can’t compare payg to contract, nor a data bank to a rollover, compared to how poor EE payg was in comparison to other networks it’s about time thier data went up. Heat here aswell. Wonder if you still get Data Boosts with these ?

seaniboy

They can’t even get satellite services 100% lol (Sky Mobile runs on) o2 there’s a reason o2 lost the emergency services contract to EE, 3G and 4G coverage scrapes through its minimum licence requirements with Ofcom, Telefónica buying o2 ploughed them into massive debts and now o2 U.K. is a cash cow with minimum investment.

McAfee Internet Security 1 Year 1 User - £3.99 + Free click and collect at Argos
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Found 3rd MarFound 3rd Mar
McAfee® Internet Security provides trusted antivirus and identity protection for your PCs, Macs smartphones and tablets so you can browse, bank, and shop safely with all of the ess… Read more
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badboyofrock

Don't get me wrong, I wouldn't buy McAfee. I wouldn't pay money for any antivirus software, but I don't get the hate for this software. It's running on my laptop, which is a low powered Chinese one, and it's just fine. It doesn't slow down when scanning, or at any time, to be fair. And when it does scan, all is good. Agree about malwarebytes, though. You need it alongside an antivirus program. Preferably one that isn't Windows defender.

Harryisme

Mcafee is now owned by Intel as far as I know, John has not been involved with the company for years. He's now busy with his Crypto mining ventures. Even with Intel's backing I wouldn't use Mcafee (though wouldn't go with the poster who recommended just using Malwarebyte either, that should be running alongside a good anti-virus program, not as a alternative.) there are better software packages out there, even for free. Everyone I've known who bought Mcafee has ended up uninstalling within a couple of months and buying another anti-virus program that doesn't frustrate them as much as Mcafee.

alanbeenthere

and now he fills his days pumping and dumping alt coins lol

saltygaz

Alongside Malwarebytes - good read here on why. https://www.howtogeek.com/225385/what’s-the-best-antivirus-for-windows-10-is-windows-defender-good-enough/

mbriz

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_McAfee

FREE CALLS TO CHINA/USA/CANADA (No Internet Required)
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Found 1st MarFound 1st Mar
From a UK landline or mobile dial: 033 3232 3232 . So long as you have free minutes, your call will be completely free, otherwise it will be charged as a standard UK landline call… Read more
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cutestrose

Good find. There is another option to make free calls to 200 countries ;) ;) . Smartcaller.co.uk https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-international-calls-to-200-countries-mobile-landline-smartcallercouk-2845298

spaceinvader

I'm not sure you understand the definition of humour. What's funny about posting the same negative comment on every deal, over and over and over? Do you never tire of repeating your "jokes"?

kimbern

It’s called dry humour. You’re just moaning. Without any humour. As I said, bet you’re the life and soul of any party.

spaceinvader

Says the person who moans about every single deal that gets posted

GAVINLEWISHUKD

Sadly Hong Kong is not really China from a phone point of view (or pretty much any point of view!). +86 numbers are included which are mainland China. CathayPacific do have a Beijing office but I guess they don't list it on their website as a contract point as you are unlikely to get somebody who speaks good English. Plus they will likely only help you with flight details for flights coming into mainland China.

NordVPN flash-sale - 2 Years Plan with 75% off ~£52 ($72) or £2.15/month
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Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
NordVPN runs flash-sale and offers 2-Year Subscription for approx. ~£52 ($72) or £2.15/month with code BESTDEAL As NordVPN provides 100% money back guarantee for 30 days no … Read more
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Switchy87

looking at this deal how do i make sure i get it for £52 do I need to pay in dollars.

johnnyd57uk

Just an update. Sent 5 emails to Nord but none answered. Terrible service from an allegedly top notch VPN service. I think they like taking peoples money more. Anyways I tried my email with some old passwords and surprise I got in. Turns out I had Nord briefly about 4 years ago and they added this subscription to my account. All working ok but not as fast as Pure VPN which unfortunately is not secure according to reviews. Will try Nord for the time being and maybe ask them why they dont respond to emails.....shocking. Above apart decent price for a 2 year plan.

nelsonr100

My 3 year subscription just came through on TCB! Was worried due to the voucher code but all worked out :) Took just over an hour to track.

korni

Sorry mate, I have no idea why. Perhaps it might help to clear your cookies and data in your browser? Mine tracked correctly on first go for £28.83.

encaser

I can't get TCB to load the page for nordvpn, just get a black page with a white dot in centre?

Roberts Stream 93i Internet Radio, DAB, FM, WiFi, Spotify Connect Refurb £99.99 @ Roberts eBay outlet
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Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
Superb reviews, cheapest new is around £149. Manufacturer refurbished, direct from them so you shouldn't have any warranty issues etc.
Thar

I was considering the Roberts one after seeing a thread on here but someone pointed me to a MEDION® 2.1 WIRELESS LAN INTERNET RADIO LIFE P85025 (MD86955) £59.99 delivered, (sorry can't link to the Medion.com GB website for some reason). Fantastic sound, no bluetooth though.

hsjluk

Mine looked brand new, just in a plain box with no instructions.

mikeypr

No Bluetooth, unless you spend £30+ extra

Goopster

Great reviews on this device. Good price. Heat, thanks

mantsam

Anyone ordered this one? do they look like new or heavy used?

Ricoh SP 150 Mono Laser Printer (+ copy of BullGuard Internet Security) £51.97 Delivered @ Box.co.uk
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I have to say, this is quite the attractive printer. Kudos to Ricoh, and kudos to Box as this seems to be the cheapest price around for this Mono Laser. 22 pages per minute print… Read more
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rapid111111

"you're right bro, sorry i doubted you..oh masterful one"

rapid111111

why unlikely? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ricoh-sp112su-multi-function-a4-mono-laser-printer-2999-delivered-ebuyer-2270775

josephallen

A laser printer with scanner for £30? Unlikely.

bertie.wooster2

Toner carts £27-£30 on Amazon (clones)

rapid111111

These have gone up. Remember getting one with a built in scanner for £30

Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 1PC - 1 Year - 1 Device - Anti virus for £3.99 @ digits.mart eBay
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Found 7th FebFound 7th Feb
Hi guys i just found a trustworthy seller who is selling Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 keys for just £3.99. I ordered it and got the email with a key in blink of an eye. The key… Read more
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Dombot2322

Out of stock

pandora_buttocks

awesome, cheers just come to laptop to find my license had run out also didn't realise that i was using the Total security suite, put the activation code in, it said it was for a different product but then installed and switched me over to the other program automatically, no faffing which is an awesome touch :D

Franco78

Personally I'm more worried about who writes the news, and the things they don't write about.

Musicrab

FYI this "deal" is for 3 devices. And the link for the free version (NOT Kaspersky Internet Security) is https://usa.kaspersky.com/downloads/thank-you/free-antivirus-download

JoeSpur

The funny thing is all these people saying Kaspersky are spying have got their news from googling, or Facebook, or mainstream media sites, all of which are data mining too. Most are even reading this so called news using Android or chrome devices, or even Windows or Mac, all of which “spy” on them too. Even the ISP is at it! Whether you want to believe it or not, your data is going all over the place without your knowledge, and to say no to probably the best security suite because of some silly mainstream media scaremongering is just ridiculous. It will help reduce the spying that already going on if nothing else..

Yankee Candle Meltwarmer Gift Set £9.99 delivered using code FR33DEL @ Internet Gift Store
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Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
Official Yankee Candle gift set Part of the Christmas 2017 Collection Includes Limited Edition Winter Village Melt Warmer and 4 wax melts Scents include: Crackling wood fire, F… Read more
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llareggub

Thanks! Managed to order 2 from here also - BARGAIN! (highfive)

Kimburlee

£12.50 but buy one, get one free at the Yankee store in Swindon outlets (if anyone is close enough)

mamaduke

Bit cheaper at Debenhams £7.50 http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10701_10001_304069990494_-1#BVRRWidgetID use sh4z for free delivery

llareggub

Tea light to melt burner.

purplelily

Are these burners electric or just a tea light to melt? Good deal either way

Yankee Candle Spiced White Cocoa Small Jar £3.99 @ Internet Gift Store & free delivery with code FR33DEL
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Just bought 4 of these as teacher gifts for next Christmas - yes, I know it is only February but at £15.96 delivered (using code FR33DEL) it was an offer too good to miss!
llareggub

Was going to mention that one but as you just stated both codes can't be used together so for me the £2.95 off the delivery was the best discount.

dant198i

Have5off is another discount code, cant be stacked but just maybe useful for someone

skik08

Thanks mate!

Internet Security kaspersky  2018 3 Devices, 1 Year £14.89 - Costco
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Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
Picked up this from Costco yesterday Seems a good dealand well respected (y)
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Bestard

I'm assuming you'd need costco membership for this. Do they have many decent offers often? (in order to make my membership fee worthwhile, else not worth it for jusrt this software alone)

BritishDragon

The perfect citizen subject. Swallowing hook, line & sinker the propaganda narrative that Russia=bad. Personally, I trust 'Russia' more with 'access' to my data than the UK/US any day of the week.

Bigspin

Kaspersky is excellent. They become victims of American anti-Russian campaign. Yanks seems to attack any successful Russian company. Even UK government not found any evidence regarding Kaspersky supporting Kremlin. They just cautioned about using Russian av.

taras

yup they are different products. I would take alot of what is said about kaspersky with some added salt. Remember intel's mcafee, isn't doing well, same with the other av. Also other av's have silmar capabilities that kaspersky susposidly has

nw104hh

Kaspersky anti-virus is not same as Internet security...

Three pay monthly 4G MiFi £4.97 plus minimum one month contract fee at Currys
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Product features Roam free in 60 destinations 1 month rolling contract Choose from 3 data plans Device: Huawei E5573 Recommended tariff: 15 GB of data - £20 per month Product info… Read more
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carnivaist

Can't see the point of going crazy over this deal, given the contract requirement. Even if you cancel it you still register a credit search. It might only lose you a few points, but that could make a difference for some. You can get Mifis of this quality for this price, or even cheaper on eBay. Plus, it's possible that PAYG will eventually be reduced as well if Curry's are looking to dump these. That happened with the EE Osprey and Osprey Mini.

carnivaist

Mobiles are often slower for various reasons. Moreover tethering massacres your battery. On top of that you can connect multiple devices simultaneously and stow it in your bag or a pocket (this MiFi is much more compact than the EE Alcatel Osprey Mini).

001_ATLANTIS

I really should have know better...Bought this from Curry's/PC World today and knowingly signed up to rolling 30 day contract with the intention of immediately cancelling as I don't need the device for a couple of months. First problem was that the credit check threw up issues with the formatting of my address (that's never happened before but ho-hum it was eventually resolved). A few hours later I phoned Three to cancel the contract and guess what - no can do they said - because I signed it in Curry's I would have to go back to Curry's to cancel it. They also said that even though I hadn't activated the SIM I would have to pay the first month even if I cancelled successfully. Just as I was about to go back to the store I realised that the SIM card they had supplied was 3G and therefore incompatible with the the 4G device they had sold me. Thankfully this gave me watertight grounds for taking it all back and getting a complete refund, but be warned. Lesson learned is never t o shop at Curry's/PC World again but for most of you savvy readers that will probably be a given!

johnnyd57uk

Its amazing the trouble that people will go to for a half baked "deal". Do you really want to be going to the bother of trying to cancel contracts. Some will let it run over by mistake and of course thats what they are hoping for. I have bought mine on ebay and I also noticed some on sale in CEX unlocked. They are handy ( have taken on holiday) but realistically they will spend most of their time in a drawer.

amour3k

Hahahahahahahahaha, fair enough, no big. :-D But unfortunately, the power of 'The FORCE', is out of our hands on this one ...

Superman look a lite 12 " mood light was £19.99 now £9.99 @ internet gift store,free delivery with code
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Superman superhero look a lite mood lite. Was £19.99 now £9.99 requires 3 batteries. He stands approx 12inches high and great for any Superman fan 🍻 free delivery with code… Read more
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gr8h8me

Superman is too square for me. Won' light up my life........mmm

Mysticaltopaz24

@HutchAW ,Whether for your own kids or the BIG kid lol. Bargain.great for a man cave 🙉 very illuminating

HutchAW

This is ace! And for a tenner, can't go wrong. I mean, for my kids, obviously (cheeky)

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