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Thrustmaster TS-XW Racer Sparco P310 Competition Sim Racing Wheel & Pedals [Xbox One / PC] £479.99 @ Box
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Total beast of a wheel set up, looks a solid build, as you'd expect at this price point. It won't be for everyone, but it's a heck of a unit and a really decent price right now. Th… Read more
MrSprkle

Not sure I agree, never had a problem with accuracy on driving games with a controller, I find its quicker to flick a thumb left or right than to turn a wheel.

Redscoped

Using a wheel and pedals does add a lot to the experience of driving games. For the casual player because you get used to the controller for most games I suspect it will be easier. However once you get used to the wheel it gives you far more control over the car. The thumb sticks due to the size it is difficult to be so accurate as is with the button control for speed control. When you are chasing seconds on the track such detail can make a big difference. However even as a more casual player myself it is just a lot more fun. I use for Euro Truck games it is a lot easier to control and more relexed than using the keyboard for example. I have to be honest this is a bit out of my price range you would have the be a serious on line racer to splash out this money. So hot deal but only for those with money to burn or a career in online racing :)

Seanspeed

Wheels can take a bit of getting used to if you're used to being competitive with a gamepad. But 95% of people will end up better with a wheel after a decent amount of practice with it. And yea, you need a *somewhat* decent wheel, at least something with FFB. Anything below that isn't really worth having at all. The game you play also makes a difference. Wheels aren't that game changing for non-racing sims and the wheel support for non-sims isn't usually that great to begin with. It's the sim racing titles that start to make a wheel more of a necessity for higher level competition, particularly the more serious ones like Assetto Corsa, iRacing, Project Cars 2, etc. Games like Gran Turismo and Forza Motorsport are still fine with a gamepad cuz they offer more forgiveness in the handling model so that really proper driving technique(what you'd really want a wheel for) isn't so crucial.

floppydesk

I have this wheel and I payed less than this from Box £439.99 !!! . It's a great wheel. The FFB is INSANELY powerful. Feels butter smooth compared to the Logitech G29 it has replaced.

ST3123

I actually find I do MUCH better with a controller than wheels and pedals set up, though maybe I have just had the wrong wheel as I have never had anything high end like this. Even though the wheel is more realistic the controller just feels more comfortable and the 'right' way to play even though it technically isn't. That said I still think this is a nutty price even for a good wheel and the fact it doesn't support PS4 is a major limitation IMHO as you won't be able to play some of the best racers of this gen with it like GT Sport, Driveclub etc...

45GB Data 4G - 5,000 minutes & unlimited texts - £18 per month - 12 Month SIMO @ Virgin Mobile
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Now live Just got a heads up from Virgin Mobile, Virgin will be Offering 45GB Data 4G - 5,000 minutes & unlimited texts - £18 per month Absolute bargain i must say! 4G as … Read more
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scanner

has anyone got a screenshot which states the date/time? thanks

scanner

now they sent me this message: "Could you kindly send a screenshot, which includes the time and date"

scanner

It has tracked as £48 for me (now payable). So I raised a ticket with TCB. They are saying that they do not have any record of the £90 cashback offer. Has anyone got a screenshot that clearly states that £90 cashback offer for the £18 deal? I know there is a screenshot above but that says "up to" £90 rather than stating its £90 for the £18 deal.

Brodel

For what it's worth, if anyone is in a similar position. I was billed £18.00 and then was going to be billed another £5.23 but they are going to refund me the £18.00 and not debit the £5.23. Good thing I called because I just assumed the £18.00 wouldn't be taken as cancelled the contract a few days after being emailed the bill stating that it would be taken out in 10 days time and just assumed that it wouldn't after receiving a cancellation email stating I owed £0.00

Brodel

I took this deal and then cancelled after the SIM arrived, without even opening it. The person on the phone said I wouldn't be charged anything, yet I have just recieved an email saying that £5.23 will be taken from my account for this month. Anyone in the same boat? I'll call them to find out why when I get a chance.

Vodafone Basics 6GB Data and Unlimited UK minutes / Texts £10 p/m 12 months - £120
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As it say's in the title 6gb of Data Unlimited calls and texts 10pm
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rainey4731

Thank you

spencer24

It's to all networks

rainey4731

Hey Guys Just a quick question! when it says unlimited calls does this include all networks or just Vodafone Thanks

preecey

It's their marketing tactic. However, as I've said, it's easy to get a SIM anyway even if you're 30+.

Gollywood

Why is this Voxi SIM only for under 30s?

HTC Desire 12 3GB/32GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black £98.99 @ Eglobal
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Found 8 h, 35 m agoFound 8 h, 35 m ago
Very good price, for a phone that has been under the radar of most budget phone buyers. Excellent thing as a backup phone, with small bezels, and looks a lot more expensive than w… Read more
koskesh

spare phone sure,but what is holiday phone?why would you buy a cheap phone for holidays? are going to slums of Rio?

Mrswitch

Well at the risk of having a long drawn out argument with you, you are right. I agree with you. (y)

BertieWusster

No it's not, it really isn't. If something is s h 1 t it doesn't suddenly become good because it's cheaper - it's still s h 1 t. A deal doesn't just depend on price.

Uncommon.Sense

I opened one of these up recently, there was no processor installed, just two tiny insects on a hamster wheel type arrangement, with a mini abacus next to it. (highfive)

tonyspoons

I think that's ok when it's a £6 light saber umbrella from Amazon, less when it's a £100 phone with better alternatives

Xiaomi Mi A2 Dual Sim Sim Free/Unlocked 4GB/32GB - Black with Code - £151.99 (with code) @ eGlobal Central
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Xiaomi Mi A2 Dual Sim Sim Free/Unlocked 4GB/32GB 24hr Dispatch no taxes or charges android one - two years of updates
cactusbrandy

Without empirical evidence to support it, I won't be able to make such claims, nor dispel them. We only have anecdotal evidence. My guess (and it is just that), is that Apple made a move with no 3.5mm jack and others have followed. Headphones are not just for mobile use, and unless laptops, TVs, MP3 players, games consoles (Switch), aircraft seats ad infinitum - all ditch the 3.5mm standard in favour of either USB-C or Bluetooth - then wired headphones will remain the norm in reality. For front-facing cameras, you'd be wise to consult the empirical evidence, rather than your own anecdotal use. It'd be like me saying the loudspeaker and fingerprint sensor on phones is pointless and nobody uses them - because I don't.

Creatishh

Definitly here to say, but I'm saying to push the envelope for no bezel, plus this could add 10£ to a rrp price for witch many people do never use.

cactusbrandy

Lag can indeed... but it's still a problem after god knows how many years. One day I am sure it'll get there. No front camera? We video call at home a lot when one of us is away and speak to our toddler/family. It's here to stay, especially with newer units having 20MP+ and stabilisation.

Creatishh

Lag can be resolved and best way to do this is to go all the way, I think this is what most companies do to force advancement. When phones next remove the chargering port and sim card tray the phone will become portless, I think this is a good step, with the extra space/time and costs of being able to construct a durable phone that is waterproof with ports are costly and takes away from the design. I also think one company should go bold and not put in a front facing camera, most people above 25 do not use it, ''what about skype calling with family'' do people actually do this?

cactusbrandy

It's okay with a Bluetooth stereo receiver/amp for headphones (I use a little Sony one, but it's getting old), but my main concern is audio lag on BT when watching things like Netflix and Prime - it's really 'kn annoying on non-aptx setups and even when compatible, it can still be a bit picky.

Google Pixel XL 5.5" 32GB Unlocked & SIM Free (Grade D) - Appliances Direct
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Found 23 h, 55 m agoFound 23 h, 55 m ago
Sold by Appliances Direct. You know the script; most mobiles arrive in pristine condition and some with original accessories. Not sure about Grade D though.
Inquisitor

I'm missing something, what's the gain? :/ Risk is high (screen burn, used up battery, dents etc), the gain is..? Are you banking they mislabelled D instead of A?

Hardawan

grade D for damage :)

KingOfCaledonia

Grade C normal Pixel up for £149.97 https://www.appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/a3/g-2pw4100/32blk/google-a3g2pw410032blk-pixel-smartphone

LadyEleanor

Grade Ds are fossilised?

daydreamer01

Grade D = Destroyed

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6GB of 4G data on IQ Mobile (EE) for £9 + 1000 Minutes + 1000 Texts Cheap 30 day SIm Only with EU Roaming @AmazonDeals
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READ THIS FIRST...This is £15 normally for one month, but only £9 on a deal, uses the full EE mast network so fab speeds on IQ Mobile. Great price for 30 days use, with 6GB of Dat… Read more
viniteng

Sorry couldn’t bring it back to ‘positive’ but heat added by me

bitcoin5

Now that IS an idea matt!!! Sometimes the obvious extra deal, is sitting there and smacks you in the face!! That would be a very cheap way to have a year of 6gb EE data, I think the expiry would be 180 days, as it is on EE cards, if you do not active or top them up, will find out as have 2 on the way for next week, will also ask if they expire on Monday via live chat on IQ site!

mattinhull

Can u buy twelve and change every 30 days....

johnf007

Moving on for today, all the best!

bitcoin5

No, I gave an opinion on what was an issue, nobody slated your deal or deals, its not a playground, this is a deal, as it is £6 less than anyone that WANTS cheap data, you are missing the point, that you only need to use it, when you ACTIVATE it, so it is useful for those that cannot pass a credit check that need temp internet or calls while waiting for a landline or just to send Aunt Bessy a text saying you love her, 1000 times.. there is no conspirisy on HUKD.. just conspiritors.. if you do not like the deal, voice your reason, get the reply and move on.. its a deal site, if you have an issue with any deal posters, just use that magic mute button, which is what it is for...

Huawei P20 - Unlocked 4G Mobile Smartphone (Screen: 5.8 Inches - 128GB - Dual Nano-SIM - Android) Black £398 (fee free) @ Amazon France
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Utilise the available €100 euro coupon and pay in euros to get this price. Very good price for a brand new one of these, and from amazon. Screen: 2244 x 1080 pixels 3400mAh batt… Read more
pirate1

Just worth bearing in mind that your data MAY be at risk https://twitter.com/fs0c131y/status/1051568180748013569?s=19

Pondlife

Pro has 2gb more ram, proper water resistance, amoled screen rather than LCD, it's better camera not just one extra lens, much bigger battery and hence better battery life.

xx123

Other than the camera having an extra lens and slightly larger screen what are the big differences?

Horrorwood

Yep true, but I'd still rather not have to deal with the issue.

Pondlife

Yeah big differences

Honor 8X 6.5-Inch Android Oreo UK SIM-Free Smartphone with 4GB RAM, 64 GB storage and 20MP Dual camera – Black  £229.99 @ Amazon
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Honor 8X With a free Voxi SIM card with 45gb of data for the first month or with a free EE SIM card (see promotions) I know this has been posted by others at different sellers, al… Read more
Just.Wondering

Hmmm I could post a picture next to a ruler perhaps, but my everyday objects might not be the same as yours. Another good way to get a feel for how big an item is, draw a basic rectangular size using the dimensions of the phone on an piece of blank paper, then place your own phone within the drawing. The dimensions of the phone can be found here. google.co.uk/amp/s/m.gsmarena.com/huawei_honor_8x-ampp-9313.php

salahwrexham

You could not post a picture of the phone next to an everyday objects so that we can gauge the size please?

jesusbuiltmyhotrod

Excellent thanks everyone. I'll get it from Amazon or JL for the aftersales support, I think it's worth a little extra.

Just.Wondering

Totally yes, I have a oneplus 6 and the new honor 8x , I have transfered all my data across and set the honor 8x up as my main phone, I shall be selling my oneplus 6 , Antutu score is just a tad below 140000 , all things load up quickly with no signs of log, the screen is a bit light bleedy at the edges...but for a mid range phone it is excellent value overall...well worth buying, but if you want it for around £213 , buy via eBuyer and use Topcashback for 1.5 percent rebate.

Ryan1194

Honestly then the Honor 8X is for a you, at £229.99, 20mp camera on the back, 16mp on the front, dual sim, expandable storage, and from reviews it looks like it has a quick response, included face unlock, finger print unlock, and a great 6.5” screen. I’m sure you’ll find that again if anything goes wrong with this one this amazon once again will offer some sort of credit or refund to resolve it. :)

Nokia x6 dual SIM International version £155 @ Gearbest
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tonymcg

Ahh sorry, I remember liking the look of this but something was missing - potentially Band 20 by the looks of it

xx123

The Nokia 6.1 does have NFC. Maybe you had a fake global version that was actually a China model if the one you had didn’t.

tonymcg

The 6.1 doesnt come with NFC, but the 7.1 does

ddaann_99

I'm pretty sure it's the Nokia 6.1 Plus

Tragedy

It's called Nokia 7.1 here

Samsung A8 2018 5.6in ip68 16mp 4GB dual SIM f/1.7 camera 32GB 2yr EU warranty
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Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
If you want a well built mid range phone and don't mind the Touchwiz UI or can overlook it, this is probably the best price you can find this phone if you have a fee free card (a b… Read more
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jazzuk777

Yes they really seem to have gone downhill. It's a shame as I really like the Moto actions, like the one button nav and shake for light, twist for camera. But they've neglected their updates and reliability, which was rock solid originally.

plewis00

I only take phones with IP protection, I don't think I'll get them wet but when spending that much money, it's a nice thing to have. I never really thought the Moto series were that great value, they started out good value but not so much these days.

jazzuk777

I think it might have even been £449 or £499 RRP at launch. The A7 2018 is the serious chink in this phone's armour at not much more but a bigger screen, dual lens camera, 64gb and 4/6GB. But if you can't go to that price this is great and arguably better value than the current Moto Gx offerings, especially with ip68* *I may be biased on that point, having just potentially lost my Nokia 7+ to a toilet incident :(

plewis00

I think it also looks like an ugly black strip on the back of the phone. But it's marketing like you say. I'm sure it's good but not worth over twice the price of the A8 you've found here, I'd have the A8 at this price - I think it launched at £399 but £228 new is a bit of a steal.

jazzuk777

I stand corrected! Can't see the point of the 5mp sensor, they could have used either the wide angle or the Tele to double up for that. Does seem suspicious like so they can say we have more cameras....

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus G965FD Dual Sim 4G 64GB with 3D Curved (Black Edge) - Coral Blue £536.92 eGlobal central
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Posted the deal S9 Plus 64GB Dual Sim - Sunrise Gold for £542 from WowCamera the other day. So browsing on eGlobal today noticed in the mega clearance this S9 Plus Coral Blue mode… Read more
brooklynbrawler

Here's my experience; The good * The phone arrived in 2 days * It was already set up for UK Market * It was a genuine handset and brand new * It was the cheapest handset available The bad * My handset developed a fault * eGlobal Central agreed to inspect it (and repair if they felt fit) - but advised that it would take 6 weeks to get it back to me * They would not budge on this - and lets be honest, no one can live without their handset for 6 weeks nowadays. From my perspective, the warranty provided by them is as good as worthless. -> However, Samsung UK agreed to inspect and repair / replace the handset due to being a manufacturing fault. Samsung saved the day for me; so in summary - yes its a good deal. Yes its a good retailer from the delivery perspective. Conversely; good luck if you have any problems with your handset. It is really down to the discretion of the manufacturer and the type of fault as to whether they will honour an international warranty that isn't necessarily valid in the UK.

plumberman56

are eGlobal safe? never used them before . Thanks

HugoLuca

It a double listing, i edited when in moderation (before they publish posts) and for some reason the edit produced 2 listings from myself - which i might add the moderator i assume re-calculated the price incorrectly :{ Double listings are usually not liked on hotukdeals.

DominikB

Anyone can explain why the flagship smartphone from a leading manufacturer, priced below most other deals of this type gets - 3°?

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus G965FD Dual Sim 4G 64GB with 3D Curved (Black Edge) - Coral Blue £533.83  eGlobal central
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Posted the deal S9 Plus 64GB Dual Sim - Sunrise Gold for £542 from WowCamera the other day. So browsing on eGlobal today noticed in the mega clearance this S9 Plus Coral Blue mode… Read more
TheUser123

Also did they ask for proof of purchase or anything as such?

HPMan

Can you tell me the fault please?

brooklynbrawler

Here's my experience; The good * The phone arrived in 2 days * It was already set up for UK Market * It was a genuine handset and brand new * It was the cheapest handset available The bad * My handset developed a fault * eGlobal Central agreed to inspect it (and repair if they felt fit) - but advised that it would take 6 weeks to get it back to me * They would not budge on this - and lets be honest, no one can live without their handset for 6 weeks nowadays. From my perspective, the warranty provided by them is as good as worthless. -> However, Samsung UK agreed to inspect and repair / replace the handset due to being a manufacturing fault. Samsung saved the day for me; so in summary - yes its a good deal. Yes its a good retailer from the delivery perspective. Conversely; good luck if you have any problems with your handset. It is really down to the discretion of the manufacturer and the type of fault as to whether they will honour an international warranty that isn't necessarily valid in the UK.

jayjay266

Google is your friend :) https://www.techradar.com/news/samsung-galaxy-note-9-vs-samsung-galaxy-s9-plus

HugoLuca

Hi. I've bought camera and phones over many years now and then and have never been let down come end - you won't get the communication of Amazon and will probably have a longer delivery wait, though savings are worth a time wait extra. £507.99 should be your end price after using code and a later cashback deposit if you use Quidco.

Nokia 7 plus 4gb/64gb Dual Sim Sim Free/Unlocked - White/Black £234/£240 @ eGlobal central
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Good price this, but I prefer the white, as that is what my partner has, and they love it, very good price, and apart from the EU plug, this will work right out the box, as it incl… Read more
mcbain

Thanks. I bought my wife a Nokia 8 last Christmas. It's a cracking good phone. My LG g4 is getting a little long in the tooth... Will see what happens to prices when the 9 or whatever its called is released

Mrswitch

In everyday use in my opinion, the Nokia 8 will be quicker, in reality, you wouldn't notice the difference.

mcbain

I've tried to compare but my simple mind can't fathom.. Is this better or worse than the Nokia 8?

bigwheels

If you sign up to lots of spam emails ??? they give £10 discount. Make up a yahoo account to only use once for discount.

bitcoin5

+1 on the "also available in white" (y)

Nokia 7 Plus 6 inch Sim-free Unlocked 64 GB Smartphone New other £229.99 @ Techsave2006 - Ebay
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I've personally had four phones from these, all described in this way, and have all come fully boxed, as new with all accessories. Had no issues at all, even returned one as it di… Read more
the_ghost

30 day returns sod that if its been refurbed once it probably has an issue or two

steve765

Ok thanks. 30 day returns only. It’s likely any problems will happen after that...

Mrswitch

Yes, all were mint like new condition

steve765

I know these are Grade A quality refurbished phones but has anyone had a phone from them and what was the condition/quality like???

Horrorwood

The seller is actually https://www.exertis.co.uk/ - they supply pretty much everyone with electronics. If you buy online from a lot of big names then it is exertis that actually send you it.

Xiaomi Pocophone F1 6GB/64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Blue £238.99 w/code @ Toby Deals
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Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
Again price is for blue, ‘clearance’ and if you get TopCashback you’re looking at £23, which isn’t much more than original launch price
Kensirstagwaff

Pocophone or Toby Deals? The phone seems to be pretty much approved of, though there are some issues which some people consider off-putting. The possible error people are making is comparing it to flagships- it isn’t, but seemingly quite close to that level for a fraction of the cost, and flagships can have superfluous features, so why pay for them? If you compare it to phones in its price segment it’s certainly value for money. Toby Deals, like a lot of internet merchants has a vocal amount of critics but probably a silent majority who have no problems . If you buy from them or eGlobal they are more expensive than Aliexpress(at least for this) but with minimal risk of customs/vat. So how lucky do you feel?

mx_phreek

Are they any good these?

Kensirstagwaff

The code is still active for me but the price has gone up by £2.

DanHandy

code expired i think.

tungle106

That's what I'm waiting for too But unlikely it will let u have SD card, so a deal breaker for me ;(

Samsung Galaxy S9 Dual Sim - £445.61 @ Amazon.it
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Lilac Purple 64GB £445.61 when paying in euros with fee free card using mastercard exchange rate, or its £462.82
Muqy

Is there a way to avoid the 22eur delivery charge? I'm sure I'm being stupid here but can't seem to find a way

trickytree1984

Lol

tazg101

It’s true though. I have a Samsung s8 btw.

tchau

Gotta be a troll! Apple products are the most overpriced products. This is half the price lol

HellriderUKDeals69

Had too many drinks?

Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro 4GB/64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black - eGlobal
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Seems a cheap price for the 4GB/64GB version, finally upgrading my Note 4! Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro mobile features a 6.26" (15.9 cm) display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2… Read more
yadiyada

Does anyone know how to stop Google Maps working on the lock screen? I just want it to work like normal apps (in particular, because app overlays don't work on the lock screen - so TomTom alerts only works with Google Maps when the phone is unlocked) Thank you :)

tightpants

(y)

badboyofrock

Haha! No idea, I'll edit!

tightpants

What on earth does this mean?

mattygc2004

B20 suggests global version

Motorola Moto G6 Silver 5.7" 32GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free £189 @ Appliances Direct
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Another good price here from appliances Cashback is available as always. Unlocked & SIM Free 4G Ready for ultra fast network speeds Ultra-sharp dual 12 + 5 Megapixel rear … Read more
Mrswitch

I never said it was.

RickDoyle

It's nearly £200. It's hardly cheap!

Uridium

Xiaomi MIUI phones also support full screen gestures instead of on-screen softkeys, even with a 3rd party launcher (I use Nova) Work brilliantly Just Sayin......

dealcatcherer

I have... I am just not too savvy on how to change an entire rom and a bit worried to lose the moto gestures... The moto features such as the no buttons at the bottom all done via the finger print system... I cannot live without now... It is so much better...

bitcoin5

Have you thought about flashing it with Android 9 PieFace custom rom, give it that lean & clean feel again! (y)

Grade A Honor 9 Lite Grey 5.65" 32GB 4G Dual SIM Unlocked & SIM Free £89.97 @ Appliances direct
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Crazy money for such a capable phone, grade A at this price point is stupid. Unlocked & SIM Free 4G Ready for ultra fast network speeds Ultra-sharp dual 13 + 2 Megapixel rear… Read more
Zim1

Cancelled too..!

RiverDragon8

I thought it was a bit iffy when they didn't upload any pictures of the phone on their site. I would still buy from them though, ;) if it's a good deal.

northbank1886

Seems like we all have been stitched up (mad)

kris1234

live chat disconnected few times every time asked for similar item. will avoid in the future.

Mrswitch

Insert C word here Sorry people

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