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£4 off Deliveroo,  ITV's this morning live Free ticket, Win a google Pixel 3 phone @ WUNTU (THREE)
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Deliveroo - £4 Deliveroo credit – Wk 17-18 – Long T&Cs: 1. Promotion dates: 24.04.19 – 07.05.19 2. Code expires: 07.05.19 at 23:55 3. £4 off your first Deliveroo order. Vali… Read more
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Source: Facebook wuntu Android BETA community group "Hi everyone, I wanted to introduce myself and provide an update on the direction that Three is taking wuntu. There has been some ongoing discontent and we haven’t been great at addressing it. That changes today. My job at Three is Head of Product Development for Offers & Rewards. wuntu is my product and I was involved from the very first day in shaping the idea that ultimately became wuntu. My role involves coming up with the future direction for wuntu, and like any business, ensuring that wuntu is a commercially viable product. I wanted to take some time today to address a few outstanding complaints that the beta community has had with wuntu and explain why we have chosen to go in a direction that not everybody is on-board with. As members of our beta community, you have all helped to create wuntu, and your input and feedback is invaluable. However, there are a multitude of reasons why we can’t always implement your requests. These can be due to technical limitations or that quite simply, as a business, we would not see the appropriate return on our investment. We also have to be clear that as members of this community, you are in a privileged position to receive previews of upcoming functionality and at times, sensitive business information. Our community manager does a fantastic job of gathering this feedback and curating this community that we have built, but I need to stress that your involvement here is entirely at our discretion. We do not and will never accept abuse towards our team. Everybody who works on creating wuntu are real people who work hard to deliver what they believe will be good for our customers and good for Three. We will not continue to include individuals whose contributions are neither constructive nor well-intentioned. We do and will always welcome constructive, honest feedback – but if your continued participation in this community is simply to call our people, our products, or our services “shit”, “worthless” or simply “ (poo) (poo) (poo) ”, I can only encourage you to find another channel to express these views . With that out of the way, I wanted to address a few themes that we’ve detected over the last few months. "Where’s my cheap pizza? Where’s my free coffee?" To put it simply, we tried to make these freebies sustainable, but as a business, it hasn’t worked for us. Therefore, the decision was made to discontinue them. They will not be coming back and do not form a key part of our future strategy for wuntu. To go into a bit more detail, our research showed us that these types of offers were doing more harm than good. When we provided discount Domino’s pizza or free Costa coffee, we were paying those suppliers for their products. As the number of customers using wuntu grew, the cost to supply these offers also grew. To manage this cost, we were forced to implement caps on the volume of vouchers. This meant that proportionally, fewer and fewer people were able to take part in the offer. These offers were also subject to a significant amount of abuse by wuntu users. We would be sent photos of customers turning up to Domino’s shops with ten phones, with ten, free, PAYG SIMs in them, claiming ten free pizzas at a time. A Costa store once emailed us a scan of a receipt which showed a single user had redeemed 45 ‘free coffee’ gift cards on a single transaction to buy the store out of chocolate brownies. Another individual was identified to be re-selling our Cineworld codes (at a profit) on ebay – up to 500 codes every week that we ran the offer. Ultimately, these free offers were not delivering a positive experience for our customers, nor our partners. The majority of customers missed out on the freebie and our partners began to dread ‘wuntu days’ as the overhead of dealing with frequent abuse of the offers far outweighed any benefit from extra visits. Something had to change. "wuntu sucks, you never have anything near me!" The UK is a diverse and distributed country, as many people live in rural villages as live in Greater London. However, for a platform like wuntu, it is impossible for us to ensure that every user has something within a 2-5 mile radius. We try to focus our offers on physical locations in the 16 cities and metropolitan areas that have the highest concentration of Three customers. While this serves around 90% of our users very well, if you are in the 10% you may feel left out. This is unfortunate, but unavoidable and not something that we are looking to change. This is why we also publish offers and discounts for online stores, subscription services and more, to provide discounts to people who may not have a physical retail partner near them. We also plan to significantly expand our selection of these offers in the second part of this year. "Why can’t I use wuntu on my tablet or my older phone?" The vast majority of our customers on Three are mobile handset customers. While tablets make up a proportion of our business, it is a small one. We do not actively block users from using wuntu on tablets (for example, we make the app available to tablet users on the iOS App Store and on Google Play), but we also do not do any specific testing to ensure the experience is seamless. There are also other considerations that will affect how we serve tablet customers. We use SMS verification to validate whether or not a user is a Three customer. iPads do not support SMS, nor do WiFi tablets connected to a portable MiFi unit. These are not restrictions we are in control of, and it would require substantial re-work of our registration and authentication journeys to provide full support for tablets. This is simply not justified for the small volume of users which are affected. With regards to us dropping support for older versions of Android or iOS, we only ever do this if it is absolutely necessary. Examples of why might do this include wanting to take advantage of features on new operating systems that do not have an equivalent on older versions, and security standards. Specifically, for one user who wants us to support wuntu on their Android 4.4.1 device, that version of Android is no longer supported by Google and does not support modern security protocols. We made a decision to drop support of this outdated version of Android so that the majority of wuntu users could be offered a more secure experience. This is not just something we consider a moral obligation, but is also a legal one. "OK, so what are you doing about all of this?" The way we’re shaping wuntu has now shifted to providing users with a range of membership-style discounts that are truly unlimited. This does mean no more regular freebies, and it does mean that wuntu users will need to pay some money with our partners to enjoy the discounts. However, this model means that everybody can take advantage of them. There are no limits on how many coupons can be given out, and in many cases, there are no limits on how frequently a user can redeem them. The first partnership of this sort has just launched with Dine. Dine gives users access to over 5,000 restaurants, all with a significant discount on them. This instantly multiplied our number of participating wuntu locations by a factor of 5. Dine also focuses on smaller, independent, outlets which are more likely to be in smaller towns. This helps us provide more outlets for users who aren’t in the 16 focus geographies I mentioned earlier. Our research tells us that on average the saving with Dine per meal is around £14, and that saving can be enjoyed day after day after day (although most people only eat out 1-2 times per week). We’ve also covered the cost of the annual membership (worth £49.99) for every wuntu user. This means that rather than saving £2-3 on coffee every other week, customers could save nearly £30 per week, every week. This model is also financially sustainable for both us and our partners, and unable to be abused – you can’t get even more of a discount by having more phones or SIM cards. "What next?" Food & Drink is the first category we have launched this style of partnership in. We have been listening and as such we’re actively reviewing a number of partners that can provide similar schemes in categories like theatre, attractions and yes – even cinema. However, if you are longing for the days of free coffee and pizza, those days have gone and they’re not coming back. If these are the only reasons that you have used wuntu and been a member of this community, we genuinely appreciate your contributions to date but you may decide that this is no longer the app for you, and that’s OK. I’d be happy to answer any follow-up questions you have and provide a bit more background on the thinking behind these decisions but please appreciate that due to sensitivities around business information I may not be able to answer fully or answer at all. Thank you for your continued support."


I deleted that app ages ago. Got one are the days where all the good things were free like free Bella Italia up to £15, free dominoes, free costa, free Latinas, etc... now it's crap


I would believe it but they still had costa codes and dominos codes left even after people that did that, so can't see that being the reason, unless someone has a link to this facebook announcement.

Apple iPhone 7 128GB Rose/Black Unlocked + 12 Month Warranty & In Very Good Condition £209.99 @ XS Items Ebay
Found 9 h, 54 m agoFound 9 h, 54 m ago
Prices have just been reduced since the ebay code, including this. 128gb in black or rose gold Unlocked for £209.99, excellent deal in my opinion. WARRANTY : If a manufacturi… Read more

Bought one last week off Ebay for £195 same specs very good condition. Received in good working order, hardly any scratches or dents, well pleased.


Nope nor would anyone who has to work for yer £ dough but a few champagne Charlie's about that probably would




Apart from ebay, try a site called compare and recycle, or, handtec in my experience offer competitive prices as well.


Thanks mrswitch Ordered black one to replace wifey's rose gold iphone se which degraded quickly to 86% battery from new in 1.5 years. Any suggestions on where to sell old iphones to get best price.

Jade Green - Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 6GB ram 128GB 4G Dual Sim Global Version £349.99 @ Eglobal Central
Found 15 h, 48 m agoFound 15 h, 48 m ago
First the disclaimer ;) : Virtually no warranty with eglobal, they may have stock issues(they've been known to still advertise Oos items) no customs, no communication, no custom… Read more



I have the green one and it's very nice in person. Very different from the other colours and what you see everyone else carrying around. But...


To make everyone aware, this comes with a wireless charging pad out of the box which is a nice touch. Heat added.


Good buyers don't buy on impulse...they play the waity, waity game ... and move swiftly once suitable prey is detected (That said, I'm known for my irrepressible impulses and appetites)


Waiting for a phone deal with as many of my boxes ticked as possible. Had a £450 unexpected car expense at the start of the month, which didn't help, otherwise I'd probably have impulsively bought a Pixel 3 over the weekend lol

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Samsung Galaxy A50 Smartphone (6.4") 128GB Internal Memory, 4GB RAM) - German Version, White £262 (£249 Fee Free Card) @ Amazon Germany
Found 16 h, 17 m agoFound 16 h, 17 m ago
If you had your eye on one of these awesome bit of kit, and didn't want to import from China etc, then this is the next best price to the absolute best in the UK, which is Clove at… Read more

Looks a reat phone and price. Shame it's so big, ~5.4" would be perfect.


Got one Today. Lovely phone.


Good evening Mr Switch. (y)


Evening nish :)


(y) :)

Refurbished Samsung Galaxy S8 + Plus SM-G955F 64GB Smartphone Mobile Grey/Black Unlocked/O2 £239.99 @  xsitems_ltd  Ebay
Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
Condition: Seller refurbished : Seller notes: “TESTING: We have tested this item and can confirm that it is in full working order. This item has been restored back to its factory … Read more
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An extra 40 quid gets you an S9 from the same seller


Don't really like XSitems. I got a phone in "very good" conditon from them, but it had too many cosmetic imperfections for me to describe it as very good. Especially considering I had bought 2 phones in "very good' condition from music magpie beforehand and they were like new. They had also only packaged it in a packaging air bag inside a jiffy bag instead of a box.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB good condition 12mo warranty £278.95 @ jdstore ebay
Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
12 months warranty Good condition Various colours available 99.9% store feedback. Also includes data cable

Try this link and search if there's any


Same company as this post wjd-store Was an auction listing - 10% and tcb, hopefully a few nectar points too. They seem to finish between £290 and £330, I think the sun kept people off ebay and I got luckly lol.


That was a good price. Was it from a person or company


I was holding out for 4gadgets to do some easter offer but they reduced the £15 code to £10. Not much of an offer. Ended up paying £259ish on ebay for a s9+ 128gb vs £339 at 4gadgets so i'm glad I held out (as long as it comes good condition)


Its grade good as per the listing. Thanks

Samsung Galaxy Tab A LTE 2019(?) 10.1 SM-T515 32GB UK Version - Amazon for £239
Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Is this another new one? Looks to have a slim(er) bezel than the older Tab A? GSM Arena suggests this is new - Galaxy Tab A 2019 Another long wait from Amazon - out of stock at… Read more

Sorry i missed that, the lowest the 10.5 has been was 194, theres a 10% deal on Ebay just now not sure if theres any Tabs on it though.


There are two listed in this thread. The 2019 WiFi version is £189 -


The one listed above is 238 the link i sent you is 217 ?


Thanks - I realise it's 3Gb and larger display but that's £28 more than the newer WiFi model listed above?



Very Good Condition Huawei Mate 10 Pro - 128GB - Titanium Grey (Vodafone) Smartphone  £215.99 @ Music Magpie Ebay
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Very good price for a very good condition, and very good in general phone. I currently have Quidco for ebay purchases showing at 7.5%, So maybe worth a check. Item Description: … Read more

Likewise. I've owned mine for 13 months. I have noticed the battery life to not be as good as it once was - but it's still very good and lasts me through the day. Of course, I have to take into account natural battery degradation over time, as is typical with all phones. Performance is as good as day 1 - never experienced any slowdowns. The fastest phone I've owned. Although I don't use the feature much, but Wireless projection/Easy projection (use the phone as a desktop computer, similar to Samsung DeX), is excellent.


Great piece of kit. 1 Year later I'm still impressed, if you are on the fence, definitely get it. Great battery life, fantastic camera and overall performance.


Remember this DOES have NFC, but not wireless charging ;) Use Google Pay all the time. In fact I'd say about 95% of all my card transactions are made using my Mate 10 Pro. Never carry cash any more.


Ah...thanks. That together with NFC is a deal breaker for me. Seems a great phone still.


Hmm. Quite often I notice a portion of last frame is not saved. I see it on screen, I make a pause to ensure it's not because of not enough time to process, but edge of the frame is still missed. Also, the other day - sea line in panorama gets 'cut'/deduped - is it because software thinks it looks the same or what. Then I get this: (that's nowhere near 180 with boats in the sea)

Huawei P20 - 128GB - Black - Refurb - Very Good Condition - £216 with PRO10 code @ eBay / musicmagpie
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
I think it is a good price for a non Pro version P20. It is in 'Very Good condition' refurb with 12 months warranty. It says its locked to Vodafone but you can find unlock codes on… Read more

Pro is phablet-sized, oled screen, bigger battery, 1 more camera on back - roughly like Samsung S9 and S9+


The phone appears to be Network locked? Anyone know how to unlock the P20?


It is a good price but anyone else feel Huawei phones just depreciate so quickly? Dread to think what P30 handsets will be worth next year. iPhones and Galaxy handsets don't typically do this quite as bad.


What's the difference between this and the Pro?


at checkout, scroll down, you will find 'Add Vouchers'

Huawei P30 lite 6GB/128GB Dual sim - Black Smartphone £224.19 @ Eglobal Central
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
No band 20, probably no customs, no customer service, no communication, a possible long wait, possibly stock issues and no warranty, all things to bare in mind before your purchase… Read more

Haha, yeah it's hard to keep abreast of the 1000 phones released per mot h, I like to hope I have my finger on that button, but it's even a struggle for me half the time. :)


I just gave up trying to discern between these mid range phones and got myself a poco and the Mother a Y6 2018


By the time I realised eGlobal were stringing me along unfortunately the 6 month window that PayPal gave you (at the time) had expired by a few days. Because I'm a trusting soul, some may call it naive, I genuinely thought they were repairing my phone, or arranging the repair at least... of course they were doing nothing of the sort and had no intention of doing so


Couldn't agree with you more, the honor 10 lite/p smart 2019 are better vfm :)


Hot for the ram

Argos Smartphone Refurbished Reductions - Samsung Galaxy Note 9 £486.99 / S9 £388.99 / IPhone X £555.99 + More
Refreshed 19th AprRefreshed 19th Apr
Some cracking prices below all refurbished with a 12 month warranty from argos. Samsung galaxy s9 £388.99… Read more
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Mine has been dispatched... Please can people report back what their condition is when they received it and if it came in the original box. Thanks


if you use a decent screen protector, you'll not lose any pixels... stops them falling off.


Exactly ! at work I luv a bit of iphone banter


Lol, if you check the link, it’s in percentages of initial value, is iPhone looses 30% while a pixel looses 70%, it doesn’t matter if the initial value was inflated artificially or it was because of quality, it just shows that those phones devalue faster (like any non qualitative product)


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Xiaomi Mi 9 SE- Smartphone - 6 GB RAM, 64 GB £318 + 2 Year Warranty (£306 Fee Free) @ Amazon Spain
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
It's at amazon Spain now, you be the judge whether it's a good price. To get the £306 you will need to pay with a fee free card, Halifax clarity etc, and pay in euros. Functions… Read more

Yeah, there are some definite bargains if you are willing to buy a grey import, some aren't though.


You can buy this phone for £240-250 direct from China. Im going to wait a few months when this will hopefully go down to about £200 and then im in. It has the same 48MP Sony Lens camera as the Redmi Note 7 Pro, however it also has an AMOLED screen, has NFC, Band 20, and in my opinion looks a bit better.


I personally like a smaller form factor in phones, and although like my Sony xz1c I'd like something a little larger with smaller bezels. I've read something about the MI's not showing notifications in the status bar, is this a common thing with xiaomi? I think I'd miss that and seems off in an android phone that they'd do that. But other than that , these look an interesting prospect for me. And is the se available from a UK seller as can't seem to find any. Any opinions welcome Tia.


Love xiaomi but mi9 is far better vaule now if se was £250 would be a steal


Completely agree, true it's not an 855 but my understanding is that the 712 is still a bit of a beast. I doubt most people will notice any difference in everyday use.

OnePlus 6 Smartphone 6GB RAM, 64GB £356 (£340. 63 With A Fee A Fee Free Card) @ Amazon Italy
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Excellent price if you can live with 64gb,which I could personally, no expandable storage. To get the best price log in with your uk log in details, and pay with a fee free card, … Read more

No problem mate :)


Thanks for the deal. One of the best phones for 2/3 it's original price. Pocophone is around £250 and this is only £90 for all the extra features. Thanks Mrswitch!


Wish I could answer, had Mix 3 on my basket a couple of times in last few days but didn't pull the trigger in the end, despite Ebay code/M&S voucher on Ebuyer site. Monthly repayment plan on PayPal credit was bit high for my liking, Close Bros on Ebuyer offered better terms by paying deposit but I don't think I was eligible. Anyway, I finally decided to exercise restraint , hoping to bag it later in the year, maybe from China. I have that phone in high regard, based on what I've read, from you among others. I also think it'd be the perfect reason for selling my Mix 2. Regarding XZ3, I can't disguise it's apple of my eye after loving XZ2 so much I got two. Waiting for deal, but not in a hurry either. I think it all depends on price. At same price point I'd go Sony but as Ebuyer deal shows, with Xiaomi that is unlikely to happen.


Yeah, possibly me (lol) In your opinion, which is the better phone, the xperia xz3, or the Xiaomi mix 3? Just your opinion, I have my own, I want an outside answer.


The People has ultimately the Power to send it to 1,000°+ Sometimes difficult to understand why it doesn't wield it. This is a BRAND NEW 1+6! (By the way, very pleased with Amazon IT)

New Samsung Galaxy S9 Smartphone, Black, 64 GB Dual Sim £399 (£383 Fee Free Card) @ Amazon Italy
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Amazing price if paying with a revolut card, starling card, Halifax clarity etc, and toggle the currency at checkout to euros. Only 3 available at this price though sadly.. Just … Read more

You're a consumer. You haven't worked in that industry. Keep swallowing the marketing hype.


Everything else though on that phone (annoyed)


Hmm S10 screen 550 ppi, my almost 2 year old Sony phone 801 ppi.


Samsung fold is not meant for the average consumer and is a niche product ..


Hey what about the amazing Samsung Fold, I hear it's a cracking phone? Oh hold on it cracks. And it's good for storing 5p coins and fluff in the gap. The Sony Xperia 1 will blow any Samsung out of the water when it's released.

BRAND NEW Huawei P20 128GB £269.99 + £10 Top Up / Huawei P20 Pro £429.99 + Top Up at Three
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Link to P20 Pro (two colours):
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Seems in stock now but it isn't the P20 Pro like I first thought.


I rang up and the regular P20 stock is indeed gone. I don't know about instore.


Top stuff need to decide if i should stick to a £200 budget or pay £450ish as I would like a good camera tbh (confused)


3 network phones are supplied unlocked to any network


Three don’t lock phones

Samsung Note 9 £431.99 & S9 £260 Used Good / Google Pixel 32GB £89.99 / Sony Xz3 £281 All Used Good + More @ XS Items Ebay
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
All items are utilising today's eBay code, and all items are in used good condition unless stated otherwise, hopefully helps someone make a smartphone buying choice. Moto G6 £… Read more

Now the same sort of comment lol


(lol) posted same seller


Lol, same one as me, great minds and all that ;)


Here is A seller on eBay O2 Unlock code



Samsung Galaxy A50 6GB/128GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - White £222.99 @ Eglobal Central
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Good price for this sought after Samsung. No customer service, no warranty, no communication, a possible long wait, possible stock issues no customs generally. Samsung Galaxy A50… Read more

I have bought at least 6 phones including 2 galaxy note 9 from eglobal and never have I ever had any issues with them


(lol) Eglobal actually looks less evil (shock)


That's ebuyer on the left, eglobal on the right (lol)


(lol) (lol) (lol)


ebuyer are the UK equivalent of eglobal (lol)

Huawei P20 Pro - 128GB - Black (Vodafone) Smartphone  In Good Condition £288 @ Music Magpie Ebay
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
4 available Good - This product will show signs of wear and tear, the item has been fully tested, restored to factory settings and is in excellent working order. You're getting … Read more

That's good news the, thanks


Bought this last time was on sale at this price, on the phone there was tiny little scratch on the screen couple mm long, rest of the phone was perfect, I bought a good condition one.

New Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 £345 / Honor 10 £249 / Moto One £191 @ Ebuyer Express Ebay
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
3 excellent prices using today code found by @Chanchi32 New Xiaomi mi mix 3 £345… Read more

Lol no problem Mrs 2110 :D


Thank you as always Mrs Witch...... Lol


Two very easy transaction with two smartphones, currently waiting on my third to arrive. Both came within 10 days, however don't expect much in the way of communication, and sometimes they advertise stock that isn't actually in stock, I'd message them beforehand to ask.


Your personal experience of eglobal?


Out of those three the pocophone, maybe also consider the Samsung A50, though you'd have to get it from eglobal on your budget, maybe the honor play from argos for £199, excellent phone with last years flagship processor from Huawei.

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