I signed up to the same deal as this back at the end of April. I had trouble with my first redemption but, I have to say, the Fonehouse customer service was excellent. I phoned them up and got through very quickly and the girl on the phone talked me through the process to see what the problem was - turned out, the problem was me! When I registered I had inexplicably put down the wrong Date of Birth so when I tried to enter the correct details on the claim form it didn't recognise me as a customer. In the end the girl on the phone put the claim through manually for me and it worked. I would 100% use this company again
are they doing esims? because unfortunately I got the Pixel 4a phone...
Actually not sure I'd get a 12 month contract I'm an unemployed reprebate (lol)
Thanks. Subscribed to 80Gb, £20/month deal. Fairly happy with the deal, being EE. The card security they use on the site is ridiculously low spec. Obviously, there's no credit check, being 30 day renewable. However, I had to enter my details sooooo many times, I used the lowest default requirements (from 5+ years ago): 1st 3 letters of first name, & same again for a surname. Just 1st parts to postcode, as address. And, worked immediately. Thankfully, I used my Revolut Burner card, that gets renewed after each use, just in case. That's wide open to abuse. Anyone wanting ref code for a promo with TTMM, or £50 introduction code to Revolut, inbox me.
Just seen your post on another thread talking about needing 60+gb, maybe To The Moon is your best shot: https://tothemoonmobile.com/#bundles
IMO the 1 Month Rolling ID Mobile deal (£8 a month for 15GB) is a better option, just because no faff with Cashback. (lol) Good deal none the less! (y)
I got 30 GB for £10 for my 2 contracts just the other day direct. Took quite a bit of haggling
Looks like a good deal, but check coverage in your area prefably before you sign up. Plenty of posts here saying how bad 3 signal is in their area.. and before you say well every carrier gets negative posts, 3 seems to be an exception with a mountain of them!.
Can go through TCB and get same deal for £8 pm then £27.20 cashback making it £5.73 pm. Not voting either way
Can you tell me more about your setup ? I am thinking about soething similar, but the jargon beats me ! Esp the VOIP options too
Been using this in Manchester in the Cheetham Hill area on a Sony Xperia 1 Mark 2 and it's abysmal. Barely managing 2 bars of connection and can't even sustain 3G+ let alone RG or LTE+ and 5G. Speaking with Three at the moment but will call Fonehouse today instead. Sim was ordered on Wednesday night, dispatched Thursday, arrived Monday; but they didn't even start the number transfer until Monday either. Disappointed at the moment but just my experience.
I work in Soho and barely get a 4G signal, let alone 5G, unfortunately
According to this your router supports VoLTE but with no RJ11 port what's the benefit of it? Otherwise they are pretty much on par. You got a cracking deal Huawei 5G CPE Pro vs ZTE MC801 Also what are people doing for inbound\outbound landline calls? I opted for Andrews and Arnolds to port my number to VOIP for a cost of £1.20 a month and use VOIPBlazer's unlimited UK landline and mobile calls for £2.50 a month. Only downside is that I have to use a VPN due to CGNAT causing issues, but minor inconvenience. Any better setup or deals out there?
ZTE MC 801 bought it last year on eBay
Posted 28th Sep 2020Posted 28th Sep 2020
Vodafone Unlimited 5GB Data (5G) Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts £23/12mth + £144 cashback at Fonehouse£276
Vodafone More info 5GB Data (5G) Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts 12 Month Vodafone New Contract vodafone Auto cashback Monthly Cost £15.50 per month Before cashback: £23.00 … Read more
Oh they are (for what they can deliver), but they are disgusting for advertising products that are limited to 2Mbps & 10Mbps as "unlimited" and "5G" when clearly they are limited & 3G is capable of delivering more speed. I have yet to hear any reasonable suggestion why anyone would have a use for an 'unlimited data' sim that can only get 2Mbps - a limited data sim for less money would surely suffice (you are not gooing to use 30GB/mth at 2Mbps). I am on Vodafone - IMHO they are second best only to EE for service, but hate their marketing practices & CS. Prices are very good with 3rd party redmption cashback deals.
Really, I've found them much better than Three!
Vodafone boasting that it is unlimited speed 5G as opposed to '2Mbps poor 3G speeds masquerading as 5G'. Bit like a shop advertising a genuine handbag - would suggest they know they must sell a lot of fakes! Bad luck OP. Thanks for trying.
OP made a mistake. Thought it was unlimited 5g, not 5gb
Indeed. I signed up for a Vodafone 100GB deal just 2 weeks ago with an effective price of £8 per month for a year.
Posted 31st Mar 2020Posted 31st Mar 2020
Vodafone Unlimited Data (5G) (2mbps max) Sim-only unlim mins / texts £24 p/m 12 months £288 @ fonehouse.co.uk - £144 Cashback by redemption£288 Free P&P Free
Vodafone - unlimited data, 2mbps max speed (5G) with unlimited calls and texts. £24.00 before cashback, £12 after a total of 5 cashback claims totalling £144, bringing the yearly… Read more
While if you achieved maximum speed for every minute of every day you could download in theory an impressive 624gb. I'm trying to work out who would want this? I suppose for emails, web browsing and the occasional YouTube video this would be fine. However. someone who uses their phone like that would probably be better off with a 8gb package for less.
more to the point what's the point of a 5G plan if your area/ city doesn't even have 5G or your hardware/phone isn't capable of using it ie it doesn't support 5G
Seems like a good deal to me. But yeah, HUKD is a really poor platform in terms of actually raising good deals for people's attentions. There's little rhyme or reason as to what goes hot or not, and any comment about that gets shouted down by the blinkered fanatics. That aside, is now actually a really bad time to be entering into a phone contract? I am due to renew, and it seems 5G is imminent, if not already here, and there's one or two phones able to make use - and they're commanding a premium. Better to be on PAYG for a couple of months until new handsets are released and more networks are offering 5G?
Valid point regarding the hassle of claiming cashback. Informative and noted for future. Many thanks.
Hope for you this deal doesn't get popular now, cos this comment alone would draw a whole lot of chill :D
It says in the screen shot 5G 2 year contract ,but isn't the phone provided only capable of 4G?
Don't get me wrong it's tempting but unless it's instant cashback this deal will get voted down very quickly. The process of claiming cashback is a bit of a ball ache and you have to be rigorous in your time keeping to make most of the deal. It also doesn't help that 5gb data is pretty bad for 44pm.. During black Friday they had 80gb deals on with contracts starting at 37pm with 240 cashback. I would advise anyone wanting a new phone even with Huawei American issues that you wait till black Friday if you are quick enough you'll get a scorcher of a deal.
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Posted 10th Jul 2019Posted 10th Jul 2019
12 Month Vodafone Sim Only: Unlimited Data, Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts. 5G: £26 Per Month + £132 cashback by Redemption at Fonehouse£468
12 Month Vodafone Sim Only: Unlimited Data, Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts. 5G: £15 Per Month With Redemption. Maximum Data Speeds of 10Mbps. Cashback Paid out by Fonehouse ov… Read more
This deal is live again Here is the link
They were on the website for about an hour this morning. But then all the Vodafone sim only deals were removed. I also checked mobile phones direct and mobiles.co.uk as they usually have similar deals but no
How do you find these?
Agreed limited amount of people will have one But £17 for unlimited data and Spotify. Doesn't really matter if you never use the 5g. I am on Vodafone 4g and can get anywhere between 120 and 90mbps downloads
What u mean? Some ppl will have yes but it won't be many. Many are getting it cause can use with 4g and its 5g ready.
Posted 23rd Nov 2018Posted 23rd Nov 2018
iPhone XR (64GB) - 80GB data, unlt mins and texts, free phone £29/month (Vodafone) @ FoneHouse
Cheapest deal I can see for no upfront on the new iPhone XR (y) Claimable cashback reduces monthly tariff to £29/month. Includes 'entertainment subscription' (Spotify?), and r… Read more
That’s exactly where I am right now. I’m keeping my eyes open in case of a really good deal on a 12 but will most likely wait and make a decision when 13 is announced and the price for 12 drops
Won’t these come right down in 2 months when the 13 comes out? I need a new phone but gonna hang out till then. I can’t see the 13 being a major upgrade but when I see the specs I’ll decide if I get a 13 or a 12 at a lower price.
There isn’t many deals out there atm, not sure if it’s chip shortage causing it. I bit yesterday and went for: iPhone 12 128gb 02 £35 per month (inc. VAT)+ Unlimited Minutes+ Unlimited Texts+ 120GB Data+ 24 Month Contract £150 upfront
Do you think you’re equally intelligent slagging off the people slagging off Three? (cheeky)
Sheesh. There’s always (at least) one muppet thinking they’re clever slagging off three. Works great for me where I live, whereas ee and vids don’t. (O2 is fine also)
£20 off up front Costs on Three Handset Contracts @ Fonehouse
Make Big Mobile Savings with fonehouse Cashback
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fonehouse doesn't regularly offer discount codes for customers to redeem. But just because it isn’t so easy to get your hands on a fonehouse voucher code, doesn’t mean you can’t save money when shopping online. fonehouse relies mainly on cashback and money-off promotions to cut the cost of mobile phone purchases. For those who aren't familiar with fonehouse cashback, the details are fairly simple:
When customers start a contract with cashback included, they will "earn" back a specific amount from the price of their contract.
Essentially cutting the cost of the product, you don't receive the money itself.
Instead, the cashback is subtracted from the cost of the contract, so it's not like conventional cashback offers.
Making a Purchase from fonehouse
Shopping with fonehouse should be fairly simple for customers who are used to eCommerce sites. The only complications involve choosing the right data allowances, contract terms, colours, and other features of your chosen phone, but fonehouse tends to make this easy to understand.
When you check out, the company will suggest various insurance packages to accompany your purchase. These aren't mandatory by any means but can be handy when buying expensive handsets.
Most of the time, customers need to provide personal details such as their address, existing mobile number, and even their marital status. But doing so won't take too long.
After that, you'll be free to checkout as normal. Deal hunters will notice that there's no place to enter a fonehouse code during the checkout process. That's no oversight. fonehouse don't rely on discount codes in general, preferring to use fonehouse cashback claim and money-off promotions.
Generally speaking, ordering with fonehouse is hassle-free, and this is proven by favourable fonehouse reviews at sites like Trustpilot.
Are fonehouse phones unlocked?
It is possible to get a phone ordered from fonehouse unlocked safely and legally, simply use their contact page to get in touch with fonehouse.
How long does fonehouse take to process orders?
fonehouse offer a speedy process when it comes to orders. They offer next day delivery on all deliveries. See the Shipping section below for more information.
Do fonehouse do credit checks?
When verifying their customers’ identity, fonehouse may carry out a credit check. Like all other network providers, this is part of fonehouse’s terms and conditions when signing up for one of their monthly contracts, which includes a direct debit payment.
Who owns fonehouse?
KTM Online are the owners of the fonehouse Group with Ben Branson as the CEO. The founder of fonehouse, Clive Bayley remains a member of the board.
What is fonehouse trade in?
Trading in your tech is simple! All you need to do is go to fonehouse online and get a quote for what you would like to sell, then send your old phone to fonehouse, and get paid.
How long does fonehouse take to deliver?
When customers place an order with fonehouse, all deliveries qualify for free next day shipping, and shipments are fulfilled by DPD.
Customers can use their account to access fonehouse track order tools, or they can give DPD a call: 0121 275 0500. And, if there are any problems with the contents of their shipment, customers can use the main fonehouse contact number: 0333 900 1133.
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fonehouse Returns Policy
If you make a mistake and don't want the handset or tech products you receive, fonehouse allows customers to return products within 14 days of receipt for a full refund. Faulty items can also be returned within 30 days.
All items being returned must be in "resaleable" condition, so they can't be scuffed or stained. But you can give them a quick try to see if they work properly (just be careful when removing them from the box and plugging them in). You must also include any original accessories. If you choose to make a return, doing so is relatively simple.
All customers need to obtain a Returns Authorisation Number (RAN) by calling: 0333 900 1133.
When you have a RAN for the goods in question, the best option is to head to this Returns Form site and enter your personal details.
When that's done, just follow the steps shown, and expect a full refund within 2 weeks.
Payment Methods Offered by fonehouse
When it comes to payment, these cards are usually used to create a direct debit to pay for more expensive devices, although customers can pay upfront for many less expensive items. The company has a "secure data policy" to safeguard transactions including verification of all purchases, so payment details should remain confidential at all times. fonehouse accepts the following methods:
How to Contact fonehouse
Getting in touch with fonehouse is very easy. Whenever the need arises, customers can use the following methods to speak with fonehouse UK:
It's not always necessary to contact fonehouse. For instance, if you're wondering if fonehouse phones are unlocked (they can be if customers desire), you can find all of the information you need at the company's FAQ section, which is a very handy resource for all phone buyers.
Following fonehouse on Social Media
If you want to stay in touch with the offers and smartphones available on fonehouse.co.uk, there are many different ways to do so. The company maintains an informative blog, featuring updates and rumours from the communications world. If you need a heads up about the latest Galaxy or iPhone devices, you'll hear about it there first. Additionally, the company provides a newsletter for subscribers (the sign-up form can be found at the bottom of the fonehouse home page). In addition, you can follow the company at a wide range of social media channels, including:
Pick Up Bargain Handsets and Accessories for Your Phone at fonehouse
fonehouse have been selling mobile phones and smartphone accessories since the dawn of the mobile era. Founded in 1994, the company is one of the most popular places in the UK to purchase iPhone handsets, affordable phones, SIM-free deals, and all manner of tech gifts, from Beats headphones to PlayStation 4 controllers.
fonehouse maintains a portfolio of bricks and mortar stores, with a total of 22 locations in cities like London, Glasgow, Belfast, Birmingham, and Stoke-on-Trent, not to mention smaller towns like Hexham, Woking, and Hawick. So customers may well be able to purchase products from fonehouse UK locations, allowing them to chat to staff and get a feel for what's available.
Alternatively, customers can use online fonehouse cashback offers at the company's popular online store. It's full of different product categories, sale sections, and guidance to help find the right mobile phone-related purchases. In fact, the prices can be so low that commenters on the web regularly ask is fonehouse legit? The store is definitely legitimate, but the prices are often low enough to make this hard to believe.
What Will Customers Find Online at fonehouse?
Although fonehouse specialises in mobile phones, it offers a lot more than handsets and contracts. Nowadays, the company sells a range of tech products via its Tech Shop section, as well as home broadband, so if you need to sharpen up your communications options, it's a good place to shop.
When you head over to the fonehouse online store, you'll find plenty of options, including the following major product areas:
The core of the fonehouse product range, this category includes all of the world's biggest smartphone brands, including Samsung, Huawei, Nokia, LG, and Sony. When new models are launched, they will be added in an instant, and it's easy to compare phones based on colours, memory, and, most importantly, price. One handy feature is the ability to instantly call up the "upfront cost", monthly costs, and data allowances, allowing customers to build deals that suit their needs.
Apple's flagship smartphone range has its own section at fonehouse, reflecting the role that these phones play in the merchant's catalogue. If you need the most advanced iPhone, it will be prominently advertised and ready to order, with both contract and SIM-free deals available to pick.
If customers have an existing phone and want to improve their options, the fonehouse upgrade section is the place to shop. If they provide some basic information about their phone and current deal, fonehouse will deliver tailored upgrade options for individual buyers, potentially delivering big savings.
There's a special section dedicated to handset only purchases. These deals involve purchasing a mobile phone without a SIM contract and paying for the phone in one lump sum or via regular instalments. If you're happy to shop around for SIM deals, it's a good way to get hold of up to date phone models.
Alternatively, fonehouse offers SIM-only deals without any handsets involved. In this section, buyers can purchase various styles of SIM along with contracts from major networks like Vodafone and EE. Data limits are flexible, and many fonehouse SIM-only deals come with cashback attached. Check fonehouse cashback reviews before buying to find out how this works. Basically, it's a great way to earn rewards over the lifetime of contracts, giving you a little bit extra to spend on data or accessories.
Gifts and Gadgets
If you are stuck when buying gifts for mobile phone fans, fonehouse could be the ideal merchant to visit. Gifts include Bluetooth headphones, Amazon vouchers, Nintendo Switch consoles, and much more. Some gifts also come attached to mobile phone deals, adding even more value to SIM-free or SIM-only purchases.
Key Brands Stocked Online at fonehouse
When you shop at fonehouse, the world's most important smartphone and tech brands will be at your fingertips. Big names include:
How to Find fonehouse Deals and Save Cash On Your Next Phone
When you shop for communications related products at fonehouse, saving money should always be possible. For starters, customers should check out the company's Sale section. It's jam-packed with contract deals and handsets at low prices. If customers refer friends to fonehouse, they can earn £25 credit, while checking out fonehouse cashback deals is advisable too. They can be great ways to save money over long phone contracts.
Some mobile phone networks offer special rewards for their customers, and fonehouse tends to highlight these deals on its website. And when you need to exchange a tired old phone for the latest model, there are savings to be had via fonehouse upgrades as well. Timing purchases can also deliver savings. For example, fonehouse tends to commit to Black Friday sales in a big way, so picking up pre-Christmas bargains in this fonehouse sale is definitely on the cards.
Finally, be sure to check the hotukdeals listings for fonehouse cashback and fonehouse discount codes for money-off promotions (as well as free gifts that come with smartphone packages). New discounts appear all the time, driving down the cost of upgrading your smartphone.
Purchasing Gift Vouchers from fonehouse
It's always nice to give gifts that allow people to make their own decisions, which is why gift vouchers never go out of fashion. fonehouse doesn't offer gift vouchers of its own. However, it does allow customers to add £30 Amazon gift cards as "gifts" to mobile phone packages. Here's how to:
If you want to add an Amazon card to your phone purchase, doing so is simple.
Head to the purchasing page, where you'll find out which phones are associated with the deal.
Choose your phone and checkout as normal, and you'll receive a £30 Amazon gift card in the post when your handset arrives.
It's a neat way to save money on essentials while obtaining an affordable phone contract.
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If you're the kind of person who always needs the latest iPhone, or you just want to shop around for cut-price SIM deals, fonehouse is a great merchant to try. And you can find the latest fonehouse promo code and money-off promotions by bookmarking the fonehouse hotukdeals listings.