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  • iPhone 7 32GB gold
    O2

    Apple iPhone 7 32GB gold

    • £10 off upfront cost - Use voucher code TENPOUNDS
    Unltd Minutes
    Unltd Texts
    3GB Data
    24mth Contract
    £65.00 Upfront cost
    mobiles.co.uk £27.00per month Apply Online

    About the Retailer

    Mobiles.co.uk is one of the longest operating online mobile phone sellers, originally established in 1995. The range of packages includes those with cash back to deals with free gifts.

    Delivery speed is a key area of focus and you will get a one hour delivery slot, ensuring that you don’t have to wait around all day. You can contact customer services easily, over the phone, by email or through an online message.

    Read More

    About the Network

    The origins of the O2 network date back as far as 1985 when the UK government first issued two GSM (Global Standard for Mobile Communications) licenses. These were awarded to two companies, namely Vodafone and Cellnet.

    O2 began life at this time as the Cellnet network. Right from the very start, Cellnet was at a disadvantage to its rival Vodafone because ownership was split between two companies: BT and Securicor. Unlike Vodafone - at that time, part of the Racal Group - Cellnet decisions needed to be passed by the boards of both companies for investment.

    Nevertheless, both networks flourished and they set about creating an infrastructure based on the GSM standard at the 900 MHz frequency channel. By the early 1990s, each network had a customer base of around two million: the mobile boom had begun. Both networks were faced with unprecedented growth, consistently doubling their customer bases, year after year.

    Eventually, Cellnet fell behind Vodafone due to its organisational constraints and the decision was taken to re-structure the network, this time with a higher level of share ownership for BT. As a result, BTCellnet emerged and, with decisions being made faster, BTCellnet attempted to narrow the gap with its rival, Vodafone.

    Vodafone continued to develop a strong brand identity, while BTCellnet - by this time the second-largest network ahead of Orange and One2One - fell further behind. Further investment was sought from an investment consortium and the company was once again re-badged under a fresh brand: O2.

    The O2 network went about establishing a brand identity under the slogan "its your O2, see what you can do". In addition, over 400 UK stores were re-branded as O2 and the company began investing heavily on the Internet.

    Read More

    Price Breakdown

    Upfront cost:
    £65.00
    Effective monthly cost:
    £27.00
    Total cost of ownership:
    £713.00
    Term of contract:
    24 months
    £10 off upfront cost - Use voucher code TENPOUNDS More information
  • iPhone 7 32GB jet black
    O2

    Apple iPhone 7 32GB jet black

    • £10 off upfront cost - Use voucher code TENPOUNDS
    Unltd Minutes
    Unltd Texts
    3GB Data
    24mth Contract
    £65.00 Upfront cost
    mobiles.co.uk £27.00per month Apply Online

    About the Retailer

    Mobiles.co.uk is one of the longest operating online mobile phone sellers, originally established in 1995. The range of packages includes those with cash back to deals with free gifts.

    Delivery speed is a key area of focus and you will get a one hour delivery slot, ensuring that you don’t have to wait around all day. You can contact customer services easily, over the phone, by email or through an online message.

    Read More

    About the Network

    The origins of the O2 network date back as far as 1985 when the UK government first issued two GSM (Global Standard for Mobile Communications) licenses. These were awarded to two companies, namely Vodafone and Cellnet.

    O2 began life at this time as the Cellnet network. Right from the very start, Cellnet was at a disadvantage to its rival Vodafone because ownership was split between two companies: BT and Securicor. Unlike Vodafone - at that time, part of the Racal Group - Cellnet decisions needed to be passed by the boards of both companies for investment.

    Nevertheless, both networks flourished and they set about creating an infrastructure based on the GSM standard at the 900 MHz frequency channel. By the early 1990s, each network had a customer base of around two million: the mobile boom had begun. Both networks were faced with unprecedented growth, consistently doubling their customer bases, year after year.

    Eventually, Cellnet fell behind Vodafone due to its organisational constraints and the decision was taken to re-structure the network, this time with a higher level of share ownership for BT. As a result, BTCellnet emerged and, with decisions being made faster, BTCellnet attempted to narrow the gap with its rival, Vodafone.

    Vodafone continued to develop a strong brand identity, while BTCellnet - by this time the second-largest network ahead of Orange and One2One - fell further behind. Further investment was sought from an investment consortium and the company was once again re-badged under a fresh brand: O2.

    The O2 network went about establishing a brand identity under the slogan "its your O2, see what you can do". In addition, over 400 UK stores were re-branded as O2 and the company began investing heavily on the Internet.

    Read More

    Price Breakdown

    Upfront cost:
    £65.00
    Effective monthly cost:
    £27.00
    Total cost of ownership:
    £713.00
    Term of contract:
    24 months
    £10 off upfront cost - Use voucher code TENPOUNDS More information
  • iPhone 7 32GB silver
    O2

    Apple iPhone 7 32GB silver

    • £10 off upfront cost - Use voucher code TENPOUNDS
    Unltd Minutes
    Unltd Texts
    3GB Data
    24mth Contract
    £65.00 Upfront cost
    mobiles.co.uk £27.00per month Apply Online

    About the Retailer

    Mobiles.co.uk is one of the longest operating online mobile phone sellers, originally established in 1995. The range of packages includes those with cash back to deals with free gifts.

    Delivery speed is a key area of focus and you will get a one hour delivery slot, ensuring that you don’t have to wait around all day. You can contact customer services easily, over the phone, by email or through an online message.

    Read More

    About the Network

    The origins of the O2 network date back as far as 1985 when the UK government first issued two GSM (Global Standard for Mobile Communications) licenses. These were awarded to two companies, namely Vodafone and Cellnet.

    O2 began life at this time as the Cellnet network. Right from the very start, Cellnet was at a disadvantage to its rival Vodafone because ownership was split between two companies: BT and Securicor. Unlike Vodafone - at that time, part of the Racal Group - Cellnet decisions needed to be passed by the boards of both companies for investment.

    Nevertheless, both networks flourished and they set about creating an infrastructure based on the GSM standard at the 900 MHz frequency channel. By the early 1990s, each network had a customer base of around two million: the mobile boom had begun. Both networks were faced with unprecedented growth, consistently doubling their customer bases, year after year.

    Eventually, Cellnet fell behind Vodafone due to its organisational constraints and the decision was taken to re-structure the network, this time with a higher level of share ownership for BT. As a result, BTCellnet emerged and, with decisions being made faster, BTCellnet attempted to narrow the gap with its rival, Vodafone.

    Vodafone continued to develop a strong brand identity, while BTCellnet - by this time the second-largest network ahead of Orange and One2One - fell further behind. Further investment was sought from an investment consortium and the company was once again re-badged under a fresh brand: O2.

    The O2 network went about establishing a brand identity under the slogan "its your O2, see what you can do". In addition, over 400 UK stores were re-branded as O2 and the company began investing heavily on the Internet.

    Read More

    Price Breakdown

    Upfront cost:
    £65.00
    Effective monthly cost:
    £27.00
    Total cost of ownership:
    £713.00
    Term of contract:
    24 months
    £10 off upfront cost - Use voucher code TENPOUNDS More information
  • iPhone 8 64GB grey
    Vodafone

    Apple iPhone 8 64GB grey

    • £144.00 cashback
    Unltd Minutes
    Unltd Texts
    4GB Data
    24mth Contract
    Mobile Phones Direct £44.00per month*

    £50.00 before cashback

    Apply Online

    About the Retailer

    Mobile Phones Direct is an independent retailer that began as a high street mobile business in 1992 before launching online in 2004. The company has become one of the fastest growing retailers thanks to superb service, quick delivery and excellent value for money. Buy with confidence from Mobile Phones Direct using the 100% secure checkout system and get your new smartphone fast with free next day delivery (for orders placed before 8pm).

    About the Network

    Vodafone are continually providing new products and services to make it easier for you to communicate. Offering pay as you go, pay monthly and mobile broadband devices, Vodafone Group PLC is one of the World's leading communications companies with a huge presence in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and The United states. Moving from mobile phones to pc communication services including smart phones, Vodafone offer many fantastic services including Vodafone Passport. Vodafone have abolished roaming charges from 1st June to the 31st July 2009 so any calls you make whilst abroad will cost you the same as they do in the UK.

    With about 260 million customers worldwide, Vodafone is the world's largest mobile phone network. This huge size means customers can access fantastic deals with exclusive handsets and great prices.

    Read More

    Price Breakdown

    Upfront cost:
    £0.00
    Cashback:
    £144.00
    Effective monthly cost:
    £44.00
    Total cost of ownership:
    £1056.00
    Term of contract:
    24 months
    £144.00 cashback More information
  • iPhone 8 64GB gold
    Vodafone

    Apple iPhone 8 64GB gold

    • £144.00 cashback
    Unltd Minutes
    Unltd Texts
    4GB Data
    24mth Contract
    Mobile Phones Direct £44.00per month*

    £50.00 before cashback

    Apply Online

    About the Retailer

    Mobile Phones Direct is an independent retailer that began as a high street mobile business in 1992 before launching online in 2004. The company has become one of the fastest growing retailers thanks to superb service, quick delivery and excellent value for money. Buy with confidence from Mobile Phones Direct using the 100% secure checkout system and get your new smartphone fast with free next day delivery (for orders placed before 8pm).

    About the Network

    Vodafone are continually providing new products and services to make it easier for you to communicate. Offering pay as you go, pay monthly and mobile broadband devices, Vodafone Group PLC is one of the World's leading communications companies with a huge presence in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and The United states. Moving from mobile phones to pc communication services including smart phones, Vodafone offer many fantastic services including Vodafone Passport. Vodafone have abolished roaming charges from 1st June to the 31st July 2009 so any calls you make whilst abroad will cost you the same as they do in the UK.

    With about 260 million customers worldwide, Vodafone is the world's largest mobile phone network. This huge size means customers can access fantastic deals with exclusive handsets and great prices.

    Read More

    Price Breakdown

    Upfront cost:
    £0.00
    Cashback:
    £144.00
    Effective monthly cost:
    £44.00
    Total cost of ownership:
    £1056.00
    Term of contract:
    24 months
    £144.00 cashback More information
  • iPhone 6 32GB space grey
    O2

    Apple iPhone 6 32GB space grey

    • £144.00 cashback
    Unltd Minutes
    Unltd Texts
    3GB Data
    24mth Contract
    mobiles.co.uk £21.00per month*

    £27.00 before cashback

    Apply Online

    About the Retailer

    Mobiles.co.uk is one of the longest operating online mobile phone sellers, originally established in 1995. The range of packages includes those with cash back to deals with free gifts.

    Delivery speed is a key area of focus and you will get a one hour delivery slot, ensuring that you don’t have to wait around all day. You can contact customer services easily, over the phone, by email or through an online message.

    Read More

    About the Network

    The origins of the O2 network date back as far as 1985 when the UK government first issued two GSM (Global Standard for Mobile Communications) licenses. These were awarded to two companies, namely Vodafone and Cellnet.

    O2 began life at this time as the Cellnet network. Right from the very start, Cellnet was at a disadvantage to its rival Vodafone because ownership was split between two companies: BT and Securicor. Unlike Vodafone - at that time, part of the Racal Group - Cellnet decisions needed to be passed by the boards of both companies for investment.

    Nevertheless, both networks flourished and they set about creating an infrastructure based on the GSM standard at the 900 MHz frequency channel. By the early 1990s, each network had a customer base of around two million: the mobile boom had begun. Both networks were faced with unprecedented growth, consistently doubling their customer bases, year after year.

    Eventually, Cellnet fell behind Vodafone due to its organisational constraints and the decision was taken to re-structure the network, this time with a higher level of share ownership for BT. As a result, BTCellnet emerged and, with decisions being made faster, BTCellnet attempted to narrow the gap with its rival, Vodafone.

    Vodafone continued to develop a strong brand identity, while BTCellnet - by this time the second-largest network ahead of Orange and One2One - fell further behind. Further investment was sought from an investment consortium and the company was once again re-badged under a fresh brand: O2.

    The O2 network went about establishing a brand identity under the slogan "its your O2, see what you can do". In addition, over 400 UK stores were re-branded as O2 and the company began investing heavily on the Internet.

    Read More

    Price Breakdown

    Upfront cost:
    £0.00
    Cashback:
    £144.00
    Effective monthly cost:
    £21.00
    Total cost of ownership:
    £504.00
    Term of contract:
    24 months
    £144.00 cashback More information
  • Pixel 2 64GB black
    O2

    Google Pixel 2 64GB black

    • £10 off upfront cost - Use voucher code TENPOUNDS
    Unltd Minutes
    Unltd Texts
    12GB Data
    24mth Contract
    £69.99 Upfront cost
    mobiles.co.uk £37.00per month Apply Online

    About the Retailer

    Mobiles.co.uk is one of the longest operating online mobile phone sellers, originally established in 1995. The range of packages includes those with cash back to deals with free gifts.

    Delivery speed is a key area of focus and you will get a one hour delivery slot, ensuring that you don’t have to wait around all day. You can contact customer services easily, over the phone, by email or through an online message.

    Read More

    About the Network

    The origins of the O2 network date back as far as 1985 when the UK government first issued two GSM (Global Standard for Mobile Communications) licenses. These were awarded to two companies, namely Vodafone and Cellnet.

    O2 began life at this time as the Cellnet network. Right from the very start, Cellnet was at a disadvantage to its rival Vodafone because ownership was split between two companies: BT and Securicor. Unlike Vodafone - at that time, part of the Racal Group - Cellnet decisions needed to be passed by the boards of both companies for investment.

    Nevertheless, both networks flourished and they set about creating an infrastructure based on the GSM standard at the 900 MHz frequency channel. By the early 1990s, each network had a customer base of around two million: the mobile boom had begun. Both networks were faced with unprecedented growth, consistently doubling their customer bases, year after year.

    Eventually, Cellnet fell behind Vodafone due to its organisational constraints and the decision was taken to re-structure the network, this time with a higher level of share ownership for BT. As a result, BTCellnet emerged and, with decisions being made faster, BTCellnet attempted to narrow the gap with its rival, Vodafone.

    Vodafone continued to develop a strong brand identity, while BTCellnet - by this time the second-largest network ahead of Orange and One2One - fell further behind. Further investment was sought from an investment consortium and the company was once again re-badged under a fresh brand: O2.

    The O2 network went about establishing a brand identity under the slogan "its your O2, see what you can do". In addition, over 400 UK stores were re-branded as O2 and the company began investing heavily on the Internet.

    Read More

    Price Breakdown

    Upfront cost:
    £69.99
    Effective monthly cost:
    £37.00
    Total cost of ownership:
    £957.99
    Term of contract:
    24 months
    £10 off upfront cost - Use voucher code TENPOUNDS More information
  • iPhone 8 64GB silver
    Vodafone

    Apple iPhone 8 64GB silver

    • £144.00 cashback
    Unltd Minutes
    Unltd Texts
    4GB Data
    24mth Contract
    Mobile Phones Direct £44.00per month*

    £50.00 before cashback

    Apply Online

    About the Retailer

    Mobile Phones Direct is an independent retailer that began as a high street mobile business in 1992 before launching online in 2004. The company has become one of the fastest growing retailers thanks to superb service, quick delivery and excellent value for money. Buy with confidence from Mobile Phones Direct using the 100% secure checkout system and get your new smartphone fast with free next day delivery (for orders placed before 8pm).

    About the Network

    Vodafone are continually providing new products and services to make it easier for you to communicate. Offering pay as you go, pay monthly and mobile broadband devices, Vodafone Group PLC is one of the World's leading communications companies with a huge presence in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and The United states. Moving from mobile phones to pc communication services including smart phones, Vodafone offer many fantastic services including Vodafone Passport. Vodafone have abolished roaming charges from 1st June to the 31st July 2009 so any calls you make whilst abroad will cost you the same as they do in the UK.

    With about 260 million customers worldwide, Vodafone is the world's largest mobile phone network. This huge size means customers can access fantastic deals with exclusive handsets and great prices.

    Read More

    Price Breakdown

    Upfront cost:
    £0.00
    Cashback:
    £144.00
    Effective monthly cost:
    £44.00
    Total cost of ownership:
    £1056.00
    Term of contract:
    24 months
    £144.00 cashback More information
  • Xperia L1 black
    Plusnet Mobile

    Sony Xperia L1 black

    1200 Minutes
    Unltd Texts
    2GB Data
    24mth Contract
    £19.95 Upfront cost
    Direct Mobiles £13.49per month Apply Online

    About the Retailer

    DirectMobiles.co.uk is a preferred partner of the EE nerwork and has over 20 years of experience in the mobile industry. Offering phones from the top brands such as Samsung, HTC and Nokia Direct Mobiles are passionate about mobiles and delivering a great customer experience.

    About the Network

    Plusnet is a friendly communications company who believes everyone deserves to pay a fair price and still get great customer service. They have helpful friendly people on hand in the UK to sort stuff out.

    Plusnet's mobile plans are all competitively priced 1-month 4G contracts with no additional tethering charges, along with 'smart caps' so you never pay more than you expect to. Their new Roam Like at Home plans also let you use your monthly plan allowance like at home in any EU destination.

    Plusnet use EE, the UK's largest network so you get over 99% network coverage.

    Plusnet broadband customers also benefit from Mates Rates with double data on all SIM only packages.

    Read More

    Price Breakdown

    Upfront cost:
    £19.95
    Effective monthly cost:
    £13.49
    Total cost of ownership:
    £343.71
    Term of contract:
    24 months
  • iPhone X 64GB grey
    O2

    Apple iPhone X 64GB grey

    Unltd Minutes
    Unltd Texts
    20GB Data
    24mth Contract
    £150.00 Upfront cost
    mobiles.co.uk £51.00per month Apply Online

    About the Retailer

    Mobiles.co.uk is one of the longest operating online mobile phone sellers, originally established in 1995. The range of packages includes those with cash back to deals with free gifts.

    Delivery speed is a key area of focus and you will get a one hour delivery slot, ensuring that you don’t have to wait around all day. You can contact customer services easily, over the phone, by email or through an online message.

    Read More

    About the Network

    The origins of the O2 network date back as far as 1985 when the UK government first issued two GSM (Global Standard for Mobile Communications) licenses. These were awarded to two companies, namely Vodafone and Cellnet.

    O2 began life at this time as the Cellnet network. Right from the very start, Cellnet was at a disadvantage to its rival Vodafone because ownership was split between two companies: BT and Securicor. Unlike Vodafone - at that time, part of the Racal Group - Cellnet decisions needed to be passed by the boards of both companies for investment.

    Nevertheless, both networks flourished and they set about creating an infrastructure based on the GSM standard at the 900 MHz frequency channel. By the early 1990s, each network had a customer base of around two million: the mobile boom had begun. Both networks were faced with unprecedented growth, consistently doubling their customer bases, year after year.

    Eventually, Cellnet fell behind Vodafone due to its organisational constraints and the decision was taken to re-structure the network, this time with a higher level of share ownership for BT. As a result, BTCellnet emerged and, with decisions being made faster, BTCellnet attempted to narrow the gap with its rival, Vodafone.

    Vodafone continued to develop a strong brand identity, while BTCellnet - by this time the second-largest network ahead of Orange and One2One - fell further behind. Further investment was sought from an investment consortium and the company was once again re-badged under a fresh brand: O2.

    The O2 network went about establishing a brand identity under the slogan "its your O2, see what you can do". In addition, over 400 UK stores were re-branded as O2 and the company began investing heavily on the Internet.

    Read More

    Price Breakdown

    Upfront cost:
    £150.00
    Effective monthly cost:
    £51.00
    Total cost of ownership:
    £1374.00
    Term of contract:
    24 months
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