Get £250 cashback with the Virgin Media Big Daddy Bundle

Get £250 cashback with the Virgin Media Big Daddy Bundle

Carl P  Jun. 25 at 13:30

£250 cashback with the Virgin Media Big Daddy Bundle via Quidco

Here's another chance to get hold of this bundle with some cashback. It's worth pointing out that this offer is only available to new customers only, but if you're interested in switching over to Virgin Media this offer is definitely worth investigating. The Big Daddy package includes 152Mb broadband, 260+Channels, Sky Movies, Sky Sports, and Talk Unlimited Extra phone tariff. If you order it today (June 25th) you'll also get a free speaker worth £129 thrown in as well.

The Big Daddy bundle costs £79.99 a month for the first 12 months, and then costs £101.50 after that. By getting this package through Quidco, you'll be able to get £250 cashback, which considering you'll be paying £959.88 for the first year is a mighty fine saving. For more details on how the cashback works by heading over to the Quidco website.

 

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Monument Valley for Android is FREE on the Amazon Appstore

Monument Valley for Android is FREE on the Amazon Appstore

Carl P  Jun. 25 at 13:00

Monument Valley on Android is currently FREE on the Amazon Appstore

Here's yet another free Android game on the Amazon Appstore, this time for indie hit Monument Valley. Praised for its artistic approach and well designed puzzles, it was one of the biggest mobile titles of last year. If there was a complaint to be had, it was that the length of the game was fairly short, but with it currently being free to download that issue is well and truly gone.

 

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Get XCOM: Enemy Within on Android for just £3.80

Get XCOM: Enemy Within on Android for just £3.80

Carl P  Jun. 25 at 11:31

XCOM: Enemy Within on Android is currently £3.80 from the Google Play store

Considering this is normally priced £8.02 on the Google Play store, this is a fantastic price for the standalone sequel to XCOM: Enemy Unknown. You can read a review of the PC version (from which the mobile version is ported) over on sister site Dealspwn, but a quick overview is that Enemy Within continues the story of the XCOM project defending the earth in turn-based strategic action - this time from, as the name suggests, enemies within humanity. If you're after a deep, often challenging, but very rewarding strategy title for your Android smartphone, you won't get much better for under £4. Thanks to inquisiter @ HUKD!

 

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Bamboozle: The retro Teletext classic is FREE on iOS and Android

Bamboozle: The retro Teletext classic is FREE on iOS and Android

Neotrix  Jun. 24 at 17:41

If you're not aware of Bamboozle already then your were possibly hiding under a rock for the duration of the 90's. Mr Bamber Boozler returns to the retro quiz that can now be played on your smartphone! If you don't remember playing this game, I'll bet that you know a lots of people that will. I was never the best at this in my house, but I always made sure to got the first go. The Bamboozle application can be had at everyone's favourite price, FREE!

Download the Android version from the Play store - Here
For iOS users use can yous the iTunes app store - Here

 

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Minion Flash drive keyrings available from £16.95

Minion Flash drive keyrings available from £16.95

Neotrix  Jun. 24 at 16:51

Amazon now have 8GB USB 2.0 flash drives in the form of Minion keyrings! Personally i love a novelty flash drive and have quite a few in my ever growing collection. If you're looking for a high speed pen drive that will transfer your data collection before you can say "bottom" then you may be a little disappointed here. For every day use they are just fine and the kids will love them. The over all reviews look very good mentioning that they have a slight flex to them meaning they should be fairly hard wearing. There are four to choose from including; Carl, Dave, Stuart and Tim with prices ranging from £16.95 to £17.12.

Specifications

  • capacity: 8GB
  • USB Interface: 2.0
  • read speed: up to 18 , 4 MB / s
  • write speed: up to 5.8 MB / s
  • Supported OS: Windows 98 / 98SE / ME / 2000 / XP / Vista / 7/8 - Mac OS 9.0 and later
 

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Get an ASUS Transformer TF103c with detachable keyboard for just £159.95

Get an ASUS Transformer TF103c with detachable keyboard for just £159.95

Carl P  Jun. 24 at 13:00

ASUS Transformer TF103c with detachable keyboard is currently £159.95 from Amazon

This is one of the best prices we've seen for the latest in the ASUS Transformer range, beating the next cheapest deal by around £20 overall. While it is a little heavy compared to other tablets, and its performance can be sluggish at times, but otherwise it's a solid Android device that is great value for money - especially with the detachable keyboard included as well. Thanks to jazzuk777 @ HUKD!

 

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Get a Three Pay As You Go Micro SIM with 1GB data for just £1.99

Get a Three Pay As You Go Micro SIM with 1GB data for just £1.99

Carl P  Jun. 24 at 12:30

Three Pay As You Go Micro SIM with 1GB data is currently £1.99 from PC World

Reduced to clear, these PAYG Micro Sims cards are currently half their usual price. Pre-loaded with 1GB of data for 30 days from activation, it's ideal if you have a tablet capable of using Sim cards and want to stay connected while abroad (providing you're visiting one of the 15 countries in the Three's Feel At Home scheme. Thanks to Tomkirky @ HUKD!

 

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Get a Lenovo Tab S8 Tablet 16GB for just £99.95 with £30 cashback

Get a Lenovo Tab S8 Tablet 16GB for just £99.95 with £30 cashback

Carl P  Jun. 24 at 11:20

Lenovo Tab S8 Tablet 16GB is currently £99.95 from John Lewis with £30 cashback

There a few deals bringing the Lenovo Tab S8 to the £100 mark, but this offer is noteworthy thanks to the £30 cashback that is currently available direct from Lenovo. The offer is only available until midnight tomorrow, so you'll need to act fast if you want to grab the Tab S8 for what is effectively £69.95. Just follow the instructions at the link above to claim your cashback.

While it is only running Android 4.4 (an update to Lollipop is still undecided) the Tab S8 reportedly performs better than other bigger brand tablets, making this an ideal offer for those who want a good Android tablet at a great price. Thanks to samnai @ HUKD!

 

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Get unlimited data (inc. 25GB roaming), 300 mins & 3000 texts on Three PAYG for just £15.00 a month

Get unlimited data (inc. 25GB roaming), 300 mins & 3000 texts on Three PAYG for just £15.00 a month

Carl P  Jun. 23 at 15:05

All you can eat data (inc. 25GB roaming), 300 mins & 3000 texts on Three PAYG for just £15.00 a month

Here's a fantastic deal for those of you who are going abroad this summer. With Three's Feel At Home roaming service covering 15 countries, the roaming data allowance is incredibly handy in this data-focused PAYG deal. The bundle lasts for 30 days, at which point you will need to top up your account via direct debit. It's worth pointing out that you will not be able to tether other devices to your handset with this tariff, but otherwise it's still an excellent deal. Thanks to Khairul @ HUKD!

Here's a list of the countries currently available in the Feel At Home scheme:

Australia, Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Macau, New Zealand, Norway, Republic of Ireland, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, United States

 

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EXPIRED: Get a ZTE Kis 3 on EE with £10 Everything pack for just £19.99

EXPIRED: Get a ZTE Kis 3 on EE with £10 Everything pack for just £19.99

Carl P  Jun. 23 at 12:30

ZTE Kis 3 on EE with £10 Everything pack is currently £19.99 from EE via eBay

The handset itself might not be amazing, but the price of the overall offer certainly is. This eBay listing will save you around £20 over the next cheapest deal, but it also comes with the £10 Everything PAYG pack, which includes 150 minutes, 500 mb data and unlimited texts for 30 days. While the general performance of the ZTE kis 3 leaves a lot to be desired, for £20 it's a great way to get an entry-level Android device. It's also worth pointing out that getting this one will also qualify you for the Power Bar initiative, which will once again be available at EE stores from tomorrow. Thanks to scouser100000 @ HUKD!

 

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OnePlus 2 to include USB Type-C

OnePlus 2 to include USB Type-C

Carl P  Jun. 23 at 11:30

It isn't the first phone to embrace the new port - that honour belongs to the LeTV One Max - but it was announced today over Twitter that the upcoming OnePlus 2 smartphone will include a USB Type-C port. The new open standard port is a big deal because of a number of factors, such as how the cable is the same at both ends, how it can deliver up to 100w of power while charging, and how it can act as a video port in both directions - meaning phone-to-computer & computer-to-phone.

Perhaps the most attractive feature is its small size, which potentially allows computing devices such as laptops and smartphones to become even thinner as a result. Considering the benefits USB Type-C brings, the fact one of the big brand smartphones is using it is big news. Hopefully we'll see more devices utilizing the port in the future.

[Via Gizmondo]

 

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Get a Roku 3 HD Digital Media Streamer for £69

Get a Roku 3 HD Digital Media Streamer for £69

Carl P  Jun. 23 at 10:18

Roku 3 HD Digital Media Streamer is currently £69 from Tesco

Tesco have knocked £30 off its RRP in this deal, undercutting other deals to become the cheapest listing around. As such, it's an ideal time to get hold of one if you've been after a media streamer for the living room. With access to over 1,400 channels and streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Instant Video, the Roku 3 also includes USB and microSD ports, allowing you to watch media files.

There is also access to games like Tetris and Pac-Man thanks to the included remote, which features motion sensing and a microphone for voice searches. The remote even includes a headphones slot, allowing you to listen to your TV in peace without needing wires all over the floor. Not bad for under £70. Thanks to kta93 @ HUKD!

 

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Get an Amazon Fire Phone 32GB / 64GB on O2 for just £99

Get an Amazon Fire Phone 32GB / 64GB on O2 for just £99

Carl P  Jun. 22 at 18:25

Amazon Fire Phone 32GB on O2 is currently £99 from Amazon

Amazon Fire Phone 64GB on O2 is currently £99 from Amazon

Once again Amazon have dropped the price for their Fire Phone to below the £100 mark, but this time it's for both the 32GB and the 64GB version. With the RRP being significantly higher than that, there's a huge saving to be made with this deal. That said, this really is only for dedicated Amazon shoppers. While the 24/7 customers support apps and easy access to Amazon's various online shops are impressive, the FireOS isn't the most intuitive for newcomers.

At the end of the day, the price drop of this deal makes it a much more agreeable purchase, but at this point there are other handsets out there with better overall performance. One final note - O2 are reportedly not allowing users to unlock their phones from the network, so do bear that in mind before buying.

 

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Save up to £25 on Roxio software with their latest discount codes.

Save up to £25 on Roxio software with their latest discount codes.

Neotrix  Jun. 22 at 17:55



Roxio discount codes across many of their software products

Roxio are currently offering some great discounts on some of their products. From CD/DVD burning software and screen capturing to tool-kits that have a selection of useful programs that come bundled together. As you'd expect, just select the software you would like to buy and enter the code in at the payment stages.

  • 15% off any Roxio product Code: ROXIOSTORE15
  • Save £20 on Toast 12 PRO (ESD and PHY) Code: T12PROSAVE20
  • Save £20 on Toast 12 Titanium (ESD and PHY) Code: TOAST12SAVE20
  • Save £5 on Easy CD and DVD Burning Code: ECDSAVE5
  • SAVE £25 on Roxio Creator NXT Pro 3 - Code: ROX30CNXTP3
  • SAVE £15 on Roxio Creator NXT 3 - Code: ROXIO20CNXT3
 

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Get a refurbished HP EliteBook 2540P i7 4GB 120GB Laptop for £159.99

Get a refurbished HP EliteBook 2540P i7 4GB 120GB Laptop for £159.99

Carl P  Jun. 22 at 13:00

HP EliteBook 2540P i7 4GB 120GB Laptop (Refurbished) is curently £159.99 from Ephy vis eBay

If you're after an i7-powered laptop but don't want to break the bank, this eBay listing is the right way to go. While the 120GB SATA hard drive might be a little small for some, the rest of the spec is great for a sub-£200 listing.

Even though it is a refurbished device, this HP EliteBook will come with a genuine copy of Windows 7 Pro installed as well, setting you up for a free upgrade to Windows 10 when it arrives next month. Thanks to bamboozle @ HUKD!

 

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Get an EE 15GB data SIM with £29 worth of Amazon vouchers for £15 a month

Get an EE 15GB data SIM with £29 worth of Amazon vouchers for £15 a month

Carl P  Jun. 22 at 12:00

15GB data SIM (4G) with £29 worth of Amazon vouchers is currently £15 a month from EE

This tariff is usually £20 a month, but thanks to the voucher code (which is automatically put in for you when you click through) you will save £5 and get £29 worth of Amazon vouchers. It's an ideal SIM for those who want to use their tablets on the go, and the rolling 30 day contracts means you can stop it at any time. That said, do be aware that if you stop the contract at any time the monthly cost will return to £20 upon reactivation. Thanks to goonertillidie @ HUKD!

 

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EE Power Bars back in stock from July 24th

EE Power Bars back in stock from July 24th

Carl P  Jun. 22 at 10:00

Here's a helpful heads-up to kick off the week. EE will have their Power Bars back in stock on Wednesday 24th July, meaning all EE customers can once again claim their portable battery packs to keep their phones recharged.

If you're an EE customer who hasn't yet signed up to get them, all you have to do is text POWER to 365 that will cost you 35p, and you'll be sent a code that will allow you to pick up a Power Bar at your nearest EE store (PAYG customers must have been with EE for 3 months to qualify.) The offer is also open to those on EE Broadband, who can text JOIN plus their EE landline number to 60005 and follow the instructions - again costing 35p. Non-EE customers can also get involved in the scheme, but it will cost them £20 to do so. Thanks to heatadded @ HUKD for the heads-up!

 

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Snap up a Lenovo Miix 3 10 Tablet & Keyboard Dock for £149.99 includes Office 365 and a 2 year guarantee

Snap up a Lenovo Miix 3 10 Tablet & Keyboard Dock for £149.99 includes Office 365 and a 2 year guarantee

Neotrix  Jun. 20 at 15:05

Lenovo Miix 3 10 Tablet & Keyboard Dock is just £149.99 via John Lewis

This convertible tablet/laptop is great value for money at the moment. It comes with Windows 8.1 with bing as well as Microsoft Office 365 for a full 12 months. Ideal for anyone that travels a lot and wasn't to work on the go. Reviews of this device are pretty positive, especially surrounding the full HD screen and its sharpness. This price is currently the cheaperst in the UK and includes a 2 year guarantee.

Specifications

  • Intel Atom Z3735F Quad Core Processor @ 1.33GHz
  • 10.1" Full HD Touch Screen
  • Integrated Graphics
  • Includes Keyboard Dock
  • Microsoft Office 365 One Year License Included
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1
  • 2GB DDR3 RAM
  • 32GB Storage
 

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Security flaws found in over a hundred Android applications, including some big names!

Security flaws found in over a hundred Android applications, including some big names!

Neotrix  Jun. 20 at 13:35

When we download applications from the Google Play store, many of us assume that they are safe and secure. Unfortunately security researchers have recently detected over a hundred applications suffering from a HTTPS vulnerability issue. This gaping hole in security means that usernames and passwords could easily get stolen along with other private data. You may be thinking "I'll be fine, i only use applications from  well known companies and developers" although none of that really matters.

Many well known applications from the likes of Pizza Hut, Match.com, Safeway and even NBA Game Time have been affected by this.  It's pretty scary to think that you could be paying far more than you thought while innocently looking for the love of your life online.

With the HTTPS encryption not being implemented correctly across so many apps, fraudsters can get their hands on our private data relatively quickly and easily. It really is quite worrying when you hear about such a security breakdown in programs you use so often. All of this seems a little silly really considering the fix shouldn't be that difficult to implement.

The best way to deal with this issue for now would be to change your passwords via your PC if possible, especially if the accounts are at all tied to any payment details. As we currently don't have a full list of applications that are affected by this security flaw, i'd advise downloading and running AppBugs. The application is currently in beta and is developed by the same security researchers that uncovered these HTTPS issues in the first place. AppBugs should help identify any potential security issues on your device. It may also be a good idea to stay away from the offending applications until fixes are in place. If we hear any more about this we will of course update you as soon as possible.

[Via Gizmodo]

 

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Unlimited Texts, Minutes and 4Gb of Data for £11.99 via TPO on a 30 day rolling contract.

Unlimited Texts, Minutes and 4Gb of Data for £11.99 via TPO on a 30 day rolling contract.

Neotrix  Jun. 19 at 16:02

The people's Operator are offering Unlimited Texts, Minutes and 4Gb of Data for £11.99/pm via a 30 day rolling contract.

If you saw yesterdays SIM only deal from TPO and were perhaps put off a little by the price increase after the first 2 months, you may want to consider this slightly toned down version. It's £11.99 a month for unlimited calls/texts and 4GB of data. The differences with this deal over the "UK's Best Deal" is that you get 2GB less data usage, no £5 Costa Coffee Gift card and no introductory discount.

Both deals offer good value for money at this time, so i'd probably consider your data usage and go whichever suits you best. In the long term this deal will save you a few quid over the other rolling contract, which is great as long as you don't require the 6GB data allowance.  You can of course cancel whenever you like due it being a rolling contract deal. Also don't forget to check your phone supports EE SIM cards, as TPO Piggy back the EE network.

 

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