Lots of Mobile Phones

Price Comparison for Mobile Phones

We compared 1,426,917 contract mobile phone deals today -
to help you find the best value cheap contract phones!
On August 20 we compared 1,426,917 deals
Search mobile phones
Tariff Features:
Mobile Phone Features:
Android: Bluetooth:
Clam Shell: FM Radio:
Selfie Camera: Slider Design:
Touchscreen: Water Resistant:
Wi-fi: Windows Phone:
Hide redemption cashback offers:
       All Phones Advanced Search      
Most Popular Mobile Phones
Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB (Midnight Black) Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB (White) Samsung Galaxy S7 32GB (Pink Gold) Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB (Blue) Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB (Orchid Grey) Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus 64GB (Midnight Black)
Latest Mobile phones
Motorola Moto C (Red) Huawei Honor 9 (Glacier Grey) Huawei P8 Lite 2017 (Blue) Motorola Moto E4 Plus (Gold) Motorola Moto E4 Plus (Grey) Motorola Moto E4 (Gold)
Mobile Phones with FREE gift:
Free Free Free Free Free Free
iPod Laptop Wii PS3 Vita Tablet
More gifts:

Latest Mobile Phone News

RSS LogoRSS Feed
iPhone 7 pay monthly contract prices
Monday 31st July 2017, 15:30

The iPhone 7 is the latest and greatest version of the Apple iPhone, so pay monthly contract prices are high (especially compared to Android phones with a similar specification). Having said that, since it was launched in September 2016, prices have... read more

iPhone 7 pay monthly contracts

The Galaxy A5 with a reasonably cheap contract
Monday 24th July 2017, 00:00

The Samsung Galaxy A5 may not be the cheapest pay monthly phone around, but it does seem to tick almost every box. It's got a 1080p HD screen, pretty fast processor, fingerprint sensor, great camera, 3GB RAM and 32GB storage (plus a microSD card slot)... read more

Galaxy A5 great value monthly contracts

Apple iPhone SE from £13 a month
Monday 10th July 2017, 17:00

The iPhone has a reputation for being a well made, easy to use device. It's rarely known for being a cheap phone though.

However, iPhone SE pay monthly contracts now start from as little as £13 on the O2 network. For this you get 500 minutes, 500... read more

iPhone SE pay monthly contracts

Older NEWS

Frequently Asked Questions

I've seen a 'free line rental' offer on your site, is this genuine?
How does this 'cashback' work?
What is 'automatic cashback' or 'upfront cashback'?
How do these offers with free gifts work?
I ordered a mobile phone from you and...
Can I transfer the number from my existing mobile phone?
Can you answer another question for me?
Got any useful links to other sites?
I've seen a 'free line rental' offer on your site, is this genuine?
Believe it or not, it is! It's completely possible to get a mobile phone for absolutely no cost to you for the length of the contract.

Here's how the offers generally work:

1. You order the phone (tip: Try to get a contract which includes all the inclusive minutes and texts that you need - The retailer will not reimburse you for extra calls and texts that you make when you have used your inclusive minutes and texts up).
2. Use the phone as you normally would, you receive the phone bills, which you initially have to pay .
3. You claim back the line rental you have paid out from the retailer (often in two, three or four stages during the contract).
4. After the minimum contract term is over, you sign up for another free line rental deal and cancel your existing contract.

How does this 'cashback' work?
Each retailer's cashback scheme is slightly different so you need to check their terms and conditions carefully to make sure that you understand what you have to do in order to claim the money back off the retailer.

To help you to understand what it is you have to do, here are some links to the some of the retailers Terms and Conditions (which include their cashback instructions somewhere on the page):

Mobile Shop
Simply 3G
The Phone Spot
Dial a Phone
The Link
Carphone Warehouse

The retailers rely on the fact that some people will forget to claim their cashback, or will send in the wrong bill or do something else wrong - Make sure you aren't one of these people. Before you order, make sure you know what you have to do. When the phone has arrived, write the cashback dates down on your calendar (or use the mobile phones calendar or organsier to store the dates).

If the retailer sends you cashback "vouchers" with your phone, keep these really safe. If you lose them, they probably won't send you replacements.

Also, check around the newsgroups and forums on the internet. There's lots of information out there confirming that the cashback deals are genuine and detailing people's experiences.


What is 'automatic cashback' or 'upfront cashback'?
'Automatic Cashback' is money that the retailer will send you automatically, you don't have to claim anything. It's usually sent in installments, every few months.

'Upfront Cashback' is money that the retailer will send automatically, but the retailer will send it all at the beginning of the contract (sometimes it'll be sent with the phone itself, or sometimes it's sent when you've paid the first bill - That way the retailer knows you are going to honour the terms of the contract and that they will get their commission from the network).


How do these offers with free gifts work?
Different retailers do slightly different things - However, the general principle is that you have to sent off either your first, or first couple of phone bills to the retailer. They will then send you the gift within 28 days.

Recently, some retailers have started schemes that allow you to get the gift delivered with your phone. However, you usually have to give the retailer a deposit for this, which is then returned to you a few months later.

Be careful if you decide to change the tariff you are on, or cancel the phone contract before the minimum term is up as if you do this, the retailer will want to charge you for the free gift.

I ordered a mobile phone from you and...
Errrm... This website doesn't actually sell phones. All we do is provide links to retailers that do have free line rental offers. You need to speak to the retailer themselves rather than us - Sorry!
Can I transfer the number from my existing mobile phone?
Very probably, but we aren't really the people to speak to.

Phone up your network's customer services number, they should be able to tell you what you have to do.

To transfer your number to a different network, you'll need a 'PAC' (Porting Authorisation Code) - Customer Services should be able to give you this. When you sign up for your new mobile, either give the retailer your PAC or call your new network when the phone has arrived. Your number will then automatically move over a few days later.

Can you answer another question for me?
Of course we can, just click here and send us a question, query, feedback or any other comments you might have.
Got any useful links to other sites?
Sure, check out our links page by clicking here
Bookmark and Share

Android Phones Cheap Contract Phones Orange Phones Cheap Smartphone Deals T-Mobile Contract Phones Talk Mobile Phones

Cheap Free Line Rental Deals Cheap O2 Phones Three Contract Phones Virgin Mobile Phones

Vodfaone Mobile Phones Cheap Phones with PS3 Cheap Popular Contracts Touch Screen Phones

Phones with Laptop Deals Windows Phones Contract Phones with free TV Virgin Mobile Phones

About Us - Links - Privacy Policy - Terms and Conditions

© No Cost Mobiles 2016