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ZTE Blade L110 Gold Deals

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How to find the best deals for ZTE Blade L110 Gold

Compare ZTE Blade L110 Gold prices using these 5 buying options:

  • Porting – Transfer your existing mobile number to another network to take advantage of ‘new customer’ deals. Using your PAC code (obtained from your existing network), the new operator will transfer it across for you. PAC codes are valid for 30 days.
  • Upgrade – Keep your existing number on your current network and upgrade to a new handset. Compare ZTE Blade L110 Gold upgrade prices by selecting your operator+upgrade from ‘Choose a Network’.
  • New Connection – Compare all contract deals on all networks (except upgrade offers and SIM free) and your new Blade L110 Gold will be supplied with a new mobile number.
  • SIM Free – SIM free phones are supplied unlocked to all networks allowing you to use an existing SIM card. Check your existing SIM card size matches the type compatible with your new phone. ie: Standard, Micro or Nano.
  • Pay As You Go – Pay as you use your mobile service without a monthly contract. Buy Top-Up vouchers or add extra credit as and when you need to.

Buying Tip:

When comparing ZTE Blade L110 Gold deals it’s easy to jump straight to the offers with no upfront cost, however you will find in most cases, if you can pay a little upfront for your new phone on a lower priced tariff you will actually end up saving a lot more over the contract period.

Whether you intend to ‘port’ your number or ‘upgrade’ your phone, you should always have completed your minimum term contract period of your existing agreement. If you are not sure, a quick call to your provider will confirm this for you.

News

Back in December, leaked images showed the ZTE Q7, an unannounced Android-powered smartphone that looks a lot like the Apple iPhone 6. A new tweet has revealed that one of the biggest Chinese smartphone manufacturers (and one of the world’s biggest) is planning to release another iPhone 6 lookalike, the Blade S6. The images you […]

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Chinese phone maker ZTE is pirating talent from troubled Canadian phone maker BlackBerry and Lenovo-owned Motorola, according to a report. The news comes to us courtesy of Wall Street Journal. The business news agency reports Adam Zeng, head of mobile-device business at ZTE, saying, “We hope the talent from BlackBerry can enhance our product security […]

ZTE, smartphone manufacturer based in China, lifted the lid on the ZTE Grand S II back in January. According to the Chinese firm, their new device sports a 5.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1080×1920 pixels, a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera, a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, a 3000mAh battery, a Snapdragon 800 2.3GHz quad-core processor, and 2GB […]

Port your number = Switch for best deals!

Most people switch their mobile number between their two favourite networks every time their contract expires.

This allows you to take advantage of 'new' customer deals which are far more affordable than paying upgrade prices.

Porting your number is easy, you simply order your new phone on a different network, make sure you're happy with it and then call your existing network and ask for your PAC code.

You then give this to your new network who will transfer your number across for you within 24 hours.

Upgrade = Same number, same network

If you are in an area where coverage is an issue or have other reasons to want to stay with your existing network then unfortunately upgrading is one of few options available if you want to keep your number and get a new phone.

To upgrade you simply choose the network logo from our filters, ie: EE Upgrade, O2 Upgrade or Vodafone Upgrade

    

to see all available upgrade prices for your chosen phone.

You'll be asked by the retailer during checkout for your existing number which will be transferred to your new phone.