Deals of the Day - Wednesday 26th March 2014

sim-cards-petr-kratochvil-pd What's exciting about SIM cards? Not much really. They're about as thrilling as a footballer's post-match interview. SIMs don't swash your buckles or tickle your pickle, but they are incredibly useful in your phone as, without them, you'd just have a blank screen, more barren than your feeble imagination.

So with that, a lot of people are going absolutely crackers over a deal where, if you order a free SIM from Sainsburys, you get a FREE £15 bundle (800 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of data & Double Nectar points) and, if you top up £10, you get money off a litre of fuel and more. It really is a terrific offer. Check it out.


Xbox One digital game sale- From Friday 28th March
iPad Mini 16GB new @ tesco £199 with code and new customers get £10 off as well. Cheaper than Asda's deal.
Nokia Lumia 2520 Tablet, Qualcomm Snapdragon 8.1, 10.1", 32GB, Wi-Fi & 4G LTE, Red £299.95 @ John Lewis
Fable - The Lost Chapters £1.04 @ Steam
Zelda Wii U Console 32GB w/Wind Waker HD £220 @ Amazon and Game
Gaming MOUSE 6-button 800-1200dpi USB Optical Black (great as a spare) £2.99 delivered
Nokia Lumia 625 Sim Free £119.95 @ Phones 4 U
Bioshock sale (including DLC) from £1.69 @ Xbox Live
Heroes - Season 1-4 Complete Blu-ray £29.95 Free delivery
32Gb Micro SDHC Toshiba Class 10 delivered £11.75
Logitech Washable Keyboard K310 with 3-year manufacturer's guarantee for £12.99 with free delivery


1 comment

  • JonB
    Point of fact: You can use most of the features of a smartphone without a SIM you just can't make calls, send SMS messages or connect to mobile internet, which is the same as an iPad WiFi version.

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