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The best Carphone Warehouse iPhone 12 deals and contracts

Apple’s latest release is finally here and when it comes to the search for where to buy the phone, many in the UK will start their search with Carphone Warehouse iPhone 12 deals. As one of the best known retailers around, Carphone is a great place to look for both the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro with a host of deals already available in the device’s pre-order period. However, after the news that Carphone cut ties with EE, the retailer is slightly limited in what it can offer. While it still has access to Virgin, iD Mobile and Vodafone, EE, Three and O2 contracts won’t be available from Carphone. With that in mind, the best Carphone Warehouse iPhone 12 deals seem to be on Vodafone with a host of big data plans and on iD Mobile where prices are a bit lower than other networks. Below you can find all of the best Carphone Warehouse iPhone 12 deals so you can find the best contract for you. And if you can’t see any prices that fit what you need, consult our iPhone 12 deals guide instead. Carphone Warehouse iPhone 12 vouchers: Compare Carphone Warehouse iPhone 12 deals: What kind of iPhone 12 deals are other brands offering? Carphone Warehouse isn’t always the cheapest of retailers and with that in mind it is well worth seeing what prices other retailers are offering. Especially on new launches like the iPhone 12, it is well worth searching around to see what other brands…Continue readingThe best Carphone Warehouse iPhone 12 deals and contracts

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Mobile sales fall by a fifth at Dixons Carphone

Mobile sales at Dixons Carphone fell by a fifth over the past 12 months as the impact of the coronavirus offset efforts to spark a revival at the business. Prior to lockdown, the company’s mobile division was on track to lose £90 million, leading to the planned closure of 531 standalone Carphone Warehouse locations. However lockdown restrictions meant that these ‘3-in-1’ stores also had to close their doors. While demand for items such as televisions, fridges and freezers saw online electrical orders rise by 22 per cent (including a 144 per cent rise in April alone), the transfer of mobile sales to online was far lower. Dixons Carphone Mobile revenues fell to £1.6 billion, contributing to a loss of £104 million within the division. Meanwhile, UK & Ireland electrical sales rose by 1 per cent to £4.6 billion, with group revenues declining by 3 per cent to £10.2 billion. Net profits fell from £339 million to £166 million. Dixons Carphone the UK’s latest mobile phone retailer but has struggled to cope with changing consumer habits. A saturated market and longer refresh cycles are lowering contract renewal rates, making SIM-Only tariffs and SIM-free handsets more popular, squeezing margins. CEO Alex Baldock has put an omnichannel strategy at the heart of his transformation programme and the company did report that online in-store sales had risen by 64 per cent when compared to the pre-lockdown period. Additionally, there was growth in credit services and additional protection products. The company added that the closure…Continue readingMobile sales fall by a fifth at Dixons Carphone