The Pixel 7a is one of the best affordable phones we’ve reviewed so far this year, and this deal gives you the latest from Google at a very tempting price.
Mobiles.co.uk is currently offering the Pixel 7a for just £19.99 a month, which is a very good price for a brand new device. For this monthly cost, you’ll get 25GB of data, unlimited texts and unlimited minutes.
There’s also a £39 upfront fee, but when the phone’s £449 RRP is taken out of the equation, you’re paying around £2.90 a month for all that data and all those calls and texts.
This deal is on the Vodafone network and, as this is a 5G phone, includes faster 5G if you’re in a supported area. The icing on the cake is the addition of a free pair of Pixel Buds A Series wireless earbuds, which normally retail for around £99. This is a really strong deal when everything is considered.
The Pixel 7a is a fantastic piece of kit for the price. It’s powered by the same Tensor chipset as the much more expensive Pixel 7 Pro and has a much better camera than the Pixel 6a. Not only is the sensor significantly larger, but it’s much better in darker situations and captures great color video as well.
This Pixel 7a deal just blew away the competition
Mobiles.co.uk is currently offering the Pixel 7a for £19.99 a month, which is a very tempting price for a brand new device. For this monthly cost, you’ll get 25GB of data, unlimited texts and unlimited minutes.
- £19.99 per month
- £39 upfront
Other improvements over the already excellent Pixel 6a include a faster, smoother 90Hz display, Qi wireless charging, and an extra 2GB of RAM. For the price, there is no better choice on the market.
Since it’s a Google phone, there are some welcome software tweaks too. A voice recorder app, for example, transcribes text very accurately
In our glowing 4.5/5 review of the Pixel 7a, we said: “Wireless charging, a better camera, a more capable chipset and a faster screen make the Pixel 7a one of the best mid-range phones around. It’s not entirely perfect, but I haven’t been this happy with a sub-£500/$500 phone for a while.”