From school, to college, and uni – find the best phones and plans for students of all ages. Result!
Whether you’re at uni or have a child at school, there’s a phone to suit all budgets and any needs – and we’ll help you find it. You could be looking for a phone with a top-spec camera to capture the action of those big uni nights out. Or maybe you’re after a first phone for your child to give you both peace of mind. View FAQs.
At Carphone Warehouse, we have the widest range of smartphones, suitable for teens and kids, on the biggest networks in the UK. And almost 30 years of experience with mobile technology. We compare all our deals to make sure you get the best package every time. So, to get started, check out our great options right here.
Welcome (back) to Uni! This week is where the fun begins, the discounts pop up and the freebies roll in. We have some pretty smart savings across our range plus you can be in with a chance of winning a £20 voucher for ASOS or Pizza Hut. Pop into your local Carphone Warehouse to check out our deals, take a snap for our insta and get your hands on a free tote bag whilst you're in there too!
|Birmingham||18th - 20th September||Birmingham 21-22 New Street|
|Birmingham Grand Central|
|Birmingham 146 New Street|
|Birmingham City Centre 79-84 High Street (within Currys PC World)|
|Cardiff||18th - 20th September||Cardiff Queen St|
|Cardiff High Street (within Currys PC World)|
|Nottingham||18th - 20th September||Nottingham Victoria Centre|
|Nottingham Albert Street|
|Nottingham Trinity Square (within Currys PC World)|
|Leeds||25th - 27th September||Leeds Briggate|
|Leeds The Headrow|
|Leeds Trinity Shopping Centre (within Currys PC World)|
|Leeds Cavendish House (within Currys PC World)|
|Manchester||25th - 27th September||Manchester Arndale Centre|
|Manchester Market Street|
|Sheffield||25th - 27th September||Sheffield Fargate|
|Sheffield Meadowhall Retail Park (within Currys PC World)|
|Sheffield Meadowhall Centre (within Currys PC World)|
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For a phone to be a smartphone, it has to have internet access and be able to download apps. Smartphones are closer to computers than ordinary phones in terms of what you can do with them.
Yes. When touchscreen phones were still quite rare, you'd often find your touches weren't registered properly. But all new smartphones have brilliantly sensitive screens that respond exactly how you'd expect them to.
This depends on which smartphone you have and how much you use it. If you use your phone quite a lot, you'll probably need to charge it every night. But most people should get about two days of use out of most new smartphones before needing to recharge the battery.
The screens on new smartphones are surprisingly hard to break as many use something called Gorilla Glass to protect them. If you do manage to break the screen, it'll most likely just be the top layer of glass so you'll still be able to use the phone, it just won't look very good. If you accidentally give it a huge whack and break the panel under the top layer of glass, the screen will stop working and you'll have to get it replaced.
There are a few really good apps designed to keep kids safe when using their smartphones. They let you control how long your kids can spend online, and at what time of the day they’re allowed to use the internet.
Mobile Guardian and Qustodio are both offer great starting points, available to download for both Android and iOS. Read more on The Lowdown.