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Welcome to the Reestit Mutton website

Reestit Mutton is a well-known and well-loved UK mobile phone price comparison service. Unlike many price comparison services this site is not run by a faceless corporation. It is designed, developed and maintained by an individual with an eye for detail and a passion for providing a more personal service.

Important Announcement

There is now an all new look and feel to the site and lots of new facilities have been developed such as the searchable mobile phone retailer directory, the site blog containing the latest mobile news and reviews (updated daily) and the ability to sign up to receive newsletters.

Please Note: the price comparison facility is currently undergoing redevelopment. If you would like to be notified when it is relaunched there is a newsletter specifically designed for this purpose.

Retailer Spotlight


Part of the Littlewoods Shop Direct Home Shopping Group, the UK's leading online and home shopping retailer, with annual sales of around £2 billion and five million customers.

This group also includes well known brands such as Abound*, Additions Direct, Choice*, Great Universal*, Kays*, Littlewoods, Littlewoods Direct and Marshall Ward*.

(retailers marked with a * use non-affiliate links which generate no income for this site)


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Gizmodo, 27 Feb 2009


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The Register, 19 Jan 2009