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i-phone for Christmas?

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6y, 5d agoPosted 6 years, 5 days ago
My husband would like one of the new i-phones, but neither of our contracts are up for renewal (O2) - if I buy him one for Christmas, what would be the cheapest way for me to do it?
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6y, 5d agoPosted 6 years, 5 days ago
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#1
Does it have to be new? A second hand one from here or somewhere like gumtree would berth cheapest way to go, remember to be safe though when trading on gumtree
#2
buy a payg from Apple store or Apple store online - these phones are unlocked and will work on any network.
Avoid Ebay like the plague to many conmen - like someone already said.
Then visit an O2 store and ask for a contract micro simcard for the iphone. It gives you intructions how to transfer existing simcard details onto new iphone - takes 2 minutes online!
You need to do the above a hubby will have larger simcard and the iphone 4 uses a smaller microsim card.
I have the new iphone and it is great!
Your Hubby will be a very Happy Man - you will never wash dishes again! lol
#3
reread your post - no cheap way to get an iphone 4 that is why i suggested buying a payg one.
You could buy out of contract if you have a few months remaining and start again!
Best to use existing contract and go PAYG.
Might be worth chatting with your local O2 shop if contract near end.
hope thiss helps
#4
I managed to get an Iphone on contract and my contract wasnt ready for renewal for 6 months.

Its the 3g though and not the 4!

they gave me £120 cash back which was the amount to cancel my old contract for the new one!

this was at phones for you!
#5
Thanks everyone! :)

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