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6 Months Interest free on Iphone 4 £500.00

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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
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6 months at 0% interest
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#1
Not really a bargain, just a way of paying RRP for it.
#2
Minimum order £450 so typical monthly payment would be at least £75! That's mental money to pay for a phone.

If you're crazy enough to pay this for a phone I suppose 6 months interest free is a good deal. Not for me though.
#3
lm280904
Minimum order £450 so typical monthly payment would be at least £75! That's mental money to pay for a phone.

If you're crazy enough to pay this for a phone I suppose 6 months interest free is a good deal. Not for me though.


59.6m iphones were sold in June...

crazy to some... not to others

(i am part of the crew that wouldn't pay that much)
#4
£75 a month...

How many minutes, texts and Internet use?!? Ah. Poo!
#5
Get a credit card 0% interest for 12 months.
#6
Looks like the RRP for an expensive phone with a well known reception fault. Cold
#7
Not even got Android.
#8
Cold iphone 4 isnt worth the money ill stick to my old iphone ...
#9
I've got the iPhone 4 and its so much better then the previous models.
#10
If you don't have the money don't bother with these things, save up and then buy it.

This is why the country is gone mad and people spending like brain dead, no wonder why we're in recession. People ought to take the blame themselves and not just the banks.

Save up and avoid credit loans etc;

Sorry for the rant but want to help people avoid falling for these kind of traps.
#11
cruisecars
Cold iphone 4 isnt worth the money ill stick to my old iphone ...


It's so much better than the previous models
#12
Evz1974
Not even got Android.

No, And a Mercedes hasn't even got a Lada engine either!
#13
this is a good deal better than getting it on contract for 2 years at £50 ish a month. all you need then is a sim at £10 a month with 500 mins on.
#14
lol why buy a luxury phone on credit??
#15
I'd rather put the money towards buying that new TV i've been thinking of............Freezing!

Edited By: WyseGuy on Sep 20, 2010 20:45: spelling
#16
Good deal in my opinion. The iPhone 4 is in another league of it's own.
#17
binda
this is a good deal better than getting it on contract for 2 years at £50 ish a month. all you need then is a sim at £10 a month with 500 mins on.

That's another £240 assuming you'll keep it for 2 years as per a contract... £740 total.

That's still madness albeit better than some offers. I'll not vote either way, BUT it's one offer I'll be passing on without too much humming and ahing.
#18
Personally, this is very good for people who want to buy an iphone without a contract. I have a contract with unlimited data and calls, and the Iphone 4 is a very good phone. I would buy this as it allows me to spread the payment for the phone.

I have the HTC desire, and that is also a very good phone, but the apps store on apple is very good in comparison to the google market. Google market is getting to be very good and the apps are now virtually comparable, but apple still pips it.

Voted hot .
#19
no1john
Looks like the RRP for an expensive phone with a well known reception fault. Cold


can't believe some people are still peddling this nonsense
#20
Nad_84
lm280904
Minimum order £450 so typical monthly payment would be at least £75! That's mental money to pay for a phone.

If you're crazy enough to pay this for a phone I suppose 6 months interest free is a good deal. Not for me though.


59.6m iphones were sold in June...

crazy to some... not to others

(i am part of the crew that wouldn't pay that much)


I think it is that 59.6m iPhones sold up to June 2010.
#21
no1john
Looks like the RRP for an expensive phone with a well known reception fault. Cold
colonel
can't believe some people are still peddling this nonsense

Not nonsense at all Click here
#22
jalaldevil
If you don't have the money don't bother with these things, save up and then buy it.This is why the country is gone mad and people spending like brain dead, no wonder why we're in recession. People ought to take the blame themselves and not just the banks.Save up and avoid credit loans etc;Sorry for the rant but want to help people avoid falling for these kind of traps.

Too true. thing is though, with this deal you dont find yourself out of pocket, there are no interest payments. by keeping the money in the bank for an extra 6 months you will be earning interest and in real terms you save money.
#23
no1john
no1john
Looks like the RRP for an expensive phone with a well known reception fault. Cold
colonel
can't believe some people are still peddling this nonsense

Not nonsense at all Click here

My mate tries the "fabled" touch the corner trick every now and then and he loses one bar of signal at most.. He has to literally grab it in such a way that the entire phone is encased in his hand for it to lose signal. Not very likely to be doing that during a phone call!

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