Apple iPhone 7 32GB on EE + Unlimited Minutes and Texts + 5gb of Data + FREE Phone for £35.99 a month (total cost £863.76) at MobilePhones Direct - HotUKDeals
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Apple iPhone 7 32GB on EE + Unlimited Minutes and Texts + 5gb of Data + FREE Phone for £35.99 a month (total cost £863.76) at MobilePhones Direct

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Looks like a pretty decent offer for an Apple iPhone 7 32GB. Unlimited Minutes and Texts + 5gb of Data + FREE Phone for £35.99 p.m PLUS, you will also get FREE BT sport for 3 months and Apple m… Read More
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[mod] 2m, 1d agoFound 2 months, 1 day ago
Looks like a pretty decent offer for an Apple iPhone 7 32GB.

Unlimited Minutes and Texts + 5gb of Data + FREE Phone for £35.99 p.m

PLUS, you will also get FREE BT sport for 3 months and Apple music for 6 months

Contract is £35.99 per month / 24 months = a total of £863.76

Available in 4 colours Silver, Rose Gold, Pink or Black.

If you prefer Vodafone, you can get this offer for £37 p.m
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18 Likes
Crazy how this site works.

I posted the same deal 3 months ago when the iPhone had just come out and it went to -234.
9 Likes
I'd say the mobiles.co.uk deal is better with a 32gb IPhone 7 for £50 upfront using code SAVE25 to get £25 off £75 then it is £30.99 a month for unlimited texts and mins and 5gb of data a month. Same package but £50 upfront rather than free but £5 a month cheaper for 24 months which makes it £70 cheaper over the term by my calculations. http://www.mobiles.co.uk/apple-iphone-7-32gb-silver.html?tid=EH1QMAUG16&affiliate=awinm-67035&awc=380_1487607013_dd75be2f5a5d39c2beeecc0617965a37&utm_source=Awin&utm_medium=Affiliate&utm_campaign=VoucherCodes

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[mod]#1
Rose gold is nice...

http://i.imgur.com/QMLqXQI.jpg

Edited By: millarcat on Feb 20, 2017 14:40: .
#2
millarcat
Rose gold is nice...

http://i.imgur.com/QMLqXQI.jpg


Only 4 colours to choose from, and the picture depicts 5, hmmmm, that's suspicious :p
Side note: Matt Black is the best colour (_;)

Edited By: nathan3007 on Feb 20, 2017 14:50: ...
[mod][Deal Hunter] 1 Like #3
nathan3007
millarcat
Rose gold is nice...http://i.imgur.com/QMLqXQI.jpg
Only 4 colours to choose from, and the picture depicts 5, hmmmm, that's suspicious :p
Side note: Matt Black is the best colour (_;)
The gloss black is only available in 128gb and above ;)
1 Like #4
emribena
nathan3007
millarcat
Rose gold is nice...http://i.imgur.com/QMLqXQI.jpg
Only 4 colours to choose from, and the picture depicts 5, hmmmm, that's suspicious :p
Side note: Matt Black is the best colour (_;)
The gloss black is only available in 128gb and above ;)


*jet :p and I know, shame really, it's a nice colour, except the tendency to mark easily. I guess apple were going for a premium finish for people that splash out the extra for larger capacity phones, like I did :D
[mod][Deal Hunter]#5
nathan3007
emribena
nathan3007
millarcat
Rose gold is nice...http://i.imgur.com/QMLqXQI.jpg
Only 4 colours to choose from, and the picture depicts 5, hmmmm, that's suspicious :p
Side note: Matt Black is the best colour (_;)
The gloss black is only available in 128gb and above ;)
*jet :p and I know, shame really, it's a nice colour, except the tendency to mark easily. I guess apple were going for a premium finish for people that splash out the extra for larger capacity phones, like I did :D
Well to be honest with the operating system, high quality pictures, few apps and some music the 32gb is almost full so I got an 128gb as well but paid a lot more for it - madness! X)
1 Like #6
emribena
nathan3007
emribena
nathan3007
millarcat
Rose gold is nice...http://i.imgur.com/QMLqXQI.jpg
Only 4 colours to choose from, and the picture depicts 5, hmmmm, that's suspicious :p
Side note: Matt Black is the best colour (_;)
The gloss black is only available in 128gb and above ;)
*jet :p and I know, shame really, it's a nice colour, except the tendency to mark easily. I guess apple were going for a premium finish for people that splash out the extra for larger capacity phones, like I did :D
Well to be honest with the operating system, high quality pictures, few apps and some music the 32gb is almost full so I got an 128gb as well but paid a lot more for it - madness! X)


I was in the same boat, I wanted 64gb it was ideal for me, but when they removed it, it was either 32gb or 128gb and obviously because it's Apple it's much easier to have more storage than you need - I just opted for the Plus, then I saw the price and tried not to cry too much :D
18 Likes #7
Crazy how this site works.

I posted the same deal 3 months ago when the iPhone had just come out and it went to -234.
1 Like #8
pez555
Crazy how this site works.

I posted the same deal 3 months ago when the iPhone had just come out and it went to -234.


Your deal was £25 upfront ;)
4 Likes #9
pez555
Crazy how this site works.

I posted the same deal 3 months ago when the iPhone had just come out and it went to -234.


Lol that's so common and basically how this site works... lots of people votes with a glimpse of the picture or current degree without even reading the title not to mention details...
#10
nathan3007
pez555
Crazy how this site works.

I posted the same deal 3 months ago when the iPhone had just come out and it went to -234.


Your deal was £25 upfront ;)


But that was three month ago, is your logic also suggesting monthly price should have dropped after a few months? For £25 you get to use a newly released phone three months earlier, that was a better deal than this one imo.
#11
Does anyone know how this site works? I've just looked at the same deal on the actual EE website and it's much more expensive.... just wondering how they can offer a cheaper deal than the actual providers.

Thank you :)
1 Like #12
loislane1987
Does anyone know how this site works? I've just looked at the same deal on the actual EE website and it's much more expensive.... just wondering how they can offer a cheaper deal than the actual providers.

Thank you :)


Phone comes from their stock and it's just the SIM card that's EE, I think anyway that's how Phones4U worked and Carphone Warehouse works etc.
#13
yulu91
nathan3007
pez555
Crazy how this site works.

I posted the same deal 3 months ago when the iPhone had just come out and it went to -234.


Your deal was £25 upfront ;)


But that was three month ago, is your logic also suggesting monthly price should have dropped after a few months? For £25 you get to use a newly released phone three months earlier, that was a better deal than this one imo.


I was joking....I know that the site can be strange at times...I don't get the basis of your argument tbh
1 Like #14
nathan3007
loislane1987
Does anyone know how this site works? I've just looked at the same deal on the actual EE website and it's much more expensive.... just wondering how they can offer a cheaper deal than the actual providers.

Thank you :)


Phone comes from their stock and it's just the SIM card that's EE, I think anyway that's how Phones4U worked and Carphone Warehouse works etc.


Great thank you. I'm within my cooling off period for o2 so im going to take it back tomorrow and get this deal.... £10pm cheaper :D
9 Likes #15
I'd say the mobiles.co.uk deal is better with a 32gb IPhone 7 for £50 upfront using code SAVE25 to get £25 off £75 then it is £30.99 a month for unlimited texts and mins and 5gb of data a month. Same package but £50 upfront rather than free but £5 a month cheaper for 24 months which makes it £70 cheaper over the term by my calculations. http://www.mobiles.co.uk/apple-iphone-7-32gb-silver.html?tid=EH1QMAUG16&affiliate=awinm-67035&awc=380_1487607013_dd75be2f5a5d39c2beeecc0617965a37&utm_source=Awin&utm_medium=Affiliate&utm_campaign=VoucherCodes
#16
leyloleylo
I'd say the mobiles.co.uk deal is better with a 32gb IPhone 7 for £50 upfront using code SAVE25 to get £25 off £75 then it is £30.99 a month for unlimited texts and mins and 5gb of data a month. Same package but £50 upfront rather than free but £5 a month cheaper for 24 months which makes it £70 cheaper over the term by my calculations. http://www.mobiles.co.uk/apple-iphone-7-32gb-silver.html?tid=EH1QMAUG16&affiliate=awinm-67035&awc=380_1487607013_dd75be2f5a5d39c2beeecc0617965a37&utm_source=Awin&utm_medium=Affiliate&utm_campaign=VoucherCodes
Actually the deal above I just posted doesn't say whether you get the 6 months of Apple Music or the 3 months BT sport so might not work out cheaper if you factor those in?
#17
I'm already with EE and out of contract. Can I take this deal and retain my existing number. I know you can request a PAC code when moving between providers but I've never gone through a 3rd party seller and stayed with the same provider. Thanks
#18
dinglebin
I'm already with EE and out of contract. Can I take this deal and retain my existing number. I know you can request a PAC code when moving between providers but I've never gone through a 3rd party seller and stayed with the same provider. Thanks


As long as you get a PAC code you can move to any network as you like, doesn't matter you get your plan from 3rd party or themselves
#19
yulu91
dinglebin
I'm already with EE and out of contract. Can I take this deal and retain my existing number. I know you can request a PAC code when moving between providers but I've never gone through a 3rd party seller and stayed with the same provider. Thanks
As long as you get a PAC code you can move to any network as you like, doesn't matter you get your plan from 3rd party or themselves

But I'm already with EE and this deal is with EE so I don't think I can retain my number.

Can someone confirm this is correct?
#20
dinglebin
I'm already with EE and out of contract. Can I take this deal and retain my existing number. I know you can request a PAC code when moving between providers but I've never gone through a 3rd party seller and stayed with the same provider. Thanks
No you cannot take your number from EE to EE I tried and had to change my number, not a big deal for me but if you really want the same number you will have to move to another and then back again so try a monthly sim one and move back from there.

Edited By: kiepau on Feb 20, 2017 19:32
#21
Called up EE and also went into an EE store to see if they'd offer this but they refused.

I'm already an EE customer but my iPhone 6 just isn't working properly, desperate for a new phone, but not out of contract until April.

If I take this external offer with a new number, can I change it to my old number?
#22
WaxMechaniK
Called up EE and also went into an EE store to see if they'd offer this but they refused.
I'm already an EE customer but my iPhone 6 just isn't working properly, desperate for a new phone, but not out of contract until April.
If I take this external offer with a new number, can I change it to my old number?

I dont believe they will let you when you are on the same network...you could move your exitsing number to e.g GiffGaff for free and then move your number to this deal a week later
1 Like #23
People who want to keep existing number but is with EE and want to stay with EE...
cancel your contract tell them you want to go to PAYG keeping existing number..
then your free to start a new contract using your existing number..
I had this argument with EE yesterday. Lol
#24
Lynwen
People who want to keep existing number but is with EE and want to stay with EE...
cancel your contract tell them you want to go to PAYG keeping existing number..
then your free to start a new contract using your existing number..
I had this argument with EE yesterday. Lol

So when i start the new contract with EE via Mobiles Phone Direct I will initially be given a new number. How do I then request for EE to assign my old number that I've switched to a PAYG to the new phone contract?
#25
Yes... if your with EE, you can't take your number if you start a contract with a 3rd party and keep your number..
The only way round it is to change your sim card to PAYG then you can start with a new contract, keeping your existing number..
#26
Only if you have your contract with EE...
if you the contract you have now was with CPW or any other 3rd party, your ok... but if your like me, that took a contract out with EE themselves you can't keep your number and buy from a 3rd party..
#27
You end your contract, and tell EE that you want to keep your number but want it as PAYG, when you start a contract with mobiles.com or such like, they will be able to transfer your number from the PAYG to the new contract...
#28
It's easier to take your number to another network than from EE themselves...
All you need is to ask for a PAC code and your new network will be able to transfer your number across...
it's pathetic!!!!
#29
My daughter's partners contract ended in January, I've been on the case trying to get him an iPhone 7... when I phoned they said £55 for 10gb and unlimited texts and calls.. when I phoned them yesterday, they price matched mobiles.com... £40.99 for the above and no upfront costs..
#30
yulu91
pez555
Crazy how this site works.

I posted the same deal 3 months ago when the iPhone had just come out and it went to -234.


Lol that's so common and basically how this site works... lots of people votes with a glimpse of the picture or current degree without even reading the title not to mention details...


Absolutely right - I've been stunned by the number of recent deals that have got toasty-hot when the item is just its normal price, I wonder if it's this Trump-esque atmosphere of "fake news" being applied to this site. Literally an item is posted, one replies to point out it's the normal price, a flurry of angry denials from the OP follows and it soars to be super-hot. But the item is the normal price!

Anyway - thanks for sharing this OP looks like a good price for this phone including that data.
#31
Nujol
yulu91
pez555
Crazy how this site works.

I posted the same deal 3 months ago when the iPhone had just come out and it went to -234.


Lol that's so common and basically how this site works... lots of people votes with a glimpse of the picture or current degree without even reading the title not to mention details...


Absolutely right - I've been stunned by the number of recent deals that have got toasty-hot when the item is just its normal price, I wonder if it's this Trump-esque atmosphere of "fake news" being applied to this site. Literally an item is posted, one replies to point out it's the normal price, a flurry of angry denials from the OP follows and it soars to be super-hot. But the item is the normal price!

Anyway - thanks for sharing this OP looks like a good price for this phone including that data.


hukd gets money from referral links
#32
good deal, but tbh, after buying my 128gb OP3T for £450 and then paying £10 a month with Vodafone for u/l minutes and texts with 4gig of data I would not swap, but that's only my personal opinion.
#33
loislane1987
Does anyone know how this site works? I've just looked at the same deal on the actual EE website and it's much more expensive.... just wondering how they can offer a cheaper deal than the actual providers.
Thank you :)

The handsets are bought outside of the UK and given 'free' as part of the contract so there's no sales tax for the handset
4 Likes #34
Good god, HUKD voters are a bunch of idiots. How is this better than mine that got -131
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/apple-iphone-7-32gb-various-colours-unlimited-txts-mins-3gb-ee-25-99-p-m-for-24-2614246

and the guy who posted this 3 months ago and got -234. Ridiculous
1 Like #35
pez555
Crazy how this site works.
I posted the same deal 3 months ago when the iPhone had just come out and it went to -234.
Because most people who post and visit this site are absolute cretins.
#36
It's a good deal but sadly the equivalent upgrade costs £200 upfront for the phone. Heat added though!
#37
leyloleylo
leyloleylo
I'd say the mobiles.co.uk deal is better with a 32gb IPhone 7 for £50 upfront using code SAVE25 to get £25 off £75 then it is £30.99 a month for unlimited texts and mins and 5gb of data a month. Same package but £50 upfront rather than free but £5 a month cheaper for 24 months which makes it £70 cheaper over the term by my calculations. http://www.mobiles.co.uk/apple-iphone-7-32gb-silver.html?tid=EH1QMAUG16&affiliate=awinm-67035&awc=380_1487607013_dd75be2f5a5d39c2beeecc0617965a37&utm_source=Awin&utm_medium=Affiliate&utm_campaign=VoucherCodes
Actually the deal above I just posted doesn't say whether you get the 6 months of Apple Music or the 3 months BT sport so might not work out cheaper if you factor those in?
But they are 'free' with the other deal, but it costs more per month... so essentially not free :)
I like the cheaper deal at £30.99 a month, my missus looking for a new deal and its winning right now :)
Both deals are good though.
#38
Once you take out your contract with EE on this offer can it be changed with them? I'm on an EE 10gb unlimited calls/text with 7gb EU data etc for £15 and would like that. (I know, pigs might fly)!


Edited By: shutsy2003 on Feb 21, 2017 08:44
#39
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/iphone-7-plus-128gb-953-76-over-24m-33-49-pm-mobiles-co-uk-2552530?p=29872600
A lot of people got EE to upgrade the enclosed IPhone 7plus 128gb deal from 2gb to 10gb for £33.49pm. Always look at the deal, not the feedback. Just sayin!


Edited By: chomba on Feb 21, 2017 08:57
#40
rose gold - pink. get over yourself, Apple!

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