(Brand New) Samsung Galaxy S7 32GB (Black/Gold/Pink) O2 Refresh deal £288 with code + free speaker worth £99 @ O2 - HotUKDeals
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(Brand New) Samsung Galaxy S7 32GB (Black/Gold/Pink) O2 Refresh deal £288 with code + free speaker worth £99 @ O2

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Go for the 20gb deal with £49.99 upfront and £42 monthly Airtime - £30 Device plan - £12 The phone element of contract is £12/month x 24=£288 Get £50 off the upfront cost.Promo code: TA6F… Read More
vassy4u Avatar
4m, 2d agoFound 4 months, 2 days ago
Go for the 20gb deal with £49.99 upfront and £42 monthly

Airtime - £30

Device plan - £12

The phone element of contract is £12/month x 24=£288

Get £50 off the upfront cost.Promo code: TA6FKBT413

- Claim a free Samsung speaker worth £99.99 when you buy the Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 edge. You’ll get a leaflet with your phone, with instructions on how to claim.

Ends 11 Jan.

Step by step guide for this deal

1) Follow the get deal button, purchase the £49.99 + £12*24 tariff.

2) Receive your phone and sim card.

3) Put the sim card into your phone and go onto myO2 (app or website) and from there request the unlock code.

4) Call 202 from the same sim card as it will make things much easier, go straight to the I want to leave o2 department or something like that (I think it's thinking of leaving us? Press something) as that will connect you with the right people much quicker.

5) Tell the person you want to pay your device in full and cancel the airtime. They will ask you why, tell them you don't think the airtime is a good value for money, but you want to keep the phone because you think it's an outstanding value for money. They will ask you for card details, you tell those details and that's it, they cancel it for you in about an hour.

6) You own the phone from that point, assumed that you have done this straightaway, there won't be any charges, otherwise you will have to pay as much airtime as you have used.

7) Unlock code will come through in about 2 to 48 hours

Thanks to chenzz for the code

Claim your free Samsung speaker

https://www.samsungpromotions.claims/pages/o2-freespeaker/home

- rodman
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14 Likes
Thanks vassy dropped my phone yesterday and need a new one ;)
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-J00gMlJtbBQ/To2ptftQrzI/AAAAAAAAAq0/nwJ38gA4UFQ/s1600/Cell_phones_kill.gif
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marv31
Not sure if you can just cancel Airtime contract after buying phone. Think they will let you buy the phone but not cancel your Airtime contract.
Distance selling rules allow you to cancel within 14 days of contract regardless of any o2 contact terms. Consumer contacts (information cancellation and additional charges) regulations 2013 s30 http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2013/3134/regulation/30/made o2 is only allowed to charge for services used not the full month if cancelling within 14 days for a service. The only reason you pay anything at all is that the regulations allow a service to be provided immediately if express permission is given by the consumer which o2 have likely cover in there terms and conditions. So in this case each day you fail to cancel the contract their would be a proportional charge of £1 each day. My advice is get the phone unlocked by requesting the unlock code and make sure the instant you do, cancel via phone/ email. At most you will pay £5 extra for the four days over Christmas. Also might be worth sending cancellation in writing recorded delivery quote your order and your rights under contract implied by the regs above after cancelling over the phone. If any of you guys want the template of my legal letter message me and I will forward when it's done. You could cancel debit credit/ cards and direct debits if paronoid o2 will try taking money after cancellation and payment for the handset. Please like this post so it gets to the top for others to see.





Edited By: ontheqt on Dec 23, 2016 10:56: grammer
6 Likes
Thanks Vas, I could do with a bigger phone

http://i.imgur.com/rxjurCp.gif
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A family friend recently bought a car on PCP, it came with £2500 cashback on delivery of the vehicle. They then cancelled the PCP contract and paid off in full within 14 days (some legal right to cancel), they had to pay interest up until the point they cancelled but kept the £2500 cashback.

Applied for a credit card last week and got refused as credit record showed that they took out PCP finance and to date have not made a monthly payment (because they paid off in full), so unless the finance company correctly record you paying off the phone it will show on your record and affect any future finance you apply for until its cleared correctly from your file. Not saying 02 are bad at this but it can happen especially if you apply for further credit within a short period after cancelling this contract.

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4 Likes #1
http://i64.tinypic.com/25u5chv.jpg

Edited By: vassy4u on Dec 22, 2016 21:37: .
6 Likes #2
Thanks Vas, I could do with a bigger phone

http://i.imgur.com/rxjurCp.gif
3 Likes #3
good find vassy , heat added :)
3 Likes #4
Frank30uk
Thanks Vas, I could do with a bigger phone


sradmad
good find vassy , heat added :)

Thanks guys
3 Likes #5
Amazing price, can't afford the risk to my credit score.
1 Like #6
Great stuff - ordered, cheers!

Also a free speaker thrown in too.
#7
Do you have to wait for unlock code to come through before cancelling contract - is unlock code sent to that sim card number?
1 Like #8
lol sorry were do you enter the promo code?
#9
Hot deal, quidco or any of that shizzle ?

I like the s7, but the speaker is a bit weak

Edited By: DonkeyKonk on Dec 22, 2016 21:46
#10
DonkeyKonk
Hot deal, quidco or any of that shizzle ?
Worth a try but since you are using a promo code the chances of being denied is high :(
2 Likes #11
kingbeanio
lol sorry were do you enter the promo code?
At the checkout. There is an option to enter the promo code.

Edited By: vassy4u on Dec 22, 2016 21:49
14 Likes #12
Thanks vassy dropped my phone yesterday and need a new one ;)
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-J00gMlJtbBQ/To2ptftQrzI/AAAAAAAAAq0/nwJ38gA4UFQ/s1600/Cell_phones_kill.gif
4 Likes #13
I'll just throw it out there, guys

It's £369.99 for S7 edge.
£9.99 +£15.00*25 = 369.99

Now FIGHT
1 Like #14
Great deal! Ordered one.
Was slightly confused as the tariff in the step-by-step guide did not match the one in the earlier description.
1 Like #15
Any idea which (Model) Samsung speaker get with this deal?
2 Likes #16
rohanp
Great deal! Ordered one.
Was slightly confused as the tariff in the step-by-step guide did not match the one in the earlier description.
Sorted
2 Likes #17
schwarzennegger
Any idea which (Model) Samsung speaker get with this deal?
Trying to find it..
1 Like #18
Holy moly, this is an amazing deal, can't imagine them honouring the speaker though if you cancel the airtime?
1 Like #19
Does anyone know where to enter the code please? I can't find it. Is it on the final step?
#20
iEimis
Holy moly, this is an amazing deal, can't imagine them honouring the speaker though if you cancel the airtime?
A leaflet comes along with the phone. It gives you the instructions on how to claim it.
1 Like #21
Can a mod merge the multiple threads posted on this deal today.
2 Likes #22
Tempted by this, was looking for a OnePlus 3 but not keen on paying an extra £70 for the new model which doesn't seem to add too much extra.

Only concerns on the O2 Refresh deals are the comments around credit score that seem to pop up from time to time, and how many crappy O2 specific apps are on the phone. Anyone care to reassure me please? :)
1 Like #23
didn't someone else post this about 2 hours ago?
2 Likes #25
stfagos
Does anyone know where to enter the code please? I can't find it. Is it on the final step?
http://i64.tinypic.com/34hjfb9.jpg
1 Like #26
mrmcdermot
didn't someone else post this about 2 hours ago?


OP of that post changed his title and description. His original title and price was entirely different. That's why it went cold. Then once this deal popped up OP managed to amend his title and description.

http://i66.tinypic.com/2h7gg9u.png

Thats OP s 2nd comment of his post to show his initial price was diff.


Edited By: vassy4u on Dec 22, 2016 22:12: .
#27
why would this affect your credit score?
1 Like #28
God, this is tempting, lesson learnt, never buy phones on contract anymore especially with refresh deals, hopefully they don't close this out, obviously if they wanted they would of done it already.
1 Like #29
burns94
why would this affect your credit score?

I've taken out 3 refresh deals in the past, and never had any other credit loans before, my credit score dropped quite a bit. This is because refresh deals work like a loan on your credit file, and it creates 2 lines as well instead of just one.
2 Likes #30
Are you 100% sure that we will be able to cancel Airtime Plan? Never done this before so bit nervous...

Otherwise deal is great..
1 Like #31
vassy4u
stfagos
Does anyone know where to enter the code please? I can't find it. Is it on the final step?
http://i64.tinypic.com/34hjfb9.jpg


You lovely person. Thank you!
#32
BeautyLoverz
Are you 100% sure that we will be able to cancel Airtime Plan? Never done this before so bit nervous...
Otherwise deal is great..
Done this couple of times over the years. No issues.
1 Like #33
Thanks mate, get mine tomorrow
#34
BeautyLoverz
Are you 100% sure that we will be able to cancel Airtime Plan? Never done this before so bit nervous...
Otherwise deal is great..

I just went on chat and asked the question, they said yes, able to cancel airtime without any cancellation charges once you have paid of phone.
#35
I've ordered this, first time I've bought a phone contact before, nervous that it won't work and I'll end up getting stung for it.
Any reason why this won't work?
Not bothered about my credit score as it's mint.
#36
On the other thread (where title was changed) someone has been in live chat to order phone and been told code is for tablets. Let's hope that o2 dispatch these before they cancel orders
#37
chenzz
I'll just throw it out there, guys

It's £369.99 for S7 edge.
£9.99 +£15.00*25 = 369.99

Now FIGHT


Is the S7 Edge new?
#38
unistudentparamedic
chenzz
I'll just throw it out there, guys
It's £369.99 for S7 edge.
£9.99 +£15.00*25 = 369.99
Now FIGHT
Is the S7 Edge new?
yes
#39
vassy4u
unistudentparamedic
chenzz
I'll just throw it out there, guys
It's £369.99 for S7 edge.
£9.99 +£15.00*25 = 369.99
Now FIGHT
Is the S7 Edge new?
yes

£82 for curved edges?? Or is there other differences?
1 Like #40
ericagradus
vassy4u
unistudentparamedic
chenzz
I'll just throw it out there, guys
It's £369.99 for S7 edge.
£9.99 +£15.00*25 = 369.99
Now FIGHT
Is the S7 Edge new?
yes
£82 for curved edges?? Or is there other differences?
http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/samsung-galaxy-s7-vs-s7-edge

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