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Free Apple iPhone 4S 16GB Black refurbished
O2 iPhone 200 (24 months)
£27.00 monthly
With 200 mins & 500 texts
PLUS 500MB of data usage

I don't have an iphone & never have, I have a HTC desire & still think this is a decent deal as it has a total price of £648.

New and sim free would be £500 + £10p/m for 24 months = £740 but you would need to have £500 up front which alot of people don't have.

Hope it helps someone

Possible to get it for £444 via downgrade
- monkeybrains
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monkeybrains 1 Like #1
if you want just the phone, you can remove the £6 data. making the contract just £21.50 per month

after 12 month you downgrade the same contract to the next lowest tarrif for the last 12 month which will be £15.50. this will make it £258 for the first 12 month n then 186 for the last 12. meaning £444. correct me if im wrong but that is what is the cheapest way to get this phone without paying a big price on pay as you go
benjyyy#2
Already posted but I dont know why cold, looks a good deal to me.

Their website say that all refurbished phones come with a 12 month MANUFACTURERS warranty as well
Jammy007#3
and are only customer returns which are returned within 7 days
monkeybrains#4
the price maybe good but i once did buy a refurbished phone from this company a short while ago

it was NOT refurbished

it had personal data of the previous user all over it. it was a straight customer return.

i found out why the phone was returned to them after using it for a day or two... because it was faulty. i asked for an exchange. they said they can not do anything about it as they APPARENTLY have none in stock. tried everything to get an exchange but they refused. told me to go to manufacturer to sort it out, this would take up to around 14 day or so where i would have been without a phone. useless company, would never recommend them ever again. only good thing is their price, but you can see why.
ancom#5
can you keep your own number
Jammy007#6
Taking a positive from a bad situation, apple would just straight swap it would they not, meaning you then have a brand new iphone 4s?

Benjyyy, where is the previous posting of this deal, I searched, couldn't find it. Was interested to read the comments on there
melker#7
Notice the phone is showing as not in stock , but on pre order so no guarantee of when you'd get one.
benjyyy#8
Jammy007
Taking a positive from a bad situation, apple would just straight swap it would they not, meaning you then have a brand new iphone 4s?

Benjyyy, where is the previous posting of this deal, I searched, couldn't find it. Was interested to read the comments on there
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/apple-iphone-4s-16gb-black-refurbished-pre-order-27-pm-mobiles-co-uk-1144421#post13735972
Uridium#9
A lot of beer vouchers for a 2nd hand phone...even if it is "fully refurbished"
Rugrats#10
£648.00 I can hear gordon ramsay swearing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
with this money you can get an Asus i5 laptop from comet and iPod touch or a Lenovo tablet or maybe a nice weekend with lenny henry X):D:p:{

Edited By: Rugrats on Feb 17, 2012 14:45
Mish_Mash#11
benjyyy
I dont know why cold, looks a good deal to me.

£27 a month for a refurbished phone?

On a 24 month contract?
benjyyy#12
Mish_Mash
benjyyy
I dont know why cold, looks a good deal to me.

£27 a month for a refurbished phone?

On a 24 month contract?

Refurbished phone with a 12 month manufacturers warranty which will still sell for at least £200 in 2 years time.

£40 quidco and option to downgrade price plan
Jammy007 1 Like #13
Mish_Mash
benjyyy
I dont know why cold, looks a good deal to me.

£27 a month for a refurbished phone?

On a 24 month contract?


Some people would rather save £96 over the 24 months and have a refurb than £31 p/ with voda.
Just gives them that other option. Just trying to help.......

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