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iPhone 6 o2 5gb data 4g Free phone £38 a month @ Mobiles.co.uk £912.00

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iPhone 6 gold refurb O2 unlimited calls , text 5gb data 4g Free phone £38 a month Best deal with good amount of data Read More
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iPhone 6 gold refurb
O2 unlimited calls , text
5gb data 4g
Free phone
£38 a month
Best deal with good amount of data
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£912 - "Free phone" :D
I paid the retail price of £539 for my iPhone 6 - brand new from Apple.
Then I pay £15 per month with 3 for unlimited data and all the calls I need.
= £360 for 2 years
+ £539 for the phone (a bit more expensive than your free one!)
= £899 total for 2 years
unlimited data and a brand new phone.
And these are the non-sale prices.
How is this "best deal with a good amount of data"? And who says 4GB is a good amount.
#2
reakt
£912 - "Free phone" :D
I paid the retail price of £539 for my iPhone 6 - brand new from Apple.
Then I pay £15 per month with 3 for unlimited data and all the calls I need.
= £360 for 2 years
+ £539 for the phone (a bit more expensive than your free one!)
= £899 total for 2 years
unlimited data and a brand new phone.
And these are the non-sale prices.
How is this "best deal with a good amount of data"? And who says 4GB is a good amount.

So gigantic saving of £13? Because everybody has £539 spare to spend on a phone? I've never seen an apple refurb that wasn't as new and didn't come with the usual Apple warranty.

On threes website the only £15 tariff with AYCA data only has 200mins. I use that in a week. So just because that's all the minutes you need doesn't mean it's great for everyone. Just like 4GB data isn't enough for you but would be 4x what I need.

Sorry OP haven't voted either way because I can't bring myself to vote hot a deal which sees someone paying almost £1000 for a phone but the above comment isn't a good example as to why you should buy outright and go sim only for the sake of saving £13 over two years.


Edited By: Wotan on Jan 08, 2015 09:57
#3
Wotan
reakt
£912 - "Free phone" :D
I paid the retail price of £539 for my iPhone 6 - brand new from Apple.
Then I pay £15 per month with 3 for unlimited data and all the calls I need.
= £360 for 2 years
+ £539 for the phone (a bit more expensive than your free one!)
= £899 total for 2 years
unlimited data and a brand new phone.
And these are the non-sale prices.
How is this "best deal with a good amount of data"? And who says 4GB is a good amount.

So gigantic saving of £13? Because everybody has £539 spare to spend on a phone? I've never seen an apple refurb that wasn't as new and didn't come with the usual Apple warranty.

On threes website the only £15 tariff with AYCA data only has 200mins. I use that in a week. So just because that's all the minutes you need doesn't mean it's great for everyone. Just like 4GB data isn't enough for you but would be 4x what I need.

Sorry OP haven't voted either way because I can't bring myself to vote hot a deal which sees someone paying almost £1000 for a phone but the above comment isn't a good example as to why you should buy outright and go sim only for the sake of saving £13 over two years.

Although the example by reakt may not have been comparable the best route is to buy outright if remotely possible. I wouldn't advise anybody to get a new credit card just to spread cost of phone on interest free but it depends how desparate your are.

Something more comparable to above deal would be to get
Grade A iPhone 6 from smartfonestore for £420 (when in stock)
£15 tariff from Three with 600 mins and 4GB Data (or the tariff reakt mentions)
Total cost over 2 years £780
Saving £132

The added benefit that after 12 months you can search for another Sim Only/Pay Monthly deal. Keep the iPhone 6 or sell it to fund another mobile.
#4
Wotan
reakt
£912 - "Free phone" :D
I paid the retail price of £539 for my iPhone 6 - brand new from Apple.
Then I pay £15 per month with 3 for unlimited data and all the calls I need.
= £360 for 2 years
+ £539 for the phone (a bit more expensive than your free one!)
= £899 total for 2 years
unlimited data and a brand new phone.
And these are the non-sale prices.
How is this "best deal with a good amount of data"? And who says 4GB is a good amount.

So gigantic saving of £13? Because everybody has £539 spare to spend on a phone? I've never seen an apple refurb that wasn't as new and didn't come with the usual Apple warranty.

On threes website the only £15 tariff with AYCA data only has 200mins. I use that in a week. So just because that's all the minutes you need doesn't mean it's great for everyone. Just like 4GB data isn't enough for you but would be 4x what I need.

Sorry OP haven't voted either way because I can't bring myself to vote hot a deal which sees someone paying almost £1000 for a phone but the above comment isn't a good example as to why you should buy outright and go sim only for the sake of saving £13 over two years.

Read it again - I didn't say I made any savings. I paid the non-sale prices. Which happened to come in £13 cheaper as you worked out.
I was pointing out that this wasn't a hot deal either as it's just the standard price!
As for somebody who hasn't got £539 "to spare" - do you think it's a good idea then for somebody with a limited budget to commit to monthly outgoings of £38 on a non-essential luxury item? Because I don't.
#5
ok girls stop fighting now please its just a deal :p

Edited By: humadoon on Jan 08, 2015 11:07
#6
REFURB cold. Would have given heat if NEW.
#7
It's new basically with same apple warranty as new phone and its 5gb data not 4 , I couldn't find anything better that was free and with good amount of data below £40
#8
reakt
Wotan
reakt
£912 - "Free phone" :DI paid the retail price of £539 for my iPhone 6 - brand new from Apple.Then I pay £15 per month with 3 for unlimited data and all the calls I need.= £360 for 2 years+ £539 for the phone (a bit more expensive than your free one!)= £899 total for 2 yearsunlimited data and a brand new phone.And these are the non-sale prices.How is this "best deal with a good amount of data"? And who says 4GB is a good amount.
So gigantic saving of £13? Because everybody has £539 spare to spend on a phone? I've never seen an apple refurb that wasn't as new and didn't come with the usual Apple warranty.On threes website the only £15 tariff with AYCA data only has 200mins. I use that in a week. So just because that's all the minutes you need doesn't mean it's great for everyone. Just like 4GB data isn't enough for you but would be 4x what I need.Sorry OP haven't voted either way because I can't bring myself to vote hot a deal which sees someone paying almost £1000 for a phone but the above comment isn't a good example as to why you should buy outright and go sim only for the sake of saving £13 over two years.
Read it again - I didn't say I made any savings. I paid the non-sale prices. Which happened to come in £13 cheaper as you worked out.I was pointing out that this wasn't a hot deal either as it's just the standard price!As for somebody who hasn't got £539 "to spare" - do you think it's a good idea then for somebody with a limited budget to commit to monthly outgoings of £38 on a non-essential luxury item? Because I don't.

Plenty of people can afford £40 a month but don't have £540 sat around spare.

And I wasn't saying b what you did was the wrong way. I e bought every iPhone I've ever owned outright and gone sim only. But if all I was saving was £13 I probably wouldn't have bothered.
#9
jayks1
It's new basically with same apple warranty as new phone and its 5gb data not 4 , I couldn't find anything better that was free and with good amount of data below £40

So any price/plan comparisons should not be done against new phones. and apples refurb store prices should be used which are typically 15% less than new.

I am not against refurbs, I got my wife a 5 refurbed a few years ago. Did not come in nice original apple box though which annoyed her.
#10
There's always some good mass debating when the iPhone deals get posted.
#11
Daddio
There's always some good mass debating when the iPhone deals get posted.

Yes, in more ways than one with the holier than thou converts I suspect

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