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iPhone 6S Plus 64GB - Almost Perfect for £433.99 @ O2

£433.99 @ O2
Pretty good deal for a 6S Plus with 64GB on a o2 refresh deal, choose the 20GB data with upfront £49.99 and monthly £46.00 and you'll only need to pay off total device at £433.99
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Pretty good deal for a 6S Plus with 64GB on a o2 refresh deal, choose the 20GB data with upfront £49.99 and monthly £46.00 and you'll only need to pay off total device at £433.99
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#1
Can you guys at least tell me why you guys voting cold? This was RRP £700. Now they sell 32GB for £600 but this deal has double that storage and you still get 12 month warranty.
#2
Nohm
Can you guys at least tell me why you guys voting cold? This was RRP £700. Now they sell 32GB for £600 but this deal has double that storage and you still get 12 month warranty.
Its an overpriced apple product, it cant be considered a deal! ;)
#3
Nohm
Can you guys at least tell me why you guys voting cold? This was RRP £700. Now they sell 32GB for £600 but this deal has double that storage and you still get 12 month warranty.


Is that a rrp for brand new? For a 2nd hand phone, and for nearly being "last season", it's bloody expensive!
#4
kireir
Nohm
Can you guys at least tell me why you guys voting cold? This was RRP £700. Now they sell 32GB for £600 but this deal has double that storage and you still get 12 month warranty.
Is that a rrp for brand new? For a 2nd hand phone, and for nearly being "last season", it's bloody expensive!
Doesn't matter what you think about the product, it's all about the deal being the lowest price available which I believe it is.
#5
I think it's a cracking deal. I don't fancy buying a new pair of headphones for my iPhone yet so think I'll jump on this.
#6
Savedotmoney
I think it's a cracking deal. I don't fancy buying a new pair of headphones for my iPhone yet so think I'll jump on this.
Glad you find it useful, just fyi you do get a 3.5mm headphone jack adapter with the iPhone 7.
#7
To anyone considering this, I've just had my second iPhone 6 of the week from O2 Refresh. Both were described as "Almost Perfect", the first came bent by the volume rocker and the second came with large squares dotted across the screen. I'd avoid them from now on, I don't get how a big company can be so useless.
#8
stevecavery
To anyone considering this, I've just had my second iPhone 6 of the week from O2 Refresh. Both were described as "Almost Perfect", the first came bent by the volume rocker and the second came with large squares dotted across the screen. I'd avoid them from now on, I don't get how a big company can be so useless.
You was just unlucky, I however got the iPhone 6 deal which was going on last month or so and it came out completely perfect, no scratches or scuffs.
#9
Nohm
kireir
Nohm
Can you guys at least tell me why you guys voting cold? This was RRP £700. Now they sell 32GB for £600 but this deal has double that storage and you still get 12 month warranty.
Is that a rrp for brand new? For a 2nd hand phone, and for nearly being "last season", it's bloody expensive!
Doesn't matter what you think about the product, it's all about the deal being the lowest price available which I believe it is.


Not opinion, I'm an apple user myself, wouldn't think about paying anything near that for a 2nd hand handset, foolish if you think it's a great deal. £46 a month for something that's 2nd hand, and not new on the market, but YOUD pay it? O2 must love seeing you coming!
#10
kireir
Nohm
kireir
Nohm
Can you guys at least tell me why you guys voting cold? This was RRP £700. Now they sell 32GB for £600 but this deal has double that storage and you still get 12 month warranty.
Is that a rrp for brand new? For a 2nd hand phone, and for nearly being "last season", it's bloody expensive!
Doesn't matter what you think about the product, it's all about the deal being the lowest price available which I believe it is.
Not opinion, I'm an apple user myself, wouldn't think about paying anything near that for a 2nd hand handset, foolish if you think it's a great deal. £46 a month for something that's 2nd hand, and not new on the market, but YOUD pay it? O2 must love seeing you coming!

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#11
kireir
Nohm
kireir
Nohm
Can you guys at least tell me why you guys voting cold? This was RRP £700. Now they sell 32GB for £600 but this deal has double that storage and you still get 12 month warranty.
Is that a rrp for brand new? For a 2nd hand phone, and for nearly being "last season", it's bloody expensive!
Doesn't matter what you think about the product, it's all about the deal being the lowest price available which I believe it is.
Not opinion, I'm an apple user myself, wouldn't think about paying anything near that for a 2nd hand handset, foolish if you think it's a great deal. £46 a month for something that's 2nd hand, and not new on the market, but YOUD pay it? O2 must love seeing you coming!
There's no monthly anything. You get the contract, pay off handset and cancel. Which should be all together £433.99
#12
Mine arrives tomorrow, so what is the process for unlocking and cancelling the airtime? Thanks
#13
italkapple
Mine arrives tomorrow, so what is the process for unlocking and cancelling the airtime? Thanks

Can you update regarding the quality of the phone, accessories etc please?
#14
Why is this so cold, can't see the same iPhone cheaper anywhere else?
#15
Torres76
italkapple
Mine arrives tomorrow, so what is the process for unlocking and cancelling the airtime? Thanks
Can you update regarding the quality of the phone, accessories etc please?

Accessories, as far as i am aware, you only get a charger with it. - Quality, i definitely can as soon as it arrives. it will have less than 5 marks on it and less than 2mm in length if there is anything. NO marks on the screen. The marks i expect would be normal day to day, you know putting in a pocket with coins etc. but the phones are either 14 days or less old; or up to 30 days i believe.
#16
Hi, could you possibly explain how this is done please? do you pay the initial charges upfront but then you can reclaim them back within a specific period of time by cancelling the contract? it's all a bit confusing, sorry.
#17
anthonyf218
Hi, could you possibly explain how this is done please? do you pay the initial charges upfront but then you can reclaim them back within a specific period of time by cancelling the contract? it's all a bit confusing, sorry.
Hi, from the previous iPhone 6 deal which went for £190. What had to be done is that you order the tarrif deal I've said in the description, when the device arrives call o2 ask to pay off the device and then ask them to cancel the contract. For cancelling the contract you might be unable to do it with the person who helped you pay off the device so call again to get in-touch with someone else for cancelling. And then after you should have the ability to unlock o2 devices infinite times. Like I have done after cancelling my contract I unlocked a samsung s6 2 months after.



Edited By: Nohm on Sep 13, 2016 14:46
#18
J400uk
Why is this so cold, can't see the same iPhone cheaper anywhere else?
Too many people on the Apple hate bandwagon, besides that it might have clouded there judgment and not realised that this is the higher end model of the 6S and it's 4x the storage then standard.
#19
Torres76
italkapple
Mine arrives tomorrow, so what is the process for unlocking and cancelling the airtime? Thanks
Can you update regarding the quality of the phone, accessories etc please?
From my previous o2 refresh for iPhone 6 it was completely new almost, no scartches/dents or anything, hopefully it's the same here as well. Comes without the cellophane plastic but with lightning cable without plug and with sim ejector pin
#20
Hi all, this was indeed as new. Only one tiny mark which I have taken pictures of the whole phone and will upload today or tomorrow. The phone came with the lightning cable and sin card eject tool.
#21
italkapple
Hi all, this was indeed as new. Only one tiny mark which I have taken pictures of the whole phone and will upload today or tomorrow. The phone came with the lightning cable and sin card eject tool.
Great to hear
#22
thanks for the clarification above. Really tempted to buy, only thing that plays on my mind is whether the price of it will go down after this Friday's release of the iphone 7. Has anyone any experience of whether thats likely or not?
#23
I got a brand new one, even though ordered this deal! Sealed, all accessories... BOOM!
#24
anthonyf218
thanks for the clarification above. Really tempted to buy, only thing that plays on my mind is whether the price of it will go down after this Friday's release of the iphone 7. Has anyone any experience of whether thats likely or not?
In my opinion, prices normally drop when the phones announced like trade in prices, and since you can preorder the iPhone 7 that is technically the new one, so any price drops should of happened, but I'd hold out until maybe next week to be sure
#25
I sold my 5s 32GB unlocked tonight, £160 quid. Not bad considering the phone was 3 years old... I had it since launch day.
1 Like #26
anthonyf218
thanks for the clarification above. Really tempted to buy, only thing that plays on my mind is whether the price of it will go down after this Friday's release of the iphone 7. Has anyone any experience of whether thats likely or not?
That's what I'm thinking as well, was about to purchase this when I made this deal but thought I'd wait out for actual release of iPhone 7 then order this next week if hopefully it's still available.
#27
rjtaylor1980
I got a brand new one, even though ordered this deal! Sealed, all accessories... BOOM!
What! sealed in the box? If so check warranty, even thought o2 give there own warranty for 12 months, it's always best to have with apple when possible.
#28
Nohm
rjtaylor1980
I got a brand new one, even though ordered this deal! Sealed, all accessories... BOOM!
What! sealed in the box? If so check warranty, even thought o2 give there own warranty for 12 months, it's always best to have with apple when possible.


Yes, all sealed. BUT shop called me last night to say they gave me someone else's phone so want it returned.. Seems crazy to me as it is now in "almost perfect" condition and I've actually paid off the cost of the handset in full, against the imei code for this phone....
#29
rjtaylor1980
Nohm
rjtaylor1980
I got a brand new one, even though ordered this deal! Sealed, all accessories... BOOM!
What! sealed in the box? If so check warranty, even thought o2 give there own warranty for 12 months, it's always best to have with apple when possible.
Yes, all sealed. BUT shop called me last night to say they gave me someone else's phone so want it returned.. Seems crazy to me as it is now in "almost perfect" condition and I've actually paid off the cost of the handset in full, against the imei code for this phone....
Surely you are within your rights to keep it.
#30
rjtaylor1980
Nohm
rjtaylor1980
I got a brand new one, even though ordered this deal! Sealed, all accessories... BOOM!
What! sealed in the box? If so check warranty, even thought o2 give there own warranty for 12 months, it's always best to have with apple when possible.
Yes, all sealed. BUT shop called me last night to say they gave me someone else's phone so want it returned.. Seems crazy to me as it is now in "almost perfect" condition and I've actually paid off the cost of the handset in full, against the imei code for this phone....
Yeah, let us know if you were able to keep it lol
#31
TheOak
rjtaylor1980
Nohm
rjtaylor1980
I got a brand new one, even though ordered this deal! Sealed, all accessories... BOOM!
What! sealed in the box? If so check warranty, even thought o2 give there own warranty for 12 months, it's always best to have with apple when possible.
Yes, all sealed. BUT shop called me last night to say they gave me someone else's phone so want it returned.. Seems crazy to me as it is now in "almost perfect" condition and I've actually paid off the cost of the handset in full, against the imei code for this phone....
Surely you are within your rights to keep it.


That's my view as well as I made a purchase decision based on this phone, not an unseen one. But the store manager is being a right @rse. You'd think an O2 shop would know how to sell phones...
Good job I take whichever handset I end up with to three....
1 Like #32
rjtaylor1980
Nohm
rjtaylor1980
I got a brand new one, even though ordered this deal! Sealed, all accessories... BOOM!
What! sealed in the box? If so check warranty, even thought o2 give there own warranty for 12 months, it's always best to have with apple when possible.
Yes, all sealed. BUT shop called me last night to say they gave me someone else's phone so want it returned.. Seems crazy to me as it is now in "almost perfect" condition and I've actually paid off the cost of the handset in full, against the imei code for this phone....
Phone him back and say, I've just been boxing it up and accidentally dropped it. The corner has a dent and chip out the screen. Do you still want it?
#33
Got the phone delivered a couple of days ago. Pristine condition. The phone had only been charged twice ever. Comes in a basic cardboard box with lightning cable and sim remover tool that's it. Up to 72 hours for unlock process to complete but I cancelled the airtime plan and payed off the device immediately.
#34
Tried a 7 Plus today and wasn't that impressed so I've gone for this instead! Paid a bit extra for Saturday delivery. Hoping it should be a nice upgrade from my 2 year old 6 :)

Plan to pay of the handset ASAP, is there any risk of getting charged for Airtime if I delay by a few days?
#35
looks like the prices have gone up for both the 6s and 6sPlus. That answers the question around whether they would reduce once the 7 arrived!
#36
J400uk
Tried a 7 Plus today and wasn't that impressed so I've gone for this instead! Paid a bit extra for Saturday delivery. Hoping it should be a nice upgrade from my 2 year old 6 :)
Plan to pay of the handset ASAP, is there any risk of getting charged for Airtime if I delay by a few days?
Yeah you get charged for each day when you order so best to order in weekdays, but since you ordered special Saturday, you should be good
anthonyf218
looks like the prices have gone up for both the 6s and 6sPlus. That answers the question around whether they would reduce once the 7 arrived!
Nope, still see same price.

Edited By: Nohm on Sep 16, 2016 22:17
#37
looks like i was clicking on the wrong tariffs, sorry!
#38
would anyone know if it actually takes the full 72 hours to unlock, or is it generally sooner?
#39
usually 24hrs, but I think you'll be able to unlock any o2 device even after the contract as I unlocked a Samsung s6 through the unlock form a month after cancelling and went through
1 Like #40
I'm 48hrs and still locked.
Ended up having to change for the "nearly new " handset but it is spotless, not a mark on it. And they let me keep retail packaging with all accessories so not a bad outcome. Just need it to unlock now...
Concern I have is o2 say to keep o2 sim in phone during unlock period but contract is cancelled so effectively no sim? Let's see...

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