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iPhone 7 32GB from very.co.uk £602.99 (inc del) 12 months 0% interest

£602.99 @ Very
Firstly... Can I ask people not to vote cold just because it's an iPhone deal please. Everybody is entitled to their own opinions on the product, good or bad. The 20 month deal directly from Apple is … Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
Firstly... Can I ask people not to vote cold just because it's an iPhone deal please. Everybody is entitled to their own opinions on the product, good or bad. The 20 month deal directly from Apple is a good deal and is unfairly sitting at -215°

Very are offering most of the iPhone 7 models at RRP sim free and they can be purchased with 12 months buy now pay later (which if you pay off within 12 months is absolutely interest free).
This seems to be the best option if you don't have £599+ to spend straight away but don't want to get locked in to a 20 or 24 month contract.

Some examples of delivery dates:
In stock - (presumably can be delivered tomorrow)
iPhone 7 256Gb - Silver - £799
iPhone 7 256Gb - Gold - £799

Delivery by 26th September
iPhone 7 128Gb - Gold - £699
iPhone 7 128Gb - Black - £699

Delivery by 10th October
iPhone 7 32Gb - Black - £599

Delivery by 17th October
iPhone 7 32Gb - Silver - £599
iPhone 7 32Gb - Gold - £599
iPhone 7 32Gb - Rose Gold - £599
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
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1 Like #1
james1290

Firstly... Can I ask people not to vote cold just because it's an iPhone deal please. Everybody is entitled to their own opinions on the product, good or bad. The 20 month deal directly from Apple is a good deal and is unfairly sitting at -215°
Very are offering most of the iPhone 7 models at RRP sim free and they can be purchased with 12 months buy now pay later (which if you pay off within 12 months is absolutely interest free).
This seems to be the best option if you don't have £599+ to spend straight away but don't want to get locked in to a 20 or 24 month contract.
Some examples of delivery dates:
In stock - (presumably can be delivered tomorrow)
iPhone 7 256Gb - Silver - £799
iPhone 7 256Gb - Gold - £799
Delivery by 26th September
iPhone 7 128Gb - Gold - £699
iPhone 7 128Gb - Black - £699
Delivery by 10th October
iPhone 7 32Gb - Black - £599
Delivery by 17th October
iPhone 7 32Gb - Silver - £599
iPhone 7 32Gb - Gold - £599
iPhone 7 32Gb - Rose Gold - £599
#2
Perhaps a good deal, but Very are not nice people to deal with. They are bureaucratic an organisation that think they are untouchable.
#4
strange.. very like to screw people with the interest.
#5
Can you use the first time customer 20% off on this ?
#6
is this completely unlocked or locked to the first SIM you put in? i bought direct from Apple as I was under the illusion only iPhones from apple remained unlocked - either way heat added
#7
love how people on here vote cold just because they either don't like the product or it has the word Apple in the title. A deal is a deal in my opinion. Heat added from me
#8
I'm not sure this could be classed as a deal. It's rrp, with the interest free credit that would appear to be appealing to the OP. The same as getting an interested free credit card for purchases really.
People will vote cold regardless of being asked not to, based on the perception of a lack of value in some apple products.
1 Like #9
Is there a deal here?
#10
JellybearXo
Can you use the first time customer 20% off on this ?

No not anymore. They've excluded Apple and Samsung products from the code.
#11
Not got the option of 12 months payment, only pay in 3 payments.
3 Likes #12
When your first line is telling people not to vote cold..... People are gonna vote cold!
#13
skinrush
I'm not sure this could be classed as a deal. It's rrp, with the interest free credit that would appear to be appealing to the OP. The same as getting an interested free credit card for purchases really.
People will vote cold regardless of being asked not to, based on the perception of a lack of value in some apple products.
Posts for interest free or low rate credit cards often get lots of heat, so I think this could be considered a deal on that basis. Just a difference of opinion I guess
#14
StetheH
Not got the option of 12 months payment, only pay in 3 payments.
I had to create a new account to get the BNPL 12 months option. Sorry should've mentioned!
1 Like #15
tchau
When your first line is telling people not to vote cold..... People are gonna vote cold!
I'm just asking for people to be reasonable, but I have been a member long enough to know that's not always how our community works
#16
I agree that is a very good deal. They're not taking any more orders at the moment but if people can get it from Apple they should.
#17
Its a Crapple rip off , but probably this deal better than the rest.

Apple consistently rip off all its stupid fans who don't know any better!

Its only a mobile phone after all!

Didn't vote either way bye the way!(_;)



Edited By: cullies on Sep 15, 2016 19:51: s
1 Like #18
Why are people so anti very on here? I've been with them for years and never ever been charged interest or had issues with refunds, I think people hate on very out of pure ignorance
#19
frozencake
Why are people so anti very on here? I've been with them for years and never ever been charged interest or had issues with refunds, I think people hate on very out of pure ignorance



I have tried to buy twice in very and both times they did not deliver the goods, it took ages for me to get the refund. I will never buy again from them.
1 Like #20
I've never had an issue with Very. I even bought an iPad using a 20% voucher all went through fine.
#21
danielson1978
is this completely unlocked or locked to the first SIM you put in? i bought direct from Apple as I was under the illusion only iPhones from apple remained unlocked - either way heat added


they do. you just have to factory reset it then stick a different simply card in.
#22
hmm well I only got £500 when I signed up and I couldn't buy anything over that even when I said il pay the extra
#23
I ordered mine the morning of pre order through Very because it said it would be delivered day of release (today), contacted them as it's still not
showing dispatched, pushed from pillar to post, only to find out that they have NO STOCK & they have no idea when they will be sending it to me!! They are useless !
#24
Cashback200
I ordered mine the morning of pre order through Very because it said it would be delivered day of release (today), contacted them as it's still not
showing dispatched, pushed from pillar to post, only to find out that they have NO STOCK & they have no idea when they will be sending it to me!! They are useless !
In fairness, I ordered it on contract from three morning of pre orders, i got a text last night saying its delayed as they have no stock


Edited By: Pr0zZy on Sep 16, 2016 22:43
#25
Pr0zZy
Cashback200
I ordered mine the morning of pre order through Very because it said it would be delivered day of release (today), contacted them as it's still not
showing dispatched, pushed from pillar to post, only to find out that they have NO STOCK & they have no idea when they will be sending it to me!! They are useless !
In fairness, I ordered it on contract from three morning of pre orders, i got a text last night saying its delayed as they have no stock



I see, but at least Three had the decency to let you know, Very involved the first. live chat they disconnected when they saw what I was querying , second live chat telling me to phone this number to track where it was, only to find that was just the number for customer services (who I was talking to on live chat)!!
#26
I can't see how this is a deal. The iPhone is extortionately priced at £700 (if you want decent memory higher than 32GB) . Paying that interest free doesn't make it better because you are still ultimately paying the outrageous price (so while they may not be profiting from interest, they certainly are from markup alone)!

If you were getting some reasonable discount on the RRP then that would be a deal imo. It's bad enough that the UK is one of the most expensive places to buy an iPhone.
2 Likes #27
alpha40
I can't see how this is a deal. The iPhone is extortionately priced at £700 (if you want decent memory higher than 32GB) . Paying that interest free doesn't make it better because you are still ultimately paying the outrageous price (so while they may not be profiting from interest, they certainly are from markup alone)!

If you were getting some reasonable discount on the RRP then that would be a deal imo. It's bad enough that the UK is one of the most expensive places to buy an iPhone.


The site is here to highlight the best deal on a product in the U.K. It's a pretty simple concept being ruined by people voting because they don't like the product. This is a good deal IF you want an iPhone 7 bought in the U.K. Hopefully a little light just switched on in your head.
#28
ashdogra69
JellybearXo
Can you use the first time customer 20% off on this ?

No not anymore. They've excluded Apple and Samsung products from the code.


well my friend did it and it gave him 20% with the new bose qc 35 but ive noticed it didn't give him the 12 months bnpl option
1 Like #29
cullies
Its a Crapple rip off , but probably this deal better than the rest.
Apple consistently rip off all its stupid fans who don't know any better!
Its only a mobile phone after all!
Didn't vote either way bye the way!(_;)

I'd just like to highlight the words in bold type.
That's all.

Edited By: ScroopEgerton on Sep 23, 2016 16:04
#30
Never had any problems with Very tbh.

Returned two phones both outside of 28 return window, in fact one recently was 3 months after took a little haggling at first since they wanted to make me go through the manufacture but they did and refunded money within 2 days of it being picked up.

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