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Iphone 7 plus 128gb 10% off £737.10 VERY

£737.10 @ Very
Silver IPhone 7 plus 128gb £819 down to £737.10 with 10% off automatic re credit when checked out with buy now pay later, 0% finance for a year plus a £3.99 postage fee. Deal available until Tuesday… Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Silver IPhone 7 plus 128gb £819 down to £737.10 with 10% off automatic re credit when checked out with buy now pay later, 0% finance for a year plus a £3.99 postage fee.
Deal available until Tuesday 6th December on both iPhone 7 models. Limited stock in iPhone 7 plus models - 128gb silver, 32gb Matt black
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
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suspended 2 Likes #1
I only get £600 credit in my account so how can I get this
1 Like #2
I will ask hotukdeals to correct my post, i guess it must be for existing very account holders who have gained a higher limit to spend?
#3
Anyone without a current very account would still be able to check out a standard iPhone 7 32gb on this same 10% off deal with this £600 spending limit.
#4
Get 10% back!
1. Buy any Apple product £100+ and select Buy Now Pay Later at checkout.
2. We'll automatically credit 10% of the Apple product price back to your account by 16th January 2017, and we’ll email you when we have applied the credit to your account.
Buy Now Pay Later allows you to delay payment for up to 6, 9 or 12 months. The payment free period starts when you place your order.

Avoid interest by paying in full within the payment free period. If you don't, interest will be charged. Find out more in checkout.

Delivery charges are payable on your next statement.

Order must be placed online. If you return your item, the credit will be reversed. This offer can't be used in conjunction with other offers. Offer live 28th Nov – 6th Dec 2016.
#5
argosextra
I only get £600 credit in my account so how can I get this
You cant unfortunately.
#6
Yes you can open an account make a payment of the balance between your limit and your item then you limit goes up also 10% off new customers and it does work i got 20% off macbook
#7
I wish it was sim free iPhone, but unfortunately only 4 retailers are selling uk stock proper sim free. Shame.
#8
prezesmaks
I wish it was sim free iPhone, but unfortunately only 4 retailers are selling uk stock proper sim free. Shame.

it says it is sim free on the description ??
#9
Be very, very careful on picking the correct option when purchasing. I am still chasing my 10% as they say I did not pick the Buy Now Pay Later option.
#10
jboy123
prezesmaks
I wish it was sim free iPhone, but unfortunately only 4 retailers are selling uk stock proper sim free. Shame.

it says it is sim free on the description ??


Then it is wrong. It is not sim free. Its unlocked. It will lock to first network and you wont be able to use any other network before unlocking it. For most ppl its fine but resale value is a bit lower and I would rather have an option to use different pay n go sim in a future.

Its false advertising. Sim free means (imho) you can put any sim anytime.
They should not be charging same retail price(excluding promo obviously) for iPhones as Apple when there is significant difference in "sim free" definition :)
Just my thought on this one.
So real sim free iPhones you can buy from: Giffgaff, John Lewis, Apple and apparently Three. That is it.
#11
I also think the delivery date on the Very website might be wrong, I ordered mine in September, and it only got dispatched yesterday. The order was processed by apple directly, for the 7 plus Apple's website saying 2-3 week lead time, I just wondering how Very manage to have it in stock. Anyone ordered this yesterday get it dispatch today?
#12
wss
Be very, very careful on picking the correct option when purchasing. I am still chasing my 10% as they say I did not pick the Buy Now Pay Later option.
I've just opened an account to use this discount but I only get the take 3 option and not the buy now pay later, guess I wouldn't get the 10% discount if I used the take 3?
#13
Baz8790
wss
Be very, very careful on picking the correct option when purchasing. I am still chasing my 10% as they say I did not pick the Buy Now Pay Later option.
I've just opened an account to use this discount but I only get the take 3 option and not the buy now pay later, guess I wouldn't get the 10% discount if I used the take 3?


I was given 3 options. Take 3, pay minimum amount or buy now and pay within 12 months to accrue no interest. I chose the last option and they have said this was just the standard purchase option and not the buy now pay later needed for the 10% discount. I would just be careful with any option. I would suggest an email to them but they are currently taking 4 days to respond.
#14
Has anyone had any luck combining this with the new customer offer?
#15
argosextra
I only get £600 credit in my account so how can I get this


Could you not phone them and credit your account with the extra £137.10, then order the phone?
#16
Ordered mine from Very on 10th Oct for delivery 1st Dec...on 30th Nov that date changed to 10th Dec, despite being told that day it would definitely be there "tomorrow"...I was not surprised by these events. Still the cheapest around though so I'll just wait a bit longer...
#17
prezesmaks
jboy123
prezesmaks
I wish it was sim free iPhone, but unfortunately only 4 retailers are selling uk stock proper sim free. Shame.
it says it is sim free on the description ??
Then it is wrong. It is not sim free. Its unlocked. It will lock to first network and you wont be able to use any other network before unlocking it. For most ppl its fine but resale value is a bit lower and I would rather have an option to use different pay n go sim in a future.
Its false advertising. Sim free means (imho) you can put any sim anytime.
They should not be charging same retail price(excluding promo obviously) for iPhones as Apple when there is significant difference in "sim free" definition :)
Just my thought on this one.
So real sim free iPhones you can buy from: Giffgaff, John Lewis, Apple and apparently Three. That is it.

Bought my last sim free / unlocked handset from Currys. Put a Three sim in...worked fine. Changed to a Vodafone sim...worked fine.
#18
RichieCJ
Ordered mine from Very on 10th Oct for delivery 1st Dec...on 30th Nov that date changed to 10th Dec, despite being told that day it would definitely be there "tomorrow"...I was not surprised by these events. Still the cheapest around though so I'll just wait a bit longer...
I ordered the Rose Gold 128g on 20th Sep for delivery by 22th Oct, then changed to 26th Nov, then changed to 10th Dec. On 29th Nov I checked the Very website saw the 7 plus showing in stock for delivery in the next working day, then I contacted Very customer service and they said that might be website error, the iPhone still in short supply, the advisor told me to wait to the due date, however, in the afternoon I got an email saying the iPhone dispatched, finally I got the phone yesterday. I waited more than 2 month for the phone. I suggested you keep an eye on the Very website, if it is showing in stock then talk to customer service immediately, I think it is a bit unfair they still want you to wait while they have stock and put it on the website for sale for delivery in the next 1 or 2 working days.
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RichieCJ
prezesmaks
jboy123
prezesmaks
I wish it was sim free iPhone, but unfortunately only 4 retailers are selling uk stock proper sim free. Shame.
it says it is sim free on the description ??
Then it is wrong. It is not sim free. Its unlocked. It will lock to first network and you wont be able to use any other network before unlocking it. For most ppl its fine but resale value is a bit lower and I would rather have an option to use different pay n go sim in a future.
Its false advertising. Sim free means (imho) you can put any sim anytime.
They should not be charging same retail price(excluding promo obviously) for iPhones as Apple when there is significant difference in "sim free" definition :)
Just my thought on this one.
So real sim free iPhones you can buy from: Giffgaff, John Lewis, Apple and apparently Three. That is it.

Bought my last sim free / unlocked handset from Currys. Put a Three sim in...worked fine. Changed to a Vodafone sim...worked fine.


That is something new to me. Went to store few days ago and was advised it will be locked to first network hence declined my order. Will try and get some clarification.
#20
Ordered Wednesday delivered today special delivery sim free no issues at all
#21
Ordered, thanks, best deal out there by a mile

Hot from me!

Edited By: catherton on Dec 02, 2016 18:25
#22
Ordered mine when this deal was posted a couple of days ago. Checked status and now dispatched for delivery tomorrow, so they must have had stock (noticed the silver is now out of stock though).

Thanks Op as definitely the best deal out there for this. Guess it has been voted cold as it's Apple, as usual.
#23
This is a great deal also had a £15 off voucher KRUQT
#24
Got the iPhone 7 plus in rose gold the only one still in stock
#25
It doesnt give me the option buy noe pay later too get the 10% off
#26
ShopQueenB
It doesnt give me the option buy noe pay later too get the 10% off


If you have an account you should get the option for bnpl
#27
So if you choose buy now pay 12 month later they add the 10% too your account
#28
Yes
#29
bebetositu
RichieCJ
Ordered mine from Very on 10th Oct for delivery 1st Dec...on 30th Nov that date changed to 10th Dec, despite being told that day it would definitely be there "tomorrow"...I was not surprised by these events. Still the cheapest around though so I'll just wait a bit longer...
I ordered the Rose Gold 128g on 20th Sep for delivery by 22th Oct, then changed to 26th Nov, then changed to 10th Dec. On 29th Nov I checked the Very website saw the 7 plus showing in stock for delivery in the next working day, then I contacted Very customer service and they said that might be website error, the iPhone still in short supply, the advisor told me to wait to the due date, however, in the afternoon I got an email saying the iPhone dispatched, finally I got the phone yesterday. I waited more than 2 month for the phone. I suggested you keep an eye on the Very website, if it is showing in stock then talk to customer service immediately, I think it is a bit unfair they still want you to wait while they have stock and put it on the website for sale for delivery in the next 1 or 2 working days.

Cheers for that. Funnily enough, on 29th Nov it was showing in stock (and for delivery by 30th!!). Contacted CS and they just said 'yeah those people won't get their phone'...so they're just lying now? brill!
#30
prezesmaks
jboy123
prezesmaks
I wish it was sim free iPhone, but unfortunately only 4 retailers are selling uk stock proper sim free. Shame.
it says it is sim free on the description ??
Then it is wrong. It is not sim free. Its unlocked. It will lock to first network and you wont be able to use any other network before unlocking it. For most ppl its fine but resale value is a bit lower and I would rather have an option to use different pay n go sim in a future.
Its false advertising. Sim free means (imho) you can put any sim anytime.
They should not be charging same retail price(excluding promo obviously) for iPhones as Apple when there is significant difference in "sim free" definition :)
Just my thought on this one.
So real sim free iPhones you can buy from: Giffgaff, John Lewis, Apple and apparently Three. That is it.
the easy workaround is putting a pay and go sim from a company that has the easiest policy on unlocking.
it's not a biggie.
#31
Tequila
prezesmaks
jboy123
prezesmaks
I wish it was sim free iPhone, but unfortunately only 4 retailers are selling uk stock proper sim free. Shame.
it says it is sim free on the description ??
Then it is wrong. It is not sim free. Its unlocked. It will lock to first network and you wont be able to use any other network before unlocking it. For most ppl its fine but resale value is a bit lower and I would rather have an option to use different pay n go sim in a future.
Its false advertising. Sim free means (imho) you can put any sim anytime.
They should not be charging same retail price(excluding promo obviously) for iPhones as Apple when there is significant difference in "sim free" definition :)
Just my thought on this one.
So real sim free iPhones you can buy from: Giffgaff, John Lewis, Apple and apparently Three. That is it.
the easy workaround is putting a pay and go sim from a company that has the easiest policy on unlocking.
it's not a biggie.


I agree, not a massive issue but why then charge full price. And most of them do not put info that phone will be locked to first network.
#32
sold out :-(
#33
Could I get it for £350 cuz that's all I get
#34
they just had a few more in stock today. Now i think out of stock. So if still on the look out, keep an eye on their site.

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