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iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Black (Unlocked) IN STOCK at BT Shop - £822.49 inc 1-3 day delivery

£822.49 @ BT Shop
Yes I know - difficult to call this a deal but based on availability and pricing I think it's worth a shout. Just spotted iPhone 7 Plus 128GB in Black (unlocked) available on BT Shop. Currently sho… Read More
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9m, 6d agoFound 9 months, 6 days ago
Yes I know - difficult to call this a deal but based on availability and pricing I think it's worth a shout.

Just spotted iPhone 7 Plus 128GB in Black (unlocked) available on BT Shop. Currently showing 50+ in stock for 1-3 working day delivery. Just ordered mine and thought for the sake of £3.49 delivery it's much cheaper than the shoddy eBay prices that are around and poor stock availability elsewhere.

Not sure if any other models are in stock right now.

Possible 2.04% TopCashback too (I've tried but don't know if it's worked) knocking up to £16.70 off the price. UPDATE: It's polled as £13.92 on my account, not sure if it'll be confirmed but worth a go!

If you're in the market for a new iPhone 7 Plus, this could be a good avenue to try.
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#1
Have you tried your local Apple store?
#2
nublets2k
Have you tried your local Apple store?
I constantly check istocknow.com and rarely find them available.
8 Likes #3
Expect an arctic front as you have just posted an iphone deal.

Unlike the Note 7, which gets an unexpected heatwave.
#4
118luke
Expect an arctic front as you have just posted an iphone deal.
Unlike the Note 7, which gets an unexpected heatwave.
Yeah I wasn't expecting wonders, more just trying to helpful!
7 Likes #5
I'm no Android lover or Apple hater but I overheard a colleague of mine being asked about her new iPhone 7 plus today and it made me chuckle:
Colleague 1. I'm due an upgrade and was looking at the new iPhone 7 plus, how do rate it?
Colleague 2. It's fantastic, I'm absolutely loving it, although some apps don't work or close properly, and the home button doesn't always work, and it sometimes freezes.

When I'm paying over £800 for a phone I think I'd like it to work a bit better than that!
#6
badger2609
I'm no Android lover or Apple hater but I overheard a colleague of mine being asked about her new iPhone 7 plus today and it made me chuckle:
Colleague 1. I'm due an upgrade and was looking at the new iPhone 7 plus, how do rate it?
Colleague 2. It's fantastic, I'm absolutely loving it, although some apps don't work or close properly, and the home button doesn't always work, and it sometimes freezes.
When I'm paying over £800 for a phone I think I'd like it to work a bit better than that!

Oh bloody hell just a bought my daughter one for Xmas and paid upfront and she will be on giff gaff sim free. Hopefully it was a one off fault and not a common one on all of them
#7
Welsh Bird
badger2609
I'm no Android lover or Apple hater but I overheard a colleague of mine being asked about her new iPhone 7 plus today and it made me chuckle:
Colleague 1. I'm due an upgrade and was looking at the new iPhone 7 plus, how do rate it?
Colleague 2. It's fantastic, I'm absolutely loving it, although some apps don't work or close properly, and the home button doesn't always work, and it sometimes freezes.
When I'm paying over £800 for a phone I think I'd like it to work a bit better than that!
Oh bloody hell just a bought my daughter one for Xmas and paid upfront and she will be on giff gaff sim free. Hopefully it was a one off fault and not a common one on all of them

Hopefully she just got a faulty handset and will be able to exchange. I'm sure your daughters pressie will be ok. It just made me chuckle that she was willing to put up with so much just to have the newest and most desirable product
1 Like #8
It should be illegal charge for delivery when you buy iPhones, cold from me
1 Like #9
Having got this exact phone, but from apple its a great phone however in the month of owning it, twice the home button, sound and sleep button has stopped responding, causing me to force it to turn off using the sleep button and down volume, other than that no issues, oh and charging delivery on top of the phone is ridiculous especially considering the price
2 Likes #10
they know apple fans will pay any price to get it, which they do
3 Likes #11
Thanks for sharing OP even in the knowledge of an arctic freeze!

Personally for me the 7 is a step down from the 6S I'm typing this on. I like the physical home button (so many stories of the new one freezing up), I listen to music via earphones often when charging so the annoyance of no 3.5mm jack will irritate and to be honest I simply don't see features that justify the upgrade & hike in price.

But horses for courses I guess! For me it would be a downgrade and I feel they are now holding back on features they could easily include but just to make each model a tad bit better and to keep to the huge profit margins.

For comparison my equivalent 6S model was about £800 total but that INCLUDES two years of unl/unl/10gb data. This was 6 months ago.
#12
Nujol
Thanks for sharing OP even in the knowledge of an arctic freeze!

Personally for me the 7 is a step down from the 6S I'm typing this on. I like the physical home button (so many stories of the new one freezing up), I listen to music via earphones often when charging so the annoyance of no 3.5mm jack will irritate and to be honest I simply don't see features that justify the upgrade & hike in price.

But horses for courses I guess! For me it would be a downgrade and I feel they are now holding back on features they could easily include but just to make each model a tad bit better and to keep to the huge profit margins.

For comparison my equivalent 6S model was about £800 total but that INCLUDES two years of unl/unl/10gb data. This was 6 months ago.


Very fair point Nujol. I have to say I am slightly concerned - I'm currently on a 6 and have been spurred on by the reportedly largely improved battery and camera but if it's problematic with the home button or anything else it will be going back. I'm also wanting the bigger screen on the 7 Plus as opposed to the 6.

I recognise the offer won't please everyone (as seen from some of the others!) but I'm in the boat of giving it a try.
#13
Gonna stick with my 6s plus as I don't like the new 7 :(
#14
I would stretch for 256gb personally. Bought nine from CPW as they had loads in stock.
#15
Mine not nine lol(_;)
#16
badger2609
Welsh Bird
badger2609
I'm no Android lover or Apple hater but I overheard a colleague of mine being asked about her new iPhone 7 plus today and it made me chuckle:
Colleague 1. I'm due an upgrade and was looking at the new iPhone 7 plus, how do rate it?
Colleague 2. It's fantastic, I'm absolutely loving it, although some apps don't work or close properly, and the home button doesn't always work, and it sometimes freezes.
When I'm paying over £800 for a phone I think I'd like it to work a bit better than that!
Oh bloody hell just a bought my daughter one for Xmas and paid upfront and she will be on giff gaff sim free. Hopefully it was a one off fault and not a common one on all of them
Hopefully she just got a faulty handset and will be able to exchange. I'm sure your daughters pressie will be ok. It just made me chuckle that she was willing to put up with so much just to have the newest and most desirable product

I really did not want to buy it as I really don't think they are worth the price but like any other teenager she likes Apple.She has been using her I phone 5 for a while now and Said she only wants a new phone and is happy for only that to be under the Christmas tree. She never asks for much bless her. I was thinking of getting the SE but was a spur on the moment decision to pay for the 7. Just hoping I won't live to regret it. If the worse comes to worse will take it back if it plays up and change it to the SE.


Edited By: Welsh Bird on Oct 16, 2016 21:54
2 Likes #17
It's not the phone, it's iOS 10.bugs.

It will be sorted.

One thing I've noticed, the screen is much brighter than my old 6S, so I can can have it at 30% brightness and save power.

Wish my Mum bought me an iPhone lol all I got was mtb lol
1 Like #18
Thanks for this post. Having gone from the 6s plus to the note 7, I've been searching for iPhone 7 plus stock with little hope! Hopefully they are actually in stock!
1 Like #19
Welsh Bird
badger2609
Welsh Bird
badger2609
I'm no Android lover or Apple hater but I overheard a colleague of mine being asked about her new iPhone 7 plus today and it made me chuckle:
Colleague 1. I'm due an upgrade and was looking at the new iPhone 7 plus, how do rate it?
Colleague 2. It's fantastic, I'm absolutely loving it, although some apps don't work or close properly, and the home button doesn't always work, and it sometimes freezes.
When I'm paying over £800 for a phone I think I'd like it to work a bit better than that!
Oh bloody hell just a bought my daughter one for Xmas and paid upfront and she will be on giff gaff sim free. Hopefully it was a one off fault and not a common one on all of them
Hopefully she just got a faulty handset and will be able to exchange. I'm sure your daughters pressie will be ok. It just made me chuckle that she was willing to put up with so much just to have the newest and most desirable product

I really did not want to buy it as I really don't think they are worth the price but like any other teenager she likes Apple.She has been using her I phone 5 for a while now and Said she only wants a new phone and is happy for only that to be under the Christmas tree. She never asks for much bless her. I was thinking of getting the SE but was a spur on the moment decision to pay for the 7. Just hoping I won't live to regret it. If the worse comes to worse will take it back if it plays up and change it to the SE.


At the end of the day if all she wants is the 822 pound phone then that's great.
I wonder why kids grow up now into huge debt from credit on things they can't afford but 'deserve'
4 Likes #20
I actually just called my mum and told her that if it's just a new Ford mustang this year I'll be fine with just the one present.
1 Like #21
jr007
It's not the phone, it's iOS 10.bugs.

It will be sorted.

One thing I've noticed, the screen is much brighter than my old 6S, so I can can have it at 30% brightness and save power.

Wish my Mum bought me an iPhone lol all I got was mtb lol


Haha, you what? Does the brightness go up to 11 too?
#22
fireman1
Welsh Bird
badger2609
Welsh Bird
badger2609
I'm no Android lover or Apple hater but I overheard a colleague of mine being asked about her new iPhone 7 plus today and it made me chuckle:
Colleague 1. I'm due an upgrade and was looking at the new iPhone 7 plus, how do rate it?
Colleague 2. It's fantastic, I'm absolutely loving it, although some apps don't work or close properly, and the home button doesn't always work, and it sometimes freezes.
When I'm paying over £800 for a phone I think I'd like it to work a bit better than that!
Oh bloody hell just a bought my daughter one for Xmas and paid upfront and she will be on giff gaff sim free. Hopefully it was a one off fault and not a common one on all of them
Hopefully she just got a faulty handset and will be able to exchange. I'm sure your daughters pressie will be ok. It just made me chuckle that she was willing to put up with so much just to have the newest and most desirable product

I really did not want to buy it as I really don't think they are worth the price but like any other teenager she likes Apple.She has been using her I phone 5 for a while now and Said she only wants a new phone and is happy for only that to be under the Christmas tree. She never asks for much bless her. I was thinking of getting the SE but was a spur on the moment decision to pay for the 7. Just hoping I won't live to regret it. If the worse comes to worse will take it back if it plays up and change it to the SE.


At the end of the day if all she wants is the 822 pound phone then that's great.
I wonder why kids grow up now into huge debt from credit on things they can't afford but 'deserve'


The 7 is 599 for the basic model I think.

Still a lot, but some kids have had this sort of money spent on them since long before Apple came about. I remember a friend of mine getting over £1000 worth of console, games and other things as a teen when the PlayStation first came out. He didn't grow up to be a monster though.

I used to get a piece of rolled up newspaper if I were lucky.
2 Likes #23
Personally, I struggle to ascertain; regardless of the operating system and brand, why any phone could command and or warrant a cost of £822. Surely it costs a fraction of this to manufacture and even adding in staff, marketing and other related costs, mists of this has to be pure profit.
1 Like #24
uk3g
Personally, I struggle to ascertain; regardless of the operating system and brand, why any phone could command and or warrant a cost of £822. Surely it costs a fraction of this to manufacture and even adding in staff, marketing and other related costs, mists of this has to be pure profit.


Ultimately, why do you care? You could say the same about any number of prestige technological items - such as sports cars - even household items like Dysons (which cost almost nothing to actually manufacturer.

You could look at the fact that M&S charge £14 for two beef fillet Wellingtons where Iceland charge £8 for two practically identical tasting beef fillet Wellingtons.

In the end people often pay more for the peace of mind and satisfaction that their favourite brand gives them, and however crazy you think that is doesn't really matter as people will always spend their money as they see fit.

My point is just that if people want something enough then they'll pay for it. If this were not the case then no one would ever buy designer clothes or expensive cars. Just enjoy what you enjoy and don't wrap yourself up in other people's spending habits.

A few years ago a friend of mine expressed bewilderment that I bought an iPhone 4S for nearly £500. That same month he'd been out and bought a brown Mulberry messenger bag for nearly £800. I was equally baffled at his purchase because it looked like the bags I sometimes saw in TK Maxx for about £30...but in the end you just live and let live.
4 Likes #25
fireman1
Welsh Bird
badger2609
Welsh Bird
badger2609
I'm no Android lover or Apple hater but I overheard a colleague of mine being asked about her new iPhone 7 plus today and it made me chuckle:
Colleague 1. I'm due an upgrade and was looking at the new iPhone 7 plus, how do rate it?
Colleague 2. It's fantastic, I'm absolutely loving it, although some apps don't work or close properly, and the home button doesn't always work, and it sometimes freezes.
When I'm paying over £800 for a phone I think I'd like it to work a bit better than that!
Oh bloody hell just a bought my daughter one for Xmas and paid upfront and she will be on giff gaff sim free. Hopefully it was a one off fault and not a common one on all of them
Hopefully she just got a faulty handset and will be able to exchange. I'm sure your daughters pressie will be ok. It just made me chuckle that she was willing to put up with so much just to have the newest and most desirable product
I really did not want to buy it as I really don't think they are worth the price but like any other teenager she likes Apple.She has been using her I phone 5 for a while now and Said she only wants a new phone and is happy for only that to be under the Christmas tree. She never asks for much bless her. I was thinking of getting the SE but was a spur on the moment decision to pay for the 7. Just hoping I won't live to regret it. If the worse comes to worse will take it back if it plays up and change it to the SE.
At the end of the day if all she wants is the 822 pound phone then that's great.
I wonder why kids grow up now into huge debt from credit on things they can't afford but 'deserve'

Excuse me! Who are you to judge anything to do with my 15 year old daughter. There is a good income coming into my house but we are thrifty with every penny hence why I am on this site. I shop at Aldi and everything bought is normally on sale or via a discount code. My mortgage is nearly paid off after 15 years. The phone was paid with cash no contract or credit. If I want to treat my daughter I will do. She is working damn hard for her GCSE's next year. Goes to RAF cadets which very often involves charity work and helping out with the elderly etc. She never demands anything and as always said that she will save up via Christmas and birthdays and eventually buy it herself. I am very proud of the young lady she is turning into and if I thought she was ungrateful and had a ' I deserve it attitude I would not of bought it' Not sure why I am explaining myself to you to be honest but I can tell you now my daughter as been brought up appreciating everything she is given whatever the monetary value.




Edited By: Welsh Bird on Oct 18, 2016 07:42: X
#26
badger2609
I'm no Android lover or Apple hater but I overheard a colleague of mine being asked about her new iPhone 7 plus today and it made me chuckle:
Colleague 1. I'm due an upgrade and was looking at the new iPhone 7 plus, how do rate it?
Colleague 2. It's fantastic, I'm absolutely loving it, although some apps don't work or close properly, and the home button doesn't always work, and it sometimes freezes.
When I'm paying over £800 for a phone I think I'd like it to work a bit better than that!

Odd, as I totally love the home button on mine! No more moving parts inside, no home button to break or to recess into the phone after awhile. First time I've bought a new phone since the 5c and I love it!
banned#27
jr007
It's not the phone, it's iOS 10.bugs.
It will be sorted.
One thing I've noticed, the screen is much brighter than my old 6S, so I can can have it at 30% brightness and save power.
Wish my Mum bought me an iPhone lol all I got was mtb lol
Eh, huh? Mtb?

Confusing post.
#28
Mountain bike mtb.
1 Like #29
Massive-titted bird
#30
ordered last week as I've lost my 6 plus. haven't arrived as saying "
This item is being dispatched directly from our supplier"
#31
Just got one today at Regent Street store in jet black.
#32
misterleoni
uk3g
Personally, I struggle to ascertain; regardless of the operating system and brand, why any phone could command and or warrant a cost of £822. Surely it costs a fraction of this to manufacture and even adding in staff, marketing and other related costs, mists of this has to be pure profit.


Ultimately, why do you care? You could say the same about any number of prestige technological items - such as sports cars - even household items like Dysons (which cost almost nothing to actually manufacturer.

You could look at the fact that M&S charge £14 for two beef fillet Wellingtons where Iceland charge £8 for two practically identical tasting beef fillet Wellingtons.

In the end people often pay more for the peace of mind and satisfaction that their favourite brand gives them, and however crazy you think that is doesn't really matter as people will always spend their money as they see fit.

My point is just that if people want something enough then they'll pay for it. If this were not the case then no one would ever buy designer clothes or expensive cars. Just enjoy what you enjoy and don't wrap yourself up in other people's spending habits.

A few years ago a friend of mine expressed bewilderment that I bought an iPhone 4S for nearly £500. That same month he'd been out and bought a brown Mulberry messenger bag for nearly £800. I was equally baffled at his purchase because it looked like the bags I sometimes saw in TK Maxx for about £30...but in the end you just live and let live.


cool story
#33
TheOak
Massive-titted bird

He wouldn't be complaining if his mum had got him that :)

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