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Nexus 6 in stock at Tesco Direct and very slightly cheaper sim free £490.00

£490.00 @ Tesco Direct
Nexus 6 in stock at Tesco Direct 32GB anyway. £490 which is £9 cheaper than the Play Store which doesn't have them in stock anyway.
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Nexus 6 in stock at Tesco Direct 32GB anyway. £490 which is £9 cheaper than the Play Store which doesn't have them in stock anyway.
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Cold because it's £429.99 if you buy from O2 on their Refresh offer - choose the option for upfront cost of £69.99, ask for phone to be unlocked, then immediately pay off the £15/month x 24 months (£360) and cancel airtime contract. You've got your Nexus 6 for a lot cheaper!

O2 offer link


Edited By: KingCampo on Dec 10, 2014 18:59
#2
Again without the flash for the camera
1 Like #3
The camera does have flash it's in the ring....
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KingCampo
Cold because it's £429.99 if you buy from O2 on their Refresh offer - choose the option for upfront cost of £69.99, ask for phone to be unlocked, then immediately pay off the £15/month x 24 months (£360) and cancel airtime contract. You've got your Nexus 6 for a lot cheaper!

O2 offer link



Cheaper if you go for £49.99 upfront offer - works out at £409.99
#5
Also this comes unlocked if you buy on PAYG from O2, which is cheaper than this.
#6
exStudent
The camera does have flash it's in the ring....
Well I never you live and learn but sadly I am a Samung boy
#7
misterleoni
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KingCampo
Cold because it's £429.99 if you buy from O2 on their Refresh offer - choose the option for upfront cost of £69.99, ask for phone to be unlocked, then immediately pay off the £15/month x 24 months (£360) and cancel airtime contract. You've got your Nexus 6 for a lot cheaper!

O2 offer link

Cheaper if you go for £49.99 upfront offer - works out at £409.99

Indeed! Good spot, even better and makes this even colder!
#8
these 02 deals only work out cheaper if you want the o2 airtime that comes with them, because you have to pay both the phone and airtime costs for the contract period

the 49.99 upfront deal is £15pm x 24months for the phone, and £28 x 24m for the airtime = £1081.99
the 69.99 upfront deal is £15pm x 24months for the phone and £18 x 24m for the airtime = £861.99

so if you want the phone and then get a cheaper sim only monthly or payg tariff then this Tesco deal is much better......



Edited By: m1kes on Dec 10, 2014 21:21
#9
m1kes
these 02 deals only work out cheaper if you want the o2 airtime that comes with them, because you have to pay both the phone and airtime costs for the contract period

the 49.99 upfront deal is £15pm x 24months for the phone, and £28 x 24m for the airtime = £1081.99
the 69.99 upfront deal is £15pm x 24months for the phone and £18 x 24m for the airtime = £861.99

so if you want the phone and then get a cheaper sim only monthly or payg tariff then this Tesco deal is much better......


Are you new on here :|
#10
m1kes
these 02 deals only work out cheaper if you want the o2 airtime that comes with them, because you have to pay both the phone and airtime costs for the contract period

the 49.99 upfront deal is £15pm x 24months for the phone, and £28 x 24m for the airtime = £1081.99
the 69.99 upfront deal is £15pm x 24months for the phone and £18 x 24m for the airtime = £861.99

so if you want the phone and then get a cheaper sim only monthly or payg tariff then this Tesco deal is much better......

Uh, no...
#11
you can pay off the phone cost early but you are still tied into the airtime contract that goes along with it.

So if you want to be on o2 for 24 months it is 'cheaper' but f you want a shorter monthly or payg deal its not.
#12
m1kes
you can pay off the phone cost early but you are still tied into the airtime contract that goes along with it.

So if you want to be on o2 for 24 months it is 'cheaper' but f you want a shorter monthly or payg deal its not.
Lol are you drunk :p
#13
Lol i must be, can you can explain it then ;) how can you get this phone sim free cheaper and not be still be locked into a 24m O2 contract cos i dont get it. :)
#14
m1kes
Lol i must be, can you can explain it then ;) how can you get this phone sim free cheaper and not be still be locked into a 24m O2 contract cos i dont get it. :)
YOU CANCEL THE AIRTIME CONTRACT WHEN YOU GET THE PHONE oO
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waterloo
m1kes
Lol i must be, can you can explain it then ;) how can you get this phone sim free cheaper and not be still be locked into a 24m O2 contract cos i dont get it. :)
YOU CANCEL THE AIRTIME CONTRACT WHEN YOU GET THE PHONE oO

if you can cancel the contract just like that then I stand(or sit) humbly corrected!!
1 Like #16
Read this and then do a search for refresh

I have seen on here before that it is possible to get phones very cheap using the O2 refresh tariff because it is split into an airtime plan and a phone plan.

Am I correct in thinking that you can get a phone using the O2 refresh tariff and immediately after receiving the phone you can pay for the phone part of the contract and then cancel the airtime part of the contract?

For example, if I wanted to get a refurbished Samsung Galaxy S5, would I only have to pay the phone contract price (£29.99 upfront and 24x£10=£240 - £240+£29.99=£269.99) and then cancel the airtime plan or am I missing something because that seems very cheap? CORRECT :)




Edited By: waterloo on Dec 10, 2014 22:35
#17
waterloo
Read this and then do a search for refresh

I have seen on here before that it is possible to get phones very cheap using the O2 refresh tariff because it is split into an airtime plan and a phone plan.

Am I correct in thinking that you can get a phone using the O2 refresh tariff and immediately after receiving the phone you can pay for the phone part of the contract and then cancel the airtime part of the contract?

For example, if I wanted to get a refurbished Samsung Galaxy S5, would I only have to pay the phone contract price (£29.99 upfront and 24x£10=£240 - £240+£29.99=£269.99) and then cancel the airtime plan or am I missing something because that seems very cheap? CORRECT :)




of course, that is how o2 refresh works!
#18
m1kes
these 02 deals only work out cheaper if you want the o2 airtime that comes with them, because you have to pay both the phone and airtime costs for the contract period

the 49.99 upfront deal is £15pm x 24months for the phone, and £28 x 24m for the airtime = £1081.99
the 69.99 upfront deal is £15pm x 24months for the phone and £18 x 24m for the airtime = £861.99

so if you want the phone and then get a cheaper sim only monthly or payg tariff then this Tesco deal is much better......




think you are still in your hangover mate, just search that deal here before someone wasting the time
#19
lianghe1984
waterloo
Read this and then do a search for refresh

I have seen on here before that it is possible to get phones very cheap using the O2 refresh tariff because it is split into an airtime plan and a phone plan.

Am I correct in thinking that you can get a phone using the O2 refresh tariff and immediately after receiving the phone you can pay for the phone part of the contract and then cancel the airtime part of the contract?

For example, if I wanted to get a refurbished Samsung Galaxy S5, would I only have to pay the phone contract price (£29.99 upfront and 24x£10=£240 - £240+£29.99=£269.99) and then cancel the airtime plan or am I missing something because that seems very cheap? CORRECT :)




of course, that is how o2 refresh works!
I know that's why i posted this scenario read my other comments ! are you still hungover X)

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