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Samsung Galaxy S7 32GB (Black/Gold) Perfectly fine O2 Refresh deal £316.00 @ O2

£316.00 @ O2
Samsung Galaxy S7 - Perfectly fine - Black/Gold Choose the 500MB - £99.99 upfront and £23.99 a month Airtime - £14 Phone - £9*24 = £216 Upfront cost - £99.99 Total - £99.99+216 = £315.99 S… Read More
Bailey210 Avatar
3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
Samsung Galaxy S7 - Perfectly fine - Black/Gold

Choose the 500MB - £99.99 upfront and £23.99 a month

Airtime - £14
Phone - £9*24 = £216
Upfront cost - £99.99
Total - £99.99+216 = £315.99

Step by step guide for this deal

1) Follow the get deal button, purchase the £99.99 + £24*24 tariff.

2) Receive your phone and sim card.

3) Put the sim card into your phone and go onto myO2 (app or website) and from there request the unlock code.

4) Call 202 from the same sim card as it will make things much easier, go straight to the I want to leave o2 department or something like that (I think it's thinking of leaving us? Press something) as that will connect you with the right people much quicker.

5) Tell the person you want to pay your device in full and cancel the airtime. They will ask you why, tell them you don't think the airtime is a good value for money, but you want to keep the phone because you think it's an outstanding value for money. They will ask you for card details, you tell those details and that's it, they cancel it for you in about an hour.

6) You own the phone from that point, assumed that you have done this straight away, there won't be any charges, otherwise, you will have to pay as much airtime as you have used.

7) Unlock code will come through in about 2 to 48 hours.

Instructions are taken from vassy4u

This is more expensive than before but still is a good deal. However I reccomend waiting for the s8 to be annouced then this price will drop.
I have posted only for those who cannot wait!
Bailey210 Avatar
3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
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#1
grade c no thanks
when posting its best to put for lowest available price which in this case is £315.99

Edited By: trucker79 on Feb 17, 2017 10:44: edit
#2
I got my brand new s7 with only £50 extra X)
#3
Refresh deals are a massive hassle as O2 will charge you first monthly bill on top and getting a refund is a mission.
#5
maj2509
Refresh deals are a massive hassle as O2 will charge you first monthly bill on top and getting a refund is a mission.


I have to agree. I done the S7 plus speaker o2 refresh deal for £288 at Xmas and o2 made an enormous mess of the billing and took more than £600 from my bank and it took weeks to sort. However I complained and got £30 compensation from them. They are good deals as long as you go into them expecting the worst with a lot of hassle - take anything less than that as a bonus.
1 Like #6
One could also pick the option of paying upfront for the device and pay the £5 more and save the hassle. Just phone up as you have 14 days or so to cancel the airtime and keep the phone?
#7
They still owe me £60 from a previous refresh deal in August last year. 6 calls later and assurances the refund will be processed, nothing has come through.
#8
Grade C for £316 plus the hassle of cancelling, not worth it.
#9
Looks like the pay up front still has an airtime agreement that O2 just don't cancel.
#10
maj2509
Refresh deals are a massive hassle as O2 will charge you first monthly bill on top and getting a refund is a mission.

Of course they are. They screw up and pay £50 compensation. They charged a full contract penalty in error. Two emails resulted in a refund and £50 compensation. Let them tale your money in error!
#11
I did my first refresh on the s6 deal on here about a year back and had no problems whatsoever. I was just careful in following the instructions given.

I am sure there is some level of luck to it but if you allow enough time for everything I'm sure it will generally be ok.

Would do refresh again if the offer was good enough.
#12
Monkey.nuts.2
They still owe me £60 from a previous refresh deal in August last year. 6 calls later and assurances the refund will be processed, nothing has come through.

Email complaints and ask for compensation. Capita deal with it!
#13
erjin999

Would do refresh again if the offer was good enough.

Of course I would and hope they screw up as it makes the deals sweeter. They have screwed up twice out of 4.
You could cancel your direct debit, but I wanted o2 to mess up.
#14
Common.Sense
erjin999

Would do refresh again if the offer was good enough.

Of course I would and hope they screw up as it makes the deals sweeter. They have screwed up twice out of 4.
You could cancel your direct debit, but I wanted o2 to mess up.


Same here! Despite the hassle and messing about the end result was I got a brand new S7 with speaker for £258 - I can live with the bother for that!
#15
Yeah I did a similar deal for S7 edge and it has been horrible so far lol. However I did also get 3 months airtime free so was worth it.

When I cancel I do imagine that it will be hell.
#16
Why is this deal getting more and more expensive as the phone gets older oO
#17
pacman32
Why is this deal getting more and more expensive as the phone gets older oO
Because they're catching on, I think. Hundreds of people probably got the phone on the previous deals for less than £300, which has probably lost them money.

Even at £316 (or £321.99 to 'pay the device in full') it seems the cheapest price anywhere - correct me if I'm wrong.

Edited By: Chris4 on Feb 26, 2017 23:00
#18
Chris4
pacman32
Why is this deal getting more and more expensive as the phone gets older oO
Because they're catching on, I think. Hundreds of people probably got the phone on the previous deals for less than £300, which has probably lost them money.
Even at £316 (or £321.99 to 'pay the device in full') it seems the cheapest price anywhere - correct me if I'm wrong.
You may be right, but I'm sure they know what's happening soon as it's been done for a long time on many previous phones. And for such an old phone now with the s8 due out any day there is no way they are losing money at that price for a second hand phone. They can be had for not too much more brand new if you look around and CEX do them for around the same price as the almost perfect /perfect.
#19
someone was selling these o2 phones on ebay and after a few months they all got barred because the buyer didnt pay the bills lol. refunds to all.

not worth it at all and o2 really need to put a stop to this

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