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Samsung Galaxy S7 - O2 - £465.99

£465.99 @ O2
Was checking Samsung Galaxy S7 for a friend and looks like this is best deal I could find so thought of sharing this with the community. Choose Pay Monthly tariff for 500MB data, 500 mins, unlimite… Read More
ai79man Avatar
11m, 4d agoFound 11 months, 4 days ago
Was checking Samsung Galaxy S7 for a friend and looks like this is best deal I could find so thought of sharing this with the community.

Choose Pay Monthly tariff for 500MB data, 500 mins, unlimited text for 24 month @ £33/month with £9.99 upfront cost. In this cost £14 is for airtime which you can cancel anytime. Device cost is £19 a month (with £9.99 upfront) totalling £465.99. Cheapest I can find for device. You can either keep paying monthly at 0% APR or pay off upfront whichever you prefer.

O2 customer support has been good to me (compared to Vodafone atleast) and I bought LG G5 earlier this year but returned and support was good enough. Sorting this deal with them shouldn't be very stressful, neither should be unlocking if required.

Don't forget quidco/topcashback.

FYI O2 "Refresh" contract comes in two part, each are independent. You can cancel either. That's why contract is split in two parts, air time and handset.

You can check terms and condition and also Confirm with support before making a purchase. 15 days no fuss return is always there.
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11m, 4d agoFound 11 months, 4 days ago
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#1
So it's possible to cancel the airtime and continue to pay off just the handset cost monthly?
#2
nope
1 Like #3
Why not?
#4
How do you cancel the airtime please? Why would you want to keep it going?
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paza12
How do you cancel the airtime please? Why would you want to keep it going?


O2 "Refresh" contract comes in two part, each are independent. You can cancel either. When I took this contract earlier with LG G5 and they confirmed it. That's why contract is split in two parts, air time and handset.

You can check terms and condition and also Confirm with support before making a purchase. 15 days no fuss return is always there.

Edited By: ai79man on Aug 22, 2016 01:02: edit
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Well regardless, you might want to check a bit more thoroughly as if you choose one of the £59.99 upfront plans the total device cost is £395.99
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ai79man
paza12
How do you cancel the airtime please? Why would you want to keep it going?
O2 "Refresh" contract comes in two part, each are independent. You can cancel either. When I took this contract earlier with LG G5 and they confirmed it. That's why contract is split in two parts, air time and handset.
You can check terms and condition and also Confirm with support before making a purchase. 15 days no fuss return is always there.
AFAIK you can cancel the device plan by paying off the balance in full and can then choose to cancel the airtime plan (no cancellation charges), or not.

What you cannot do is cancel the airtime plan by itself and continue paying the device plan. If you choose to cancel the airtime plan you will have to pay for the device in full.
#8
Can someone kindly explain why this is getting cold ?
2 Likes #9
Here's how you do it/get the S7 for £395.99

Order the one which is £59.99 upfront and £35.50 monthly.
When the phone arrives pop in the sim and make a phone call to a landline/mobile so the handset registers on O2's network.
Then apply for the handset to be unlocked via your O2 account, their app or via customer service on the phone.
Then phone O2 customer service on 202 and go through to the cancellation department.
Tell them you want to pay off your device and cancel the airtime.
When asked if you'd like to keep the existing phone number say no otherwise they'll give you a pack code and the account will remain active until you use the pac code or call again to fully cancel.
Double check everything is cancelled with the support agent and enjoy your new phone.

Do not cancel the direct debit as this may affect your credit report.
If you get an astronomical bill in the region of £600 a few days/weeks down the line don't worry, just call up O2 again and they'll wipe it.
You may get billed for the first months airtime but any days you have not used the service will be credited back to you on your final bill within 7-10 days of cancellation.
#10
ai79man
paza12
How do you cancel the airtime please? Why would you want to keep it going?

O2 "Refresh" contract comes in two part, each are independent. You can cancel either. When I took this contract earlier with LG G5 and they confirmed it. That's why contract is split in two parts, air time and handset.

You can check terms and condition and also Confirm with support before making a purchase. 15 days no fuss return is always there.

jco83
Well regardless, you might want to check a bit more thoroughly as if you choose one of the £59.99 upfront plans the total device cost is £395.99

This. Change the price to reflect accordingly and I'm sure you'll get a lot more heat.
#11
s6 costed about £299.99 on giffgaff last November.
just be patient, pals
#12
K1LLER HORNET
Here's how you do it/get the S7 for £395.99
Order the one which is £59.99 upfront and £35.50 monthly.
When the phone arrives pop in the sim and make a phone call to a landline/mobile so the handset registers on O2's network.
Then apply for the handset to be unlocked via your O2 account, their app or via customer service on the phone.
Then phone O2 customer service on 202 and go through to the cancellation department.
Tell them you want to pay off your device and cancel the airtime.
When asked if you'd like to keep the existing phone number say no otherwise they'll give you a pack code and the account will remain active until you use the pac code or call again to fully cancel.
Double check everything is cancelled with the support agent and enjoy your new phone.
Do not cancel the direct debit as this may affect your credit report.
If you get an astronomical bill in the region of £600 a few days/weeks down the line don't worry, just call up O2 again and they'll wipe it.
You may get billed for the first months airtime but any days you have not used the service will be credited back to you on your final bill within 7-10 days of cancellation.

Next to the price plan when you click on More details icon you a window pops up which shows Device cash price £465.99 so I doubt it will be done for £395.99.
#13
ai79man
K1LLER HORNET
Here's how you do it/get the S7 for £395.99
Order the one which is £59.99 upfront and £35.50 monthly.
When the phone arrives pop in the sim and make a phone call to a landline/mobile so the handset registers on O2's network.
Then apply for the handset to be unlocked via your O2 account, their app or via customer service on the phone.
Then phone O2 customer service on 202 and go through to the cancellation department.
Tell them you want to pay off your device and cancel the airtime.
When asked if you'd like to keep the existing phone number say no otherwise they'll give you a pack code and the account will remain active until you use the pac code or call again to fully cancel.
Double check everything is cancelled with the support agent and enjoy your new phone.
Do not cancel the direct debit as this may affect your credit report.
If you get an astronomical bill in the region of £600 a few days/weeks down the line don't worry, just call up O2 again and they'll wipe it.
You may get billed for the first months airtime but any days you have not used the service will be credited back to you on your final bill within 7-10 days of cancellation.
Next to the price plan when you click on More details icon you a window pops up which shows Device cash price £465.99 so I doubt it will be done for £395.99.

It will be £395.99 + a couple of £ for the 2 days the line is active.
Look at other O2 Refresh deals. It works. Just a little 'faffing' that's all.

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