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30GB O2 Data Huawei Mate 20 Pro (Refurb Like New) £33pm (£16.50 With Cashback) Total £792 (£396 With Cashback) @ MPD
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30GB O2 Data Huawei Mate 20 Pro (Refurb Like New) £33pm (£16.50 With Cashback) Total £792 (£396 With Cashback) @ MPD

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Posted 3rd Dec 2019

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I'm totally expecting this to go sub zero, however, if I were in the market for this phone, with a decent sim only deal, then this is what I'd go for, from previous experience these phones come in like new condition customer returns, and if you keep up with the cashback then you have an like new mate 20 pro, with 30gb of o2 data, for total cost of £396
With a possible further £42 at topcashback
3354651.jpg£33 before cashback with no upfront fee

  • Features & details
  • 6.39" 2K FullView display with powerful 7nm Huawei Kirin 980 AI chipset, Dual NPU, GPU Turbo 2.0, Android 9.0 sim free smart phone, and 6 GB + 128 GB storage
  • Ultra-Wide Angle Leica Triple AI Camera (40MP + 24MP + 8 MP), and 24 MP Front AI Camera, recognising more than 1500 scenarios and 25 categories
  • Rapid wireless charging and wireless reverse charging, and 4200mAh large battery with AI power management lasting up to 2 days
  • In-Screen Fingerprint sensor and AI-driven 3D realtime Facial recognition to unlock your mobile phone securely and instantly
  • IP68 water and dust resistance, no worries for all scenarios. A forged masterpiece of 3D glass with smooth curves and seams
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Good deal for a good phone. Heat from me
jackfraw03/12/2019 09:46

Good deal for a good phone. Heat from me


Cheers mate, there's only one way this will go, but hopefully some csn see past the refurb and £33pm cost, and realise this is an actually awesome deal.
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Samuel230303/12/2019 09:53

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Just sold I think, there must have only been the one 😔
MrSwitch03/12/2019 09:48

Cheers mate, there's only one way this will go, but hopefully some csn see …Cheers mate, there's only one way this will go, but hopefully some csn see past the refurb and £33pm cost, and realise this is an actually awesome deal.


I do hate cashback contracts, but I gave you heat for those that don’t mind them

They rely on people forgetting or doing something wrong, just so they can reject the claims. If they truly wanted to offer the cashback, then they should do automatic cashback in my opinion.
JohnnyRoller03/12/2019 09:55

I do hate cashback contracts, but I gave you heat for those that don’t m …I do hate cashback contracts, but I gave you heat for those that don’t mind them They rely on people forgetting or doing something wrong, just so they can reject the claims. If they truly wanted to offer the cashback, then they should do automatic cashback in my opinion.


Aye, totally agree with you!
JohnnyRoller03/12/2019 09:55

I do hate cashback contracts, but I gave you heat for those that don’t m …I do hate cashback contracts, but I gave you heat for those that don’t mind them They rely on people forgetting or doing something wrong, just so they can reject the claims. If they truly wanted to offer the cashback, then they should do automatic cashback in my opinion.


I don't think they rely on it. It's certainly a business model to massively increase their profits though.

As long as someone is organised and can spare 2 minutes 6 times over two years, it's hardly rocket science. I'm on a cashback deal with MPD and it's easy as pie to claim.
morpheus03/12/2019 10:00

I don't think they rely on it. It's certainly a business model to …I don't think they rely on it. It's certainly a business model to massively increase their profits though.As long as someone is organised and can spare 2 minutes 6 times over two years, it's hardly rocket science. I'm on a cashback deal with MPD and it's easy as pie to claim.


Yeah I would never personally forget to do it, however they do it like this for people to make mistakes. I personally do not like that practice, that is all.
JohnnyRoller03/12/2019 10:02

Yeah I would never personally forget to do it, however they do it like …Yeah I would never personally forget to do it, however they do it like this for people to make mistakes. I personally do not like that practice, that is all.


Totally get your point...but compared to the OG sellers,rather than these resellers...the savings are incredible....
So frustrating the OG sellers don't offer at the clearly sustainable price...
JohnnyRoller03/12/2019 10:02

Yeah I would never personally forget to do it, however they do it like …Yeah I would never personally forget to do it, however they do it like this for people to make mistakes. I personally do not like that practice, that is all.


Fair enough, but its really not difficult.... put reminders in your phone / calendar / diary as soon as you take the contract and then thats your reminder. I am the most forgetful person in the world but if you plan ahead then its not difficult. But people (generally, not accusing you) vote cashback deals because they're too stupid / lazy / unorganised to claim the cashbacks and then make out like its a big scam and the retailer is making it difficult for you to claim it.

Its nothing like the days of old when you had to physically print the bill, post it recorded delivery to ensure it got there and then chase up with the retailer because they conveniently lost it, then wait for the cheque to come and trek into town to pay it into the bank... its all online now, takes a couple of minutes and MPD have confirmed all of my claims within minutes of submission and payment straight into my bank.
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