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£312 Sony Xperia Z3 compact Tablet 4G + WIFI & Destiny for PS4 All for £312 @ O2 refresh
£312 Sony Xperia Z3 compact Tablet 4G + WIFI & Destiny for PS4 All for £312 @ O2 refresh

£312 Sony Xperia Z3 compact Tablet 4G + WIFI & Destiny for PS4 All for £312 @ O2 refresh

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Enjoy:

1. Select the Z3 Xperia Tablet,
2 .Select the 3gb data for £28PM
3. Call up o2 and ask to pay the device cost at £13 * 24 = £312.
4. Cancel contract within 14 days.
5. unlock the device if you want with 02 chat.
6. Done

Oh dont forget Destiny...

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err, is this for a tablet ?? or phone & tablet ??

This is fantastic.

This is a really good deal!

Original Poster

Considering the WIFI only device is about £359 everywhere I thinks its ok

I don't understand. is it £28 a month or £13?

I already posted thiw deal but payasyougo from o2

After playing PS4 remote play on my Z3 I've been looking into getting one of these for the bigger screen. It's a great feature although I wish they'd remove the WiFi only restriction for remote play, my 4G connection manages remote play with ease hot spotting to the vita so it's a shame I can't use the data plan for remote play with my Z3.

Heat added, great price.

Brilliant deal. I paid about the same price for the wifi only model. Wish I'd held off now

it works both as phone as well as tablet! Thanks OP...

Good deal this
I was going to get Samsung 8.4

Any reviews on this tablet
Is it fast
How is the screen res

I got this tablet. You all need it in your life.

I have this tablet all i can say is awesome tablet awesome battery life as above all you need in your life lol.

Could you not just go for a lower tariff and get it cheaper?

Original Poster

renegadefunk

Could you not just go for a lower tariff and get it cheaper?



No the lowest "device" price is £13 unfortunalty

luke-kirk

No the lowest "device" price is £13 unfortunalty


Ok cheers. Still a good deal.

Original Poster

wakkaday

Any reviews on this tablet Is it fast How is the screen res


In my honest opinion this kills the new ipad mini! Its smaller than an ipad but perfect size and the power is there for whatever you throw at it...including ps4 via remote play! Great for when x factor is on

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luke-kirk

In my honest opinion this kills the new ipad mini! Its smaller than an … In my honest opinion this kills the new ipad mini! Its smaller than an ipad but perfect size and the power is there for whatever you throw at it...including ps4 via remote play! Great for when x factor is on



Oh and its waterproof

Original Poster

Why as the title amd price increased? The cash back isnt via tcb or quidco its sony? Sorry if broke any rule!

But how do I remove the 'airtime cost of £28 * 24? By calling o2? or can I do it over o2 chat? Will they do it?

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rajesh266

But how do I remove the 'airtime cost of £28 * 24? By calling o2? or can … But how do I remove the 'airtime cost of £28 * 24? By calling o2? or can I do it over o2 chat? Will they do it?



O2 refresh means you can exit a contract if you pay of the device price hope that helps

Original Poster

luke-kirk

O2 refresh means you can exit a contract if you pay of the device price … O2 refresh means you can exit a contract if you pay of the device price hope that helps


Over the phone

Thanks, Luke. Can you tether with this airtime - if I decide to keep it?

Original Poster

TBH if I were you I would have it unlocked and go with a three data plan...but to answer your question im not sure but last time i checked o2 didn't tether, I could be wrong

Thanks... I agree, only issue - Three will not let you use unlimited data SIM in a tablet! They somehow know it after few months and block it! It happened with Samsung Tab S 8.4... So..

Thanks anyway...
Edited by: "rajesh266" 9th Dec 2014

Original Poster

rajesh266

Thanks... I agree, only issue - Three will not let you use unlimited SIM … Thanks... I agree, only issue - Three will not let you use unlimited SIM in a tablet! They somehow know it after few months and block it! It happened with Samsung Tab S 8.4... So.. Thanks anyway...



I did not know that...the little BAS...no matter

Confused. So the o2 refresh thing means you can pay for the device upfront, then I presume you can cancel the £28 pm contract you just signed up to?

Original Poster

Techn

Confused. So the o2 refresh thing means you can pay for the device … Confused. So the o2 refresh thing means you can pay for the device upfront, then I presume you can cancel the £28 pm contract you just signed up to?



Basically yes. as soon as you receive the tablet just call them ans cancel, easy has that

so technically,this is a phone?

Techn

Confused. So the o2 refresh thing means you can pay for the device … Confused. So the o2 refresh thing means you can pay for the device upfront, then I presume you can cancel the £28 pm contract you just signed up to?

Yes. The only contract is your device contract which you have to pay in full

Original Poster

ah_heng

Yes. The only contract is your device contract which you have to pay in … Yes. The only contract is your device contract which you have to pay in full



people have been doing it for ages and o2 advertise to do so in store haha!

Banned

Great deal.

luke-kirk

people have been doing it for ages and o2 advertise to do so in store … people have been doing it for ages and o2 advertise to do so in store haha!



I think sooner or later O2 Will Just advertise the handset price with optional contract. I can imagine how much paperwork if cost them.

Surely if you take out the device + airtime plan of £28 per month, then ask to pay for the device at £13 per month, then you as a customer with a contractual agreement are left with the difference to pay for the airtime? I am an O2 customer and that is how "Refresh" works. Please OP can you actually give evidence that you have basically cancelled the airtime cost post contract setup? It seems to me that you are just posting a method that you think will give you a device very cheaply without actually reading any small print and understanding how "contracts" work!

I've re-read this twice and still can't work it out.

luke-kirk

O2 refresh means you can exit a contract if you pay of the device price … O2 refresh means you can exit a contract if you pay of the device price hope that helps



Actually that is not how refresh works at all. Refresh means that you can pay the device price upfront ONLY if you are then purchasing another phone on another tarif for 24 months.

Here is the example directly from O2 website;

"Imagine John buys his new smartphone on O2 Refresh. He signs two contracts. One is for his Device Plan: £20 a month for 24 months, with no upfront payment. The other is his Airtime Plan for calls, texts and data: £22 a month, for unlimited minutes to UK numbers, unlimited text messages to UK numbers and 2GB of data. So every month John pays a total of £42.

After 10 months, John wants to get his hands on a new phone. All he has to do is pay off the balance of the Device Plan (not the future months of the Airtime Plan): 14 months x £20 = £280. And if he recycles his old phone through O2 Recycle, he can get money back to pay it off or put towards his new device.

He then buys a new phone on O2 Refresh, chooses his new Device Plan and and Airtime Plan.

If John keeps the same phone after he's fully paid off the Device Plan, the price he pays each month will reduce to include only the price of his Airtime Plan and any services he uses."


OP you have no idea what you have posted

EmperorRosko

Surely if you take out the device + airtime plan of £28 per month, then … Surely if you take out the device + airtime plan of £28 per month, then ask to pay for the device at £13 per month, then you as a customer with a contractual agreement are left with the difference to pay for the airtime? I am an O2 customer and that is how "Refresh" works. Please OP can you actually give evidence that you have basically cancelled the airtime cost post contract setup? It seems to me that you are just posting a method that you think will give you a device very cheaply without actually reading any small print and understanding how "contracts" work!



so it is as op stated done it today with tab 8 LTE called up customer service paid off the phone plan and canceled airtime in the cool of period, best to do in within the 7 days as you have a right to cancel the contract... job done
Edited by: "balvi" 9th Dec 2014

EmperorRosko

Actually that is not how refresh works at all. Refresh means that you can … Actually that is not how refresh works at all. Refresh means that you can pay the device price upfront ONLY if you are then purchasing another phone on another tarif for 24 months.Here is the example directly from O2 website;"Imagine John buys his new smartphone on O2 Refresh. He signs two contracts. One is for his Device Plan: £20 a month for 24 months, with no upfront payment. The other is his Airtime Plan for calls, texts and data: £22 a month, for unlimited minutes to UK numbers, unlimited text messages to UK numbers and 2GB of data. So every month John pays a total of £42.After 10 months, John wants to get his hands on a new phone. All he has to do is pay off the balance of the Device Plan (not the future months of the Airtime Plan): 14 months x £20 = £280. And if he recycles his old phone through O2 Recycle, he can get money back to pay it off or put towards his new device.He then buys a new phone on O2 Refresh, chooses his new Device Plan and and Airtime Plan.If John keeps the same phone after he's fully paid off the Device Plan, the price he pays each month will reduce to include only the price of his Airtime Plan and any services he uses."OP you have no idea what you have posted



They only waive the remaining airtime if you are taking out another phone on another 24 month refresh tarif. Do you really think a huge telecommunication company like O2 are just gonna drop the airtime contract and let you off on your merry way? LOLOLOL

Z3 compact phone is brilliant and looking to get this tab too

Original Poster

EmperorRosko

Surely if you take out the device + airtime plan of £28 per month, then … Surely if you take out the device + airtime plan of £28 per month, then ask to pay for the device at £13 per month, then you as a customer with a contractual agreement are left with the difference to pay for the airtime? I am an O2 customer and that is how "Refresh" works. Please OP can you actually give evidence that you have basically cancelled the airtime cost post contract setup? It seems to me that you are just posting a method that you think will give you a device very cheaply without actually reading any small print and understanding how "contracts" work!



I'm very sorry but I only did what I was told today in the mansfield branch, she said that shes did it for her son. She said as long as i cancel within 14 days it would be fine, I've done know laws small print etc but I know what she told me....LOLOLOL
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