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8GB Apple iPhone for approximately £240 BRAND NEW BOXED AND UNLOCK IT YOURSELF
8GB Apple iPhone for approximately £240 BRAND NEW BOXED AND UNLOCK IT YOURSELF

8GB Apple iPhone for approximately £240 BRAND NEW BOXED AND UNLOCK IT YOURSELF

Buy forBuy forBuy for£240
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
1. LOG INTO QUIDCO
2. SEARCH MERCHANT APPLE AND VISIT THE MERCHANT
3. PLACE AN ORDER FOR THE 8GB IPHONE
4. ON THE LAST SCREEN ENTER PROMOTIONAL CODE IGGYTJR2KU AND THIS WILL GIVE YOU £20 OFF THE PRICE BEFORE VAT......AND THEREFORE REDUCE THE VAT AS WELL
5. FINAL PRICE 245.50
6 QUIDCO CASHBACK = JUST OVER £5
7 PRICE PAID FOR iPHONE = under £240

Was going to get one from ebay but they going for minimum £290

THE REASON I THINK THIS IS BETTER THAN THE CARPHONE WAREHOUSE DEAL IS BECAUSE ALTHOUGH QUIDCO TRACKS @ £60 IT WILL NOT VALIDATE AS FIRSTLY QUIDCO STATES THAT iPHONE CONTRACTS ONLY CARRY £20 CASHBACK.........AND CHANCES ARE IF YOU DONT ACTIVATE YOUR iPHONE ON A NEW 02 CONTRACT WHICH SEEMS LIKE A LOT OF YOU WON'T BE DOING THEN I THINK THAT WILL ALSO DECLINE, SO YOU WILL END UP PAYING £269 FOR THE PHONE WORSE CASE SCENARIO AND £249 BEST CASE SCENARIO BUT WITH THIS ONE YOUR DEFINITLY ONLY PAYING £245 FOR THE PHONE ON THE APPLE WEBSITE AND QUIDCO SHOULD VALIDATE BUT EVEN IF IT DOESN'T........ITS ONLY A FIVER LOST!

18 Comments

Voted cold for excessive shouting. And dodgy shenanigans.

Original Poster

[email protected];1775610

Minimum £290? No.How about £200, right now? h … Minimum £290? No.How about £200, right now? http://*********.co.uk/Apple-iPhone-8-GB-Mobile-Phone_W0QQitemZ180226751875QQihZ008QQcategoryZ3312QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem




wher can i get a brand new one for £200 ????

already posted

Whatever - there is no profit to be made as you suggest. It's a gimmic anyway!

Cold.

Original Poster

Benjimoron;1775635

already posted



wher?

Original Poster

[email protected];1775640

Whatever - there is no profit to be made as you suggest. It's a gimmic … Whatever - there is no profit to be made as you suggest. It's a gimmic anyway!Cold.




chek on ebay

its a broken one and the 16gb one listed for 199 buy it now is a photograph not an actual phone.

voted hot though rumour has it there will be another price drop soon as the i-phone 2 (pro) is announced

Apple bringing out an updated product so soon after release of the previous version?! Never! :-D

Banned

a bit confusing

widstyle;1775642

wher?



On hukd somewhere, I think the code gave £23 off so it was £3 cheaper too!

Original Poster

Benjimoron;1775927

On hukd somewhere, I think the code gave £23 off so it was £3 cheaper too!



that code has expired!!!

lol now I am confused, though it's easily done. Where is the best real deal for an Iphone at the moment?

Come on...this is a straight rip from the huge Carphone Warehouse deal posted ]HERE

Dozens on that thread have pointed out for weeks that as an alternative it can be bought from Apple direct with the same voucher code posted here.

This hardly needs another thread starting unless its to try and get rep yourself. Your post also fails to mention that unlocking it yourself will almost definately invalidate the warranty.

widstyle;1776131

that code has expired!!!



Think its the same code, just that the £20 is ex-VAT so the saving is £23.50 off the VAT inclusive price.

kevinyork;1776313

Come on...this is a straight rip from the huge Carphone Warehouse deal … Come on...this is a straight rip from the huge Carphone Warehouse deal posted ]HEREDozens on that thread have pointed out for weeks that as an alternative it can be bought from Apple direct with the same voucher code posted here.This hardly needs another thread starting unless its to try and get rep yourself. Your post also fails to mention that unlocking it yourself will almost definately invalidate the warranty.




lol you got it right voted cold

kevinyork;1776313

... Your post also fails to mention that unlocking it yourself will … ... Your post also fails to mention that unlocking it yourself will almost definately invalidate the warranty.



Not "almost definately", more like "might" because once you have restored the original firmware then it will be just like when it was purchased. Though depending on how long you've had it the service centre may wonder why it still has not been activated !

worked for me on a 16gb just now
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