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Apple iPhone 6 Like New Refresh deal £69.99 plus 24 x £8 total price £261.99 o2
Apple iPhone 6 Like New Refresh deal £69.99 plus 24 x £8 total price £261.99 o2

Apple iPhone 6 Like New Refresh deal £69.99 plus 24 x £8 total price £261.99 o2

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Apple iPhone 6 Like New (perfect condition) in 16gb silver. O2.

Refresh deal £69.99 plus 24 x £8 total price £261.99.

Select air time plan £30.

On line silver is only one in stock but when I phoned to place order the offered gold as well in stock yesterday.

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Can't see this tariff option anywhere.

MBeeching

Can't see this tariff option anywhere.



It's the last tariff, 20gb of data

its only the 16gb version !!

O2 plus 16gb = freezing

You can get sealed iPhone 6s on gumtree unlocked for £350 or less why the hell would you get a used 6 stuck on o2?

LittleChimp

You can get sealed iPhone 6s on gumtree unlocked for £350 or less why the … You can get sealed iPhone 6s on gumtree unlocked for £350 or less why the hell would you get a used 6 stuck on o2?



Cause he wants an apple produce and not a Chinese knock off?

Treab

Cause he wants an apple produce and not a Chinese knock off?



You realise all iPhones come with an imei number which you can check to see its genuine...

LittleChimp

You realise all iPhones come with an imei number which you can check to … You realise all iPhones come with an imei number which you can check to see its genuine...



Yep but you realise how many people don't know that or use an IMEI number from a real iPhone to make it look more real

How can you use a different imei number when it's on the back of the sealed box? If it doesn't match when you go to pay just walk away not hard is it.

LittleChimp

How can you use a different imei number when it's on the back of the … How can you use a different imei number when it's on the back of the sealed box? If it doesn't match when you go to pay just walk away not hard is it.



​Point is that if you buy an iPhone off Gumtree you're taking a MASSIVE risk unless the item has an Apple Store receipt or other outright purchase receipt because Gumtree is a hive of scammers and scumbags. Even if you go to a residential address, get them to write a receipt or check the IMEI beforehand it matters not a jot if they stop paying their phone bill or claim on their insurance. Unless you're into vigilantism you won't get your money back as the police won't give a monkey's. I'm sure many people buy things off Gumtree and never have a problem but personally I've had at least four phones end up leaving me out of pocket - and I'm very careful who I buy off, where I meet them and try and check everything before committing. I finally gave up on Gumtree. I'd rather pay 1/3 more money for peace of mind - as well as better resale, since no one wants to buy a phone off someone who got it off Gumtree!

This is from a legitimate store and that adds significant value to *any* product. Take a punt on Gumtree by all means but it's at your own risk, and there's certainly no refund period.

Original Poster

MBeeching

Can't see this tariff option anywhere.


Select iPhone 6 silver 16gb and the tariff use add more and its the 20gb data one (the very last one).
Once phone arrived with it being a refresh deal pay phone off and get O2 to unlock it through there website works a treat. The refresh method is on other threads how it works

not sure why this is so cold - still a very good phone and 16GB is enough for a lot of people. will also get support for years to come.

LittleChimp

How can you use a different imei number when it's on the back of the … How can you use a different imei number when it's on the back of the sealed box? If it doesn't match when you go to pay just walk away not hard is it.



wow a 'sealed box'.... again worthless as anything... chinese knock off boxes looks almost as real as the ones from apple, never assume anything from a private buyer....

LittleChimp

You realise all iPhones come with an imei number which you can check to … You realise all iPhones come with an imei number which you can check to see its genuine...



​Ooooooh a long number! Yeah, that'll defeat the Gumtree scammers....

Had bad experiences with o2 refresh never again

I can not find this. Is the deal still available ?

Can't find it either.

misterleoni

not sure why this is so cold - still a very good phone and 16GB is enough … not sure why this is so cold - still a very good phone and 16GB is enough for a lot of people. will also get support for years to come.



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misterleoni

​Point is that if you buy an iPhone off Gumtree you're taking a MASSIVE r … ​Point is that if you buy an iPhone off Gumtree you're taking a MASSIVE risk unless the item has an Apple Store receipt or other outright purchase receipt because Gumtree is a hive of scammers and scumbags. Even if you go to a residential address, get them to write a receipt or check the IMEI beforehand it matters not a jot if they stop paying their phone bill or claim on their insurance. Unless you're into vigilantism you won't get your money back as the police won't give a monkey's. I'm sure many people buy things off Gumtree and never have a problem but personally I've had at least four phones end up leaving me out of pocket - and I'm very careful who I buy off, where I meet them and try and check everything before committing. I finally gave up on Gumtree. I'd rather pay 1/3 more money for peace of mind - as well as better resale, since no one wants to buy a phone off someone who got it off Gumtree! This is from a legitimate store and that adds significant value to *any* product. Take a punt on Gumtree by all means but it's at your own risk, and there's certainly no refund period.



​Well.said. I would never buy an expensive phone off Gumtree. No comeback if it's dodgy. Gumtree is OK for furniture,cheap electricals but I prefer a reputable dealer for I phones etc

goodluck86

Had bad experiences with o2 refresh never again



​I worry about this. What happened to you.

This is good deal but unfortunately still looks like you have to pay £38 a month for the 20GB of data

goodluck86

Had bad experiences with o2 refresh never again



Hi...what was your bad experience?
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