Apple iPhone 6 Plus Refurb (16GB, 64GB & 128GB) - O2 Refresh: £379.99 - £509.99
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Apple iPhone 6 Plus Refurb (16GB, 64GB & 128GB) - O2 Refresh: £379.99 - £509.99

£379.99O2 Deals
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Found 21st Jul 2015
For those that haven't come across O2 Refresh, this is a product where the handset cost (e.g. iPhone) is split from the airtime tariff (minutes, text, data).

YOU CAN PAY OFF THE HANDSET COST AT ANY TIME (inc. immediately after buying, you can then choose to either cancel the airtime tariff agreement or continue by just paying this monthly charge - effectively a SIM only rate).

The pricing for the refurbished iPhone 6 Plus is based on you paying off the handset cost immediately and ending the airtime contract.

The handsets are currently available in all three colours (Gold, Space Grey, Silver) and sizes (16 GB, 64 GB, 128GB). There doesn't appear to be any pricing variation based on colour chosen.

The best price for the various sizes are,
16 GB - £379.99 (£139.99 upfront + 24 x £10)
64 GB - £449.99 (£209.99 upfront + 24 x £10)
128 GB - £509.99 (£149.99 upfront + 24 x £15)

Please remember, you must pay off the 24 month cost for the handset and cancel the airtime agreement to get the prices above. Any calls, texts and data you use before cancelling will incur a charge.

iPhone 6 Plus 5.5-inch display
From £619, £699, £789 for new ones

- rodman

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I've not voted either way but I'm quite sure there was a deal posted yesterday for the iPhone 6 Plus 64GB version, brand new from SmartFoneStore for £450.

Do these come locked?

loofer

I've not voted either way but I'm quite sure there was a deal posted … I've not voted either way but I'm quite sure there was a deal posted yesterday for the iPhone 6 Plus 64GB version, brand new from SmartFoneStore for £450.



That is for the standard 6, not plus

used iPhones , only 3 mths warranty , better deals you can find on eBay , its not hot deal , even not deal , voted cold

karisla

used iPhones , only 3 mths warranty , better deals you can find on eBay , … used iPhones , only 3 mths warranty , better deals you can find on eBay , its not hot deal , even not deal , voted cold


will it not come with balance warranty from Apple ?

Original Poster

Aeschylus

Do these come locked?


Not sure but they should unlock it if requested once you've paid off the handset.

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karisla

used iPhones , only 3 mths warranty , better deals you can find on eBay , … used iPhones , only 3 mths warranty , better deals you can find on eBay , its not hot deal , even not deal , voted cold

O2 wouldn't be able to sell them with 3 months warranty I don't think can you cite that limitation?

will they unlock these for free?

Prices don't match those on O2 refresh page ???

I can't see where the £10 tariff is - the only one with £209 up front is £30 odd

Original Poster

mkh93

will they unlock these for free?


Would appear to be the case o2.co.uk/hel…ork

I can not see these prices OP?

Original Poster

Aeschylus

I can not see these prices OP?


When the tariffs come up, select show more and then select the 10GB tariff (as an example for 128GB device) with the £149.99 upfront. The device plan will show you the £15 monthly device plan. Similar steps for the other two sizes.

Am I being thick, but this is what I see

Apple iPhone 6 Plus Refurb

64GB Space grey
£209.99 £10.00
Airtime Plan

24 month contract
10GB data
4G ready
Unlimited texts
Unlimited minutes
More details £29.00
Delivery

Free
Order by 10PM for next day delivery
Select click and collect at checkout

So is the idea I ring up and cancel the £29 a month sim, and they charge me 24x £10 for the rest of the handset?
Edited by: "Aeschylus" 21st Jul 2015

Original Poster

justhelping

I can't see where the £10 tariff is - the only one with £209 up front is £ … I can't see where the £10 tariff is - the only one with £209 up front is £30 odd


The £29pm is the airtime charge (pay up the device plan and cancel this so you wont have to pay any of this). The monthly charge for the handset is £10 (on the same line where the upfront charge is listed).

Original Poster

Aeschylus

Am I being thick, but this is what I seeApple iPhone 6 Plus Refurb 64GB … Am I being thick, but this is what I seeApple iPhone 6 Plus Refurb 64GB Space grey£209.99 £10.00Airtime Plan24 month contract10GB data4G readyUnlimited textsUnlimited minutesMore details £29.00DeliveryFreeOrder by 10PM for next day deliverySelect click and collect at checkout



As per my other reply, the £29pm is the airtime charge on top of the handset charge. Pay up the handset and cancel to avoid the airtime charges

yehehehes

As per my other reply, the £29pm is the airtime charge on top of the … As per my other reply, the £29pm is the airtime charge on top of the handset charge. Pay up the handset and cancel to avoid the airtime charges




Thanks for this

loofer

I've not voted either way but I'm quite sure there was a deal posted … I've not voted either way but I'm quite sure there was a deal posted yesterday for the iPhone 6 Plus 64GB version, brand new from SmartFoneStore for £450.

link?

backtothecaves

link?



It is for the standard iPhone 6 not plus

Have you done this before?

Reading the terms and conditions on the cancellation policy it states;

If you're a Refresh customer, you've the right to cancel your whole Refresh deal (both your Airtime Plan and Device Plan Credit Agreement) within those 14 days. Or you can change your device for another one but you can only do this once. If you've signed up to O2 Refresh by buying out your old contract early and then change your mind, you can't go back to your old tariff once your new service has started and you can't get a refund on your old contract buy-out fee.

There is no other evidence that an O2 refresh is seen as two separate elements when you want to cancel

ffs site is down
Edited by: "Aeschylus" 21st Jul 2015

I am confused . can someone explain how this works
I m interested in the iphone6 refurb

justhelping

Have you done this before? Reading the terms and conditions on the … Have you done this before? Reading the terms and conditions on the cancellation policy it states; If you're a Refresh customer, you've the right to cancel your whole Refresh deal (both your Airtime Plan and Device Plan Credit Agreement) within those 14 days. Or you can change your device for another one but you can only do this once. If you've signed up to O2 Refresh by buying out your old contract early and then change your mind, you can't go back to your old tariff once your new service has started and you can't get a refund on your old contract buy-out fee.There is no other evidence that an O2 refresh is seen as two separate elements when you want to cancel



That's what I read when these "deals" first started being posted for o2 refresh. It clearly states you can cancel the whole contract both parts or switch your phone not cancel one part and keep the phone. Thus making this less of a deal and more of a scam to get a phone at a reduced rate than it would be on PAYG from o2.

People have commented on other "deals" they were charged a few weeks after cancelling @£29*24 and had hassle getting it refunded. o2 are more than entitled to do this and put a black mark on your credit and ban you from future contracts as by following this process you are breaching terms and conditions and trying to blag a phone discount that's only applied as part of an on going airtime contract!

Yes it might work in theory but noteably only if done manually via the phone. Just remember that because the system allows it to be put through doesn't mean it's permitted. What it's actually supposed to do is allow you to pay off the phone so you can immediately purchase another and continue your airtime contract.

When it's a rubbish phone they want rid of they probably don't mind but when its a more recent model they'll be more likely to pursue you for the entire contract agreed upon, as by not returning the phone you are technically under contract, even if big Jane from customer service says otherwise, she is just doing what the computer allows at the time.

If anything like the iphone 5 on O2 refresh its a 3 month warranty... :/. They gave 1 year and amended it to 3 months claiming because it's O2 refurb it only comes with the standard 3 months warranty that O2 refurb phones get.

justhelping

Have you done this before? Reading the terms and conditions on the … Have you done this before? Reading the terms and conditions on the cancellation policy it states; If you're a Refresh customer, you've the right to cancel your whole Refresh deal (both your Airtime Plan and Device Plan Credit Agreement) within those 14 days. Or you can change your device for another one but you can only do this once. If you've signed up to O2 Refresh by buying out your old contract early and then change your mind, you can't go back to your old tariff once your new service has started and you can't get a refund on your old contract buy-out fee.There is no other evidence that an O2 refresh is seen as two separate elements when you want to cancel


I've just done this iphone5s 16 gb and it works a treat.I contacted O2 on day I received iPhone and cancelled my airtime contract and paid the phone in full.Didn't have to cancel my DD as O2 hadn't time to set it up.The trick is to cancel the airtime contract and buy the handset ASAP.You loose your O2 guarentee but have the full years Apple guarentee .
I'vealways found that you're referred back to Apple anyway.

Is this deal still on? I've looked at the 64gb gold 6 plus but I can't see £209.00 plus 10.00?

expired?

On the site it says it only comes with 3 months warranty but is that only through O2 and would the standard 12 months apply through Apple ?

Thanks OP. Ordered the space grey 64gb. Done the refresh thing before and was no problem at all cancelling. Hopefully all goes smoothly again this time.

rrb

Is this deal still on? I've looked at the 64gb gold 6 plus but I can't … Is this deal still on? I've looked at the 64gb gold 6 plus but I can't see £209.00 plus 10.00?



Look at the options with 10GB of data

Duration of credit agreement 24 months
Upfront cost £139.99
Monthly device payment £10.00
Total Credit amount £240.00
Total amount payable for device £379.99
Interest rate (fixed) 0%
Representative APR 0%
Device cash price £489.99

I've done this with a 5c full warranty with Apple handset was unlocked.

Be great if you keep a years warranty, when we all got iphone 5's a few years back they changed it to 3 months after like a week or so.

There are literally hundreds of these refresh deals on here that many people have done without problems.
If people are unsure don't do it. But it does work.
Hot from me op.

karisla

used iPhones , only 3 mths warranty , better deals you can find on eBay , … used iPhones , only 3 mths warranty , better deals you can find on eBay , its not hot deal , even not deal , voted cold



I got a refurb iPhone on an EE deal and put the serial number into Apples warranty checker and it's showing as just less than a year left. I checked this with an Apple Store and they have said if that's what the checker is saying it's correct.

Not long until the 6(+)S. If you can wait then price will drop of 6(+).

exexpat

Not long until the 6(+)S. If you can wait then price will drop of 6(+).



​I don't see the prices of the 6 and 6 plus dropping that much personally maybe a little, the saving for the 128gb model refurb is almost £300 from Apples brand new price.

exexpat

Not long until the 6(+)S. If you can wait then price will drop of 6(+).



And they are finally dropping the 16gb... Probably because of the class action lawsuit going on....damn ridiculous that they can sell a phone that you will spend more time deleting stuff than you will using it, nearly all the good apps released at now 800mb+ now

Bigsmoke825

​I don't see the prices of the 6 and 6 plus dropping that much personally … ​I don't see the prices of the 6 and 6 plus dropping that much personally maybe a little, the saving for the 128gb model refurb is almost £300 from Apples brand new price.



Will be their usual £100 off old models

If it helps, i have just clarified the unlock procedure with o2. The phone has to be on the network for 24 hours and a couple of calls need to be made. After that, they will unlock for free using the online form posted earlier. Hope this helps.

masekwm

Look at the options with 10GB of dataDuration of credit agreement 24 … Look at the options with 10GB of dataDuration of credit agreement 24 monthsUpfront cost £139.99Monthly device payment £10.00Total Credit amount £240.00Total amount payable for device £379.99Interest rate (fixed) 0%Representative APR 0%Device cash price £489.99



Thanks I did work it out on the end ☺️
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