Apple iPhone 7 32GB Silver £27.00 pm and upfront £90 with 3GB Data O2 @ Mobiles.co.uk- £738 total cost
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Apple iPhone 7 32GB Silver £27.00 pm and upfront £90 with 3GB Data O2 @ Mobiles.co.uk- £738 total cost

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Found 4th Sep 2017
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If you've held off until now, you may as well just wait for the announcments next week to see if this falls in price or not.
I ordered this deal for the wife yesterday. Best deal I could find for an iPhone 7 on o2
Voted cold. I pay £27 p/m + paid £65 upfront for a refurb iPhone 7 128gb with same amount of data that is honestly like new.

It's perfect, came with an Apple warranty and had everything minus the headphone adapter thing. Only one minor scuff on the side that was practically invisible and I only noticed it because I was looking all over it closely.

This was back in April- 5 months ago yesterday to be exact. Very happy with it and don't regret it one bit.
Edited by: "Mechtup" 4th Sep 2017
Dolphinzz8 m ago

Voted cold. I pay £27 p/m + paid £65 upfront for a refurb iPhone 7 128gb w …Voted cold. I pay £27 p/m + paid £65 upfront for a refurb iPhone 7 128gb with same amount of data that is honestly like new. It's perfect, came with an Apple warranty and had everything minus the headphone adapter thing. Only one minor scuff on the side that was practically invisible and I only noticed it because I was looking all over it closely.This was back in April- 5 months ago yesterday to be exact. Very happy with it and don't regret it one bit.


So your comparing the price of a used or graded iPhone, against a new one?
peter1969uk55 m ago

So your comparing the price of a used or graded iPhone, against a new one?

Yes, I am. To me, it is like new, and 32gb is sometimes not enough.
Signed up to a contract 7 months ago on mobiles.co.uk for a brand new iPhone 7 128gb gloss black,Unlimted mins,texts and 2GB data, £25.99 per month,£170 or £180 upfront. Works out just under £800 after cashback(£20 ish)
Edited by: "linhang90" 5th Sep 2017
Dolphinzz6 h, 53 m ago

Yes, I am. To me, it is like new, and 32gb is sometimes not enough.


I agree with 32gb not being enough, my iPhone 6 128gb started developing battery issues. So I took to an Apple Store to get a new battery installed for £79. However they said they wouldn't install it, as it had been submerged in water and had water damage. It's never been in water, it might have been in my pocket when its rained, but thats the only time its got wet. I looked at iPhone deals, but instead went for the Samsung s8, due to the expandable memory.

I still say, you can't compare new against graded stock which has been returned. It's like comparing a brand new car to a pre-registered car or one owner car.. Theirs obviously going to be price differences.
Why cold this is amazing price for iPhone 7
monkey19991 h, 59 m ago

Why cold this is amazing price for iPhone 7



Its a sad trend with HUKD im afraid.
Samsung Phones are automatically voted scorching hot and iPhone deals are voted freezing cold.
Mainly due to the android trolling community
Carphone warehouse just rang me offering iPhone 7 128gb. Unlimited mins and text with 5gb internet for £35 a month. Dont know if it is a good deal or to wait and see if prices drop after the new announcement next week.
sabz417th Sep

Carphone warehouse just rang me offering iPhone 7 128gb. Unlimited mins …Carphone warehouse just rang me offering iPhone 7 128gb. Unlimited mins and text with 5gb internet for £35 a month. Dont know if it is a good deal or to wait and see if prices drop after the new announcement next week.

I'd say thats an average price if you do shop around. But as someone with gets contract from high street shop,they do pay more and in that case its a good price
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