Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB on EE - Unltd Mins, Texts, 60GB Data for £43pm (£288 cash back - effective £31pm - 24mo / £1032) @ fonehouse
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Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB on EE - Unltd Mins, Texts, 60GB Data for £43pm (£288 cash back - effective £31pm - 24mo / £1032) @ fonehouse

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Expires on 31/08/2019Posted 1st Aug
Before you vote cold, hear me out on this! Provided you submit the cash back correctly, this is a pretty enticing offer for someone after a bigger iPhone.

Remember, fonehouse allow you to submit your bills electronically, so need for recorded post etc, just set some reminders, send the bill and you are done

Unlimited Minutes and Texts, 60GB of Data plus the usual Free BT Sport / Apple Music / Prime Video for £43 pm before cashback (effective £31 per month after £288)


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I guess they not hearing you out lol
Borat01/08/2019 17:49

I guess they not hearing you out lol


No, nobody listens to me at home either, should have expected it
Seems cold to me.

You can get a similar 12-month sim only package for £20pm and I can bet you’d get that rate reduced after the first year. Even if you assume it isn’t, this would mean that you’re effectively paying £552 for an old iPhone and tied into a 2 year contract that involves the hassle of claiming cash back
this has to be a partner deal, over a grand for a 7 plus
It’s a bad deal imo! Honestly not all deals that imply cashback are good.
In this case, you can find a refurbished Grade A iPhone 7 Plus for £ 320, even less.
£ 1,032 - £ 320 = £ 712 (the total cost of the service for 24 months)
£ 712 / 24 = £ 29/month
My point is, its better to buy the phone refurb or second-hand and find a provider that has better offer for less than £ 29/month.
Edited by: "wh1zzard" 1st Aug
wh1zzard01/08/2019 17:59

It’s a bad deal imo! Honestly not all deals that imply cashback are g …It’s a bad deal imo! Honestly not all deals that imply cashback are good.In this case, you can find a refurbished Grade A iPhone 7 Plus for £ 320, even less.£ 1,032 - £ 320 = £ 712 (the total cost of the service for 24 months)£ 712 / 24 = £ 29/monthMy point is, its better to buy the phone refurb or second-hand and find a provider that has better offer for less than £ 29/month.


This would always be the case with refurbished vs new though?

That argument could be made against any contract when comparing a new handset to a refurbished one. It will always be cheaper than brand new.
msmyth01/08/2019 18:02

This would always be the case with refurbished vs new though?That argument …This would always be the case with refurbished vs new though?That argument could be made against any contract when comparing a new handset to a refurbished one. It will always be cheaper than brand new.


A few weeks ago there were 128gb 7 Plus’ floating around for circa £350 through Argos eBay
wh1zzard01/08/2019 17:59

It’s a bad deal imo! Honestly not all deals that imply cashback are g …It’s a bad deal imo! Honestly not all deals that imply cashback are good.In this case, you can find a refurbished Grade A iPhone 7 Plus for £ 320, even less.£ 1,032 - £ 320 = £ 712 (the total cost of the service for 24 months)£ 712 / 24 = £ 29/monthMy point is, its better to buy the phone refurb or second-hand and find a provider that has better offer for less than £ 29/month.


I’m looking for a grade a iPhone 7 Plus can you tell me were I can buy one for £320 thanks in ad
Is this a joke?
sm969001/08/2019 18:43

Is this a joke?


still looks better than the upcoming model
For a near three year old model? Doesn't seem much of a deal to me.
Can buy a refurbished iphone7 for £200 then stick a cheap sim only deal in?
Where is everyone getting the decent refurb deals? I can only really see some semi decent offers on Amazon, but those seem a bit of a gamble.
amycharlie01/08/2019 18:20

I’m looking for a grade a iPhone 7 Plus can you tell me were I can buy one …I’m looking for a grade a iPhone 7 Plus can you tell me were I can buy one for £320 thanks in ad



ebay.co.uk/itm…3A1
Edited by: "wh1zzard" 1st Aug
msmyth01/08/2019 18:02

This would always be the case with refurbished vs new though?That argument …This would always be the case with refurbished vs new though?That argument could be made against any contract when comparing a new handset to a refurbished one. It will always be cheaper than brand new.


True! Don’t get me wrong I own two iphone 7 plus, it’s a great phone! My only problem with this deal is that the phone is three generations old hence no point in buying a new one which would be already “obsolete”.
I’m not into phones I have iPhone 6 which suits me but having problems with it I’m used to iPhone so would like plus but don’t need the latest and wouldn’t pay the extra for latest model
saykred:
Seems cold to me.

You can get a similar 12-month sim only package for £20pm and I can bet you’d get that rate reduced after the first year. Even if you assume it isn’t, this would mean that you’re effectively paying £552 for an old iPhone and tied into a 2 year contract that involves the hassle of claiming cash back

I think the calculation is a bit off. Effectively what is paid for the phone should be 31*24-20*24=168, after cashback claims and a hyperthetical £20pm SIM only for similar allowance. And that seems a very good price for a new iPhone 7 Plus 128GB.
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