Apple iPhone SE 32GB Sim Free reduced by £40 now £299.99  @ Argos
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Apple iPhone SE 32GB Sim Free reduced by £40 now £299.99 @ Argos

£299.99Argos Deals
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Found 5th Jul 2017Edited by:"captainbeaky"
iPhone SE 32gb & 128gb reduced by £40 to £299.99 & £399.99 respectively at Argos.

John Lewis usually price match Argos without issue so probably worth getting 2yr guarantee


32GB argos.co.uk/pro…985

128GB argos.co.uk/pro…945

John Lewis:
johnlewis.com/app…rey

The iPhone SE, the most powerful 4-inch phone ever. The 12-megapixel camera captures incredible photos and 4K videos, while Live Photos brings your images to life. The result is an iPhone that looks small. But lives large.

The se comes with a collection of essential apps. Send texts, photos and videos with messaging and make video calls with facetime. The music app gives you easy access to apple music and your personal collection.

The iPhone se is built with the same advanced chip that's in the iPhone 6s. Offering spectacular speed and responsiveness, with console-classic graphics performance, your favourite apps and games will be incredibly rich and immersive.


Capture sharp, detailed stills with the 12 megapixel isight camera. Shoot and edit brilliant 4K video – up to 4 times the resolution of 1080p hd video.

This is a unlocked phone with no commitment to any network, you decide which sim card to use. Choose the most suitable plan, whether it's a contract or a pay-as-you-go. The sim is unlocked throughout the lifetime of the phone without restriction.

Network:

  • Network provider: Sim free.
  • 4G network capability.
  • SIM card type: nano SIM.
Display and Design:

  • 4 inch LED display.
  • With a density of 326 pixels per inch.
  • Touch screen.
Dimensions:

  • Size H123.8, W58.6, D7.6mm.
  • Weight 113g.
Camera and Video:

  • Rear camera 12MP.
  • Front camera 1.2MP.
  • Video capture in 4K UHD quality.
Storage:

  • Internal memory 128GB.
  • Expandable memory up to 128GB.
Technical specifications:

  • 1.85GHz dual core .
  • 2GB RAM.
  • Operating system: iOS iOS 10.
Battery:

  • 240 hours standby time.
  • 840 minutes talk time.
  • 1624mAh battery capacity.
Product features:

  • MP3 and MP4 player.
  • Headphone port.
  • Contactless payment.
  • Fingerprint scanner.
Connectivity:

  • Wi-Fi.
  • Bluetooth.
  • NFC.
  • GPS.

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19DembaBa19

O2 Refresh £100.00 got 3 thanks


I suppose that's ok for people who can only afford second-hand, thanks
zizzles

I suppose that's ok for people who can only afford second-hand, thanks



Since your so rich why you scraping through deals site you should buy it from Apple
zizzles

I suppose that's ok for people who can only afford second-hand, thanks



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jeh12369

Cold. Can get the 6 for the same price at O2. Even though they are … Cold. Can get the 6 for the same price at O2. Even though they are "second hand" they are pretty much new. You also get the same warranty. Easy to unlock and cancel. The SE is only £100 too.



But the iphone 6 is an older, lower spec phone than this, so surely this is a better deal if it's the same price?
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O2 Refresh £100.00 got 3 thanks
19DembaBa19

O2 Refresh £100.00 got 3 thanks


I suppose that's ok for people who can only afford second-hand, thanks
19DembaBa19

O2 Refresh £100.00 got 3 thanks


link?
zizzles

I suppose that's ok for people who can only afford second-hand, thanks



Since your so rich why you scraping through deals site you should buy it from Apple
zizzles

I suppose that's ok for people who can only afford second-hand, thanks



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zizzles

I suppose that's ok for people who can only afford second-hand, thanks



up there for daftest comment of the year, since the phones are near enough brand new and most come with up to 12 months Apple warranty its a massive saving enough to make them a better deal.


SkyeVincent

link?



16GB are currently out of stock but come in all of the time they don't have a 32 but the 64 less than this. iphone 7 are £270+ as well, check the feedback on the hot thread. Check out other Argos phone threads sure I remember then locking to first sim but could be wrong, it's all in the definition of sim free.

o2.co.uk/sho…ew/
Edited by: "eslick" 5th Jul 2017
19DembaBa1930 m ago

O2 Refresh £100.00 got 3 thanks



don't people have probs with contract cancelling etc with O2 refresh ?
...and how easy is unlock ?
Edited by: "J9STL" 5th Jul 2017
J9STL

[quote=19DembaBa19] O2 Refresh £100.00 got 3 thanks


don't people have probs with contract cancelling etc with O2 refresh ?
...and how easy is unlock ?[/quote
No problems and easy unlock.
front camera is 1.3 mp, ugh!!
mcormack7 m ago

don't people have probs with contract cancelling etc with O2 refresh …don't people have probs with contract cancelling etc with O2 refresh ?...and how easy is unlock ?[/quoteNo problems and easy unlock.

I've not had any problems. Pity the 32gb is out of stock at O2. But where they really £100? Its £112 for the 16gb currently.
Cold. Can get the 6 for the same price at O2. Even though they are "second hand" they are pretty much new. You also get the same warranty. Easy to unlock and cancel. The SE is only £100 too.
jeh1236922 m ago

Cold. Can get the 6 for the same price at O2. Even though they are "second …Cold. Can get the 6 for the same price at O2. Even though they are "second hand" they are pretty much new. You also get the same warranty. Easy to unlock and cancel. The SE is only £100 too.

Some people would much rather pay the extra for peace of mind and security and take out the hassle of signing up to contracts, go through credit checks, going through cancellation processes, risk getting stung as people have been now and then, get an unlock code, get a second hand phone from o2.

I've seen the many great deals o2 refresh offer, but personally have never gone for them because there are a few who end up having to see the contract through.
Not sure it's fair to vote cold because it's not a 6. This is a great deal if you're looking for a small phone.
The gold model is only £289 at GiffGaff

giffgaff.com/mob…868
Bird68

Not sure it's fair to vote cold because it's not a 6. This is a great … Not sure it's fair to vote cold because it's not a 6. This is a great deal if you're looking for a small phone.



I just don't see it as a deal when there is a cheaper price for the same phone. Especially when there is a £100-£200 saving depending on what GB you want
jeh12369

Cold. Can get the 6 for the same price at O2. Even though they are … Cold. Can get the 6 for the same price at O2. Even though they are "second hand" they are pretty much new. You also get the same warranty. Easy to unlock and cancel. The SE is only £100 too.



But the iphone 6 is an older, lower spec phone than this, so surely this is a better deal if it's the same price?
I've put in a JL price match request as the wife's iPhone 5 battery is kaput, and she's wants a newer model with more features.

I said that I'm still the best looker she's ever going to get, but the new phone will sort the battery issue out.
Is this a lock to first sim version? I swap sims when going abroad, so no good for me if it does that.
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Predikuesi11 m ago

Is this a lock to first sim version? I swap sims when going abroad, so no …Is this a lock to first sim version? I swap sims when going abroad, so no good for me if it does that.



From the description: "The sim is unlocked throughout the lifetime of the phone without restriction". In the questions & answers - argos support also confirm that the phone remains unlocked & doesn't lock to first sim.



zizzles

I suppose that's ok for people who can only afford second-hand, thanks


Typical mindset of Apple fanboy. They think because they throw away several hundred pounds on a bit of mid-range tech only worth half that, it makes them better than everyone else. Sorry, money can't buy you class X)
K0YS

Some people would much rather pay the extra for peace of mind and … Some people would much rather pay the extra for peace of mind and security and take out the hassle of signing up to contracts, go through credit checks, going through cancellation processes, risk getting stung as people have been now and then, get an unlock code, get a second hand phone from o2. I've seen the many great deals o2 refresh offer, but personally have never gone for them because there are a few who end up having to see the contract through.


Only those who can't read or comprehend a contract.
Good '1 year on' review here

youtube.com/wat…RKQ

You don't really believe that this is only worth half it's cost do you? It's a quality, very fast mid range phone
Great find. Although I'm holding out for an SE 2 whilst praying my 5C can make it till whenever that is!
[quote=19DembaBa19]\x0d\x0aSince your so rich why you scraping through deals site you should buy it from Apple[/quote]\x0d\x0a\x0d\x0aI shop wisely to be able to afford my children's school fees. The way that you write reminds me that it is a worthwhile expense. \x0d\x0a\x0d\x0a\x0d\x0a
nice, less faf with O2 and its brand new.
J9STL

don't people have probs with contract cancelling etc with O2 refresh … don't people have probs with contract cancelling etc with O2 refresh ?...and how easy is unlock ?


It's easy to unlock but cancelling the contract is a pain. I've had 3 and after cancelling they've took out the full contract payment along with phone plan. It takes ages to refund so had to get bank involved for instant refund.
Effectively matches the Giffgaff one I grabbed a couple of weeks ago (£289 + £10 enforced topup), and very happy with it - 6S innards in a pocket / one-hand friendly package - so heat added.

Things to consider before purchasing:
- It still has 6S generation internals despite getting a storage bump recently. It'll be fine for at least a few years for sure, just bear in mind it's technology that came out in September 2015. This is still a pretty decent price when you think about the per-year cost of a device bought full price on day of release.
- If you like taking selfies, the front facing camera is a bit oldschool. I can't stand my own face, so no problems there
- Possibility of an SE2 in September... this is seeming more and more likely to me with all the SE deals flying around lately. But of course you'd be probably looking at about £400+.
Edited by: "Cloudane" 5th Jul 2017
Cloudane

Effectively matches the Giffgaff one I grabbed a couple of weeks ago … Effectively matches the Giffgaff one I grabbed a couple of weeks ago (£289 + £10 enforced topup), and very happy with it - 6S innards in a pocket / one-hand friendly package - so heat added.Things to consider before purchasing:- It still has 6S generation internals despite getting a storage bump recently. It'll be fine for at least a few years for sure, just bear in mind it's technology that came out in September 2015. This is still a pretty decent price when you think about the per-year cost of a device bought full price on day of release.- If you like taking selfies, the front facing camera is a bit oldschool. I can't stand my own face, so no problems there :)- Possibility of an SE2 in September... this is seeming more and more likely to me with all the SE deals flying around lately. But of course you'd be probably looking at about £400+.



There is an option to remove a £10 top up, it's not mandatory.
[quote=jstromecs1][quote=Cloudane] Effectively matches the Giffgaff one I grabbed a couple of weeks ago (£289 + £10 enforced topup), and very happy with it - 6S innards in a pocket / one-hand friendly package - so heat added.\x0d\x0aThings to consider before purchasing:\x0d\x0a- It still has 6S generation internals despite getting a storage bump recently. It'll be fine for at least a few years for sure, just bear in mind it's technology that came out in September 2015. This is still a pretty decent price when you think about the per-year cost of a device bought full price on day of release.\x0d\x0a- If you like taking selfies, the front facing camera is a bit oldschool. I can't stand my own face, so no problems there :)\x0d\x0a- Possibility of an SE2 in September... this is seeming more and more likely to me with all the SE deals flying around lately. But of course you'd be probably looking at about £400+.[/quote]\x0d\x0aThere is an option to remove a £10 top up, it's not mandatory.[/quote]\x0d\x0a\x0d\x0a\x0d\x0ahow?
Help please?
Was just about to purchase iPod touch 32gb for 8 year old. Is this a better option (although she won't be making phone calls)??
mcormack

Only those who can't read or comprehend a contract.



CouldntThinkOfAUsername

It's easy to unlock but cancelling the contract is a pain. I've had 3 and … It's easy to unlock but cancelling the contract is a pain. I've had 3 and after cancelling they've took out the full contract payment along with phone plan. It takes ages to refund so had to get bank involved for instant refund.


exactly my point with o2 refresh.
I actually bought one pretty much as a replacement for an iPod touch (5th gen) and I'm kind of regretting it. The iPod has a much better screen and it's so slim and sexy. No idea about the 6th gen.

The one plus (apart from being able to make calls), is that it does sound significantly better.

So, yeah, not much help there.
zizzles

I suppose that's ok for people who can only afford second-hand, thanks



That second hand for your information usually still has apple warranty for up to 12 months in place as well as only 1-2 charge cycles on the battery.
[quote=J9STL][quote=19DembaBa19]O2 Refresh £100.00 got 3 thanks[/quote] \x0a\x0adon't people have probs with contract cancelling etc with O2 refresh ?\x0a...and how easy is unlock ?\x0a[/quote]\x0a\x0aVery easy to unlock and yes people have had problems with O2 continuing to take money out of their bank even after cancelling the contract
Bird68

I actually bought one pretty much as a replacement for an iPod touch (5th … I actually bought one pretty much as a replacement for an iPod touch (5th gen) and I'm kind of regretting it. The iPod has a much better screen and it's so slim and sexy. No idea about the 6th gen.The one plus (apart from being able to make calls), is that it does sound significantly better.So, yeah, not much help there.



Actually that is good to know... I thought screen was the same on both. Sounds like iPod might be one to go for (if not requiring telephone function)
19DembaBa19

O2 Refresh £100.00 got 3 thanks



Ment to be a absolute stress nightmare 02 refresh though aren't they? Heard loads of things about them damaging peoples credit files due to not having a straight forward process about cancelling airtime. Rather pay this price than risk refresh
thegaffer89

Great find. Although I'm holding out for an SE 2 whilst praying my 5C can … Great find. Although I'm holding out for an SE 2 whilst praying my 5C can make it till whenever that is!



Stop the updates and 5c will make it through the rain
jstromecs1

There is an option to remove a £10 top up, it's not mandatory.



How?

I saw people saying if they already had giffgaff they could, but for those who don't have anything active with them? I couldn't find a way.
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