Apple iPhone SE 64GB Perfectly Fine £192 (O2 Refresh)
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Apple iPhone SE 64GB Perfectly Fine £192 (O2 Refresh)

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Found 7th Aug 2017
One of the bigger memory versions of the SE at a reasonable price with the usual O2 caveats. Check previous deals how to go through to get the lower price (i.e. Pay the handset off and discard the contract during the cooling off period):






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    Gowlande7 m ago

    I think it's a better deal than a E Pace at retail, even if it is a repost.


    Your comment is more boring than the post! "Yaaawwwwnnnnnn"
    Thanks for sharing the deal. Heat added.
    LOL, thats not on PAYG, on PAYG its £360.00
    Banned
    I love an iphone deal, thanks OP.

    Obviously, a hot deal
    cuslund7 h, 29 m ago

    Your comment is more boring than the post! "Yaaawwwwnnnnnn"

    PLEASE SIR NO VIOLENCE ALLOWED
    19DembaBa1937 m ago

    PLEASE SIR NO VIOLENCE ALLOWED

    Then why use block letters!!!
    16GB available in Silver for £102 again... just bought another
    Which tarrif
    tomwatts52 m ago

    16GB available in Silver for £102 again... just bought another

    How did u get this price ?
    These O2 Deals confuse me because when I click through I cant find out the tariff's suggested. I posted this enquiry last time a n O2 deal was posted and no one could give me any details on how to obtain a refresh deal and cancel without incurring a penalty. If anyone could point me in the direction of a guide to do this I would be indebted. Many thanks
    Just bought 64gb for £192. How do I cancel it? The airtime part? Need it unlocking and wanna stay near the £192 cost ha. Looks like £8 a month. Do I ring up and cancel the airtime part and just leave the device part coming out for 24 months
    Damn that is good it was 220 a week ago and I returned that back for 16gb which I've paid off would it be possible to return a paid device back and get this one ?
    MagicGS10 m ago

    Just bought 64gb for £192. How do I cancel it? The airtime part? Need it …Just bought 64gb for £192. How do I cancel it? The airtime part? Need it unlocking and wanna stay near the £192 cost ha. Looks like £8 a month. Do I ring up and cancel the airtime part and just leave the device part coming out for 24 months

    Check if it's unlocked sometimes they are . Put in a request anyway . Ring them and say you want to pay off device in full and cancel airtime . Obviously don't make calls or SMS just ring 202 a few times etc with the aim
    They refused to cancel contract within cooling off period, insisted on 30 day/1 month payment of airtime
    Price gone up expired
    Can someone explain which tarrif i choose for the 64gb

    Now out of stock
    Edited by: "Myasinax" 8th Aug 2017
    I purchased 16GB iphone SE from O2 for £115. Cancellation was very easy. Added Mophie space pack which provides additional 64GB, case, extra built in battery from amazon costing £19.
    It's a great little phone but moving from an iPhone 5s to this was the most boring phone upgrade ever.
    16GB iPhone SE is still available there for £115.99 (pay for device in full) if you select Almost Perfect
    Heard refresh is unnecessary stress to cancel and endless calls. Also damage your credit file. I would rather pay more and knowing i'm not in for a ride
    aaqeel35 m ago

    16GB iPhone SE is still available there for £115.99 (pay for device in …16GB iPhone SE is still available there for £115.99 (pay for device in full) if you select Almost Perfect


    How do you cancel the Airtime plan?
    NyanBlade17 m ago

    How do you cancel the Airtime plan?


    Call the O2 customer services and ask to cancel.
    NyanBlade2 h, 16 m ago

    How do you cancel the Airtime plan?

    Insert sim, activate your iPhone. Don't use any minutes/text/data. Ring 202, request for unlock code first. Once request goes through, tell them that i have already paid for device in full (if you have selected option of pay for device in full while ordering), can i cancel airtime? They will proceed with your request. If advisor tells you about 30-day notice period, you need to quote that i am cancelling my airtime and sim, which is allowed within 14-days period. Cancellation of airtime takes 24 hours while unlocking will take upto 72 hours. Remember to provide them correct email address so they can send you unlocking confirmation email.
    Edited by: "aaqeel" 8th Aug 2017
    Are all of these out of stock? Keep missing them and need a new phone asap and it is doing my head in
    A market stall trader, upon enquiring of an iPhone once told me "It's perfectly fine, mate..." It wasn't
    Nicolas6 h, 13 m ago

    Then why use block letters!!!

    There is always one
    Ralph8885 h, 2 m ago

    These O2 Deals confuse me because when I click through I cant find out the …These O2 Deals confuse me because when I click through I cant find out the tariff's suggested. I posted this enquiry last time a n O2 deal was posted and no one could give me any details on how to obtain a refresh deal and cancel without incurring a penalty. If anyone could point me in the direction of a guide to do this I would be indebted. Many thanks

    Sometimes self help is the best help!
    Read the old iPhone refresh thread,research & you will find your answers...if want to save ur money you have to spend ur time! Time is money!without a little hassle no saving...
    Ralph8887 h, 44 m ago

    These O2 Deals confuse me because when I click through I cant find out the …These O2 Deals confuse me because when I click through I cant find out the tariff's suggested. I posted this enquiry last time a n O2 deal was posted and no one could give me any details on how to obtain a refresh deal and cancel without incurring a penalty. If anyone could point me in the direction of a guide to do this I would be indebted. Many thanks


    Just take out the contract as if you were going to keep it for 24 months. Within 14 days, call / live chat o2 & say that you'd like to cancel the airtime and pay off the device plan. Simples. By the way, it does leave a mark on your credit file as o2's refresh contracts are similar to a loan. Just a heads up.
    Nicolas10 h, 56 m ago

    Then why use block letters!!!

    No arguing either!!!
    I'd say £229 from giffgaff for a refurb that is brand new for all intents and purposes (I've got one and not a mark on it), has a year's warranty with Apple and doesn't need the contract process which has caused issues for others in the past.
    GigabitEthernet24 m ago

    I'd say £229 from giffgaff for a refurb that is brand new for all intents …I'd say £229 from giffgaff for a refurb that is brand new for all intents and purposes (I've got one and not a mark on it), has a year's warranty with Apple and doesn't need the contract process which has caused issues for others in the past.



    Hey there. Which size is £229, the 16gb or the 64gb? I can only see prices of £219 (16GB) and £269 (64GB) on the website
    tonez11 m ago

    Hey there. Which size is £229, the 16gb or the 64gb? I can only see prices …Hey there. Which size is £229, the 16gb or the 64gb? I can only see prices of £219 (16GB) and £269 (64GB) on the website


    Ah my bad. I must have got the price wrong.
    Edited by: "GigabitEthernet" 8th Aug 2017
    GigabitEthernet4 m ago

    Ah my bad. I must have got the price wrong.



    Damn. I'm guessing you meant to say £269
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    ant_manchester8th Aug

    LOL, thats not on PAYG, on PAYG its £360.00


    No, but as per the description, it's the price you get for the handset only when you cancel the airtime plan within the 14 day free cancellation period. You just keep the handset and pay it off.
    Banned
    Anyone know when about the 16gb almost perfect should be back in stock? Eager to grab this
    Pacer45622 m ago

    Anyone know when about the 16gb almost perfect should be back in stock? …Anyone know when about the 16gb almost perfect should be back in stock? Eager to grab this



    Yes plenty more stock being added at 3.00pm today
    Once the phone is paid off, who is the warranty with?

    I ask as i purchased an iPhone 6 from O2, paid off the balance immediately. Some months later it developed a camera fault. Being not brand new, there was no remaining Apple warranty on it and O2 now say that once the handset is paid off they are not responsible for the handset. O2 keep saying go to Apple, however Apple say the manufacturers warranty had already expired as it was not brand new.

    I'm keen to purchase another refresh handset but reluctant because of this issue.
    Anyone else had this problem?
    24bar1 h, 11 m ago

    Once the phone is paid off, who is the warranty with?I ask as i purchased …Once the phone is paid off, who is the warranty with?I ask as i purchased an iPhone 6 from O2, paid off the balance immediately. Some months later it developed a camera fault. Being not brand new, there was no remaining Apple warranty on it and O2 now say that once the handset is paid off they are not responsible for the handset. O2 keep saying go to Apple, however Apple say the manufacturers warranty had already expired as it was not brand new. I'm keen to purchase another refresh handset but reluctant because of this issue. Anyone else had this problem?


    12 months handset warranty, as per O2 website:
    o2.co.uk/hel…new

    Unlocking the handset does not void the handset warranty. Disconnected the SIM card does not void the handset warranty. Suggesting either to be so is ridiculous.
    It's over!
    stock empty!
    is it not easy to payoff device while placing the order and just cancel the plan later? I can see pay off the device option where it shows device plan..
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