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As New Huawei Mate 20 Pro 128GB Unlocked in Black or Twilight £152 via O2 refresh
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As New Huawei Mate 20 Pro 128GB Unlocked in Black or Twilight £152 via O2 refresh

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Posted 27th Sep
NOTE IT SEEMS TO BE COMING IN & OUT OF STOCK IN BOTH COLOURS SO KEEP TRYING

Best value phone at this ridiculous price currently available on the market place. With excellent battery life, reverse charging & topnotch camera.

As new Huawei Mate 20 Pro 128GB unlocked via o2 refresh comes with cable only.

Click on link here as per photo below

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Once phone received phone to cancel airtime contract - you have 14 days to do this (but best to do within 48hrs in my opinion). And say you wish to keep the phone.

Phone 0344 8090202 then press 2 and then 5 and cancel airtime

Phones are "like new" come in a generic o2 box with a charging cable only. They are single sim, unlocked and available in Twilight or Black.

Note taking out this form of agreement & cancelling can effect your credit rating.

Good luck
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Another thread? Same old questions... Why not just unexpire the original

Plus can be bought brand new sealed in store (£152.00)
Some helpful advice from @Songbird123 on the other mate20 pro thread:

HELP FOR ALL STRUGGLING TO CANCEL AIRTIME & KEEP PHONE WITHOUT PAYING 30 DAYS NOTICE

Top advice for everyone who wants to cancel within the cooling off period and keep the phone.

1. When you call up state you took out an 02 Refresh package, with an airtime agreement and a device plan agreement and you now want to cancel the airtime agreement only under paragraph 10.1 of the their terms and conditions, which gives you the right to cancel the airtime agreement within the 14 days change your mind period. You dont need to read out to them what paragraph 10.1 says as they already know it, but this is what it says:

10.1 Unless we've said otherwise and if you purchased your Service directly from us (rather than one of our distributors), you can cancel this Service Agreement before the end of the 14 day Change-Your-Mind Period. This is in addition to any statutory or regulatory rights you may have. It applies as long as you give us notice within this period either by returning your SIM Card to any O2 shop or by calling customer services. Check our Website, ask in an O2 shop or call customer services for details of our Change-Your-Mind Period.

2. Explain that you have paid the device off in full (if you already have), or that you would like to (if you still have any outstanding amount to pay)

If the member of staff understands how Refresh works, they will cancel the airtime agreement only and let you keep the phone as long as you have already paid for the device in full or are willing to pay it off during the call.

But if you encounter a member of staff who does not understand the terms, they will likely tell you that you have to give 30 days notice on the airtime plan if you wish to keep the device and that otherwise you will have to return it, as cancelling the airtime contract, also results in cancellation of the equipment agreement. They may quote the following paragraph 10.2 which states :


10.2 If you are cancelling under paragraph 10.1 you must return any Equipment that we supplied or sold you as part of this Agreement, undamaged, unlocked (i.e. free of security or software locks) with proof of purchase, in the original packaging and complete with all the original parts, within the Change-Your-Mind Period. You must return it through the channel you were sold it or through the methods described in our repair and returns policy. Check our Website, ask in an O2 shop or call customer services for details of our repair and returns processes. You'll be charged for Non-Returns.

3. If they say you can't keep the device even if you have paid it off in full or are willing to do so, without paying for 30 days notice, you need to refer them to paragraph 10.4 which makes it clear that cancelling the airtime service agreement does not cancel the device plan aswell where you have paid or are willing to pay the device off in full. Therefore you may retain the phone, but cancel the airtime agreement in the 14 day cooling off/change your mind period. Paragraph 10.4 reads:

10.4 Subject to paragraphs 12 and 13 below, if you cancel this Service Agreement during your 14 day Change-Your-Mind Period, any Equipment Agreement that you agreed to at the same time for the supply of any Equipment will also be cancelled UNLESS you choose to pay in full for your Equipment in line with the terms of a Device Plan. See paragraph 13 for further details on returning or replacing Equipment.

So the key word in paragraph 10.4 is unless (which I have put in capitals for emphasis). All the wording after the word 'unless' makes it clear you can cancel the airtime agreement within the 14 day change of mind period and still keep the phone, as long as you pay off the phone in full.

I hope this is clear. Below is a link to the full terms and conditions, but hopefully nobody else will need to go through them as I have already quoted the key paragraphs you need to rely on to cancel the airtime and keep the phone, without paying for 30 days notice, namely paragraph 10.1 and 10.4.


o2.co.uk/ter…ent

If all the steps above do not work, escalate the matter to a manager or dispute resolution team. I guarantee someone in the chain will accept that para 10.4 allows you to keep the phone and end the airtime agreement without paying for 30 days notice, but be ready to quote paragraph 10.4 to each person you talk to. It's the key paragraph.
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Can't you just buy the phone without a pay monthly package?
MRGRINGO27/09/2019 09:50

Can't you just buy the phone without a pay monthly package?


It's only a 1 month SIM which in t&C's says you can cancel at any time
DazLFC27/09/2019 09:53

It's only a 1 month SIM which in t&C's says you can cancel at any time


Sorry. I went straight to the deal. Great price.
Is this like the Vodafone 1 month sim only phone contracts that were on Carphone Warehouse?
How do you pay the device in full? I can't see the option on the website?
Ticklehamster27/09/2019 09:58

How do you pay the device in full? I can't see the option on the website?


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I have the mate 10 pro and it is super solid.. now with the mate 30 not reaching the shores I struggle to decide between this and the p30pro..
Sven_Hannemann27/09/2019 09:59

I have the mate 10 pro and it is super solid.. now with the mate 30 not …I have the mate 10 pro and it is super solid.. now with the mate 30 not reaching the shores I struggle to decide between this and the p30pro..


I'm going to wait & think P30 Pro will easily be sub £400 this time next year
Oh boy this will get hot
Ordered another cheers op the gift what keeps on giving
Does doing this affect your credit score. Posts on old thread saying that cancelling the pay monthly tariff afyer you receive it does!
It may be better to factor in one month's tariff then cancel?
Don’t forget quidco
cheers op, link takes it to black, ordered twilight
If you cashed in on these O2 Refresh deals last week, you might need to use a different card to pay with.

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Edited by: "Rebelutionary1" 27th Sep
I used same card no problem just use the gmail hack when registering accounts
Edited by: "the.porter" 27th Sep
the.porter27/09/2019 10:07

I used same card no problem just use the gmail hack when registering …I used same card no problem just use the gmail hack when registering accounts


I bought two from Refresh last week so maybe that's why.
Yes this time I was quick enough:) thanks op. Heat added
Another thread? Same old questions... Why not just unexpire the original

Plus can be bought brand new sealed in store (£152.00)
£35 Quidco tracked
This actually worked for me many thanks
MRGRINGO27/09/2019 10:04

Does doing this affect your credit score. Posts on old thread saying that …Does doing this affect your credit score. Posts on old thread saying that cancelling the pay monthly tariff afyer you receive it does! It may be better to factor in one month's tariff then cancel?


Mine did in fact drop a chunk. Since its a contract I'm guessing you lose some unless you give the 30 days notice.
If getting a 30 day plan with this can you just STAC away without involving customer services?
Are these unlocked?
Edited by: "saq17" 27th Sep
ShaneDarch27/09/2019 09:58

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Couldn't work out when in the process this came up (modified the deal) ended up at the checkout to fast so not to miss out again. But final managed to bag one thanks. (paid in full (y)). Nearly pulled the trigger on the p30 pro deal but this will keep me going until 5g gets sorted with some decent phones.
zermattbusby27/09/2019 10:10

Another thread? Same old questions... Why not just unexpire the …Another thread? Same old questions... Why not just unexpire the originalPlus can be bought brand new sealed in store (£152.00)


Why don’t you give back for a change instead of milking this site ,maybe while your stood there on the golf course you can answer the questions is it locked will it effect my credit rating etc etc
MRGRINGO27/09/2019 10:04

Does doing this affect your credit score. Posts on old thread saying that …Does doing this affect your credit score. Posts on old thread saying that cancelling the pay monthly tariff afyer you receive it does! It may be better to factor in one month's tariff then cancel?


They do a credit search yes. Will affect it but not like it's going to dent your score
Just making sure in not missing anything, but is the cheapest monthly plan £21? Is this the one everyone is selecting? When is the best time to cancel this sim?
18+ only 🙎
£30 TCB tracked
danielmgreen2427/09/2019 10:21

Just making sure in not missing anything, but is the cheapest monthly plan …Just making sure in not missing anything, but is the cheapest monthly plan £21? Is this the one everyone is selecting? When is the best time to cancel this sim?


Also wondering the same, want to get this but want to be 100% sure on steps that follow an order
Ticklehamster27/09/2019 10:22

£30 TCB tracked


If you cancel your airtime it probably won't track fully
danielmgreen2427/09/2019 10:21

Just making sure in not missing anything, but is the cheapest monthly plan …Just making sure in not missing anything, but is the cheapest monthly plan £21? Is this the one everyone is selecting? When is the best time to cancel this sim?


This is the one I selected, I'll cancel as soon as it arrives. I've done this before and never been charged for the first month.
the.porter27/09/2019 10:16

Why don’t you give back for a change instead of milking this site ,maybe w …Why don’t you give back for a change instead of milking this site ,maybe while your stood there on the golf course you can answer the questions is it locked will it effect my credit rating etc etc


Listen, just because Ollie's having a bad time of it, don't take it out on me
Do I just add the £21 a month option then checkout as usual?
Isaac_McCafferty27/09/2019 10:22

If you cancel your airtime it probably won't track fully


Yes you're probably correct, Always worth a try
Ticklehamster27/09/2019 10:27

Yes you're probably correct, Always worth a try


mine didn’t pay out last time i did the p30 deal
Daft question.... but will this phone work with 3 mobile?
Sven_Hannemann27/09/2019 09:59

I have the mate 10 pro and it is super solid.. now with the mate 30 not …I have the mate 10 pro and it is super solid.. now with the mate 30 not reaching the shores I struggle to decide between this and the p30pro..


P30 Pro edges it for me, but it's so much more expensive.
Only black in stock
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