Brand new iPhone 6 32gb silver £240 o2
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Brand new iPhone 6 32gb silver £240 o2

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Found 13th Nov
O2 refresh deal but phone is brand new. Handset price is £10 per month choose whichever tariff you want.

Just pay off the handset once it arrives and cancel the contract.

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Don’t do it. The 6 is getting very laggy, especially with iOS 11.

At very least look at the 6s or SE.

My iPhone 6 is fine, I just had the battery replaced and it’s like a new phone, not laggy at all
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Crazy price for an old phone!

Don’t do it. The 6 is getting very laggy, especially with iOS 11.

At very least look at the 6s or SE.

brendanb5813 m ago

Crazy price for an old phone!


Cex still give £159 cash or £223 voucher for one of these Unlocked and Grade A. Seems to be holding its own in value terms.

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The iPhone 6 is ok for me as I did have the 5s which the charger point stopped working so had to get a new phone. I’m not bothered about having the latest version so not interested in pay £500-£1000 and was looking around for a second hand iPhone 6 and people were asking £150-£200 for a second hand version.

So this is ideal for me

My iPhone 6 is fine, I just had the battery replaced and it’s like a new phone, not laggy at all

Feeling a bit slow on iOS 11. Wouldn't go for one of these at this price and capacity.

Happy with my iPhone 6 as well.

Oneday772 h, 0 m ago

Don’t do it. The 6 is getting very laggy, especially with iOS 11. At very l …Don’t do it. The 6 is getting very laggy, especially with iOS 11. At very least look at the 6s or SE.

Yeah the new software sucks like a slug

If I purchase this but don't update the software would that be possible and would it run smoothly?

My 6 Plus is fine on ios11.

HAs anyone had any experience of the o2 Refresh? Is it really that easy to cancel in the first week and pay off the handset at £240 in full? I have a 3 year old iPhone6 which I could sell online for £190-£200 - meaning this will cost me £40-£50 for a brand new phone. Not fussed about bigger screens, faster this and that, better camera etc.

Any advice greatly welcomed.

Red.Devil7 m ago

HAs anyone had any experience of the o2 Refresh? Is it really that easy to …HAs anyone had any experience of the o2 Refresh? Is it really that easy to cancel in the first week and pay off the handset at £240 in full? I have a 3 year old iPhone6 which I could sell online for £190-£200 - meaning this will cost me £40-£50 for a brand new phone. Not fussed about bigger screens, faster this and that, better camera etc.Any advice greatly welcomed.


Search O2 Refresh Deals on here and there's nearly 300 odd. Lots of comments (both good and bad) about how easy it is pay off the phone straight away. Have a read through and see what you think.

wotsupmrbear1 h, 11 m ago

My iPhone 6 is fine, I just had the battery replaced and it’s like a new p …My iPhone 6 is fine, I just had the battery replaced and it’s like a new phone, not laggy at all

Amazing! I was going to replace my slow phone but perhaps a new battery is what I need instead?

This is straight from their T&C's (https://www.o2.co.uk/sites/default/files/docs/device-plan-cca-tcs-updated-with-new-phone-numbers-02-11-2016.pdf) so don't see any issues with cancelling the contract and paying off the device:

9.1 You have the right to withdraw from the Credit Agreement, without giving any reason, before the end of 14 days beginning with the day after the day on which this Credit Agreement is made; or (if later) when you receive the Device. The right you have to withdraw from this Credit Agreement does not affect your agreement for the purchase of the Device (which is governed by the Pay Monthly Mobile Agreement (including the Equipment Agreement)). If you withdraw from this Credit Agreement before the end of the “cooling off” period but after our Change-Your-Mind period (see your Pay Monthly Mobile Agreement (including the Equipment Agreement) and details our website), you will have to repay the full Amount of Credit to purchase the Device outright.

AmitC17 m ago

This is straight from their T&C's …This is straight from their T&C's (https://www.o2.co.uk/sites/default/files/docs/device-plan-cca-tcs-updated-with-new-phone-numbers-02-11-2016.pdf) so don't see any issues with cancelling the contract and paying off the device:9.1 You have the right to withdraw from the Credit Agreement, without giving any reason, before the end of 14 days beginning with the day after the day on which this Credit Agreement is made; or (if later) when you receive the Device. The right you have to withdraw from this Credit Agreement does not affect your agreement for the purchase of the Device (which is governed by the Pay Monthly Mobile Agreement (including the Equipment Agreement)). If you withdraw from this Credit Agreement before the end of the “cooling off” period but after our Change-Your-Mind period (see your Pay Monthly Mobile Agreement (including the Equipment Agreement) and details our website), you will have to repay the full Amount of Credit to purchase the Device outright.


Thanks for this, looks like too much of a gamble.

I did it last year, no problems at all

That’s an expensive paperweight 😳

I got my daughter an Iphone 6 on o2 refresh in June 2016 and that's only £11pm (£264 over 2 years), so i wouldn't say this was a good deal.

Good price for new but the 2GB RAM in the 6s and SE make all the difference on the new iOS, even Apple magic can't fix that ridiculous RAM deficit the 6 has (and never should have had in 2014...). In all honesty, it's just as stupid that customers aren't allow to go back to the older iOS where it's smoother - I just stumbled across an iPad 3 in our office that was running iOS 6.0.1, I could not believe how smooth it ran (obviously app compatibility is an issue at this stage).

Oneday774 h, 59 m ago

Don’t do it. The 6 is getting very laggy, especially with iOS 11. At very l …Don’t do it. The 6 is getting very laggy, especially with iOS 11. At very least look at the 6s or SE.


Don't be iSheep, my iPhone 6 is perfectly fine on iOS 8.4.1
Nobody is forcing you to upgrade to latest iOS.

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Red.Devil2 h, 38 m ago

HAs anyone had any experience of the o2 Refresh? Is it really that easy to …HAs anyone had any experience of the o2 Refresh? Is it really that easy to cancel in the first week and pay off the handset at £240 in full? I have a 3 year old iPhone6 which I could sell online for £190-£200 - meaning this will cost me £40-£50 for a brand new phone. Not fussed about bigger screens, faster this and that, better camera etc.Any advice greatly welcomed.


I’ve already done it and also done it in the past it’s simple and make sure you unlock it from o2 first which is also free

Cold this is the bendy iphone

Red.Devil13 h, 3 m ago

HAs anyone had any experience of the o2 Refresh? Is it really that easy to …HAs anyone had any experience of the o2 Refresh? Is it really that easy to cancel in the first week and pay off the handset at £240 in full? I have a 3 year old iPhone6 which I could sell online for £190-£200 - meaning this will cost me £40-£50 for a brand new phone. Not fussed about bigger screens, faster this and that, better camera etc.Any advice greatly welcomed.


I got mine on refresh last summer, after getting the unlock confirmed I called to pay off the handset, they asked if there was anything else that they could do?. I replied, ‘yes, now can I pay off the 2 year contract’ It felt naughty, but it worked, I got a 16gb iPhone 6 for £180.

Can't figure out how to find this deal.

This deal only for current o2 custommers?

You would need to connect to iTunes to set it up as it’s a new handset and it would automatically update to the latest iOS version 😥

bigdaveplym1 h, 0 m ago

Can't figure out how to find this deal.




For example choose the 500mb plan, it’s £15 a month, plus £10 a month for the device. Do you see it?

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coventry196653 m ago

This deal only for current o2 custommers?


No it’s for everyone

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P.s I’m on iOS 11 and it’s certainly a lot better than my 5s not slow at all does what it’s supposed to do

The specs are terrible

wotsupmrbear22 h, 5 m ago

My iPhone 6 is fine, I just had the battery replaced and it’s like a new p …My iPhone 6 is fine, I just had the battery replaced and it’s like a new phone, not laggy at all


Did that really help? In my low power settings it says that my battery might need servicing. Considering replacing it. Does it boost up the performance? Cheers!

My battery was really bad, I had a big blue patch on my screen, getting the battery changed made that go. In all honesty I don’t know, but my iPhone 6 is fine, and it’s on the latest update

Got one two weeks ago for my daughter. Came with ios11. O2 insisting on 30 days notice despite several attempts on chat and phone. But even with an extra charge works out ok for a brand new 32gb phone considering second hand prices. Runs ios 11 fine

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gordy13 h, 49 m ago

Got one two weeks ago for my daughter. Came with ios11. O2 insisting on …Got one two weeks ago for my daughter. Came with ios11. O2 insisting on 30 days notice despite several attempts on chat and phone. But even with an extra charge works out ok for a brand new 32gb phone considering second hand prices. Runs ios 11 fine


Never had to give 30 days notice on mine. You have a 14 day cooling off period so if you have done it in this time they don’t have a leg to stand on

cheepaschippies11 h, 53 m ago

Never had to give 30 days notice on mine. You have a 14 day cooling off …Never had to give 30 days notice on mine. You have a 14 day cooling off period so if you have done it in this time they don’t have a leg to stand on


Been arguing that with them and quoting t and c's but insisting. Will plague them lol

just noticed the "like new"/"perfect" SE 64gb in gold or rose gold is currently 9.99+(24*9) = £226. That's OK.

I did this earlier in the year.. I thought everything was closed off and paid in full. A letter from a debt collection agency arrived and after months of wrangling, I paid £46 (that I didn’t owe) to clear the last bit of so called debt. My credit history is wrecked so never again. Some hit lucky but as all dealings are ringing and cancelling, you only have the word of an operator that everything is cancelled. If you do you this follow up with an e mail or letter to show the history of the process. My view, Please don’t waste any time on refresh as it’s just a lucky dip as to good or bad experiences and at a guess I’d say more have hassle than not from what I’ve read. Just my view though.
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