Carphone warehouse trade in offer for Samsung galaxy s9 with 1 month sim only attached @ carphone warehouse (1 month contract)
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Carphone warehouse trade in offer for Samsung galaxy s9 with 1 month sim only attached @ carphone warehouse (1 month contract)

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Found 4th AprEdited by:"Mrswitch"
Trade in your (good condition) Samsung galaxy s7 edge and receive £275 off the upfront cost of a Samsung galaxy s9 (Blue, purple or black)

Including a possible £50 at topcashback

Team it with a sim only £15.50 per month (cancel after first month) with 500mb data and unlimited texts and mins with Vodafone and pay total over the 1 month £439.50

Now this is the best deal you can get, but you can trade in different Samsung handsets at different prices, list is below.

Thanks to @rdajackson

Buy this and make a small profit on your trade in?

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Lol. You owe me some heat.
Original Poster
rdajackson7 m ago

Lol. You owe me some heat.


I 100% do, and am gonna credit you ASAP.
Mrswitch5 m ago

I 100% do, and am gonna credit you ASAP.


Just glad we found such a good S9 deal
What is their trade in actually like? Working is classed as "Your device is fully functional - although there might be some signs of cosmetic damage."

But the small print says:
"To qualify for a working price the phone needs to power ON/OFF, have no missing pixels, damage, burnt LCD's, include battery and charges up, have no cracks or chips on screen, all working buttons, have no damage or faults to camera, have sound & vibrates, have no liquid damage, not be bent, miss shaped and have all parts. Any handsets that fail these conditions will be deemed Non-Working and pricing will be reflected."

Key word being the word "damage" by itself, what do they class as cosmetic and what's damage?
Edited by: "mentalmike" 4th Apr
Beware, I'm still waiting for my trade money after 3 weeks as numerous calls.
Original Poster
rdajackson15 m ago

Just glad we found such a good S9 deal


Not many of them around
mentalmike15 m ago

What is their trade in actually like? Working is classed as "Your device …What is their trade in actually like? Working is classed as "Your device is fully functional - although there might be some signs of cosmetic damage." But the small print says:"To qualify for a working price the phone needs to power ON/OFF, have no missing pixels, damage, burnt LCD's, include battery and charges up, have no cracks or chips on screen, all working buttons, have no damage or faults to camera, have sound & vibrates, have no liquid damage, not be bent, miss shaped and have all parts. Any handsets that fail these conditions will be deemed Non-Working and pricing will be reflected." Key word being the word "damage" by itself, what do they class as cosmetic and what's damage?


Yes that is worded very badly. The way it is written makes it sound like damage is preferable to them for a 'working' definition. I assume what they are aiming for was that there can be no damaged or burnt LCD's.
So £699 + £15.50 is £714.50...how much is this phone sim free?
On a different page the t&c say:
"Non-Working Device means that a device is not fully functional (e.g. does not power up, has a damaged screen, case or buttons or has water damage)

Again what is cosmetic or damage as the metal frame of my my s7 edge is scratched and scuffed. Screen is mint and all functions correctly but wary about this. Been screwed over before by cpw with badly worded terms with a pre order (Not trade in related though)
Original Poster
5Rivers7916 m ago

So £699 + £15.50 is £714.50...how much is this phone sim free?



5Rivers7916 m ago

So £699 + £15.50 is £714.50...how much is this phone sim free?


Where did you get the & 699 from, that's before the trade in of your s7 edge.

So after trade in its £434, minimum one month then cancel so £439.50
dont bother the Trade-in deal , i took up the deal when the S9 came out last month they were offering +£100 on top of current trade in price, so would have been £280 +£100 but the terms and conditions said must trade in phone within 7days ! they only send the paperwork and envelope to return phone 7 days after , so making the extra £100 deal worthless.
watch now for all trade in phone companies the latest CON is screen burn saying the screen has screen burn when switched on
Assume this can be applied to the s9+?
That should be the normal price of the phone
Mrswitch49 m ago

Where did you get the & 699 from, that's before the trade in of your s7 …Where did you get the & 699 from, that's before the trade in of your s7 edge.So after trade in its £434, minimum one month then cancel so £439.50


£699 is the upfront cost of the plan you stated.

Can the trade in value not be applied to a sim free s9?
I'd stick with my S7 Edge. Personally, the upgrades are not worth £440, not even close.
gdoc45 m ago

dont bother the Trade-in deal , i took up the deal when the S9 came out …dont bother the Trade-in deal , i took up the deal when the S9 came out last month they were offering +£100 on top of current trade in price, so would have been £280 +£100 but the terms and conditions said must trade in phone within 7days ! they only send the paperwork and envelope to return phone 7 days after , so making the extra £100 deal worthless. watch now for all trade in phone companies the latest CON is screen burn saying the screen has screen burn when switched on


So that would be every single Samsung.
Trading in the S7 edge for a S9 is a con as technically the S7 Edge equivalent is the S9+
Someone could sell their S7 Edge for £200 and buy the Amazon.it deal for £621 making the S9 effectively £421. No faffing around with cancelling contracts or chasing cash backs...
Edited by: "Zatos" 4th Apr
rdajackson8 h, 31 m ago

Yes that is worded very badly. The way it is written makes it sound like …Yes that is worded very badly. The way it is written makes it sound like damage is preferable to them for a 'working' definition. I assume what they are aiming for was that there can be no damaged or burnt LCD's.


personally think they want you to buy the phone then when it comes to trade in they will reduce the price by saying certain things are not up to scratch with them reducing the price they are going to offer you
Edited by: "g1to1" 4th Apr
Only really works out at approx £75 off the device as the a used Samsung galaxy s7 edge is worth about £200 if you sell it independently anywhere else
I used this offer to boost my trade in value for my S7 with a damaged screen. Bought an S9 sim free, traded in my S7, then on the 14th day of the returns policy i took the S9 back to store for a refund, my trade in then got paid out, £60 for the phone, plus £100 trade in top up. Every other place wouldnt give me more than £45 for my S7 because of the smashed screen. It was a slow process though and took numerous phone calls to chace up the trade in. You can also use the offer to get a better value for your phone, if you dont want the S9 just return it.
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