CEX EE Huawei P20 Pro Grade A £550 or Grade B £505 Black
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CEX EE Huawei P20 Pro Grade A £550 or Grade B £505 Black

£550£5998%CeX Deals
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Found 14th Jun
CEX offering good prices on the P20 Pro with lots of different versions either locked or unlocked.
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After this deal was posted recently, nothing else has been able to match it for brand new (let alone secondhand), even if one doesn't need the 1Gb contract, which is worth at least a fiver a month (or £120 over 24 months):
Huawei P20 Pro 128GB -£567.00 @ e2Save
Edited by: "Crossbow" 14th Jun
I would never buy a network locked handset from CEX again, especially not at such a high price. I've made the same mistake twice where I've bought what looks like a great deal, only for the phone to become network blocked a few weeks/months later, usually because of a fraudulent insurance claim.
Edited by: "chancooluk" 14th Jun
chancooluk4 h, 17 m ago

I would never buy a network locked handset from CEX again, especially not …I would never buy a network locked handset from CEX again, especially not at such a high price. I've made the same mistake twice where I've bought what looks like a great deal, only for the phone to become network blocked a few weeks/months later, usually because of a fraudulent insurance claim.


Sorry to hear. Did you get a refund both times?
chancooluk7 h, 55 m ago

I would never buy a network locked handset from CEX again, especially not …I would never buy a network locked handset from CEX again, especially not at such a high price. I've made the same mistake twice where I've bought what looks like a great deal, only for the phone to become network blocked a few weeks/months later, usually because of a fraudulent insurance claim.


Does it really matter if you get it sorted easily? It's not as if you lose your money.

It's actually very rare - I've spent thousands and thousands of pounds on phones at Cex over the years and only had one phone blocked. Surely the concern should be nothing about Cex and more about network locked phones in general? A fairer statement would be 'I would never buy a network locked phone again' - because you're no less likely to get your phone blocked if it's from Game or Musicmagpie or Smartfonestore.
Edited by: "misterleoni" 14th Jun
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