Huawei P10 Lite - £139.99 @ CPW ( it's a 1 month rolling contract that can be cancelled) possible £50 cashback making it £89.99
510°Expired

Huawei P10 Lite - £139.99 @ CPW ( it's a 1 month rolling contract that can be cancelled) possible £50 cashback making it £89.99

177
Found 22nd Dec 2017Edited by:"jjokers"
I know this has been posted before but it has gone back down to the black Friday price and the cashback has stayed at £50 and so if the cashback comes through the phone will work out as £89.99.

Thanks to Krisztian for the last post when the phone was £159.99.... see below..

hotukdeals.com/dea…598

Huawei P10 Lite

O2 or Vodafone 1 month contract (£15) (You are able to cancel before 14 day without charge your secound month or after any time)

500 MBData (4G)

500Minutes

UnlimitedTexts

1 Month Contract

TCB or Quidco £50 cashback makes the mobile £89.99 (if payed)
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
coventgamer13 m ago

Cold not a iPhone x


Stupid - a Nob Head ?
coventgamer29 m ago

I'm not poor hence why I have an iPhone x


More money than brain cells, evidently.
177 Comments
Cold not a iPhone x
Bargain price & a great phone. TCB paid out fine for me so it was only £87.50 in total which is pretty crazy... nearly bought for £180 a week prior
Heat
How does cash back work?
Will this be unlocked?
so is that 139.99 + 15 then?
666FU46 s ago

Will this be unlocked?


yes
coventgamer13 m ago

Cold not a iPhone x


Stupid - a Nob Head ?
Calculations are a bit wrong:

£139.99 + £15 for (one month's line rental) = £154.99
If you want cashback, for the 1 month contract, it's minimum of three months active contract to get cashback, so
(£139.99+£45)-£35= £149.99
Yes tool, it does say that it's a minimum of three months before cashback. But people that brought on the black Friday deal have reported having there cashback confirmed already after cancelling straight away
Tpol check your calculations...

£139.99 + (3 X 15) = £184.99
- £50 cashback = £134.99

Or just pay £139.99 and cancel the contract as soon as you get the SIM card so you won't have to pay your first month's £15 (14 days to change your mind) and fingers crossed the cashback gets paid.
coventgamer25 m ago

Cold not a iPhone x


Surely that makes it smoking HOT???
TCB tracked at £40
Robjh22nd Dec 2017

Stupid - a Nob Head ?


I'm not poor hence why I have an iPhone x
thedoctor1ko12 m ago

TCB tracked at £40


£40! Do you mean £50?
harams7 m ago

£40! Do you mean £50?


No I mean £40, showing as £40 pending in my account
So does cancelling in the first 14 days definitely negate the first months £15?
thedoctor1ko3 m ago

No I mean £40, showing as £40 pending in my account


Says £50 on their website so you should get really get an extra £10 if you contact them.
tpol51 m ago

Calculations are a bit wrong:£139.99 + £15 for (one month's line rental) = …Calculations are a bit wrong:£139.99 + £15 for (one month's line rental) = £154.99 If you want cashback, for the 1 month contract, it's minimum of three months active contract to get cashback, so(£139.99+£45)-£35= £149.99


Wrong I paid £139.99, cancelled contract as soon as sim arrived, (14 day cooling off period) and got my £50 TCB having paid zero other than handset cost, deal price was £89.99 all in.
Spies11 m ago

So does cancelling in the first 14 days definitely negate the first months …So does cancelling in the first 14 days definitely negate the first months £15?


of course which.co.uk/con…sed


How to cancel a contract without being penalised
To ensure you're not penalised for cancelling a contract, cancel within the cooling-off period.
Our step-by-step guide helps you avoid hefty penalty fines.

1 Act within the cooling-off period If you entered into the contract over the phone, online or on your doorstep, you have 14 calendar days to cancel the contract under the Consumer Contracts Regulations.

The cooling-off period starts the day after you agree to go ahead with the service.

If you want to cancel a credit agreement, the Consumer Credit Act gives you a 14-day cooling-off period to cancel the agreement.

Cite the relevant legislation in all your correspondence with the trader when explaining you wish to cancel your contract.

2 Write to the service provider If you want to cancel your contract, such as a mobile phone contract, you must write to your supplier within the cooling-off period to tell them you want to cancel.

If you're close to the end of your cooling-off period, you'd be better sending an email. If you were given a cancellation form when you signed your contract, you can use that.

Otherwise, you must clearly outline your intention to cancel your agreement in the letter or email that you write.


3 Record all correspondence Keep a copy of all letters and emails you send to the supplier of your contract.

As long as you send your cancellation notice to your service provider before the end of the cooling-off period, it doesn't matter when it's received.

If you're sending a letter in the post, be sure to send it recorded delivery. If you send an email, make sure you keep a copy of the email.

You don't need a reason to cancel your contract. If you've paid a deposit ask for it to be returned.

4 Escalate your complaint If the company refuses to let you cancel or refuses to refund your deposit, write again stating that you're legally entitled to cancel within the cooling-off period and get at least some of your money back.

Warn the supplier that if it continues to refuse to send your refund, you'll have to consider taking court action.

Tell the supplier that you'll also report it to your local Trading Standards department.

If you're looking to cancel your mobile phone contract early, take a look at our guide.
coventgamer29 m ago

I'm not poor hence why I have an iPhone x


More money than brain cells, evidently.
Can they be unlocked from the network after the first month is cancelled
Avatar
deleted199509
Great price, good phone.
Shambles they'll be unlocked already from cpw

thanks for the heads up, I can dither over this again, I dithered too long last time 🙈

My p8 lite cashback tracked at £40 but said £50 too
Shambles197534 m ago

Can they be unlocked from the network after the first month is cancelled


Fully unlocked before you get it.
Thanks for the helpful replies guys
Anyone know if Quidco tracking at £50 or are they tracking at £40 too?
harams7 m ago

Anyone know if Quidco tracking at £50 or are they tracking at £40 too?


Quidco tracks at £40 for me.
Sorceress19881 h, 7 m ago

More money than brain cells, evidently.


Got my iPhone x and my Nokia trap fone
Suztera7 m ago

Quidco tracks at £40 for me.


Thank you
Just a quick reminder that buying this on a one-month contract will still trigger a Credit Check, so might be worthwhile keeping that in mind if you've had issues with credit in the past.
Scorchio! Been waiting for this to drop back down again. I was about to buy it for £179 earlier today but had to dash out and didn't complete check-out... luckily. Thanks @jjokers
When I’m going to CPW via Quidco and TCBit saying £179.99!
Edited by: "harams" 22nd Dec 2017
If you happen to have an Amex card, there's another 3% off in the December deals.
harams18 m ago

When I’m going to CPW via Quidco and TCBit saying £179.99!


From the CPW homepage, scroll down till you see "Shop by Brand" section
- click on the Huawei logo.
- on the next page select the P10 Lite
- click on the "view deals" button on the product page (it says "from £17.99" - ignore that)
- on the next page (on the left) click on the O2 logo under the network section
- change monthly cost (on the left) to £20 and it should appear on the right as the 3rd option down
harams48 m ago

Anyone know if Quidco tracking at £50 or are they tracking at £40 too?


Suztera41 m ago

Quidco tracks at £40 for me.



It tracked at £40 for me too, but had similar experience in the past with TCB where it tracked low and then gave right amount later. Either way, I'd still be happy with £40
I've not done quidco or tcb before. Does this mean you have to order online? Make it a great deal if you get it. Thanks OP
ricoshay37 m ago

From the CPW homepage, scroll down till you see "Shop by Brand" section - …From the CPW homepage, scroll down till you see "Shop by Brand" section - click on the Huawei logo. - on the next page select the P10 Lite- click on the "view deals" button on the product page (it says "from £17.99" - ignore that)- on the next page (on the left) click on the O2 logo under the network section- change monthly cost (on the left) to £20 and it should appear on the right as the 3rd option down


Thank you. Have now ordered.
How would this compare to my aging Moto X style? Battery is most important
ricoshay1 h, 16 m ago

From the CPW homepage, scroll down till you see "Shop by Brand" section - …From the CPW homepage, scroll down till you see "Shop by Brand" section - click on the Huawei logo. - on the next page select the P10 Lite- click on the "view deals" button on the product page (it says "from £17.99" - ignore that)- on the next page (on the left) click on the O2 logo under the network section- change monthly cost (on the left) to £20 and it should appear on the right as the 3rd option down


It would be simply to change to this:
From the CPW homepage,
- Type in the search bar "Huawei P10 Lite".
- Click on to the search result
- Choose the colour you want, then click on "View Deals"
- On the next page filter the results to "1 month " contract
Edited by: "Suztera" 22nd Dec 2017
tpol5 h, 21 m ago

Calculations are a bit wrong:£139.99 + £15 for (one month's line rental) = …Calculations are a bit wrong:£139.99 + £15 for (one month's line rental) = £154.99 If you want cashback, for the 1 month contract, it's minimum of three months active contract to get cashback, so(£139.99+£45)-£35= £149.99


Your wrong.

I paid 139.99 for this last month and cancelled the direct debit.
So paid 139.99 less £52.50 tcb which I changed to a zeek voucher @15% extra and sold the Huawei a few weeks ago at 150. Happy days!
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text