Huawei P10 Lite (bundle with 1mth O2 SIMO costing £15) total cost £154.99 @ Carphonewarehouse
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Huawei P10 Lite (bundle with 1mth O2 SIMO costing £15) total cost £154.99 @ Carphonewarehouse

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Found 19th Feb
Shows £179 sim free and unlocked phone if bought outright. But bundle with 1mth O2 SIMO costing £15 brings total cost down to £154.99. (Potential TCB £50 bringing it down to £104.99).

To get to O2 SIMO you need to click on 'Recommended' and scroll to the bottom of the list and select 'Total cost (low to high). Link to the page

carphonewarehouse.com/mob…118


My link might take you to the sorted page but it's the O2 SIMO with 500mb data and 500mins unltdtxt. Otherwise the tab to sort is below the grey upgrade tab.

Cancel the O2 contact asap otherwise savings disappear rapidly.

Cashback not always guaranteed but even if I don't get the payout I think it's still a decent budget phone. I want a cheap spare phone in case my main S8 goes down/also a decent phone for the kids.

Edit: when I looked at the deal yesterday O2 was the only cheapest option but now Vodafone has been added to work out at same price
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Just done this with this exact same phone last week, cancelled contract straight away, paid £139.99 for the handset, with a potential £50 cashback from tcb. Even if I don't get the cb (it's currently pending) I still only paid £140 for this, which is a great deal, so voted hot from me!
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.
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Just done this with this exact same phone last week, cancelled contract straight away, paid £139.99 for the handset, with a potential £50 cashback from tcb. Even if I don't get the cb (it's currently pending) I still only paid £140 for this, which is a great deal, so voted hot from me!
I paid less than £75 in end up, bit of hassle but worth it. 3rd or 4th time this has been posted now.
Harley_Mick9 m ago

I paid less than £75 in end up, bit of hassle but worth it. 3rd or 4th …I paid less than £75 in end up, bit of hassle but worth it. 3rd or 4th time this has been posted now.


Good to keep users of HUKD fully aware though @Harley_Mick
I tried to get the motorola moto X4 from CPW recently and got declined by Vodafone after a credit check...
Harley_Mick9 m ago

I paid less than £75 in end up, bit of hassle but worth it. 3rd or 4th …I paid less than £75 in end up, bit of hassle but worth it. 3rd or 4th time this has been posted now.


Same here. Some people had more problems than others. My Vodafone cancellation was smooth and top cash paid quickly. Think it ended up at about £80 for this phone.
Surely if you cancel within 30days the cashback would be refused?
Harefoot7 m ago

Good to keep users of HUKD fully aware though @Harley_Mick I tried …Good to keep users of HUKD fully aware though @Harley_Mick I tried to get the motorola moto X4 from CPW recently and got declined by Vodafone after a credit check...


I'd recommend this phone, cant see a better option for the price. I can see a lot of people being put of by the steps, but it's worth it. I posted a lot of good info on old threads about cancellation rights.
KiNG6 m ago

Surely if you cancel within 30days the cashback would be refused?


Nope.
KiNG6 m ago

Surely if you cancel within 30days the cashback would be refused?


That's what most people assumed but judging from previous threads almost everyone got it paid out.
Think in the end I only paid about £72 for this phone after cashback. A steal
i_have_crabs58 s ago

That's what most people assumed but judging from previous threads almost …That's what most people assumed but judging from previous threads almost everyone got it paid out.Think in the end I only paid about £72 for this phone after cashback. A steal


Cashback is for the handset purchase, not the sim.
click on "recommended"... where?
Harley_Mick5 m ago

I'd recommend this phone, cant see a better option for the price. I can …I'd recommend this phone, cant see a better option for the price. I can see a lot of people being put of by the steps, but it's worth it. I posted a lot of good info on old threads about cancellation rights.


I did get this phone used TCB and was paid £50, through O2 as per this deal, agree its a nice phone.
Harley_Mick19th Feb

Cashback is for the handset purchase, not the sim.


Not sure what you mean? I think technically cashback was for the SIM when I got it but it was part of a bundle. I cancelled the SIM card without even opening it in the 14-day cooling off period
i_have_crabs3 m ago

Not sure what you mean? I think technically cashback was for the SIM when …Not sure what you mean? I think technically cashback was for the SIM when I got it but it was part of a bundle. I cancelled the SIM card without even opening it in the 14-day cooling off period


Handset bundle, phone with 30 day sim card. that was the qualification, but the cashback was not for the sim or CPW would have reworded or changed the qualification wording.
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.
I got this phone at £139.99 like others did. Cancelled sim straight away but o2 still took a payment which I am now awaiting a refund. So make sure you keep an eye one your bank statements. The good news topcashback paid my £50 within 3 weeks. Very happy with the phone other than the screen gets very dirty due to a missing ingredient used in most phones that stop the screen getting grubby.
Mrswitch1 h, 39 m ago

Just done this with this exact same phone last week, cancelled contract …Just done this with this exact same phone last week, cancelled contract straight away, paid £139.99 for the handset, with a potential £50 cashback from tcb. Even if I don't get the cb (it's currently pending) I still only paid £140 for this, which is a great deal, so voted hot from me!


I got the £50 tcb doing this no problem at all, paid pretty quickly in fact. Didn't even get month one of the contract taken out of my account!
jazzuk7777 m ago

I got the £50 tcb doing this no problem at all, paid pretty quickly in …I got the £50 tcb doing this no problem at all, paid pretty quickly in fact. Didn't even get month one of the contract taken out of my account!


Why are carphone warehouse doing this? Surely they aren't making much money out of this kind of deal?
What are the specs
Joinlive37 m ago

What are the specs


Click the link..... It's all on the CPW page
Edited by: "nik1" 19th Feb
Mrswitch39 m ago

Why are carphone warehouse doing this? Surely they aren't making much …Why are carphone warehouse doing this? Surely they aren't making much money out of this kind of deal?


Trust me they do...... Think they get a huge kickback from the phone company. Btw thanks for your 1st post
Harley_Mick1 h, 39 m ago

How to cancel a contract without being penalisedTo ensure you're not …How to cancel a contract without being penalisedTo 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.

nik13 m ago

Trust me they do...... Think they get a huge kickback from the phone …Trust me they do...... Think they get a huge kickback from the phone company. Btw thanks for your 1st post


No problem
Mrswitch1 h, 9 m ago

Why are carphone warehouse doing this? Surely they aren't making much …Why are carphone warehouse doing this? Surely they aren't making much money out of this kind of deal?


I don't know why they are doing it, and don't much care how it works as long as it does work and they aren't selling off CPW staff as sex slaves to fund it. Could be a glitch, but it's been around a while. I used it in December, got paid in January, and the tcb listings haven't changed since then.
Edited by: "jazzuk777" 19th Feb
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jazzuk7778 m ago

I don't know why they are doing it, and don't much care how it works as …I don't know why they are doing it, and don't much care how it works as long as it does work and they aren't selling off CPW staff as sex slaves to fund it. Could be a glitch, but it's been around a while. I used it in December, got paid in January, and the tcb listings haven't changed since then.


Wow, well hopefully it works for me, and I've got a great phone for £89.99, you ever tried to do it again? See if it works
Mrswitch5 m ago

Wow, well hopefully it works for me, and I've got a great phone for …Wow, well hopefully it works for me, and I've got a great phone for £89.99, you ever tried to do it again? See if it works


I was half tempted to try on the Moto X4 that I posted up that would make it £159.99 but my G5 Plus has been too buggy after a couple of previous Motos that have also been a bit dodgy. Sadly the £200-250 market is lacking much in the way of good options right now. Might be tempted to try by the next generation of Nokias depending on price and reviews, or just possibly the XA2 if it comes down although I don't think highly of Sony phones after the two I suffered.
This the first time planing to buy a PAYG from Carphonewarehouse,..

1.To cancel the O2 sim, do I have to contact O2 or Carphonewarehouse
2. Do I still charged £15 for the first month (Without using the sim and canceling within the 14 days cooling off period)
3.Still do I qualify for £50 cash back after canceling the O2 contract...

Thanks in advance and sorry for so many questions.
Mrswitch3 h, 23 m ago

Just done this with this exact same phone last week, cancelled contract …Just done this with this exact same phone last week, cancelled contract straight away, paid £139.99 for the handset, with a potential £50 cashback from tcb. Even if I don't get the cb (it's currently pending) I still only paid £140 for this, which is a great deal, so voted hot from me!


It's a great phone, isn't it Mrs? I've never bought a budget phone before but I've had mine for about 6 months and am really happy with it. I doubt I'll ever buy another premium phone again as it seems a good budget phone can be whatever I need from a phone.
Gozer3 m ago

It's a great phone, isn't it Mrs? I've never bought a budget phone before …It's a great phone, isn't it Mrs? I've never bought a budget phone before but I've had mine for about 6 months and am really happy with it. I doubt I'll ever buy another premium phone again as it seems a good budget phone can be whatever I need from a phone.


And its Mr...... Or is it?
This would have went even hotter if you had of put the price at £154.99, then went on to explain how you do it in the description.. #justsaying
Mrswitch7 m ago

This would have went even hotter if you had of put the price at £154.99, …This would have went even hotter if you had of put the price at £154.99, then went on to explain how you do it in the description.. #justsaying


Tks amended post as suggested. #imanoviceposter
nik17 m ago

Tks amended post as suggested. #imanoviceposter


Great Post mate.. Keep it up.
koolpubba37 m ago

This the first time planing to buy a PAYG from Carphonewarehouse,..1.To …This the first time planing to buy a PAYG from Carphonewarehouse,..1.To cancel the O2 sim, do I have to contact O2 or Carphonewarehouse2. Do I still charged £15 for the first month (Without using the sim and canceling within the 14 days cooling off period)3.Still do I qualify for £50 cash back after canceling the O2 contract...Thanks in advance and sorry for so many questions.


1) picking up tomorrow so will let you know
2) ditto
3) never gteed c/back but others have posted saying no problems so 🤞
I bought this with the O2 sim and am having problems cancelling my contract. I've rang customer service twice, each time they said they would cancel my contract, but haven't. I'm 11 days into the 14-day cooling off period, not sure what the best course of action is; web chat, e-mail, or visiting an O2 store?

Either way, anyone looking to buy this should probably go with Vodafone to save a lot of hassle.
nik120 m ago

1) picking up tomorrow so will let you know2) ditto3) never gteed c/back …1) picking up tomorrow so will let you know2) ditto3) never gteed c/back but others have posted saying no problems so 🤞


Is it easier to cancel with Vodafone?
So when you have cancelled the contract then phone is unlocked to any sim?
ika41 m ago

Is it easier to cancel with Vodafone?


I'm with Vodafone so don't know
Sobiajam14 m ago

So when you have cancelled the contract then phone is unlocked to any sim?


Phone is unlocked fullstop ...
Regardless of any sim purchase
Thanks nik1.
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