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Huawei P30 Pro 128GB £256.50 O2 Shop (O2 Refresh)
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Huawei P30 Pro 128GB £256.50 O2 Shop (O2 Refresh)
Posted 21st Nov 2019

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Incredible price for this phone! As always with O2 refresh it's a credit agreement for the phone with a 30 day flexible tariff.

Take your photo skills to the next level. The P30 Pro’s quad camera will have you taking professional looking pictures in no time at all. With Night Shot, a Tele Photo lens and an Ultra Wide lens, you can capture every moment exactly as you see it. Wherever you are. Day or night.

Share the power. The P30 Pro’s battery is so big, you can share it around. The 4200 mAh battery and AI power management will keep you going all day. And with wireless reverse charge, you can give your mates a boost. If you do find yourself a little low on power, a 30 minute charge will top you up to 70%.

Bring movies and pictures to life. With a well-crafted body and a 6.47 inch screen, the P30 Pro looks incredible. The OLED display shows off brilliant colours and high contrast, so you can see every detail, whether you’re watching a film, or flicking through your pics. And it’s water and dust resistant too, so you don’t have to worry about any little accidents.

Brains to match the looks. The P30 Pro’s AI chipset analyses and understands your needs, to make sure your camera, processor and battery are all working as well as they can be. Giving you a faster, better experience, whatever you’re up to.

"Save £300. Ends 4 December.
Each year your Airtime Plan will be adjusted by the Retail Price Index (RPI) rate of inflation announced in the preceding February. Find out more at o2.co.uk/prices.

Huawei P30 Pro £300 discount applied to Device Plan, total cost of device was £556.50 now £256.50. Ends 04 December 2019.

O2 Refresh custom plans: Direct purchases only. Pay the cash price for your device or spread the cost over 3 to 36 months (excludes dongles). The device cost will be the same whatever you choose. There may be an upfront cost. You need a monthly rolling Airtime Plan as long as you have a Device Plan. Pay off your Device Plan at any time and you can choose to keep your Airtime Plan, upgrade, or leave. If your Airtime Plan ends for any reason you will need to pay your Device Plan in full.

UK calls/texts to standard UK landlines and mobiles and when roaming in our Europe Zone. Europe Zone data only. Fair Usage policy applies. Special and out of bundle numbers chargeable. 4G phone required to access 4G. 4G available in selected areas.

Change your airtime tariff after 30 days and then once every billing month during your minimum contract period, choosing from a selected family of tariffs. Some tariff extras are only available on the starting tariff, are not transferable, and may be lost if you change to an ineligible tariff.

Devices are subject to availability. 0% APR. Finance subject to status and credit checks. 18+. Direct Debit. Credit provided by Telefónica UK Ltd, SL1 4DX. Telefónica UK is authorised and regulated by the FCA for consumer credit and insurance. Terms apply, see o2.co.uk/terms."
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Go to site & go to bottom & click on pay for device in full.

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Then click on contract here...

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Once received cancel contract with 14 days... Day 1 is best.

Lots on pros & cons here... hotukdeals.com/deals/as-new-huawei-mate-20-pro-128gb-unlocked-via-o2-refresh-at-152-3300907
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Some helpful advice from @Songbird123 on the other mate20 pro thread:

HELP FOR ALL STRUGGLING TO CANCEL AIRTIME & KEEP PHONE WITHOUT PAYING 30 DAYS NOTICE

Top advice for everyone who wants to cancel within the cooling off period and keep the phone.

1. When you call up state you took out an 02 Refresh package, with an airtime agreement and a device plan agreement and you now want to cancel the airtime agreement only under paragraph 10.1 of the their terms and conditions, which gives you the right to cancel the airtime agreement within the 14 days change your mind period. You dont need to read out to them what paragraph 10.1 says as they already know it, but this is what it says:

10.1 Unless we've said otherwise and if you purchased your Service directly from us (rather than one of our distributors), you can cancel this Service Agreement before the end of the 14 day Change-Your-Mind Period. This is in addition to any statutory or regulatory rights you may have. It applies as long as you give us notice within this period either by returning your SIM Card to any O2 shop or by calling customer services. Check our Website, ask in an O2 shop or call customer services for details of our Change-Your-Mind Period.

2. Explain that you have paid the device off in full (if you already have), or that you would like to (if you still have any outstanding amount to pay)

If the member of staff understands how Refresh works, they will cancel the airtime agreement only and let you keep the phone as long as you have already paid for the device in full or are willing to pay it off during the call.

But if you encounter a member of staff who does not understand the terms, they will likely tell you that you have to give 30 days notice on the airtime plan if you wish to keep the device and that otherwise you will have to return it, as cancelling the airtime contract, also results in cancellation of the equipment agreement. They may quote the following paragraph 10.2 which states :


10.2 If you are cancelling under paragraph 10.1 you must return any Equipment that we supplied or sold you as part of this Agreement, undamaged, unlocked (i.e. free of security or software locks) with proof of purchase, in the original packaging and complete with all the original parts, within the Change-Your-Mind Period. You must return it through the channel you were sold it or through the methods described in our repair and returns policy. Check our Website, ask in an O2 shop or call customer services for details of our repair and returns processes. You'll be charged for Non-Returns.

3. If they say you can't keep the device even if you have paid it off in full or are willing to do so, without paying for 30 days notice, you need to refer them to paragraph 10.4 which makes it clear that cancelling the airtime service agreement does not cancel the device plan aswell where you have paid or are willing to pay the device off in full. Therefore you may retain the phone, but cancel the airtime agreement in the 14 day cooling off/change your mind period. Paragraph 10.4 reads:

10.4 Subject to paragraphs 12 and 13 below, if you cancel this Service Agreement during your 14 day Change-Your-Mind Period, any Equipment Agreement that you agreed to at the same time for the supply of any Equipment will also be cancelled UNLESS you choose to pay in full for your Equipment in line with the terms of a Device Plan. See paragraph 13 for further details on returning or replacing Equipment.

So the key word in paragraph 10.4 is unless (which I have put in capitals for emphasis). All the wording after the word 'unless' makes it clear you can cancel the airtime agreement within the 14 day change of mind period and still keep the phone, as long as you pay off the phone in full.

I hope this is clear. Below is a link to the full terms and conditions, but hopefully nobody else will need to go through them as I have already quoted the key paragraphs you need to rely on to cancel the airtime and keep the phone, without paying for 30 days notice, namely paragraph 10.1 and 10.4.


o2.co.uk/ter…ent

If all the steps above do not work, escalate the matter to a manager or dispute resolution team. I guarantee someone in the chain will accept that para 10.4 allows you to keep the phone and end the airtime agreement without paying for 30 days notice, but be ready to quote paragraph 10.4 to each person you talk to. It's the key paragraph.
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philjstephenson21/11/2019 08:25

DANGEROUS BEYOND BELIEF!I have yet to see any comments form the thousands …DANGEROUS BEYOND BELIEF!I have yet to see any comments form the thousands who have been bitten on the rear by these idiotic deal, the damage to your credit file and the danger of O2 forcing you to either return the handset or take the silly monthly cost deal is very real....i wouldnt, but if you do expect it to ctch up with you!


You're exaggerating this just slightly.

This doesn't show up on your credit history as a cancellation, it shows up as settled. I've had 16 O2 contracts in the last 4 years and my credit history is perfect.


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O2 doesn't "force you to either return the handset of take the silly monthly cost deal", there has been problems getting them to cancel under the 14 day cancellation policy without sending the phone back, but the worst case scenario is you give them 30 days notice instead and only pay the first month cost. You can minimize this risk by going for the cheapest £17/month air-time, which means your very maximum cost is £273.50, still an absolute bargain.
Edited by: "deleted455140" 21st Nov 2019
I'm really liking this phone, much easier to use with a grippy case on. Night mode has impressed me too
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GUYS, PLEASE STOP ASKING THE SAME QUESTIONS. Read the thread and stop asking to be spoonfed everything. There are some questions that are still unanswered, like purchasing multiples and how it affects credit score, if phones are sealed, why PayPal transactions are not giving confirmation and more that are a lot more important.

I'll spoon-feed you all so you can stop crying: TO GET THE PHONE: Pay the upfront cost. Once you have the phone, do NOT activate the SIM, call up O2 and ask them to cancel your SIM ONLY. If they say you need to return the phone or some other bs, hang up and try again till you get someone that says okay.

THAT'S IT. STOP ASKING THE SAME THINGS OVER AND OVER.
Edited by: "sAmeri" 21st Nov 2019
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Bonkers price

Edit just having a look consdering upgrading from our P20 Pros, can't remember how the O2 refresh works ahah.

Is it pay the up front cost then cancel the airtime within 14 days?
Where does the handset total come from?
Edited by: "J1135" 21st Nov 2019
I've read getting these and then cancelling the airtime can affect your credit - that true ?
Thanks OP much heat added...
£30 upfront on all tariffs ?
J113521/11/2019 08:14

Not available for delivery, store collection onlyBonkers priceEdit just …Not available for delivery, store collection onlyBonkers priceEdit just having a look consdering upgrading from our P20 Pros, can't remember how the O2 refresh works ahah.Is it pay the up front cost then cancel the airtime within 14 days?Where does the handset total come from?


If you look on a desktop browser(or select desktop if on mobile), then view tariffs, scroll down to a small font "pay device in full". I struggle to see this on a mobile browser view. This gives you the price above.
DANGEROUS BEYOND BELIEF!

I have yet to see any comments form the thousands who have been bitten on the rear by these idiotic deal, the damage to your credit file and the danger of O2 forcing you to either return the handset or take the silly monthly cost deal is very real....i wouldnt, but if you do expect it to ctch up with you!
Edited by: "philjstephenson" 21st Nov 2019
...how one get this deal, to get such price in layman's steps, tia?
Hot. I got the Mate 20 Pro for £152, a few weeks back, under this scheme. Got an extra £100 off for taking out the 60gb contract, which you cancel anyway. So, does not cost you anything.
wowbiggy21/11/2019 08:24

If you look on a desktop browser(or select desktop if on mobile), then …If you look on a desktop browser(or select desktop if on mobile), then view tariffs, scroll down to a small font "pay device in full". I struggle to see this on a mobile browser view. This gives you the price above.


Aah

So I I need to sign up and got hru the usual credits checks and pay me £30 for the up front payment or can I just rock up and outright buy the handset?
Here we go again...
Crazy price! Once you've paid in full you are entitled to cancel the airtime contract, O2 very clear about it and there's nothing wrong or even dodgy about it.
Can you get a refund for the first month if you cancel when you collect the order?
Here we gooooo
philjstephenson21/11/2019 08:25

DANGEROUS BEYOND BELIEF!I have yet to see any comments form the thousands …DANGEROUS BEYOND BELIEF!I have yet to see any comments form the thousands who have been bitten on the rear by these idiotic deal, the damage to your credit file and the danger of O2 forcing you to either return the handset or take the silly monthly cost deal is very real....i wouldnt, but if you do expect it to ctch up with you!


It's still a great deal even if you pay the £17 for the cheapest monthly plan. I got the Mate 20 Pro and just paid for the month, and that was also still a great deal. I know everyone wants to get that headline price but £275 for a 10 month old flagship phone that cost £900 new is incredible, no need to be bitten by anything...
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philjstephenson21/11/2019 08:25

DANGEROUS BEYOND BELIEF!I have yet to see any comments form the thousands …DANGEROUS BEYOND BELIEF!I have yet to see any comments form the thousands who have been bitten on the rear by these idiotic deal, the damage to your credit file and the danger of O2 forcing you to either return the handset or take the silly monthly cost deal is very real....i wouldnt, but if you do expect it to ctch up with you!


What damage lol mines back to 900+ on Experian already....
ciaranmcw9221/11/2019 08:21

I've read getting these and then cancelling the airtime can affect your …I've read getting these and then cancelling the airtime can affect your credit - that true ?


True, it will hard search on Credit profile, though if you haven't had any search on your credit for a while you will be fine.
lookingforadeal21/11/2019 08:24

£30 upfront on all tariffs ?


No just pay full amount. Chose the 1gb tariff at £17 a month on rolling contract. Don't use sim and cancel once you receive phone.
I purchased the mate 20 Pro 2 months ago and my credit rating went up this month. Just don't cancel your direct debit.
Edited by: "pacmcg" 21st Nov 2019
Is the phone locked to O2? If so how would I go about unlocking it (Im on virgin)
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philjstephenson21/11/2019 08:25

DANGEROUS BEYOND BELIEF!I have yet to see any comments form the thousands …DANGEROUS BEYOND BELIEF!I have yet to see any comments form the thousands who have been bitten on the rear by these idiotic deal, the damage to your credit file and the danger of O2 forcing you to either return the handset or take the silly monthly cost deal is very real....i wouldnt, but if you do expect it to ctch up with you!


You're exaggerating this just slightly.

This doesn't show up on your credit history as a cancellation, it shows up as settled. I've had 16 O2 contracts in the last 4 years and my credit history is perfect.


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O2 doesn't "force you to either return the handset of take the silly monthly cost deal", there has been problems getting them to cancel under the 14 day cancellation policy without sending the phone back, but the worst case scenario is you give them 30 days notice instead and only pay the first month cost. You can minimize this risk by going for the cheapest £17/month air-time, which means your very maximum cost is £273.50, still an absolute bargain.
Edited by: "deleted455140" 21st Nov 2019
spoon_200021/11/2019 08:35

Is the phone locked to O2? If so how would I go about unlocking it (Im on …Is the phone locked to O2? If so how would I go about unlocking it (Im on virgin)


Unlocked
philjstephenson21/11/2019 08:25

DANGEROUS BEYOND BELIEF!I have yet to see any comments form the thousands …DANGEROUS BEYOND BELIEF!I have yet to see any comments form the thousands who have been bitten on the rear by these idiotic deal, the damage to your credit file and the danger of O2 forcing you to either return the handset or take the silly monthly cost deal is very real....i wouldnt, but if you do expect it to ctch up with you!


I didn't get any of those problems when I signed up for my Mate 20 Pro.

I just got a cheap PAYG sim and then obtained a PAC from O2 via a text message and simples.
Surely you can't just cancel it and keep the phone without any repurcussions?
Odd, I can't get it to show pay in full. Have seen it before on the mate 20 deal.
pacmcg21/11/2019 08:34

No just pay full amount. Chose the 1gb tariff at £17 a month on rolling …No just pay full amount. Chose the 1gb tariff at £17 a month on rolling contract. Don't use sim and cancel once you receive phone.I purchased the mate 20 Pro 2 months ago and my credit rating went up this month. Just don't cancel your direct debit.


...is this that way?

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ciaranmcw9221/11/2019 08:21

I've read getting these and then cancelling the airtime can affect your …I've read getting these and then cancelling the airtime can affect your credit - that true ?


I did o2 refresh a few years ago and although I cancelled the airtime they failed to do so which caused a missed payment and a hit to my credit score. I did eventually get them to sort it out but it took a little while. Has put me off a little doing this again but at the same time this deal is crazy good
BS_Man21/11/2019 08:42

...is this that way? [Image]


No, as you'll need to call and cancel to terminate airtime plan
Thanks OP, epic deal, I have a P20 Pro already and it's been my favourite ever phone - no need to upgrade really, but couldn't ignore this offer.

I've just gone for a 3 month contract so it will cost me £307 in total without any cancellation hassle (hopefully) still a massive bargain at that.

I think someone already asked, but these aren't locked to o2?
ezzer7221/11/2019 08:52

Thanks OP, epic deal, I have a P20 Pro already and it's been my favourite …Thanks OP, epic deal, I have a P20 Pro already and it's been my favourite ever phone - no need to upgrade really, but couldn't ignore this offer.I've just gone for a 3 month contract so it will cost me £307 in total without any cancellation hassle (hopefully) still a massive bargain at that.I think someone already asked, but these aren't locked to o2?


Unlocked...
ezzer7221/11/2019 08:52

Thanks OP, epic deal, I have a P20 Pro already and it's been my favourite …Thanks OP, epic deal, I have a P20 Pro already and it's been my favourite ever phone - no need to upgrade really, but couldn't ignore this offer.I've just gone for a 3 month contract so it will cost me £307 in total without any cancellation hassle (hopefully) still a massive bargain at that.I think someone already asked, but these aren't locked to o2?


Unlocked
pacmcg21/11/2019 08:55

Spot on


...will it go through using PayPal credit?
Is Google/Android update issue now sorted?
pacmcg21/11/2019 08:55

Spot on


Just remember cancel contract after you receive phone. Worst case scenario is you pay 1 month at £17 on top. But defo worth it. And all Huawei phones are unlocked.
BS_Man21/11/2019 08:56

...will it go through using PayPal credit?


Don't know sorry. You need to pay device in full.
Ordered. Thanks Op
ezzer7221/11/2019 08:52

Thanks OP, epic deal, I have a P20 Pro already and it's been my favourite …Thanks OP, epic deal, I have a P20 Pro already and it's been my favourite ever phone - no need to upgrade really, but couldn't ignore this offer.I've just gone for a 3 month contract so it will cost me £307 in total without any cancellation hassle (hopefully) still a massive bargain at that.I think someone already asked, but these aren't locked to o2?


You could have gone for 1 month contract.
Excellent
toge21/11/2019 08:32

What damage lol mines back to 900+ on Experian already....


I got an honor View 20 through o2 refresh a few months ago, checked my credit rating this week on experian and its actually increased from 980 to 987. Can't be that damaging!
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