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Huawei P30 Pro 12GB data on O2 £28pm + £39.99 upfront - £711.99 @ Mobile Phones Direct via uswitch
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Huawei P30 Pro 12GB data on O2 £28pm + £39.99 upfront - £711.99 @ Mobile Phones Direct via uswitch

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Posted 1st Feb

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Huawei P30 Pro

£39.99 upfront
£28pm

NO CASHBACK DEAL

O2 - 12gb data
Unlimited min
Unlimited texts

Total 2 year contract £711.99
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great phone with full google apps
No free watch?
you can claim separately from Huawei website
Any chance on an 02 upgrade?
Anyone been thru this yet company b4?
I own my house outright, earn bloody well, and have never been refused credit before in my life.

MPD rejected me for a £26 O2 contract the other day (security reasons apparently). I was a bit taken aback but having read some of their feedback elsewhere online perhaps I got lucky!
CaptainSocks01/02/2020 15:24

I own my house outright, earn bloody well, and have never been refused …I own my house outright, earn bloody well, and have never been refused credit before in my life.MPD rejected me for a £26 O2 contract the other day (security reasons apparently). I was a bit taken aback but having read some of their feedback elsewhere online perhaps I got lucky!


That one with the cashback offer ?
CaptainSocks01/02/2020 15:24

I own my house outright, earn bloody well, and have never been refused …I own my house outright, earn bloody well, and have never been refused credit before in my life.MPD rejected me for a £26 O2 contract the other day (security reasons apparently). I was a bit taken aback but having read some of their feedback elsewhere online perhaps I got lucky!


My friend had this happen also , has an Experian score of 889 and owns his own home.
is this a uk version of the phone?
Also does any one know if the google apps are ok and working on this model?
Fus3rr03/02/2020 17:36

is this a uk version of the phone?Also does any one know if the google …is this a uk version of the phone?Also does any one know if the google apps are ok and working on this model?


Yep and yep
Fus3rr03/02/2020 17:36

is this a uk version of the phone?Also does any one know if the google …is this a uk version of the phone?Also does any one know if the google apps are ok and working on this model?


Google/android will work on all Huawei phones forever! As long as they were released before the entity list, as the licence was purchased before the sanctions, only new releases would be effected
with free china spyware
Dont forget top cashback. Over £42.00 atm. Makes this even more appealing
CaptainSocks01/02/2020 15:24

I own my house outright, earn bloody well, and have never been refused …I own my house outright, earn bloody well, and have never been refused credit before in my life.MPD rejected me for a £26 O2 contract the other day (security reasons apparently). I was a bit taken aback but having read some of their feedback elsewhere online perhaps I got lucky!


Just shows you how random the searches are...I have about of money so don't ever borrow any..as always work and earning...so my credit ain't great...I looked on Experian...and it's nearly on the poor side...it's in the good at the minute ...but I went for this and had it approved within minutes ...go figure
Why is everyone so against the cashback deals? I've found it very easy and reliable with MPD, never had an issue and can work out a fair bit cheaper overall
dwattsy2104/02/2020 07:44

Why is everyone so against the cashback deals? I've found it very easy and …Why is everyone so against the cashback deals? I've found it very easy and reliable with MPD, never had an issue and can work out a fair bit cheaper overall


Im really not into the cashback deals on monlthy DD.
Personally it doesn't feel like a deal to me as my monthly payment will still be more than I'm willing to pay. Its like lending my mate 200 quid and him giving me 250 quid back over 6 months, getting it back in dribs and drabs and spending it as you get it just doesn't feel the same (I know it is though).
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