I am also not happy with the price, this is probably the cheapest way of buying  an iphone 6 plus. Plz do not vote cold. + £10 credit + screen protector (£10)  with probabily £6.5 cash back @ phones4u
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I am also not happy with the price, this is probably the cheapest way of buying an iphone 6 plus. Plz do not vote cold. + £10 credit + screen protector (£10) with probabily £6.5 cash back @ phones4u

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Found 12th Sep 2014
Could save you some £££.

It will lock to the 1st sim.

You do NOT have to insert the sim that come with the phone. You could sell the sim.

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Or as it is a pay as you go deal, will it already be locked to one of the networks that you but the £10 top-up for??

Why take the chance just buy the sim free, factory unlocked version from Apple for the same price £619.

Ridiculous price to pay for a sim free phone.
Edited by: "Backaxel" 12th Sep 2014

Ridiculous price to pay for for an iphone

Top tip> Asking people to not vote cold brings on more cold votes.

Why would you post the deal if you are "...also not happy with the price..."?

iVoted cold...


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tmac15200

Plz do not vote cold



That is asking for trouble (_;)

Not really much of deal anyway is it and Apple = Cold usually anyway.

This will NOT end well.

Grab a coat, it's getting freezing cold in here!

Still not better than an iPhone 4s, skipped the 5 as it was not a justifiable upgrade and neither is this. I think the Sony Z3 is calling me.

if getting an iphone 6 on cpw or p4u does it lock to first sim inserted too? (on contract or upgrade)

SkilledNutter

Still not better than an iPhone 4s, skipped the 5 as it was not a … Still not better than an iPhone 4s, skipped the 5 as it was not a justifiable upgrade and neither is this. I think the Sony Z3 is calling me.



Or Z3 compact to be fair...

Still ordered a iP6 for release day, but will see if I end up actually using it or if I go for the Z3C instead.

Lol.

sweetangelxx

if getting an iphone 6 on cpw or p4u does it lock to first sim inserted … if getting an iphone 6 on cpw or p4u does it lock to first sim inserted too? (on contract or upgrade)



this is what i have been told. same thing happened with the Iphone5. they are unlocked then lock to the network when the 1st Sim card is inserted.

Might as well buy it for £619 from Apple then it'll be unlocked to all networks. You'll also get a better price for it when you eventually sell it on.

mynameisthehulk

Why would you post the deal if you are "...also not happy with the … Why would you post the deal if you are "...also not happy with the price..."?iVoted cold...



I'm not happy with the price of fuel, does that mean I just don't buy it?

Oneday77

I'm not happy with the price of fuel, does that mean I just don't buy it?



Are you comparing fuel (an essential) with an iPhone? iDiot.

Just to clear this up. This is not a deal, this is a joke.

I am an apple fanboy (self-acclaimed) and will most likely be paying an extortionate amount for the new phone.

This is not a deal because the free screen protector will in fact be worth about 10p and the £10 credit is not very useful for most.

So what you're paying is £619 for a locked iPhone 6 Plus when you could pay £619 for an unlocked iPhone 6 Plus direct from apple.

Despite your pleas, and I have to apologise as I like you're attempt, I am voting cold.

djmackie2000

this is what i have been told. same thing happened with the Iphone5. they … this is what i have been told. same thing happened with the Iphone5. they are unlocked then lock to the network when the 1st Sim card is inserted.



iPhones will be unlocked before being put through the til in any retailer. Depending on how it is put through the til will determine the sim lock. At most retailers, they only have the option to put it through so that it will lock to the first sim card you insert, except for Apple. If you buy it on contract with them it will lock to the first as they just act as the middle man, however if you buy it outright, it will not lock to a network.

mynameisthehulk

Are you comparing fuel (an essential) with an iPhone? iDiot.



I could cycle to work or get the bus, Diesel was an example of the price of something isn't always desirable.
But buying something is not always at a price you like. iDck

brrrr

Oneday77

I could cycle to work or get the bus, Diesel was an example of the price … I could cycle to work or get the bus, Diesel was an example of the price of something isn't always desirable. But buying something is not always at a price you like. iDck



You still need t pay your Gas and Electric, that is fuel. Or do you heat your home with the warm self satisfied feeling you get after you spuff all your money on an iThing?

djmackie2000

this is what i have been told. same thing happened with the Iphone5. they … this is what i have been told. same thing happened with the Iphone5. they are unlocked then lock to the network when the 1st Sim card is inserted.



thx for the reply.. due for an upgrade

Edited by: "sweetangelxx" 12th Sep 2014

mynameisthehulk

You still need t pay your Gas and Electric, that is fuel. Or do you heat … You still need t pay your Gas and Electric, that is fuel. Or do you heat your home with the warm self satisfied feeling you get after you spuff all your money on an iThing?


No I run my house on the raging river of iHaters tears or on dry days the biomass of excrement they feel they should share with everyone.
My comment maybe on an iPhone page but there are many things I'm not happy on the price of, that doesn't mean that the price may not be a deal. This particular deal isn't as you don't really gain by not buying from Apple, so I voted cold.

PS my phone is a Moto G 4G, quite a bit different from an iPhone.

Oneday77

No I run my house on the raging river of iHaters tears or on dry days the … No I run my house on the raging river of iHaters tears or on dry days the biomass of excrement they feel they should share with everyone.My comment maybe on an iPhone page but there are many things I'm not happy on the price of, that doesn't mean that the price may not be a deal. This particular deal isn't as you don't really gain by not buying from Apple, so I voted cold.PS my phone is a Moto G 4G, quite a bit different from an iPhone.



You make less sense every time you post, iWould give up if I were you. My original point was valid.

Oneday77

No I run my house on the raging river of iHaters tears or on dry days the … No I run my house on the raging river of iHaters tears or on dry days the biomass of excrement they feel they should share with everyone.My comment maybe on an iPhone page but there are many things I'm not happy on the price of, that doesn't mean that the price may not be a deal. This particular deal isn't as you don't really gain by not buying from Apple, so I voted cold.PS my phone is a Moto G 4G, quite a bit different from an iPhone.



Was taking you seriously until the final sentence. May print this off and read it later, having trouble sleeping recently!

if you arent happy with the price dont buy it and look for another phone. simple logic right?

realdarkprince

if you arent happy with the price dont buy it and look for another phone. … if you arent happy with the price dont buy it and look for another phone. simple logic right?



And maybe also not post a deal.... with that sentence in it!

OMG! He's got an iPhone!

Dryosh

Top tip> Asking people to not vote cold brings on more cold votes.



Putting iphone in the title tends to result in cold votes, not because it's a bad product but because it's got good design but it's overpriced and strangely the market will bear that price. On a side note the Apple watch apparently comes with a unique knob! Makes me smile every time I think about it!

They've just gone bust

sonypc100

They've just gone bust



They havent gone bust, they have been "Forced" into administration because they will no longer have any product to sell. They still have plenty of cash and probably stock but all the operators have cancelled their contract with them.

All the operators are in cahoots with each other which they totally deny but it is blantant. 24 & 36 month contacts were forced on the market to do exactly what has happened to reduce the contact payment to middle companies and to help the operators bump up there own sales up and make their figures better.

Its such a shame their will be little market left now and we will all have to go with the operators direct through their own sales channels and shops.

supadupa

They havent gone bust, they have been "Forced" into administration … They havent gone bust, they have been "Forced" into administration because they will no longer have any product to sell. They still have plenty of cash and probably stock but all the operators have cancelled their contract with them.All the operators are in cahoots with each other which they totally deny but it is blantant. 24 & 36 month contacts were forced on the market to do exactly what has happened to reduce the contact payment to middle companies and to help the operators bump up there own sales up and make their figures better.Its such a shame their will be little market left now and we will all have to go with the operators direct through their own sales channels and shops.


Well they may not of gone bust as you say but they certainly are not trading as of today.
My wife has a contract with their mobile network Life mobile and even their website is down today.
Edited by: "paulandpam1" 15th Sep 2014

UK retailer Phones4U confirmed today in a public statement that it is canceling all iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus pre-orders as the company enters administration
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