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iPhone 4 on O2 £35 a month - 600 mins Unlimited texts. @ Mobiles.co.uk
iPhone 4 on O2 £35 a month - 600 mins Unlimited texts. @ Mobiles.co.uk

iPhone 4 on O2 £35 a month - 600 mins Unlimited texts. @ Mobiles.co.uk

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Quidco are offering a £100 on iphone deals on o2 and orange. This deal looks good, bringing the iphone 4 price down to only £19. Down side is that it's a 24 month contract.

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Quidco can't be included in the price just in case it doesn't work, so phone is £119.

why cold this is a iphone!!! come on iphones are the best thing since sliced bread- are'nt they?????? so the price is good!!!

Has the iphone 4 still got signal problems??

javea

Has the iphone 4 still got signal problems??



buy a case or a bumper

javea

Has the iphone 4 still got signal problems??



yes its a hardware/design problem... even with a case and bumper you wont get full bar reception

Don't get me started on not even being able to make outgoing calls... that's another fault even with full signal and a bumper

Hmmm....well I bought a iPhone4 + a £14.99 case with O2 and paid much more than this. Never had any signal problems whatsoever.

Absolutely superb piece of kit....

Shouldn't be so cold really

I would never get a 24 month contract again, I have one with Vodafone which seems endless and I can't wait to get away!

24 month contracts are the pits

better value for money though. I would rather pay £5 less for the length of my contract and stick it out for another 6 months rather than pay the fiver just so I can get another phone earlier.

I use for buisiness so make notes whilst on phone, as a right handed person, I hold in my left hand whilst writing, so would need a case to make work, then when I get in the car, I can't use in a holder!

i got one too. the signal is very low .. i hated this version of iphone. the frist generation is better for me.

Ordered last week but got email saying order put on hold until I call their sales/order line to confirm details. This obviously invalidates the cashback rules. When rang was asked to send in bank statement, copy of driving licence and copy of signature as they claim O2 had requested these. I already have contract with O2. Obviously cancelled the order as this seems very suspicious.
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