iPhone 5S White/Silver/Black Unlocked Refurbished Good £99.99 @ Musicmagpie
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iPhone 5S White/Silver/Black Unlocked Refurbished Good £99.99 @ Musicmagpie

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Found 23rd Apr 2017
Really good deal, iPhone 5s for less than £100. Also comes with 12 months warranty. Extra £10 goes off at checkout.
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Silhouette

£160-190 in CEX... So this is a good price.


I could separate you from so much money
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£160-190 in CEX... So this is a good price.
Silhouette

£160-190 in CEX... So this is a good price.


I could separate you from so much money
£150 gets you an SE on o2 refresh. Surely it's a better deal in the long run?
jdrob123

£150 gets you an SE on o2 refresh. Surely it's a better deal in the long … £150 gets you an SE on o2 refresh. Surely it's a better deal in the long run?



Definitely is. Bit hard to compete with that deal at the moment lol
Can't seem to find that deal myself... Hasn't been posted on here it would seem.

jdrob123

£150 gets you an SE on o2 refresh. Surely it's a better deal in the long … £150 gets you an SE on o2 refresh. Surely it's a better deal in the long run?


Misleading as you have to go through contracts to get it.
ether707

Misleading as you have to go through contracts to get it.



Easy to do, having done it myself previously.
How do you do it? This whole o2 refresh. I've only got a couple of months left on my O2 present contract
The o2 refresh thing sounds very risky to me.
donslibi

Easy to do, having done it myself previously.



It doesn't matter - it's still a contract with a credit check and it still requires legwork. People here get told off all the time for including TCB or Quidco in prices, even if it is virtually guaranteed. O2 Refresh is not a guarantee of anything and there are plenty of horror stories to back it up and show it as a risk (that many are willing to take).
plewis00

It doesn't matter - it's still a contract with a credit check and it … It doesn't matter - it's still a contract with a credit check and it still requires legwork. People here get told off all the time for including TCB or Quidco in prices, even if it is virtually guaranteed. O2 Refresh is not a guarantee of anything and there are plenty of horror stories to back it up and show it as a risk (that many are willing to take).



Worst case you pay part of a month or just return the phone within 14 days if they can't sort it out for you.
guys, in the other deal for S6 Galaxy, the same dealer was discreditted for their bad reputation in selling bad or faulty products... so, based of dealer reviews, I would unfortunately say keep clear or be careful if you bold enough to go for it. COLD for me. Check: hotukdeals.com/dea…352
dont forget quidco
All gone
plewis00

It doesn't matter - it's still a contract with a credit check and it … It doesn't matter - it's still a contract with a credit check and it still requires legwork. People here get told off all the time for including TCB or Quidco in prices, even if it is virtually guaranteed. O2 Refresh is not a guarantee of anything and there are plenty of horror stories to back it up and show it as a risk (that many are willing to take).



There are no horror stories if you follow the procedure and get confirmation that the contract is paid off, they even send you a letter. Full easy to follow process in misc and fir an extra £50 the SE is a no brainier over this one. To be honest no idea how it's got hot.

I've purchased 2 of these from there ebay store, they looked immaculate and worked perfectly.

I'm sure phones that are faulty do slip through though! But on the two occasions I've used them I was actually pretty impressed

Gaukirox

guys, in the other deal for S6 Galaxy, the same dealer was discreditted … guys, in the other deal for S6 Galaxy, the same dealer was discreditted for their bad reputation in selling bad or faulty products... so, based of dealer reviews, I would unfortunately say keep clear or be careful if you bold enough to go for it. COLD for me. Check: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-galaxy-s6-32gb-white-unlocked-179-99-music-magpie-refurbished-free-12-month-2671352


sold out.
all gone.
eslick

There are no horror stories if you follow the procedure and get … There are no horror stories if you follow the procedure and get confirmation that the contract is paid off, they even send you a letter. Full easy to follow process in misc and fir an extra £50 the SE is a no brainier over this one. To be honest no idea how it's got hot.



Well I guess all the people who followed the procedure and got defaults on their credit file, constant payments taken and inability to cancel must be lying then? If O2 wanted you to do this, they would offer you the phone for a one-off payment with no airtime. I suspect the only reason they let this happen is because it is makes their sales figures look good at little cost.

And, no, £50 more is not a no-brainer, if: you only have £100 to spend, you can't or don't want a credit check, you want a phone without hassle of speaking to customer services... just because it works for you doesn't mean it works for everyone.
plewis00

Well I guess all the people who followed the procedure and got defaults … Well I guess all the people who followed the procedure and got defaults on their credit file, constant payments taken and inability to cancel must be lying then? If O2 wanted you to do this, they would offer you the phone for a one-off payment with no airtime. I suspect the only reason they let this happen is because it is makes their sales figures look good at little cost.And, no, £50 more is not a no-brainer, if: you only have £100 to spend, you can't or don't want a credit check, you want a phone without hassle of speaking to customer services... just because it works for you doesn't mean it works for everyone.


This person should stand for parliament. I would vote for him. This is not sarcasm.
zizzles

This person should stand for parliament. I would vote for him. … This person should stand for parliament. I would vote for him. This is not sarcasm.



I would love to but I'm too busy arguing with strangers on internet forums.
Now £130 & 2 in stock.
not a good deal anymore.
plewis00

Well I guess all the people who followed the procedure and got defaults … Well I guess all the people who followed the procedure and got defaults on their credit file, constant payments taken and inability to cancel must be lying then? If O2 wanted you to do this, they would offer you the phone for a one-off payment with no airtime. I suspect the only reason they let this happen is because it is makes their sales figures look good at little cost.And, no, £50 more is not a no-brainer, if: you only have £100 to spend, you can't or don't want a credit check, you want a phone without hassle of speaking to customer services... just because it works for you doesn't mean it works for everyone.



£50 is a no brainier between the S and SE if you ignore the other issues, however as I said you have to follow the process hundreds of people in here have and had no issues whilst some have but that's the same in any retailer. Follow the steps, and if something goes wrong email their CEO with the details including the confirmation of cancellation and they will put it right, they have too no choice in the mattter. If you don't want the refresh process then go for the payg one £15 extra to unlock and none of the issues.
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