iPhone 7 (like new) on O2 Refresh - £355.99
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iPhone 7 (like new) on O2 Refresh - £355.99

£355.99O2 Deals
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Found 7th Aug 2017
Not as cheap as some previous O2 Refresh deals posted for an IPhone 7, but this still merits a mention being available again for £356.



Select the £109.99 up front cost, with £39.99 a month (£9 per month device plan).



Usual O2 Refresh rules apply whereby you pay the up front cost, then after making a call and having the phone unlocked for free by O2, you call up and pay off the device plan in full, then simply cancel your airtime plan. Simples........... all above board and an exceptional way to get an iPhone 7 for just over half the £599 RRP.



I've bought my last 2 phones through the Refresh process, both I would swear we're brand new phones with a years guarantee.
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O2 have clocked on.. there seems to be a new policy of 30 days notice so factor that in.. one months airtime to the total outlay.
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I checked this the other day and thought it was only about £325. What tariff are you choosing?
OP as you mentioned, this deal was on for £268 twice in the past month, so may be worth waiting unless one has to purchase immediately.

Fwiw I took this deal with a 'perfectly fine' iPhone 7 and received a scratch free unmarked phone with more than 11 months Apple warranty remaining.

So it's definitely worth it if you have the patience to wait a few days until it's unlocked and then pay off the device plan and cancel the airtime plan.
Cold. Have to go through rigmarole of credit check etc. Just sell phones as sin only, O2.
This twice came for £278 in last one month
O2 refresh I purchased the first deal at £278 got billed £30 odd pound first and then £550 check ur statements



still waiting on the refund - can go through the bank but been asked to wait 15 business days, no idea to what will be on my credit report



Never again !!!
Edited by: "JellybearXo" 7th Aug 2017
If you pay for your phone in full as advance and take only airtime contract will not effect your credit rating. You can then cancel airtime within 14-days period. You may get charged for first bill but will get refund.
Edited by: "aaqeel" 7th Aug 2017
Don't worry op, its only going cold cos people cant afford apple products so have to settle for budget alternative which is android. Hot hot hot ignore the haters
cuslund24 m ago

Don't worry op, its only going cold cos people cant afford apple products …Don't worry op, its only going cold cos people cant afford apple products so have to settle for budget alternative which is android. Hot hot hot ignore the haters

What!
This can be had for 349.99 if you select the following tariff:

Upfront 109.99 + 36 (per month) - 109.99 + 24*10 = 349.99 (Device cost).

However, a point to mention is that the last time this was posted for 277 a few days back, many fellow HUKDians were moaning that O2 customer representatives were adamant on a 30 day cancellation period.. A few posts on the earlier thread did mention that they converted from a pay monthly to a pay as you go sim however some had to pay the first month's charges due to insistence of the customer representative for a 30 day cancellation period... Hence the cost that too should be factored in while taking a decision to go for this deal ..
JellybearXo1 h, 48 m ago

O2 refresh I purchased the first deal at £278 got billed £30 odd pound f …O2 refresh I purchased the first deal at £278 got billed £30 odd pound first and then £550 check ur statements still waiting on the refund - can go through the bank but been asked to wait 15 business days, no idea to what will be on my credit report Never again !!!



battlefield170621 m ago

This can be had for 349.99 if you select the following tariff:Upfront …This can be had for 349.99 if you select the following tariff:Upfront 109.99 + 36 (per month) - 109.99 + 24*10 = 349.99 (Device cost).However, a point to mention is that the last time this was posted for 277 a few days back, many fellow HUKDians were moaning that O2 customer representatives were adamant on a 30 day cancellation period.. A few posts on the earlier thread did mention that they converted from a pay monthly to a pay as you go sim however some had to pay the first month's charges due to insistence of the customer representative for a 30 day cancellation period... Hence the cost that too should be factored in while taking a decision to go for this deal ..


Once you paid everything off you should of logged in and upgraded to a 30 day sim. Cheapest is £9 a month 200mb data, 150 mins & text. Then cancel the 30 day sim.
I done mine this way and got charged about £6.

aaqeel8 h, 44 m ago

If you pay for your phone in full as advance and take only airtime …If you pay for your phone in full as advance and take only airtime contract will not effect your credit rating. You can then cancel airtime within 14-days period. You may get charged for first bill but will get refund.

You can no longer cancel within 14 days. You must give 30 days notice.
furrygg6 m ago

You can no longer cancel within 14 days. You must give 30 days notice.

You can cancel within 14 days, but that would include cancelling the contract and returning the handset. If you keep the handset they will require 30 days notice. That was my experience
furrygg18 m ago

You can cancel within 14 days, but that would include cancelling the …You can cancel within 14 days, but that would include cancelling the contract and returning the handset. If you keep the handset they will require 30 days notice. That was my experience


I paid off the device the day I received it and switched to 30 day Sim which I canceled few days later. I had £26.80 bill siting on my account for almost 3 weeks but after some LiveChat session I managed to get them to wave this.
So in the example you pay £109.99. The plan is £39.99 a month but you cancel this. What is the remaining £246 made up of? Thanks
furrygg30 m ago

You can cancel within 14 days, but that would include cancelling the …You can cancel within 14 days, but that would include cancelling the contract and returning the handset. If you keep the handset they will require 30 days notice. That was my experience

30 days notice only required when you asked to convert your sim to PAYG. If you ask them to cancel the airtime, usually takes 24 hours and O2 will block your sim.
iPhone 7 plus available (32gb) for £447.99 too
just looking at this, can you get quidco cashback also as you are buying a 24 month contract, or do they deney it because you cancelled it
oasismark6 h, 28 m ago

just looking at this, can you get quidco cashback also as you are buying a …just looking at this, can you get quidco cashback also as you are buying a 24 month contract, or do they deney it because you cancelled it

They deny the cashback if you cancel airtime within six months.
furrygg11 h, 48 m ago

You can no longer cancel within 14 days. You must give 30 days notice.





They may say that - if you switch it to PAYG (or request a PAC and port the number out - Asda SIM is 50p if you don't have one) you can be out in a few days. The first bill may still go out depending on the billing cycle but the line rental then gets credited back.
Edited by: "Anon" 8th Aug 2017
furrygg8th Aug

You can cancel within 14 days, but that would include cancelling the …You can cancel within 14 days, but that would include cancelling the contract and returning the handset. If you keep the handset they will require 30 days notice. That was my experience



that is not correct at all, did it in the last 2 weeks with 4 phones, no issues at all, first one said you need to do the 30 days notice, told her I had the webchat that said you didn't and the terms said you can cancel in the first 14 days she went away and came back and said I was correct. The next one I told them I wanted to cancel in the first 14 days and she said that's ok, normally if you aren't in the first 14 days you have to give the notice. Next two no issues at all, final bills generated for two of the phones and owe less than a pound, final letters to close the accounts are also through.
eslick9th Aug

that is not correct at all, did it in the last 2 weeks with 4 phones, no …that is not correct at all, did it in the last 2 weeks with 4 phones, no issues at all, first one said you need to do the 30 days notice, told her I had the webchat that said you didn't and the terms said you can cancel in the first 14 days she went away and came back and said I was correct. The next one I told them I wanted to cancel in the first 14 days and she said that's ok, normally if you aren't in the first 14 days you have to give the notice. Next two no issues at all, final bills generated for two of the phones and owe less than a pound, final letters to close the accounts are also through.

All I can tell you is that the person I spoke to told me there was no way I could cancel without paying. I recorded this conversation. I f I can see in the t&cs that this is wrong then I will complain
furrygg2 h, 21 m ago

All I can tell you is that the person I spoke to told me there was no way …All I can tell you is that the person I spoke to told me there was no way I could cancel without paying. I recorded this conversation. I f I can see in the t&cs that this is wrong then I will complain


Go back through one of the old threads terms are in there but complains after cancellation aren't been changed. But anyone doing it now I would say make sure you say you are cancelling in the 14 cancellation period.
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