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iPhone SE - 16GB - Brand New - £252 - @O2 Refresh
iPhone SE - 16GB - Brand New - £252 - @O2 Refresh

iPhone SE - 16GB - Brand New - £252 - @O2 Refresh

Buy forBuy forBuy for£252
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STEP BY STEP ON HOW TO PURCHASE:

1. Select a colour of your choice.
2. Make sure that the storage capacity is '16GB', and click 'View our Tariffs' button.
3. Select the tab which says 'Sort tariffs', and select "Upfront Cost (high to low)".
4. Then, select the first deal, (500MB Data, £59.99 upfront, £22.00 a month)
5. Then select 'Go to basket' (which is located on the top right hand corner of your screen).
6. 'Go to Checkout' and purchase the deal.

WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU RECEIVE THE PHONE:

1. When your iPhone SE arrives, insert the O2 sim which comes with the phone.
2. Call '202' and select "thinking of leaving us?". This will forward you to an O2 help centre.
3. Tell the person you want to pay for your device in full and 'cancel the airtime'.
4. They will ask you for card details, and within a few hours they should cancel the airtime.
5. From that point on, the phone is yours to keep.
6. In total, you should have paid "£59.99 upfront" + "£8 a month" for '24 months', leaving you with an incredible deal of ONLY £252 for the phone (£128 cheaper than if you were to buy the phone from Apple.)

BARGAIN!

13 Comments

And ruin your credit,

great deal!

xbox360man

And ruin your credit,great deal!


How would it ruin your credit?
There would be the search, the loan and the phone contact.
If you paid the phone off in full and cancelled the contract you would be back to normal after 6 months.
Agreed that if you're planning on taking a mortgage out or something in the next few months that it's a bad idea.
I took out the Samsung Galaxy S7 deal for £288.

How much for the 64gb version pls ?

JellybearXo

How much for the 64gb version pls ?



click on "get deal" and you can tell us

Avoid 16GB iPhones. They fill up fast with few apps and you spend time juggling the limited space on them.

usetheforceluke

click on "get deal" and you can tell us



lol. @usetheforceluke
you sir are a real savage!

xbox360man

And ruin your credit,great deal!



I done this exact method when purchasing an iPhone 6S recently through the O2 Refresh scheme and can confirm that it has absolutely no effect on your credit score.

Glesgabear

I done this exact method when purchasing an iPhone 6S recently through … I done this exact method when purchasing an iPhone 6S recently through the O2 Refresh scheme and can confirm that it has absolutely no effect on your credit score.



On the contrary for me, my credit score was a 5/5 (using Noddle's free credit score check) and after going through O2 Refresh for an iPhone 5s my credit score dropped to a 3/5 for 2 months. It is now back at 5/5, mind.

O2 iPhone's are generally locked to O2 but can be unlocked for free providing the device is activated on the O2 network and your O2 contract/number is active. Be aware it generally takes 24 hours for O2's system to see the activation so if you request it straight away it will probably fail. Even if you can see minutes used etc it's a different part of O2's system that manages unlatching. Also if you cancel your contract before O2 has processed the unlcatch it will claim it can't unlatch the phone. So it's important to follow the process timeline if you want the phone unlocked before cancelling airtime.

Also be beware cancelling the airtime in the cooling off period will probably lead to issues with O2's billing system that will require effort to resolve. Firstly your initial bill is generated when you buy a phone that's in stock. O2 will then collected the direct debit 14 days after the bill date. Even if your cancel airtime it will collect this payment. After taking one months airtime O2 will then issue your final bill which will probably include an erroneous early termination charge which is the full value of your airtime contract (so a £10 excluding vat airtime per month = £240 early termination) minus any airtime payment already taken. This will be collected 14 days later by DD. I wish to avoid O2 taking your money it's important that you cancel the direct debit with your bank as soon as the mandate is visible on your account. The final fill should be a daily rate that's a pro-rata of the monthly airtime billed for the number of days the sim is active and this can be settled via card payment.

I bought my iphone using this method & o2 tried to bill me the cost of the phone despite paying the phone off. They also took airtime despite cancelling it. Refunds are still ongoing nearly 1 month after purchase. Yes it's a good saving but it comes with hassle.

WhyteRhyno

On the contrary for me, my credit score was a 5/5 (using Noddle's free … On the contrary for me, my credit score was a 5/5 (using Noddle's free credit score check) and after going through O2 Refresh for an iPhone 5s my credit score dropped to a 3/5 for 2 months. It is now back at 5/5, mind.



Weird how it affects different people, but as long as its back to being 5/5, I suppose that's the main thing.

joeluken

O2 iPhone's are generally locked to O2 but can be unlocked for free … O2 iPhone's are generally locked to O2 but can be unlocked for free providing the device is activated on the O2 network and your O2 contract/number is active. Be aware it generally takes 24 hours for O2's system to see the activation so if you request it straight away it will probably fail. Even if you can see minutes used etc it's a different part of O2's system that manages unlatching. Also if you cancel your contract before O2 has processed the unlcatch it will claim it can't unlatch the phone. So it's important to follow the process timeline if you want the phone unlocked before cancelling airtime.Also be beware cancelling the airtime in the cooling off period will probably lead to issues with O2's billing system that will require effort to resolve. Firstly your initial bill is generated when you buy a phone that's in stock. O2 will then collected the direct debit 14 days after the bill date. Even if your cancel airtime it will collect this payment. After taking one months airtime O2 will then issue your final bill which will probably include an erroneous early termination charge which is the full value of your airtime contract (so a £10 excluding vat airtime per month = £240 early termination) minus any airtime payment already taken. This will be collected 14 days later by DD. I wish to avoid O2 taking your money it's important that you cancel the direct debit with your bank as soon as the mandate is visible on your account. The final fill should be a daily rate that's a pro-rata of the monthly airtime billed for the number of days the sim is active and this can be settled via card payment.



​perfect explanation . happens exactly same.
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