iPhone SE 16GB (Gold) - Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, 1GB Data on EE £13.99pm w/ cashback redemption - £17.99pm before (24mo, no upfront) £431.76 @ mobiles.co.uk
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iPhone SE 16GB (Gold) - Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Texts, 1GB Data on EE £13.99pm w/ cashback redemption - £17.99pm before (24mo, no upfront) £431.76 @ mobiles.co.uk

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Found 1st Jun 2017
Cheap and cheerful little deal this! I know, it's an iPhone = Insta-freeze, but bear with me on this one, OK? Good.


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These sell sim-free brand new at Argos for £319, technically making the contract just an extra £16.76 for the full 24 month term!

Claiming your cashback couldn't be simpler. You will need to send in your mobile phone bill at months 7, 12, 16, 20, and 24.

Would maybe suit a family member who needs a mobile but isn't interested in data for internet?


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    Well done, you got a low data allowance, low-storage, old model, iPhone deal to go hot - and it's a redemption deal too!
    Kudos (_;)
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    haritori1st Jun 2017

    Problem with this is its the 16GB model, so for an iPhone far too little …Problem with this is its the 16GB model, so for an iPhone far too little storage.




    Yea, I agree it's not great, but neither is the 1GB data allowance. Hopefully, it will be good for someone.
    Well done, you got a low data allowance, low-storage, old model, iPhone deal to go hot - and it's a redemption deal too!
    Kudos (_;)
    You can select any colour in the 128gb model for £17.99 - doesn't seem that bad and no redemption to deal with.
    sorry, there's upfront to deal with
    Robbiecfc

    17.99


    x 24 = £431.76 which should be included in deal's title
    O2 like new SE with refresh comes in at £168 and they really are like new with up to 12 months apple warranty a plus net sim with similar data is currently £7.50 which over 24 years costs a little more but if you have the £168 o2 would be the better deal as it allows you the flexibility to change and not be stuck on a 24 month contract. Other than that not a bad deal.
    Definitely hot. I went for the same deal last November and paid much much more.
    Are mobiles.co.uk reputable? Saw a decent deal on there for a 7 plus the other day.
    Reviews are mixed and according to some customer service is horrible (premium lines or massive hold times)
    pavel76

    x 24 = £431.76 which should be included in deal's title



    Oops, price quoted after cash back isn't that against the rules

    Also wonder how mods deals get so much heat so quickly, strange that.
    eslick

    Oops, price quoted after cash back isn't that against the rules :)Also … Oops, price quoted after cash back isn't that against the rules :)Also wonder how mods deals get so much heat so quickly, strange that.


    Every mobile deal should include full cost before cashback... apart mods deals
    eslick

    Oops, price quoted after cash back isn't that against the rules :)Also … Oops, price quoted after cash back isn't that against the rules :)Also wonder how mods deals get so much heat so quickly, strange that.


    Egocentric collectivism produces mutual rewarding behaviour.
    tommyboy122

    Are mobiles.co.uk reputable? Saw a decent deal on there for a 7 plus the … Are mobiles.co.uk reputable? Saw a decent deal on there for a 7 plus the other day.Reviews are mixed and according to some customer service is horrible (premium lines or massive hold times)



    ​amazing. no issues at all.
    tommyboy122

    Are mobiles.co.uk reputable?


    They are owned by Dixons/Currys/Carphone Warehouse.
    People always say 16gb isn't much, but for a light user it's fine. I call, text, use the internet and listen to music on mine mainly. I have 23 albums and about 20 apps and still have plenty of space (over 5gb). Granted I don't take photos often, but when I gather a decent amount, I transfer them over to my computer.

    I'm not saying it's suitable for everyone, I'm saying it's not unsuitable for everyone.

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    This is a good deal thanks for sharing.
    tommyboy122

    Are mobiles.co.uk reputable? Saw a decent deal on there for a 7 plus the … Are mobiles.co.uk reputable? Saw a decent deal on there for a 7 plus the other day.Reviews are mixed and according to some customer service is horrible (premium lines or massive hold times)



    Brilliant customer service I've found.

    Best deals I've seen are from them and on operators like o2 and EE, not some random network no one has ever heard of.

    Avoid premium numbers using saynoto0870 website or similar.
    Thx OP!! I went for the 128gb - no cashback to deal with @17.99 a month is not bad - don't forget quidco as well for another £35 off!!
    diazepam

    Granted I don't take photos often, but when I gather a decent amount, I … Granted I don't take photos often, but when I gather a decent amount, I transfer them over to my computer.


    I managed just fine with 16Gb for years. For photos as well as moving them to a PC Apple have their iCloud-based "Photo Library" - where full-resolution images are automatically moved over WiFi to iCloud and (if the handset needs space) only thumbnail-sized images are left for the indices.
    Perfectly fine refurbished mobiles are £159.99 from O2 on Refresh: o2.co.uk/sho…ew/ , so this is another £175.77 over 24 months for the contract and the phone is new, so hot deal from me, if you like the phone.
    Edited by: "EQL" 1st Jun 2017
    Such a great little phone. So powerful and it actually fits in your pocket. 16Gb is really hard to get by on though. If you can afford a bit more it's definitely worth it
    EQL

    Perfectly fine refurbished mobiles are £159.99 from O2 on Refresh: … Perfectly fine refurbished mobiles are £159.99 from O2 on Refresh: https://www.o2.co.uk/shop/tariff/apple/iphone-se-like-new/ , so this is another £175.77 over 24 months for the contract and the phone is new, so hot deal from me, if you like the phone.



    The best deal is the o2 one combined with a pay monthly sim so when you find you are using more than a gb of data you can move elsewhere. And of course cash back which is an important part if this deal isn't guaranteed and sadly if anyone other than a mod had posted like this it would have been changed hours ago.
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    16GB is plenty, I've still got 5GB free on a 16GB phone and I doubt I'll need any more.
    1 GB is also plenty for a data allowance, I have 500MB allowance and never use anywhere near that much thanks to WiFi being everywhere I go.

    And a word for the SE, thank goodness for small phones that pocket so well.
    what sort of life expectancy would I get out of an SE if I buy now? factoring in ios updates and etc
    ngwill1990

    what sort of life expectancy would I get out of an SE if I buy now? … what sort of life expectancy would I get out of an SE if I buy now? factoring in ios updates and etc


    Up to now Apple have provided support for devices (new IOS versions etc.) for about 5 years from when the device was no longer on retail sale. The SE is still on sale - and will be until, probably, September 2017.

    I don't know if this is promised in writing anywhere....but it has been one of the strengths of iPhones and iPads.

    Edited by: "BrianM" 1st Jun 2017
    diazepam

    People always say 16gb isn't much, but for a light user it's fine. I … People always say 16gb isn't much, but for a light user it's fine. I call, text, use the internet and listen to music on mine mainly. I have 23 albums and about 20 apps and still have plenty of space (over 5gb). Granted I don't take photos often, but when I gather a decent amount, I transfer them over to my computer. I'm not saying it's suitable for everyone, I'm saying it's not unsuitable for everyone.


    Love your user name . . . Know any deals where I can get some ? ? Yay
    The 16gb is the old model. The new SE version comes in 32gb and 128gb
    redarmy85

    The 16gb is the old model. The new SE version comes in 32gb and 128gb


    Thank you Sherlock.
    redarmy85

    The 16gb is the old model. The new SE version comes in 32gb and 128gb



    There is no 'new SE', hardware hasn't changed and it's just as fast as it ever was (iPhone 6s generation) - only the storage.
    16GB is useless. My gf has this phone and is constantly having to decide what apps to remove, what photo's to delete, deleting then reloading Facebook, etc etc. It's simply not enough these days.
    androoski

    16GB is plenty, I've still got 5GB free on a 16GB phone and I doubt I'll … 16GB is plenty, I've still got 5GB free on a 16GB phone and I doubt I'll need any more. 1 GB is also plenty for a data allowance, I have 500MB allowance and never use anywhere near that much thanks to WiFi being everywhere I go.And a word for the SE, thank goodness for small phones that pocket so well.




    You are lucky then with the availability of wifi. I use about 5GB of data a month. If I ever watched videos or played games I am sure it would be a lot more.
    westendtoo

    You are lucky then with the availability of wifi. I use about 5GB of … You are lucky then with the availability of wifi. I use about 5GB of data a month. If I ever watched videos or played games I am sure it would be a lot more.


    I also have WiFi at home, work, shops etc. and never go over ~500Mb on mobile data
    BubaMan

    Well done, you got a low data allowance, low-storage, old model, iPhone … Well done, you got a low data allowance, low-storage, old model, iPhone deal to go hot - and it's a redemption deal too!Kudos (_



    I agree with the poor data allowance. But this phone is not an old model. It's only been around for 1 year.
    eslick

    O2 like new SE with refresh comes in at £168 and they really are like new … O2 like new SE with refresh comes in at £168 and they really are like new with up to 12 months apple warranty a plus net sim with similar data is currently £7.50 which over 24 years costs a little more but if you have the £168 o2 would be the better deal as it allows you the flexibility to change and not be stuck on a 24 month contract. Other than that not a bad deal.



    I had an awful time with "Like new" on O2 refresh. I bought a 6S for my wife. The phone looked great, not marks at all. It looked like it had never been used. But it had multiple hardware issues. The phone O2 gave me was over a year old and Apple wouldn't touch it, apart from to show me how knackered it was. It took 3 months for 02 to sort out a replacement and lots of effort from my side to get something done in the three months.

    Moral of the story is Beware of "Like New" on O2 refresh. O2 are shocking to deal with when things don't go well and because the phone was over a year old Apple cannot help.
    eddibabyyeah

    I agree with the poor data allowance. But this phone is not an old model. … I agree with the poor data allowance. But this phone is not an old model. It's only been around for 1 year.

    The SE is a decent bit of kit but on this site, 14 months is an old phone
    eddibabyyeah

    I had an awful time with "Like new" on O2 refresh. I bought a 6S for my … I had an awful time with "Like new" on O2 refresh. I bought a 6S for my wife. The phone looked great, not marks at all. It looked like it had never been used. But it had multiple hardware issues. The phone O2 gave me was over a year old and Apple wouldn't touch it, apart from to show me how knackered it was. It took 3 months for 02 to sort out a replacement and lots of effort from my side to get something done in the three months. Moral of the story is Beware of "Like New" on O2 refresh. O2 are shocking to deal with when things don't go well and because the phone was over a year old Apple cannot help.



    that's not good, on all other o2 posts a like new has had 10 months or more apple warranty left, the next grade down less than 6 months its always worth checking within the first 14 days how much is left and if there is none then returning it.
    Or you could buy a 3GB RAM 64GB ROM Xiaomi and get a SIM with a 1GB monthly allowance for between 2 and 3 years, depending which model you went for.

    Not only that, the Xiaomi will actually WORK with other OS systems, and not require all the faffing around you need to get anything off of an iDevice and onto a Windows, Linux, or Android device.

    The writing is on the wall for Apple, even the Chinese are starting to see through them and dump the brand; only one of my Chinese friends has replaced his/her iPhone with a new iPhone.
    (China being their biggest market, and their market share tanking over the past 12-18 months).
    BubaMan

    The SE is a decent bit of kit but on this site, 14 months is an old phone … The SE is a decent bit of kit but on this site, 14 months is an old phone


    Only for Android! iPhones may be expensive but perform well for years!
    BrianM

    Only for Android! iPhones may be expensive but perform well for years!

    Yeah - because nobody complains about their iPhone going slow (_;)
    2 years after release and Apple kill their devices with redundant code in firmware updates - for most people, this is conveniently at the end of their contract.
    At least they release firmware updates after 18 months, unlike most phone manufacturers
    Edited by: "BubaMan" 2nd Jun 2017
    haritori

    Problem with this is its the 16GB model, so for an iPhone far too little … Problem with this is its the 16GB model, so for an iPhone far too little storage.


    It's fine for using it as a Phone.......it's still enough for everything unless you are a moron using it for MP3's.
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