Iphone SE 16GB LIKE NEW 02 Refresh (All Colours) 64GB also available
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Iphone SE 16GB LIKE NEW 02 Refresh (All Colours) 64GB also available

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Found 28th Oct
Been looking for one of these for the wife. Purchased a 6 for the daughter 9 months ago and it was 'like new'. Payed for the phone immediately and cancelled the airtime plan as per the instructions on a previous deal. Was easy and straight forward to do.

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Good phone and good deal. All I would say though is the 16gb and 64gb models are the 2016 versions, which were replaced this year by the 32gb/128gb versions. So you have to wonder if the batteries in the older models are still OK?
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Good phone and good deal. All I would say though is the 16gb and 64gb models are the 2016 versions, which were replaced this year by the 32gb/128gb versions. So you have to wonder if the batteries in the older models are still OK?

Also, a bit more of a faff, but Three have the new 32gb version for £15 a month on a 24 month contract (only 300 mins and 500 mbs, so for light users). So that works out £360 over two years. If you say a similar sim only contract would cost you £4 a month (ID have a similar plan) you can deduct £96, making the phone £266. Quidco/TCB have £60 cashback for new Three contracts, so if goes threw OK, that makes it £206.
Also Three phones are Unlocked.

£3 a month more for Unlimited Mins, and 1GB data.

I’m only seeing the ‘Perfect, versions at £177 for the 16Gb. Maybe the like new ones have gone?

Dopple9 m ago

Good phone and good deal. All I would say though is the 16gb and 64gb …Good phone and good deal. All I would say though is the 16gb and 64gb models are the 2016 versions, which were replaced this year by the 32gb/128gb versions. So you have to wonder if the batteries in the older models are still OK?


Very valid point.

kevinyork13 m ago

I’m only seeing the ‘Perfect, versions at £177 for the 16Gb. Maybe the like …I’m only seeing the ‘Perfect, versions at £177 for the 16Gb. Maybe the like new ones have gone?


Oh, found it. Was looking at the pay off device cost rather than the total of the £7pm cost. £168 it is.

I’ve done the refresh deal twice, iPhone 6 last year (posted on here) and it went smoothly, no hassle cancelling contract etc.
Did it it again in June for the IPhone SE and it’s been an absolute nightmare.
Rang after a few days to pay off the phone and cancel the airtime etc. and I was told it has been sorted but it hadn’t. Receiving bills suggesting I owe them money for unpaid bills. I’ve been battling with o2 ever since although I think it’s now finally over!
For this reason I wouldn’t go for it again ..

Shame the almost perfect are no longer available as at £4 monthly it was hard to tell the difference in condition.
Lot of faffing to save £10
Edited by: "twinkle" 28th Oct

foxymeister46 m ago

I’ve done the refresh deal twice, iPhone 6 last year (posted on here) and i …I’ve done the refresh deal twice, iPhone 6 last year (posted on here) and it went smoothly, no hassle cancelling contract etc. Did it it again in June for the IPhone SE and it’s been an absolute nightmare.Rang after a few days to pay off the phone and cancel the airtime etc. and I was told it has been sorted but it hadn’t. Receiving bills suggesting I owe them money for unpaid bills. I’ve been battling with o2 ever since although I think it’s now finally over!For this reason I wouldn’t go for it again ..


I cancelled my direct debit as soon as I paid off the device and I made O2 aware. No problems and they can’t take any money even if they managed to screw up the final bill

donslibi34 m ago

I cancelled my direct debit as soon as I paid off the device and I made O2 …I cancelled my direct debit as soon as I paid off the device and I made O2 aware. No problems and they can’t take any money even if they managed to screw up the final bill


That’s ok but if you think they’ve cancelled your contract (but they haven’t!) and then you cancel the direct debit they will still try and claim the money they think you owe them. You can’t ignore bills and final demand or you’ll end up with a bad credit history even if it’s not your fault! Must have spent 2 hours on the phone, in total, trying to resolve it. As I said not worth the hassle for me...

Original Poster

Pay monthly not PAYG.

wingatewood12 m ago

Pay monthly not PAYG.


Thanks, sorted it now! Details above quite vague but found it in the end! Thank you for deal - heat!

I’ve owned lots of Samsung TVs, and whilst they’re good TVs, in my experience they are dreadfully unreliable. Every set I’ve owned has developed some fault or just Killeditself altogether.

By they have put them up in the last few months got three earlier in July all unregistered so had 12 months apple warranty for £120, ignore any of the doom sayers the refresh process went smoothly and I managed to sell our 5s for £130 also got the 7 for £267 at the time they gave out those up as well.

Can you please explain how does this works out as i can't find any details, the cheapest i can see is 28 pounds a month on a 24 months plan

heeljames54 m ago

I’ve owned lots of Samsung TVs, and whilst they’re good TVs, in my exp …I’ve owned lots of Samsung TVs, and whilst they’re good TVs, in my experience they are dreadfully unreliable. Every set I’ve owned has developed some fault or just Killeditself altogether.

TV's.......It's an apple iPhone lol

heeljames1 h, 23 m ago

I’ve owned lots of Samsung TVs, and whilst they’re good TVs, in my exp …I’ve owned lots of Samsung TVs, and whilst they’re good TVs, in my experience they are dreadfully unreliable. Every set I’ve owned has developed some fault or just Killeditself altogether.

what tariff do i have to select to get this price?

heeljames1 h, 43 m ago

I’ve owned lots of Samsung TVs, and whilst they’re good TVs, in my exp …I’ve owned lots of Samsung TVs, and whilst they’re good TVs, in my experience they are dreadfully unreliable. Every set I’ve owned has developed some fault or just Killeditself altogether.


iPhone SE is not a TV

Original Poster

Just scroll through the different tariffs and you will find it

Cheapest i'm seeing is £225.99?

foxymeister9 h, 41 m ago

I’ve done the refresh deal twice, iPhone 6 last year (posted on here) and i …I’ve done the refresh deal twice, iPhone 6 last year (posted on here) and it went smoothly, no hassle cancelling contract etc. Did it it again in June for the IPhone SE and it’s been an absolute nightmare.Rang after a few days to pay off the phone and cancel the airtime etc. and I was told it has been sorted but it hadn’t. Receiving bills suggesting I owe them money for unpaid bills. I’ve been battling with o2 ever since although I think it’s now finally over!For this reason I wouldn’t go for it again ..


When it's not going well, ask for a manager callback. Somebody will call back within a day or two and they really can't be bothered arguing so they just fix everything there and then.

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You are looking at the 64GB Model, see above for 16GB.

Rubbish . Wild goose chase !

Holding out for another iPhone 7 refresh deal

nokiafusion9 h, 32 m ago

TV's.......It's an apple iPhone lol


😫 Sign in on a different thread to comment, leave a comment here by mistake. Whoops.

foxymeister17 h, 9 m ago

That’s ok but if you think they’ve cancelled your contract (but they hav …That’s ok but if you think they’ve cancelled your contract (but they haven’t!) and then you cancel the direct debit they will still try and claim the money they think you owe them. You can’t ignore bills and final demand or you’ll end up with a bad credit history even if it’s not your fault! Must have spent 2 hours on the phone, in total, trying to resolve it. As I said not worth the hassle for me...


What would happen if you paid the credit off then ported out 1 day later are they stupid enough to try and take the full air time for the contract?!? Scratch that it's o2!! Of course they would :-(

I've said this before, I really wouldn't bother with the 16gb. It's just too restrictive. Even for the basics, though granted that Apple claim to have improved compression on iOS 11 for photos and videos.
Edited by: "Sid.Harper" 29th Oct

Sid.Harper1 h, 53 m ago

I've said this before, I really wouldn't bother with the 16gb. It's just …I've said this before, I really wouldn't bother with the 16gb. It's just too restrictive. Even for the basics, though granted that Apple claim to have improved compression on iOS 11 for photos and videos.


Agree completely. I bought a 16gb iPhone 6 Plus from Tesco a month or so ago. Just wasn’t enough storage space. Traded it in at CEX for 64gb iPhone 8 Plus.

Can someone explain how to get this with 160£ please??

Hoping for a 7 plus deal sometime. I have done this twice and followed instructions to the letter and all has been good.

Have been using 16gb since February. It's not an issue if you use cloud based services. I even have 4gb free somehow when updating to iOS 11 I got more space.

Voted hot. O2 just gave me 128gb as the 16gb was out of stock.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 29th Oct

sam_of_london11 m ago

Voted hot. O2 just gave me 128gb as the 16gb was out of stock.


Care to elaborate fella?

In regards to battery condition. With apple you never know. You might be getting refurb any way. Luckily easy enough to replace it but "new and oryginal" ebay batteries are 2 years old most of the time

Thanks so much OP - received today and absolutely perfect! Was unlocked too!
Edited by: "Kasc4185" 30th Oct

can someone talk me through this refresh deal ?
I can find O2 etc, but I can't see how you can get the cost of the phone to £168.

thanks

Hot. Got my daughter 16 gig one in September, almost perfect for £115 ish. Not a mark on it. She is perfectly happy with 16gig.

fsa58 m ago

can someone talk me through this refresh deal ?I can find O2 etc, but I …can someone talk me through this refresh deal ?I can find O2 etc, but I can't see how you can get the cost of the phone to £168.thanks


Select 16GB, select colour (all but space grey available), click view tariffs, select say 500MB and scroll to bottom = £7 per month = £168 per year

hiya can someone please talk me through how to go about getting this deal?

I see it where the phone costs £168 but then it also comes with a 24 month contract at £15 per month so this adds another £360. any help appreciated.

cheers in advance

Does it affect your credit rating after cancelling the contract
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