iPhone SE 32GB - Sim free £239 at GiffGaff
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iPhone SE 32GB - Sim free £239 at GiffGaff

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Found 22nd Feb
iPhone SE 32GB available at GiffGaff for £229, additional £10 if you don’t already have a GiffGaff sim but can be cancelled at any time.
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finally a good price for an iphone
Might as well get refurbished my mum got this but rose gold refurbished for around 180 and it looks brand new
Possible £30 cashback from TopCashback if you activate the sim.
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TinyRick7 m ago

Might as well get refurbished my mum got this but rose gold refurbished …Might as well get refurbished my mum got this but rose gold refurbished for around 180 and it looks brand new


One of the worries I have with refurbs is the battery life. Batteries only have a certain number of charging cycles before they deplete. A refurb could already have loads of charging cycles used up. Well that’s what I’ve read on the World Wide Web anyway.
Edited by: "riccirus" 22nd Feb
My iPhone 4 works fine ..recharged 2000 times at least
Gone off refurbished mobiles as battery is useless in less than 12 months. Would always now go new if possible. Last x2 mobiles were refurbished...both were replaced before 12 months was up. So refurbished in my opinion is a false economy
Edited by: "ShaneDarch" 22nd Feb
riccirus22nd Feb

Possible £30 cashback from TopCashback if you activate the sim.[Image]


Did this last time and cashback was rejected.
beatchuk15 m ago

Did this last time and cashback was rejected.


I got mine for £219 on black friday, just got cashback paid out.
7day3 h, 58 m ago

My iPhone 4 works fine ..recharged 2000 times at least



I guess everyone will have different experiences. I had to get a new battery on my iPhone 6 after 2 years as it wouldn’t last the journey into work.
Edited by: "riccirus" 22nd Feb
ShaneDarch4 h, 42 m ago

Gone off refurbished mobiles as battery is useless in less than 12 months. …Gone off refurbished mobiles as battery is useless in less than 12 months. Would always now go new if possible. Last x2 mobiles were refurbished...both were replaced before 12 months was up. So refurbished in my opinion is a false economy

Where were the refurbs bought from, and what condition? The couple I've bought from giffgaff and Argos eBay have been excellent.
riccirus5 h, 11 m ago

One of the worries I have with refurbs is the battery life. Batteries only …One of the worries I have with refurbs is the battery life. Batteries only have a certain number of charging cycles before they deplete. A refurb could already have loads of charging cycles used up. Well that’s what I’ve read on the World Wide Web anyway.


I downloaded the Lirum info and looked at the internet reports and somehow the battery was actually at 110% health
slimjimmy2 h, 35 m ago

Where were the refurbs bought from, and what condition? The couple I've …Where were the refurbs bought from, and what condition? The couple I've bought from giffgaff and Argos eBay have been excellent.


S6 edge plus via Samsung (battery needed charging 3 times a day within 10 months) & S7 edge via argos similar story.

Just paid £385 for a new Honor view 10 recently & genuinely delighted with it and blown away by the spec's, battery life & performance. Plus it has a headphone jack socket
Edited by: "ShaneDarch" 22nd Feb
Good price, heat added
7day11 h, 41 m ago

My iPhone 4 works fine ..recharged 2000 times at least



Is that per day?

I remember having to recharge my 4s at least 3 times a day
It’s a shame O2 Refresh deals seem to be dead at the moment, paid £277 for iPhone 7 Like New in June and it’s been excellent with 10 months Apple warranty left at the time.
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trivium13 h, 7 m ago

finally a good price for an iphone


Yeah but you needed to wait till it was obsolete
deleted103252022nd Feb

Yeah but you needed to wait till it was obsolete


It's old (for a phone) but a really good phone for those wanting a small screen. Some people don't want/can't use a large screen phone.
I think you might be able to get it £5 cheaper, if you order a free sim from Giffgaff then activate it with the £5 goody bag. You should be able to use that active sim and not have to buy the £10 one.
Thanks, ordered.
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localgeek17 h, 33 m ago

It's old (for a phone) but a really good phone for those wanting a small …It's old (for a phone) but a really good phone for those wanting a small screen. Some people don't want/can't use a large screen phone.


You mean for children? Or people with very small hands?
I bought the 5s from GiffGaff based on a previous HUKD. This SE is about the same price but more powerful. Gripes about the Apple lock-in aside, this with 32GB is a pocket powerhouse of functionality.
riccirus23rd Feb

I think you might be able to get it £5 cheaper, if you order a free sim …I think you might be able to get it £5 cheaper, if you order a free sim from Giffgaff then activate it with the £5 goody bag. You should be able to use that active sim and not have to buy the £10 one.


Would that mean you could not get the £30 cashback for handset and activating sim?
elliedpm1 h, 8 m ago

Would that mean you could not get the £30 cashback for handset and …Would that mean you could not get the £30 cashback for handset and activating sim?


I believe so. Depends if you want to save £5 now or wait and see if you get the £30 cashback
Voted hot. Ordered tonight thanks.

A good decent priced mobile, crucially small enough to fit in pocket nicely. Not a fan of these new larger screened phones, in fact, passing on my galaxy a5 2017 to my niece because of this.

Some of us use as phone as, well a phone! Not a friendface biocoded smart-transacting picture-studio tv biological appedage! 'Text-walkers' should be shot on sight.
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