Iphone x 64gb brand new O2 - £799 @ Smartfonestore
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Iphone x 64gb brand new O2 - £799 @ Smartfonestore

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Found 3rd Mar
Brand new iPhone x on o2 for £799
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Heat added. Counting down the months till I have the money to get it
easy to unlock ?
(heat for the deal btw)
Original Poster
gremlin1 m ago

easy to unlock ?(heat for the deal btw)


Not sure i think CEX do it
terry42944 m ago

Not sure i think CEX do it


Cex don’t unlock phones just checked eBay £10.99 unlock
Original Poster
the.porter53 s ago

Cex don’t unlock phones just checked eBay £10.99 unlock


They unlock phones do you mean they don’t unlock iPhones
terry42941 m ago

They unlock phones do you mean they don’t unlock iPhones


I have never known cex to unlock any phones mate
the.porter1 m ago

I have never known cex to unlock any phones mate


cex now unlock and repair phones
but they are over priced for their unlocking services
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ismaildeals1233 m ago

cex now unlock and repair phonesbut they are over priced for their …cex now unlock and repair phonesbut they are over priced for their unlocking services


Agree with that wanted £25 to unlock a note 8
Dolphinzz3rd Mar

Heat added. Counting down the months till I have the money to get it …Heat added. Counting down the months till I have the money to get it



You'd be better off counting the months until Apple make this obsolete (very soon it appears)
Fair enough I never knew that
1 in stock and mobile link? Cold from me.
Great phone, so much hate from the Android fan boys. Worth the £799 just to annoy them
wow thats great deal for not to great phone
Dan_99912 m ago

Great phone, so much hate from the Android fan boys. Worth the £799 just …Great phone, so much hate from the Android fan boys. Worth the £799 just to annoy them



Worth it for the Android boys (i'm not one) to see you buy this phone, then have them laugh in your face as Apple wash their hands off it in a matter of months time
The only legitimate way to unlock an iPhone is via the network that supplied it, who will request the unlock from Apple. O2 policy is to only unlock if the Device Plan side of the contract is fully paid off.

o2.co.uk/hel…ork

Depending on how these were sourced this may or may notapply to these phone too but will be harder to get done as there is no O2 contract for them to check.

Ebay sellers offering unlocking will be relying on someone on the inside putting locks through “on the side”.
Android fan boy here. I'd never buy one, but at least I can't laugh at the price anymore as it's just the same as our flagship phones. Heat added.
Edited by: "reddeviluk" 3rd Mar
Finally an apple product is getting some HEAT !!
OOS now
£800 is still way too much to spend on a smartphone IMHO, when for £300-400 you can now get a brand new phone that does everything extremely well. A premium of £400+ is a lot extra to pay just to have the latest top of the range phone for a year, but each to their own.
Sharpharp2 h, 14 m ago

Worth it for the Android boys (i'm not one) to see you buy this phone, …Worth it for the Android boys (i'm not one) to see you buy this phone, then have them laugh in your face as Apple wash their hands off it in a matter of months time


It will be replaced in September just like every other year.
Im a total android fan boy but i have been very impressed with the Iphone x. Im glad apple are once again innovating rather than recycling...

To all the apple fans that cant justify the price... You have been spending £700-£1000+ through contracts every year for the past 4 years on literally the same phone with a little spec bump and new software. Apple finally create something out of the ordinary and every loses their minds
savvyB5 h, 16 m ago

Finally an apple product is getting some HEAT !!


They all do 🍎🐑
sdman78619 h, 48 m ago

Im a total android fan boy but i have been very impressed with the Iphone …Im a total android fan boy but i have been very impressed with the Iphone x. Im glad apple are once again innovating rather than recycling...To all the apple fans that cant justify the price... You have been spending £700-£1000+ through contracts every year for the past 4 years on literally the same phone with a little spec bump and new software. Apple finally create something out of the ordinary and every loses their minds

The problem is though, whenever people say iPhone X was ridiculously overpriced, Apple fans keep comparing it to the Galaxy Note 8 and say they are just as expensive, but completely disregarding that the latter bundled with lots of accessories and extras, while Apple insisting on charging extra after extra for anything more than the basic package. Also spec wise the iPhone is more comparable to the S8, but Apple is asking for nearly double the money for the X.

It doesn't help neither with Apple basically already eased production on the X with only 3 months after rushing the launch to before Christmas period, despite the product was far from ready (especially the software support and stability). So basically the die hard Apple fans that bought the X essentially pay Apple around £1K and volunteering to be beta tester for their prototype.
Dan_9993rd Mar

It will be replaced in September just like every other year.


No need to upset the android fanboys with facts, especially when lots of android phones are now copying the notch !!
MarineRX1795 h, 5 m ago

The problem is though, whenever people say iPhone X was ridiculously …The problem is though, whenever people say iPhone X was ridiculously overpriced, Apple fans keep comparing it to the Galaxy Note 8 and say they are just as expensive, but completely disregarding that the latter bundled with lots of accessories and extras, while Apple insisting on charging extra after extra for anything more than the basic package. Also spec wise the iPhone is more comparable to the S8, but Apple is asking for nearly double the money for the X.It doesn't help neither with Apple basically already eased production on the X with only 3 months after rushing the launch to before Christmas period, despite the product was far from ready (especially the software support and stability). So basically the die hard Apple fans that bought the X essentially pay Apple around £1K and volunteering to be beta tester for their prototype.


Software support and stability ?!? Mine's been fine with no problems that I am aware of. I guess you are just repeating things you have read on the web with no actual evidence to support it !! I will agree that the X is overpriced though.
konicky18 h, 37 m ago

Software support and stability ?!? Mine's been fine with no problems that …Software support and stability ?!? Mine's been fine with no problems that I am aware of. I guess you are just repeating things you have read on the web with no actual evidence to support it !! I will agree that the X is overpriced though.

I made that comment regarding stability/reliability based on 3 people that I personally know, whom upgrade to the X from their iPhone 7, iPhone 6S and after spending £1000 and what they got was a more frustrating experience comparing to their old phone, from signal issue to wifi struggling to connect and maintaining connection, to GPS not tracking accurately with precision. Guess you are just fortunate nothing is wrong with your unit, or may be you didn't get yours during launch month.

I mean after spending £1000, they should be rewarded with improved experience comparing to their old iPhone, not pulling their hair out having to jumping through hoops to going around various issues, and put up with a worse experience than their old phone, just because the X was Apple latest expensive shiny device.

That FACT was that the X WAS rushed into production, and to the shelf for sale earlier than originally planned launch in 2018 (when the phone was announced back in September last year, it still wasn't in full production yet), and that led to various issues such as poor QC and the phone being sold with software not being fully ready and fine-toned.

Let's hope it doesn't become a standard practise for Apple with the "sell first, fix later" approach, similar to what's widely employed by large publishers in the game industry.
Edited by: "MarineRX179" 5th Mar
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