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Like new Huawei Mate 20 Pro for £332 Refresh @ O2
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Like new Huawei Mate 20 Pro for £332 Refresh @ O2

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Posted 15th Aug

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Get the most from your phone, wherever you are, with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro Like New. It's got a Leica Triple Camera to help you get the perfect shot, and it's easy to unlock with your fingerprint or face.

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  • 40 megapixel camera
  • Upto 25 Hours
  • Weighs 189g
  • 6.39 inch screen

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Only issue is dent credit history!
BananaMannn15/08/2019 11:12

How so?


You will have to get a sim + phone contract.. which will take down your score even though you cancel it within the cooling period and pay for device in full. Had same issue last year when a friend bought iPhone X through my bank card!!
rashk15/08/2019 11:12

Only issue is dent credit history!


I'd refer to a comment from a previous but related deal note, so accepting it is out of context in a sense but....: "depends what you think you're going to 'use' your credit score for, unless you're going for a mortgage or loan in next few months then 1 credit search wouldn't worry me, and if it is a concern then of course think about it. But considering this is a 'like new' phone for considerably less than say £XXXretail new, then I would think that is good value to have a search on my score. Lets be clear having a search on your credit score is not a 'bad' or 'negative' thing that depends upon other aspects of your score and how the bank or finance company views that, plus your 'score' is of 0 value if you never use it, and I would rather save money (for me a large amount) on a deal than have a possible impact on a score I am not going to otherwise use for years."
Edited by: "45ure" 15th Aug
45ure15/08/2019 11:21

I'd refer to a comment from a previous but related deal note, so accepting …I'd refer to a comment from a previous but related deal note, so accepting i is out of context in a sense but....: "depends what you think you're going to 'use' your credit score for, unless you're going for a mortgage or loan in next few months then 1 credit search wouldn't worry me, and if it is a concern then of course think about it. But considering this is a 'like new' phone for considerably less than say £399 retail new, then I would think that is good value to have a search on my score. Lets be clear having a search on your credit score is not a 'bad' or 'negative' thing that depends upon other aspects of your score and how the bank or finance company views that, plus your 'score' is of 0 value if you never use it, and I would rather save money (for me a large amount) on a deal than have a possible impact on a score I am not going to otherwise use for years."


Exactly, these deals are good. But yes people should be aware about consequences both in terms of savings and credit history dent!
Are Huawei not getting kicked from android?
Zaphod9915/08/2019 11:42

Are Huawei not getting kicked from android?


Again from an earlier deal discussion but hopefully it helps " Trump is adopting a negotiating position nothing more, and at present Huawei P20 (and others P30, Mate 20 etc) will at least get the next Android update (already available in Beta for Mate 20 Pro) beyond that who knows, but in effect what we're saying is in approx 2+ years time this phone may be on N-1 version of Android, personally that's no big deal for me at this price point."
rashk15/08/2019 11:24

Exactly, these deals are good. But yes people should be aware about …Exactly, these deals are good. But yes people should be aware about consequences both in terms of savings and credit history dent!


The saving you get with O2 Refresh is often outweighed by having to bang your head with O2’s remarkably bad customer service who say one thing and do another - have they really cancelled your airtime? Who knows! I’d rather buy it SIM free from Giff Gaff in the other deal for a little more. I guess it depends how much you value your time, if you have lots of spare time to deal with and micro-manage them, then it’s probably ok.
plewis0015/08/2019 14:20

The saving you get with O2 Refresh is often outweighed by having to bang …The saving you get with O2 Refresh is often outweighed by having to bang your head with O2’s remarkably bad customer service who say one thing and do another - have they really cancelled your airtime? Who knows! I’d rather buy it SIM free from Giff Gaff in the other deal for a little more. I guess it depends how much you value your time, if you have lots of spare time to deal with and micro-manage them, then it’s probably ok.

As long as you go on o2 chat. Get everything cancelled and its clear in the message all you have to do is get a copy of the chat sent to your email rather than speaking over the phone. N that's your proof to cancel. I bought a like new. Mint condition. I already have headphones and USB c to 3. 5mm jack and bought a refurbished original charger from amazon for a tenner which has 12 month warranty
habz9415/08/2019 18:08

As long as you go on o2 chat. Get everything cancelled and its clear in …As long as you go on o2 chat. Get everything cancelled and its clear in the message all you have to do is get a copy of the chat sent to your email rather than speaking over the phone. N that's your proof to cancel. I bought a like new. Mint condition. I already have headphones and USB c to 3. 5mm jack and bought a refurbished original charger from amazon for a tenner which has 12 month warranty


I'm not saying you can't have a good experience, I'm saying I've seen too many people have bad experiences and I value my time too much to bang my head against a wall with O2. I mean I had to put up with them telling me service was fine in my area for 12 months when it had literally fallen off a cliff in 2018 and getting sub-1Mbit speeds. And before that when they disconnected me on Christmas Day for not paying a bill they later admitted they'd forgot to send me and totally miscalculated (somehow instead of £25 it was £422...). They are pretty much the absolute worst network in the UK for performance and customer service.
plewis0015/08/2019 18:12

I'm not saying you can't have a good experience, I'm saying I've seen too …I'm not saying you can't have a good experience, I'm saying I've seen too many people have bad experiences and I value my time too much to bang my head against a wall with O2. I mean I had to put up with them telling me service was fine in my area for 12 months when it had literally fallen off a cliff in 2018 and getting sub-1Mbit speeds. And before that when they disconnected me on Christmas Day for not paying a bill they later admitted they'd forgot to send me and totally miscalculated (somehow instead of £25 it was £422...). They are pretty much the absolute worst network in the UK for performance and customer service.


Talk about bad experience!! I would run a mile from them if that happened to me.
habz9415/08/2019 20:15

Talk about bad experience!! I would run a mile from them if that happened …Talk about bad experience!! I would run a mile from them if that happened to me.


In my defence, I gave them ample chance to fix it and I even went back to them from Vodafone a couple of years ago. But it was hands down my worst experience I’ve ever had with a network, I even went to the ombudsman and rather than try to address my network issues, they spent more time and money trying to prove that they were giving me acceptable service. Given how far behind they are with 4G, I think they’ll get crushed when 5G launches...
How is the camera on this, better than P20 pro?
MariusLT8916/08/2019 06:57

How is the camera on this, better than P20 pro?


it just is - just google it there are plenty or review comparisons and there's far too much info to tell you, such as they get rid of the monochrome etc, to be fair the P 30 is better still, and no doubt the mate 30 pro next month will top that - its how it works.
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