MPD Contract iPhone 6S Vodaphone Unl Calls/Text 6GB 4G £35 pcm + £99.99 for Phone + £63 TCB
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MPD Contract iPhone 6S Vodaphone Unl Calls/Text 6GB 4G £35 pcm + £99.99 for Phone + £63 TCB

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Found 14th Oct 2015
Not for everyone, In my opinion best mobile deal on iphone6s for 6GB 4G Data Contract

£35.00 PM
£99.99 Upfront Cost
Unlimited UK Minutes Anytime Any Network
Unlimited UK Texts
Unlimited UKData for 3 months then 6GB of 4G

Break Down

Total over 24 months £939.99

£63 TopCashBack

Total £876.99 24 Months

Minus £539 for an offline iphone total contract cost £337.99

That works out about £14.09 pm for Line only

If you find a better deal on this please share.

This is all based around TCB calculation. go gentle.
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Can you paste a direct link as not seeing this deal on site
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Pikestar

Can you paste a direct link as not seeing this deal on site


Sorry tried i just cannot copy that link ihave to take the entire page link, i will post a picture of it
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Why is it going cold?
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BKMacC

Why is it going cold?


Haters hating as usual on Apple
abdi12346

Haters hating as usual on Apple



I vote cold because of the 1 year warranty on £870 phone
people talking about the EU and consumer law , this is not warranty and need big fighting and complaints (both apple and O2 refused to fix my phone after 15 months, O2 even said the EU law is not UK law.
matar

I vote cold because of the 1 year warranty on £870 phone people talking … I vote cold because of the 1 year warranty on £870 phone people talking about the EU and consumer law , this is not warranty and need big fighting and complaints (both apple and O2 refused to fix my phone after 15 months, O2 even said the EU law is not UK law.



I would ask to speak to a manager and if they don't help, ask their name and to whom a small claims court summons should be sent to.

UK law allows for more than 1 year.
SomebodE

I would ask to speak to a manager and if they don't help, ask their name … I would ask to speak to a manager and if they don't help, ask their name and to whom a small claims court summons should be sent to.UK law allows for more than 1 year.



I did, this is the reply:
The EU Directives you mentioned are not UK law and we’re within our rights to use our repairs process and the Sale of Goods Act 1979, as our definitive guideline. All iPhones come with a 12 month warranty, after this we are no longer obligated to replace or repair your phone for free. I can confirm we are fully compliant with the Sales of Goods Act. As we have no evidence to suggest you reported a fault with your phone within the warranty period, I’m unable to uphold your complaint.
they even ask me to contact the Ombudsman Service to look at complaint.
16GB and 1 year warranty is not bueno on this. Having to fight with consumer rights for your warranty is hardly a stellar customer service.
Edited by: "neoboy" 15th Oct 2015
matar

I did, this is the reply:The EU Directives you mentioned are not UK law … I did, this is the reply:The EU Directives you mentioned are not UK law and we’re within our rights to use our repairs process and the Sale of Goods Act 1979, as our definitive guideline. All iPhones come with a 12 month warranty, after this we are no longer obligated to replace or repair your phone for free. I can confirm we are fully compliant with the Sales of Goods Act. As we have no evidence to suggest you reported a fault with your phone within the warranty period, I’m unable to uphold your complaint.they even ask me to contact the Ombudsman Service to look at complaint.



It depends on what is wrong with the phone and the advice would be tailored to your circumstance. In any case, this may help...
bbc.co.uk/pro…ded
which.co.uk/con…-do
which.co.uk/con…ack

If it's on a refresh tariff (where the handset has a specific credit agreement), you may be able to claim secion 75 liability via the Financial Ombudsman. See financial-ombudsman.org.uk/pub…tml
matar

I did, this is the reply:The EU Directives you mentioned are not UK law … I did, this is the reply:The EU Directives you mentioned are not UK law and we’re within our rights to use our repairs process and the Sale of Goods Act 1979, as our definitive guideline. All iPhones come with a 12 month warranty, after this we are no longer obligated to replace or repair your phone for free. I can confirm we are fully compliant with the Sales of Goods Act. As we have no evidence to suggest you reported a fault with your phone within the warranty period, I’m unable to uphold your complaint.they even ask me to contact the Ombudsman Service to look at complaint.


o2.co.uk/hel…-ec
pistonheads.com/gas…234
Edited by: "SomebodE" 16th Oct 2015
SomebodE

http://www.o2.co.uk/help/phones-and-devices/eu-directive-1999-44-echttp://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?t=1082234



its all vague. as you need to prove the fault present at time of purchase (why would you leave the phone faulty all that time)
I can provide you the information but I cannot do much about the defeatist approach - it's the sort of thing you have to fight for if you want a result.

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