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New Huawei P30 Pro 128GB On O2 Refresh + Huawei Watch GT £580.50 @ O2
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New Huawei P30 Pro 128GB On O2 Refresh + Huawei Watch GT £580.50 @ O2

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Posted 4th Jul

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Another refresh deal, this time getting a P30 pro for £580, as soon as you recieve the phone, and your first bill, ring up and cancel the airtime part.

Don't forget if there are any big credit purchases como g up, you may want to stave off this for the time being, it would be silly to take this out when you have something like a mortgage coming up.

Click on pay off device in full, then you'll choose the cheapest package (1gb) and proceed to purchase.

Claim the huawei watch GT as well with this deal, all you need is the IMEI of the phone and date of purchase.



Play, watch, browse and listen for longer, with the P30 Pro’s massive 4200 mAh battery. The quad camera will take your photo skills to the next level. And with a 6.47 inch display you’ll be able to see every little detail.
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Used your o2 refresh trick about a year ago to grab a Huawei phone for like £80!

Managed to get £75 off as well with live chat. Just said that there was a similar offer from three but they offered me 100gb instead but wanted to be able to pay for my handset upfront with o2 instead and asked to see if they could do anything. Straight up £75 off. Was given a special discount code via email from the live chat.

Brand new P30 Pro with a GT watch for £505. Passing on my P20 pro to the misses and now we can both live the USB C dream (and I can finally have wireless charging). Only shame is single sim slot, would have been utter lava hot if that was the case. A shame the GT watch isn't selling for much but I kinda want to keep it anyway

Big thanks Mr Switch! Absolute king of phone deals!

NOTE: Last time I did this, I forgot to cancel the direct debit I had to set up for it and they took a months money off me, but a call later and they refunded it as the simcard was never activated! So just remember to cancel that as well as calling them.

£75 Discount, how to: Just tried this in the live chat as another person, if you say you were talking to someone called "Isha" and the chat cut out. Say you were given the P30 Pro as an upfront payment of £580.50 with the 20gb data deal and you were given a £75 discount, so can you reconnect with that person. You won't be able to and the person in chat should just give you the £75 discount. If that doesn't work, just quit and talk to someone else.
Edited by: "gradyoactive" 4th Jul
Hot, love the zoom on the camera
Hi All,

For those new to it or haven't attempted the O2 Refresh procedures in a while (like myself).

I think it's worth noting that you may have to be very clear with the agent/advisor on the phone.

I rang up and said I want to cancel my airtime and the advisor put me through to retentions, who were going to process the cancellations, untill I questioned the 30 day period and mentioned the 14 day cooling to which that advisor then realised and said he would pass me back to the other advisor as the 30 day cancellation would mean paying the rest of the airtime in full (which nobody wants and I hope I don't get a bill, he did say he has cancelled my cancellation). The line cut off and I rang again this time I provided more information by telling them that I had only taken an O2 Refresh yesterday and paid the device off in full and want to cancel the airtime, to which the advisor processed and said the number would be disconnected in 24 hours.

Hope this information helps others.
abubakr9305/07/2019 11:00

@anyone who has tried this, have you been told you have to pay the first …@anyone who has tried this, have you been told you have to pay the first months amount even if you cancel without usage/activation? I have tried a refresh deal in the past (a while back) and was told you have to pay the first months and they can't waiver that


I know there are many who have been told they must pay the first months payment and others who have been told they must return the handset, and still more who have been charged a small amount for the time they used it and others who have noticed a huge charge on the Direct Debit due to being charged the full 'termination fee' i.e. the remainder of the contract, and I expect to see similar posts here in the coming weeks.

However, the Refresh Terms & Conditions are very clear and allow the customer to cancel the airtime agreement (i.e. the Credit Agreement) whilst keeping the handset which if your followed @Mrswitch instructions you fully paid for upfront.

The O2 Refresh Device Plan Credit Agreement (CCA) terms and conditions state:

9. Right of Withdrawal/“Cooling-Off”
9.1 You have the right to withdraw from the Credit Agreement, without giving any reason, before the end of 14 days beginning with the day after the day on which this Credit Agreement is made; or (if later) when you receive the Device. The right you have to withdraw from this Credit Agreement does not affect your agreement for the purchase of the Device (which is governed by the Pay Monthly Mobile Agreement (including the Equipment Agreement)).

See: O2 Refresh Device Plan Credit Agreement (CCA) terms and conditions

For more information and discussion about O2 Refresh and how their Customer Service staff constantly give false information read through this HotUKDeals threadif you can bare it.
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Hot, love the zoom on the camera
Do you order the watch at the same time or put in a claim once the phone has arrived?
Ps. Great Deal!
HOT! I want the 512GB version. Damn them for not having it.
spinach_pie04/07/2019 11:47

HOT! I want the 512GB version. Damn them for not having it.


Yeah, that's a shame, by these calculations it would have been around £799
FYI - I think O2 unlock straight away when you call them.
Gutted the 02 payment system won't take my card, problem with being with a challenger bank is they issue mastercard debit cards which aren't always accepted.
Just spoke to O2 on the chat and have been offered a further £75 discount off the device if i take the 20gb plan so its worth checking.
"...as soon as you recieve the phone, and your first bill..."

Approx how long does the first bill take to arrive please?

Not going to purchase a refresh deal now, but for future reference.
Crossbow04/07/2019 12:32

"...as soon as you recieve the phone, and your first bill..."Approx how …"...as soon as you recieve the phone, and your first bill..."Approx how long does the first bill take to arrive please?Not going to purchase a refresh deal now, but for future reference.


Next day or up to a week.
Is it me...? I can't see the option to pay off in full....?? And are you suggesting cancelling the airtime part of the bill so you can find a cheaper sim elsewhere??

Ta!
Rep on the chat says the Huawei P30 pro is already unlocked too.
Ginger_j04/07/2019 12:33

Is it me...? I can't see the option to pay off in full....?? And are you …Is it me...? I can't see the option to pay off in full....?? And are you suggesting cancelling the airtime part of the bill so you can find a cheaper sim elsewhere??Ta!



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I am not with 02 at the moment, how accessible is this deal for me?
Superunknown9504/07/2019 12:37

I am not with 02 at the moment, how accessible is this deal for me?


It is available to you!
I can click and collect and get it today. Reckon if I do that I can cancel the airtime contract in store?
secondarymotor04/07/2019 12:44

I can click and collect and get it today. Reckon if I do that I can cancel …I can click and collect and get it today. Reckon if I do that I can cancel the airtime contract in store?


No idea tbh
OK but shouldn't be any issue cancelling airtime if using click and collect vs normal delivery?

Thanks for the post!
secondarymotor04/07/2019 12:44

I can click and collect and get it today. Reckon if I do that I can cancel …I can click and collect and get it today. Reckon if I do that I can cancel the airtime contract in store?


As purchased online, most likely no I'd say, but worth a try. Please let us know if you tried & what the outcome was.
Edited by: "Crossbow" 4th Jul
MrSwitch04/07/2019 12:35

[Image] And yes basically


Found it! Thank you!!!

Got any good ideas for cheap sim's then?!!

Does o2 accept paypal credit?:)
MrSwitch04/07/2019 12:40

It is available to you!



If I cancel the airtime plan, can I just leave the pay monthly for the phone on and essentially pay the £580.50 over a 36 month period or must it be paid upfront? thanks for your prompt replies!
Superunknown9504/07/2019 13:03

If I cancel the airtime plan, can I just leave the pay monthly for the …If I cancel the airtime plan, can I just leave the pay monthly for the phone on and essentially pay the £580.50 over a 36 month period or must it be paid upfront? thanks for your prompt replies!


I don't know the answer to that, but at a guess no, as you have to pay for the device in full
And also, do you have to pay any penalties for cancelling the contract so soon?
Beetlejuicebj04/07/2019 13:06

And also, do you have to pay any penalties for cancelling the contract so …And also, do you have to pay any penalties for cancelling the contract so soon?


Unsure kn the PayPal credit, and no penalties.
Superunknown9504/07/2019 13:03

If I cancel the airtime plan, can I just leave the pay monthly for the …If I cancel the airtime plan, can I just leave the pay monthly for the phone on and essentially pay the £580.50 over a 36 month period or must it be paid upfront? thanks for your prompt replies!


No, you cannot do that. Must be paid upfront. Monthly payments only work if you retain both airtime & device plans.
Beetlejuicebj04/07/2019 13:06

And also, do you have to pay any penalties for cancelling the contract so …And also, do you have to pay any penalties for cancelling the contract so soon?


Not in monetary terms, but your credit file gets affected for a while. So not wise if you'll also be applying for a mortgage or credit card, etc in the next 6 months.
Tempted by this. Desperate for a new phone, was going to wait for the Honor 20 Pro, or M9T Pro, but I know this is a super deal. Can O2 be funny about you cancelling the airtime part? (ie demanding the phone back too?) What do you say if they ask why you want to cancel?

Thanks for all the great deals Mrswitch!
dannyboy2004/07/2019 13:12

Tempted by this. Desperate for a new phone, was going to wait for the …Tempted by this. Desperate for a new phone, was going to wait for the Honor 20 Pro, or M9T Pro, but I know this is a super deal. Can O2 be funny about you cancelling the airtime part? (ie demanding the phone back too?) What do you say if they ask why you want to cancel?Thanks for all the great deals Mrswitch!


No they won't demand it back, and no they are fine with it, live chat them, as they generally give you £75 off again.
MrSwitch04/07/2019 13:13

No they won't demand it back, and no they are fine with it, live chat …No they won't demand it back, and no they are fine with it, live chat them, as they generally give you £75 off again.



£75 off the up front handset cost or is it a bill credit?
Crossbow04/07/2019 13:08

No, you cannot do that. Must be paid upfront. Monthly payments only work …No, you cannot do that. Must be paid upfront. Monthly payments only work if you retain both airtime & device plans.


Thanks for confirming!
Only thing putting me off the P30 pro is I've just realised they don't take a microSD card and with 128gb internal storage I would need to fork out another £60-90 for a 128gb nano card :/
Gstar200604/07/2019 13:16

£75 off the up front handset cost or is it a bill credit?


Off the upfront I'm led to believe
Just placed my order and can confirm £75 off the upfront price of the phone.
Oops hit cold by mistake, sorry
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