New iPhone 8 Unlocked 64GB Gold/Silver/grey, Year Guarantee Argos Ebay Outlet TODAY ONLY (£604 after Cashback)
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New iPhone 8 Unlocked 64GB Gold/Silver/grey, Year Guarantee Argos Ebay Outlet TODAY ONLY (£604 after Cashback)

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Found 11th Dec 2017Edited by:"geremybritton"
If you visit the Argos Ebay Outlet you can buy a Brand New Apple iPhone 8 (Latest Release) 64GB, unlocked to any network for just £604.00. This is a big saving from the usual price of around £700.00 elsewhere. There are other deals but this seems the best and it is done by going through TopCashBack.
They are offering 10% cashback for ebay purchases (to a maximum of £50.00) PLUS a £5 bonus through them for 'Green Monday' only available today (and must be activated prior to purchase)
You can collect from store or have it delivered to you door for £3.95.You also get a 12 month guarantee thrown in too!
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Great deal, worth adding that TCB are giving £5 as prevoisly listed and 10% on most of Ebay, Argos and many more. A post was put up half an hour ago all about TCB Green Day Discounts but was taken down by the Mods, cant think why???
Cashback is never guaranteed...like I know too often
They are doing the 8 Plus for £759 here and using the same method above, if it pays out, means you will get a £799 phone for £704. Tempted!
John lewis price match gets 2 years warranty but no cash back for John Lewis.
leeanna57 m ago

John lewis price match gets 2 years warranty but no cash back for John …John lewis price match gets 2 years warranty but no cash back for John Lewis.


Don’t think they match eBay
John lewis matches argos yesterday deals.
waiting someone to make deal for iphone X. Friend of mine already has it, so it's nothing to compare
It’s all about the iPhone X! All other iPhones pale into insignificance, I’ll wait for 2018 iPhone X Plus model, that will be the game changer..
leeanna6 h, 27 m ago

John lewis price match gets 2 years warranty but no cash back for John …John lewis price match gets 2 years warranty but no cash back for John Lewis.


John Lewis refused to match it. They claim the Argos Phones lock with with the first sim network.

I’d say they’re talking Cra*p
arcest1 h, 59 m ago

John Lewis refused to match it. They claim the Argos Phones lock with with …John Lewis refused to match it. They claim the Argos Phones lock with with the first sim network. I’d say they’re talking Cra*p


They all do no matter where bought from, but they are sim free out of the box
JoeSpur18 m ago

They all do no matter where bought from, but they are sim free out of the …They all do no matter where bought from, but they are sim free out of the box


That's not entirely true. Purchased direct from Apple, it is entirely SIM Free and does NOT lock to any network. Also, purchased from Carphone Warehouse, iPhones no longer lock to the first SIM (although until recently they used to). Only Network supplied iPhones lock to the first SIM inserted. I am unsure of Argos. However, I would say if sold as SIM Free, it is unlikely that it locks to any network.
I ordered a MacBook Pro on eBay yesterday second hand but didn’t realise topcashback did cashback on eBay.

Is there anything I could do to backdate? Raise a case perhaps?

Sorry I’m not on topic but it’s worth a large amount of cashback if I could get it
JoeSpur9 h, 22 m ago

They all do no matter where bought from, but they are sim free out of the …They all do no matter where bought from, but they are sim free out of the box



I've owned several iPhones and the only time they've been locked to a network is when I bought it from a network store. My iPhone 5, 5S, 6 and 7 were all unlocked and stayed that way for the first, second and third sim.

Personally I believe this was just a marketing myth spread by sales staff to sway a customer in their favour. Not calling you a liar, but I used to in the industry and never came across a phone which was sold as sim free then locked to the first network you connected to. Maybe I'm wrong, but it's definitely not happened since 2012's iPhone 5
jmn160919904 h, 20 m ago

I've owned several iPhones and the only time they've been locked to a …I've owned several iPhones and the only time they've been locked to a network is when I bought it from a network store. My iPhone 5, 5S, 6 and 7 were all unlocked and stayed that way for the first, second and third sim.Personally I believe this was just a marketing myth spread by sales staff to sway a customer in their favour. Not calling you a liar, but I used to in the industry and never came across a phone which was sold as sim free then locked to the first network you connected to. Maybe I'm wrong, but it's definitely not happened since 2012's iPhone 5


Apple themselves used to say it and I guess I believed it. Others have told me the same, and tpol above seems to also be familiar with this. Maybe it was just a marketing myth as you say...
jmn160919908 h, 24 m ago

I've owned several iPhones and the only time they've been locked to a …I've owned several iPhones and the only time they've been locked to a network is when I bought it from a network store. My iPhone 5, 5S, 6 and 7 were all unlocked and stayed that way for the first, second and third sim.Personally I believe this was just a marketing myth spread by sales staff to sway a customer in their favour. Not calling you a liar, but I used to in the industry and never came across a phone which was sold as sim free then locked to the first network you connected to. Maybe I'm wrong, but it's definitely not happened since 2012's iPhone 5


You are right about network iPhones. Similarly, until recently Carphone Warehouse (and possibly some of the sheds) did lock to the first SIM inserted. I know CPW has now stopped this, not sure about the other sheds. So not entirely a myth.
Edited by: "tpol" 12th Dec 2017
Deal finished £699 now
tpol6 h, 31 m ago

You are right about network iPhones. Similarly, until recently Carphone …You are right about network iPhones. Similarly, until recently Carphone Warehouse (and possibly some of the sheds) did lock to the first SIM inserted. I know CPW has now stopped this, not sure about the other sheds. So not entirely a myth.


Did you experience it yourself then? Which model was it with, please? All I ever had was people saying they'd been told it but nobody had tested it.
jmn1609199011 m ago

Did you experience it yourself then? Which model was it with, please? All …Did you experience it yourself then? Which model was it with, please? All I ever had was people saying they'd been told it but nobody had tested it.


I have experienced it with the iPhone 6 that I purchased from the CPW. In fact CPW warehouse used to have a disclaimer stating very clearly that ALL iPhones would lock to the network of the first SIM inserted. This disclaimer no longer exists.

Previously, I cannot remember whether this was a iPhone 4 or 4s, I purchased an iPhone on an Orange contract, knowing that it would lock to their SIM, so I inserted an O2 SIM first where I knew I could get a free unlock as I also had an O2 contract. Sadly, O2 knew the iPhone wasn't part of their inventory and refused to unlock, so I had to send the phone back to Orange.

In the very early days of the iPhone (after the O2 exclusive expired), even Apple supplied phones locked to a particular network (i.e. first SIM). As far as I can remember in those days they did not supply completely SIM free, either it was on contract or PAYG.

I never state facts on here because someone said so. I state them from experience or because I have the information from irrefutable sources.
tpol8 h, 24 m ago

I have experienced it with the iPhone 6 that I purchased from the CPW. In …I have experienced it with the iPhone 6 that I purchased from the CPW. In fact CPW warehouse used to have a disclaimer stating very clearly that ALL iPhones would lock to the network of the first SIM inserted. This disclaimer no longer exists. Previously, I cannot remember whether this was a iPhone 4 or 4s, I purchased an iPhone on an Orange contract, knowing that it would lock to their SIM, so I inserted an O2 SIM first where I knew I could get a free unlock as I also had an O2 contract. Sadly, O2 knew the iPhone wasn't part of their inventory and refused to unlock, so I had to send the phone back to Orange.In the very early days of the iPhone (after the O2 exclusive expired), even Apple supplied phones locked to a particular network (i.e. first SIM). As far as I can remember in those days they did not supply completely SIM free, either it was on contract or PAYG.I never state facts on here because someone said so. I state them from experience or because I have the information from irrefutable sources.



Thanks for the info. I wasn't doubting you, I was just curious which mldel it was.
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