O2 Refresh Iphone 7 32GB Like New £403.99
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O2 Refresh Iphone 7 32GB Like New £403.99

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Found 20th Nov 2017
Hi I recently got a iphone se 64gb through this and it came and had 12 months warranty with apple

So i was looking for my friend and found this

19.99 upfront
16.00 monthly for 24 months
= 403.99 total

Assuming everyone knows to take out the refresh contract and then settle the device plan and cancel asap.

Hope some people can save money.
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    Nice! Only £80 more than it was a couple of months ago before the iPhone 8 came out
    Got mine about six months ago for <£300 from O2 Refresh
    I'm not getting that getting £19.99 up front and £36 a month
    Original Poster
    Was yours 32gb and
    What condition

    Remember they have
    Like New Perfect
    Nearly Perfect
    Perfectly Fine
    Original Poster
    le_jaeger7 m ago

    Got mine about six months ago for <£300 from O2 Refresh

    Was yours 32gb and
    What condition

    Remember they have
    Like New Perfect
    Nearly Perfect
    Perfectly Fine
    Original Poster
    le_jaeger8 m ago

    Got mine about six months ago for <£300 from O2 Refresh


    What condition was your phone
    slate20143 m ago

    What condition was your phone


    Got a perfectly fine one myself for £267, was brand new not a mark on it and will 11.5 months of apple warranty left. Also got 3 SE perfect which were the same and never been actived. What I have seen from other ones we have bought in refresh is the lesser ones normally have less apple warrant like new normally 10 months plus perfectly fine 6 months or less and occasional scratches but last time all were brand new.
    slate20145 m ago

    Was yours 32gb andWhat condition Remember they haveLike New PerfectNearly …Was yours 32gb andWhat condition Remember they haveLike New PerfectNearly PerfectPerfectly Fine



    Hey man, "Nearly perfect" is what I bought. The first one they sent had a faulty volume button. Sent it back and got a "Like new" 128gb as a replacement!

    Keep your eyes peeled, they frequently do way better prices than this.
    Another risky Refresh deal...

    "Assuming everyone knows to take out the refresh contract and then settle the device plan and cancel asap."

    HUKD isn't a closed community yet...

    Really.. I think instructions - and the risks - should be included with every Refresh deal
    JamesSmith1 h, 5 m ago

    Another risky Refresh deal... "Assuming everyone knows to take out the …Another risky Refresh deal... "Assuming everyone knows to take out the refresh contract and then settle the device plan and cancel asap."HUKD isn't a closed community yet...Really.. I think instructions - and the risks - should be included with every Refresh deal


    It is up to you how you deal with the refresh deal though some do keep the contract. There is a process normally on every refresh thread, I wouldn’t suggest anyone looking for a loan or mortgage takes it out though but saying that the changes in credit rating probably happen anyway. We took 2 contracts each and had less than 50 points drop in month one back up to full the following month.
    JamesSmith1 h, 8 m ago

    Another risky Refresh deal... "Assuming everyone knows to take out the …Another risky Refresh deal... "Assuming everyone knows to take out the refresh contract and then settle the device plan and cancel asap."HUKD isn't a closed community yet...Really.. I think instructions - and the risks - should be included with every Refresh deal



    Yes, totally agree. I did a couple of these, followed the process fine, had paid the plan fees, closed the account but O2 mistakenly put a credit default on my file and wrecked my credit rating. It took me a lot of time and effort to get them to reverse it. Nightmare experience.
    eslick9 m ago

    It is up to you how you deal with the refresh deal though some do keep the …It is up to you how you deal with the refresh deal though some do keep the contract. There is a process normally on every refresh thread, I wouldn’t suggest anyone looking for a loan or mortgage takes it out though but saying that the changes in credit rating probably happen anyway. We took 2 contracts each and had less than 50 points drop in month one back up to full the following month.



    mine dropped over 350 points as O2 didnt close my account down correctly and took nearly 9 months to be corrected. All the info on my online account suggested balance was £0 and account was closed. They are not obliged to tell you that a default has been placed on your credit file. Lucky I wasn't moving house or looking for a loan at the time.

    All to save a few £s on a second hand iphone!
    grayslick6 m ago

    mine dropped over 350 points as O2 didnt close my account down correctly …mine dropped over 350 points as O2 didnt close my account down correctly and took nearly 9 months to be corrected. All the info on my online account suggested balance was £0 and account was closed. They are not obliged to tell you that a default has been placed on your credit file. Lucky I wasn't moving house or looking for a loan at the time.All to save a few £s on a second hand iphone!



    yep you do hear stories like that sadly, all I can say is we have now done it 6 times, not one issue except an email to say I hadn't paid my final bill which was sorted straightaway on chat. You do need to keep records of who you talked to and copies of web chat and we also checked our credit reports to ensure they were closed down correctly, which with MSE new service is free and quick.

    Its not really a few quid though we saved about £1100 in total on 4 phones and done right and monitored for some its worth it.
    Anyone know if these are locked to O2?
    Rose-mumof22 h, 34 m ago

    I'm not getting that getting £19.99 up front and £36 a month

    Same here. Can't see it for the price quoted.
    chamblacha14 h, 42 m ago

    Same here. Can't see it for the price quoted.


    You have to put the 36 one in your basket and you'll see the split between airtime and device.
    eslick16 h, 3 m ago

    yep you do hear stories like that sadly, all I can say is we have now done …yep you do hear stories like that sadly, all I can say is we have now done it 6 times, not one issue except an email to say I hadn't paid my final bill which was sorted straightaway on chat. You do need to keep records of who you talked to and copies of web chat and we also checked our credit reports to ensure they were closed down correctly, which with MSE new service is free and quick. Its not really a few quid though we saved about £1100 in total on 4 phones and done right and monitored for some its worth it.

    My account was closed correctly and I monitored it but O2 still raised a default and it took months to get it removed.

    It doesn't matter if you follow the process correctly sometimes O2 raise a default by mistake.
    I should add that if anyone reads this thread and needs help with a scenario like mine please message me as I can share O2 email addresses of the right people to sort it out!
    grayslick2 h, 26 m ago

    I should add that if anyone reads this thread and needs help with a …I should add that if anyone reads this thread and needs help with a scenario like mine please message me as I can share O2 email addresses of the right people to sort it out!

    Not sure how to message you, if you do happen to have details of who to contact could really do with them, been trying to get an black mark removed for a few years with no joy
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