O2 Refresh iPhone SE 16gb £102 or 64gb £192 (RECONDITIONED)
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O2 Refresh iPhone SE 16gb £102 or 64gb £192 (RECONDITIONED)

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Found 29th Jun 2017
O2 have dropped the price of their iPhone SE on refresh
Means you can get the following:
16gb (perfectly fine) £101.99
£29.99 plus £3 x 24

64gb (perfectly fine) £192
£0 plus £8 x 24

Those of you who are familiar with these refresh deal will know how to obtain these prices

1. Purchase phone and plan
2. Activate phone with SIM (just use on network to receive a call or text) or call 202 for free
3. Request unlock code
4. Pay off device in full
5. Cancel contract (line rental part) with o2 within 14 days

You then have the phone for the above prices.

Just a note that a credit search will be done on you so it may effect your credit rating.


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    Great prices for a great phone (especially with the larger storage).

    but wouldn't touch the O2 Refresh order and cancel faff with a bargepole.
    nitro228

    This will have a negative impact on your credit rating. Might not be a … This will have a negative impact on your credit rating. Might not be a problem for everyone but if you've already got a poor rating or will be applying for finance/mortgage in the next year it's worth bearing in mind.



    How will it have a "negative" impact? Amazes me that it's 2017 and people still don't understand how credit works.
    Edited by: "g8spur" 30th Jun 2017
    This will have a negative impact on your credit rating. Might not be a problem for everyone but if you've already got a poor rating or will be applying for finance/mortgage in the next year it's worth bearing in mind.
    365 Comments
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    Very Good Deal. iPhone SE has 2GB RAM compared to iPhone 5s 1GB RAM.

    16GB Perfectly Fine is £102
    16GB Almost Perfect is £106
    16GB Perfect is £120.
    29th June
    I cant see a plan which is SE 16gb (perfectly fine) £101.99
    £29.99 plus £3 x 24 not on site that above link goes to.

    Edit, 30th June, despite viewing this 'deal' within a short time of posting I can't find
    any tariffs that are £29 initial payment followed by 24 months at £3 a month
    anywhere on the O2 site accessed from the link here.

    For me this is the most frustrating deal ever posted as I want the SE but
    the tariff isn't listed, possibly because it sold out within seconds of
    posting?



    Edited by: "Ralph888" 30th Jun 2017
    What tariff are you choosing and how do you get it to £101.99?
    site has crashed
    rapid111111

    site has crashed



    I know - I was on the final screen of ordering after the credit check. They are £&"" useless as a company!
    Great prices for a great phone (especially with the larger storage).

    but wouldn't touch the O2 Refresh order and cancel faff with a bargepole.
    thanks
    Anyone tried negotiating the tariff down? My contract will be up in august be I'm payng 11£.
    This will have a negative impact on your credit rating. Might not be a problem for everyone but if you've already got a poor rating or will be applying for finance/mortgage in the next year it's worth bearing in mind.
    nitro228

    This will have a negative impact on your credit rating. Might not be a … This will have a negative impact on your credit rating. Might not be a problem for everyone but if you've already got a poor rating or will be applying for finance/mortgage in the next year it's worth bearing in mind.



    How will it have a "negative" impact? Amazes me that it's 2017 and people still don't understand how credit works.
    Edited by: "g8spur" 30th Jun 2017
    I listened to all the nightmare stories and though that wouldn't happen to me. However four phone calls over 3 months, invocation of the direct debit guarantee, and hundreds being taken out of my account without permission means I wouldn't recommend these to anyone. O2 are unable to follow their own process which makes this a nightmare!!
    Would mind trying of these to see how well iOS now integrates with Google apps. Can't believe 16gb without SD upgradability was even produced TBH and £200 is too much for a wee project.
    swayndo

    Would mind trying of these to see how well iOS now integrates with Google … Would mind trying of these to see how well iOS now integrates with Google apps. Can't believe 16gb without SD upgradability was even produced TBH and £200 is too much for a wee project.



    It doesn't have SD so no point even discussing - iPhones don't, Android do if it is important to you. 16gb is £101.99 (£3 per month x24 plus £29.99). on the £22 per month tariff.
    g8spur

    How will it have a "negative" impact? Amazes me that it's 2017 and people … How will it have a "negative" impact? Amazes me that it's 2017 and people still don't understand how credit works.


    I recently switched energy suppliers through uSwitch, and shortly after I received a text from Clearscore informing me that my credit rating had changed. When I checked, I found it had gone down by 11 points simply as a result of the hard search performed by my new supplier (E.on).

    It might not seem like a big deal, but for people whose credit ratings are a bit marginal it could mean the difference between success and failure when applying for a loan.
    I recently purchased one of these 2 months ago, as the phone came in really good condition however they sent me a slightly broke one. It does what few SE phones do and makes random loud static noises every so often and phone calls often won't connect.

    Personally I wouldn't use the O2 "like new" scheme again because I'm stuck with this phone now.
    Great price. I paid almost double this before Christmas for a "perfect" phone on Refresh. The phone looked brand new. However despite following the step by step guide to cancelling as recommended here, I was charged the full amount in one go. It took a couple of phone calls to sort out & a wait of 1 month for the refund.
    Is the SE much of a jump up from the 5C / 5S? Thinking, camera, battery life, speed

    Thanks
    Has this offer expired? Cant see the deal
    Voted hot for those who are not bothered about the deal affecting their credit history as it definitely will.

    And in case O2 screw up the payments, your credit file is completely damaged.
    Rebicar36 m ago

    I recently purchased one of these 2 months ago, as the phone came in …I recently purchased one of these 2 months ago, as the phone came in really good condition however they sent me a slightly broke one. It does what few SE phones do and makes random loud static noises every so often and phone calls often won't connect. Personally I wouldn't use the O2 "like new" scheme again because I'm stuck with this phone now.




    Why didn't you just send it back and get a replacement??
    bellboys

    Why didn't you just send it back and get a replacement??



    Half of us have below average intelligence, that's why.

    Yes o2 have archaic systems, and yes there is a good chance that you will get some billing issues.

    However, for £100 this is in my opinion fantastic value for money.
    Edited by: "peanuted" 30th Jun 2017
    g8spur

    How will it have a "negative" impact? Amazes me that it's 2017 and … How will it have a "negative" impact? Amazes me that it's 2017 and people still don't understand how credit works.



    It will have a negative impact because O2 will conduct a full credit check when you buy it. Whilst having credit available to you is good for your credit score the check itself is seen as a negative, and will normally take a few points off your score. Not necessarily a problem but for some it can mean the difference between getting a mortgage and not.
    Telecommunications are also looked at differently to other outgoings by lenders and those with higher monthly telecoms bills are seen as higher risk by lenders. Not necessarily applicable here, but it will still show as a large payment to a telecoms company which isn't good for a credit score.
    As I said, whilst it will impact the score of everyone who takes one of these deals, it's only an issue for those who already have low scores or have had a lot of searches in a small space of time.
    zermattbusby

    Is the SE much of a jump up from the 5C / 5S? Thinking, camera, battery … Is the SE much of a jump up from the 5C / 5S? Thinking, camera, battery life, speedThanks



    Would like to know this also as would like to buy this for my dad.
    Rebicar

    I recently purchased one of these 2 months ago, as the phone came in … I recently purchased one of these 2 months ago, as the phone came in really good condition however they sent me a slightly broke one. It does what few SE phones do and makes random loud static noises every so often and phone calls often won't connect. Personally I wouldn't use the O2 "like new" scheme again because I'm stuck with this phone now.


    Stuck with it? It's faulty so under warranty get it fixed
    ed1980

    Stuck with it? It's faulty so under warranty get it fixed



    If its out of Apple warranty. Good luck with getting O2 to do anything worthwhile.
    eddibabyyeah

    If its out of Apple warranty. Good luck with getting O2 to do anything … If its out of Apple warranty. Good luck with getting O2 to do anything worthwhile.




    This is why you have statutory rights, my friend.
    zermattbusby2 h, 3 m ago

    Is the SE much of a jump up from the 5C / 5S? Thinking, camera, battery …Is the SE much of a jump up from the 5C / 5S? Thinking, camera, battery life, speedThanks


    G0rdonGekko1 h, 14 m ago

    Would like to know this also as would like to buy this for my dad.


    Faster, better battery life & camera +supports Apple Pay
    trustedreviews.com/opi…-5s


    Edited by: "captainbeaky" 30th Jun 2017
    eddibabyyeah

    If its out of Apple warranty. Good luck with getting O2 to do anything … If its out of Apple warranty. Good luck with getting O2 to do anything worthwhile.



    O2 give a years warranty even on refurbed etc
    how fine is perfectly fine?
    phpandsql

    how fine is perfectly fine?


    Perfectly fine fine
    nitro228

    This will have a negative impact on your credit rating.


    It definitely will.
    I bought the SE last time from O2 Refresh and both credit report sites I use alert me that my score had dropped afterwards.


    Edited by: "Dante4KR" 30th Jun 2017
    Fantastic little phone though.
    Fast and powerful.
    Be aware that 16GB is extremely tight if you want to install anything on it. Though this will possibly be alleviated in iOS 11 which will shove unused apps back up to the cloud.
    What if you choose the option, pay for your device in full? Will this negate the credit problem?
    Rebicar

    I recently purchased one of these 2 months ago, as the phone came in … I recently purchased one of these 2 months ago, as the phone came in really good condition however they sent me a slightly broke one. It does what few SE phones do and makes random loud static noises every so often and phone calls often won't connect. Personally I wouldn't use the O2 "like new" scheme again because I'm stuck with this phone now.



    It comes with a one year warranty
    thanks op. ordered one for wife
    peanuted

    Half of us have below average intelligence, that's why.




    like yourself.

    no I phoned up for a replacement which was refused and was told to get it fixed would mean sending if off for 14 days without a replacement.

    So pipe down.
    Edited by: "Rebicar" 30th Jun 2017
    Do we have to pay off the device plan or can we let it stay as pay monthly? Bit poor ATM!
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