Oneplus 3t 64gb like new £267.99 O2 refresh
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Oneplus 3t 64gb like new £267.99 O2 refresh

£267.99
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Found 23rd FebMade hot 23rd Feb
To get this price you need to select the 500mb with £99.99 upfront tariff. Then pay the 24 x £7 and cancel the airtime. Handset comes unlocked. Price has just been updated as tariff has now been reduced.

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Is 'like new' aka new?

lucifon

Is 'like new' aka new?



​mint condition

Original Poster

all the like news I've had have been immaculate but will come in a plain box with just a charge cable.

What about the 128GB version?

Original Poster

Crosshash

What about the 128GB version?



​no option yet for 128gb just 64gb

It seems it is £321.99 now??

Anyone know the cheapest place to get a Oneplus 3t brand new? I've only found them at retail price (so £399).

Where and how can you just cancel the airtime plan?

It says Duration of credit agreement 24 months

e4kenndr

Where and how can you just cancel the airtime plan?It says Duration of … Where and how can you just cancel the airtime plan?It says Duration of credit agreement 24 months


service.o2.co.uk/IQ/…ion,question=ref(User):str(Mobile),CASE=21629

alladin

http://service.o2.co.uk/IQ/SRVS/CGI-BIN/WEBCGI.EXE?New,Kb=Companion,question=ref(User):str(Mobile),CASE=21629


Blimy, wasn't expecting that! V tempted now!

Thanks for the reply. Appreciate it

if I could vote hot on the HUKD app, I would. is this worth an upgrade from a nexus 5x?

Quite tempted as the battery on my galaxy s6 sucks so bad. Did have the oneplus one but moved away since.

Don't think it'd be that much of an improvement performance wise against my s6 but I bet the battery is better!

Don't mean to be picky, but the price should be £315.99
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I don't think you will get the dash charger as they only give usb cable and phone for referbs
Edited by: "ssjinzo" 23rd Feb

ssjinzo

I don't think you will get the dash charger as they only give usb cable … I don't think you will get the dash charger as they only give usb cable and phone for referbs



Agreed but for information I charge my OP3 using a QC3 charger as well and the charging time is still very reasonable.

Great phone but seems OnePlus have been caught benchmark cheating - so potentially not quite as good as everyone thought and not a massive speed gain over the normal 3! OnePlus 4 is due anytime soon, we may hear something at MWC.

xda-developers.com/ben…it/

cutthroat_jake

Don't mean to be picky, but the price should be £315.99



Just need a clarification, isn't the price for just the device is the "Device Cash Price" which is £321.99, when buying the device and cancelling airtime?

And if taking it out on the contract with airtime, then the price you pay at the end of the contract for the device is £315.99?

The joys of cancelling the refresh deal oO Hassle at it's very best.

Do they require you to give 30 days notice for cancelling the airtime contract?

Scorpion

Anyone know the cheapest place to get a Oneplus 3t brand new? I've only … Anyone know the cheapest place to get a Oneplus 3t brand new? I've only found them at retail price (so £399).


If you got address in Europe then it's cheaper to order this way. Mind you, you'd have to use credit card with no international fees. This way 128gb cost £407. I plan to order mine to Poland and then fetch it when on holidays.

Scorpion

Anyone know the cheapest place to get a Oneplus 3t brand new? I've only … Anyone know the cheapest place to get a Oneplus 3t brand new? I've only found them at retail price (so £399).



​I'm not sure about SIM free but I got my OnePlus 3T on contract through o2 chat. I got the 128gb plan with £90 upfront + £28 per month (for the 500mb plan) for £80 upfront and £26 a month.

I love my 3T, i went of the 128Gb version, my previous phone was the Note 3, I prefer the 3T to the Note 3. This seem a good deal OP, have some heat.

radiohead9999

I love my 3T, i went of the 128Gb version, my previous phone was the … I love my 3T, i went of the 128Gb version, my previous phone was the Note 3, I prefer the 3T to the Note 3. This seem a good deal OP, have some heat.


I will be moving from note 3 (Samsung) - do you miss anything from note?

Is there going to be dash charger available with the 'like new' phone? any cons of not having the dash charger with the phone ? Also, what sort of condition can we expect when they say 'Like new'? Quite tempted by this !!!

battlefield1706

Is there going to be dash charger available with the 'like new' phone? … Is there going to be dash charger available with the 'like new' phone? any cons of not having the dash charger with the phone ? Also, what sort of condition can we expect when they say 'Like new'? Quite tempted by this !!!



No, this will come in an O2 box with just a cable. There will be no other original accessories

Original Poster

battlefield1706

Is there going to be dash charger available with the 'like new' phone? … Is there going to be dash charger available with the 'like new' phone? any cons of not having the dash charger with the phone ? Also, what sort of condition can we expect when they say 'Like new'? Quite tempted by this !!!



​probably no dash charger but phone will be mint/new condition

Good price, Heat added. I'd wait a week or so til after mwc though,a lot of new phones will be announced

alladin

Just need a clarification, isn't the price for just the device is the … Just need a clarification, isn't the price for just the device is the "Device Cash Price" which is £321.99, when buying the device and cancelling airtime? And if taking it out on the contract with airtime, then the price you pay at the end of the contract for the device is £315.99?


Yes, you're mostly right, but you can save a few £ by going the contract route then cancelling on day one.

Expired? Says the monthly cost is £23 for me

Besides once you've ordered the dash charger the savings are reduced to £52 over buying new
Edited by: "OFI" 23rd Feb

OFI

Expired? Says the monthly cost is £23 for meBesides once you've ordered … Expired? Says the monthly cost is £23 for meBesides once you've ordered the dash charger the savings are reduced to £52 over buying new



You'll also lose a significant amount in resale value with no original box or accessories, if that matters to you. If you're not bothered about the charger and bits and plan to keep this for a long while (and don't mind the likely hassle of having to ring O2 when you get overcharged for the buyout) then it's a decent saving.

bednim

I will be moving from note 3 (Samsung) - do you miss anything from note?


Nothing at all, my voice signal is much better and the 4G coverage has improved too. (I stayed with Vodafone, so i can make a direct comparison). The Dash Charge feature is excellent and it is a really responsive phone. I did use the stylus, but I just use the note program now, which is fine.

OFI

Expired? Says the monthly cost is £23 for me



Still on for me with any of the 5 upfront £99.99 options - e.g. the 20GB data deal - the airtime can be cancelled once you pay off the device plan in full:

£99.99 + £0 x24 [cancelled Airtime] + £9 x24 [device plan paid off] = £315.99

OFI

Besides once you've ordered the dash charger the savings are reduced to … Besides once you've ordered the dash charger the savings are reduced to £52 over buying new



Any £10 Quick Charger will do the job - in other words, you don't need to buy a £40 one (_;)
amazon.co.uk/Qui…6G/
Edited by: "Crossbow" 23rd Feb

OFI

Expired? Says the monthly cost is £23 for me

OFI

Besides once you've ordered the dash charger the savings are reduced to … Besides once you've ordered the dash charger the savings are reduced to £52 over buying new



​Are u sure it supports quick charging 3.0, to the best of my knowledge it works the same as any 5v 2a charger and wouldn't benefit form qc 3.0.

fahed2000

​Are u sure it supports quick charging 3.0, to the best of my knowledge i … ​Are u sure it supports quick charging 3.0, to the best of my knowledge it works the same as any 5v 2a charger and wouldn't benefit form qc 3.0.



No it doesn't. It supports Dash Charging so you'll need the charger I mentioned above unless you're happy losing one of its best features.

fahed2000

​Are u sure it supports quick charging 3.0, to the best of my knowledge i … ​Are u sure it supports quick charging 3.0, to the best of my knowledge it works the same as any 5v 2a charger and wouldn't benefit form qc 3.0.



You're righ, the official OP Dash charger will be better, but my point was any charger will work fine.

Doesn't this end in tears, with a stonking bill at the end of the month out of 02's hands, that takes months to claim back? There's a misc thread I read recently??

mxer450

Doesn't this end in tears, with a stonking bill at the end of the month … Doesn't this end in tears, with a stonking bill at the end of the month out of 02's hands, that takes months to claim back? There's a misc thread I read recently??



​not at all. done it 3 times now, no issues. Pay off device one day, airtime next day. That order-no probs and easy.

Rich069

​not at all. done it 3 times now, no issues. Pay off device one day, a … ​not at all. done it 3 times now, no issues. Pay off device one day, airtime next day. That order-no probs and easy.



He / she is right - some people (a small minority) have had those problems, but O2 have always resolved/refunded them without a fuss.

Also, this kind of deal may not be a good idea if you're applying for credit elsewhere with more important things - worth a read: Beware split tariff mobile contracts if you're about to apply for credit

The gist: "If you're planning to buy a latest model phone from O2, be aware that you'll actually be taking out a loan for the handset, which will appear on your credit file and could impact your ability to get credit elsewhere."

Crossbow

He / she is right - some people (a small minority) have had those … He / she is right - some people (a small minority) have had those problems, but O2 have always resolved/refunded them without a fuss.Also, this kind of deal may not be a good idea if you're applying for credit elsewhere with more important things - worth a read: Beware split tariff mobile contracts if you're about to apply for creditThe gist: "If you're planning to buy a latest model phone from O2, be aware that you'll actually be taking out a loan for the handset, which will appear on your credit file and could impact your ability to get credit elsewhere."



​Because they probably didnt do it in the right order, or leave a gap between doing the 2 things. As for the credit agreement, wouldnt paying it off in full or at least each month on time work in their favour as good creditors? Maybe only a negative if the outstanding amount effected their ability to borrow more if on a low income?

How does one go about in getting the cash price £321.99? I cannot seem to find it on the site.
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