P20 pro + £100 flight gift card @ O2. £99.99 up front / £20pm x 24 months = £579.99
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P20 pro + £100 flight gift card @ O2. £99.99 up front / £20pm x 24 months = £579.99

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Found 8th Apr
Huawei P20 128GB Pro Model
99.99£ Upfront
20£ x 24 for the phone
This is 579.99£
Cancel the Contract payoff the phone
Claim the 100£ gift card which brings the phone to 479.99£.

Valid till 9th of May.

I am waiting for an offer on the upfront fee plus hopefully the twilight variant in double sim to order.
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Thanks for posting your first deal @Adrien_Feve - welcome
You can order via online chat might u get 75£ off on upfront if the offer still running
Not so easy to cancel as you have mentioned mate.. Also dont think they would you even allow you toclaim the £100 if you cancel the contract.
I checked the 100£ is a Huawei offer. Not o2 so same as with the Bose headphones.
Think Three have an exclusive on dual SIM. Saw this deal and spoke to live chat but they refused to do any better than the £75 off of the £99 upfront cost and the flight voucher didn’t interest me. So still didn’t feel any better than the Bose headphone offer. Heat added as it’s still a half decent deal
So you confirm the 75£ offer is still running?
For 405 pounds that starts to be really interesting
Whats the 20pm deal cannot see that tariff?
I missed the Bose headphone offer, hoping it comes back.
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The Bose offer was insane. I think this is very good if you really also have 75£ Off via Cs chat.
I missed the Bose one too.
48£ per month of you don't cancel the contract but the plan is to cancel right away within the 14 day period and after paying the phone off.
Adrien_Feve9 m ago

So you confirm the 75£ offer is still running?For 405 pounds that starts …So you confirm the 75£ offer is still running?For 405 pounds that starts to be really interesting


I was on chat literally 2/3 days ago and was offered £75 off the £99 upfront on either the P20 Pro or P20. Didn’t bite because I wanted more given that the Bose offer is no more. Makes it £505 which is still pretty decent, but others have commented that this is about right for this phone and the £799 SIM free is overinflated to account for the Bose giveaway
This is my first post. Do you know why the title was changed to 40£ per month? This is not the case!
Adrien_Feve8th Apr

This is my first post. Do you know why the title was changed to 40£ per …This is my first post. Do you know why the title was changed to 40£ per month? This is not the case!


Cos its misleading.... you only get this price taking out the contract, which is not £20/month. Regardless if you trying to cancel and keep the benefits..
So is this an o2 refresh contract or are you going to get stuck with a 24m contract?
This is well documented on hotukdeals.
With o2 you can:
Pay off the device
Cancel this airtime contract within the 14 day period
If doing this you pay the device 99.99 upfront plus 20£x24
You can then go back to your cheap pay as you go sim plan.
Please help! I can not find the deal of £99 upfront and £20pm for 24 months, nearest I can find is £99 upfront and £48pm for 24 months. Where am I going wrong ?
Edited by: "1more" 8th Apr
1more52 s ago

I can not find the deal of £99 upfront and £20pm for 24 months, nearest I c …I can not find the deal of £99 upfront and £20pm for 24 months, nearest I can find is £99 upfront and £48pm for 24 months. Where am I going wrong ?



Your not..
Adrien_Feve23 m ago

This is well documented on hotukdeals.With o2 you can:Pay off the …This is well documented on hotukdeals.With o2 you can:Pay off the deviceCancel this airtime contract within the 14 day periodIf doing this you pay the device 99.99 upfront plus 20£x24You can then go back to your cheap pay as you go sim plan.


For cheap android tablet, I pass this 3 times, working.

About 15 minutes per device with phone.
1more1 h, 44 m ago

Please help! I can not find the deal of £99 upfront and £20pm for 24 m …Please help! I can not find the deal of £99 upfront and £20pm for 24 months, nearest I can find is £99 upfront and £48pm for 24 months. Where am I going wrong ?


This deal is only interesting if you want to cancel the contract and get the device cheaper than elsewhere. It is indeed 48 per month if you keep the contract which I never intended to do.
Worth to check ee instore, i saw it £499 payg
Thanks op for sharing and welcome
andyntz10 h, 32 m ago

No problem cancelling the airtime contract on the day the phone arrived. …No problem cancelling the airtime contract on the day the phone arrived. Paid of the phone in in full.


What do they ask for the flight vouncher?
@Adrien_Feve is there somewhere that documents the process of cancellation please, don't want to be struck with a 24 month deal.
I assume you order this via web chat,pay the £99.99 upfront & don't let on you are cancelling within 14 days? Is it then a case of calling them once the handset is received and saying I want to cancel and buy out my contract?

Thanks
What to do in more detail (taken from another thread)...

1) Follow the get deal button, purchase the GB and tariff

2) The day you receive your brand new phone & SIM, put the SIM into phone & go to MyO2 (app or website). & from there request your unlock code

3) Next, call 202 from the same SIM as it will make things much easier. Go straight to the 'I want to leave O2' department or similar (could be 'You're thinking of leaving us?' Choose the right option, as that will connect you with the right customer support people much quicker

4) Tell the CS rep you want to pay your device in full and cancel the airtime. They will ask you why. Tell them you don't think the airtime is good value for money, but you want to keep the phone because you think it's outstanding value for money. They will ask you for card details for payment. You give them the details and that's it - they'll process your payment & cancel the airtime for you - this will become effective in about an hour

5) You own the phone from that point on. Assuming you have done this straightaway, there won't be any charges, otherwise you will have to pay as much airtime as you have used

6) Unlock code will come through in about 2 to 48 hours.

In the 1st month they might take the airtime from your bank account through direct debit because they generate the bill the next day you apply for a contract, but this is usually refunded the next month. If not, call them again & request them to refund you. Sometimes, they will not agree no matter what, so be prepared to take the hit on the 1st month.

Many people have taken advantage of refresh offers in the past.

Worth reading about credit checks for these types of deals, & also if you're likely to be applying for credit elsewhere for more important things (home mortgage, etc) in the next few weeks/months. MSE article: Beware split tariff mobile contracts if you're about to apply for credit. Apparently your credit score is affected even if you pay in full when the phone arrives & they agree to cancel the airtime contract without fuss - as you'll be doing in this method.
Why do people put the £ after the number now? I HATE IT!!!!!! £99 NOT 99£ ARGHHHHHH
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