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Samsung Galaxy A20e £138 @ Sky Mobile (£108 after £30 Samsung Cashback)
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Samsung Galaxy A20e £138 @ Sky Mobile (£108 after £30 Samsung Cashback)

£138£168.9718%Sky Digital Deals
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Posted 17th Jun
Existing Sky customers cash in 10GB, 20GB or30GB Piggy bank for £20, £40 or£60 off making it £88, £68 or £48.
New Sky customers £20 TopCashback.

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£99+10 topup atm @vodafone -£30 cashback=£79
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£99+10 topup atm @vodafone -£30 cashback=£79
Am I missing something here?

The retail price shows as £165 where is the £138 final price from?

For this deal, the phone costs you for 12 monrhs, then you swap to another handset, that you pay for on top of an additional £3 remaining from 13-24 months for this handset, even though you don't have it any more.

This also relates to the handset being in acceptable condition. If condition is unacceptable then the price would alter as their resale would be effected.

If you choose to keep the phone at the end of the 12 months you pay the £42 swap fee, and continue to pay £3pm as the original plan.

Have I got that right?

Do they deliberately make it complicated to make their plans seem good value when really if you scratch the surface they're not?
360finder17/06/2019 20:44

Am I missing something here?The retail price shows as £165 where is the …Am I missing something here?The retail price shows as £165 where is the £138 final price from?For this deal, the phone costs you for 12 monrhs, then you swap to another handset, that you pay for on top of an additional £3 remaining from 13-24 months for this handset, even though you don't have it any more.This also relates to the handset being in acceptable condition. If condition is unacceptable then the price would alter as their resale would be effected.If you choose to keep the phone at the end of the 12 months you pay the £42 swap fee, and continue to pay £3pm as the original plan.Have I got that right?Do they deliberately make it complicated to make their plans seem good value when really if you scratch the surface they're not?


This might help.



sky.com/hel…ade
Wilky4317/06/2019 21:10

This might help.https://www.sky.com/help/articles/sky-mobile-upgrade


Ah.

So they pay you the £42 after 12 months if you send the device back. But you continue to pay them £3 a month whether you keep it or not?

Seems like its just easier to buy SIM free whenever possible.
360finder17/06/2019 21:16

Ah.So they pay you the £42 after 12 months if you send the device back. …Ah.So they pay you the £42 after 12 months if you send the device back. But you continue to pay them £3 a month whether you keep it or not?Seems like its just easier to buy SIM free whenever possible.


No the £42 is credit for a new phone contract if you choose to swap after 12 months. You don't have to swap, after 24 months the phone is yours.
Wilky4317/06/2019 21:42

No the £42 is credit for a new phone contract if you choose to swap after …No the £42 is credit for a new phone contract if you choose to swap after 12 months. You don't have to swap, after 24 months the phone is yours.


Yeah. Isn't that what I said?

Never mind. This is why I use simo.
Hmm, any users here? I'm after a new phone for my Mum. Her Wileyfox birthday 's on its last legs.

Do any highstreet operators stock them so I/she can go and have a look at look? She's currently a Sky sim customer so worth a call to retentions do you think, see if there's a deal to be had? Not had any experience of Sky's mobile department, had loads of successes with their TV/broadband
slipd17/06/2019 23:08

Hmm, any users here? I'm after a new phone for my Mum. Her Wileyfox …Hmm, any users here? I'm after a new phone for my Mum. Her Wileyfox birthday 's on its last legs.Do any highstreet operators stock them so I/she can go and have a look at look? She's currently a Sky sim customer so worth a call to retentions do you think, see if there's a deal to be had? Not had any experience of Sky's mobile department, had loads of successes with their TV/broadband


Most shops should have it to look at, what Sky sim plan does she have?
Wilky4317/06/2019 23:28

Most shops should have it to look at, what Sky sim plan does she have?


Cool, I've past the info on. She's got a £5 a month, 500mb sim, literally about to end though. So some leverage maybe?

Thanks.
Edited by: "slipd" 17th Jun
slipd17/06/2019 23:29

Cool, I've past the info on. She's got a £5 a month, 500mb sim, literally …Cool, I've past the info on. She's got a £5 a month, 500mb sim, literally about to end though. So some leverage maybe?Thanks.


Yes see what they offer.
slipd17/06/2019 23:29

Cool, I've past the info on. She's got a £5 a month, 500mb sim, literally …Cool, I've past the info on. She's got a £5 a month, 500mb sim, literally about to end though. So some leverage maybe?Thanks.


Hhmm. I wouldnt imagine a low use contract like that would get much demand for retentions. They usually get their value out of the data consumed.

You could boost her up a notch on tarif. 2gb for £6 and any unused gbs go Inthe piggy bank for money off in future.

The note 5 deal is back in stock at Argos right now (select stores)
360finder17/06/2019 23:34

Hhmm. I wouldnt imagine a low use contract like that would get much demand …Hhmm. I wouldnt imagine a low use contract like that would get much demand for retentions. They usually get their value out of the data consumed. You could boost her up a notch on tarif. 2gb for £6 and any unused gbs go Inthe piggy bank for money off in future.The note 5 deal is back in stock at Argos right now (select stores)


Thanks! Sorry, forgot to say, she also does about £60 a month on the rest of her package... From memory I know that's viewed separately but must count for something right? She's also out of contract on her broadband.

She'd love a Note 5, so would I as a spare. But as with many Chinese manufacturers' lower end models, no NFC. Not a big deal to most but for Ma and I, we couldn't live without
Ordered, only going to cost £58 as I've traded in 20gb data from my piggy bank which dropped the price by a further £50! Cheers op.
Sidney197918/06/2019 11:08

Ordered, only going to cost £58 as I've traded in 20gb data from my piggy …Ordered, only going to cost £58 as I've traded in 20gb data from my piggy bank which dropped the price by a further £50! Cheers op.


Nice thats what i did.
quake.ee17/06/2019 20:56

https://shop.vodafone.co.uk/mShop/pay-as-you-go/samsung-galaxy-a20e-payg/sku206027


No point 1 or 2 week wait and 30 cashback expire on 27th
Shaneee20/06/2019 16:51

No point 1 or 2 week wait and 30 cashback expire on 27th


You actually get it within 2-3 working days. I've ordered on Saturday and received on Tuesday. The only advice is to go to store and ask them for proof of purchase for your Samsung claim because you won't get any receipts in delivery box neither to your email.
Anyone having problems getting Samsung to approve cash back with Sky as they don’t provide a proof of purchase just contract and order confirmation.
Is the A20e on Vodafone unlocked handset?
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