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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB (Gold/Black) Perfectly fine O2 Refresh deal £371.99 @ O2
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB (Gold/Black) Perfectly fine O2 Refresh deal £371.99 @ O2

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB (Gold/Black) Perfectly fine O2 Refresh deal £371.99 @ O2

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Samsung Galaxy S7 edge- Perfectly fine - Gold

Go for the 1GB deal with £59.99 upfront and £31 monthly

Airtime - £18
Device plan - £13
The phone element of contract is £13/month x 24=£312
plus the £59.99 you paid upfront.
Total - 312 + 59.99 = 371.99

Step by step guide for this deal

1) Follow the get deal button, purchase the £99.99 + £22*24 tariff.

2) Receive your phone and sim card.

3) Put the sim card into your phone and go onto myO2 (app or website) and from there request the unlock code.

4) Call 202 from the same sim card as it will make things much easier, go straight to the I want to leave o2 department or something like that (I think it's thinking of leaving us? Press something) as that will connect you with the right people much quicker.

5) Tell the person 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 a good value for money, but you want to keep the phone because you think it's an outstanding value for money. They will ask you for card details, you tell those details and that's it, they cancel it for you in about an hour.

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

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

56 Comments

1st comment!

Great deal, at least these ones aren't prone to going BANG In your pocket oO

Nice find Vassy. Very detailed and clear information. Heat added.

with the "perfectly fine grading" your much better off paying extra for the argos eBay deal for £418. which is going to be in pretty much new condition
Edited by: "jayman1986" 10th Dec 2016

Original Poster

Baz417

Nice find Vassy. Very detailed and clear information. Heat added.


Cheers Baz..

OP, you've said it is £18pm for the device plan so is it not 24 multiplied by that? Instead of by £13, which you've said is for airtime? Or is it just needing switched in your description?

Just wanted to give a heads up either way.

Original Poster

Rusty82

OP, you've said it is £18pm for the device plan so is it not 24 … OP, you've said it is £18pm for the device plan so is it not 24 multiplied by that? Instead of by £13, which you've said is for airtime? Or is it just needing switched in your description? Just wanted to give a heads up either way.


Thanks. Done it

Original Poster

jayman1986

with the "perfectly fine grading" your much better off paying extra for … with the "perfectly fine grading" your much better off paying extra for the argos eBay deal for £418. which is going to be in pretty much new condition


This deal is better to the Argos eBay you have mentioned for the following reasons.
- Your buying a refurb phone with Accessories are not included e.g. headphones, USB wall charger or screen protectors.
- Item is oos

Edited by: "vassy1" 10th Dec 2016

And this deal will **** your credit rating

This deal has been there for a month in O2 refresh.

It's almost always OOS. But I think the Perfect one (better than Perfectly Fine) is £352 for the edge.

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pawar2k3

This deal has been there for a month in O2 refresh.


Mind sharing the link please? I couldn't find the S7 edge being posted for this price.

and I'm sure they charge airtime and start contract from the day they despatch. That's what the cheeky **** told and charged me. Annoying as I ordered on a Thursday and they despatched Friday for Monday delivery.

does this actually work?

Just be aware they will start charging you airtime so as you order and there's a very good chance they will send a early cancellation charge. They did with me, mine was £360 but a online chat sorted that out and lastly their grading isn't all that what it's cracked upto be. I ordered 'as new perfect' and there was marks on it so I'll be worried about 'perfectly fine'
Edited by: "Hammer2006" 10th Dec 2016

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Four3y3s

does this actually work?


I have done refresh deals 4-5 times by now. It does work.

One man's "perfectly fine" is another man's "wtf do you call this???!!"

vassy4u

I have done refresh deals 4-5 times by now. It does work.



​no I mean will it just be as simple as cancellig the sim i.e. they may dish out charges or not let you keep the phone?

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Four3y3s

​no I mean will it just be as simple as cancellig the sim i.e. they may d … ​no I mean will it just be as simple as cancellig the sim i.e. they may dish out charges or not let you keep the phone?


Well if you follow the steps I have mentioned it would be simple. They have chat facility so you can contact them always.

Four3y3s

​no I mean will it just be as simple as cancellig the sim i.e. they may d … ​no I mean will it just be as simple as cancellig the sim i.e. they may dish out charges or not let you keep the phone?


They often mess up charges, though the system works, you may need to tell them how it works.

good find vassy , heat added

is it not £351.99 if you go for the 5GB data £39.99 upfront, £38.00 a month , Almost perfect 32GB Gold. or am I missing something? thank yuo

Original Poster

zuiglio

is it not £351.99 if you go for the 5GB data £39.99 upfront, £38.00 a mo … is it not £351.99 if you go for the 5GB data £39.99 upfront, £38.00 a month , Almost perfect 32GB Gold. or am I missing something? thank yuo


Its oos..

jun19

And this deal will **** your credit rating



​Please do elaborate?

I have O2 refresh and a 999 credit score. I'd love to know what you are on about spaghetti head.

For some reason O2 are charging more for 'perfectly fine' than 'almost perfect'.

When it's in stock an 'almost perfect' is £352 so that's the better deal if you can wait.

I bought a perfectly fine for my wife and bought almost perfect for myself and my wife's phone was in better condition.
Not saying mine was in terrible condition or anything but had a few more minor marks on it where as my wife's only had one really faint screen on the screen.

It probably makes little difference but just be aware that these come with NO accessories at all. I got this phone off same deal on O2 a few months back and went for the Pristine/like new option and it made no mention of not coming with anything.
It is a good deal all the same.

Original Poster

JIBYC

For some reason O2 are charging more for 'perfectly fine' than 'almost … For some reason O2 are charging more for 'perfectly fine' than 'almost perfect'. When it's in stock an 'almost perfect' is £352 so that's the better deal if you can wait.


When it's in stock probably it would be a better deal. You never know when it would be in stock.

How is this hot? Perfectly fine handsets have a lot of wear and tear on.

Also if you all knew how refresh worked there would be no issues with credit rating. Pay off the device and your refresh contract ends. You don't need to even utter the word 'cancel' to anybody.

Banned

vassy4u

Cheers Baz..



would you have to pay the device in full there and then or can you pay £13 a month

Original Poster

skyarsenal

would you have to pay the device in full there and then or can you pay … would you have to pay the device in full there and then or can you pay £13 a month


In full.

vassy4u

This deal is better to the Argos eBay you have mentioned for the … This deal is better to the Argos eBay you have mentioned for the following reasons.- Your buying a refurb phone with Accessories are not included e.g. headphones, USB wall charger or screen protectors.- Item is oos



​item is in stock in gold.
Look at this on eBay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/351726221793

also o2 don't give you accessories and wall charger either. just phone and USB cable..... read o2's description of "perfectly fine" which is hardly a "refurb" compared to manufacturers refurb at Argos which will be like new. and as someone has mentioned no credit score.

not knocking the deal itself but I was merely pointing out that OVERALL the argos deal is better
Edited by: "jayman1986" 10th Dec 2016

A pain to cancel... went for one of these before. Called to cancel, paid for device, all was confirmed, got charged two more months of bills. Called up and they are saying nothing was cancelled. Canceled again after 40 minutes of fussing about ant a week later I get charged full amount for airtime for 24 months... called again. Had to talk to them for at least half an hour again also had to wait 7 days for a refund. Absolutely disguisting service...

kristalyte

A pain to cancel... went for one of these before. Called to cancel, paid … A pain to cancel... went for one of these before. Called to cancel, paid for device, all was confirmed, got charged two more months of bills. Called up and they are saying nothing was cancelled. Canceled again after 40 minutes of fussing about ant a week later I get charged full amount for airtime for 24 months... called again. Had to talk to them for at least half an hour again also had to wait 7 days for a refund. Absolutely disguisting service...




My wife had the same painful experience

bagga212

My wife had the same painful experience



Same here, still trying to get my money back, it's a good deal if things go well. However more often than not they don't cancel the contract properly and you have to make loads of phonecalls to sort things out.

vassy4u

When it's in stock probably it would be a better deal. You never know … When it's in stock probably it would be a better deal. You never know when it would be in stock.



I picked mine up on Friday.

Any cashback available?

Perfectly fine doesn't give a true honest description does it unless they explain what exactly perfectly fine means on their website. I asked my wife the other night if she minded if I go for a drink with the lads on Christmas Eve. She said that would be perfectly fine and then I found my toothbrush in the toilet.

If I was parting with best part of £400.00 I would want a description that was descriptive. Earlier this year Virgin wanted to send me one of their "as new" phones as a replacement and the girl on the phone went to great length to explain the exact description of "as new" and if I found any marks on it whatsoever I could return it for another. Now that was perfectly fine with me.
Edited by: "Smartguy1" 10th Dec 2016

Original Poster

alcurtis93

Any cashback available?


No

good deal

Original Poster

shug119

good deal


Thanks Shug
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