Samsung S6 edge (Like New) Sapphire Black & Platinum Gold 32GB - O2 Refresh - £289.99
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Samsung S6 edge (Like New) Sapphire Black & Platinum Gold 32GB - O2 Refresh - £289.99

£289.99
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Found 5th Sep 2016Made hot 5th Sep 2016
Perfect condition - Sapphire Black and Platinum Gold only

Select the 20GB data tarrif -

£49.99 - Upfront

£10 per month x 24 months

£49.99 + £240 = £289.99

Pay off deal and cancel the airtime.

Like New:

A great range of phones, for less. That's what you get with Like New. Our second hand phones are checked over and securely wiped, so you get a clean slate. If you change your mind, you'll get 14 days to return it just like a new phone.

Step by step guide for this deal

- - -

1) Follow the get deal button, purchase the £49.99 + £40*24 tariff.

2) Receive your brand new 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.

In first 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, don't be scared as this will be refunded the next month, if not, call them again.

Thanks to #tomwatts

79 Comments

Original Poster

http://i67.tinypic.com/3135d7m.png

wonder if this will get as hot as an S7 battery?

whingygit

wonder if this will get as hot as an S7 battery?


Note 7, but good try

JimBobJr

Note 7, but good try


haha ,my mistake!

Samsung do not honour warranty claims if the phone bends, despite claiming it will not.

Heat added

Thanks vassy. Here's the obligatory gif!

http://i.imgur.com/ptadIRN.gif

Used to have an S5, is this phone any better? Didn't get on with the bloatware. Looks nice, but actually useful?

I can only find £40 a month after the £49.99 upfront, no £10!!

mrner01

I can only find £40 a month after the £49.99 upfront, no £10!!



​same here

Original Poster



mrner01

I can only find £40 a month after the £49.99 upfront, no £10!!

mrner01

I can only find £40 a month after the £49.99 upfront, no £10!!


Yes. It breaks down as £10 for device n £30 for plan. See comment 1

Original Poster

herrbz

Used to have an S5, is this phone any better? Didn't get on with the … Used to have an S5, is this phone any better? Didn't get on with the bloatware. Looks nice, but actually useful?


Bloatware is alot less. I have an s6. Love it. Downside s battery but fast charge s there

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mrner01

I can only find £40 a month after the £49.99 upfront, no £10!!

clarkeyi

[quote=mrner01] I can only find £40 a month after the £49.99 upfront, no £ … [quote=mrner01] I can only find £40 a month after the £49.99 upfront, no £10!!


Yes. It breaks down as £10 for device n £30 for plan. See comment 1[/quote
Hi how do u get out of paying airtime? I'm confused please explain to an idiot

abigaillocke908

CommentYes. It breaks down as £10 for device n £30 for plan. See comment 1 … CommentYes. It breaks down as £10 for device n £30 for plan. See comment 1[/quoteHi how do u get out of paying airtime? I'm confused please explain to an idiot



​got it thanks

Original Poster

abigaillocke908

CommentYes. It breaks down as £10 for device n £30 for plan. See comment 1 … CommentYes. It breaks down as £10 for device n £30 for plan. See comment 1[/quoteHi how do u get out of paying airtime? I'm confused please explain to an idiot


Step by step guide for this deal
- - -
1) Follow the get deal button, purchase the £49.99 + £40*24 tariff.
2) Receive your brand new 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.
In first 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, don't be scared as this will be refunded the next month, if not, call them again.
Edited by: "vassy1" 5th Sep 2016

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clarkeyi

​got it thanks



Can you explain to me please

Comment

vassy4u

Step by step guide for this deal- - -1) Follow the get deal button, … Step by step guide for this deal- - -1) Follow the get deal button, purchase the £49.99 + £40*24 tariff. 2) Receive your brand new 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.8) In first 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, don't be scared as this will be refunded the next month, if not, call them again.Many people have taken advantage of refresh offers in the past, myself included. This is a great price for this device if you want it now!



Thank you

Original Poster

abigaillocke908

CommentCan you explain to me please


You pay for the device only once you get. You will be cancelling the airtime

Will they let you still pay the device monthly or does it have to be in full?

Original Poster

abigaillocke908

Will they let you still pay the device monthly or does it have to be in … Will they let you still pay the device monthly or does it have to be in full?


Have to be in full.

pay in full when you opt to cancel

Comment

vassy4u

Have to be in full.




Thank you

Will this work for the 64gb version as well??

whingygit

wonder if this will get as hot as an S7 battery?



​note 7 battery*

Original Poster

girthygareth

Will this work for the 64gb version as well??


It should but the tariff differs..

Why would anyone spend £300 notes on a nearly new secondhand phone...S7 has been here for months now!
Cold!

JimBobJr

Note 7, but good try



As per:

Samsung halts Galaxy Note 7 sales after battery explosions

a.msn.com/r/2…-gb

how do you get to 10 a month x 24 if you click on the 40 p/m tariff?

this or oneplus 3 hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Word of caution: found a nasty surprise in my statement today, early cancellation fee of £571.

They've been quick to say they'll pay it me back (in the next 3 working days) but there's no promise from them to pay any fees incurred.

I'm sure I'm the rare case, but definitely worth keeping an eye out in the month following cancelling the air time contract and paying off the phone.

flashjmp

this or oneplus 3 hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm



​one plus 3 this is near 325

937666

Thanks vassy. Here's the obligatory gif!



X)

Heat added vassy, need a new one, my other one give me a headache...

http://i.giphy.com/Zc3BojOpV6FS8.gif

X)

"Like New", or secondhand as it is more honestly known.

300 for a second hand phone that will probably have some battery degradation.

You can get a refurb s6 on O2 for 235 if you're desperate (they go in and out of stock). Got to be better phones for 300 surely?

not sure why you would go for this over a oneplus 3...

got an s6 for 200 quid 89£ does not justify the edge

Enjoy your wait for Nougat .....

I think it probably saves cost.
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