Samsung S7 Edge 32GB Unlocked Perfectly Fine - £297.99 02 Refresh
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Samsung S7 Edge 32GB Unlocked Perfectly Fine - £297.99 02 Refresh

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Found 23rd Jun 2017
Perfectly Fine Samsung S7 Edge 32gb on 02 refresh.

Gold and Pink Gold in stock at the time of posting.

For anyone who does not know how to buy a phone outright on 02 Refresh, here are the instructions;

1. Scroll down and select Pay for your device in full
2. Select option with £297.99 for the handset and the lowest airtime
3. Place the order
4. When the order arrives call up, pay off the handset price (if you didn't do so already online) and tell02 you want to cancel the airtime.
5. Request an unlocking code for free if it's needed (some phones come unlocked)
6. Cancel the direct debit just incase

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    Voted hot, but I'd pay the extra £20 to get 'almost perfect'. This deal is for 'perfectly fine', which is defined as:

    "Perfectly Fine phones have been a bit more loved, but are still working well.
    They might have superficial scratches on the back, sides and screen but there will be no more than five deep scratches or chips up to 2mm in length. And you'll get a 12 month warranty to put your mind at ease."

    It isn't available unfortuntely.

    You can’t checkout just yet.

    You can try editing your basket below.

    • Part of your order is now out of stock. Remove or replace the marked items below to continue.
    Original Poster
    adaml

    It isn't available unfortuntely.You can’t checkout just yet.You can try e … It isn't available unfortuntely.You can’t checkout just yet.You can try editing your basket below.Part of your order is now out of stock. Remove or replace the marked items below to continue.



    Maybe you are selecting the wrong combination for example the colour is OOS, as I just checked on the Pink Gold (Rose Gold) and it's adding to basket fine.
    Please edit your title. There is no mention of the phone s condition..
    Original Poster
    vassy1

    Please edit your title. There is no mention of the phone s condition..



    Done
    Looks like only pink in stock unless your select perfect condition
    Edited by: "manicmidlander" 23rd Jun 2017
    Baaah got excited. Been checking the black one for last few months
    dark_shadow

    Baaah got excited. Been checking the black one for last few months


    Me too
    Word of warning, did this deal last item it was posted and the o2 refresh team a so inept. Expect a lot of phone calls whilst they cancel your contract but actually dont.

    Got it all sorted but took 3 or 4 phone calls to sort out. From the last thread I wasnt alone in this.
    quick question

    Can i cancel the airtime but pay for the device on a monthly basis? Instead of paying the whole lump sum at once?
    casablancas

    Word of warning, did this deal last item it was posted and the o2 refresh … Word of warning, did this deal last item it was posted and the o2 refresh team a so inept. Expect a lot of phone calls whilst they cancel your contract but actually dont.Got it all sorted but took 3 or 4 phone calls to sort out. From the last thread I wasnt alone in this.



    If you make sure they log it as a 14 day cooling off period cancellation you'll be fine. The first one I did took 6/7 phone calls to resolve, my subsequent two, have gone through fine ... when I reminded them I was within my 14 day calling off period.
    senor_eggnogs

    quick questionCan i cancel the airtime but pay for the device on a … quick questionCan i cancel the airtime but pay for the device on a monthly basis? Instead of paying the whole lump sum at once?



    No, you can only cancel the airtime once the phone has been paid off in full ... or you are within the 14 day cooling off period.
    Love O2 Refresh deals, they seem to be quite rare nowadays, remember last year alone got 4 devices. Still in contract with my iPhone so can't get this. The best out of them all was probably iPhone 5s for £96 last April which had 7 months of Apple warranty and is still going strong.
    if they really valued these phones, they would offer more than the minimum 12 month warranty.

    I wouldnt touch one with a barge pole.
    mattster

    I'd rather do this and works out getting a brand new phone for less than … I'd rather do this and works out getting a brand new phone for less than £270Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Gold - £30 Essential 30GB + AYCE Min (24mths)I heard the batteries aren't great after 12 months so wouldn't get 2nd hand


    I don't understand how the handset works out at approx £270?

    30 * 24 = £720?
    If you like a pink phone then it's in stock!
    mattster

    I'd rather do this and works out getting a brand new phone for less than … I'd rather do this and works out getting a brand new phone for less than £270Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Gold - £30 Essential 30GB + AYCE Min (24mths)I heard the batteries aren't great after 12 months so wouldn't get 2nd hand



    Lucifer_UK

    if they really valued these phones, they would offer more than the … if they really valued these phones, they would offer more than the minimum 12 month warranty.I wouldnt touch one with a barge pole.



    I don't know about Perfectly Fine grade since I have never got anything below Almost Perfect, but Almost Perfect are usually customer returns. All of my devices are still going strong and just sold Galaxy Tab S2 yesterday at a profit a year later.
    Edited by: "iEimis" 23rd Jun 2017
    Cold you can get an LG G6 for that much. Much better phone for your money!
    retro_pie

    Cold you can get an LG G6 for that much. Much better phone for your money!


    From EGlobal and LG that has failed to deal with the G4 bootloops? No thanks
    Can anyone clarify as clearly says 24 month contract even if you pay for device in full, I have even phoned and received the same response that you will be locked in to a contract?
    Original Poster
    shadow1

    Can anyone clarify as clearly says 24 month contract even if you pay for … Can anyone clarify as clearly says 24 month contract even if you pay for device in full, I have even phoned and received the same response that you will be locked in to a contract?



    Follow the instructions above and you will not be tied into any contracts. Once you pay for the device in full you can cancel the airtime (contract) with immediate effect, the same day you receive the handset. Don't forget to request your unlocking code
    good phone s7 and price is good too
    sinxa3 h, 56 m ago

    Maybe you are selecting the wrong combination for example the colour is …Maybe you are selecting the wrong combination for example the colour is OOS, as I just checked on the Pink Gold (Rose Gold) and it's adding to basket fine.


    Yeah that's what it is! I got excited with it being the black phone picture on this listing, but it is indeed OOS.
    If anyone is interested eglobal central have brand new s7 edges for £376.

    Eglobal central seem to have a bad rep on hotukdeals, but I bought one of these a few weeks ago and have had no issues at all.
    When I select pay in full price is £369.99
    lutin

    If anyone is interested eglobal central have brand new s7 edges for … If anyone is interested eglobal central have brand new s7 edges for £376.Eglobal central seem to have a bad rep on hotukdeals, but I bought one of these a few weeks ago and have had no issues at all.



    Probably not UK/EU stock, any warranty issues, and you're on your own.
    Original Poster
    bpcampbell

    When I select pay in full price is £369.99



    Change grade drop down to perfectly fine
    Your text here

    Too many stories like this
    Edited by: "Silver1" 23rd Jun 2017
    I spent 4 hours on and off to get perfectly fine, Gold no luck so far.

    Why don't O2 just take the model out if they do not have the phone in stock!

    Brillaint. I did this last time - worked fine for me.
    Banned
    cool!
    mattster

    I'd rather do this and works out getting a brand new phone for less than … I'd rather do this and works out getting a brand new phone for less than £270Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Gold - £30 Essential 30GB + AYCE Min (24mths)I heard the batteries aren't great after 12 months so wouldn't get 2nd hand


    Clown of the Weekend!
    I am having S7 Edge from O2 refresh close to year now. The phone is about similar price at all time since I got mine. I would strongly suggest look out similar S8 refresh deals.

    Not voting either way as this is not a deal! It is regular price on O2 refresh for last one year for same phone.
    lutin

    If anyone is interested eglobal central have brand new s7 edges for … If anyone is interested eglobal central have brand new s7 edges for £376.Eglobal central seem to have a bad rep on hotukdeals, but I bought one of these a few weeks ago and have had no issues at all.



    ​until you have an issue - good luck
    "They might have superficial scratches on the back, sides and screen but there will be no more than five deep scratches or chips up to 2mm in length." I'm hanging out for an S7, perhaps moreso than an S8, but I still think there are better phones out there for the money than a 1 year old phone that has 5 deep scratches or 2mm chips.
    And I wasted my money paying nearly £200 more than this for a brand new S8...
    me_lee7 h, 33 m ago

    And I wasted my money paying nearly £200 more than this for a brand new …And I wasted my money paying nearly £200 more than this for a brand new S8...


    Could've almost got 2 of these instead!
    Hi guys, What is the condition of those phones? are they in a very used status? do they have scratches on the screen?
    Thanks

    the only colour available is pink that I can see. unless I'm wrong
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