Unlocked IPhone 8 £50 off - £649 at Giffgaff until December 21st
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Unlocked IPhone 8 £50 off - £649 at Giffgaff until December 21st

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Found 15th Dec 2017
2855614.jpgFestive sale ends midnight 21st Dec.We reckon these phones would look cracking under the tree.

Plus, there's still plenty of other festive treats available.

But hop to it, deals available while stocks last.

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If only my 4s would die so I can get a new phone, seems it's gonna outlive me .
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If only my 4s would die so I can get a new phone, seems it's gonna outlive me .
Only 12 month warranty I believe? Vs John Lewis 2 year warranty - who will also price match Argos...
Love the review score on the photo... 2 1/2 stars
Reckon there will be better deals on the 8 after Xmas as it's suffering poor sales. Reading a tech article recently and apparently its already being discounted by 20% plus in several Asian countries.
swooper728 m ago

Love the review score on the photo... 2 1/2 stars


No reviews now, presumably taken down for as likely fanboy drivel.
pugit6668 h, 56 m ago

If only my 4s would die so I can get a new phone, seems it's gonna outlive …If only my 4s would die so I can get a new phone, seems it's gonna outlive me .


Very true, as long as iphone users don't upgrade their ios in the 3rd year of using, then any iphone will survive forever!
yulu9117 m ago

Very true, as long as iphone users don't upgrade their ios in the 3rd year …Very true, as long as iphone users don't upgrade their ios in the 3rd year of using, then any iphone will survive forever!


I’m still on ios7, phone is still reasonably quick and does all I ask of it, only problem is I can’t really have new apps.
Why do iPhone deals suddenly get heat all of a sudden? There was a time when any iPhone deal, regardless of price, would get as cold as a witches tit. What’s changed?
Edited by: "endo123" 15th Dec 2017
endo1231 h, 50 m ago

Why do iPhone deals suddenly get heat all of a sudden? There was a time …Why do iPhone deals suddenly get heat all of a sudden? There was a time when any iPhone deal, regardless of price, would get as cold as a witches tit. What’s changed?


All the other companies flagship phones are the same price as iphones nowadays, so the haters have less ammo
Not a bad price
Got an iPhone SE in 2016, may never need another phone again.
Sales must be way too down sales on iPhones everywhere just before Christmas, never seen this before in last 8/10 years
£849 on the 18th December
That's the 256GB modal 64GB has sold out
walks198216th Dec

Got an iPhone SE in 2016, may never need another phone again.


Oh yes u will. Read the news today, Apple are slowing older phones like the SE to basically get u to buy a newer one. We knew this all along, but now it's official.
Sharpharp37 m ago

Oh yes u will. Read the news today, Apple are slowing older phones like …Oh yes u will. Read the news today, Apple are slowing older phones like the SE to basically get u to buy a newer one. We knew this all along, but now it's official.


Older phones like the SE!!! It is one of the newer ones , it came out after IPhone 7! Lol

and Apple admitted they are doing it!.
Not, to make you buy a new one (like Android commonly does), But to stop older devices with ageing battery’s from suddenly shutting down on the user without warning!.

quite responsible of them if you ask me, looking after there older customers.

if you get the battery replaced (quite easily on the early iPhones) the performance will be automatically restored!.

FACT!.
Edited by: "-Azel-" 21st Dec 2017
Moonwolf197659 m ago

Older phones like the SE!!! It is one of the newer ones , it came out …Older phones like the SE!!! It is one of the newer ones , it came out after IPhone 7! Loland Apple admitted they are doing it!.Not, to make you buy a new one (like Android commonly does), But to stop older devices with ageing battery’s from suddenly shutting down on the user without warning!.quite responsible of them if you ask me, looking after there older customers.if you get the battery replaced (quite easily on the early iPhones) the performance will be automatically restored!.FACT!.


You must have been born yesterday... "quite responsible of them if you ask me, looking after there older customers."

Of course they're going to say that, which idiot would say "oh we deliberately slow down the entire phone to make you buy the new model"....

Pretty gullible ain'tcha Wolfy?
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