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Sony Xperia 1 128GB Black/Purple - O2 Refresh (possibly £555)
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Made hot 20th JulMade hot 20th Jul
Really hope Sony does well with this phone. They do always try something different. Am massively tempted, even though I would have to go through the O2 Refresh route. Th 21:9 asp… Read more
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Dekard97

(embarrassed) (y)

MrSprkle

No i had to send a Z3c back 4 times as they insisted it was fixed and every-time i got it back it was still dead.. they would not replace it just repair it.. they eventually did, but the interwebz is full of people with same experience, it put me off them for good.

Bavy

Rope? You mean top? Well you can swipe from anywhere from the screen to bring up, shortcut settings, and double tap for one handed mode.

Bavy

I always found there customers service great when I had z3 they replaced it when it's started turn off randomly, after 18 months of use. Also sent in L1 they fixed without any issues.

MrSprkle

I agree with lots of comments hoping this does well.. But Sony really need to sort out their CS mess, they are horrific to deal with, and generally will ignore faults with devices, I haven't used a Sony since the Z3 compact due to the their terrible customer service. Its shame beacuse Sony devices run so smooth too.

Huawei P20 128GB [Like New With FREE Gift] Smartphone £200 On O2 Refresh @ O2
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31/07/2019Expires on 31/07/2019Made hot 6th JulMade hot 6th Jul
Seemed like another cracking refresh deal, please do not do this if you are expecting to have a big credit purchase coming up, I don't know the exact implications, but a credit che… Read more
eddibabyyeah

This hasnt expired. I just ordered one

eddibabyyeah

Has this expired? It still says in stock

Biscuitman

expired this is no longer £190, the headline price has been'reduced' to £200

anjasola

After much debate agent on 02 chat advised the same and gave me a number to call, thanks for your input appreciated.

Mrswitch

You Need To cancel in the 14 day cooling off period.

Honor View 20 (128GB, 48MP Camera, 6GB RAM) on O2 refresh £249
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31/07/2019Expires on 31/07/2019Made hot 6th JulMade hot 6th Jul
This is a brilliant price for an incredible phone. On O2 refresh simply purchase the phone on contract to get it at this price then either pay off the device plan or keep your cont… Read more
rammy

If anyone with the Honor View 20 hasn’t claimed (and doesnt intend to claim) the free Fortnite code that’s available through ‘gifts’ option on the App Gallery, I have a son who will happily make use of it. I’d make a small donation to charity of your choice (if only to stop his nagging!)

salespalace

No, dual sim

Darkk8

Single sim?

salespalace

Just received the 256gb version with 8gb ram in phantom blue. Brand new. Unlocked. If anyone is interested, give me a shout. As my mate 10 is still running strong.

urinthematrix

I got this phone.,.. great camera , very fast Highly recommended

New Huawei P30 Pro 128GB On O2 Refresh + Huawei Watch GT £580.50 @ O2
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31/07/2019Expires on 31/07/2019Made hot 4th JulMade hot 4th Jul
Another refresh deal, this time getting a P30 pro for £580, as soon as you recieve the phone, and your first bill, ring up and cancel the airtime part. Don't forget if there are… Read more
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3LeggedDog

Very very poor service. I can't believe they cannot just amend the order and send out the different colour! I used to work for EE and the credit check was on the airtime contract value not the phone! Therefore customer was free to choose any particular handset after credit check had gone through!

willysnapper

Don't understand this "credit check" business, and the talk of it seriously impacting your score. I was curious to see what impact it had had on my perceived status, so viewed my account. There were no checks listed in the last 30 days, so it must have been a very light touch!. That said, my credit score did actually drop a miniscule amount, just a couple of points, no explanation given but it happened on July 6th, so that must have been it. (ninja)

MrSprkle

So here is my email from their 'resolution experts' - (ha ha) "Hello xxxx, Thanks for getting in touch and giving us a chance to help. I understand your query relates to an order placed by webchat but the one hour later this was out of stock. Please accept my apology for this. Looking into the account I can see the order is still out of stock and I cannot confirm when we’ll get this back in stock. I appreciate this is frustrating for you as you required the phone next day. As I’m not able to advise when this will be in stock and out for delivery I can cancel the order and refund the money you paid. The refund will take between seven to ten working days to go back to your account. Once the refund has gone back into your bank you’re able to place another order for a different colour, or you can visit an O2 store and get the phone the same day. I appreciate this has been a frustrating situation, I do apologise for this. We’ve got the P30 Pro in Black and can be ordered whenever you can do this, you will need to pay for this again, however, we can refund the amount you’ve already paid. If you can let me know what you’d like to do I can arrange this. I hope this answers your query and you’re happy with the outcome. I will now close your case. If you need any future help please get back in touch, you can contact us free from your O2 mobile on 202 or on 03448090202 from a landline (charged at national rate). Kind Regards, Tia Hudson Resolution Expert" The cheek they closed my complaint before I even agreed it was resolved! And they offered what exactly? so my response to them "Dear Tia What you fail to advise is that another credit check must be performed, and I also will lose the additional £75.00 discount I was given.. I do not want to pay you twice as you already have my money. I find this resolution pretty poor and in fact not a resolution at all but more like being told tough luck. The fact still remains that I was misled in order to gain a sale, the very fact you don’t have a live stock system is not my issue, but at numerous points I have been mis-advised that it will be in stock again at various points, even told that the 14 day cooling off period is from the day you order not received. Your customer service will say anything to get rid and blatantly lie about the stock situation.. So your offer of reordering does not answer my query and I am not happy with the outcome, I feel the next step is a complaint to you ombudsman, because o2 are clearly misleading people into sales.. there are reports of this on the internet for as long as o2 Refresh has existed. regards xxxx"

willysnapper

Seems Huawei have their ducks in a row! (excited)

Tomb

Yep I've had the full months line rental taken as well in spite of the fact that the guy who cancelled the order appearing to know what he was doing. I'll call them tomorrow to sort it out. On a brighter note I put through my claim for the free watch & it went without any issues at all. I got an email immediately saying that they would let me know once the claim was validated then less than a minute later got another saying it had been validated & I'd receive the watch within 30 days.

Huawei  Mate 20 pro like new 02 refresh £256.00
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Mate 20 pro like new on o2 refresh twilight and black version £256.00 upfront cost cancel sim only before 14 days
ssjinzo

Got my final bill. Its £- 16.76 so that's how much o2 owe me as a refund. So for approx 3 day usage is £2.24

ssjinzo

I knew that would happen you will need to wait till the new bill is produced for 2 days of usage. Then after that bill comes taken off the £19 and then you will be refunded around £17 pound i would say. The refund takes a maximum of 14 days and generally its around that time. I have had loads of experience with refresh contracts.

sconedu2

Same here , billed for the £19 , after I was assured via messenger that I wouldn't be , now told will be refunded minus the 2 days it took to cancel the SIM side of the deal

ssjinzo

Just a update First month money has been taken out will need to claim that's back and get a new final bill will be generated after 3 days as I canceled 2 / 3 days after I got the phone

Springerbhoy

They still won't budge, keep saying the contracts are linked when in fact they are independent,.distance contract gives you 14 day cooling off period but thy are saying you need to return phone for that, they don't like you pointing out they are separate contracts? I'll go to Citzens Advice to clear this up.

New Huawei P30 128GB On O2 Refresh + Huawei Watch GT £351 @ o2
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31/07/2019Expires on 31/07/2019Made hot 4th JulMade hot 4th Jul
Outstanding value with the watch thrown in. Another refresh deal, this time getting a P30 for £350, as soon as you recieve the phone, and your first bill, ring up and cancel the … Read more
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mark5404

Really tempted by this but hoping for a S10E or even S10 deal :/

TN567

Somebody said 15 days, not sure mate tbh

Jason_Philip

How long do you need to stay on the plan to get the free gift?

TN567

Just done the chat and got the £75 myself, don't tell me you guys missed the £40 top cashback too????????? Might not go through but I got it when I did a deal like this 2 yes ago on carphonewarehouse for £50 on a p10 lite

woolyjumper123

Thank you for that information! I'll try and get the airtime contract cancelled within a few days after getting it then :)

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Code Still Working Now At £256 - Huawei Mate 20 Pro 128GB Black & Twilight Smartphone | £256 On O2 Refresh @ O2 Like New
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Go now before they take the code down, thanks to @RockBlesnar Usual warnings, please don't do this if you have upcoming big purchases, ie mortgage etc, as there is a possibili… Read more
3LeggedDog

Damn gutted I missed this!

ssjinzo

When i phoned upto cancel the lady said they will bill you first month as it's is automated the bill is generated when they send the device out and all mobile providers then charge you a month in advance. Since it is automatic they will charge you. After you cancel same day they wil produce a new bill in 14 days. So if you have used the phone zero days they will charge you zero days if you have had the sim for 2 or 3 days they will charge you for that. After which you can the claim a refund. People who are saying they will not be charged are wrong they will be charged first month and then you can get a refund. Also another tip is to put the sim in and use the number for o2 priority moments giving you freebies this will still continue after disconnect and will be active. I ha e done this in the past and has worked for me but this may change.

cyberbob

Well I did it, can’t believe I still managed to get the £100 off.... thanks op... :D

dman227

Correct and yes if not happy return the phone

cyberbob

Just to confirm, do I need to cancel the contract within 14 days and if I do. The phone is 100% mine. Also for any reason if I’m not happy with the phones condition, can I return it?

New Unlocked Huawei P20 Pro 128GB O2 Refresh, £75 off available via chat so £324 up front at O2 Shop
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Made hot 22nd JunMade hot 22nd Jun
Absolutely great phone with a stunning camera. I went onto O2 chat, asked what the best deal was on a "like new" P20 Pro (showing as £349 on refresh) and the operator immediately … Read more
churchreg

They've now told me that this will have affected my ability to buy other things as it might look like suspicious behaviour. The only way to resolve is to call a chargeable number or email and they get back to you in 10 days. Urrrm, not too pleased with O2 right now.

churchreg

A word of warning. The final payment confirmation screen was blocked by Chrome. This has led me to three hours on the chat and calls to my bank as they ended up blocking both my business and personal accounts due to me attempting to take payment. Apparently the first payment was authorised. Even when I tried a different bank and payment system it went wrong. That's three hours I'll never get back. I was excited about getting this phone, now I don't think I ever want to order a phone again.

carled

Sorry, my new phone didn't alert me to your question as I hadn't logged it into HUKD yet. Glad to hear it's sorted.

achtungmal

All sorted thanks

achtungmal

Thank you... Last ask... Did it have a chat reference?

Samsung Galaxy S10 Smartphone | On O2 Refresh | £565 @ O2
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First of all go through via Live chat for an possible extra £70 - £75 off this deal, which has been proven on a few occasions to work on other o2 refresh deals. Getting the s10 fo… Read more
MrB_1977

Did anyone had to pay the 30 days notice period

superthomo

This deal has now ended but o2 have another new deal up on the s10+ with £200 offf, makes it £705, not bad for a new s10+

chrismad4rit

Just had to wait till I'd received my first bill before I could cancel. They unlocked straight away. Didn't take too long, just a bit of patience needed

chrismad4rit

Yes

MrB_1977

chrismad4rit did you say anything in particular to both get the unlock code and to cancel, don't fancy a long drawn out process on chat - took me an hour just to get the £75 quid off

Google Pixel 3 £377 or Pixel 3 XL £472 O2 Refresh deal
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Made hot 7th JunMade hot 7th Jun
Save £400 on the pixel 3 and pixel 3 XL, great deal. Steps: Take out a new O2 refresh deal - I advise paying device plan upfront. Wait for phone to arrive. Cancel airtime portion… Read more
bumper2bumper

Can’t see this price on the website. I guess deal is over. Any similar deals for the Pixel 3? Need it mainly for the camera, so any other phone with decent camera will do.

lidds

Great deal, unfortunately looks like it's now ended

arora

I got pixel 3 xl for £397. Cannot complain

happenstance

Lucky you! I tried 3 people none of them would give that. I'm not going to complain 302 + possibly 29 for one months rental is way cheaper than the 400 i was going to spend on the 3a. Although a headphone jack would be nice

LagunaLoire

UPDATE: happy to confirm this works. Picked up the phone today and rang customer services to cancel the airtime. Because I'm keeping the phone they said I have to give 30 days notice so I'll.probs have to pay 26 quid. Frankly I don't care - 425 quid for a brand new Pixel 3 XL is the best deal on the market by far. Very pleased with this, cheers OP for sharing!

Sony Xperia 1 on O2 refresh plan for £630 plus claim Sony WH-1000XM3 Headphones worth £329
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I had been waiting for Sony Xperia 1 to be released here in UK. At the moment the phone is for preorder on O2, CPW, EE and SkyMobile. Should be there on Vodafone soon. The best d… Read more
Tejstar

Good to hear you got it sorted. I decided to take a different route and requested a PAC code and switched my number to a PAYG SIM I had lying around. The result is effectively the same, as the O2 line was disconnected on 2 July, and I shouldn't have to pay any notice. This is all thanks to the new rules that came about on 1 July 2019 - good timing! (y)

No1_Dave

finally had time to call them yesterday and got the cancellation done, but not without a little bit of drama. like previously mentioned by Tejstar they initially gave me the same line of 30 days notice, then I told them I specifically used livechat and was told clearly in writting by a service rep that phone contracts even o2 refresh contracts (unlike sim only contracts) doesn't need 30 days notice, I asked him to check the livechat history, he said no problem they keep the chats for several months. moments later then he said they had 2 systems that store the chats, the 1st sytems only store recent chats within 1 month, as the chat I referred to happend on May 23rd, he needs to check another system which stores chats for upto a year. But after a minute or so waiting he came back and said even though he can see chats and history from that system back to last year, the May 23rd livechat (and anything in that month) is missing, so there is a "gap" in that history, I said to him (in an ironic voice) that is convenient isn't it, the livechat with the proof just "happens to be missing" from the archive/history. luckily I have an email copy of the livechat, and he said I can email him that and he gave me his o2 email adress, and he got the email pretty much instantly, then he said he'll speak to his manager and show him the email, then moments later came back and said no problems, he'll do the contract cancellation right away without the need for 30 days notice. I told him £21.45 has been taken by DD on June 18th, he said that payment covers me upto July 4th, and because I cancelled the contract on July 1st, I'll get a pro-rata refund of those few days. He said I should receive an email confirmation for the cancellation within a few hours, but reassured me the cancellation has been done. But as of today I've still not received any email confirmation, but I have tried to login into my O2, and the phone number associated with the pay monthly contract is no longer there, and I don't seem to be able to see the billing history or any charges, so it does look like the phone number is deactivated or "wiped", and contract is cancelled. So long story short, the proof of the livechat email helped me to cancel right away, without the need for 30 days notice, without it I'll probably be in the same boat as others needing to pay another month. I'll also cancel my o2 DD just in case.

Tejstar

Interesting. Did you call today to cancel without giving 30-day notice? Keep us updated. I may have to get back in touch with them... :|

No1_Dave

That's not what I was told on May 23rd before I ordered, luckily I used online chat so received an email of the chat script as proof: DAVID: The question is, how long do I need to keep the Airtime contract for if I paid off the cost of the phone straight away(£630)? looking at the T&Cs on the webpage, I only need to keep the Airtime contract as long as I'm in contract for the Device plan, if I paid off the Device in full straight away, because the Airtime contract is a monthly rolling contract, the max Airtime contract length should only be 1 month? so does that mean I can cancel/leave after 1 month? also because Sony is doing the free headphone promo just now, I will be keeping the Airtime contract for at least 1 month. JACQUELINE: Yes, you are absolutely right. JACQUELINE: As you will pay off the full device cost JACQUELINE: After that anytime you can cancel the airtime or can upgrade or can carry on with the tariff JACQUELINE: So you will get charged only for the tariff DAVID: so I can definitely cancel the Airtime after 1 month? I read there is the 30 days notice, so when can I actually cancel? JACQUELINE: On phone contract you don't have to give the 30 days notice it is applicable for sim only contracts JACQUELINE: On phone contract anytime you can cancel the airtime JACQUELINE: There is no termination charges or notice period JACQUELINE: Let me help you with the explanation JACQUELINE:On O2 refresh deal your payment is split into two parts (Device plan and Airtime plan). Airtime plan will give minutes, texts and data per month. Device plan will be the cost of the phone/ipad. On O2 refresh deal you can cancel or upgrade your contract early by paying your remaining device plan and the best part is you don't have to pay your Airtime plan So if a new phone of your choice comes out, you can upgrade to that contract without waiting or paying any early upgrade fee/penalty. DAVID: oh ok. But I'm a new customer purchasing a phone using O2 refresh, but I'm paying off the phone straight away (so no loan purchase), but the Airtime contract is not the same as sim only contract, so I don't need to give notice before I cancel? JACQUELINE: Yes, you don't have to give any notice period JACQUELINE: As that's on O2 refresh DAVID: so after 1 month (I'll be requesting an unlock for the phone during that month), I can cancel the Airtime contract, and I keep the phone, no problems? JACQUELINE: The phone is already unlocked DAVID: oh that's great to know, thanks JACQUELINE: It's not mandatory to keep the airtime for 1 month JACQUELINE: If in case you pay off the full device cost today JACQUELINE: So as you will get the phone delivery JACQUELINE: Just call on 202 and can cancel the airtime JACQUELINE: Simply you will get charged as much you have used from the tariff DAVID: thaks for the info good to know. So what happens after I cancel the Airtime contract, will the mobile number/sim be deactivated? JACQUELINE: Yes, then the sim will get deactivated DAVID: and I can use the phone with another sim if I want? JACQUELINE: Yes, indeed

Tejstar

Called to cancel earlier. Didn't have any issues, but now that we're outside the 14-day cooling off period, there is a 30-day notice that needs to be given. So it looks like another monthly charge before it finally gets disconnected.

Google Pixel 3/3 XL - Save £400 O2 Refresh Device Plan!! Pixel 3 64gb now £377
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Big reductions to be had starting from today on the Google Pixel 3 range, using the O2 refresh device plan that we should all be aware off due to the great success with previous de… Read more
dharle

To my surprise, I've just logged on to my account, and there is actually a revised bill (dated 7 May) with a credit of £22.53. While it's only £3.50, I still think it's a bit cheeky that they've charged that much given that I didn't even use the SIM card, and cancelled the contract 24 hours after collecting it from instore (as per the advisor's recommendation). As for the phone, I have mixed feelings after a couple of weeks of using it. I thought it'd be a much bigger step up from the Xiaomi Mi A1. The camera is very good but the battery life is shocking - it reminds me of my old LG G4 (awesome phone/interface, awful battery).

Dobsie

Jheez they are so useless. After eventually getting someone to cancel within the 14 day cooling off period I was then locked out of the account. However today I have received a rather threatening email for the full month stating £3.50 charge if I don't pay within 4 days. No money was taken on the direct debit and I cannot even login to the account to attempt to pay it. Just called them and the guy said that it has been sent in mistake and that my next bill would show me as being in credit (despite nothing being taken this month!). I asked him to send an email saying I don't need to pay the bill, apparently they can't sent emails so he sent me a text instead saying "Final bill was sent to you, the charge is no longer valid for the account xxxxxxx was cancelled in the 14 day cooling off period. Thank you. O2." Is this going to screw with my credit rating somehow?

mattrix89

I guess I don't until another month goes by, I was just being hopeful based on the fact I couldn't log in to my O2 account this morning. I really wouldn't be surprised if I get another bill or a request to return the handset at some point.

chrischarles

How do you know it is now wrapped up for sure? Im certainly not positive even though my online account is now disabled... Just crossing fingers!!

mattrix89

This took me several phone calls and numerous online chats to finally get it sorted. They were really struggling with the fact I was keeping the handset and just cancelling the airtime contract. Even when I was told it was all sorted and a letter was on it's way to me... nothing ever materialised and it took another call to get it wrapped up yesterday (fierce)

02 priority free Grenade Carb Killa protein bar (60g) starts 2nd jan 9am - available in WHSmith High Street stores only
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02 priority free Grenade Carb Killa protein bar (60g) starts 2nd jan 9am - available in WHSmith High Street stores only
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SajidAli-ad629.06113

No I did them separately

jamie15

Same transaction?

SajidAli-ad629.06113

I got 6 today I took a screenshot and went to self serve. I was really really lucky as the staff where to busy talking.

Gollywood

Expect a call from my solicitor. I'm suing

Gollywood

My local had all flavours except the ones in the deal so we ended up wasting 2 codes

Huawei P20 Pro Like new O2 Refresh £390 @ O2
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Huawei P20 Pro Like new O2 Refresh £390 @ O2
O2 Refresh Huawei P20 Pro both twilight and black available. Personally I hate O2. Customer service are beyond woeful. But they are selling a cracking phone for a cracking price. … Read more
Babbler

589 now. Ffs why did u hesitate??

jdpwest

may just be updating it .

krudel

The deal is over, isn't it ?! The whole website seems to be down ...

djsez786

O2 will be at a loss to give away at that price. Must be the standard P20 for sure.

Lokesh_Rao

Lol where

Huawei P20 Pro Like New Black @ O2 Refresh - £374 + £18 1mth contract
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Huawei P20 Pro Like New Black @ O2 Refresh - £374 + £18 1mth contract
Sign up with 1 month contract, £18 Black only back in stock Select ‘Pay for your device in full’ £30 off voucher at checkout.
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Quantum334

Just tried and looks like £30 off is no more :-(

AlexWWalker

Excellent news!

Iron883

I can't seem to get the extra £30 off, any ideas? Or has it ended now?

john306

Had the call and got an £18 credit to my account (I have another contract with O2). Not willing to give anything else but I'm happy anyway. Thanks for info.

AlexWWalker

It took them 6 days to get back to me but once they did they were quick with responding.

Huawei P20 Pro Like New Twilight @ O2 Refresh - £374 + £18 1mth contract
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Huawei P20 Pro Like New Twilight @ O2 Refresh - £374 + £18 1mth contract
Sign up with 1 month contract, £18 Twilight only back in stock Select 'Pay for your device in full' £30 off voucher at checkout.
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ashington

Select the £18 rolling 30 day anytime contract. Just ring up and cancel, the next monthly payment

ashington

This is a 30 day rolling airtime contract, hence only need to serve 30 days

mil10cv

just ordered, code is working and in stock

jjmmww1

Just ordered mine i'll see how it looks on monday when recieved

Toybhoy

Anyone know where to get a genuine charger from? If I can't rapid charge, I'm returning this to O2.

Huawei P20 Pro Twilight like new on O2 refresh back in stock and cheaper £404 + £18 1 month contract
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Huawei P20 Pro Twilight like new on O2 refresh back in stock and cheaper £404 + £18 1 month contract
This is now back in stock and cheaper as ever. Purchased one just as paid my old contract off today. Best price available on this and in great twilight finish. Pay contract off any… Read more
JestR

Twilight Back in stock! :D I ordered one today <3 £422 Total

amolak1999

Ordered this. Didn't get any confirmation email so went on live chat and then they sent me one yday. Went on live chat today and apparently it is out of stock so mine isn't coming (lol) they said wait 48 hours but I doubt they'll get anymore in stock

andypearce543

Can you definitely cancel this and keep the phone? Anyone care to tell me the steps? Thanks

amolak1999

Have you managed to cancel it and did you use top cashback and Did it work? Thanks

remainz

I got mine. The phone looks like new. It was completely flat though. It came cellophaned to cardboard with cable and sim pin only. Ive now got to figure out how to get out the contract.

P20 Pro O2 Refresh Price Drop. £507.99
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P20 Pro O2 Refresh Price Drop. £507.99
As per the o2 refresh trick you can get the P20 Pro for only £507.99. Select the 50gb plan, pay £99.99 upfront then the balance is £407. You also get the free wireless headphones t… Read more
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KiNG

Oneplus6 does 60fps 4k ois

vassy4u

The boy who posted the deal can help you apparently he said it was easy.

amazonboy

Ahh apologies. Thought you were talking about the Huawei!

milo1423

No, it's definitely locked, it's a LG G7 not a Huawei. Now that I've paid for the phone completely they said they're able to get it unlocked within 72 hours...apparently. I should be able to get a refund of it doesn't work out. Cheers

spinach_pie

You have to play dumb a bit and appeal to their good side otherwise they can make it difficult. Say you need to go overseas for a few weeks and need to put a different SIM in there. They will do it faster for you

Huawei P20 pro Like New - £495.99 @ O2 Refresh
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Huawei P20 pro Like New - £495.99 @ O2 Refresh
Huawei P20 pro Like New Condition for only £499 if you take out a contract with O2 Refresh. Within 14 days of receiving the phone, just call them and offer to pay for the phone wh… Read more
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Smartguy1

No issues with mine restarting. Try a factory reset and be careful what you transfer from your old phone. The clone app will copy all of your original apps including some of the bloatware that came with your original phone. Not a problem if it's the same brand. I didn't like the battery usage on mine at first so did a full reset but this time manually downloaded the apps I wanted from the app store. It made a huge difference. This phone is also a lot better in my opinion using the Microsoft launcher available from the app store. The standard launcher that comes with this phone is pretty basic to say the least.

Andi.Keane

Mine has self restarted twice in 2 weeks , cleared the cache and hoping for the best now . If it goes again this side of 30 days it's going back I love the phone but it seems to be quite a popular problem in the forums

escortboy

Here's some examples of photos I've taken with this camera, really easy to take nice pictures IMO.

thomasbooth

Half the price, much better battery life, better camera. More Software features, larger screen... To name a few.

thomasbooth

No. These come unlocked fortunately. Same as OnePlus phones on O2.

IN STOCK: Huawei P20 Pro TWILIGHT with O2 Refresh + free JBL speaker - £579
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IN STOCK: Huawei P20 Pro TWILIGHT with O2 Refresh + free JBL speaker - £579
Same deal as posted here before with O2 Refresh deal - £99 upfront - ask O2 to unlock the phone - pay back the loan for the phone - cancel the contract
kwl147

The idea is good but its 02. I really can't recommend someone to potentially go through the same hassle to cancel their refresh deal as myself. I was lied to several times and its only when I went through resolver and everything was documented externally, I finally spoke to someone further up the chain instead of a lame CS rep. I had months of unpaid bills put through my door which I refused to pay because at no point had I even inserted their sim card into the phone much less used their services.

TomaszRog

No I rather have a monthly payments. So I think its no any chance to get extra "toy"

Standi

Now comes with a free Kodak mini 2 printer. Are you able to pay the full cost upfront then cancel the contract when the phone arrives?

TomaszRog

Any one know if I order it by other website but i've done upgrade can I redeem this speaker too?

Darkchef

I just bought the OP6 and yeah the camera is a lot better although I did upgrade from the OP3 so you'd expect it to be.

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