on 03-06-2019 09:09
If the trade in value for Huawei phones is now next to nothing, then O2 should pull them from sale until this situation is resolved as it is simply not fair to sell a product to somebody for hundreds of pounds when you are not attaching that kind of value to the phone. If the situation gets to the point where Huawei phones are banned, then O2 themselves seek compensation from Google/Huawei.
By continuing to sell the phones at their high prices they are essentially profiteering and passing the buck to the consumer.
However you look at it, it is morally wrong.
on 14-06-2019 10:47
on 14-06-2019 10:52
Are there any further updates @Chris_K @Martin-O2 @EmilieT @Marjo?
There are no further updates as of yet I'm afraid. We continue to monitor the situation to understand any and all potential implications for our customers and we’ll update this thread with the latest information as and when there's any updates.
on 02-07-2019 16:19
the above Gold badge is not official and as such does not represent O2 community's officially sanctioned winners badges. They are blue, I made this gold myself, because I wanted to, after 4 years of writing the best reviews seen on these here forums, I decided to take that status, and adopt it into my own coloured badge.
To clarify. I changed the colour and added the years, O2 community admin, did not. Please don't be confused.
on 02-07-2019 18:59
But will O2Recycle ever increase their trade-in 'value'????? I doubt they could, just think of that outrage if anyone took 'advantage' of the derisory £60-100 .....