on 12-11-2018 18:15
I have just cancelled my order with o2 because of the wait times I ordered from another company a few days ago and it's coming tomorrow yeah I just thought I will accept the one that comes first which was Sky.
on 12-11-2018 21:57
@Theboynorm Attention to their contract swap 24 is 36mo credit and Swap 36 is 48mo credit and doesn’t give you the same flexibility as refresh! And if you select payment breakdown the RRP is over £100 more expensive than O2. A few days can save you some quids
on 13-11-2018 08:16
Sky have gone from being 1-2 weeks on all models to having them all in stock for immediate delivery.
im prepared to have patience with O2 when stock problems are across the board but they clearly aren’t. Apple themselves have gone from a month to a week. Sky have gone from 2 weeks to in stock.
vodafone and O2 have vague availability.
as said before, exactly what does more than four weeks mean? O2 need to be more transparent.
13-11-2018 11:53 - edited 13-11-2018 11:54
Is it 4 weeks + from the time of placing the pre-order, or from the time of release date? Some of the eager beavers might already be receiving theirs, I'm thinking if it is 4 weeks from release date, then that is at least the 5th of December.
on 13-11-2018 11:59
Absolutely NO guarantees, but from experience those dates tend to be worst case estimates, based on what O2 are told by Apple - Who like to under promise and over deliver.
You might dare to be a little bit cautiously optimistic