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Save BIG with giffgaff’s Black Friday deals



New tech is exciting, and smartphones are getting smarter every year, but they’re also rapidly increasing in price – especially in the UK. Take the iPhone for example: while the iPhone 13 Pro had an RRP of £949, the iPhone 14 Pro jumps up to £1,099, and it’s a similar story on the Android front too.

With rising costs, refurbished technology is more popular than ever, and with Black Friday drawing ever closer, mobile network giffgaff has some particularly impressive savings on its refurbished smartphone collection.

You might think that a refurbished phone is simply a tired second-hand phone, but there’s much more to it than that – especially at giffgaff. You see, giffgaff refurbs go through an extensive 30-point health check to check that everything is tip-top and working as expected, including a full data wipe and unlocking process.

The condition of the phone is then rated from ‘Good’ to ‘Like New’. If a phone is marked as ‘Good’, it might have a few nicks on the body or screen, while a phone rated as ‘Like New’ is practically the same as a brand-new model.

There’s also between 12 and 24 months of warranty protection for added peace of mind, dependent on the condition of the phone you go for. That’s longer than what some manufacturers and stores offer!

With all that in mind, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that refurbished phones make up the majority of giffgaff’s phone sales in 2022 – and it’s even more tempting with Black Friday bargains to be had.

That starts with Samsung’s Galaxy S20+ 5G, with a £40 discount on its regular refurb price bringing the cost down to as little as £259 in ‘good’ condition. That’s not a bad price for a smartphone with a stunning 6.7in QHD+ 120Hz display, a capable triple rear camera setup comprising of a 12Mp wide, 12Mp ultrawide and 64Mp telephoto lenses and a 4,500mAh battery that’ll keep you going all day.  

Take a look at giffgaff’s Samsung Galaxy S20+ Black Friday deal here.

£40 discount applied to Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G, total cost of device was £299, now £259. Ends 6/12/2022. Terms apply, see giffgaff.com/terms.

But what about those of us who don’t need the latest and greatest tech? The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is a tempting refurb option that’s dropped from £199 to £169 as part of giffgaff’s Black Friday sale, with great features like a 6.4in AMOLED display and a triple-camera setup. That’s in ‘good’ condition, though the ‘excellent’ condition alternative isn’t much more at £259.

Take a look at giffgaff’s Samsung Galaxy S20+ Black Friday deal here.

£30 discount applied to Samsung Galaxy S10+, total cost of device was £199, now £169. Ends 6/12/2022. Terms apply, see giffgaff.com/terms.

If you simply must have that new out-of-the-box experience, giffgaff is also offering a discount on the iPhone 12. The high-end smartphone boasts Apple’s stunning angular design that ties in nicely with other recent iPhones and iPads, complete with IP68 water resistance. It’s no slouch either, sporting Apple’s A14 chipset with 5G connectivity, a stunning 6.1in Super Retina XDR display and a capable combination of dual 12Mp wide and ultra-wide cameras on the rear.

During the Black Friday sale, giffgaff is offering £50 off the iPhone 12, bringing the price down to just £629 – and that’s cheaper than you’ll find at the Apple Store.

Take a look at giffgaff’s iPhone 12 Black Friday deal here.

£50 discount applied to iPhone 12, total cost of device was £679, now £629. Ends 6/12/2022. Terms apply, see giffgaff.com/terms.

The tempting refurbished deals from giffgaff this Black Friday not only provide extra cash in the pocket compared to buying new, but it also helps to cut down on the 53.6 million tonnes of electronic waste thrown away each year. That’s good for both us and the planet. And, with such a stringent refurb process at giffgaff, you won’t be disappointed with the quality on offer either.

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