Every once in a while a deal comes up that's almost impossible to resist. This latest deal on the Lumia 930 locked to the UKs EE network is potentially one of those. Through the carriers eBay outlet store you can now snag an "as new" Lumia 930 in black for just £199.99 on pay-as-you-go. A huge discount from the RRP.
The catch is that these phones are not technically brand new. EE describes them as "returned within 14 days, tested, reset and with a full manufacturer warranty." So the phones should be in pretty much new condition. Considering it's also cheaper than many second-hand listings on eBay, it's a bit of a steal.
It doesn't say how many there are, so if this is the one for you, jump on it at the link below.
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