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Good price IMHO

What does Grade B mean?
• The phone is used and in good condition.
• Cosmetically the phone will show signs of slight use, including two or three minor scratches to the screen and casing. It wont have cracks on the screen or casing.
• It’s been fully tested*, is in full working order and has been restored to the latest operating system.

- polly69
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jameshorton57#1
Nice find. Heat added.
Mascheranobanned#2
grade b =wrecked
carrotts#3
At £239 for grade "b"they must think there are a lot of idiots around!
fishmaster#4
Mascherano
grade b =wrecked

Grade B are generally very good from this supplier. Grade C can be hit and miss. I certainly wouldn't have a problem buying grade B from this company. Where I work we've bought 50 or 60 items so far and Grade B have all been decent.
fishmaster#5
carrotts
At £239 for grade "b"they must think there are a lot of idiots around!

The problem is that early versions of this phone had a lot of problems, grip of death, screen issues etc. I wouldn't be that confident with a refurb of a One X. You can send it back though there is a warranty.
polly69#6
This is not a good price, its a second hand phone that maybe in a right mess and its also locked to the worst operator there is. I love my oneX but i wouldnt dream of buying a used wreck of a mobile. 1 item left
so really its expired
Scratch that somebody has bought the last wrecked oneX

EXPIRED
Cold


Edited By: polly69 on Aug 27, 2012 18:35
pannan#7
fishmaster
carrotts
At £239 for grade "b"they must think there are a lot of idiots around!

The problem is that early versions of this phone had a lot of problems, grip of death, screen issues etc. I wouldn't be that confident with a refurb of a One X. You can send it back though there is a warranty.

Err really..I know lots of people with them and none have had issues. Maybe you were thinking about the iphone 4?
Erinath#8
polly69
... its also locked to the worst operator there is.
It's with Orange - not Vodafone :)

Edited By: Erinath on Aug 27, 2012 18:38
fishmaster#9
pannan
fishmaster
carrotts
At £239 for grade "b"they must think there are a lot of idiots around!

The problem is that early versions of this phone had a lot of problems, grip of death, screen issues etc. I wouldn't be that confident with a refurb of a One X. You can send it back though there is a warranty.

Err really..I know lots of people with them and none have had issues. Maybe you were thinking about the iphone 4?

Yes really, why don't you google it. Hmm let me think I do have some reasonable idea about the English language and I can't believe I'd confuse the iphone 4 with HTC One X.

Anyone else need some help using a search engine? http://www.google.co.uk is one place to start, anyone heard of Google here? Btw that's how to do sarcasm.

Edited By: fishmaster on Aug 27, 2012 18:44
fishmaster#10
polly69
This is not a good price, its a second hand phone that maybe in a right mess and its also locked to the worst operator there is. I love my oneX but i wouldnt dream of buying a used wreck of a mobile. 1 item left
so really its expired
Scratch that somebody has bought the last wrecked oneX

EXPIRED
Cold


Do you have experience of this supplier? I doubt it. Why are you scaremongering by saying this is a wrecked phone? The reason to possibly stay away from this phone is its known issues.

Here I'll google it for the lazy amongst us >

https://www.google.co.uk/search?sugexp=chrome,mod=0&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=htc+one+known+issues#hl=en&sclient=psy-ab&q=htc+one+known+issues&oq=htc+one+known+issues&gs_l=serp.3..0i8l3j0i22.6724.25410.0.25924.1.1.0.0.0.0.104.104.0j1.1.0...0.0...1c.TYxnRUUgk2c&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.r_qf.&fp=bc72234df5be49fa&biw=1680&bih=925


Sorry if I seem like an ass in this thread or in general, but I hate misinformation. I try and get my facts straight, but it's really difficult dealing with people who don't even have a simple grasp of how to use a search engine or slate a supplier when they actually don't have a clue.




Edited By: fishmaster on Aug 27, 2012 18:46: Doh
lanoormohamed#11
So technically its a person getting second hand phones giving it a one over with a wet wipe and calling it a refurb!
Grade B thats funny.
yasser_7862#12
It only cost £3 max to unlock it off eBay
Marekj#13
I've bought four grade B items from these guys - All, bar one have been 9.5/10 condition.

The other one was more like what they advertise a grade B as; a couple of tiny scratches on the back
rhymer2k#14
lanoormohamed
So technically its a person getting second hand phones giving it a one over with a wet wipe and calling it a refurb!
Grade B thats funny.

Erm i cannot see where you are getting this from. It clearly states the phone is used in the definition, no mention of it being a refurb.
Samplebanned#15
pannan
fishmaster
carrotts
At £239 for grade "b"they must think there are a lot of idiots around!

The problem is that early versions of this phone had a lot of problems, grip of death, screen issues etc. I wouldn't be that confident with a refurb of a One X. You can send it back though there is a warranty.

Err really..I know lots of people with them and none have had issues. Maybe you were thinking about the iphone 4?

I've got (had) a HTC One X which I bought refurbished (with an option to pay for a warranty but ignored it) and guess what, it switched off last night, doesn't charge and doesn't power up into anything, even a bootloader. so shut your trap and do a bit of research.
Samplebanned#16
Mascherano
grade b =wrecked
and what would you class grade C as?
pannan#17
Sample
pannan
fishmaster
carrotts
At £239 for grade "b"they must think there are a lot of idiots around!

The problem is that early versions of this phone had a lot of problems, grip of death, screen issues etc. I wouldn't be that confident with a refurb of a One X. You can send it back though there is a warranty.

Err really..I know lots of people with them and none have had issues. Maybe you were thinking about the iphone 4?

I've got (had) a HTC One X which I bought refurbished (with an option to pay for a warranty but ignored it) and guess what, it switched off last night, doesn't charge and doesn't power up into anything, even a bootloader. so shut your trap and do a bit of research.

Shut my trap , are we in the playground now? Maybe your nick should be Simple, rather than Sample...

So let me get this right, because your phone doesn't work my experience plus those of my acquaintances' is null and void??!
Yours must be the One phone to rule 'em all , I guess.


Edited By: pannan on Aug 29, 2012 11:01
Mascheranobanned 1 Like #18
Sample
Mascherano
grade b =wrecked
and what would you class grade C as?
gash
Samplebanned#19
pannan
Sample
pannan
fishmaster
carrotts
At £239 for grade "b"they must think there are a lot of idiots around!

The problem is that early versions of this phone had a lot of problems, grip of death, screen issues etc. I wouldn't be that confident with a refurb of a One X. You can send it back though there is a warranty.

Err really..I know lots of people with them and none have had issues. Maybe you were thinking about the iphone 4?

I've got (had) a HTC One X which I bought refurbished (with an option to pay for a warranty but ignored it) and guess what, it switched off last night, doesn't charge and doesn't power up into anything, even a bootloader. so shut your trap and do a bit of research.

Shut my trap , are we in the playground now? Maybe your nick should be Simple, rather than Sample...

So let me get this right, because your phone doesn't work my experience plus those of my acquaintances' is null and void??!
Yours must be the One phone to rule 'em all , I guess.


Hahahahaha brilliant pal, except your the one 'claiming' that you know 'loads' of people who haven't had problems with the phone.

Heres a little help for an impotent little mong like yourself.

Maybe instead of criticizing others do what most people do before making such claims.

I would facepalm too, but unfortunately I don't think your worth it..
Samplebanned#20
fishmaster
pannan
fishmaster
carrotts
At £239 for grade "b"they must think there are a lot of idiots around!

The problem is that early versions of this phone had a lot of problems, grip of death, screen issues etc. I wouldn't be that confident with a refurb of a One X. You can send it back though there is a warranty.

Err really..I know lots of people with them and none have had issues. Maybe you were thinking about the iphone 4?

Yes really, why don't you google it. Hmm let me think I do have some reasonable idea about the English language and I can't believe I'd confuse the iphone 4 with HTC One X.

Anyone else need some help using a search engine? http://www.google.co.uk is one place to start, anyone heard of Google here? Btw that's how to do sarcasm.

lol looks like someone beat to me this twit

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