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iphone 6 64 gb perfectly fine £312.00 o2 refresh

£312.00 @ O2
yes,,,its iphone, and perfectly finr, but for £312 its 64gb. like new and perfect also avaialble for more cash o2 refresh - yes...o2 will bill you wrong...so be prepared for live chat Read More
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yes,,,its iphone, and perfectly finr, but for £312 its 64gb. like new and perfect also avaialble for more cash

o2 refresh - yes...o2 will bill you wrong...so be prepared for live chat
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2 Likes #1
Two year old phone for over £300! WTF?
2 Likes #2
After iPhone 6 there is iPhone 6s and then iPhone 7.
£312 for a iPhone 6 which was released in 2014 is over priced Imo and that too it's not even brand new..

Edited By: vassy4u on Dec 29, 2016 17:00
#3
vassy4u
After iPhone 6 there is iPhone 6s and then iPhone 7.
£312 for a iPhone 6 which was released in 2014 is over priced Imo.
Yeah, what I said.
2 Likes #4
I suppose the point is,that the market dictates the price via the consumer. Android myself, but iphones are good phones with great support. So.... If theres any better deals on this post it.

Huawei p9 is way better imo.
#5
mbriggs1469
I suppose the point is,that the market dictates the price via the consumer. Android myself, but iphones are good phones with great support. So.... If theres any better deals on this post it.

Huawei p9 is way better imo.


The value is in what people are willing to pay for it. The 6 is still a great phone and doesn't run Android so can't be compared with Androids, since Androids won't work with iMessage etc. The 6 is still worth this because it's an iPhone. If it were an S5 then of course it wouldn't be, because people aren't willing to pay that.

I have a P9 myself and it's annoying the hell out of me. Been waiting for the beta of Nougat through the official channel for a month now when it claims two weeks. So many bugs and annoyances with Huawei's additions to the software that I can't personally use it day to day - hoping EMUI 5 fixes many of these things for me
1 Like #6
As an iPhone user myself, I don't think this is worth the money, it's over 2 years old and with any phone the battery capacity will deplete over time, so this could only hold 60-70% of its full capacity
1 Like #7
Cex selling these for a lot more in fact I have just sold one to them for £225 (could of got more online but didn't want the hassle ), so don't think i did too bad when you
See the price they are dropping too.
#8
nathan3007
As an iPhone user myself, I don't think this is worth the money, it's over 2 years old and with any phone the battery capacity will deplete over time, so this could only hold 60-70% of its full capacity
The phone you receive will not be two years old, though the model has been available for two years.
#9
damadgeruk
nathan3007
As an iPhone user myself, I don't think this is worth the money, it's over 2 years old and with any phone the battery capacity will deplete over time, so this could only hold 60-70% of its full capacity
The phone you receive will not be two years old, though the model has been available for two years.
Still, even after less than a year my iPhone 6s had lost around 20% capacity. It's still quite pricey for a phone (despite it being around half the cost of new)
#10
nathan3007
As an iPhone user myself, I don't think this is worth the money, it's over 2 years old and with any phone the battery capacity will deplete over time, so this could only hold 60-70% of its full capacity


If this phone has 60% battery capacity, Apple will replace the phone under warranty. I've never had an iPhone where the battery has depleted that much (I know it happens though)
2 Likes #11
iPhones hold their value tell me of one less than 300
#12
ibzy458
iPhones hold their value tell me of one less than 300
This One
#13
I didn't realise it was less than 300
#14
nathan3007
ibzy458
iPhones hold their value tell me of one less than 300
This One


I didn't realise it was less than 300 ha ha
1 Like #15
misterleoni
mbriggs1469
I suppose the point is,that the market dictates the price via the consumer. Android myself, but iphones are good phones with great support. So.... If theres any better deals on this post it.

Huawei p9 is way better imo.


The value is in what people are willing to pay for it. The 6 is still a great phone and doesn't run Android so can't be compared with Androids, since Androids won't work with iMessage etc. The 6 is still worth this because it's an iPhone. If it were an S5 then of course it wouldn't be, because people aren't willing to pay that.

I have a P9 myself and it's annoying the hell out of me. Been waiting for the beta of Nougat through the official channel for a month now when it claims two weeks. So many bugs and annoyances with Huawei's additions to the software that I can't personally use it day to day - hoping EMUI 5 fixes many of these things for me


Hence the price we are willing to pay for iPhones.
#16
nathan3007
damadgeruk
nathan3007
As an iPhone user myself, I don't think this is worth the money, it's over 2 years old and with any phone the battery capacity will deplete over time, so this could only hold 60-70% of its full capacity
The phone you receive will not be two years old, though the model has been available for two years.
Still, even after less than a year my iPhone 6s had lost around 20% capacity. It's still quite pricey for a phone (despite it being around half the cost of new)
Doesn't matter what you think, it's priced at what the market dictates. If this is cheaper than what is currently available new in other stores, then it is a hot deal.
#17
krisward7955
nathan3007
As an iPhone user myself, I don't think this is worth the money, it's over 2 years old and with any phone the battery capacity will deplete over time, so this could only hold 60-70% of its full capacity
If this phone has 60% battery capacity, Apple will replace the phone under warranty. I've never had an iPhone where the battery has depleted that much (I know it happens though)

Incorrect. Apple will only do this for a phone under warranty. They will not do this on a second hand phone you purchased out of warranty.
#18
eddibabyyeah
krisward7955
nathan3007
As an iPhone user myself, I don't think this is worth the money, it's over 2 years old and with any phone the battery capacity will deplete over time, so this could only hold 60-70% of its full capacity
If this phone has 60% battery capacity, Apple will replace the phone under warranty. I've never had an iPhone where the battery has depleted that much (I know it happens though)

Incorrect. Apple will only do this for a phone under warranty. They will not do this on a second hand phone you purchased out of warranty.


I never said anything about the phone being out of warranty. The phone model is 2 years old.
#19
My post even says "under warranty" so well done for not reading it
#20
o2 refresh is a big big big massive scam.
just found they charged my bank account £409.00 5 weeks after I canceled my contract and paid the phone price.

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