iPhone 6s 128GB Silver Unlocked Refurbished Excellent 1 year warranty £399.99 (poss £394.49 with cashback) @ Envirofone - HotUKDeals
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iPhone 6s 128GB Silver Unlocked Refurbished Excellent 1 year warranty £399.99 (poss £394.49 with cashback) @ Envirofone

£399.99 @ Envirofone Shop
£399 minus £5.50 of Quidco Cashback = £394.49 Best deal out there for a refurbished - excellent quality - iPhone 6s 128GB Silver with 1 year warranty and purchased from a imho reliable seller. "…
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
£399 minus £5.50 of Quidco Cashback = £394.49

Best deal out there for a refurbished - excellent quality - iPhone 6s 128GB Silver with 1 year warranty and purchased from a imho reliable seller.

"Refurbished Excellent": An excellent condition product that has very minor isolated wear and tear to the front, back or sides. This product is fully functional and in excellent working order

Rated as 8.8 out of 10 on trustpilot with almost 1000 reviews
https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/shop.envirofone.com
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#1
I got mine refresh 02 and I changed the sim deal to suit me and it cost £179 try
#2
sox5
I got mine refresh 02 and I changed the sim deal to suit me and it cost £179 try
yes the 16GB perhaps..
1 Like #3
Yes your right it was that won don't do much with my phone so sorry I don't know what is good between the gb
1 Like #4
Why so cold seems like a pretty good deal?
#5
fuzzyman
Why so cold seems like a pretty good deal?
I guess most of the people voting cold have no idea of what an iPhone 6s 128GB is valued in the market..
1 Like #6
Definitely hot, it's a great deal for an iPhone 6s 128GB
1 Like #7
Hot from me ;-)
#8
bargainHook
fuzzyman
Why so cold seems like a pretty good deal?
I guess most of the people voting cold have no idea of what an iPhone 6s 128GB is valued in the market..
Yes most people do know what the value of iphone 6s is on the market, less than £100 to make and sell, £200 - £400 cash profit for the fruit company.
#9
it's not a bad deal, I paid £370 recently for a refurb 64GB but for me I won't even use half of that storage. If you need 128GB seems quite cheap.
#10
The offer was so cold that they finished all the stock.. :p
3 Likes #11
samseng
bargainHook
fuzzyman
Why so cold seems like a pretty good deal?
I guess most of the people voting cold have no idea of what an iPhone 6s 128GB is valued in the market..
Yes most people do know what the value of iphone 6s is on the market, less than £100 to make and sell, £200 - £400 cash profit for the fruit company.


If you think that's true then you need to go to business school and learn that R&D, marketing, warranty fulfilment, staff employment, transport costs and logistics, software development work and other peripheral requirements for manufacturers aren't free. It's not like Geppeto making a wooden puppet in his shed - things cost more than just parts to make. Not saying Apple don't make a good profit - they do - but they've earned it through clever management, fulfilment of expectation and - undeniably - solid products. Remember that high-end Androids such as Samsung devices cost just as much to buy as Apple ones, they just come cheaper on the second hand market (which of course is bad for the original buyer of that particular Samsung)

I'm guessing by your use of 'the fruit company' that you're irrationally hateful of particular phone companies but I just thought I ought to respond to this, just in case anyone else was interested.

Edited By: misterleoni on Dec 11, 2016 19:31: Error
#12
The downside to buying from recycling companies is that they are often quite forgiving in their definitions of condition in my experience. You also have the risk of the phone being blocked down the line, since the phone could be a contract phone that someone decides not to pay down the line - yes this is unlocked but it could have been bought on Three - and they do block phones for non-payment of bills.

This is a decent price though, even with that in mind, and could be worth a punt.
#13
misterleoni
samseng
bargainHook
fuzzyman
Why so cold seems like a pretty good deal?
I guess most of the people voting cold have no idea of what an iPhone 6s 128GB is valued in the market..
Yes most people do know what the value of iphone 6s is on the market, less than £100 to make and sell, £200 - £400 cash profit for the fruit company.
If you think that's true then you need to go to business school and learn that R&D, marketing, warranty fulfilment, staff employment, transport costs and logistics, software development work and other peripheral requirements for manufacturers aren't free. It's not like Geppeto making a wooden puppet in his shed - things cost more than just parts to make. Not saying Apple don't make a good profit - they do - but they've earned it through clever management, fulfilment of expectation and - undeniably - solid products. Remember that high-end Androids such as Samsung devices cost just as much to buy as Apple ones, they just come cheaper on the second hand market (which of course is bad for the original buyer of that particular Samsung)
I'm guessing by your use of 'the fruit company' that you're irrationally hateful of particular phone companies but I just thought I ought to respond to this, just in case anyone else was interested.
Actually I am a fruit user (mac) and sorry to disappoint you further, I have been there and done it. i.e. being on a board of directors on an MNC who manufactures in partnership for other well known internationally branded MNC including mobiles phones etc, so I know it is true, otherwise I would not have made the statement even though it was part in jest
#14
samseng
misterleoni
samseng
bargainHook
fuzzyman
Why so cold seems like a pretty good deal?
I guess most of the people voting cold have no idea of what an iPhone 6s 128GB is valued in the market..
Yes most people do know what the value of iphone 6s is on the market, less than £100 to make and sell, £200 - £400 cash profit for the fruit company.
If you think that's true then you need to go to business school and learn that R&D, marketing, warranty fulfilment, staff employment, transport costs and logistics, software development work and other peripheral requirements for manufacturers aren't free. It's not like Geppeto making a wooden puppet in his shed - things cost more than just parts to make. Not saying Apple don't make a good profit - they do - but they've earned it through clever management, fulfilment of expectation and - undeniably - solid products. Remember that high-end Androids such as Samsung devices cost just as much to buy as Apple ones, they just come cheaper on the second hand market (which of course is bad for the original buyer of that particular Samsung)
I'm guessing by your use of 'the fruit company' that you're irrationally hateful of particular phone companies but I just thought I ought to respond to this, just in case anyone else was interested.
Actually I am a fruit user (mac) and sorry to disappoint you further, I have been there and done it. i.e. being on a board of directors on an MNC who manufactures in partnership for other well known internationally branded MNC including mobiles phones etc, so I know it is true, otherwise I would not have made the statement even though it was part in jest


Given what you have just said, I'm surprised you wouldn't know better to be honest. It's an expensive business running a company like Apple or Samsung - people forget this when they criticise them for charging so much more than cheapo Chinese OEMs like Ulefone, who can basically just cr** out as many phones as they like with no need to worry about after-sales, marketing, warranties or other such matters.

As previously mentioned, this price is expensive compared to an equivalent aged LG or Sony but consider that the person selling it would have got a better deal out of it for that reason. Sometimes it's better to pay £620 for an iPhone than £550 for an LG if the LG can end up being sold a few months later for £250 - as mine did. You'd get that for a three year old iPhone.

Edited By: misterleoni on Dec 11, 2016 20:48: Error
#15
misterleoni
samseng
misterleoni
samseng
bargainHook
fuzzyman
Why so cold seems like a pretty good deal?
I guess most of the people voting cold have no idea of what an iPhone 6s 128GB is valued in the market..
Yes most people do know what the value of iphone 6s is on the market, less than £100 to make and sell, £200 - £400 cash profit for the fruit company.
If you think that's true then you need to go to business school and learn that R&D, marketing, warranty fulfilment, staff employment, transport costs and logistics, software development work and other peripheral requirements for manufacturers aren't free. It's not like Geppeto making a wooden puppet in his shed - things cost more than just parts to make. Not saying Apple don't make a good profit - they do - but they've earned it through clever management, fulfilment of expectation and - undeniably - solid products. Remember that high-end Androids such as Samsung devices cost just as much to buy as Apple ones, they just come cheaper on the second hand market (which of course is bad for the original buyer of that particular Samsung)
I'm guessing by your use of 'the fruit company' that you're irrationally hateful of particular phone companies but I just thought I ought to respond to this, just in case anyone else was interested.
Actually I am a fruit user (mac) and sorry to disappoint you further, I have been there and done it. i.e. being on a board of directors on an MNC who manufactures in partnership for other well known internationally branded MNC including mobiles phones etc, so I know it is true, otherwise I would not have made the statement even though it was part in jest
Given what you have just said, I'm surprised you wouldn't know better to be honest. It's an expensive business running a company like Apple or Samsung - people forget this when they criticise them for charging so much more than cheapo Chinese OEMs like Ulefone, who can basically just cr** out as many phones as they like with no need to worry about after-sales, marketing, warranties or other such matters.
As previously mentioned, this price is expensive compared to an equivalent aged LG or Sony but consider that the person selling it would have got a better deal out of it for that reason. Sometimes it's better to pay £620 for an iPhone than £550 for an LG if the LG can end up being sold a few months later for £250 - as mine did. You'd get that for a three year old iPhone.
Surprise or ignorant who cares. I spent most of my formative years running companies and making and making lots lots more dosh for my chairman / shareholders (who are already millionaires or billionaires) and I still don't think there is anything wrong with it. I have been involved in so much product / service design development, marketing and promotion than I care to remember and human nature is such as there will always be someone who will pay for something irrespective ............
Nor will I bother to spend time educating the masses on marketing or production etc
Now if you spend sometime with a shaolin monk .than you see someone who sees the world from a different perspective............ :-)

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