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Apple iPhone 5C (16GB) - Blue - Factory Unlocked -refurb- 1 year warrenty - £99.99 @ Quick Mobile Fix

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Apple iPhone 5C (16GB) - Blue - Factory Unlocked FULLY TESTED, IN USED COSMETIC CONDITION - 1 YEAR WARRANTY 1. In Very Good Condition 2. Fully tested, fully functional and working 3. Light…
Apple iPhone 5C (16GB) - Blue - Factory Unlocked FULLY TESTED, IN USED COSMETIC CONDITION - 1 YEAR WARRANTY 1. In Very Good Condition 2. Fully tested, fully functional and working 3. Light…
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A friend just got his. Cheap replacement screen and faulty headphone socket. Will not recommend these cowboys to anyone else.
Ah, that'd explain it. Thanks!
wenttoabetterplace
fazeypie
I ordered a 'perfect' 5S from 02 last night for my son to play Pokemon go. It arrived in immaculate condition with the apple film still on it & with a lightning cable. The battery doesn't seem to last as long as my SE but I have to admit I forgot to get him to select the battery saver mode in the game. I'm really pleased so far, I've seen people ask for £150 for 5Ss on Facebook selling sites & God knows how old they are & how long they'd last!
The battery won't ever last as long as the SE. The SE processor is a much more powerful yet frugal beast!
What's the matter slick forget to check your credit file or something.
eslick
dwl99
Am I correct in thinking that if I get the O2 5S as a near-perfect phone I would need to get it as a monthly contract, request a free unlock code then cancel the contract? It's also available on PAYG for a few pounds more but I'm not sure what their unlocking policy is for PAYG.
The pay as you go ones normally cost a few quid to unlock, we got on on the refresh a few weeks ago and there was a big difference in price, £96 against £168 I think but if there isn't then easier all round to go for PAYG at least that way you keep Chrispaps12 happy which is what all this site is about :)
Let get credit on everything £50 to fill up my car if I was slick I would get it on credit, £5 Mac Donald's credit please.
dwl99
Am I correct in thinking that if I get the O2 5S as a near-perfect phone I would need to get it as a monthly contract, request a free unlock code then cancel the contract? It's also available on PAYG for a few pounds more but I'm not sure what their unlocking policy is for PAYG.

The pay as you go ones normally cost a few quid to unlock, we got on on the refresh a few weeks ago and there was a big difference in price, £96 against £168 I think but if there isn't then easier all round to go for PAYG at least that way you keep Chrispaps12 happy which is what all this site is about :)
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