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Samsung S7 Edge white, unlocked, refurb PRISTINE with 12 months warranty £364.99 @ Music Magpie

£364.99 @ Music Magpie
Good deal for a still great phone! Full price is £389.99 but takes £25 off when added to basket. 12 months warranty. We got gold 32gb s7 flat pristine refurb this week for £350, came in boxed with … Read More
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1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago
Good deal for a still great phone! Full price is £389.99 but takes £25 off when added to basket. 12 months warranty.

We got gold 32gb s7 flat pristine refurb this week for £350, came in boxed with QC2.0 wall brick, usb cable, sim tool, USB-OTG adapter and also brand new earphones in little plastic carry box.

No marks on the phone whatsoever.

This seems to be much better than O2 refresh (although done it in the past) - just saves you hassle with contract cancellations.

5 in stock at time of posting.

Free postage or pay extra for next day delivery.
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1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago
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1 Like #1
Why is this cold? Stupid community...
3 Likes #2
Multieman
Why is this cold? Stupid community...
I know it's ridiculous this site apple voters vote cold whatever and Samsung the same with apple.its becoming a joke actually
#3
Absolutely awesome price as recycling is 320 not much more for pristine have some heat:)
#4
good price if you look at the current market. cex have this on for £440!!
banned#5
Ex-display, avoid!
#6
staceyuk
Ex-display, avoid!
?? Ex display? Highly doubt it..
#7
well it was £312 like new on o2 around a week ago. and eBay has it for less than this I'm pretty sure along with Amazon marketplace
#8
silverblueray
well it was £312 like new on o2 around a week ago. and eBay has it for less than this I'm pretty sure along with Amazon marketplace
Thing is you don't have to deal with cancellations with o2, this comes with 12 months warranty vs eBay - none and no, there isn't any on Amazon with similar price.
#9
There description of pristine no where addresses aesthetic condition, merely working order. I would not feel comfortable ordering without having some written assurance of the physical condition before I ordered.
4 Likes #10
Multieman
Why is this cold? Stupid community...

They vote everything cold. They all want an S8 for 50p.They even voted a phone case cold because it was too cheap lol
1 Like #11
bednim
silverblueray
well it was £312 like new on o2 around a week ago. and eBay has it for less than this I'm pretty sure along with Amazon marketplace
Thing is you don't have to deal with cancellations with o2, this comes with 12 months warranty vs eBay - none and no, there isn't any on Amazon with similar price.


wrong, eBay sellers do offer warranty anywhere from 6 to 24 months. and wrong again, Amazon new/used do offer very good condition phones for around £370 all the way down to £317
#12
silverblueray
bednim
silverblueray
well it was £312 like new on o2 around a week ago. and eBay has it for less than this I'm pretty sure along with Amazon marketplace
Thing is you don't have to deal with cancellations with o2, this comes with 12 months warranty vs eBay - none and no, there isn't any on Amazon with similar price.
wrong, eBay sellers do offer warranty anywhere from 6 to 24 months. and wrong again, Amazon new/used do offer very good condition phones for around £370 all the way down to £317
Just looked on amazon - nothing there for this price. Ebay warranty? Unless it's curry's or argos selling it, you'd have to pay extra for 12 months warranty.
#13
jiraiya
There description of pristine no where addresses aesthetic condition, merely working order. I would not feel comfortable ordering without having some written assurance of the physical condition before I ordered.
Yes they do at the bottom of their website...
#14
bednim
silverblueray
bednim
silverblueray
well it was £312 like new on o2 around a week ago. and eBay has it for less than this I'm pretty sure along with Amazon marketplace
Thing is you don't have to deal with cancellations with o2, this comes with 12 months warranty vs eBay - none and no, there isn't any on Amazon with similar price.
wrong, eBay sellers do offer warranty anywhere from 6 to 24 months. and wrong again, Amazon new/used do offer very good condition phones for around £370 all the way down to £317
Just looked on amazon - nothing there for this price. Ebay warranty? Unless it's curry's or argos selling it, you'd have to pay extra for 12 months warranty.


wrong, 12 months warranty, good condition, not Argos or currys, £369 eBay did you even look?

£359 very good condition and some have warranty. all Amazon warehouse deals automatically receive 12 months warranty
#15
ihatebingo
Multieman
Why is this cold? Stupid community...
I know it's ridiculous this site apple voters vote cold whatever and Samsung the same with apple.its becoming a joke actually


Have you just made that up or do you have a reason to think it? Could just be people who begrudge paying more than 50p for phones - I notice a lot of cost-moaning on here. I think to blame it on Apple users and Samsung users is simplifying it a bit too much, and perhaps paying too much attention to the trolls, who could well just be children who own neither an iPhone or a Samsung.
#16
bednim
silverblueray
well it was £312 like new on o2 around a week ago. and eBay has it for less than this I'm pretty sure along with Amazon marketplace
Thing is you don't have to deal with cancellations with o2, this comes with 12 months warranty vs eBay - none and no, there isn't any on Amazon with similar price.


You also have to actually find one from O2 as they're rarely in stock. They also don't come with any official accessories or the original box. Then you have to flash stock firmware onto it if you want fast updates. And then prepare to ring O2 when they send you a £500 bill for no reason.
#17
silverblueray
bednim
silverblueray
well it was £312 like new on o2 around a week ago. and eBay has it for less than this I'm pretty sure along with Amazon marketplace
Thing is you don't have to deal with cancellations with o2, this comes with 12 months warranty vs eBay - none and no, there isn't any on Amazon with similar price.


wrong, eBay sellers do offer warranty anywhere from 6 to 24 months. and wrong again, Amazon new/used do offer very good condition phones for around £370 all the way down to £317


eBay seller warranties are entirely worthless. They might as well promise you the moon. The only legitimately useful warranty on eBay is the 6 month cover PayPal offers.
#18
silverblueray
bednim
silverblueray
bednim
silverblueray
well it was £312 like new on o2 around a week ago. and eBay has it for less than this I'm pretty sure along with Amazon marketplace
Thing is you don't have to deal with cancellations with o2, this comes with 12 months warranty vs eBay - none and no, there isn't any on Amazon with similar price.
wrong, eBay sellers do offer warranty anywhere from 6 to 24 months. and wrong again, Amazon new/used do offer very good condition phones for around £370 all the way down to £317
Just looked on amazon - nothing there for this price. Ebay warranty? Unless it's curry's or argos selling it, you'd have to pay extra for 12 months warranty.
wrong, 12 months warranty, good condition, not Argos or currys, £369 eBay did you even look?£359 very good condition and some have warranty. all Amazon warehouse deals automatically receive 12 months warranty
Right, your eBay link doesn't work for me, don't know why. Yes I've looked and I honestly don't trust eBay sellers warranties unless they are from reputable seller.
Amazon will give you 12 month warranty for Amazon warehouse if purchased from Amazon, don't think 3rd party sellers are eligible for that. I've looked on Amazon and couldn't see one for around £370 for like new condition. Very good condition condition isn't same as like new, which would be prisitine music magpie equivalent.
Anyway, if you're happy to save few quid and get it from ebay or amazon seller, feel free to do so.

Thanks
#19
I'm genuinely so annoyed. How did this get to - 112? Is this a joke?
#20
Multieman
I'm genuinely so annoyed. How did this get to - 112? Is this a joke?
I don't care no more, just hope some folks used my finding to get their new mobile. Thanks tho!
#21
wouldnt get refurbished . if phone was open in any way it wont be water resistant anymore.

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