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AppleiPhone 5S - Gold - 16GB - EE/T Mobile/Orange £345.00

skinrush Avatar
2y, 6m agoPosted 2 years, 6 months agoFeedback:104 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Seling an iPhone 5S in Gold

Locked to EE/Orange/T Mobile

16GB

In Excellent Condition - Boxed with unused EarPods

Warranty until 6th May 15

Price includes special delivery

Payment by bank transfer please.

Thanks
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skinrush Avatar
2y, 6m agoPosted 2 years, 6 months agoFeedback:104 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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what's the lowest you would take?

what's the reason for sale and is this currently under any contract?
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johnny_robinson
what's the lowest you would take?

what's the reason for sale and is this currently under any contract?

I'm looking for asking price. It was a contract upgrade yes.
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skinrush
johnny_robinson
what's the lowest you would take?

what's the reason for sale and is this currently under any contract?

I'm looking for asking price. It was a contract upgrade yes.

ahh ok no problem, sorry too much of a risk to take with a phone that still within contract :-)
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johnny_robinson
skinrush
johnny_robinson
what's the lowest you would take?

what's the reason for sale and is this currently under any contract?

I'm looking for asking price. It was a contract upgrade yes.

ahh ok no problem, sorry too much of a risk to take with a phone that still within contract :-)

Eh ? What risk ? I said that it was locked to EE/T Mobile/Orange. The iPhone 5S was only released 10 months ago, so every phone that's locked to a network will be on contract. The only way that you're going to get an iphone 5S that isn't on contract is if someone has paid for it to be unlocked or if it was bought unlocked from Apple.

There's about as much risk with buying this as buying any other used item. Except that this has about 10 month's of warranty with it.


Edited By: skinrush on Jul 15, 2014 11:16
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skinrush
johnny_robinson
skinrush
johnny_robinson
what's the lowest you would take?

what's the reason for sale and is this currently under any contract?

I'm looking for asking price. It was a contract upgrade yes.

ahh ok no problem, sorry too much of a risk to take with a phone that still within contract :-)

Eh ? What risk ? I said that it was locked to EE/T Mobile/Orange. The iPhone 5S was only released 10 months ago, so every phone that's locked to a network will be on contract. The only way that you're going to get an iphone 5S that isn't on contract is if someone has paid for it to be unlocked or if it was bought unlocked from Apple.

There's about as much risk with buying this as buying any other used item. Except that this has about 10 month's of warranty with it.


the risk is the fact if the bill is not paid and then the phone is locked!

and the phone could well be locked to a network and not in a contract, someone may have paid the contract off early :-).
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johnny_robinson
skinrush
johnny_robinson
skinrush
johnny_robinson
what's the lowest you would take?

what's the reason for sale and is this currently under any contract?

I'm looking for asking price. It was a contract upgrade yes.

ahh ok no problem, sorry too much of a risk to take with a phone that still within contract :-)

Eh ? What risk ? I said that it was locked to EE/T Mobile/Orange. The iPhone 5S was only released 10 months ago, so every phone that's locked to a network will be on contract. The only way that you're going to get an iphone 5S that isn't on contract is if someone has paid for it to be unlocked or if it was bought unlocked from Apple.

There's about as much risk with buying this as buying any other used item. Except that this has about 10 month's of warranty with it.


the risk is the fact if the bill is not paid and then the phone is locked!

and the phone could well be locked to a network and not in a contract, someone may have paid the contract off early :-).

Fair enough. Thanks for your interest.

Edited By: skinrush on Jul 15, 2014 15:22: .
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