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FS Unlocked iPhone 4 16GB Pictures Up £465.00

jasonsowden Avatar
6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months agoFeedback:34 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
OK here my iPhone 4 for sale.

It was replaced by Apple 16/08 so the serial number on the phone and box do not match but the Apple receipt will be supplied.

Its unmarked and supplied with the charger, manuals and unused headphones.

Pictures will follow as camera is once again flat (damn kids!)
Not looking for any trades.

Payment; PPG (preferred) or BT poss.
Shipping/Payment:
Included in price.
Location:
Crawley / Horsham
jasonsowden Avatar
6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months agoFeedback:34 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
http://img28.imageshack.us/img28/9431/1001773rm.jpg
http://img843.imageshack.us/img843/3540/1001775p.jpg
http://img823.imageshack.us/img823/3806/1001776b.jpg

Edited By: jasonsowden on Aug 30, 2010 00:11: Pics
#2
what GB is this?
#3
blingbling
what GB is this?


Im such a dumb **** sometimes! 16GB and i have amended the post.

thanks
#4
What network is it on & is it sim free or locked to a network?

What was the fault on the original one if you don't mind me asking?
#5
Pr3cious18
What network is it on & is it sim free or locked to a network?

What was the fault on the original one if you don't mind me asking?


Hi, i would assume its sim free as Apple supplied it. The 'old' one gave me electric shocks!! lol
#6
jasonsowden
Pr3cious18
What network is it on & is it sim free or locked to a network?

What was the fault on the original one if you don't mind me asking?


Hi, i would assume its sim free as Apple supplied it. The 'old' one gave me electric shocks!! lol


Oh okay, is the warranty now used up since you had the replacement - or is there warranty on the new one? I will make an offer subject to seeing photos.
#7
Pr3cious18
jasonsowden
Pr3cious18
What network is it on & is it sim free or locked to a network?

What was the fault on the original one if you don't mind me asking?


Hi, i would assume its sim free as Apple supplied it. The 'old' one gave me electric shocks!! lol


Oh okay, is the warranty now used up since you had the replacement - or is there warranty on the new one? I will make an offer subject to seeing photos.


Again i would 'presume' that the warranty runs from the date of the replacement. I will call Apple tomorrow and confirm.
Pictures will be up asap. 8)
#8
Warranty runs from the original purchase date, not the replacement date.
#9
what is the least you will take or would you swap with a iphone 3gs 16gb
#10
Good price OP.
#11
The warranty is still from the original purchase date. Also thr phone is not necessarily unlocked, dont assume so. Apple replaced my iPhone 4 32GB with another Vodafone locked one.

Josh
#12
Ramsay Ladders
Warranty runs from the original purchase date, not the replacement date.


I always thought the warranty started from date of activation ?
#13
mulla 80
what is the least you will take or would you swap with a iphone 3gs 16gb


If you offered £460 i would accept but thats its. Not looking for any trades.
#14
r3tract
The warranty is still from the original purchase date. Also thr phone is not necessarily unlocked, dont assume so. Apple replaced my iPhone 4 32GB with another Vodafone locked one.

Josh

zermattbusby
Ramsay Ladders
Warranty runs from the original purchase date, not the replacement date.


I always thought the warranty started from date of activation ?


I will confirm this with O2/Apple today / tomorrow. But the original phone was bought 3rd July and the Apple replacement 16th Aug.

But the Apple supplied phones are much better than the O2 ones!
#15
mehn wish i have £460 right now
#16
jasonsowden
r3tract
The warranty is still from the original purchase date. Also thr phone is not necessarily unlocked, dont assume so. Apple replaced my iPhone 4 32GB with another Vodafone locked one.

Josh

zermattbusby
Ramsay Ladders
Warranty runs from the original purchase date, not the replacement date.


I always thought the warranty started from date of activation ?


I will confirm this with O2/Apple today / tomorrow. But the original phone was bought 3rd July and the Apple replacement 16th Aug.

But the Apple supplied phones are much better than the O2 ones!


I'm guessing the phone is locked to O2 (unless it can be confirmed)?

I will be using it on t-mobile, so its no use to me unless it is unlocked :(. If worst comes, I'll have to buy it sim free direct from Apple.

Can you please check and confirm?
#17
Pr3cious18
jasonsowden
r3tract
The warranty is still from the original purchase date. Also thr phone is not necessarily unlocked, dont assume so. Apple replaced my iPhone 4 32GB with another Vodafone locked one.

Josh

zermattbusby
Ramsay Ladders
Warranty runs from the original purchase date, not the replacement date.


I always thought the warranty started from date of activation ?


I will confirm this with O2/Apple today / tomorrow. But the original phone was bought 3rd July and the Apple replacement 16th Aug.

But the Apple supplied phones are much better than the O2 ones!


I'm guessing the phone is locked to O2 (unless it can be confirmed)?

I will be using it on t-mobile, so its no use to me unless it is unlocked :(. If worst comes, I'll have to buy it sim free direct from Apple.

Can you please check and confirm?


Hi, just called Apple in Brighton to confirm about 'unlocked' phones.
I was told that once you put a new sim in it locks the phone to that sim........but if you restore the phone and then put another sim in it works fine.

So at the moment the phone is on O2 which i will restore before the sale.
Seeing this is an Apple supplied phone im certain there will be no issues with using a Tmobile sim.

Hope this helps!
#18
jasonsowden
Pr3cious18
jasonsowden
r3tract
The warranty is still from the original purchase date. Also thr phone is not necessarily unlocked, dont assume so. Apple replaced my iPhone 4 32GB with another Vodafone locked one.

Josh

zermattbusby
Ramsay Ladders
Warranty runs from the original purchase date, not the replacement date.


I always thought the warranty started from date of activation ?


I will confirm this with O2/Apple today / tomorrow. But the original phone was bought 3rd July and the Apple replacement 16th Aug.

But the Apple supplied phones are much better than the O2 ones!


I'm guessing the phone is locked to O2 (unless it can be confirmed)?

I will be using it on t-mobile, so its no use to me unless it is unlocked :(. If worst comes, I'll have to buy it sim free direct from Apple.

Can you please check and confirm?


Hi, just called Apple in Brighton to confirm about 'unlocked' phones.
I was told that once you put a new sim in it locks the phone to that sim........but if you restore the phone and then put another sim in it works fine.

So at the moment the phone is on O2 which i will restore before the sale.
Seeing this is an Apple supplied phone im certain there will be no issues with using a Tmobile sim.

Hope this helps!


Okay, can you not restore the phone at your end (ready for the new purchaser). If it is definately unlocked, it will come up with the Congratulations message to confirm it is unlocked.
#19
Pr3cious18
jasonsowden
Pr3cious18
jasonsowden
r3tract
The warranty is still from the original purchase date. Also thr phone is not necessarily unlocked, dont assume so. Apple replaced my iPhone 4 32GB with another Vodafone locked one.

Josh

zermattbusby
Ramsay Ladders
Warranty runs from the original purchase date, not the replacement date.


I always thought the warranty started from date of activation ?


I will confirm this with O2/Apple today / tomorrow. But the original phone was bought 3rd July and the Apple replacement 16th Aug.

But the Apple supplied phones are much better than the O2 ones!


I'm guessing the phone is locked to O2 (unless it can be confirmed)?

I will be using it on t-mobile, so its no use to me unless it is unlocked :(. If worst comes, I'll have to buy it sim free direct from Apple.

Can you please check and confirm?


Hi, just called Apple in Brighton to confirm about 'unlocked' phones.
I was told that once you put a new sim in it locks the phone to that sim........but if you restore the phone and then put another sim in it works fine.

So at the moment the phone is on O2 which i will restore before the sale.
Seeing this is an Apple supplied phone im certain there will be no issues with using a Tmobile sim.

Hope this helps!


Okay, can you not restore the phone at your end (ready for the new purchaser). If it is definately unlocked, it will come up with the Congratulations message to confirm it is unlocked.


I have never seen that on any iphone ive had! Well i can do a restore but without another microsim i think its hard to say. I do have access to a vodafone microsim but that will not be until tomorrow. So if that works then it will be unlocked.

Stay tuned!
#20
OK just popped in to Apple and stuck a vodafone sim in the phone and it lit up saying 'plug in to itunes' and the chap in the shop confirmed it is unlocked.
#21
Withdrawn, just got one on ebay, sorry!

Edited By: paz2k6 on Aug 31, 2010 16:10: Purchased elsewhere.
#22
mumbojumbo
Oooh. Me want!
£460 delivered? I can pay by BT now. Finger poised, ready to hit the button!


All me me me!! of course you can have it for £460! BT is fine and i'll PM you now.
Im sorry for the delay but a lovely power cut has stopped me replying to you sooner!
#23
jasonsowden
mumbojumbo
Oooh. Me want!
£460 delivered? I can pay by BT now. Finger poised, ready to hit the button!


All me me me!! of course you can have it for £460! BT is fine and i'll PM you now.
Im sorry for the delay but a lovely power cut has stopped me replying to you sooner!


All details sent in PM
#24
mumbojumbo
Thanks, Jason. I've replied to your PM and sent payment. :)


Hi, payment received. Phone restored and box ready to go. All explained in a PM

thanks
#25
mumbojumbo
iPhone received today as promised. Looks great...thanks, Jason! :D


My pleasure.
[mod]#26
jasonsowden
Unlocked iPhone 4 16GB Pictures Up

jasonsowden
OK just popped in to Apple and stuck a vodafone sim in the phone and it lit up saying 'plug in to itunes' and the chap in the shop confirmed it is unlocked.

mumbojumbo
Oooh. Me want!
£460 delivered? I can pay by BT now. Finger poised, ready to hit the button!


jasonsowden, could you please get in touch with your buyer - the phone was listed as a new replacement that was 'unlocked' but they have reported that the phone is a refurbished contract iPhone locked to O2 with no means of unlocking.

As this obviously may have effected the buyers offer if they'd know it wasn't unlocked and the item appears not as described could you please get in touch with them directly to resolve the matter and don't engage in any further trading until it is resolved. Any unresolved issues should also be reflected in the feedback comments for this trade. If the buyer has been given incorrect info re unlocking could you please help them resolve this.


Edited By: sigma on Oct 08, 2010 11:11: .
#27
mumbojumbo
It's over 2 weeks since jasonsowden replied to my PM about the iPhone not being unlocked.The phone is not as described. The phone is not fit for its intended purpose and I have been left seriously out of pocket.I have left messages by PM, e-mail and phone asking for a refund on return of the phone, but the seller has failed to respond. The seller has a legal responsibility to make sure goods are accurately described, as he is a helper on a buy/sell Facebook group surely jasonsowden must know that?


If you have his details, take him to small claims. He hasn't fulfilled his side of the contract so you are well within your legal rights to sue him.

If you go down that route, keep a track of hours mileage spent (with receipts) so you can claim full damages.

Although if you have his address I recommend writing him a letter explaining what you are going to do and why before you do it, give him a chance to respond.

Josh
#28
mumbojumbo - prob want to recoup your money, but just FYI - see this
#29
mumbojumbo
jasonsowden, you have failed to make payment again. This is completely unacceptable. :(



Proabably time to take the legal route now as he has not logged on for a month...

Edited By: boothy on Nov 03, 2010 19:18: Jkk
banned#30
Final reminder to OP.

MumboJumbo,

It's only just been over a week, which is relatively quick considering the earlier silence.

However I shall give this another few days here, please update us with a progress report. It does look likely that you may have to pursue independently. As amazed as I am at you returning the phone, the sellers actions will never be acceptable.
banned#31
MumboJumbo,

There has been a significant continuous dialogue from the OP direct to you on this matter. If you're going to report a thread, at least do let us have the full story.

The member is asking you to also acknowledge emails and confirms a payment method is available now should you wish to receive.


JasonOwden,

Regardless of the circumstances, you really should be updating the thread when there's a trade dispute of some sort.


Edited By: aScottishBloke on Nov 03, 2010 21:59: Typo
banned#32
JasonOwden,

With regards to your last statement confirming it's unlocked and the subsequent delay in notification. If this is genuinely the case with it being sold as described, then you should do what you feel is appropriate, e.g. return (signed/insured) or refund via an agreed method and move on.

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