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WTD: 3g iPhone £230.00

bobdylan Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months agoFeedback:215 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
Please let me know what you have, one locked to O2 is fine
bobdylan Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months agoFeedback:215 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
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#1
I have a used one in excelent condition for £300 or brand new sealed one for £340
#2
Thanks but this is my guide price, not set in stone but defo not that high...

Asking Price: 230.00
#3
bobdylan
Thanks but this is my guide price, not set in stone but defo not that high...

Asking Price: 230.00


LOL good luck getting one for £230 I'd say impossible the 2g ones can go for that
#4
£230 for a 3g iphone? no chance
1 Like #5
As I said it is a guide price, if you don't have anything to offer then please don't post and thread spoil
#6
People are just offering advise bud. Guide price or not, you'll have to come up a far whack in order to get an iPhone 3G.
#7
souljacker
£230 for a 3g iphone? no chance


Never say never. Someone might be happy to get quick cash for a no-hassle, fee-free trade. It's still a lot of money, and I know as a buyer I wouldn't be willing to pay much more for an iPhone now with the new model being released soon. Wait a month and you'll probably find special prices on this model - I'd guess £250-£275 new
#8
spritey
People are just offering advise bud. Guide price or not, you'll have to come up a far whack in order to get an iPhone 3G.


Thanks but don't need that sort of advice :?
#9
Liddle ol' me
Never say never. Someone might be happy to get quick cash for a no-hassle, fee-free trade. It's still a lot of money, and I know as a buyer I wouldn't be willing to pay much more for an iPhone now with the new model being released soon. Wait a month and you'll probably find special prices on this model - I'd guess £250-£275 new


:thumbsup:
#10
Liddle ol' me
Never say never. Someone might be happy to get quick cash for a no-hassle, fee-free trade. It's still a lot of money, and I know as a buyer I wouldn't be willing to pay much more for an iPhone now with the new model being released soon. Wait a month and you'll probably find special prices on this model - I'd guess £250-£275 new


1) Yes it's likely a new one will come out, but nobody knows the details of that yet.

2) It highly unlikely it will be aviaible on 'Pay as you go' on launch day, like the iPhone 3G.. Due to the fact that contracts are more financially beneficial, so the first stock will be allocated to that. So similarity, the iPhone 3G will hold it's resale value just like the iPhone 2G did in the same situation. So even if a new one comes out, the iPhone 3G will not drop in value any time soon.

3) Nobody knows what the new iPhone will be priced at, if it does come out.. Current reports seem to point that the iPhone 3G will be kept in production with the new one being a top end model.

At the end of the day, everything is speculation currently. However, if you look at what happened previously and how the iPhone 2G held it's value, then it's highly unlikely you'll see a drop.
#11
spritey
1) Yes it's likely a new one will come out, but nobody knows the details of that yet.

2) It highly unlikely it will be aviaible on 'Pay as you go' on launch day, like the iPhone 3G.. Due to the fact that contracts are more financially beneficial, so the first stock will be allocated to that. So similarity, the iPhone 3G will hold it's resale value just like the iPhone 2G did in the same situation. So even if a new one comes out, the iPhone 3G will not drop in value any time soon.

3) Nobody knows what the new iPhone will be priced at, if it does come out.. Current reports seem to point that the iPhone 3G will be kept in production with the new one being a top end model.

At the end of the day, everything is speculation currently. However, if you look at what happened previously and how the iPhone 2G held it's value, then it's highly unlikely you'll see a drop.


We'll see about that. You sound like you are marketing for Apple! Current climate might actually suggest a more reasonably priced model, even with the improved features it is supposed to include.

I think it's nearly certain Apple will show off the next iPhone on June 8 at the convention. And I think anyone in the market for one should at least wait until then to see if there are any surprises. There is a good chance O2 will drop prices to clear stock if surprises are in store... ;-)
#12
Liddle ol' me
We'll see about that. You sound like you are marketing for Apple! Current climate might actually suggest a more reasonably priced model, even with the improved features it is supposed to include.

I think it's nearly certain Apple will show off the next iPhone on June 8 at the convention. And I think anyone in the market for one should at least wait until then to see if there are any surprises. There is a good chance O2 will drop prices to clear stock if surprises are in store... ;-)


As i said, speculation. You're trying to propose a devaluation of a product by trying to predict the future. Sure a new one may come out, nobody knows whether this will simply be a high end product keeping the current offerings in place... Infact, it would make good business sense to do so. The iPhone 3G is still selling incredibly well. It was a different story with the iPhone 2G.. Even then, it held it's value.

'Current Climate' - Have you seen Apples performance both financially and on the markets. They're continuing to grow.. Apple also aren't known for discounting their products.

Also, while you're predicting Apples product rollout... Could you please send me over next weeks winning lottery numbers. Cheers
#13
Yeh, take the advice of others, go for a 2g if you can only scrape together £230 and stop giving them stick for advising you :thumbsup:
#14
spritey
As i said, speculation. You're trying to propose a devaluation of a product by trying to predict the future.


Spot on. That's exactly what I'm doing! :thumbsup: (now we better move this conversation to the correct forum if we want to continue)
#15
dean3988
Yeh, take the advice of others, go for a 2g if you can only scrape together £230 and stop giving them stick for advising you :thumbsup:


Thanks already own a 2g iPhone which I would be more than happy to sell to someone for £230 :thumbsup:

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