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Apple IPhone 11 Pro 64GB Refurbished Good Condition Smartphone Vodafone - £619.87 / £646.37 For Very Good With Code @ Music Magpie / Ebay
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Apple IPhone 11 Pro 64GB Refurbished Good Condition Smartphone Vodafone - £619.87 / £646.37 For Very Good With Code @ Music Magpie / Ebay

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Posted 18th Oct 2020

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10% will automatically apply at checkout, plus use the code PICK5OFF for a further 5% off, described as good condition, which can mean anything from dragged through marge Simpsons hair, or Immaculate

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Good – This product will show moderate signs of wear and tear, the item has been fully tested, restored to factory settings and is in excellent working order.
You’re getting a great device at a great price!
This iPhone doesn't include its original box.

As well as a great value iPhone, you will also receive:
  • FREE 12 Months Warranty
  • FREE USB Charging Cable
  • FREE Sim Opening Tool
  • FREE Royal Mail 48hrs delivery
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ryan_reynolds18/10/2020 18:47

Isheep baaaahh baaaaa


5 years using android and i really like it, but some things are more important. I value my privacy and security, something android can't give me, so I'm moving back to Apple.
ryan_reynolds18/10/2020 18:47

Isheep baaaahh baaaaa


And wherever there is iPhone news, there will always be Android users, wishing they had something better to do..
wingedmonkey18/10/2020 17:11

If it needs unlocking by Vodafone, good luck. They have the worst customer …If it needs unlocking by Vodafone, good luck. They have the worst customer service of any company I've ever come across. I will never go back to Vodafone again. Luckily i managed to get out of my contract after 3 months.Edit: Doh, sent without finishing. I'd wait for another unlocked or one for your network shows up. They update stock quite often


Say what you like about Vodafone CS but their unlock process is web-based, automatic and reliable!
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Is it easy to get it unlocked?
techxz18/10/2020 17:08

Is it easy to get it unlocked?


If it needs unlocking by Vodafone, good luck. They have the worst customer service of any company I've ever come across. I will never go back to Vodafone again. Luckily i managed to get out of my contract after 3 months.

Edit: Doh, sent without finishing. I'd wait for another unlocked or one for your network shows up. They update stock quite often
Edited by: "wingedmonkey" 18th Oct
techxz18/10/2020 17:08

Is it easy to get it unlocked?


Yeah, get a free payg Sim, put it in the phone, use it once in a 30 Day period, ring Vodafone up on day 31, and they'll unlock for free, otherwise you can pay for ebay codes.
techxz18/10/2020 17:08

Is it easy to get it unlocked?


ForVodafone you use it for 30 days with any Vodafone SIM (PAYG or contract) and they will unlock for free. Like all iPhones it gets unlocked via Apple’s servers
Already dropping like a stone
fossit18/10/2020 17:16

Already dropping like a stone


Well its not 12 is it.
Cheaper than the New iPhone 12 mini
Edited by: "S3XTÖY" 19th Oct
MrSwitch18/10/2020 17:12

Yeah, get a free payg Sim, put it in the phone, use it once in a 30 Day …Yeah, get a free payg Sim, put it in the phone, use it once in a 30 Day period, ring Vodafone up on day 31, and they'll unlock for free, otherwise you can pay for ebay codes.


You need to use it a few times (but not every day) over a 30 day period. Can’t see eBay codes doing anything as the only reliable unlock is Apple’s activation server!
techxz18/10/2020 17:08

Is it easy to get it unlocked?


Fill out a form on vodafone website like name SIM, tariff, IMEI etc then wait for the important email to find out it's unlocked. Took me 3 tries in 2 months btw.
wingedmonkey18/10/2020 17:11

If it needs unlocking by Vodafone, good luck. They have the worst customer …If it needs unlocking by Vodafone, good luck. They have the worst customer service of any company I've ever come across. I will never go back to Vodafone again. Luckily i managed to get out of my contract after 3 months.Edit: Doh, sent without finishing. I'd wait for another unlocked or one for your network shows up. They update stock quite often


Say what you like about Vodafone CS but their unlock process is web-based, automatic and reliable!
Can you pay monthly?
NAJ2218/10/2020 17:41

Can you pay monthly?


PayPal credit 4 months I think.
Good price the 12 pro is a great phone.

One of the best for batter
Edited by: "cigbunt" 18th Oct
BrianM18/10/2020 17:36

Say what you like about Vodafone CS but their unlock process is web-based, …Say what you like about Vodafone CS but their unlock process is web-based, automatic and reliable!


It's not reliable, google it. Plus, as I understand it, you'll have to keep your sim active until they unlock it.
I'll probably never buy an iPhone for a number of reasons, but I do like their rear camera design far more than Samsung's.
Isheep baaaahh baaaaa
How easy is it to return with music magpie if the condition is worse than expected?
ryan_reynolds18/10/2020 18:47

Isheep baaaahh baaaaa


And wherever there is iPhone news, there will always be Android users, wishing they had something better to do..
ryan_reynolds18/10/2020 18:47

Isheep baaaahh baaaaa


5 years using android and i really like it, but some things are more important. I value my privacy and security, something android can't give me, so I'm moving back to Apple.
MrSwitch18/10/2020 17:12

Yeah, get a free payg Sim, put it in the phone, use it once in a 30 Day …Yeah, get a free payg Sim, put it in the phone, use it once in a 30 Day period, ring Vodafone up on day 31, and they'll unlock for free, otherwise you can pay for ebay codes.


They refused to unlock mine even after doing this, said because I didn’t get the phone from them, I would avoid any iPhone locked to Vodafone , I had to pay to unlock elsewhere
BrianM18/10/2020 17:36

Say what you like about Vodafone CS but their unlock process is web-based, …Say what you like about Vodafone CS but their unlock process is web-based, automatic and reliable!


Nope, had a bad experience with them, avoid
wingedmonkey18/10/2020 20:32

5 years using android and i really like it, but some things are more …5 years using android and i really like it, but some things are more important. I value my privacy and security, something android can't give me, so I'm moving back to Apple.


The company that was involved in PRISM and has collaborated with the NSA?

The company that censors things for money.

Definitely respects your privacy.
Edited by: "xanoas" 18th Oct
xanoas18/10/2020 22:27

The company that was involved in PRISM and has collaborated with the …The company that was involved in PRISM and has collaborated with the NSA?The company that censors things for money.Definitely respects your privacy.


NSA
wingedmonkey18/10/2020 22:31

NSA


Am I missing something here? Snowden basically risked his life to leak documents and data that proved this...
jctt18/10/2020 19:22

How easy is it to return with music magpie if the condition is worse than …How easy is it to return with music magpie if the condition is worse than expected?


Very easy
Clumzylumzy18/10/2020 21:52

They refused to unlock mine even after doing this, said because I didn’t g …They refused to unlock mine even after doing this, said because I didn’t get the phone from them, I would avoid any iPhone locked to Vodafone , I had to pay to unlock elsewhere


I’ve unlocked about 5 Vodafone iPhones over the years and it’s always gone like clockwork - none were purchased from Vodafone directly. The most recent was a 5 year old second phone from musicMagpie!
Edited by: "BrianM" 18th Oct
xanoas18/10/2020 22:37

Am I missing something here? Snowden basically risked his life to leak …Am I missing something here? Snowden basically risked his life to leak documents and data that proved this...


Snowden the traitor, yes, he did.

Google were involved too. I don't think they had a choice though really.

Google's business model is built on profiling you, gathering your data, targeting you with ads, scanning your emails, selling advertising to businesses based on what they know about you. Apple don't. That's where the privacy comes in to it for me. Like I care if the NSA know who I've phoned or what I've been searching on the net, it will be pretty damn boring for them anyway.

I now use protonmail. Ditched gmail. Qwant is my search engine. Ditched Google. I use airvpn for secure browsing. Ditched googlemaps for a papermap. So the NSA can do one
How is this phone holding its value. If it was Android, it would have been going for £300
wingedmonkey18/10/2020 22:55

Snowden the traitor, yes, he did.Google were involved too. I don't think …Snowden the traitor, yes, he did.Google were involved too. I don't think they had a choice though really. Google's business model is built on profiling you, gathering your data, targeting you with ads, scanning your emails, selling advertising to businesses based on what they know about you. Apple don't. That's where the privacy comes in to it for me. Like I care if the NSA know who I've phoned or what I've been searching on the net, it will be pretty damn boring for them anyway.I now use protonmail. Ditched gmail. Qwant is my search engine. Ditched Google. I use airvpn for secure browsing. Ditched googlemaps for a papermap. So the NSA can do one


As if someone cares what you doing or not doing online, NSA prob doesn't know you exist. I bet you still pay by cash only? Or are you using MasterCard or visa?? If you do they profiling as well.
geiler_macker18/10/2020 23:05

As if someone cares what you doing or not doing online, NSA prob doesn't … As if someone cares what you doing or not doing online, NSA prob doesn't know you exist. I bet you still pay by cash only? Or are you using MasterCard or visa?? If you do they profiling as well.


I think you've missed the comments made by the person i was replying to. Of course they don't care, I don't care, I was making a point of that's what I meant by I value my privacy and not the NSA snooping.
PICK5OFF does not work anymore..
Oye18/10/2020 22:59

How is this phone holding its value. If it was Android, it would have been …How is this phone holding its value. If it was Android, it would have been going for £300


I think the relationship between Apple and retailers is very different to other phone manufacturers. When Apple discontinue a phone I get the feeling the retailers can't just slash the price and clear the stock, it just doesn't happen.

Also it's not even been a week since they revealed the 12 and it won't be in people's hands until the end of next week.

And it will upset people but Apple phones are just far more desirable to the mass market than any other manufacturer.
wingedmonkey18/10/2020 22:55

Snowden the traitor, yes, he did.Google were involved too. I don't think …Snowden the traitor, yes, he did.Google were involved too. I don't think they had a choice though really. Google's business model is built on profiling you, gathering your data, targeting you with ads, scanning your emails, selling advertising to businesses based on what they know about you. Apple don't. That's where the privacy comes in to it for me. Like I care if the NSA know who I've phoned or what I've been searching on the net, it will be pretty damn boring for them anyway.I now use protonmail. Ditched gmail. Qwant is my search engine. Ditched Google. I use airvpn for secure browsing. Ditched googlemaps for a papermap. So the NSA can do one


Traitor lol, what he did was very important it opened up peoples eyes and exposed companies for what they are.

Companies always have a choice, greed is the reason.

The NSA and other organisations will use that data against you, doesn't matter if you've committed a crime, just being in contact with someone that has done something major could get you in deep stuff too.

If you can't trust the device then there's no point in using trustworthy software.

At least with Android devices you can flash other ROMs for more freedom.
For £80 more you can get an iPhone 12 mini, brand new with a 2 year john lewis warranty in two weeks. It will have a higher resolution, a better camera, a better processor, a much better internal modem for signal and wifi, and of course 5g. Seriously just wait

Don’t be fooled by the ‘Pro’ label, the basic 12 is a much better phone in every way
Edited by: "zeb.mattey" 19th Oct
Oye18/10/2020 22:59

How is this phone holding its value. If it was Android, it would have been …How is this phone holding its value. If it was Android, it would have been going for £300


Where have you been the past 13 years

Wow it just hit me, its been 13 years since the first iphone I remember having it before being released in the uk because I imported it from california..time flies
Edited by: "yoyo59" 19th Oct
xanoas18/10/2020 23:44

Traitor lol, what he did was very important it opened up peoples eyes and …Traitor lol, what he did was very important it opened up peoples eyes and exposed companies for what they are.Companies always have a choice, greed is the reason.The NSA and other organisations will use that data against you, doesn't matter if you've committed a crime, just being in contact with someone that has done something major could get you in deep stuff too.If you can't trust the device then there's no point in using trustworthy software.At least with Android devices you can flash other ROMs for more freedom.


Yes that's what he is, a traitor, he sold out his country and he put many people's lives in danger.

As for android there's not a few months go by whereby many malicious apps are found on the playstore and removed,but not before they've been downloaded by millions of people. It's a magnet for criminals the PlayStore. As for more freedom with custom ROMs, I hope you are not trusting those with your privacy. You open yourself wide open to attack with a custom ROM.
Just sold mine to them for £558 near mint condition, locked in the price before the 12 came out and all of a sudden the above looks pretty cheap ! Heat added
wingedmonkey18/10/2020 20:32

5 years using android and i really like it, but some things are more …5 years using android and i really like it, but some things are more important. I value my privacy and security, something android can't give me, so I'm moving back to Apple.


Sounds like you have something to hide....
Any body know why they cannot ship phones to N. Ireland anymore, only 3 phones ship to here from MM
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