Apple iPhone 5 32GB White Unlocked - Refurbished Grade A + Accessories £239.99 @ ebay.co.uk / universalgadgets01
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Apple iPhone 5 32GB White Unlocked - Refurbished Grade A + Accessories £239.99 @ ebay.co.uk / universalgadgets01

£239.99eBay Deals
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Found 25th Nov 2014
This looks like a good price and the seller's rating is great.
Also check the Apple iPhone 4S - 16 GB - White (Unlocked) Smartphone
REFURBISHED £145.99 : ebay.co.uk/itm…3b6

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Mmmm...

google them and see the reviews

4G all UK networks or is it limited?

Wouldn't pay that for an iphone 7.

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forcedv

4G all UK networks or is it limited?



Only works on EE 4G and three 4G. Other networks only 3G.

4g isn't even that amazing unless you use a lot of video, I can't really tell the difference!

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mattturner756

4g isn't even that amazing unless you use a lot of video, I can't really … 4g isn't even that amazing unless you use a lot of video, I can't really tell the difference!



Big difference if you browse a lot while on the go tbh. Makes my life easier.

Currently paying £12.99 a month for unlimited calls/texts as well as to 0800 numbers plus unlimited underground wifi and 2gb 4g data from EE on my ip5.

Can't go wrong as my browsing barely goes over 500mb a month.

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Has anyone had one of these yet?

The ebay feedback looks bad enough to put me off .

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drphibes

The ebay feedback looks bad enough to put me off .


If you consider the fact that the feedback comes from 1785725 purchases i believe its not bad

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this looks awesome.

andreas0013

If you consider the fact that the feedback comes from 1785725 purchases i … If you consider the fact that the feedback comes from 1785725 purchases i believe its not bad

You do realise that 99.1% as a percentage is still not brilliant, whatever the volume.

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imranio

You do realise that 99.1% as a percentage is still not brilliant, … You do realise that 99.1% as a percentage is still not brilliant, whatever the volume.



It is considering at least at least 0.9% of ebay buyers are scammers and morons

drphibes

The ebay feedback looks bad enough to put me off .



Based on 1.7 million transactions.

Too many bad reviews about the phones stopping working after a few weeks and even icloud locked on previous iphones sold Wouldnt take the chance

Why would anyone buy old technology at a premium, voting hot on price not on products. Well at least doesn't bend when its in your pocket !!!!!

I bought an Iphone 4S from them about 4 months ago. It was immaculate with extras included and was cheaper than private sellers and had a 12 month warranty.

imranio

You do realise that 99.1% as a percentage is still not brilliant, … You do realise that 99.1% as a percentage is still not brilliant, whatever the volume.



When has 99% not been brilliant most companies would be very happy with only 0.9% of issues, put it into perspective out of 1,700,000 purchases 15,000 weren't happy that means they have over 1,780,000+ happy customers wish I could have that feedback.
Edited by: "eslick" 28th Nov 2014

eslick

When has 99% not been brilliant most companies would be very happy with … When has 99% not been brilliant most companies would be very happy with only 0.09% of issues, put it into perspective out of 1,700,000 purchases 1,500 weren't happy that means they have over 1,780,000+ happy customers wish I could have that feedback.

Im going on 14 years of ebay experience. Im sure this deal is fine. I am just saying 99.1% isnt fantastic.

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oooos all over

16gb £269 here from argos IP5 Argos

imranio

Im going on 14 years of ebay experience. Im sure this deal is fine. I am … Im going on 14 years of ebay experience. Im sure this deal is fine. I am just saying 99.1% isnt fantastic.




I only have 12 years of eBay experience but I'd rather use a seller that sells 267,221 items a year and has 99.1% positive feedback than one with 100% positive feedback with only 1000 rating who sells 200 products a year.

In my experience if there are any issues a large seller just accepts returns and processes refunds without any hassle, as they usually have staff and are too busy sending thousands of products a week to worry. Yes 0.9% have something go wrong, (most of which are out of the sellers control, like Royal Mail delivery problems or if the product is faulty straight from the manufacturer), but I'd be happier trying to get money back/issues sorted from a large seller who makes their living through eBay than a small seller who is selling for some extra pennies after work.

A small one man band seller that is sending 200 item a year is more likely to give you hassle when it comes to refunds.

That's just my experience with eBay.

jambone

I only have 12 years of eBay experience but I'd rather use a seller that … I only have 12 years of eBay experience but I'd rather use a seller that sells 267,221 items a year and has 99.1% positive feedback than one with 100% positive feedback with only 1000 rating who sells 200 products a year.In my experience if there are any issues a large seller just accepts returns and processes refunds without any hassle, as they usually have staff and are too busy sending thousands of products a week to worry. Yes 0.9% have something go wrong, (most of which are out of the sellers control, like Royal Mail delivery problems or if the product is faulty straight from the manufacturer), but I'd be happier trying to get money back/issues sorted from a large seller who makes their living through eBay than a small seller who is selling for some extra pennies after work.A small one man band seller that is sending 200 item a year is more likely to give you hassle when it comes to refunds.That's just my experience with eBay.

Cool story.

eslick

When has 99% not been brilliant most companies would be very happy with … When has 99% not been brilliant most companies would be very happy with only 0.09% of issues, put it into perspective out of 1,700,000 purchases 1,500 weren't happy that means they have over 1,780,000+ happy customers wish I could have that feedback.



erm, 100 - 99.1 is 0.9 not 0.09 :-P

0.9% of 1,700,000 is 15k not 1.5k

dicksteel18

erm, 100 - 99.1 is 0.9 not 0.09 :-P0.9% of 1,700,000 is 15k not 1.5k



Well spotted, see what happens when you try and work things out and write an argument quickly, have to remember next time check my maths argument still stands though

This pile of crap actually costs money! 4 times slower than LG G2 for £150 in another deal. Ugly as hell, tiny screen size that is no longer used in smartphones. Jesus!

hot from me

Be very wary about these refurbished iPhones from large chinese ebayers. I bought one from similar ebayer. Turns out it was imported from Hong Kong. It worked fine other than it kept trying to dial home to Three in Hong Kong to try to activate imessage and icloud. Ended up costing me a small fortune in international texts on my bill. It's a known issue too.

Only buy if you can be guaranteed iPhone from UK (not from far east)

£245 now...
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