Apple iPhone 6 128GB Factory Unlocked Refurbished - Space Grey FACTORY UNLOCKED l 12 MONTH WARRANTY £394 @ ebay universalgadgets01
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Apple iPhone 6 128GB Factory Unlocked Refurbished - Space Grey FACTORY UNLOCKED l 12 MONTH WARRANTY £394 @ ebay universalgadgets01

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Found 23rd Oct 2015
It is an IPhone, so most probably will go cold, but it seems to be a good deal for 128GB IPhone 6

Lots of comments about warranty, the warranty on this is with the the seller and not Apple.
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12 months warranty I don't think so
Shame this wasn't posted yesterday... would've been great with an extra £50 off
ourdevonfamily

Shame this wasn't posted yesterday... would've been great with an extra … Shame this wasn't posted yesterday... would've been great with an extra £50 off



I had the same thought

Having said that, this phone is available on Rakuten at the minute for £594, new and sealed.
I know that's more money, but at the minute there's 25x super points which on that amount is worth £150 and there'd be some quidco/TCB (3.5%) which would make me lean that way rather than refurbished?
Obviously, if there's nothing else you're likely to spend the £150 worth of points on then it ain't such a good deal (_;)


defgimp

I had the same thought ;)Having said that, this phone is available on … I had the same thought ;)Having said that, this phone is available on Rakuten at the minute for £594, new and sealed.I know that's more money, but at the minute there's 25x super points which on that amount is worth £150 and there'd be some quidco/TCB (3.5%) which would make me lean that way rather than refurbished?Obviously, if there's nothing else you're likely to spend the £150 worth of points on then it ain't such a good deal (_;)


isn't the max cashback is £50?
keerat565

isn't the max cashback is £50?



Nope, it's a bit of a leap in the dark as it doesn't actually tell you what points you're getting but it's 25x over £200 total purchase. Max on this one is stated as 40,000 (£400) if you were going to buy a couple of em
ftbf444

12 months warranty I don't think so


all iphones comes with 12 month warranty
Purchased iPhone 6 plus 64gb for £370 with code yesterday in new other category. Don't know what it will come out as.
http://i570.photobucket.com/albums/ss142/dragon4uin/Mobile%20Uploads/64398187_zpskmwak77v.jpg
coathanger

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.universalgadgets.co.uk



Oh god I just ordered one for a present for my mum! Thought I was safe buying through eBay but reading the reviews it appears not. They already saying problem with supplier so delivery late.
matar

all iphones comes with 12 month warranty



Some retailers give more. John Lewis for example, give 2 years.
Still happy with my 64GB Space grey i bagged for £150
coathanger

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.universalgadgets.co.uk



I like how most of the five star reviews have "sister" five star reviews that are on the same (or that are very close in) date...

Edited by: "Waterbuoy" 24th Oct 2015
It is not well advertised but almost everything you buy new in the EU by law has to come with a two year warranty
'Refurbished'. What does that mean for an iPhone? New screen? Nope too expensive.

I imagine that all these 'refurbished' iPhones that we see advertised are simply the phones sold to the mobile phone recycling firms. Give them a wipe over and then sell them as 'refurbished'. Add a meaningless warranty and off you go.
theleedslads

Still happy with my 64GB Space grey i bagged for £150


Where to buy cheap 6s?)
Edited by: "Josu" 24th Oct 2015
Not the best deal around. I got a iPhone 6 64gb off a reputable seller with 100% feedback and a 12 month warranty in as new condition which was £389 before the £50 voucher code.
Josu

Where to buy cheap 6s?)



It's just a 6... and was a gumtree sale :P saves me over £1100 over a 2 year O2 contract so am happy
Genuine question but..why would you buy an iPhone when you can get a much better phone for less money?
Edited by: "spenspuma" 24th Oct 2015
vassy201187



Do people still use Memes? I thought they'd died a death as they became over used and therefore no longer funny.

A bit like Farah trousers and more recently Ronnie Pickering videos.
surfbabe10

.....Thought I was safe buying through eBay....



Hahahahahahah really?!
spenspuma

Genuine question but..why would you buy an iPhone when you can get a much … Genuine question but..why would you buy an iPhone when you can get a much better phone for less money?



I didn't know android phones could run iOS ?
Maybe that's why the iPhone is so popular, the OS is slick safe apps are generally more polished and run better than android, windows. It's really a stupid comment to make, I have had so many phones and dabbled with flagship android devices etc but always go back to the iPhone as the user experience is streets ahead
spenspuma

Genuine question but..why would you buy an iPhone when you can get a much … Genuine question but..why would you buy an iPhone when you can get a much better phone for less money?



Updates. iOS9 (the latest version) supports downwards to the iPhone 4s, it's a lot flakier on Android where it's left to the individual manufacturer.
If you like iOS then it's a bit like the argument, why use Microsoft when you can get Linux for free?
Things like facetime
The 'designer tee-shirt' argument, it's 'cool' to have an iPhone
Arguably safer, because it stops you doing a lot of things

Personally Android all the way
Judethedude2

I didn't know android phones could run iOS ?Maybe that's why the iPhone … I didn't know android phones could run iOS ?Maybe that's why the iPhone is so popular, the OS is slick safe apps are generally more polished and run better than android, windows. It's really a stupid comment to make, I have had so many phones and dabbled with flagship android devices etc but always go back to the iPhone as the user experience is streets ahead



100% agree. If I could get the same experience with any other phone I wouldn't be paying more for an iPhone. But nothing compares.
theleedslads

Still happy with my 64GB Space grey i bagged for £150



Please share
defgimp

I had the same thought ;)Having said that, this phone is available on … I had the same thought ;)Having said that, this phone is available on Rakuten at the minute for £594, new and sealed.I know that's more money, but at the minute there's 25x super points which on that amount is worth £150 and there'd be some quidco/TCB (3.5%) which would make me lean that way rather than refurbished?Obviously, if there's nothing else you're likely to spend the £150 worth of points on then it ain't such a good deal (_;)



I can only see x5 on site not x25
Be careful with purchase. I got a refurb earlier in year and it turned out to be from Hong Kong carrier. It accepted UK sim but kept trying to send some kind of activation text to 3 HK, that only showed up in my bill.

My UK carrier wouldn't refund the Intl text costs, so phone sent back, took some arguing to finally get refund.
spenspuma

Genuine question but..why would you buy an iPhone when you can get a much … Genuine question but..why would you buy an iPhone when you can get a much better phone for less money?



​Depends how you define "better". I had an iPhone 3G, 4 and 5. I thought I ought to give Android a go so I switched to the Galaxy S3, the most highly rated android phone (the price, extra memory and swappable battery aren't that big a deal to me). I've had it for six months so in used to all the quirks and differences so I can give an informed opinion on this better phone - it's crap. I cannot wait to get back to an iPhone.

Do not buy anything from these jokers, they send faulty phones out with stuck buttons and dirt in all the holes. Then when you want to return as its faulty they will charge you the return postage if your even lucky tot get to this point. They will plain ignore your requests and eBay will not help you as this company sells so many leaving bad or negative comments doesn't bother them.

The warranty will be with them so good luck getting anything from them, I couldn't get a faulty button fixed within a few days under the 14 day return sales of goods act and had to pay return postage.

If you have a problem it will take them days to respond when it's not about spending money with them.

Buy from anywhere else!
sew1091

It is not well advertised but almost everything you buy new in the EU by … It is not well advertised but almost everything you buy new in the EU by law has to come with a two year warranty


Not if it's used, sorry 'refurbished' it doesn't...
spenspuma

Do people still use Memes? I thought they'd died a death as they became … Do people still use Memes? I thought they'd died a death as they became over used and therefore no longer funny.A bit like Farah trousers and more recently Ronnie Pickering videos.



They still live, must be just your internet.


Edited by: "dbox" 24th Oct 2015
sJohnson23

​Depends how you define "better". I had an iPhone 3G, 4 and 5. I thought … ​Depends how you define "better". I had an iPhone 3G, 4 and 5. I thought I ought to give Android a go so I switched to the Galaxy S3, the most highly rated android phone (the price, extra memory and swappable battery aren't that big a deal to me). I've had it for six months so in used to all the quirks and differences so I can give an informed opinion on this better phone - it's crap. I cannot wait to get back to an iPhone.


You've had an S3 for 6 months? That's a 4 year old phone you muppet not the 'most highly rated android phone'! No wonder you're finding it rubbish.

Jesus, the people who post on this site....
dbox

Do not buy anything from these jokers, they send faulty phones out with … Do not buy anything from these jokers, they send faulty phones out with stuck buttons and dirt in all the holes. Then when you want to return as its faulty they will charge you the return postage if your even lucky tot get to this point. They will plain ignore your requests and eBay will not help you as this company sells so many leaving bad or negative comments doesn't bother them. The warranty will be with them so good luck getting anything from them, I couldn't get a faulty button fixed within a few days under the 14 day return sales of goods act and had to pay return postage. If you have a problem it will take them days to respond when it's not about spending money with them.Buy from anywhere else!


You should have just opened an item is not as described case on eBay. They would have a chance to respond and if they ignored it eBay would look at it. Not exactly a complicated one so sure they would find in your favour. As long as you send back recorded etc so you have a tracking number eBay would then refund you.
The recently bought a 4S from this seller, looked brand new. Only issue I had was they took 3-4 days just to dispatch it which was irritating. I've no doubt they changed the case and screen etc for generic copies but seems to work fine and no faults yet.
ftbf444

12 months warranty I don't think so



12 months is standard on iPhones?

These won't be Apple refurbished.

Jimmyboy

You should have just opened an item is not as described case on eBay. … You should have just opened an item is not as described case on eBay. They would have a chance to respond and if they ignored it eBay would look at it. Not exactly a complicated one so sure they would find in your favour. As long as you send back recorded etc so you have a tracking number eBay would then refund you.



eBay's case system just isn't what it used to be.
Shard

Updates. iOS9 (the latest version) supports downwards to the iPhone 4s, … Updates. iOS9 (the latest version) supports downwards to the iPhone 4s, it's a lot flakier on Android where it's left to the individual manufacturer. If you like iOS then it's a bit like the argument, why use Microsoft when you can get Linux for free?Things like facetimeThe 'designer tee-shirt' argument, it's 'cool' to have an iPhoneArguably safer, because it stops you doing a lot of thingsPersonally Android all the way


iOS updates are not wholly implemented on older models, features get removed owing to marketing reasons, sorry I mean technical differences....

It always amazes me that some people are obsessed with OS versions especially when it doesn't really make much difference, Jellybean is 3 years old now and still runs everything that a device can support that a device running Lollipop (or marshmallow) can. There's no cutting of features from Google to force an upgrade either, all the latest versions of all the apps still work, you can usually even change the launcher to look like the latest version too.

Android:

Pros: Fully customisable, unlike any other OS, loads of apps.
Cons: Has to work on a myriad of differing hardware, so experience can vary massively between phones, OS updates are a mess. User interface can and often does vary between phones due to various manufacturers using their own user interface such as TouchWiz on Samsung phones, which makes it harder to use if you swap to another Android device or use a friend's for example.

IOS:

Pros: There's only been 12 models of iPhone, and Apple design/create both the hardware and software, so it's highly optimised. If you pick up an Apple device then use another one you instantly know where everything is.
Cons: You accept what Apple has given you, a massive divide between Android and IOS in terms of customisation. It's Apple and people hate Apple because they hate Apple.

Windows Phone:

Pros: Same as IOS. Possibly the slickest/fastest mobile OS to date which still exists as a mass adopted platform.
Cons: Massively lacking in apps in comparison to Android and IOS. People say this isn't a problem, if you've migrated from Android or IOS and you're a moderate user of apps, trust me you'll find it a problem. You can't do stuff like Tasker and Autocast on WP, in fact there's a lot you can't do in comparison to Android.

That's a very rough guide to the main mobile OS's. I like all three of the above and I use all three. My devices are: Galaxy S6, iPad Air currently and I had a Lumia 435 to mess with. However since I work in this field which is refurbishment of phones, tablets and laptops, I get to use them all.

Life is too short to hate, embrace the technology of today and make the most of it.



Edited by: "fishmaster" 27th Oct 2015
sJohnson23

​Depends how you define "better". I had an iPhone 3G, 4 and 5. I thought … ​Depends how you define "better". I had an iPhone 3G, 4 and 5. I thought I ought to give Android a go so I switched to the Galaxy S3, the most highly rated android phone (the price, extra memory and swappable battery aren't that big a deal to me). I've had it for six months so in used to all the quirks and differences so I can give an informed opinion on this better phone - it's crap. I cannot wait to get back to an iPhone.


When was the S3 the most highly rated android phone? maybe for 5 mins after it was launched. Can't believe you're offering an 'informed' opinion on an S3 in 2015, serious late review.
fishmaster

Android: Pros: Fully customisable, unlike any other OS, loads of … Android: Pros: Fully customisable, unlike any other OS, loads of apps.Cons: Has to work on a myriad of differing hardware, so experience can vary massively between phones, OS updates are a mess. User interface can and often does vary between phones due to various manufacturers using their own user interface such as TouchWiz on Samsung phones, which makes it harder to use if you swap to another Android device or use a friend's for example.IOS:Pros: There's only been 12 models of iPhone, and Apple design/create both the hardware and software, so it's highly optimised. If you pick up an Apple device then use another one, you instantly know where everything is.Cons: You accept what Apple has given you, a massive divide between Android and IOS in terms of customisation. It's Apple and people hate Apple because they hate Apple.Windows Phone:Pros: Same as IOS. Possibly the slickest/fastest mobile OS to date which still exists as a mass adopted platform.Cons: Massively lacking in apps in comparison to Android and IOS. People say this isn't a problem, if you've migrated from Android or IOS and you're a moderate user of apps, trust me you'll find it a problem. You can't do stuff like Tasker and Autocast on WP, in fact there's a lot you can do in comparison to Android.That's a very rough guide to the main mobile OS's. I like all three of the above and I use all three. My devices are: Galaxy S6, iPad Air currently and I had a Lumia 435 to mess with. However since I work in this field which is refurbishment of phones, tablets and laptops, I get to use them all.


You failed to point out that if you don't like the manufacturers user interface you can simply change it on Android, you're not stuck with what the manufacturer supplies.
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