Apple iPhone 7 128GB Unlocked (Refurb - Good) 12 Month Warranty £299.99 @ Music Magpie
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Apple iPhone 7 128GB Unlocked (Refurb - Good) 12 Month Warranty £299.99 @ Music Magpie

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Found 6th Apr
Cheapest it's ever been as far as I'm aware. Price shows as £329.99 but £30 discount applied at basket

As always, all handsets come with a full 12 month warranty for peace of mind.

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Giffgaff deal was good 279£ and stacked eBay Spain/US codes last week
£ 289 from GiffGaff Ebay:

ebay.co.uk/itm…d:1

Recently received a 'good' condition 128gb 7 plus from them which was in excellent condition.
Anyone got deals iPhone 8 Plus 128gb or higher? Upgrading from a 6s not sure if 7 will be worth it.
Just returned a iPhone 7 supposedly refurbished good condition, it had 2 big scratches on the screen and the back was destroyed with marks all over it, they obviously bought it for a low price and just threw in a box without refurbishing it hoping someone just accepts it.
graham_boxing25 m ago

Just returned a iPhone 7 supposedly refurbished good condition, it had 2 …Just returned a iPhone 7 supposedly refurbished good condition, it had 2 big scratches on the screen and the back was destroyed with marks all over it, they obviously bought it for a low price and just threw in a box without refurbishing it hoping someone just accepts it.


Unlikely it was so bad.
Its a lottery.
I d rather use Gumtree...
psiron1 h, 8 m ago

£ 289 from GiffGaff …£ 289 from GiffGaff Ebay:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Apple-iPhone-7-32GB-64GB-128GB-256GB-Unlocked-GiffGaff-Refurb-Smartphone/332507533416?_trkparms=aid=111001&algo=REC.SEED&ao=1&asc=50428&meid=3bb502a04ad64e529a9e701fbd5dda0a&pid=100675&rk=2&rkt=15&mehot=pp&sd=323180800329&itm=332507533416&_trksid=p2481888.c100675.m4236&_trkparms=pageci:b6ac2369-3988-11e8-88b8-74dbd1809d16|parentrq:9a96d02e1620abc1c9fbbe3ffffd3997|iid:1Recently received a 'good' condition 128gb 7 plus from them which was in excellent condition.


But are they unlocked or locked onto o2?

Never mind. Just played around with the buying options.
Edited by: "mecheekymonkey" 6th Apr
mecheekymonkey47 m ago

But are they unlocked or locked onto o2?Never mind. Just played around …But are they unlocked or locked onto o2?Never mind. Just played around with the buying options.


Unlocked
ezzer721 h, 27 m ago

Unlikely it was so bad.


you still salty for being exposed on the other thread.
graham_boxing1 h, 53 m ago

Just returned a iPhone 7 supposedly refurbished good condition, it had 2 …Just returned a iPhone 7 supposedly refurbished good condition, it had 2 big scratches on the screen and the back was destroyed with marks all over it, they obviously bought it for a low price and just threw in a box without refurbishing it hoping someone just accepts it.


I sent one back previously but managed to strike lucky second time around. Worth the agro for me personally
Also forgot to mention I bought a 6s in February from them and it was in excellent condition so thought I’d take a punt and try them again.
psiron4 h, 7 m ago

£ 289 from GiffGaff …£ 289 from GiffGaff Ebay:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Apple-iPhone-7-32GB-64GB-128GB-256GB-Unlocked-GiffGaff-Refurb-Smartphone/332507533416?_trkparms=aid=111001&algo=REC.SEED&ao=1&asc=50428&meid=3bb502a04ad64e529a9e701fbd5dda0a&pid=100675&rk=2&rkt=15&mehot=pp&sd=323180800329&itm=332507533416&_trksid=p2481888.c100675.m4236&_trkparms=pageci:b6ac2369-3988-11e8-88b8-74dbd1809d16|parentrq:9a96d02e1620abc1c9fbbe3ffffd3997|iid:1Recently received a 'good' condition 128gb 7 plus from them which was in excellent condition.


What did ya pay for it as I’m after a 7 plus or maybe 8 plus if price right.
Was they any marks on it etc
A year ago I would have considered Music Magpie. But I've seen some of the junk they now send out, so would never use them again. Cold.
Had ordered a iphone se recently from music magpie

Its a grade "good" and the screen/casing are in excellent condition

However, the home button was wobbly and sticking out, away from the main body.

I contacted them and they emailed a label for free postage back to them

They advised that they would repair it or replace it


I posted the phone on Saturday, it arrived on Tuesday with them (monday was easter monday).

The same phone arrived at my house on Friday.


The home button is now in the correct position (ie it doesnt stick out and isnt wobbly) BUT touch id doesnt work any more.


Have contacted them and they have emailed a label for free postage back to them.

They have advised that if it can not be repaired within 72 hour of receipt then another handset will be sent out.
Edited by: "Helpful567" 7th Apr
Helpful56726 m ago

Had ordered a iphone se recently from music magpieIt was in good condition …Had ordered a iphone se recently from music magpieIt was in good condition but the home button was wobbly and sticking out, away from the main body.I contacted them and they emailed a label for free postage back to themThey advised that they would repair it or replace itI posted the phone on Saturday, it arrived on Tuesday with them (monday was easter monday).The same phone arrived at my house on Friday.The home button is now in the correct position (ie it doesnt stick out and isnt wobbly) BUT touch id doesnt work any more.


Sounds like they’ve replaced it with a new home button but not understood how Touch ID works. Only Apple can pair a new fingerprint sensor with the phone.

Anyway, return that for a refund, even if you don’t use Touch ID, when/if you sell it in the future, it will be worth half what it should maybe. Broken Touch ID almost always means someone has been poking around inside it...

Rimi5 h, 35 m ago

Its a lottery.I d rather use Gumtree...



Exactly. People seem to act as if it must be very good or better. If that’s what they want, they need to pay more and buy that grade of handset. Food is the lowest grade they sell so some of them will be pretty trashed/‘well used’.
Edited by: "plewis00" 6th Apr
mmurdoch2 h, 49 m ago

What did ya pay for it as I’m after a 7 plus or maybe 8 plus if price r …What did ya pay for it as I’m after a 7 plus or maybe 8 plus if price right.Was they any marks on it etc


£359, using Spanish eBay 10% off code. That’s expired now though
looks like a good price
Reading the comments, and from personal experience, these deals are very hit and miss as to what condition the handset will be in when it arrives.

I bought a refurbished iPhone 7 from GiffGaff last week and the battery life is terrible (drains in a matter of a couple of hours) so we are trying to get them to replace it. No reply from GiffGaff so far so not sure if or how we can get it replaced / repaired
plewis006th Apr

Sounds like they’ve replaced it with a new home button but not understood h …Sounds like they’ve replaced it with a new home button but not understood how Touch ID works. Only Apple can pair a new fingerprint sensor with the phone.Anyway, return that for a refund, even if you don’t use Touch ID, when/if you sell it in the future, it will be worth half what it should maybe. Broken Touch ID almost always means someone has been poking around inside it...Exactly. People seem to act as if it must be very good or better. If that’s what they want, they need to pay more and buy that grade of handset. Food is the lowest grade they sell so some of them will be pretty trashed/‘well used’.


They shouldn’t be using the word refurbished if they’re sending people phones that clearly aren’t, they should word them as grade a,b,c and if they actually refurbished one advertise it as refurbished
graham_boxing1 h, 19 m ago

They shouldn’t be using the word refurbished if they’re sending people pho …They shouldn’t be using the word refurbished if they’re sending people phones that clearly aren’t, they should word them as grade a,b,c and if they actually refurbished one advertise it as refurbished


Exactly but they’re not going to change and people are going to keep posting rubbish grade C/good handsets week in week out on here then complaining (not you)when it’s not pristine but it is within their guidelines for good.

I would take a used handset over a ‘refurb’ by someone who has no qualifications or ability to fix a phone.
alexc10011 h, 16 m ago

Reading the comments, and from personal experience, these deals are very …Reading the comments, and from personal experience, these deals are very hit and miss as to what condition the handset will be in when it arrives.I bought a refurbished iPhone 7 from GiffGaff last week and the battery life is terrible (drains in a matter of a couple of hours) so we are trying to get them to replace it. No reply from GiffGaff so far so not sure if or how we can get it replaced / repaired


Login to your account, select purchases, select the item you want to return and you will see a button to return your phone. It allows you to print a returns label within 14 days to return, I sent one back last week
Bought an iPad air 2 cellular of them the other day for £149 in what they described as good condition and have to say it was near perfect only 2 light scratches that can't be seen with a screen protector.Very pleased with it.If your not send it back get a refund it's as simple as that.Ill be using them again.Bargain of the year for me.
I got the iPhone from them in the last deal and the Touch ID was broken. Needless to say I returned it. Found a excellent grade a 32gb refurb iPhone 7 for £299 from another seller and v happy with it.
graham_boxing6th Apr

Just returned a iPhone 7 supposedly refurbished good condition, it had 2 …Just returned a iPhone 7 supposedly refurbished good condition, it had 2 big scratches on the screen and the back was destroyed with marks all over it, they obviously bought it for a low price and just threw in a box without refurbishing it hoping someone just accepts it.


was it free returns? also assuming from music magpie ebay
Edited by: "kaaaching" 9th Apr
Rimi6th Apr

Its a lottery.I d rather use Gumtree...


And a few weeks after you buy it, it’s reported stolen for an insurance claim and you are left with a brick.
It’s happened to me,they don’t sell stolen phones they report them afterwards...
IRONM4N_UK2 h, 14 m ago

And a few weeks after you buy it, it’s reported stolen for an insurance c …And a few weeks after you buy it, it’s reported stolen for an insurance claim and you are left with a brick.It’s happened to me,they don’t sell stolen phones they report them afterwards...


Just take written sales note with sellers ID, phone IMEI/Serial, buy from residential address and never buy from car park near supermarket. You are safe 100% then. Bought many many phones like this from Gumtree in 9 years and not a single problem.
Rimi2 h, 3 m ago

Just take written sales note with sellers ID, phone IMEI/Serial, buy from …Just take written sales note with sellers ID, phone IMEI/Serial, buy from residential address and never buy from car park near supermarket. You are safe 100% then. Bought many many phones like this from Gumtree in 9 years and not a single problem.


I’ve bought countless phones on eBay and Amazon, only one I ever bought on Gumtree I had problems.
They don’t verify the users and I think no fees attracts the worse sort of people.
IRONM4N_UK14 m ago

I’ve bought countless phones on eBay and Amazon, only one I ever bought on …I’ve bought countless phones on eBay and Amazon, only one I ever bought on Gumtree I had problems.They don’t verify the users and I think no fees attracts the worse sort of people.


They don't verify and I suspect they (Gumtree) support PayPal scammers and stands behind them.....but if you have a brain in your head, you never fall for these scams or fraudsters, claiming on insurance.
As said earlier, bought well over 70 different phones on Gumtree-not a single was barred or was fake.
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