Apple iPhone SE 16GB 64GB Unlocked - £99.99 @ eBay / MusicMagpie + 12 months warranty (from condition Good)
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Apple iPhone SE 16GB 64GB Unlocked - £99.99 @ eBay / MusicMagpie + 12 months warranty (from condition Good)

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Found 11th AprEdited by:"iamnokia"
Apple iPhone SE 16GB 64GB Unlocked / MusicMagpie@12 months warranty

Good phone for everyone with in £100 , could be a good gift

EE Space grey 16 GB good consitio
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This companies idea of 'good' condition is in reality, Grade D.
ezzer729 m ago

Perhaps, but to balance things out, if you are spending £99 on a used …Perhaps, but to balance things out, if you are spending £99 on a used iPhone, you expect new.



When did I say I expected new?

When you buy a phone listed as 'good condition' you should expect to receive a phone in good condition.
Edited by: "dijital" 12th Apr
ezzer725 m ago

It's obvious from what you wrote.


Well, you need to reevaluate your reading ability.
Edited by: "dijital" 12th Apr
The problem I see is Music Magie only has 3 levels of condition

Good, very good and pristine so really:

Good = rubbish bashed to bits
very good = fair condition some scratches
pristine = good condition

but their system works, people won't buy it if they told them the truth.
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This companies idea of 'good' condition is in reality, Grade D.
dijital2 m ago

This companies idea of 'good' condition is in reality, Grade D.


what options for £100 ?
dijital15 m ago

This companies idea of 'good' condition is in reality, Grade D.


I agree. I bought a good condition iphone se and it was full of scratches and dents.
dijital1 h, 16 m ago

This companies idea of 'good' condition is in reality, Grade D.


Perhaps, but to balance things out, if you are spending £99 on a used iPhone, you expect new.
ezzer729 m ago

Perhaps, but to balance things out, if you are spending £99 on a used …Perhaps, but to balance things out, if you are spending £99 on a used iPhone, you expect new.



When did I say I expected new?

When you buy a phone listed as 'good condition' you should expect to receive a phone in good condition.
Edited by: "dijital" 12th Apr
dijital42 s ago

When did I say I expected new? When you buy a phone listed a 'good …When did I say I expected new? When you buy a phone listed a 'good condition' you should expect to receive a phone in good condition.


It's obvious from what you wrote.
ezzer725 m ago

It's obvious from what you wrote.


Well, you need to reevaluate your reading ability.
Edited by: "dijital" 12th Apr
The problem I see is Music Magie only has 3 levels of condition

Good, very good and pristine so really:

Good = rubbish bashed to bits
very good = fair condition some scratches
pristine = good condition

but their system works, people won't buy it if they told them the truth.
Niz5 h, 52 m ago

The problem I see is Music Magie only has 3 levels of conditionGood, very …The problem I see is Music Magie only has 3 levels of conditionGood, very good and pristine so really:Good = rubbish bashed to bitsvery good = fair condition some scratchespristine = good conditionbut their system works, people won't buy it if they told them the truth.


This applies to everything they sell. Spot On!
The Mrs bought a 5s for £64.99 last month (condition: good).

We honestly thought it was new when it arrived, screen was flawless.

It took a very careful inspection to see some slight signs of use.

Maybe it's just pot luck?
Edited by: "rumble" 12th Apr
I've bought items graded as good from MM, & like another comment on here I couldn't find a mark on it. If like me you prefer to put your iPhone into a case to protect the screen, I don't see how you can go wrong for the money (even if you do get 1 that's a bit more "preloved"). This is a decent phone & for £100-£125 from MM it's exceptional value - cue a load of negs from the Apple haters
ezzer727 h, 9 m ago

Perhaps, but to balance things out, if you are spending £99 on a used …Perhaps, but to balance things out, if you are spending £99 on a used iPhone, you expect new.


I’ve had a 6S Plus and a 7 Plus from Music Magpie both in “good” condition and they were like new! Luck of the draw I guess
Really good price. Very good phone that can still easily hold its own against current phones
So, was there ever 64GB unlocked for £99? I think rather than just copy Music Magpie's listing, the OP should describe what's actually available.
Wasn’t it £85 not long back for same deal , so it may come around again
ezzer728 h, 36 m ago

Perhaps, but to balance things out, if you are spending £99 on a used …Perhaps, but to balance things out, if you are spending £99 on a used iPhone, you expect new.


You really need to check the resale value of iPhones or any Apple products in general. They don't depreciate anywhere near other brands.
s24adm2 m ago

You really need to check the resale value of iPhones or any Apple products …You really need to check the resale value of iPhones or any Apple products in general. They don't depreciate anywhere near other brands.


I agree - that’s why I’m saying you can’t expect a perfect one for £99...

By ‘you’ I specifically meant the person doing the moaning.
Edited by: "ezzer72" 12th Apr
I took the risk with their 'good' condition and purchased an iphone 6s plus 128GB for 220. Box was battered when it turned up but to my surprise it is pretty much mint apart from a few scratches on the back and the battery life is really good also. They usually add a few freebies with the plug and cable like screen protector, cleaning cloth etc but there was none of that in the box and the box wasn't sealed either. Really happy with the phone to be honest.
heat for deal and heat for music magpie.
ubruk10 h, 20 m ago

I agree. I bought a good condition iphone se and it was full of scratches …I agree. I bought a good condition iphone se and it was full of scratches and dents.


I don’t agree. I bought a good condition iphone se and it had a very light scratch on the back only. You had to hold the phone next to your face to seee it. And after updating to the latest version of iOS I checked the battery conditions. It was at 91% efficiency so lots of life left in it.
with cashback it was about 94/95 quid....an absolute bargain!! And paid less than 4 quid to get it unlocked on eBay
Can’t get it any lower than £144? Think it’s increased in price now or there was only on
No unlocked for £99
amancalledsloane49 m ago

I took the risk with their 'good' condition and purchased an iphone 6s …I took the risk with their 'good' condition and purchased an iphone 6s plus 128GB for 220. Box was battered when it turned up but to my surprise it is pretty much mint apart from a few scratches on the back and the battery life is really good also.


Sorry but was that from Music Magpie as I was under the impression they re-box all their phones into Music Magpie branded packaging.
Their grading is pot luck, bought iphone x 'very good' had dozens of light scratches on screen and three large ones,one you could feel when using. Returned it and bought pristine, expecting almost new and still 2 light scratches, a small scuff on back,dirt and dust in all the speakers. Partner bought a iphone 7, in 'good' condition and that was almost perfect! They refund no problem so worth the punt i guess if price is right!
rumble3 h, 14 m ago

The Mrs bought a 5s for £64.99 last month (condition: good).We honestly …The Mrs bought a 5s for £64.99 last month (condition: good).We honestly thought it was new when it arrived, screen was flawless.It took a very careful inspection to see some slight signs of use.Maybe it's just pot luck?


We just bought a 5s from here in good condition, and to be fair we couldn’t find a scratch on it, had a brand new screen on and everything... although we have to send back as the battery life is shocking, barely get an hour...
I just recently bought the gold iPhone SE 16gb (good) on EE for £105 from these.

Very good condition it came, very light scratches on back (not very noticeable)

Very happy.
Scooby25202 h, 0 m ago

Wasn’t it £85 not long back for same deal , so it may come around again


Only with eBay 20% off (which isn’t likely to come around any time soon)
amancalledsloane1 h, 8 m ago

I took the risk with their 'good' condition and purchased an iphone 6s …I took the risk with their 'good' condition and purchased an iphone 6s plus 128GB for 220. Box was battered when it turned up but to my surprise it is pretty much mint apart from a few scratches on the back and the battery life is really good also. They usually add a few freebies with the plug and cable like screen protector, cleaning cloth etc but there was none of that in the box and the box wasn't sealed either. Really happy with the phone to be honest.



IPhone 6s Plus 128GB for £220? When did you get that from MusicMugpie? Was it unlocked too?
iz1234567896 m ago

IPhone 6s Plus 128GB for £220? When did you get that from MusicMugpie? Was …IPhone 6s Plus 128GB for £220? When did you get that from MusicMugpie? Was it unlocked too?



It was the ebay deal that gave you a 20% off voucher also. No it was on '02' but i use giffgaff so job was good un.
Niz9 h, 24 m ago

The problem I see is Music Magie only has 3 levels of conditionGood, very …The problem I see is Music Magie only has 3 levels of conditionGood, very good and pristine so really:Good = rubbish bashed to bitsvery good = fair condition some scratchespristine = good conditionbut their system works, people won't buy it if they told them the truth.


But expect some return
amancalledsloane4 m ago

It was the ebay deal that gave you a 20% off voucher also. No it was on …It was the ebay deal that gave you a 20% off voucher also. No it was on '02' but i use giffgaff so job was good un.



Ahh I see, I bought mine for £240 but unlocked.
I actually bought 2x 6s Plus 128GB and also 1x 6s 128GB and all my 3 phones turned up with not 1 scratch on it. I bought their lowest grade.

Maybe I got lucky but if I buy again I'll still buy their "good" grade.
To OP,

How much was the 64GB?
Why does this even say 64GB and unlocked in the title if that’s only an option and not the £99 one?

Niz9 h, 37 m ago

The problem I see is Music Magie only has 3 levels of conditionGood, very …The problem I see is Music Magie only has 3 levels of conditionGood, very good and pristine so really:Good = rubbish bashed to bitsvery good = fair condition some scratchespristine = good conditionbut their system works, people won't buy it if they told them the truth.



Exactly and this is the problem with them. They’re a high volume, low margin seller. Offer wide grading bands - majority of customers will go ‘oh it’s cheap I’ll keep it anyway’, few will return it, if they do - Magpie will accept the return no fuss, refund them and relist the item again til someone accepts it. All the while their aggressive pricing drives other sellers out of the market long term. Good for buyers in the short term but long term not so much.

We used to deal with them in trade and they are a disgusting company - they never think about the customer (not trade, consumer I mean) or consequences of their actions, I don’t support them...
Bought a 'good' condition from them last month. Came with deep dent so not in 'good' condition but working has been fine so I kept it. Paid £127.99 for Vodafone 64GB Gold Good.
From_the_Midlands4 m ago

Bought a 'good' condition from them last month. Came with deep dent so not …Bought a 'good' condition from them last month. Came with deep dent so not in 'good' condition but working has been fine so I kept it. Paid £127.99 for Vodafone 64GB Gold Good.


Exactly - sell cheap and in borderline cases like this, you’ll keep the item as it’s more hassle to return. I’d have probably done the same - a 64GB SE for £127.99 is a bargain in anyone’s eyes. And it’s still a great phone, just people gloss over it a lot now as companies like Music Magpie have devalued it so much by dumping such volume in the channel.
Got my Samsung s6 edge for £129.99 yesterday and it was faultless little scratch near charger port ... well impressed i would have graded this as in very good condition next up would have been new... only thing i did not get was a plug and it came with new but cheap micro usb lead .. 48hr delivery too
I ordered one a few weeks ago graded 'good'. It worked ok but scratches all over and deeper marks on the corner. Basically used without a cover for a year or so I would say.
I ordered via eBay and requested a return. I heard nothing so eBay stepped in in the end. Finally got my money back but wasn't the easiest of experiences. It would make me think twice before ordering from them again.
Niz16 h, 1 m ago

The problem I see is Music Magie only has 3 levels of conditionGood, very …The problem I see is Music Magie only has 3 levels of conditionGood, very good and pristine so really:Good = rubbish bashed to bitsvery good = fair condition some scratchespristine = good conditionbut their system works, people won't buy it if they told them the truth.


I always assumed they just wouldn't buy battered phones. I know of a couple of people who've bought "good" condition from them and they've been alright, but it sounds like others haven't been so lucky.
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