iPhone 7 Voda £269.99 (Good condition) Music Magpie
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iPhone 7 Voda £269.99 (Good condition) Music Magpie

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Found 5th Mar
Bargain at this price

One o2 in stock
5 Voda in stock
store.musicmagpie.co.uk/products/apple-iphone-7-32-gb-black-vodafone-d15bb7ed-0d90-40ae-bc58-cf1b4dbf41ff

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These will go pretty fast.

12 months warranty.
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Word of warning I bought a refurb 6s from here the other day and when i compared it to my other 6s I noticed the screen was a lot dimmer, even on exactly the same settings. I imagine it’s from where they’ve replaced it with a different one from the original.
Music magpie's refurb phones always turn out not good
They use non manufacture screen replacements !
savvyshopper6561 m ago

Music magpie's refurb phones always turn out not good


As above I was disappointed about the screen but was actually really impressed with the condition overall. Thinks it’s hit and miss with MM
savvyshopper6562 m ago

Music magpie's refurb phones always turn out not good


Not true. Two iPhone 7s I got from them only had one scratch however last year I got an iPhone and it was really bad. I rang them and sent them pics they were happy to replace it and sent one with 2 minor scratches. If you are looking for some close to mint then go for V.good or pristine
Ts18994 m ago

They use non manufacture screen replacements !


They don’t replace screens, if you screen is faulty then they will replace it. If you have one with third party screen then it’s probably come in with that screen.
Bad experience with these guys., phones r not that great quality. They Properly rammed
bigpappasmurf1322 h, 22 m ago

Word of warning I bought a refurb 6s from here the other day and when i …Word of warning I bought a refurb 6s from here the other day and when i compared it to my other 6s I noticed the screen was a lot dimmer, even on exactly the same settings. I imagine it’s from where they’ve replaced it with a different one from the original.


They don’t replace displays as part of the refurb process - it is literally just testing. More likely if the screen had been replaced, it was whoever sold it to them and their testing team didn’t spot it (not that that changes anything for you).
plewis006th Mar

They don’t replace displays as part of the refurb process - it is l …They don’t replace displays as part of the refurb process - it is literally just testing. More likely if the screen had been replaced, it was whoever sold it to them and their testing team didn’t spot it (not that that changes anything for you).



Questionable as I've had 2 now with the exact same issue
bigpappasmurf1328 m ago

Questionable as I've had 2 now with the exact same issue


Yes, *they* don't, but the person who sold it them might have done and more likely they (Magpie) didn't pick up on it. Those guys are paid peanuts and targetted for testing a certain number per day/hour.
Just received a 7 in "good" condition. It's going straight back. Loads of scratches on the screen with two that affect viewing considerably.
I would advise against buying a second hand iPhone...period. Far too glitchy...android phones seem far more resilient in my own experience. Shame really because I prefer iOS
Edited by: "lord_trumpington" 11th Mar
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