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Apple iPhone X (iPhone 10) - 64GB - Refurb 'Good' Condition 12m Warranty - eBay/Music Magpie - £334.99 with code
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Apple iPhone X (iPhone 10) - 64GB - Refurb 'Good' Condition 12m Warranty - eBay/Music Magpie - £334.99 with code

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Posted 18th Nov 2019Edited by:"tommytbone1"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Deal of the day and seems to have been reduced before the code.

Cheapest option 'Good' with Vodafone comes out to £334.99 with the code. Seems a good deal for this very reputable seller that we all know and love.

Vodafone
Space Grey
64gb
'Good'
Code: PRIZE20
= £334.99

As Switch always says, if condition is not to your liking, just send it back.

Our Conditions Explained:

Pristine - This is an exceptional product showing no signs of use, it has been fully tested and is in excellent working order.

Very Good - This product is in very good cosmetic condition and although there may be some light signs of use, the item has been fully tested and is in excellent working order.

Good – This product will show moderate signs of wear and tear, the item has been fully tested, restored to factory settings and is in excellent working order.You’re getting a great device at a great price!

This iPhone doesn't include its original box.

As well as a great value iPhone, you will also receive:
  • FREE 12 Months Warranty
  • FREE USB Charging Cable
  • FREE Sim Opening Tool
  • FREE Cleaning Cloth
  • FREE Royal Mail 48hrs delivery
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40 Comments
Link just goes to the ebay homepage?
Easy to unlock?
_Fergie_18/11/2019 09:21

Link just goes to the ebay homepage?


Sorry about that... Updated
Edited by: "tommytbone1" 18th Nov 2019
Outstanding about of 'iPhone' for the money. Also, for those that don't know this, if your display is scratched up the iPhone X has a quality program on it (just to clarify, the quality program is for display failure, not for glass getting scratched) so you can insist on a new display unit for this phone once, even if out of warranty.
Edited by: "plewis00" 18th Nov 2019
Can the vodafone one be unlocked?
Not sure of the unlocking process with Vodafone myself.
Hopefully another member can advise on this
plewis0018/11/2019 10:20

Outstanding about of 'iPhone' for the money. Also, for those that don't …Outstanding about of 'iPhone' for the money. Also, for those that don't know this, if your display is scratched up the iPhone X has a quality program on it so you can insist on a new display unit for this phone once, even if out of warranty.


Really? that seems overly decent of them. Are they offering this due to the glass they used not being up to 'scratch'?
plewis0018/11/2019 10:20

Outstanding about of 'iPhone' for the money. Also, for those that don't …Outstanding about of 'iPhone' for the money. Also, for those that don't know this, if your display is scratched up the iPhone X has a quality program on it so you can insist on a new display unit for this phone once, even if out of warranty.



Ooh, didn’t know that

Is there a way of easily finding out if it’s been done already once the phone is received?
plewis0018/11/2019 10:20

Outstanding about of 'iPhone' for the money. Also, for those that don't …Outstanding about of 'iPhone' for the money. Also, for those that don't know this, if your display is scratched up the iPhone X has a quality program on it so you can insist on a new display unit for this phone once, even if out of warranty.


ELI5 please
tommytbone118/11/2019 10:24

Really? that seems overly decent of them. Are they offering this due to …Really? that seems overly decent of them. Are they offering this due to the glass they used not being up to 'scratch'?


No. It's a bit of a loophole but the iPhone X touch layer can fail, if you moan at them they will replace it once, out of warranty for you. I had one from new and the touchscreen started to play up, I had a huge row with Carphone Warehouse over it who refused to accept it, went to court and then Apple announced this program which proved I hadn't made it up.

Anyway, this is the link to it, but you can use it on 'used phones' to get the display replaced with new glass which makes the handset good as new (with the bit you see):
support.apple.com/iph…ram
Basically for £335 you can have an iPhone X with pristine glass.
Thanks op ...purchased !!.Heat added

Fingers crossed condiiton will be as good as the Google Pixel I just purchased
Does everyone always go for Good and hope for the best/return? or go for Very Good/Pristine options?
Has anyone bought their "good" condition phones before? What was the conditio and battery like?
Edited by: "dimon72" 18th Nov 2019
dimon7218/11/2019 12:33

Has anyone bought their "good" condition phones before? What was the …Has anyone bought their "good" condition phones before? What was the conditio and battery like?


I’ve brought a “good” condition iPad Air 1 from music magpie, it was pretty much immaculate. I also brought a “good” iPhone 6 from there and it was in bad condition. Battery on the iPad is great, iPhone 6 not so great but that can be expected due to the age/use.
greenstick18/11/2019 10:24

Ooh, didn’t know thatIs there a way of easily finding out if it’s been don …Ooh, didn’t know thatIs there a way of easily finding out if it’s been done already once the phone is received?



macrumors.com/201…am/


Interesting.


No serial check, does that effectively means you can get your screen replaced for free even if it doesn't experience the mentioned touch issues?
I’ve had iPhone X with legit touch issues. Been to Apple, they always perform a check and if you pass they not gonna replace it(mine passed so they didn’t). Of course that was after Apple announced their replacement program.
gren0518/11/2019 11:40

Thanks op ...purchased !!.Heat addedFingers crossed condiiton will be as …Thanks op ...purchased !!.Heat addedFingers crossed condiiton will be as good as the Google Pixel I just purchased


No problem, nice deal you got there @gren05 ! Hope you're lucky with the condition
AndyP198418/11/2019 12:49

https://www.macrumors.com/2018/11/09/iphone-x-display-replacement-program/Interesting.No serial check, does that effectively means you can get your screen replaced for free even if it doesn't experience the mentioned touch issues?


Be forceful. Tell them unless they’re using it 24/7, a one minute test can’t prove anything as it’s an intermittent issue anyway. Failing that, summon a manager over and get increasingly firm and insistent. They should give up - either that or say you’re coming back later that week without an appointment and will let them know what you think. It’s not worth their while blocking it most of the time.
plewis0018/11/2019 10:26

No. It's a bit of a loophole but the iPhone X touch layer can fail, if you …No. It's a bit of a loophole but the iPhone X touch layer can fail, if you moan at them they will replace it once, out of warranty for you. I had one from new and the touchscreen started to play up, I had a huge row with Carphone Warehouse over it who refused to accept it, went to court and then Apple announced this program which proved I hadn't made it up.Anyway, this is the link to it, but you can use it on 'used phones' to get the display replaced with new glass which makes the handset good as new (with the bit you see):https://support.apple.com/iphone-x-display-module-replacement-program Basically for £335 you can have an iPhone X with pristine glass.


How much £s did it take to take them to court?
I want to sake Samsung over my s10+
Misslovely18/11/2019 17:43

How much £s did it take to take them to court?I want to sake Samsung over …How much £s did it take to take them to court?I want to sake Samsung over my s10+


What's wrong with the S10+?
juxtapozed18/11/2019 17:45

What's wrong with the S10+?


It was on charge for 1 hour and moisture detection started peeping, took USB out straight away and sent it off to Samsung. They said it has moisture inside and now its classed as liquid damage as apparently it has liquid inside although my side everything was safe and no water near it whatsoever. They want me to pay £350 or get mobile back !!! Wouldn't take any complaints either, they don't want to know me the........
Misslovely18/11/2019 17:43

How much £s did it take to take them to court?I want to sake Samsung over …How much £s did it take to take them to court?I want to sake Samsung over my s10+


I took CPW to Small Claims and it cost £75 to file the papers I think, but when they settled they paid the fee back to me as well. I did give them fair chance to fix my phone and the morons at 'KnowHow' did a factory reset and software update citing that I hadn't done it myself, the reality was that I had done it but they kept it so long an update came out in the interim.

If you're taking Samsung you'll likely want to do it under 'not fit for purpose' under Consumer Rights Act 2015, but you can pre-empt it with a letter stating your intent and they might just sort it out for you before it goes that far. Unfortunately CPW decided to fight back and got what I can only described as a poorly-trained paralegal to handle it, so it didn't take much for me, a layperson, to beat them into submission - it took me 7 months to sort out and I had to buy another phone in the meantime.

I just read your explanation. You can probably go after them for the value of the phone then but make sure you get the right entity. It's likely a third-party repair centre you're actually challenging not Samsung UK.
Edited by: "plewis00" 18th Nov 2019
plewis0018/11/2019 18:13

I took CPW to Small Claims and it cost £75 to file the papers I think, but …I took CPW to Small Claims and it cost £75 to file the papers I think, but when they settled they paid the fee back to me as well. I did give them fair chance to fix my phone and the morons at 'KnowHow' did a factory reset and software update citing that I hadn't done it myself, the reality was that I had done it but they kept it so long an update came out in the interim.If you're taking Samsung you'll likely want to do it under 'not fit for purpose' under Consumer Rights Act 2015, but you can pre-empt it with a letter stating your intent and they might just sort it out for you before it goes that far. Unfortunately CPW decided to fight back and got what I can only described as a poorly-trained paralegal to handle it, so it didn't take much for me, a layperson, to beat them into submission - it took me 7 months to sort out and I had to buy another phone in the meantime.I just read your explanation. You can probably go after them for the value of the phone then but make sure you get the right entity. It's likely a third-party repair centre you're actually challenging not Samsung UK.


Iv asked for it back today as I had no choice and I'm gonna ask the store where I bought it from for repair. Samsung sent me some gruesome images which look unreal.
My USB was clean unlike all this burnt out one. I'm so worried that they may have swoppped motherboard because that's where the USB port is attached so Samsung can make even more ££s
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Misslovely18/11/2019 18:30

Iv asked for it back today as I had no choice and I'm gonna ask the store …Iv asked for it back today as I had no choice and I'm gonna ask the store where I bought it from for repair. Samsung sent me some gruesome images which look unreal. My USB was clean unlike all this burnt out one. I'm so worried that they may have swoppped motherboard because that's where the USB port is attached so Samsung can make even more ££s[Image] [Image]


The port has water residue on it but that doesn't mean it got inside the phone. If they changed your motherboard, the IMEI will be different. What's the first picture? That looks like a random cable not the port itself.
plewis0018/11/2019 18:31

The port has water residue on it but that doesn't mean it got inside the …The port has water residue on it but that doesn't mean it got inside the phone. If they changed your motherboard, the IMEI will be different. What's the first picture? That looks like a random cable not the port itself.


The 1st picture is the anker USB cable they claim is mine. Straight away I unplugged it, tried another USB and another and the phone burnt all 3 cables.
Unlocked 'Reasonable' here for £340 if you want a unlocked phone + dont mind running the risk doing the above screen replacement idea

ebay.co.uk/itm…852
Edited by: "tommytbone1" 18th Nov 2019
tommytbone118/11/2019 10:23

Not sure of the unlocking process with Vodafone myself. Hopefully another …Not sure of the unlocking process with Vodafone myself. Hopefully another member can advise on this


I have a spare Vodafone monthly sim I use to unlock vodafone phones I buy. I think i can unlock around 6 phones a year for nothing.
So its pretty good just for that.

Last iphone I unlocked was iphone 8 and I took around 48 hours . Hope this helps everyone.

On payg think its around £15
yeababyyea18/11/2019 20:29

I have a spare Vodafone monthly sim I use to unlock vodafone phones I buy. …I have a spare Vodafone monthly sim I use to unlock vodafone phones I buy. I think i can unlock around 6 phones a year for nothing. So its pretty good just for that.Last iphone I unlocked was iphone 8 and I took around 48 hours . Hope this helps everyone. On payg think its around £15


It's free after 30 days
After picking all the right options it Shows as £439.99 for me.
£439.99 - £75 = £364.99
Has the price went up or am I doing something wrong?
AaronBrowne19/11/2019 20:14

After picking all the right options it Shows as £439.99 for me. £439.99 - £ …After picking all the right options it Shows as £439.99 for me. £439.99 - £75 = £364.99Has the price went up or am I doing something wrong?


It looks as though the price has gone up.....I bought yesterday for £334.99 after the 20% discount.
Yeah, expired now
Mine came today, very happy with condition of phone, one scratch on screen but hardly noticeable, overall really good condition and battery at 100%
Is 91% battery good enough? I don t have any experience about what i am supposed to get.
tyler2820/11/2019 14:14

Is 91% battery good enough? I don t have any experience about what i am …Is 91% battery good enough? I don t have any experience about what i am supposed to get.


mine arrived today at that, i think its acceptable because its "good" condition and at the end of the day these will be 2 year old handsets now. Apple dont recommend swapping until it dips below 80% AFAIK, for the price i think anything 85+ is acceptable
Mine arrived today....very happy purchased good condition.....Cannot find any marks/scratches in fact in pristine condition & 95%.

Thanks op
gren0520/11/2019 15:25

Mine arrived today....very happy purchased good condition.....Cannot find …Mine arrived today....very happy purchased good condition.....Cannot find any marks/scratches in fact in pristine condition & 95%.Thanks op


Same here, mine arrived at 2pm. I ordered a "Good" condition Vodafone device in Space Grey. Only mark I can see is next to the charge port on the base, a small hairline scratch and battery at 86%.. I can deal with that for now!
Sounds like some great results here for the price. I'd be very happy with a small scratch here and there too.
How do you check the current battery capacity? Not that I bought one, but good to know for next time
Settings
battery
battery health
tommy.noddy20/11/2019 16:09

Settingsbatterybattery health


Well then, and here's us andriod users with depths of 'developer options' and still clueless about the overall battery health.
Suppose it's one less thing to worry about after knowing that google is collating every detail about your life
Edited by: "tommytbone1" 20th Nov 2019
Hi all

Do you expect the prize20 codes back anytime soon ?

Does eBay do these often ?
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