Refurbished Iphone 6s 64gb £189 @ Envirofone
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Refurbished Iphone 6s 64gb £189 @ Envirofone

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Found 17th Mar
6s 64gb in silver and other colours unlocked. Best price I found.
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There may be people who can’t afford an iPhone but do want one; why shouldn’t they go for this?

The 6s is a good solid model from Apple, one of their best IMO. You’re always taking a bit of a gamble when buying refurbished but this could be a decent entry to the iPhone if you don’t want to go Android.
KentishLad32 m ago

You could buy a new phone (in every sense of the word) for substantially …You could buy a new phone (in every sense of the word) for substantially less. I would suggest if your budget is £180 ish, looking at a new Android handset - if you can't afford an iPhone, you can't afford one.


If you can’t afford an iPhone then buy this iPhone. Then you have an affordable iPhone
KentishLad4 h, 3 m ago

if you can't afford an iPhone, you can't afford one.


By this logic, if you can't afford to buy a car brand new then you can't afford a used one either, don't drive at all.
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Refurbished though? Needs to be added to title.
You could buy a new phone (in every sense of the word) for substantially less. I would suggest if your budget is £180 ish, looking at a new Android handset - if you can't afford an iPhone, you can't afford one.
There may be people who can’t afford an iPhone but do want one; why shouldn’t they go for this?

The 6s is a good solid model from Apple, one of their best IMO. You’re always taking a bit of a gamble when buying refurbished but this could be a decent entry to the iPhone if you don’t want to go Android.
KentishLad12 m ago

You could buy a new phone (in every sense of the word) for substantially …You could buy a new phone (in every sense of the word) for substantially less. I would suggest if your budget is £180 ish, looking at a new Android handset - if you can't afford an iPhone, you can't afford one.


Any recommendations?
Good price, dependant on how well they have been refurbished.

Worth mentioning that the site is touting this a £100 of their usual price - if this was in the title, it may increase the heat of this deal.
Decent price n model, heat
Has anyone brought from them before? What are they like? Any issues? Considering getting this.
Don't forget £5 cashback via Quidco
The ones at this price are classed as Refurbished Good which is the lowest grade of the 5 they offer.

1. Boxed New
2. Refurbished as New
3. Refurbished Pristine
4. Refurbished Excellent
5. Refurbished Good.
Edited by: "Candystore" 17th Mar
KentishLad32 m ago

You could buy a new phone (in every sense of the word) for substantially …You could buy a new phone (in every sense of the word) for substantially less. I would suggest if your budget is £180 ish, looking at a new Android handset - if you can't afford an iPhone, you can't afford one.


If you can’t afford an iPhone then buy this iPhone. Then you have an affordable iPhone
Get the Huwaei P Smart. Works out cheaper with the £50 paypal credit via cashback from Huawei
Do some people prefer Android?
Bler1 h, 3 m ago

Has anyone brought from them before? What are they like? Any issues? …Has anyone brought from them before? What are they like? Any issues? Considering getting this.


Bought 3 phones from them. Lightening cable is cheap copy, but worked, no charger. The 3x 7 series I bought didn't have genuine heaphones, 3.5mm cheap ones, no adaptor. I bought good grade all. The 7 black was perfect, closely inspected, I'd say like new. The 7+ jet black was badly marked rear, FOC return and swiftly dealt with. The 7+ black was decent but not as good as 7 for condition, so actually as per their grading system.
deleted5795917th Mar

I would say be aware that the battery will prob be hammered, as such Apple …I would say be aware that the battery will prob be hammered, as such Apple replacement program is £25 for a new battery.. Apple when repairing will also perform diagnostics, and they replaced free of charge my microphone.


But be aware if other 3rd party repairs have already been carried out (screen replacement etc) or they find water damage etc they may refuse to fix the battery unless you also shell out for them to repair other faults found. Think depending where you go they may be more/less flexible but a mates battery replacement was refused for water damage in Solihull unless he paid additional £150 or so...
That's cheap
2 out of 2 IPhone 6s I've bought from Envirofone in the last 6 months had bad battery and water damage, hence Apple not offering battery replacement.
6s is a good model, still running one myself as I don’t see the benefit of upgrading to the 8/X so would highly recommend to anyone
Albie73 h, 3 m ago

Get the Huwaei P Smart. Works out cheaper with the £50 paypal credit via …Get the Huwaei P Smart. Works out cheaper with the £50 paypal credit via cashback from Huawei


What cashback?
abcbut3 h, 1 m ago

Do some people prefer Android?


obviously, if manufacturers still make Android phones
I still have my 6S Plus, in fact I’m typing on it right now. Just got a new battery a few days ago after 3 years and honestly it works better and faster than when I purchased it. It’s a solid phone, I both have the means and money to upgrade to iPhone X but it works so well, I don’t see why I need to.
If you want to join the Apple economy, this is a great price to start with, but honestly the Plus versions better.
nice. just purchased. thanks!
KentishLad4 h, 3 m ago

if you can't afford an iPhone, you can't afford one.


By this logic, if you can't afford to buy a car brand new then you can't afford a used one either, don't drive at all.
Sam02158 m ago

If you want to join the Apple economy, this is a great price to start …If you want to join the Apple economy, this is a great price to start with, but honestly the Plus versions better.


great typo, love it
I paid 169 Music Magpie and it looks brand new!!!! Came today
Awesome price, sorely tempted as my personal 5s has given up and I need a new phone, the work 5SE is superb enough but really need my own
bimmermad6 h, 53 m ago

Any recommendations?


I have an iPhone for work, so for the odd bit of personal use, I keep a moto G5. I think they're about the same price as this second hand one.
Steelman11117th Mar

By this logic, if you can't afford to buy a car brand new then you can't …By this logic, if you can't afford to buy a car brand new then you can't afford a used one either, don't drive at all.


A phone has about 3 years of moderate use in it. It's life buying a lexus with 250k on the clock. It'll go, but for now long?
I loved my 4s, although it was only 16gb so i had extra cloud storage.. i had it until last year, no issues, then i l lost it..:( thank god i backed it up.

Then i saw a advert for a 6s 64gb for £220, so i went for it...Oh my God, it was like going from a play station to a PS4, don't get me wrong though the original playstation still rocks especially with Tomb Raider & Lara..:)
KentishLad1 h, 22 m ago

A phone has about 3 years of moderate use in it. It's life buying a lexus …A phone has about 3 years of moderate use in it. It's life buying a lexus with 250k on the clock. It'll go, but for now long?


Tbf..250k is not much for a Engine..I've had 5 Mx5 Mk1's from Japan (Roadsters) over the past 10 years and all from 1989- 1994, with no issues, even work vans will last for 400k and more as long as they are fed oil, petrol & water and looked after. Age is no issue.
Edited by: "OrcasWaling" 17th Mar
Rose Gold only now?
Good price for unlocked phones, though locked 64GB 'Good' phones can be bought for cheaper on MusicMagpie (from £169.99 for Vodafone locked and £179.99 for O2).
chapchap10 h, 33 m ago

If you can’t afford an iPhone then buy this iPhone. Then you have an a …If you can’t afford an iPhone then buy this iPhone. Then you have an affordable iPhone


but i want to impress my mates with a £1k phone
purchased 2 of these two weeks ago for this price for kid and missus. They look new. No scratches on the metal or screen. These phones are too slim and slippy to hold so most people keep them in a case so they stay in top condition. Battery seems fine and checked with a battery condition app. I might get it changed later in the year for £25. Not worth it at the moment might as well get another 6 months out of it. I know its not new but the 6s knocks spots of any new android for the same price. You need to pay 300+ to get something equivilent new.
Reasonable price
EQL7 h, 56 m ago

Good price for unlocked phones, though locked 64GB 'Good' phones can be …Good price for unlocked phones, though locked 64GB 'Good' phones can be bought for cheaper on MusicMagpie (from £169.99 for Vodafone locked and £179.99 for O2).


Is it easy to get them unlocked and reasonable cost? I read a thread which claims unlocking is temporary as an OS update may make it locked again.
Will network providers unlock if we buy used iPhone?
Please share your views who have unlocked. TIA
dave_stuf677 h, 19 m ago

purchased 2 of these two weeks ago for this price for kid and missus. They …purchased 2 of these two weeks ago for this price for kid and missus. They look new. No scratches on the metal or screen. These phones are too slim and slippy to hold so most people keep them in a case so they stay in top condition. Battery seems fine and checked with a battery condition app. I might get it changed later in the year for £25. Not worth it at the moment might as well get another 6 months out of it. I know its not new but the 6s knocks spots of any new android for the same price. You need to pay 300+ to get something equivilent new.


No point looking at battery condition apps on the App Store as they're just a sham - Apple doesn't give access to any APIs to check battery condition anymore so at best all these apps do is 'guess' based on battery lifetime data since the last time you restored the phone - which in the case of a newly set up phone is unlikely to show as particularly bad.

Unless you mean you used the Coconut Battery app on Mac, which is pretty reliable.

If you update an iPhone to the 11.3 public betas (a pretty easy process) then you can get actual battery health status directly from the 'battery' menu in settings.
Edited by: "misterleoni" 18th Mar
deals_4u42 m ago

Is it easy to get them unlocked and reasonable cost? I read a thread which …Is it easy to get them unlocked and reasonable cost? I read a thread which claims unlocking is temporary as an OS update may make it locked again.Will network providers unlock if we buy used iPhone?Please share your views who have unlocked. TIA


I suspect whatever thread you read is absolutely ancient and relates to the unlocking process you used to be able to do via Jailbreak (approximately 9 years ago). There is no way to unlock an iPhone with software anymore as this was patched years before even Steve Jobs died.

The only way to unlock an iPhone is via carrier unlock. Third parties will perform this process for a premium but you can also directly request it from the network. iPhones lock remotely - eg when you set up the phone it checks Apple's Activation Server to see if your phone is tied to a network or not. If it is, and your SIM is not supported, then it won't work. If you get your phone unlocked though, it won't re-lock with software updates unless you're subject to some catastrophic bad luck - in which case Apple would no doubt sort it out.
So much money for a used 3 year old phone.
64GB appears to be OOS
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