Samsung Galaxy S7 Unlocked/Good £219.99 OR locked to Voda/Good for £199.99 OR Samsung Galaxy S8 Unlocked/Good £389.99 + 12 month warranty @ MusicMagpie
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Unlocked/Good £219.99 OR locked to Voda/Good for £199.99 OR Samsung Galaxy S8 Unlocked/Good £389.99 + 12 month warranty @ MusicMagpie

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Found 27th Feb
The unlocked discount applies at checkout/basket - Vodafone offer is already discounted - LOW STOCK on both S7 variants


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S8 refurb 64GB is here and discount applied at checkout LINKY

Couple also aval locked to EE for £10 cheaper (See link above) and select on drop down menu.


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All come with a 12 month warranty and can return within 14 days if unhappy with your item
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I'm still happy with my S7 to the point I will be refusing an upgrade. For me, phones have peaked the past few years so I'd be upgrading for the sake of upgrading. Paying hundreds of pounds for minor updates. It's madness when you think about it. Guess the older I get the more frugal I become!
Edited by: "anlygi" 27th Feb
master1017 m ago

I saw an s8 on sale in cuckoo land for £250. Dont know any details. Cant …I saw an s8 on sale in cuckoo land for £250. Dont know any details. Cant link to it either.


What a fannie
Has to be new for me.
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£179.99 at GAME instore @ swindon (s7 edge was on a card in the window)

unknown grade or network as i didn't inquire i spotted it Friday last week i can't link it from there website either
Edited by: "supermqd" 27th Feb
How good is good, any experience from someone here?
Has to be new for me.
TheOak18 m ago

How good is good, any experience from someone here?

Purchased a “good” iPhone 6s from here 6months ago and it was in an immaculate condition and still going great 🏼
bsrizwan6 m ago

Purchased a “good” iPhone 6s from here 6months ago and it was in an imm …Purchased a “good” iPhone 6s from here 6months ago and it was in an immaculate condition and still going great 🏼


Sadly I misread it as s7 Edge so won't be buying anyway
supermqd1 h, 47 m ago

£179.99 at GAME instore @ swindon (s7 edge was on a card in the …£179.99 at GAME instore @ swindon (s7 edge was on a card in the window)unknown grade or network as i didn't inquire i spotted it Friday last week i can't link it from there website either


I saw an s8 on sale in cuckoo land for £250. Dont know any details. Cant link to it either.
TheOak1 h, 47 m ago

How good is good, any experience from someone here?


Depends if they have done a proper job at checking it. I have had a HTC One m9 that was pretty much very good apart from afew marks/scratches front and back, but the HTC 10 I received recently had some pixel damage (a small white circle about 1.5mmx1.5mm across) and some dint's in the rear. Plus they only included a Micro USB cable and not the type C that the phone actually takes. It's abit pot luck, but worth a shot as you can always return it.
master1017 m ago

I saw an s8 on sale in cuckoo land for £250. Dont know any details. Cant …I saw an s8 on sale in cuckoo land for £250. Dont know any details. Cant link to it either.


What a fannie
TheOak1 h, 47 m ago

How good is good, any experience from someone here?


I would say grade c/low b
I have the S7, excellent phone. Recommended
Won’t the s8 drop more in price once the s9 comes out in a week or so?
master1031 m ago

I saw an s8 on sale in cuckoo land for £250. Dont know any details. Cant …I saw an s8 on sale in cuckoo land for £250. Dont know any details. Cant link to it either.


£250 has to be a china model
I'm still happy with my S7 to the point I will be refusing an upgrade. For me, phones have peaked the past few years so I'd be upgrading for the sake of upgrading. Paying hundreds of pounds for minor updates. It's madness when you think about it. Guess the older I get the more frugal I become!
Edited by: "anlygi" 27th Feb
Bought three used Galaxy Note 4s one by one on eBay for members of my family and they have all been brilliant. My one is coming up to 2 years old and have no intention at all of replacing it yet. It's had a new battery but they're cheap and easy to install.
xbaassassin21 m ago

Won’t the s8 drop more in price once the s9 comes out in a week or so?


Already came out
iEimis28 m ago

Already came out


No it didnt
How about mentioning that they're refurbished?
Too much for what is a 2 year old phone and 2nd hand.Cold from me.
This or the 2018 Nokia 6?
When you get these phones you need to think the battery as well. 2 years old battery is not going to be good and you cannot just pop it out and slide a new one in without opening the phone. That will cost you another at least £50. Cold
muckspreader159 m ago

Too much for what is a 2 year old phone and 2nd hand.Cold from me.


Stupid comment from you as usual. No surprise there.
Ordered a "good" phone from Music Magpie before and when it came it looked like somebody had been playing football with it. Sent it back and got a refund.
anlygi3 h, 10 m ago

I'm still happy with my S7 to the point I will be refusing an upgrade. For …I'm still happy with my S7 to the point I will be refusing an upgrade. For me, phones have peaked the past few years so I'd be upgrading for the sake of upgrading. Paying hundreds of pounds for minor updates. It's madness when you think about it. Guess the older I get the more frugal I become!


i am same, the s7 can still multi task and no slowness, i locked at s9 and s8 only minor upgrades, nothing to warrant a change , only battery more efficient, i mean when you pay 500 pounds for a phone you expect it too last more than a year or two. might have a look when s10 comes
eliHd4521 h, 46 m ago

When you get these phones you need to think the battery as well. 2 years …When you get these phones you need to think the battery as well. 2 years old battery is not going to be good and you cannot just pop it out and slide a new one in without opening the phone. That will cost you another at least £50. Cold


mine charge about 25 then way hay new battery
magpie don`t buy anything less then Very good wasted of time and postage fee to return the thing and no Return labels inside of the box
Was this one of the Samsungs which explodes? Does it still get OS updates or has Samsung dropped support? Can Samsung's bloat be removed from Android
greenant1 h, 28 m ago

Was this one of the Samsungs which explodes? Does it still get OS updates …Was this one of the Samsungs which explodes? Does it still get OS updates or has Samsung dropped support? Can Samsung's bloat be removed from Android


No. Yes. Yes.
They sell these in town for 165 unlocked in great condition.
This is a poor deal, why the hell is it so hot?
greenant4 h, 30 m ago

Was this one of the Samsungs which explodes? Does it still get OS updates …Was this one of the Samsungs which explodes? Does it still get OS updates or has Samsung dropped support? Can Samsung's bloat be removed from Android


Are you one of those Apple fanboys propagating rubbish information around?

No, the S7 does not explode usually (no more than an iPhone)
Yes, OS still gets updates (Oreo coming soon)
Not much Samsung bloat software, but it can be disabled
master1011 h, 51 m ago

I saw an s8 on sale in cuckoo land for £250. Dont know any details. Cant …I saw an s8 on sale in cuckoo land for £250. Dont know any details. Cant link to it either.


perhaps its a manager special!
fishmaster10 h, 19 m ago

Stupid comment from you as usual. No surprise there.


And another verbal attack from the know it all.Didnt expect anything less.The same person who tried to convince everyone on here that Windows phones were the future and look how that panned out for you.Why anyone would take advice from you is beyond me.
anlygi13 h, 46 m ago

I'm still happy with my S7 to the point I will be refusing an upgrade. For …I'm still happy with my S7 to the point I will be refusing an upgrade. For me, phones have peaked the past few years so I'd be upgrading for the sake of upgrading. Paying hundreds of pounds for minor updates. It's madness when you think about it. Guess the older I get the more frugal I become!


Agree. The S7 will keep up easily for the next two years. There have been only incremental updates since then. Importantly for me, the camera is awesome specially in low light. Just need to replace the battery now as it's acting up. Not difficult to do but many poor quality batteries being sold so have to find a good one.

This is a great deal, heated. Just keep in mind you would need to replace the battery at some point.
anlygi15 h, 30 m ago

I'm still happy with my S7 to the point I will be refusing an upgrade. For …I'm still happy with my S7 to the point I will be refusing an upgrade. For me, phones have peaked the past few years so I'd be upgrading for the sake of upgrading. Paying hundreds of pounds for minor updates. It's madness when you think about it. Guess the older I get the more frugal I become!


Oreo update (Android) is due out on the S7 in a few months.
Will see how it performs then but hopefully fine.
hcc272 h, 25 m ago

Agree. The S7 will keep up easily for the next two years. There have been …Agree. The S7 will keep up easily for the next two years. There have been only incremental updates since then. Importantly for me, the camera is awesome specially in low light. Just need to replace the battery now as it's acting up. Not difficult to do but many poor quality batteries being sold so have to find a good one.This is a great deal, heated. Just keep in mind you would need to replace the battery at some point.



That's it. I always sold it to myself as the phones were snappier, cameras better (for pictures of the kids, I'm not a narcissist and not on social media ), better screens etc but there's not much requirement for better beyond a good performing 12mp camera and QHD AMOLED screen for me. Might be differences on paper but in day to day use there'd be very little difference. The plan is to at least hold off until next year and evaluate then. At the very most I would consider an S9 when the s10 or whatever it's called comes out. Accidents aside of course, but I'm careful with my phones. Last phone destroyed was a Blackberry so that's how long ago it was and even then it was the wife that decided to borrow it and take it for a bath with a glass of wine...
anlygi8 m ago

That's it. I always sold it to myself as the phones were snappier, cameras …That's it. I always sold it to myself as the phones were snappier, cameras better (for pictures of the kids, I'm not a narcissist and not on social media ), better screens etc but there's not much requirement for better beyond a good performing 12mp camera and QHD AMOLED screen for me. Might be differences on paper but in day to day use there'd be very little difference. The plan is to at least hold off until next year and evaluate then. At the very most I would consider an S9 when the s10 or whatever it's called comes out. Accidents aside of course, but I'm careful with my phones. Last phone destroyed was a Blackberry so that's how long ago it was and even then it was the wife that decided to borrow it and take it for a bath with a glass of wine...


Hmm... Bath ,Wine and a Blackberry ...definitely a recipe for disaster....
Hondo3 m ago

Hmm... Bath ,Wine and a Blackberry ...definitely a recipe for disaster.... …Hmm... Bath ,Wine and a Blackberry ...definitely a recipe for disaster....



The Blackberry's did have a good strong vibration. I hope it was her friend she was calling!
Great phone! And has a usable fingerprint sensor, unlike the newer models.
Been a while since I've had to unlock a phone, but isn't it just a code which costs about £2.00? Or have things changed since 1998?
Trade s7 edge in against s9 and get 275 carphone warehouse
daver773 h, 25 m ago

Great phone! And has a usable fingerprint sensor, unlike the newer models.



I personally prefer finger print scanner on s8, easy unlockable while holding with one hand. Way faster and more accurate also.
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