by fizz2616 Contributor
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Good as new against the standard.

What is the 'good as new' phone like against the standard phone, i want an iPhone 7, but want to know what the quality is like for a good as new, are there scratches, cracks etc. Or is there another reason to why it is classed separately? 

 

Thank you.

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by Grand Master
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Re: Good as new against the standard.

These are not refurbished phones but ones that have been returned by customers during the cooling-off period & so can no longer be sold as "New". "Good-as-new" means just that. They come with their full warranty.

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by Grand Master
Grand Master
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Re: Good as new against the standard.

These are not refurbished phones but ones that have been returned by customers during the cooling-off period & so can no longer be sold as "New". "Good-as-new" means just that. They come with their full warranty.

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To phone EE: The local rate landline number +44 207 362 0200 or Freephone +44 800 079 8586 - Option 1 for Mobiles; Option 2 for 4G WiFi; Option 3 for Home Broadband & EE TV.

ISPs: 1999: Freeserve 48K Dial-Up => 2005: Wanadoo 1 Meg BB => 2007: Orange 2 Meg BB => 2008: Orange 8 Meg LLU => 2010: Orange 16 Meg LLU => 2011: Orange 20 Meg WBC => 2014: EE 20 Meg WBC

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