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Refurb Apple iPhone 4S 64 GB for AT&T (no contract) for $499 + free shipping

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Last Edited by sid7 October 10, 2012 at 05:15 AM
AT&T offers the refurbished, no-contract Apple iPhone black 4S 64GB Smartphone for AT&T in White, model no. MC920LL/A, for $299.99 with free shipping. (Select "No Commitment" from the dropdown box to see this price.)


Sales tax is added where applicable. It's powered by the Apple A5 dual-core processor and features an 8-megapixel camera which is capable of recording 1080p video at 30 fps with image stabilization, dual-antenna system for faster downloads and improved call quality on GSM networks, AirPlay Mirroring, Siri voice-activated assistant, 8-hour battery life, and more.

No warranty information is provided.

http://www.att.com/shop/wireless/...efurb.html

Thet now have the black refurb iphone 4s for $499
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Last Edited by balnderous October 10, 2012 at 08:48 PM
DEAD!! White one is $499 now

No Activation fees: Linky
Device is yours to keep even if service is canceled (within 3 days: no plan or activation fee): Linky
AT&T will unlock it for free, since you bought it with no-commitment.

Also, as per AT&T website: "Refurbished Apple branded equipment covered under Apple’s original Limited Warranty and will have at least 90 days or more remaining under warranty when sold."

Remember, there is hard credit pull!!!!!

AT&T unlock site: https://www.att.com/deviceunlock/...dCondition
Check warranty, activation and unlock status: http://s-url.ro/

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Quote from worthmining View Post :
Why do people ever pay full price for iPhone? It's not like you can get a $30 unlimited data plan (reasonable talk min, not T-mobile's 100 min pre-paid plan) anywhere without buying a new phone, why don't take the sign up discount. I mean you end up paying on those 2 year contract rate one way or the other, might as well get a discount phone, right?

The only advantage of buying a unlock phone is if you want to jump between carriers every two months, but what's for?
Quote from sierrahiker View Post :
Two words: Straight Talk.
But that will only save you around $1,000 over 2 years.
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#242
looks like its OOS... :-(
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Quote from The_Linux_Crew View Post :
Why would you want to? You can get a Galaxy S2 for the same price that blows the doors off an Apple 4s.

Of course the Samsung is 4g and the Apple is 4s, and S is higher than G on the alphabet, so the Apple must be better.
LMAO

repped for the lol
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just purchases white one
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Quote from bsulistioadi View Post :

About using it over T-Mobile network: Yes you can use it for voice, but the mobile data frequency is different, so you will NOT get 3G (or higher) speed.

That is not true anymore - T-mobile is in the process of reframing their network to use the 3G/4G frequencies of the iPhone and other phones -- it should be completed by the end of the year for the network.

http://www.airportal.de to see if your area has been reframed.

or http://www.tmonews.com/2012/09/t-...ne-speeds/
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Quote from bsulistioadi View Post :
About using it over T-Mobile network: Yes you can use it for voice, but the mobile data frequency is different, so you will NOT get 3G (or higher) speed.
Not true. T-Mobile will have converted its network to 1900 3G frequency that iPhone uses by the end of this year. Many areas, including mine already have it. Right now, it's faster than Sprint's and AT&T's LTE, but Verizon's LTE is slightly faster.
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Quote from zoonil View Post :
1) ... I was buying this refurbished phone from ATT

2) Cancel after a couple of days

3) Switch to Straight talk or T-Mobile


So When I am buying the iphone from ATT (Step 1) should I port my current number from Verizon, or do I do that in step 3.
I cant tell you with certainty..... I think you will be fine if you ported your number from Verizon to straight talk instead of porting to ATT and then porting to Straight talk. Coz,in this case, buying a phone from ATT is just like buying a device only without plan.
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#248
I am existing Tmobile customer with older iPhone. Can I open new ATT account with plan and cancel within 3 days of receiving device without extra charge or is this only for existing att accounts?
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#249
Just ordered one on one of my backup lines... this is a pretty darn good deal for a "brand new" refurbed phone with a 1 year warranty
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Quote from hikmetbaturalp View Post :
One cannot use this with T-mobile, right?
you SHOULD be able to use it on T-mobile...
but if it doesn't, then you can unlock it by purchasing the unlock code from ebay... (around $5-$10) (depending on the days deal Stick Out Tongue)

I've tried it, IT REALLY DOES WORK!!!
zfzdfd really xD fdsfksf Big Grin kallalalalala this is real xD Stick Out Tongue
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Last edited by serra October 7, 2012 at 09:46 PM
#251
can this phone be used for tmobile pay as you go?
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#252
Any idea if these come with iOS5 or iOS6?
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can this phone be used for tmobile pay as you go?
Yes, after unlocking.
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Yes, after unlocking.
Yes. After it is unlocked the phone can be used on any GSM network.
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thanks
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