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DJ3xclusive 20,934 94,887 April 28, 2015 at 08:05 AM in Smartphones (6) More eBay Deals
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Promoted 04-28-2015 by yuugotserved at 10:28 AM View Original Post
Breed via eBay has 32GB Samsung Galaxy S6 Factory Unlocked LTE GSM Octa-Core Smartphone (International Version SM-G920F) for $629.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

Available in the following colors:
  • Black
  • White
  • Gold
Specs
  • Quad-Core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 + Quad-Core 2.1 GHz Cortex-A57 CPU
  • 3GB RAM
  • 32GB Internal Memory
  • 5.1" 2560x1440 Super AMOLED Display w/ 16MP Rear and 5MP Front Cameras
  • 2550mAh Battery
  • Android 5.0.2 Lollipop

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Written by yuugotserved

According to the product description, "this model is the international version. It will come with a European Wall Charger plus a U.S. adapter. It has all the U.S. LTE Bands to work with AT&T, T-Mobile and any GSM provider in the U.S."

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Edited April 28, 2015 at 08:37 AM by TattyBear
Condition: Brand New in Original, Retail Packaging from Samsung with all accessories included

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Last Edited by nullkill April 28, 2015 at 02:28 PM
Does anyone know how the warranty works on this international version? Would I have to ship it back to Europe for repair? Or would I be covered in the US and ship it somewhere in the country?


No US warranty has to be shipped to UK Samsung and they will not ship it back to USA only to a UK address. I dealt with Samsung on this and basically no warranty unless you have a address or friend in the UK. Samsung is the worst I have ever dealt with in this regard. Buy at your own risk basically NO WARRANTY.

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#4
Not a bad deal... If only I could get T-Mobile WiFi calling on this phone, I'd be all over this.
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Quote from akgem1 View Post :
Not a bad deal... If only I could get T-Mobile WiFi calling on this phone, I'd be all over this.
If you have a Google Voice number you could always use Google Hangouts Dialer as a substitute. That's what I did when I switch from my T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 to my OnePlus One. Just a suggestion.
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Of course I just bought this model the other day on eBay... Love this phone though
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What is the difference between 920f and 920i?
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Quote from akgem1 View Post :
Not a bad deal... If only I could get T-Mobile WiFi calling on this phone, I'd be all over this.
is this because it's intl unlocked and not from t-mobile?
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is this because it's intl unlocked and not from t-mobile?
Because it's not a T-Mobile phone. Only T-Mobile branded phones have T-Mobile WiFi calling (with the exception of iPhones, possibly)
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Is the bootloader unlocked on these?
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Quote from akgem1 View Post :
Not a bad deal... If only I could get T-Mobile WiFi calling on this phone, I'd be all over this.
Stupid question: What is the advantage of Wi-Fi calling? Not using minutes? Or better call quality?
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Quote from akgem1 View Post :
Because it's not a T-Mobile phone. Only T-Mobile branded phones have T-Mobile WiFi calling (with the exception of iPhones, possibly)

Correct - IPhone 6 and 6 Plus handsets are universal and will work with T-Mobile Wi-Fi calling
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#13
Could someone explain what makes this a good deal? The verizon off contract price starts at $599
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Stupid question: What is the advantage of Wi-Fi calling? Not using minutes? Or better call quality?

Originally rolled out in recognition that T-Mobile Wireless coverage was not as widespread as AT&T and Verizon. With Wi-Fi calling, if your T-Mobile wireless signal is weak in your home's geographic area, you can instead use your home Wi-Fi network instead. Wi-Fi Calling DOES use your monthly minutes allotment (a common point of confusion) so if T-Mobile signal is strong in your house, Wi-Fi calling not a big benefit to you
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#15
not bad. but i think the tmobile deal with 1 year netflix included ($108 value) and no downpayment over 24 months might be a better deal since you get the full t-mobile features and possibly more compatible with the network. i also just did an exchange with a defective home button relatively pain-free, but if you go through ebay seller, this might be harder with a manufacturer warranty. just keep these things in mind if you're just trying to save a few bucks, or if you truly want an unlocked phone with less bloat! gotta pick and choose.
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