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32GB LG Nexus 5 GSM Unlocked Smartphone w/ Case (Refurb) EXPIRED

wibsisa 73 207 January 12, 2016 at 02:27 PM in Smartphones (4) More Expansys Deals
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Promoted 01-12-2016 by johnny_miller at 05:00 PM View Original Post
Expansys has 32GB LG Nexus 5 GSM Unlocked Smartphone w/ Case & Screen Protector (Refurbished, White) for $154.99. Shipping is $4.99. Thanks wibsisa

Sale Bundles (refurbished):Specs
  • Quad-Core Qualcommm Snapdragon 800
  • 2GB Ram
  • 32GB Internal Memory
  • 4.95" 1920x1080 IPS Display w/ 8MP Camera
  • 2300mAh Battery
  • Android 4.4 KitKat (upgradeable to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow)

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Written by johnny_miller

While this is an older device it still packs a good punch including running the latest version of Android (6.0.1). Refer to the forum thread for additional deal ideas. -johnny_miller


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Edited January 12, 2016 at 02:57 PM by cricket702
LG Nexus 5 Unlocked D820 Smartphone (Refurbished) 16GB(Black or White) $139.99 or 32GB (White) for $154.99 comes with case and screen protector

Shipping starts from $4.99. Tax in IL.

Should work with GSM and CDMA providers alike. Not sure about verizon.

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link doesn't work.
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Try this. http://www.expansys-usa.com/s.asp...=nexus%205

There are B-Stock ones for $149. Not sure what a B-Stock means. :$
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dont have a refurb but i bought a 16GB 3 days before XMAS brand new from Amazon for 199 and i could not be happier with this phone with this running 6.0.1. Still fast and the phone is unmistakably beautiful inside and outside.
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Saw this on the B-Stock Page

*B-STOCK:

We will mark an item as B-Stock for any of the following reasons:

1. Open-Box:

The box may have been opened by our team for internal marketing purpose (for the purpose of: videos, photos, product research and, or general product checking). Or, the item may have been returned to us because a customer simply changed their mind, post purchase.

2. Refurbished:

A customer may have returned their item to us for a replacement (a minor percentage of B-Stock items have had a software reset, or have been refurbished).



Due to above, we are unable to sell these items as new, they are however still in good condition and are sold on a first-come, first served basis. So if you want one, please be fast as B-Stock items often sell very quickly.

Please note that normal distance selling regulations do not apply to 'not new' products akin to B-Stock items. If you purchase a B-Stock item, you may return it to us if it is not as described, or if it simply does not work within 14 days. You cannot however return it if you just don't like it, and we do not provide refund for B-Stock purchases, so please be sure that you want it before you place your order with us. We offer a 1-month limited warranty for B-Stock goods. If a B-Stock item turns out to be technically defective, repair services will be offered to buyers within the warranty period - item replacement/refund provision is not included for B-Stock purchases of any kind.
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I had this phone for years, finally switched over to the Samsung s6. I don't notice a huge difference in performance. Lol especially the amount i paid. The camera isn't great, and the battery life is terrible. Other than that, it's a great phone. I would say maybe spend a little more, there are many new phones for $200 like the huewei honor that'll be a bit newer and nicer. That's just my opinion though.
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does this support MHL? i need a cheap phone for my Lexus to mirror off the stock headunit.
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Does it have the 12 band for LTE? Need LTE for T-Mobile
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Quote from wibsisa View Post :
Should work with GSM and CDMA providers alike. Not sure about verizon.
Could somebody comment on this? Looking for a $100 phone to work on Verizon
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wow this old phone has kept its value better than an iphone
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Could somebody comment on this? Looking for a $100 phone to work on Verizon
From what I remember, no it does not. Why not just do a quick search online?
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nexus 5 is awesome I have one on freedompop that I used to use on sprint.

Nexus 5 is carrier specific some bands are not on certain devices unlike the nexus 6 that has them all.
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From what I remember, no it does not. Why not just do a quick search online?
Just that CDMA was mentioned I was too eager to know SDers view. I have few shortlisted but being a Nexus fan was excited when I read CDMA.

Thanks for you reply. Repped
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