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LG VS980 G2 Verizon Wireless 4G LTE 32GB Android Smartphone 13.0 MP Camera $69.99

adamrobertwaller 5 10 August 22, 2016 at 07:33 PM in Smartphones (6) More eBay Deals
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Seller refurbished
“The device has noticeable scratches or scuff marks. Fully functional. Clean ESN. COMES WITH ”
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Quote from deshwasi View Post :
Seller refurbished
"The device has noticeable scratches or scuff marks. Fully functional. Clean ESN. COMES WITH "
Thanks. Still getting used to posting.
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Great phone. Got it last year on the Best Buy closeout deal and am using this exact Verizon version on Tracfone and am getting great 4G LTE service at less than $7 a month total.
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I had this phone way back. Good phone at the time. Also, the sim is unlocked for gsm, like all Verizon phones. What about Sprint? I'm guessing the meid wouldn't be on Sprint's approved list so can't work on Sprint (ringplus)?
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Great phone. Got it last year on the Best Buy closeout deal and am using this exact Verizon version on Tracfone and am getting great 4G LTE service at less than $7 a month total.
What plan are you on? How is it only $7 per month?
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As long as you don't use your phone for GPS, this is a great phone. I'd continue to use it but I use GPS on my phone regularly.
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Not a good deal.

This is a great phone, but the price is wrong. I used my AT&T G2 for 2 years. I have been looking for a Sprint version to use as a RingPlus burner, so I have been keeping on eye on prices for the last few months. $70 for seller refurb is a bit too much. Maybe $60 for acceptable condition from a big name, but $70 should net you good condition, and >$80 for great condition. You could get an excellent condition one from a regular joe for $70. Subtract $10 for 16GB.
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Great to trade-in for $200 gift card if you are going to purchase the new Note 7.
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Can't believe I paid $275 new for this 2 years ago, I only ended up using it for a year. I am now one of those idiots who spends $200 a year on phone hardware.
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Great phone, I'm still using mine on Cricket over the last two years. I don't load many apps, but stream music all the time, use Google maps, email, and have a few games/reads for the kiddies. I get the random Bluetooth disconnect with my Sena or Cardo motorcycle helmet units, which is frustrating the 1-2 times a week it happens. Other than that, couldn't be happier as it does everything I need it to do. I believe I paid $125 back in 2014 for this unit, a seller refurb that was in very good condition. Oh, the battery life on this is awesome - will last all day with HEAVY usage, three+ days with moderate to light.
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the G2 has been out for almost 3 years now. If the condition was new, or you had some way of determining the mfg date, I'd say go for it. but this phone does not have a replaceable battery (not easily at least) so there's a good possibility you'll be getting a phone with a battery that's nearing the end of its life. I say this because I'm using one right now.
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Quote from bucknljake View Post :
the G2 has been out for almost 3 years now. If the condition was new, or you had some way of determining the mfg date, I'd say go for it. but this phone does not have a replaceable battery (not easily at least) so there's a good possibility you'll be getting a phone with a battery that's nearing the end of its life. I say this because I'm using one right now.

Agreed. I'd bite if it was new old stock.
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Not a good deal.

This is a great phone, but the price is wrong. I used my AT&T G2 for 2 years. I have been looking for a Sprint version to use as a RingPlus burner, so I have been keeping on eye on prices for the last few months. $70 for seller refurb is a bit too much. Maybe $60 for acceptable condition from a big name, but $70 should net you good condition, and >$80 for great condition. You could get an excellent condition one from a regular joe for $70. Subtract $10 for 16GB.
I agreed with you that I bought one last month with excellent condition, 32GB, Sprint for $71.
Yeah it is a great phone in LG G2 series; then LG G5. Good use for RingPlus and good for GPS too.
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Got mine last year as "refurbished", but was pretty much brand new. I liked it at first, but recently, the GPS kept cutting out and the battery life was flakey. I ended up trading it in this past weekend for a $200 gift card at Target when I purchased a new iPhone through Target mobile. Not bad for a $150 purchase last year
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