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Total Wireless Nexus 6P 4GLTE Prepaid Smartphone $304.16

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Walmart.com has Nexus 6P for only $304.16.

I know it's an old phone, but it's a good phone. Besides if anyone want to take an advantage out of Sprint FREE 1 year offer, I would go with this phone (assuming you don't have any eligible phones).

I bought this phone for Sprint only in September for around $360 plus tax from Walmart.com. and now they automatically adjusted my price and refunded about $60.

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Got mine last year from Amazon Warehouse for $250. Great phone, still using it today... Odd that they would brand this for Total Wireless. Should be completely unlocked.
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Got mine last year from Amazon Warehouse for $250. Great phone, still using it today... Odd that they would brand this for Total Wireless. Should be completely unlocked
Actually its completely unlocked. As far as I know Nexuses are completely unlocked.
Even this one. All you have to do is, DO NOT activate with Total Wireless and insert whatever the carrier SIM and you good to go. I'm using it on Sprint now.
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Also not bad if you wanted a phone to get into Google Fi, cheaper entry than the Moto X4.
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Bought two from Swappa for ~180... This is really overpriced.
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Great phone until battery decides to die. It was amazing for the first 16 months and then bam. Battery lasts less than an hour now. Day to night change... One day it was amazing and the next it was horrible.
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These phone are terrible from battery life to mic issues. Plus you can get them on swappa for under 200
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Too much. Im selling The pixel 128gb for $425
That's a way better deal that This phone WITH no support.
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Great phone until battery decides to die. It was amazing for the first 16 months and then bam. Battery lasts less than an hour now. Day to night change... One day it was amazing and the next it was horrible.
I had the same issue and changed the battery myself. I'm total newbie so it can be done. The phone itself has plenty of life left in terms of processing power so don't give up on it.
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I had the same issue and changed the battery myself. I'm total newbie so it can be done. The phone itself has plenty of life left in terms of processing power so don't give up on it.
I'll be looking into that! Thanks! Did you just YouTube how to change it and bought the battery on Amazon?
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Bought two from Swappa for ~180... This is really overpriced.
Was it new?
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I'll be looking into that! Thanks! Did you just YouTube how to change it and bought the battery on Amazon?
I actually ordered it from eBay. You'll also need some other tools like heat gun and such. I just followed the YouTube video. I was shaky while doing it because I didn't want to break it but it's actually pretty sturdy. Good luck!
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I believe there are better deals out there. Just a month ago there were Google Pixel 5 inch model available refurbished for $350. Much better deal. $50 difference for a 1 year younger phone.
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I'll be looking into that! Thanks! Did you just YouTube how to change it and bought the battery on Amazon?
BTW I'm not sure if there's such thing as a perfect 6p battery so it's pure luck whether the new battery is good or not. I suppose if it's done once it can be done again in case the battery went out again.
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Was it new?
used, but can't tell.
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