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    Question Should I Take Out iPhone 7?
    I still have a while but not too long so thought I better start decision making NOW before I won't be able to. Should I get an iPhone 7 or an earlier model of iPhone on contract?

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    Should I Take Out iPhone 7?
    chscag's Avatar
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    Jan 23, 2008
    Keller, Texas
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    An iPhone 7 or 7+ is still a very good phone to use. If you can buy one for a good price, that's fine. But be very careful about buying any kind of used phone, make sure it isn't locked or stolen. It's best to buy a new iPhone 7 from Apple or your carrier.

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    Should I Take Out iPhone 7?
    IWT's Avatar
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    Jan 23, 2009
    Born in Scotland, Worked in Scotland then England, Now live in Wales
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    May I intrude to endorse our Admin's comment about being very cautious about used X iphones and also support the view that going direct to Apple and buying new is the only guarantee of a reliable product backed up by AppleCare Plus - which given the price of the X is essential in my view.

    Big money, great product, need insurance, don't want a second hand dummy.


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