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[eBay.ca] Samsung S9 64GB [REFURB] - Grade A, Factory Unlocked, Original Charger + USB-C -- $379.99 + tax [Oakville, ON]

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[eBay.ca] Samsung S9 64GB [REFURB] - Grade A, Factory Unlocked, Original Charger + USB-C -- $379.99 + tax [Oakville, ON]

Looking pretty good for a reliable primary phone. I realize the OnePlus is as little as $600+, but for those that prefer more reputable makes and models with higher binned components and better QC, this phone is a good phone.

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Solid primary phone.

Enjoy.
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Nov 20, 2018
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Downsview, ON
Id say OnePlus is more reputable than Samsung....
Only reason you'd go for this over OnePlus is for the camera.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: Hmm.

Hmm.

I'll let our readers decide that point, friend.
But I'd say OnePlus is more reputable than eBay? Especially eBay's location in Oakville.
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Great phone, I'd be weary about the battery wear on refurbs though.
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Lurker4Days wrote: Id say OnePlus is more reputable than Samsung....
Only reason you'd go for this over OnePlus is for the camera.
As a Oneplus owner... nah. Especially since it's Chinese vs South Korean in the current climate... No contest.
Josecc wrote: Great phone, I'd be weary about the battery wear on refurbs though.
Have to agree, when I bought a S7 refurbished just over a year ago the battery only lasted half the day.
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Feb 5, 2012
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Thanks for posting, but I would be quite nervous to buy a phone wrapped in bubble paper while there are slighter more expensive alternatives with boxes and warranties..
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Dec 15, 2015
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Anyone know a good alternative to this in the $350 range? Been using a cracked s8.

And by cracked I mean absolutely shattered.
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huynhtcduy wrote: Anyone know a good alternative to this in the $350 range? Been using a cracked s8.

And by cracked I mean absolutely shattered.
Pics or not real :P.
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It actually has a headphone jack, so it's got that going for it.
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Jan 9, 2014
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The Note 9 that was going for 430 on Ebay for black Friday. Also grade A refurb.

This would be hot for an S9+ but the S9 is pretty mediocre.
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AnujS699 wrote: The Note 9 that was going for 430 on Ebay for black Friday. Also grade A refurb.

This would be hot for an S9+ but the S9 is pretty mediocre.
I think so too. I saw Note 9s going for $450ish price point which is amazing. Battery life alone on the Note 9 is worth extra $100 over the S9 series.
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Phones are in 10/10 excellent condition. Fully functional and works perfectly!

GRADE A CONDITION ABSOLUTELY NO DENTS OR SCRATCHES
Feedback = 719 (100%)

Not bad for a close to new product coming out of nearby Oakville.

My two cents.
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