iPhone 7 or 7 Plus (GSM Unlocked)(S&D)

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iPhone 7 or 7 Plus (GSM Unlocked)(S&D)
Price: $384.99 - 499.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard (Free with Prime)
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days (Monday, Apr 23 to Thursday, Apr 26) + transit
Condition: Refurbished

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Does this work with Sprint in USA?

Are you able to tell us the actual model number of these phones? That will help determining LTE band support, etc

The only band listed in the spec list is Band 4 which is not supported by Sprint (at least as of Sept 2017). Also, I believe Sprint is CDMA and not GSM.

an unlocked iphone will work on any US network.

So Freedompop (AT&T) would be valid for this device?

Try the link in the description page:
https://willmyphonework.net/

$385 for an unlocked GSM iPhone 7 with 128gb is a very good deal. It’s new enough to not need a new battery.

Can I use this phone wtih any GSM carrier?

How reliable are these refurbished iPhones? A year or two ago, I purchased a refurbished iPhone from woot and it was defective from the beginning. Fortunately return process was easy. Was it just a bad luck or is it common for refurbished iPhones?

This is a very good deal. Apple is selling their refurbished iPhone 7s 258gb for $280 more.

https://www.apple.com/shop/product/FN4E2LL/A/Refurbished-iPhone-7-Plus-256GB-Black

I have had very good luck with the ones I brought. I haven’t had a chance to check out the iPhone 6 that just arrived but the previous phones I brought for woot worked fine. My iPhone 5s. now has a dying battery but I brought it more than two years ago.

Worth noting, though, is that the version Apple is selling works on all bands, including CDMA.

Looked up on Everymac.com; it’s GSM Unlocked, and does not support any CDMA networks (Verizon, Sprint, and their MVNO’s are out). GSM only, like AT&T, T-Mobile, and MVNO’s on those networks.