Best Place to Pick Up Used Tbolt Cheap?
Hey Team! My warranty just wore out so I was thinking of picking up a spare Tbolt (if I can get a good price). My understanding is that all I need to do to use it is swap sim card from current bolt to new (used) one.
My current Tbolt is rooted with Thundershed 1.4. I was thinking it would be fun to keep a new one stock and then just copy the SD card files over and vary from day to day.
My concern is I obviously don't want a stolen or buggy phone so I don't know if Ebay is the best place to buy a used one? If not any suggestions?
- 06-04-2012, 05:20 PM #2
Re: Best Place to Pick Up Used Tbolt Cheap?
you can buy on cl and meet them at a. Verizon corporate store. That way you can guarantee that it isn't stolen. No way to guarantee that it isn't defective buying used, and no warranty if you are not the original owner, but you can ask for a guarantee of sorts. Buying from ebay has some protection and if there is a material defect that isn't stated, then you should be able to get your money back though you may have to pay for return shipping. You can also buy third party warranty from squaretrade or whatever. Verizon might also sell you a clnr one, but ymmv on that. Still, doesn't hurt to call and ask.
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I've looked. $200 for bolt (when shipping cost is included), $300 for rezound? If my tb were broken I'd have little choice but as a spare? Just too much money. I've read claims of people getting bolts for 50 bucks and rezounds for a hundred and fifty but either they took advantage of friends or these deals were flukes (or imagined).
Thanks everyone for your suggestions but what seemed an intriguing possibility turned out to be an extravagance.
- 06-09-2012, 09:45 AM #17
Did the 130 include shipping?
Ive kind of given up on the idea anyway. Only posts I had read in which folks claimed to have purchased bolts for under $100 peaked my interest. If I were going to spend $100 or more I'd want a rezound and the going price on them is close to $300. I'll just wait til April and buy whatever the hottest phone is then.