1. rc28a's Avatar
    04-08-2012 06:48 PM
  2. Ryuuie's Avatar
    That'd be a great phone to have until the Galaxy Nexus launches. I wouldn't want to be stuck on the Nexus S for more than one more year, honestly. It'll start showing its age after then.

    Beyond that, I'd check the ESN and make sure it's good.
    04-08-2012 08:55 PM
  3. Paul627g's Avatar
    Just as backup I would email the seller if your interested and get them to say in writing or email that they will stand behind the clean ESN or accept return and full refund in the event it doesn't pass the activation. Just one extra bit of protection on your side if it turns out to be a bad ESN, plus you also have proof over EBay's email system via seller that they would stand behind it.

    Its just more security on your part, if the seller is true they won't mind providing this.. If they give you some static about it then take warning, red flag something maybe wrong here...
    04-08-2012 09:04 PM