HTC One X eBay/SquareTrade warranty

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I am looking to buy an HTC One X (USA AT&T 16 GB) on eBay and I'm not sure wheather i need to buy a squaretrade warranty. Does the phone come with HTC's manufacturer warranty or would it be voided because it was sold on eBay? I also want to know if 16 GB is enough storage on the One X.
 

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I am looking to buy an HTC One X (USA AT&T 16 GB) on eBay and I'm not sure wheather i need to buy a squaretrade warranty. Does the phone come with HTC's manufacturer warranty or would it be voided because it was sold on eBay? I also want to know if 16 GB is enough storage on the One X.

If the ebay sale is used, you probably get no warranty, if unopened you most likely do get a warranty.

There are ways to live within 16 gig. Google Music is first and foremost.

See this post for some competitive sources that are cheaper than squaretrade: http://forums.androidcentral.com/showthread.php?p=1863615

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Thanks, so how do i go about getting a warranty from a place like ensquared? Would the seller have to give me the original reciept?

Also i am on the 200MB plan so i wouldnt be able to use google music unless on wi-fi.
 

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Thanks, so how do i go about getting a warranty from a place like ensquared? Would the seller have to give me the original reciept?

Also i am on the 200MB plan so i wouldnt be able to use google music unless on wi-fi.

I don't speak for Ensquared, you will have to check the requirements at their web site.

As for Google music, it has a feature called Make Available Offline. You can "Pin" any of your google music to the phone. (You don't need to pin ALL of your music). It will download that music and save it on the phone, and you can unpin it later to recover space.

If you listen to certain albums/playlists frequently they will be cached on the phone and not use any additional data when re-played. Google Music is not really a streamer. It downloads, put the song in cache, then plays it. Subsequent replays cost nothing.
 

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