The iPhone 7 Plus is a great choice if you're in the market for an iPhone upgrade on a budget. It boasts a .8" larger screen than the iPhone 7, plus better battery life, an additional GB of RAM, and full HD resolution.
If you're thinking about paying your carrier full retail price (roughly $600 depending on which memory size you choose), hold on a minute and read this first.
Warranties: Reputable sellers provide warranties even on their used devices. These vary significantly - from 30 days to a full year - so read the fine print.
Return policy: You can typically return your phone within a certain time period, up to 30 days later (depending on which seller you purchase from).
Compatibility: All of the major wireless networks use either CDMA or GSM phones. AT&T and T-Mobile operate on the GSM network, Sprint, and Verizon on CDMA. Not all phones are compatible with all networks so be sure to check your carrier's website.
Timing: You'll get the cheapest used iPhone prices when a new model is released.
Payment options: Some sellers offer third-party phone financing. You will pay interest if you use this option.
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