Little do you know, but a lot of the times when you think you are buying a "new" phone, it has actually been reconditioned (made to look new) in which they go through several auditing processes to make sure you think you are getting a new phone. I am sure the pc's are just as good as new when they have reconditioned them.
Thanks Jthomps42, that's interesting. I know here certain charities collect phones from the public for fundraising. I wouldn't be surprised if that's what happens to them.
I haven't had much luck with reconditioned items. I prefer to buy new warranty and all.
I've never had any problems with reconditioned PC's and laptops (and also mobile phones, Android devices, etc). However, even if it's reconditioned then there should be some kind of warranty on offer.
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