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Apple iPhone 8 Plus
459.99

Apple iPhone 8 Plus

Carrier Compatibility: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless
$459.99 MSRP $549.99
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Brand Apple

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If a nearly 20% increase in screen size from the iPhone 8 sounds good to you, step up to the iPhone 8 Plus. Featuring a larger display it’s great for mobile video and gaming. It also has the popular finger print security of the Touch ID feature. We carry this model in new and Premium Pre-Owned condition. Premium Pre-Owned Devices receive the highest condition ratings after 30+ functional and cosmetic inspections, and come with a 3-month guarantee against manufacturing malfunctions. New phones carry the standard manufacturer warranty. All Glyde phones come with a 14-day, 100% money back return policy.
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PREMIUM PRE-OWNED PRICING

Why buy used phones on Glyde? All our used phones are in like-new condition, receiving a Premium Pre-Owned grade after going through 30+ functional and cosmetic tests and inspections.

Buying Premium Pre-Owned costs roughly 15%-80% less than buying new-in-box. These price discounts are based on the MSRP the last year the device was manufactured and sold new-in-box by the OEM. For example, phones like the iPhone 8 that are still in production and sold new-in-box by Apple, are compared to the list price currently on apple.com. Phones no longer in production, like the iPhone 6S, are compared to what Apple sold a new-in-box 6S in 2017, the last year it was in production. The longer the device has been out of production, the greater the discount you should expect.

When comparing our Premium Pre-Owned prices to other websites, remember condition has a dramatic effect on the price. So if the price for the same used device is lower on another website, it’s because the condition is not comparable.