Compare Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB refurbished deals

Available on Contract from £30.13/month

Also available on Pay As You Go from £569.00
and Sim Free from £569.00

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Compare refurbished Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB mobile phone deals

Buying a mobile phone - whether outright or through a mobile contract deal - can be an expensive business, especially as smartphones get more and more sophisticated. One way to reduce your costs is with a refurbished handset of last year's model - it's a significantly cheaper option.

What is a refurbished phone?

A refurbished phone is one that used to belong to someone else. It's been repaired and refitted, had its memory wiped and restored to factory settings, but it probably won't come in the original packaging or complete with all its accessories.

There are lots of reasons why phones get refurbished: it may be that the previous owner wanted to upgrade; the phone had a fault and was sent back for repair; or it was a company phone which was no longer needed.

The bottom line is a refurbished phone can be a lot cheaper than a new one.

You can compare refurbished phone deals using our price comparison table. Use the filters to find the best deal for Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB. You can search by minutes, texts and data, and by Average Monthly Cost and Total Contract Cost.

What are the benefits of buying a refurbished phone?

The biggest reason for going down the refurbished phone route is cost. Simply put, a refurbished phone deal is usually a lot cheaper than a brand new one - particularly if you're considering flagship handsets from Apple and Samsung.

It's worth bearing in mind that while a refurbished phone is technically second hand, most used items offered for sale don't get the care and attention that a refurb gets. Your refurbished phone has had its OS reinstalled from scratch and will have been properly tested.

Refurbished phone plans are more flexible, as you can go SIM-only. You'll also have more control over which mobile provider to select - and you're doing your bit for the environment!

The downside is there's a chance your phone could look a little used with some scratches and chips; and even though refurbs get a full overhaul, hardware problems and faulty parts can still be an issue. Also, most refurbished phones are older models.

Find a cheap refurbished Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB phone deal

It's easy to find a cheap refurbished phone deal by using our price comparison tool.

Compare Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB refurbished deals by adjusting the search filters. Select the minutes, texts and data allowances that suit your needs - as well as contract length. You can also order your search by Average Monthly Cost and Total Contract Cost.

Search for other manufacturers and handsets using the Handset dropdown - and then compare the best refurbished mobile contract deals.

Looking for sim only deal?

If you decide to buy a refurbished phone, you may also consider a separate SIM-only deal to go with it. If so, you have several options open to you:

  • Pay-As-you-go SIMs - Pay-as-you-go (PAYG) can be expensive where you top up with credit and are charged per minute. The cheaper option is a PAYG bundle, which includes buying a package of minutes, texts and data with your credit once you've topped up. Find the best PAYG SIMs
  • Short-term SIM deals - If you're looking for flexibility from your mobile plan, then a rolling 30-day SIM-only contract is a good option. You're only tied in for a month and you can use your SIM card in any unlocked phone. Find Short-term SIM-only deals
  • SIM-only deals with cashback - Some SIM-only deals include a cashback bonus. If you're looking for a little extra, take a look at our cashback deals - you can filter by network and select your minutes, texts and data requirements. Find SIM-only deals with cashback

Use the price comparison table to compare SIM-only deals. You can search by network, contract length and set your minutes, texts and data requirements to find the best SIM-only deals available.

Can refurbished phones be used on any network?

In most cases you can use a refurbished phone on any network, but if there's a particular network you want to use, check upfront with the retailer when you buy your refurbished handset.

There are a number of networks that offer mobile plans with refurbished phones, such as EE, O2, giffgaff and Vodafone.

Unlocked refurbished phones

An unlocked refurbished phone is a handset that can be used on any network. Regardless of the deal you go for, you're free to mix and match your handset with any network provider - with one exception. An Apple device will lock to the first SIM provider inserted, so it's important you always check the small print.

Can I keep my number?

Yes, it's easy to keep your number. Once you've decided on your new mobile contract, you'll need to ask your existing network for a PAC code (Porting Authorisation Code). It's usually three letters and six numbers long and won't cost you a thing. You now have 30 days to pass this code to your new network. See our guide for more information.

Is it better to buy a used or refurbished phone?

A used phone comes with all its technical faults and system issues, so you're potentially taking a big risk buying one. A refurbished phone can still experience problems, but as it's been tested, checked over and had its OS overhauled, it's a much safer bet - and if you buy from a respected retailer, will come with a warranty.

Are refurbished phones any good?

It all depends on what your priorities are when buying a phone. A refurbished phone can save you a lot of money, particularly on a flagship model from Apple or Samsung. However, it has been used before, so it could well come with some physical chips and scrapes; and even though it's been tested and overhauled, it's important to remember this is not a box-fresh factory phone and could develop technical faults.

Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Information

The Apple's latest phablet takes the standard iPhone format and improved on it when it comes to the Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB. It's not just a bigger phone, it a better phone too (especially when it comes to battery life)

It offers everything the iPhone 7 does, such as speed, water and dust resistance, loud speakers, a cracking camera but also has some extra clever features.


Nothing much has changed. The shape and feel of the iPhone 7 Plus 126GB is very much like the versions before it. It's very big, especially when you add a case to it.

That said, the design has been refined a little. The antenna bands have now been moved across the top and bottom edge of the handset, and on the back, there's a camera bump.

A big change to the iPhone 7 Plus 128GB is the home button. There is longer the iconic button you click, but a pad that recognises your fingerprint. You don't actually press down hard on it.

On the back of the phone, you'll see the twin camera sensors, along with the antenna lines an camera bump.

The change that has got everyone talk about the Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB is the fact there is no longer a traditional 3.5mm headphone jack.

However, the Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB does come with a small cable adapter, and a pair of Lightning EarPods in the box.


Why change something that is already great eh? The iPhone keeps to Apple's Retina display, which is beautiful, and doesn't show up any pixels.

The colours are great, and it's also the brightest iPhone to date - so it can be viewed even in strong sunlight.


The iPhone 7 Plus 128GB camera is likely to be the best camera you'll ever own. It's incredible.

There's a new faster f/1.8 lens, the addition of optical image stabilisation, a new four-colour True Tone flash and wider colour capture.

Instead of a single lens, the iPhone 7 Plus has two. A f/1.8 28mm wide-angle lens (the same as the iPhone 7) and an f/2.8 56mm telephoto lens. These cameras operate simultaneously, although they are always working together. Normal users won't know the difference.

The camera app is brilliant, and you'll find a new 1x icon at the bottom of the screen. When you press it, you'll switch from one lens to the other.


The iPhone 7 Plus 128GB has the new A10 Fuson chip with four cores - two high performance cores, and two low power cores.

Just because the phone is frankly massive, doesn't mean it is sluggish or slow in the slightest. The four-core A10 Fusion chip inside makes sure things always feel instantly responsive. It can handle opening apps, multitasking, playing games etc with ease.

Another external hardware change to the iPhone 7 is the addition of stereo speakers. One speaker is at the bottom of the phone, as it always has been and the other is integrated into the earpiece.

They're pretty good speakers, with decent sound and are much louder than they have been before.


The iPhone 7 Plus 128GB is super big and powerful, but the battery can handle it (unlike older models of the iPhone). Even with constance use, the battery will last the whole day.

When you hit 20% there's the option of turning on Low Power Mode. However, the handset is pretty slow to charge, taking over three hours to reach 100%, when competitors manage it in under an hour.

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