Phone is New, Never Used or shows no signs of previous use.
Phone with excessive wear and tear, including: Screen with large number of scratches and/or deep scratches. Phone can have either a Cracked Screen or Cracked Back (both sides cannot be cracked, please see Poor/Broken). LCD must be in Excellent Condition - No Dead Pixels, Screen Burn, Ghost Images.
Phone shows light to moderate wear, including: Light Scratches on Screen Frame or Back. All Buttons work without issue. Phone is Fully Functional.
Phone must Power On. Damage can include Liquid Damage, LCD Damage, Cracked Screen and Cracked Back, or Bent Frame.
Did you go to upgrade your phone and get talked into buying an iPad? Your local cell phone store can make it seem like a great idea. They will tell you that it doesn't cost anything upfront and very little per month. What they don't tell you is that there are two charges per month on your bill. One for the finance charge (likely for 36 months) and the other for cellular service. About 45 days after you leave the store you will get this whopper of a bill in the mail and realize this bill will be this high for up to 36 more months. In that time you will want to upgrade your phone again because let's face we have become conditioned to upgrading phones about every 12 to 18 months. You do not have to be stuck any longer. See what Recell Cellular will pay you for that iPad and turn it into cash in order to pay the carrier off!