iPhone 4s for Trade
Trader

Lexington, KY

#1 Nov 27, 2012
I have an iPhone 4S that I want to trade for a high end Android smart phone. Preferably a Samsung Galaxy S2 or S3. I am with Bluegrass Cellular. What smart phones might you be willing to trade?
susie

Russell Springs, KY

#2 Dec 10, 2012
I am looking for a I Phone 4 s to buy I have a I Phone 4 for trade if needed
myio

Glasgow, KY

#3 Dec 10, 2012
Trader wrote:
I have an iPhone 4S that I want to trade for a high end Android smart phone. Preferably a Samsung Galaxy S2 or S3. I am with Bluegrass Cellular. What smart phones might you be willing to trade?


What color and what carrier??
susie

Russell Springs, KY

#4 Dec 11, 2012
bluegrass and it is white
myio

United States

#5 Dec 11, 2012
K thanks
stinkpole

AOL

#6 Dec 11, 2012
old iphones are next to wothless ,....
all the old '4's batterys are about to puke out ,..
and you cant replace them

U loosers !
tostinkpole

Greensburg, KY

#7 Dec 11, 2012
stinkpole wrote:
old iphones are next to wothless ,....
all the old '4's batterys are about to puke out ,..
and you cant replace them
U loosers !
YOU ARE A LOSER!! not LOOSERS!! Ur useless as a piece of poop on a used piece of toilet paper!! Stay off evryones TOPIC!!
Curious

Leitchfield, KY

#8 Dec 12, 2012
myio wrote:
<quoted text>
What color and what carrier??
What carrier? What kind of question is that? You choose whatever carrier you want when you turn the phone on & get a number, after signing a contract. Why would anyone choose bluegrass when AT&T are the best carriers? And better fees too.

And to the nut talking about the battery life of Iphone4, you don't know squat. I still have my Iphone4 and when they came out bought the New Iphone5, which is now my main phone. I've had my "4" since they first came out. Several years now. It stays "ON" at all times and I've never had a battery problem. Not once. In fact I think my battery is better on it than the one on this brand new "5".
I love my older '4' so instead of turning it in for a hundred off on another accessory I wanted, I decided to keep it. I can do everything on my old "4" except make calls. It's sort of like having an iPad. Oh, and I upgraded the "4" to the "new IOS 6" operating system of the "5" which was free of course to anyone with an iPhone and still is and it also gives the "4" Siri and other stuff that 's on the "4s", I can talk all my texts if I chose to on the "4". Of course I have the "5" for calls and all the other stuff too (email,internet, texts, voice texting, panoramic photos, great video, etc.! I wouldn't have to have both phones but it's no extra cost to keep the old Iphone4 so I did. But having both is nice. I use the "4' for all my internet surfing and social sites, photos, etc. And of course all my apps and music are still on it too. Plus this way, if I have a problem with something on the "5" I can just use my "4" instead. Except for calls of course.

Also my battery on the old Iphone4 lasts much longer without running down than the Iphone5. I would recommend that anyone with a cell phone who wants to keep good battery life should NEVER "over-charge" their phone. That's the worst thing you can do to almost any device that has to be recharged. I only leave mine plugged-in for as long as it takes to reach a full charge. Never very long.

When you just leave it plugged it, it actually ends up zapping your battery life. Do not do that. Unplug immediately after a charge, whether done in car or at home.

To the person that wants to trade their "4" to a "4s", you can have a 4s by just loading the FREE upgrade. You can also upgrade to the 5's new operating system "IOS 6" FREE by clicking on it too. At least that's what I did. Of course my provider is AT&T but I don't think that makes any difference at all in getting the Free upgrades. You could check it out.
myio

Glasgow, KY

#9 Dec 12, 2012
Curious wrote:
<quoted text>What carrier? What kind of question is that? You choose whatever carrier you want when you turn the phone on & get a number, after signing a contract. Why would anyone choose bluegrass when AT&T are the best carriers? And better fees too.

And to the nut talking about the battery life of Iphone4, you don't know squat. I still have my Iphone4 and when they came out bought the New Iphone5, which is now my main phone. I've had my "4" since they first came out. Several years now. It stays "ON" at all times and I've never had a battery problem. Not once. In fact I think my battery is better on it than the one on this brand new "5".
I love my older '4' so instead of turning it in for a hundred off on another accessory I wanted, I decided to keep it. I can do everything on my old "4" except make calls. It's sort of like having an iPad. Oh, and I upgraded the "4" to the "new IOS 6" operating system of the "5" which was free of course to anyone with an iPhone and still is and it also gives the "4" Siri and other stuff that 's on the "4s", I can talk all my texts if I chose to on the "4". Of course I have the "5" for calls and all the other stuff too (email,internet, texts, voice texting, panoramic photos, great video, etc.! I wouldn't have to have both phones but it's no extra cost to keep the old Iphone4 so I did. But having both is nice. I use the "4' for all my internet surfing and social sites, photos, etc. And of course all my apps and music are still on it too. Plus this way, if I have a problem with something on the "5" I can just use my "4" instead. Except for calls of course.

Also my battery on the old Iphone4 lasts much longer without running down than the Iphone5. I would recommend that anyone with a cell phone who wants to keep good battery life should NEVER "over-charge" their phone. That's the worst thing you can do to almost any device that has to be recharged. I only leave mine plugged-in for as long as it takes to reach a full charge. Never very long.

When you just leave it plugged it, it actually ends up zapping your battery life. Do not do that. Unplug immediately after a charge, whether done in car or at home.

To the person that wants to trade their "4" to a "4s", you can have a 4s by just loading the FREE upgrade. You can also upgrade to the 5's new operating system "IOS 6" FREE by clicking on it too. At least that's what I did. Of course my provider is AT&T but I don't think that makes any difference at all in getting the Free upgrades. You could check it out.


Well, I also have AT&T and you can't use a bluegrass phone anywhere besides bluegrass. So that is what kind of question that is! Needed to know before i inquired about purchasing!
Curious

Elizabethtown, KY

#10 Dec 12, 2012
Are you saying that if a person buys the phone from bluegrass then they have no option of changing carriers? Even if someone else gets the phone? That sucks. Sounds like a monopoly.

If a person buys the phone then it should belong to the person who bought it and not the company the purchase was made from. I was not aware of that policy, thanx for telling me.
Curious

Elizabethtown, KY

#11 Dec 12, 2012
I bought my iPhones at the Apple store and had my choice of what carrier and contract I wanted to choose. And when my contract is up I can go to another carrier with the same phone. That bluegrass policy would be reason enough to me not to buy an iphone from them.
getreal

United States

#12 Dec 13, 2012
Curious wrote:
Are you saying that if a person buys the phone from bluegrass then they have no option of changing carriers? Even if someone else gets the phone? That sucks. Sounds like a monopoly.

If a person buys the phone then it should belong to the person who bought it and not the company the purchase was made from. I was not aware of that policy, thanx for telling me.
That is exactly what it is and that is why my family does not have bluegrass as our carrier.
myio

United States

#13 Dec 13, 2012
Curious wrote:
I bought my iPhones at the Apple store and had my choice of what carrier and contract I wanted to choose. And when my contract is up I can go to another carrier with the same phone. That bluegrass policy would be reason enough to me not to buy an iphone from them.


All of the other carriers allow these to be used, because they use SIM cards, Bluegrass purposely does not, so you have no choice but to purchase their phones.
hwy 206

Burkesville, KY

#14 Dec 13, 2012
Curious wrote:
I bought my iPhones at the Apple store and had my choice of what carrier and contract I wanted to choose. And when my contract is up I can go to another carrier with the same phone. That bluegrass policy would be reason enough to me not to buy an iphone from them.
what is their policy

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