Unlocked Smartphones Ulefone Note 9P Android 11 Unlocked Cell Phones
Unlocked Smartphones Ulefone Note 9P Android 11 Unlocked Cell Phones, Triple Rear Camera Triple Card Slots, 6.52" Waterdrop Full-Screen Dual SIM Phones, 4500mAh Global Bands, US Version - Green
- 70 REVIEWS BATTERY LIFE
- 45 REVIEWS SIM CARD
- 36 REVIEWS SCREEN PROTECTOR
- 13 REVIEWS FINGERPRINT READER
- 159 REVIEWS GREAT PHONE
- 35 REVIEWS CASE AND SCREEN
- 22 REVIEWS GREAT VALUE
- 7 REVIEWS METRO PCS
- 14 REVIEWS WASTE OF MONEY
- 31 REVIEWS EASY TO USE
- 22 REVIEWS FINGERPRINT
- 8 REVIEWS HIGHLY RECOMMEND
- 6 REVIEWS CHARGING PORT
- 15 REVIEWS PUT THE SIM
- 42 REVIEWS NEW PHONE
- 18 REVIEWS WORTH THE MONEY
- 33 REVIEWS OLD PHONE
- 13 REVIEWS STOPPED WORKING
- 6 REVIEWS YEAR OLD
- 63 REVIEWS NICE PHONE
Top Positive Review
I bought the two-year phone protection plan on Sept 17, 2019. On Sept 20, 2020, I dropped my phone on concrete and the screen shattered. I opened my Asurion plan confirmation email, followed the steps, and within a couple of minutes I had a shipping label and a confirmation that once they received the broken phone, they would give me an Amazon gift card covering the original cost of the phone. Since I had 10 days to return the phone, I ordered a replacement from Amazon, it arrived on Sept 22. I was able to move all of the data from my broken phone to my new one. I used the box from the new phone to mail the broken one back. (Although I had saved the original box, it was easier to use the most recent one!) I mailed the phone back on Sept 24 before 11 a.m. and I received my Amazon gift card by email just after 11 p.m. on the 24th. (The only issue I had is that the email went to spam, so I didn’t actually notice it had come until a few days later.) The gift card code worked perfectly and I am thrilled!
Top Critical Review
I purchased a renewed Samsung Galaxy S-7 in September 2019 and purchased the two year insurance. There was a problem with the phone in December 2019. I tried to make a claim informing the Asurion insurance that the phone was no longer accepting a charge and would no longer turn on for service. Asurion insisted that I send the phone to Samsung for warranty service. Samsung received the phone and determined that it was not a warranty issue but impact damage with a repair cost of $70.34 before proceeding. Asurion refused to reimburse for the repair instead claiming that though impact damage is covered, they could not reimburse me for the cost and that I would have to have Samsung return the phone to me and then put another claim in to Asurion so that I could send the phone to Asurion. This is unacceptable. Asurion tried to avoid the insurance coverage by having me send the phone to Samsung. Now, I am faced with being without a phone for additional time. (I.e. the initial claim December 2nd (lots of on the phone/website hassle with both Asurion and Samsung); mail off to Samsung was December 4th; information regarding damage from Samsung December 10th; and now waiting for Samsung to send the phone back so that I can re-claim to Asurion.) Who knows how much longer this process is going to take. I don’t believe that purchasers of insurance would expect to have such a long process for the repair/replacement of their cell phone. The insurance is an illusion.
Customer Questions & Answers
Does the note 9 have wired secondary display out via the usbc port or only wireless screen mirroring?
Answer: Only wireless screen mirroring
Can you screen record on this phone?
Would this work with the verizon sim card from straight talk? If not do you know of a CDMA one that is comparable to this phone?
Answer: It does not work with Straight Talk. When you look at these phones scroll down all the way and you will info on the phone, like which networks that wont work with the phone
Does this phone work with boostmobile?
Answer: No, it doesn’t support boostmobile
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