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Samsung Galaxy S III T999 16GB T-Mobile GSM Unlocked Android Smartphone – Pebble Blue


This Samsung Galaxy S III cell phone delivers a suite of Samsung interactive features and fast, powerful processing capabilities to the T-Mobile service network. Leveraging 2 GB of internal RAM in tandem with 16 GB of onboard memory, this Samsung Galaxy has the power it needs to drive impressive technology such as S-Voice, the Samsung virtual personal assistant; S Beam, a laser-based method for directly sharing content with another Samsung Galaxy phone; and AllShare Play, which allows users to display their phone media content on an HDTV or computer. This Samsung Galaxy S III cell phone also comes standard with a rear-mounted 8 MP camera, and a front-facing video-enabled camera for conference calls. Photos snapped on this camera can be automatically shared with up to five friends thanks to the Share Shot feature on this smartphone. This Samsung Galaxy also can understand a range of human gestures and initiate commands and actions at the sweep of a hand or simply by a user placing this smartphone next to his or her ear, making it a powerful and intelligent communication tool.

$ 617.65


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  1. Zsrjsr Z. says:
    44 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Read it before you are buying an unlocked smartphone online, July 22, 2013
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    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Samsung Galaxy S III T999 16GB T-Mobile GSM Unlocked Android Smartphone – Pebble Blue (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    If you are not patient enough, this review is about online seller Wireless Experts Inc., who sold me a new “factory unlocked” Samsung Galaxy S3 that is reported as stolen 5 months after purchase. It cost me 3 Months (and counting) to contacting multiple sources including the Seller, Samsung, AT&T, and T-Mobile, dozens of email conversations, time and energy trying to return a defective item to the Seller that I didn’t know it was defective until 5 Months later this phone doesn’t register to network at all. If you are patient enough, please read on. I think it would be beneficial for inexperienced online shoppers looking for unlocked smartphone. I sincerely hope they won’t make the same mistake I have made.

    Last November I purchased an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S3 T999 from Wireless Experts Inc. on Amazon, at $564. Seller said this phone is unlocked and works with GSM carriers.

    That phone was shipped to me with nice factory packaging, and it was working as expected. However 5 Months later, on May 5th, it can’t register to network anymore. I tried everything I could but somehow my SIM card works on other GSM phones but their card won’t work on mine phone. I contacted seller and they told me it has passed 90 days and there is no way I could return it to them. Seller suggested I contact Samsung for solution. Samsung replied and agreed to repair my phone. I shipped this S3 to Samsung in TX and they diagnosed and changed parts related to signal reception, and shipped the phone back to me.
    After putting my SIM card back and switched it on, this phone still not register to network.

    My friend told me my phone may be blacklisted by carrier. I submitted IMEI number to T-Mobile, and T-Mobile says this phone was reported lost and blocked from registering networks.

    Here comes the email communications, counts up to 43, summarized as follows:

    1. I contacted Wireless Experts Inc. that this phone was reported stolen. I want to return this phone to them and get my money back.

    2. Seller said it still may work with AT&T and asked me to try an AT&T SIM card.

    3. I insist it was seller’s fault to sell me a stolen phone that is blocked by carrier 5 Months later.

    4. Seller said a stolen phone is USUALLY reported lost in 90 DAYS, 5 MONTHS seems ABNORMALLY LONG to him.

    5. I said REALLY I didn’t knowing this phone was defective, or I would definitely return it in that so called 90 DAYS.

    6. Seller said he would ask his supervisor.

    7. After long waiting, the Seller said he will refund me $200 for returning this item to him, after 3 months contacting him.

    SUMMARY and LESSON LEARNED:

    1. Checking IMEI after you bought an unlocked smartphone won’t work since it might be reported after months of usage.

    2. Even if you received a factory sealed new phone, looks just from “factory” rather than another person, it still might be reported as stolen.

    ****UPDATE on Aug 9th, 2013****

    This long lasting case was closed, when seller agreed to 1. refund $200 for this phone WHILE I can keep it, in addiction, 2. refund $400 AND return this phone to him if it doesn’t work with other carriers that haven’t banned this phone yet. Both parties are OK with this result.

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  2. courtneyb says:
    22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing!!!, November 29, 2012
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    I ordered this phone last week and it came a day before the estimated arrival day! I really enjoy this phone no problems and i really encourage you to buy from this seller! The only thing is that you should buy screen protectors because it does not come with the phone. Over all very very pleased!

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  3. be careful says:
    13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Product Misrepresentation, October 8, 2013
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    This review is from: Samsung Galaxy S III T999 16GB T-Mobile GSM Unlocked Android Smartphone – Pebble Blue (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    The title said unlocked phone but in description, it said not unlocked. Also, it has 3 scratches which is not NEW but label as NEW. Amazon should ban these stores for misrepresent the product. This looks bad for Amazon Market because it looks like a place for Con people.

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