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Topic # 88987 24-Aug-2011 11:36 Send private message

Hey I'm probably going to sell my 3GS soon so looking at what it's worth these days.  It's in as-new condition - no scratches on the rear or front glass.  Has been in a plastic shell on the rear for its lifetime.  All buttons, switches are in as-new condition.  No issues with Microphone, ear speaker, or bottom speaker.

-32GB iPhone 3GS, Unlocked.
-Original Packaging
-Original Dock Cable, as new.
-Original Dock, as new
-Original earphones, as new (unused)
-Mophie Juice Pack - White, as new

Any ideas on a price for the lot? 

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  Reply # 511122 24-Aug-2011 11:54 Send private message

try trademe... lots of 'suckers' will pay any 'iphone' for a hefty price.

iphone is a product of Apple
any products from Apple is of high quality and magical
these suckers will pay a hefty price for any used iphone

recently, someone paid >$500 for a used 3 years old iphone 3G . look at this one here http://bit.ly/ngd3Gf







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  Reply # 511158 24-Aug-2011 12:32 Send private message

I intend to try Trade Me eventually, I'm just asking what the general price trend has been lately. Thanks for the link.

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