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Topic # 94995 23-Dec-2011 15:54 Send private message

Ex Telecom network, but will work on any carrier i.e. VF / 2degrees etc....


Unboxed, in original packaging.

Orginal RRP$1499, but open to a decent offer. (around $300?)

Touch PRO 2, not Touch 2

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  Reply # 561006 23-Dec-2011 15:59 Send private message

RRP$1499.... you sure?







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Master Geek
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  Reply # 561009 23-Dec-2011 16:10 Send private message

l43a2: RRP$1499.... you sure?


You're right. I lie.

Touch PRO 2, not Touch 2.

Thanks for picking that up!

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  Reply # 561011 23-Dec-2011 16:18 Send private message

Touch Pro 2 were $1499 when it launched in Feb 2009. I remember buying it for $1300. They don't manufacture them any more and even for a brand new one from 2 years back is only worth between $300 ~ $400 max.

good luck with the sale though. was a great device for me.




Do whatever you want to do man.

  



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  Reply # 561012 23-Dec-2011 16:26 Send private message

billgates: Touch Pro 2 were $1499 when it launched in Feb 2009. I remember buying it for $1300. They don't manufacture them any more and even for a brand new one from 2 years back is only worth between $300 ~ $400 max.

good luck with the sale though. was a great device for me.



Fair enough. Good point.

Updated the asking to around $300.

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