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# 1786 28-Jun-2004 09:37
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Hi, folks. I know that this has probably been asked before here, but I wasn't paying attention. :)

I'm wondering where would be the most cost effective place to get hold of a data cable for a CDMA handset. I know that Telecom stores typically charge about $200 for them, so I was thinking that there must be some way to get them cheaper. Is there somewhere on the Internet where I could get hold of one?

Thanks in advance.

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  # 6885 28-Jun-2004 09:46
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Hi, you should be able to find what you're looking for on ebay for a good price. I just ordered a Audiovox 8900 cable, for my TX-95c.

Check out Bargaincell, Freedomnet and aaccessories on eBay - I've heard good things about these sellers.


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  # 6888 28-Jun-2004 14:34
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You'll find a cable on TradeMe. I got a DKU-5 for $45.

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