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Topic # 66211 14-Aug-2010 16:01 Send private message

Hi there, I'm thinking if selling my iPhone and going on an iPhone plane with the néw iphone.
I'm looking for offers over $650.
It's a year old, never had a problem, screen is perfect but does have a few scratches on the back.
Currently jailbroken with 4.0.1. I can do a factory restore if wanted by the new owner.
Wanting to do a cash trade in person so both parties are happy at the time of the transaction.
It will be sold as is, where is, again it's never given me any trouble so I can't see it breaking anytime soon.
I live in west Auckland.
Any offers over $650, please pm me, looking at doing the trade by next weekend.

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  Reply # 367628 14-Aug-2010 18:04 Send private message

I am interested in seeing how this goes as i have the exact same thing that i am looking at selling soon

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  Reply # 367636 14-Aug-2010 18:38 Send private message

I was going to put it on trademe as they are going for around $650. But why should I pay nearly $40 in fees.

I brought this phone outright last year as I thought there would be better plans that would suit me around the corner but alas they never came. Looking thru all the plans from the different carriers the iPhone 40 plan for me is the best, and for a iPhone 4 selling for $619, I personally think that's s good deal, here's the reason I want $650 for it as I'll buy some covers etc.



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  Reply # 367645 14-Aug-2010 18:58 Send private message

I don't get any benefit out of the plans vs prepaid rates so i will stick with prepaid, i want to upgrade to the iPhone 4 though and want to get as much of the money as possible from selling my iPhone 3GS, only expecting to get about half the RRP of the iPhone 4 back though.

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  Reply # 368382 16-Aug-2010 21:39 Send private message

Would you do a trade? I'd trade my second gen iPod touch 4.0 8GB JB, Nokia E63 with 2GB Micro-SD card and $100. Both iPod and the Nokia are still under their warranty. Ipod expires on boxing day this year and the phone has like 9months left. Both have screen protectors on it as I look after my stuff.

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  Reply # 368397 16-Aug-2010 21:53 Send private message

Thanks for the offer but I really like the iPhone so I won't be after any other phone.

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  Reply # 369899 19-Aug-2010 16:51 Send private message

Anyone keen to buy it for $650? If so please PM me.


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