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Master Geek

Topic # 10047 1-Nov-2006 12:46
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I need to purchase all these phones.
Does anybody have all of them for sale?

Alcatel OT531
Hitachi P300
I-Mate SP5
LG B2000
LG LX5350
LG U8550
LG U400
Motorola V66i
Motorola T725E
Samsung Z100
Sanyo SCP-4920
Sanyo SCP-2300
Sanyo SCP-5600
Sanyo SCP-7400
Sanyo SCP-8300
Sanyo SCP-9000

I've posted this in both the Telecom and Vodafone lists because I don't know which phones are for which network and there is no generic phones forum.

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Master Geek

  Reply # 50714 1-Nov-2006 22:18
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why do you want all these phones

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  Reply # 50780 2-Nov-2006 11:58
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I've posted this in both the Telecom and Vodafone lists because I don't know which phones are for which network and there is no generic phones forum.

All the Sanyo's are CDMA (Telecom), every things else is GSM (and variants) which is Vodafone.


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Master Geek

  Reply # 50783 2-Nov-2006 12:09
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Thanks guys. I want these phones because we're building an application that needs testing - I've found a lot of them but the older ones are proving hard to source.

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