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#224121 3-Nov-2017 13:06
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I sometimes need to buy cheap Skinny phones for one of my clients and am looking for one now, but there is nothing in the shops.

 

Warehouse Stationery said Skinny pulled out months ago and looking online there is nothing at Noel Leeming or Harvey Norman. I'm just looking for something cheap but the Samsung J1 on the Skinny site is sold out.

 

Have I missed something or do I need to buy a Spark one and pay for it to be unlocked ?


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  #1894740 3-Nov-2017 13:09
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The Warehouse still sells Skinny phones: https://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/p/skinny-samsung-galaxy-j1-2016-locked-bundle-white/R2193074.html#q=skinny&start=1




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  #1894743 3-Nov-2017 13:12
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Thanks, I've just found on the Skinny website they are through 'selected partner stores'. I went into WS, HN and NL and didn't think to check The Warehouse which was next door !

 

 


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