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Topic # 5492 2-Nov-2005 11:55
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Hi all, maybe a dumb question, but is it possible to sell my Harrier phone that is currently connected to a Telecom account ?? How does it work ?? Im going throw it in Trademe if I can. Cheers, Andrew


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  Reply # 22461 2-Nov-2005 12:35

if your selling the account connected to the harrier the person making the purchase just signs the account into their name and takes responsibility for the bill

its likely to reduce the resell value



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  Reply # 22463 2-Nov-2005 13:55
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Thanks ... I was hopeing there would be a better solution.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 22469 2-Nov-2005 14:24
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Hi there Mauricio,

Once you have cancelled your account how does the purchaser reconnect with Telecom ??


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Reply # 22470 2-Nov-2005 14:41
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You can tansfer the phone connection to a new phone, and sell without the account. The purchaser will just walk into a Telecom shop and ask to connect the phone. There'll be a small fee the person is transferring from an older phone, or nothing if it's their new account (that's what happened to me).





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Reply # 22474 2-Nov-2005 16:43
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What condition is it in, I now need one for work. (another one) lets us know the TM auction please. :-) juct check that you aren't in any contract, some can be expensive to get out of.

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