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Topic # 6189 3-Jan-2006 22:41
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Someone put sand in my pocket and ruined my brand new Nokia 6265! Lol. Gutted

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  Reply # 25688 4-Jan-2006 08:27
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i could cry for you.
what's broken on it?



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  Reply # 25731 4-Jan-2006 23:51
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Sand all thru it... And because its a slider... Not good...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 25736 5-Jan-2006 00:40
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i could possily fix it for a small charge, there's a trick to getting it out of the speakers..

gutting.


buy a cheap Nokia 2110 for $79 or the beach, pity t'com don't do simcards tho.



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  Reply # 25774 5-Jan-2006 18:52
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I didn't know i was going to be on the beach thats all... Gutted... I have already put in for repair...

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Reply # 25782 5-Jan-2006 20:02
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Those $99 handsets couplied with the free $50 credits on them would have made it more worthwhile - couplied with that promotion the warehouse was running with a $10 gift voucher... ($99-50-10= $39 for the handset) it was a fairly good deal.

I should have picked a few of those up myself - would be quite useful as phones that you don't really mind if they got wet or broke.




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  Reply # 25786 5-Jan-2006 20:52
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cokemaster: Those $99 handsets couplied with the free $50 credits on them would have made it more worthwhile - couplied with that promotion the warehouse was running with a $10 gift voucher... ($99-50-10= $39 for the handset) it was a fairly good deal.

I should have picked a few of those up myself - would be quite useful as phones that you don't really mind if they got wet or broke.



Drinking phones.... Main course of cell phone damage is alcohol... Well thats what I believe.. :P

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