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  Reply # 2057517 17-Jul-2018 08:07
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I am using my SO's old Samsung Galaxy Ace3 for more than a year after my 3 year old S3 screen shattered. This Ace3 also switches off all of a sudden when it's battery reaches below 30%

 

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Time to move to a new phone is long overdue.

 

 


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  Reply # 2057597 17-Jul-2018 10:09
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My second hand nexus 6p took a tumble over the weekend... I tried to jump a small puddle and the phone fell out my pocket and landed face first. The worst thing is I only had it for 2 months! cry


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2057615 17-Jul-2018 10:32
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the best motorola phone for me was moto defy. since then, been sticking with samsung phone. maybe this will bring me back to motorola? i promise lengthy review once i have it!

 






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  Reply # 2058682 19-Jul-2018 10:14
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Been trying to find the Motorola Razr that was being used until 2014 for the picture.  That family member now on a pretty Lumia 735 but obviously finding the Windows Phone death more and more restrictive..

 


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  Reply # 2058920 19-Jul-2018 16:32
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Would love an upgrade to my old Moto G. I now have it as a backup phone after inheriting my daughters 6s. Still fires up - just a bit slow.

 

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  Reply # 2059117 20-Jul-2018 03:40
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I would like to replace my old man's broken phone. It's a cheap smartphone with a cracked screen, but still works - mostly. Fairly often the phone will ring, but, the phone can't be answered as it stops responding. Would be good to be able to give him one that works.

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  Reply # 2059127 20-Jul-2018 07:23
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This old Nokia was good in its day, but times have changed. Texting with this is too hard for my older hands and eyes, and a new Motorola with a wonderful battery life would be a dream. Like the phone,all good things come to an end, and this  phone is  too old to continue   in our modern day technology. 


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  Reply # 2059308 20-Jul-2018 13:45
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If I won I would probably give the phone to my sister. She has been using an old Nokia for at least 10 years, if not longer. I feel she needs to enter the world of the smartphone and this would be the perfect way to do it :)








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  Reply # 2060071 21-Jul-2018 16:42
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And the winner is.... @xlinknz who will receive his phone some time this weekend, when I drive around the suburb and drop the phone on his mailbox.





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