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Topic # 9940 25-Oct-2006 19:45
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I have a couple of old, but still working, mobile phones for sale:

1. Nokia with built-in 3.2 megapixel digital camera:


2.Ericsson with Game Pack (not J2ME):









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  Reply # 49681 25-Oct-2006 19:52
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Lol
Nice touch
Don't suppose you have an old satellite phone as well do you, how does that look?
Tongue out




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Reply # 49682 25-Oct-2006 19:53
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But what network?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 49685 25-Oct-2006 19:57
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One is TDMA, the other is GSM.

Someone pointed out that I say "3.2 megapixels", but the phone shows "4.1 megapixels". The good news is you get .9 megapixels free!





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  Reply # 49686 25-Oct-2006 20:38
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nice try but the rubber bands give it away that this is a scam - beware do not buy these phones, check his feedback!!

ps - do you have a Buy Now?




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  Reply # 49689 25-Oct-2006 21:05
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blimmin spamm0rs trying to hock off mobes on GZ....









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Reply # 49694 25-Oct-2006 21:18
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freitasm: What feedback? Haven't you noticed the big gold star under my name?


And with such a nice smile, how could you possibly be a scamster! I'm confident that these are top quality products.

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  Reply # 49696 25-Oct-2006 21:25
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freitasm:
riahon: check his feedback!!
What feedback? Haven't you noticed the big gold star under my name?


Gold Star? Hell, my daughters got a whole chart full of them for potty training.
I am more concerned now checking out his profile. Anyone that self proclaims himself as a  Benevolent Dictator needs to be given a wide berth.




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  Reply # 49702 25-Oct-2006 21:47
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so, from this we can conclude that not only is Freitasm a benevolent dictator, but he's also potty trained :) good on ya Freitasm







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  Reply # 49705 25-Oct-2006 21:59
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freitasm: Benevolent Dictator...


Oh - my bad.... I thought this was a bad thing :)




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  Reply # 49707 25-Oct-2006 22:12
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Nice touch - Love it!

Good use of the Bold and Feature services! Right up the top of the list for search results.

Is it free shipping within NZ?




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