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Master Geek
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Topic # 112039 24-Nov-2012 01:42
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Hi 

I feel like selling my s2 which was rarely used within the year. I bought the S2 around December 2011 and have only used it for a few months since i bought the s3 straight ahead after launch. This phone is still under warranty from Telecom as I have bought an extended warranty for this for 54bucks. This can be transferred.

Also, The phone is in perfect condition! no scratches, has always been on a case, the headset was never used though the charger was replaced with a new one i bought from Vodafone.

As this phone is a T version of S2 all network should run smoothly without any problems.

Please offer and I will respond to you ASAP!


Accessories Included:
Samsung Charger NZ
OEM Data Cable
OEM Samsung Headset
Black Lanyard
Momax Hard Case (which covers all four sides of the bezel)
Screen Protector

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 722141 24-Nov-2012 07:18
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How much are you looking for ?



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  Reply # 722311 24-Nov-2012 14:58
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Honestly, i really don't know. Though you could try to fairly offer a good price.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 722328 24-Nov-2012 16:21
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I'll throw in another dual layer case and an 8GB Micro SD Card as I won't be using them once i sell my S2.

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  Reply # 732355 14-Dec-2012 03:50
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Still for sale?

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