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Topic # 112621 14-Dec-2012 18:20
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I have a brand new in box 16GB LG Nexus 4 purchased from the google play store.
$700 plus postage (approx $12 for signature required courier).

I also have an 8GB Nexus 4 for sale which I have used for about 3-4 weeks.  Still in perfect condition. Open to offers.

I'm located in Wellington if you want to pickup.


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  Reply # 732713 14-Dec-2012 18:48
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i wonder how do you deal for warranty?

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  Reply # 732791 14-Dec-2012 21:24
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8GB model is now on trademe at $1 reserve


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  Reply # 732853 15-Dec-2012 09:05
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Trademe withdrew my auction because the charger has been certified to work in NZ.

Relisted without charger

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  Reply # 733350 17-Dec-2012 08:21
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Final offer to geekzoners before it goes on trademe.  $650 for the 16GB.

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  Reply # 733951 17-Dec-2012 21:59
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What did you want for the 8gb?

Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP) 10.10, MCITP 2008

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  Reply # 733955 17-Dec-2012 22:09
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The 8GB is on trademe and has met reserve so it sells for whatever final bid is.

16GB is now sold.

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