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Topic # 114869 5-Mar-2013 21:08
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Time to sell off some toys I don't really need, sorry the pics are a bit meh, but if you are keen for specific phones please feel free to ask.

If you are Dunedin based or have mates that are, you are welcome to inspect goods before purchase.

Nexus 4

16GB

Phone will run on all NZ networks - Telecom/Vodafone/2Degrees

Google's own current flagship phone, made by LG.

http://www.theverge.com/products/nexus-4/6274

I've owned the phone for about a month. I imported from the USA (no warranty because of this) and then won an SGS3 from a supplier at work. Only reason I am swapping to the Galaxy is because 16GB isn't quite big enough for my whole music collection.

Has had a screen protector since new, the back has some very light scratching, has to be in the light to be able to see it.

Comes with a Nilkin case, box, manuals, micro usb cable, charger.

$500



Nexus 7

16GB

Hardly been used, very good condition.

Googles own tablet, made by ASUS.

http://www.theverge.com/products/nexus-7/5831

I brought this about 6 months ago in the UK (once again no warranty sorry)and can't really find a good use for it with all my other toys. :lol:

Comes with a soft carry pouch, charger with UK/NZ adaptor, micro USB cable.

$330.



iPhone 4S

32GB Black

11months old, with a month of NZ warranty left.

Genuine iPhone white dock.

NZ new phone, completely unlocked no jailbreaking BS required.

Phone will run on all NZ networks - Telecom/Vodafone/2Degrees

Has had a screen protector it's whole life, mild scratching on the back from where it's been in my pocket, you don't notice unless you look at it in the light on an angle.

$700ono

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  Reply # 775865 6-Mar-2013 20:01
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Nexus 4 sold

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  Reply # 775866 6-Mar-2013 20:07
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Damn. Wish I can say 'yes' to that iPhone 4S




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  Reply # 776045 7-Mar-2013 08:44
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As do I :P

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  Reply # 776110 7-Mar-2013 10:21
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given you can buy brand new a 32gb Nexus 7 for just over $400 your price may be tad high




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  Reply # 776111 7-Mar-2013 10:23
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What would a fair price be? I based that off TradeMe sales.

EDIT: Yeah another look that is the high end, lets say $260.

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  Reply # 776125 7-Mar-2013 11:10
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I'm tempted at that price but with Galaxy S4 due in near future that would be pushing things a bit much




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  Reply # 777633 10-Mar-2013 14:33
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ttt

Will be going on trademe this week if no one is keen

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