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  Reply # 865513 25-Jul-2013 07:25
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kiwitrc: What would a used 7390 be worth?


50 quit, no contract?...:P


50 what?


My bad, drunk fingers!.. "Quid", But it's used ehh, 25 quid :P




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  Reply # 865517 25-Jul-2013 07:35
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SCM:
kiwitrc:
SCM:
kiwitrc: What would a used 7390 be worth?


50 quit, no contract?...:P


50 what?


My bad, drunk fingers!.. "Quid", But it's used ehh, 25 quid :P



Oh ok, I thought it might be worth more than the 7340 but ok. I will sell it for $50 on trademe.

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  Reply # 865528 25-Jul-2013 07:45
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kiwitrc:
SCM:
kiwitrc:
SCM:
kiwitrc: What would a used 7390 be worth?


50 quit, no contract?...:P


50 what?


My bad, drunk fingers!.. "Quid", But it's used ehh, 25 quid :P



Oh ok, I thought it might be worth more than the 7340 but ok. I will sell it for $50 on trademe.


I only just got my hands on the 7340, awesome peace of kit! just have to put up with 6+ years of crappy rural ADSL speeds here until fiber is installed here (if it actually happens..)... Would love the 7390, but can't justify it until we actually get decent pipes installed...




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