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# 141276 7-Mar-2014 03:07
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I have my spare iPhone 4 available for sale

32GB Black
Model: MC605X/A
Serial: 85048G33A4T

Running the latest iOS version 7.0.6


Works fine but does have a few issues: 

1) Single, fine crack from left hand side to bottom right side of screen. Very fine, you cannot feel it

2) Home button is slightly sticky

3) Dock connector port - sometimes you need to plug the charger in more firmly

4) Is not very fast running iOS 7 - Or it could just be that I'm so used to using the 5S


All of the issues above are fairly minor, but I'd rather disclose them up front. Battery life is fine, calling, texting, data, wifi all work without any problems. You could probably fix up all the issues yourself reasonably cheaply if you don't mind taking the phone apart

Phone is factory unlocked, will work on any network. I am currently using it with a 2 degrees sim card


Asking price $300, will consider offers above $250. Not yet listed on Trademe

Available in Auckland CBD for viewing/testing/inspection

I might not check my PM very often, so call/text on 022-099-0229 for a quicker response

I may be letting a friend borrow the phone while not being used, so it may take up to a day's notice if you would like to view it. 


Cheers, 

Wayne



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  # 1000452 7-Mar-2014 03:07
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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