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Ultimate Geek

#157107 19-Nov-2014 22:04
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Bought this phone online as a gift for a relative overseas, but addresses were mixed up and the phone ended in NZ yell

THL T6S Android 4.4.2 MTK6582M Quad Core 1GB RAM Phone 5.0 Inch IPS 8GB ROM


  • Brand new, just opened the box to verify the phone is there
  • It's supposed to come with a 8Gb microSD card. Can't check it out without unwrapping the phone though. Assuming it's there I include it to sweeten the deal.
  • Specs say 3G: WCDMA 850/2100MHz, which if I understand correctly is good for Spark network but not great for Vodafone or 2Degrees.
  • Seller 12-month warranty
  • $90
  • Pickup in Glenfield or Auckland CBD

Some reviews:


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Uber Geek

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  #1179848 19-Nov-2014 22:04
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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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Wannabe Geek

  #1192018 9-Dec-2014 11:11
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Do you have this still?

I am after a handset for my son for Xmas and have a 100 dollar approx. budget ( His first phone)
I have been looking at the galaxy trend and xperia e1 prepay options on spark/VF (~99-129 NZD) but figured a look here would be a smart option..

If the handset is gone and/or if anyone else reads and has a reasonable condition 2nd hand handset for sale I am interested.
I am not looking for a too good to be true bargain but something that is comparable to the above handsets would be great. Especially if it has custom ROM support/Potential.
Carrier wise I have no issue between the 3 major players as we live in Urban Wellington

If I was cashed up I would gift him my S3 and upgrade but moneys too tight to mention.

I haven't logged in to this site for some time but am happy to provide details via PM if trust is an issue given my lack of regularity here

Not sure what the min post amount is to put a separate WTB here but I am below the threshold it seems hence me piggybacking here

Thanks for reading all.



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Ultimate Geek

  #1197379 14-Dec-2014 19:33
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Sorry for the belated response, I forgot to enable the notifications.
Yes, the phone hasn't been sold yet.

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