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Kopkiwi

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#195598 26-Apr-2016 11:17
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Purchased in December. In perfect working order. Just had a new home button, mic and screen put in due to some touch screen response issues. Works like a dream now.

Original box and accessories including a case. No marks, no scratches.

Selling as wife would like the S7 Edge

CHristchurch pick up or free shipping

Will upload pictures shortly

$750


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  #1542049 26-Apr-2016 11:17
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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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  #1542072 26-Apr-2016 11:18
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I think you're missing a zero : )


 
 
 
 


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  #1542073 26-Apr-2016 11:19
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Price check? 


Krishant007
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  #1542078 26-Apr-2016 11:25
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Im feeling generous, I will give $80 :)


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  #1542112 26-Apr-2016 11:39
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who says 0 does not have any value ?!!


Kopkiwi

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  #1542122 26-Apr-2016 11:48
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lol oops. Yeah $750

 

 

 

Sorry


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  #1542548 27-Apr-2016 07:50
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Photos

 

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #1543424 28-Apr-2016 14:35
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Got a wireless pad I can include too. Samsung


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  #1543928 29-Apr-2016 11:13
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Bump

 

 

 

Give me offers people


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  #1544724 1-May-2016 09:23
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Seriously? No one is even remotely interested in one of the top phones on the market.

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  #1544730 1-May-2016 09:47
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Kopkiwi: Seriously? No one is even remotely interested in one of the top phones on the market.

 

Trouble is, there's a new kid on the block sporting newer design, way bigger battery, bigger screen, water proofing, removable SD card ... 


Kopkiwi

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  #1544869 1-May-2016 13:44
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dafman:

Kopkiwi: Seriously? No one is even remotely interested in one of the top phones on the market.


Trouble is, there's a new kid on the block sporting newer design, way bigger battery, bigger screen, water proofing, removable SD card ... 



Yup and it's only twice the price.

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  #1544879 1-May-2016 14:20
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Kopkiwi:
dafman:

 

Kopkiwi: Seriously? No one is even remotely interested in one of the top phones on the market.

 

 

 

Trouble is, there's a new kid on the block sporting newer design, way bigger battery, bigger screen, water proofing, removable SD card ... 

 



Yup and it's only twice the price.

 

The question, is it worth 'twice' the price? With interest free options, I start seeing a lot more people going for the brand new phone these days! 






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  #1545120 2-May-2016 08:02
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yeah - I think that is the biggest problem; perceived (real or otherwise) obsolescence if the item is not the current version. I by no means am on the bleeding edge of maintaining current/latest/greatest versions of phones, but if I was spending >$500 on a phone, I would be wanting it to be the current version...anything other than the current version, would need to be priced at such a point where the price overruled that sentiment of buying something that is already "old" :)


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  #1545124 2-May-2016 08:30
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E3xtc:

 

yeah - I think that is the biggest problem; perceived (real or otherwise) obsolescence if the item is not the current version. I by no means am on the bleeding edge of maintaining current/latest/greatest versions of phones, but if I was spending >$500 on a phone, I would be wanting it to be the current version...anything other than the current version, would need to be priced at such a point where the price overruled that sentiment of buying something that is already "old" :)

 

 

 

 

Put it this way, a 32GB version was sold last week for $650, so the price is fair and unless I am mistaken the S6 Edge+ was released same time as the Note 5? So the phone is less than a year since release.


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