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# 208685 22-Feb-2017 13:57
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I have a dual sim 640xl to sell. Was my main driver for a while and I loved it, but I moved to android and while I still much prefer the windows phone OS (and hardware TBH, though only slightly - I have a nexus 5X and the battery life on the 640XL was obviously way better) I'm now using a few android apps that would make moving back hard, so time to sell the windows phone.  It's in good condition, only minor issue is a small hairline crack next to one of the volume buttons - it's only really noticeable when removing the back cover, which is also how I did it - it doesn't affect day to day operation of the phone in any way. 

 

Can include receipt and box.

 

Hoping for $120 at this stage


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  # 1725533 24-Feb-2017 09:39
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Any interest at $100?


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  # 1725574 24-Feb-2017 11:14
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Windows phone 10?

 

Could be keen to use as a work phone.





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  # 1725587 24-Feb-2017 11:38
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Yes, it's running windows 10; haven't used it for a little while, but I can power it up and ensure it's all up to date this evening. 


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  # 1725589 24-Feb-2017 11:42
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sidefx:

 

Yes, it's running windows 10; haven't used it for a little while, but I can power it up and ensure it's all up to date this evening. 

 

 

 

 

If you could then I will buy it.





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