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Topic # 217742 10-Jul-2017 19:35
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Who wants a really good value, brand name, near-new mobile phone?

 

Samsung has really improved the appearance of their 2017 phones, this J5 Prime is definitely a slick-looking handset. Model code SM-G570Y, it's only a few weeks old - used for the duration of the Lions tour yet suffered no liquid damage from warm beer spills. It has had, undoubtedly, a few hours of whingeing during calls "back 'ome" but that would be the only negative feature. Otherwise it's in totally as new condition. Cosmetically spotless with a thin Spigen metal plate stuck to the rear for connecting to magnetic phone mounts.

 

PB retail these for $340, Digi Parallel Imports seem to be the cheapest at $298. There's no box, it's just the phone, charger & USB cable. The handset is unlocked for all networks. 

 

So it's in perfect condition, stock standard (never been rooted), current model 16GB Samsung J5 Prime. 

 

The price is $200, plus courier if required. I'm in Kingsland, Auckland - pick up is fine.

 

    


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