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Topic # 222629 21-Aug-2017 13:18
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Anyone Interested in my Huawei Mate 9 model MHA-L29

 

thats the dual lens sual sim etc with Huawei case even got the original box etc

 

Looking for $720 plus say $5 or 10 for delivery depending where you are will offer a 30 day warranty for fellow geekzoneses

 

now you are going to ask how old it is I wonder if I can find it on Noel leemings account hang on

 

Cool Dec 15th 2016 so still some wty with Noel Leemings





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  Reply # 1849839 21-Aug-2017 14:03
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Mate 9 comes with a two-year warranty, so this runs until Dec 2018 if purchased Dec 2016 - that said, is the manufacturer's warranty transferrable to another party?




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  Reply # 1849867 21-Aug-2017 15:25
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jonathan18:

 

Mate 9 comes with a two-year warranty, so this runs until Dec 2018 if purchased Dec 2016 - that said, is the manufacturer's warranty transferrable to another party?

 

 

Hi Firstly I had no idea it had a 2 year warranty

 

so i will have to do some detective work and get back to you I could be mean and increase the price if it has a 2 year warranty :)





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  Reply # 1849874 21-Aug-2017 15:32
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gnfb:

 

jonathan18:

 

Mate 9 comes with a two-year warranty, so this runs until Dec 2018 if purchased Dec 2016 - that said, is the manufacturer's warranty transferrable to another party?

 

 

Hi Firstly I had no idea it had a 2 year warranty

 

so i will have to do some detective work and get back to you I could be mean and increase the price if it has a 2 year warranty :)

 

 

Well I just spoke to NL and the person there confirmed it was a 2 year warranty as well as it being transferable. The warranty apparently is with the manufacture.

 

If there is any issue with that i guarantee someone on here will will point it out for us.





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  Reply # 1850219 22-Aug-2017 10:55
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Sold my brand new Mate 9 about 2 weeks back. Only got $550 for it.




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  Reply # 1850319 22-Aug-2017 13:29
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Kopkiwi:

 

Sold my brand new Mate 9 about 2 weeks back. Only got $550 for it.

 

 

That was really nice of you. I wish I was that rich that I could also be that generous... The average price on TM is around $730-$850 so I was at least dropping the TM commission for our geekzone brothers. 

 

I'm not surprised they go for that price having a 2 year warranty and without a doubt being one of the best value current phones on the market.





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  Reply # 1850358 22-Aug-2017 14:01
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gnfb:

 

Kopkiwi:

 

Sold my brand new Mate 9 about 2 weeks back. Only got $550 for it.

 

 

That was really nice of you. I wish I was that rich that I could also be that generous... The average price on TM is around $730-$850 so I was at least dropping the TM commission for our geekzone brothers. 

 

I'm not surprised they go for that price having a 2 year warranty and without a doubt being one of the best value current phones on the market.

 

 

 

 

Actually, take that back, $650 and that was $1 reserve


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