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Topic # 228927 30-Jan-2018 18:28
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Upgraded to the latest firmware and still under warranty (bought through Go Wifi).

 

$600 ono for the lot - will include cables if requested to.

 

Free shipping anywhere in New Zealand.

 

Have original boxes and all original parts.





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  Reply # 1949789 1-Feb-2018 02:35
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Reducing to $500 or nearest offer. Includes free shipping anywhere in New Zealand.





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  Reply # 1951197 3-Feb-2018 18:25
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scottjpalmer: Hi.

Please confirm it is: https://www.gowifi.co.nz/wireless/uap-ac-hd.html and https://www.gowifi.co.nz/routers-non-wireless/usg.html

Thanks

 

Apologies for the slow reply. Yes, they are the same ones.





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  Reply # 1951278 4-Feb-2018 00:03
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matisyahu: FS: Ubiquiti USG and UniFi AP AC HD ...

 

Additional devices: nVidia Shield 2017, Google Wifi 3 Pack

 

Sorry, no interest in the equipment. My interest lies in your decision and why you would want to let go of such capable equipment? Please PM me if you don't want to share publicly.

 

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  Reply # 1992874 10-Apr-2018 17:28
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Hi there,

Are the AP and USG still for sale?


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