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Topic # 230789 13-Mar-2018 11:23
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Hi all

 

I need a back up phone and cheap Androids are garbage.

 

Anyone got a Lumia they want to get rid of? I'm happy with any model just needs to be able to make and receive a phone call and the battery needs to be working fine.

 

Am in Auckland CBD so can pick up if needed.

 

 

 

Thanks,


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  Reply # 1973880 13-Mar-2018 11:25
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If it just needs to make/receive calls then why does it matter if it's Android or not?  Any phone will make/receive calls. 


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  Reply # 1973911 13-Mar-2018 12:10
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Think about Nokia 3310 :)

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  Reply # 1974168 13-Mar-2018 18:59
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I have an old 640. I am not sure it's worth anything at this point....? Was going to put it in a phone recycling thing.

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  Reply # 1974172 13-Mar-2018 19:14
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640 is still a nice phone :)

 

Also, if anyone has an old Lumia usb charger - the one with the cable attached to the plug - lying in a drawer I would love one.  Best chargers ever!


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  Reply # 1974202 13-Mar-2018 20:19
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I have a 950 (Think it's the XL) here that I no longer use if you want it.


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