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#23255 23-Jun-2008 20:34
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For Sale: Nokia E51

In 99% perfect condition EXCEPT the '9' key has a crack through it. This does not affect operation at all, you do not notice it, and it does not detract from the phone. Will get a pic up at some stage.

These come with a factory screen protector, and this one has never been removed, so screen is totally perfect.

It is fully set up and working with MMS, Mobile Broadband etc.

Great handset - check the specs.

I would love to keep using it, but I have just taken a new role with a company that exclusively uses Telecom Mobile, so I am going back to a Windows Mobile device.

Am also open to swaps for anything interesting.

Free courier.

$350 firm.







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  #140575 25-Jun-2008 20:26
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Cracked number 9 key - does not affect operation at all. No other issues at all.



The factory screen protector still on, with the corner tab lifting slightly.



Nice and thin....










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  #141019 28-Jun-2008 12:17
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Bump. Added price - $350







 
 
 
 


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  #141020 28-Jun-2008 12:35
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WinMo? Shame, you won't be able to upgrade to the E71 or E66 then...

Still, couple of nice looking HTC handsets around the corner though, and the Sony Xperia is looking like it could be good...




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  #142966 4-Jul-2008 14:22
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Any luck yet Tony?



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  #142987 4-Jul-2008 16:14
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No - I still have it. Havent had the time to stick it on TM.







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