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Topic # 23375 26-Jun-2008 21:34
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Edit:

Ok now that the new  phones are out Im willing to pay a bit more for  a firstgen

Im hoping to pay around $500 - $600 - $650ish


Pm me with offers

Thanks Andrew

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  Reply # 141018 28-Jun-2008 11:42
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Hi Andrew,

I have a first gen phone that I may sell depending on what prices and contracts are offered by Vodafone (ie will I update this one?)

When the details are released, I'll make a decision and get back to you.  

Cheers

Darryn



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  Reply # 141038 28-Jun-2008 14:29
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I've been in the market for one too. I reckon the price will significantly drop once the 3G comes out, unless the 3G is overpriced.

So i'm waiting paitently....

They're around about 600 for 16 400+ for 8gb at the moment



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  Reply # 147150 12-Jul-2008 15:10
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Still looking for iPhone

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  Reply # 147223 12-Jul-2008 20:31
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im going to see vodafone on monday to brake the contract. 3G 16gig is crap. ill sell the 3G iphone if i can. 


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  Reply # 147350 13-Jul-2008 11:50
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is there much of a difference with the 3g iphone?

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