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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 242822 15-Nov-2018 18:19
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For an elderly aunt in Dunedin who has not only broken her phone but her knee as well.
She’s currently using an iPhone 5s but the screen has allegedly come off.

Anything from 5s up considered, reliable and with good battery life.

Shipping to a christchurch or Dunedin


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  Reply # 2127487 15-Nov-2018 20:10
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I have an SE which I recently bought from a fellow geek from here,  Which I bought for my wife to use face time but she wasn't interested in I paid $240 at the time.  It has good battery life and is in good condition but can accept a reasonal offer.  But not desperate to sell if not suitable.

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  Reply # 2127637 16-Nov-2018 00:13
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How much storage does that SE have?


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  Reply # 2127648 16-Nov-2018 06:51
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Only 16gb I'm afraid!

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  Reply # 2127652 16-Nov-2018 06:58
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Hi - I have a iPhone 6 in very good condition & great battery life if you are interrested (switched to Android :-).


It's 16GB.

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  Reply # 2127661 16-Nov-2018 07:25
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I have a 64Gb SE also in great condition.
Been in a case almost forever plus we’ve owned it since new.
My wife’s actually still using it but she’s getting my retired 8 in a few days.
Has the box, charger, cable, written materials and the sim remover.
Buds are a bit well used otherwise I’d include them.

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  Reply # 2136252 28-Nov-2018 20:23
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i have an iphone 5S if you are still looking for one

Swype on iOS is detrimental to accurate typing. Apologies in advance.

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