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Topic # 245161 21-Jan-2019 19:55
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Hi all,




Looking to part ways with my Oneplus 5T.






Purchased from - PB Tech (Auckland)


Purchase Date - 29 Jn 2018


Warranty - 2 Years (1 year remaining)


Model - Oneplus 5T (A5010)


RAM - 6Gb


Internal Storage - 64Gb


OxygenOS Version - 5.1.7


Android Version - 8.1.0


Android Security Patch Level - 1 Oct 2018






Overall the phone is in immaculate condition (9/10) Never been dropped and has been in a protective case since day 1.There is a few very minor blemishes on the rear panel where dust and grip has got behind the protective cover and rubbed. Screen protector that came preinstalled has only recently been removed as it was coming away from the phone, no existing scratches to the phones screen. Zero damage to the camera, flash and fingerprint sensor.




Comes with:


All original parts, i.e Box, Charger and cables, documentation, box. Missing is the original TPU case however I do have a brand new case that I will throw in. 




Reason for selling:


I've just very recently upgrading to a Xiaomi Mi Mix 3.




Asking Price:


- $500





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  Reply # 2165723 22-Jan-2019 19:31
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Price Drop. 




New price includes Track and Trace Courier anywhere in NZ.





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  Reply # 2167779 26-Jan-2019 11:18
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Price reduced to $400


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  Reply # 2168943 28-Jan-2019 13:57
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Still for sale?

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  Reply # 2168948 28-Jan-2019 14:04
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You have good taste in whisky.

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Reply # 2168956 28-Jan-2019 14:15
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Still for sale?





Yep, sure is! 

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