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# 250879 29-May-2019 19:46
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Selling my partners Nokia 7 Plus, she dropped it and the screen cracked, we have had it repaired but there is a white spot that can only be seen on a white background, see the photos.


There are no scratches or dents on the mobile.


The screen repair has a 6-month warranty on it, you will be provided the invoice stating this. The mobile was purchased from Warehouse Stationery 13 October 2018 so should still have warranty on it, receipt provided.


Comes with all the loose bits, charger, USB-C pwr/data cable, earphones (never used) all in the original box.


The kitten had a little go at the USB-C cable and made a few holes in the thick plastic, the cable itself is fine, see picture.


Looking for $350, will ship to you with tracking, pickup Manurewa, Auckland also possible.


Comes with the basic Nokia case from the box, I can also add a wallet case that has some wear but it's minor, let me know if you want it or not.


Update: Forgot to mention that it does have a full tempered glass screen protector on it...this time..






Model: TA-1055



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  # 2248713 30-May-2019 20:16
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Last bump before going to trade me.

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  # 2257344 13-Jun-2019 12:18
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Sold on Trademe

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