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Topic # 29741 17-Jan-2009 12:36
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Apple iphone 3g must be resonable con, prepaid and not unlocked
pm me with details am real keen.
Cheers Nick

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  Reply # 190162 17-Jan-2009 12:57
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prokayaker: Apple iphone 3g must be resonable con, prepaid and not unlocked
pm me with details am real keen.
Cheers Nick


NZ iPhones are unlocked by default after you plug them into itunes from factory default.
Plan or prepaid is not part of the function of the iPhone.. it depends on the sim card you put in it.



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  Reply # 190163 17-Jan-2009 13:00
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yeah thanks for that but when i say unlocked i mean if its form auz, they are easy to unlock though with yell0wsn0w
and wouldnt the imei number tell you if it plan or prepaid? just a thort.

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  Reply # 190166 17-Jan-2009 13:07
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prokayaker: yeah thanks for that but when i say unlocked i mean if its form auz, they are easy to unlock though with yell0wsn0w
and wouldnt the imei number tell you if it plan or prepaid? just a thort.


You mean jailbroken.. but unlocked

the IMEI number is the identification of the iPhone.. which has nothing to do with the plan you are on. It depends on what kind of Sim card you put in it..

Better to just buy one retail from vodafone and you then have the CGA _AND_ a warrenty as I don't think you'll get one much cheaper S/H
Thanks



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  Reply # 190167 17-Jan-2009 13:10
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Yeah thank for your help ill see if anyone wants to sell here on ill check on good old trademe
cheers

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