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Topic # 53617 11-Dec-2009 15:09
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I have a Telecom XT C5220 in Blue for sale. It has the usual surface scratches from just being on tables, and in my handbag. No chips or anything and the scratches aren't very noticeable so it looks brand new. I got this in August from my mum but my partner just bought a touch one for Xmas. It has all the original packaging etc, and a head phone set that has never been used. Comes with a disc for PC Sync as well. Has video calling etc. These retail for $199.99. I was hoping to get  $130 for it.

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  Reply # 283434 17-Dec-2009 12:32
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You can buy em for 150 Plus xt sim card atm :S



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  Reply # 283449 17-Dec-2009 14:05
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I was going by the Telecom website and they are $199.99.

That was also posted over a week ago if you looked at the date and things do change during that time. Sorry I don't spend my life on computer checking prices of phones.

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  Reply # 283504 17-Dec-2009 18:47
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Spuddy: I was going by the Telecom website and they are $199.99.

That was also posted over a week ago if you looked at the date and things do change during that time. Sorry I don't spend my life on computer checking prices of phones.



Hey there,


No need to flame :S.


I read it in an advertisement, $150 plus free xt sim.

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