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Topic # 82189 23-Apr-2011 14:23
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Check it out. :)

http://www.trademe.co.nz/Mobile-phones/Vodafone/iPhone/auction-371146545.htm

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  Reply # 461790 23-Apr-2011 14:30
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For $1350?? OMG!




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  Reply # 461807 23-Apr-2011 15:52
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Lowered. :P

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  Reply # 461815 23-Apr-2011 16:28
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Erm.. Good luck with that :)




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  Reply # 461820 23-Apr-2011 16:47
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Too high still? :P

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  Reply # 461822 23-Apr-2011 17:10
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Isn't the new price at Apple $1123?

Why would the buy now be more than that?

plus you have mucked with it jail breaking it so it isn't as new.

I would suggest a buy now of $900.




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  Reply # 461825 23-Apr-2011 17:33

You can get the 32GB new for that buy now price. And considering a new iPhone is probably months away...

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  Reply # 461832 23-Apr-2011 18:16
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I would say most of your views would be from here after seeing ZollyMonstas first reaction... :D

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  Reply # 461833 23-Apr-2011 18:22
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Seriously, $1250 Buy Now when a brand new one from Apple is $1123?!?!?!




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  Reply # 461838 23-Apr-2011 18:36
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NZ iPhone? or sourced from overseas? Can you supply a receipt so it can be returned incase of warranty?

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  Reply # 461853 23-Apr-2011 19:22
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At that price, I think you're dreaming:-)

But good luck with your auction nevertheless. It's always surprising what people will pay on TradeMe. I won an unwanted iPod Shuffle, and managed to sell it on TradeMe for $10 more than they were retailing for in the shops.

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  Reply # 461865 23-Apr-2011 20:13
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Put it up as a dollar reserve auction.



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  Reply # 461955 24-Apr-2011 13:53
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I know its a bit high.. :P

But need the money for a galaxy s ii.

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  Reply # 461956 24-Apr-2011 14:02
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Super tramp wrote a song for your auction :oP

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  Reply # 462877 27-Apr-2011 09:04
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Way too high. You sell it and someone wants to claim warranty... "sorry its jailbroken, youre on your own".

Restore it back to factory, be happy with maybe $900.




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  Reply # 462883 27-Apr-2011 09:15
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I don't know if you think having it jailbroken adds value to it, but it really doesn't. Like xpd says, restore to factory settings and sell it as new so that the buyer at least knows they have some recourse if it breaks.

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