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Topic # 85810 25-Jun-2011 15:37
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Hi

our van phone has packed up finally just wondered if anyone has a Nokia 5110 they wish to sell

Cheers
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  Reply # 487192 28-Jun-2011 22:38
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Do you specifically need a 5110? I have a few spare older phones to sell.

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  Reply # 487197 28-Jun-2011 22:57
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Must be for the car kit

A Nokia 6110 should fit as well



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  Reply # 487252 29-Jun-2011 08:56
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Yes is for the car kit 

so a 6110 if anyone has one


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  Reply # 487521 29-Jun-2011 17:52
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Aucklands Starship hospital have a phone recycling program they use to raise money. They're more than likely to get some of these devices in their donation drives.... perhaps they might be able to sell you one?

http://www.starship.org.nz/phone




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