RIM Blackberry 8820 (ATT Badged) Price
: $480 Currency
: USD Condition
: 10/10 Includes
: Everything that comes NIB (not black/grey market), blackberry silicon skin. Selling Details Location
: Long Island (Exit 43 off LIE), Grand Central, South Street Seaport Willing to Ship
: Yes, $10 + Insurance Payment Methods
: Cash in person, Paypal (you pay the fees) Contact
or FGAHDEEW over AIM Notes
I've also posted this on craigslist NY, but the following are the details:
I ordered this as a spare company phone, and realized that I wont be needing this anytime soon. This phone is NEW IN BOX, with all of the tape and stickers on the screen, battery etc.
Extra that I ordered with the phone:
-Blackberry Silicon sleeve
I literally received this in the mail yesterday (I can also provide you with the reciept). I charged the battery, put in my existing SIM card to unlock the phone. My company has a very good contract with AT&T, and it only took a simple call to obtain the unlock code from them. The device is mine, this is not a shady deal, I do not sell unlocked phones for a living.
UNLOCKED- Means you can use this phone on almost any SIM card based network around the world. You can travel with this phone, and use a local phone card. You can stay in the US, and switch between ATT and Tmobile. PRICE: $480 FIRM
, or do your research (you can feel free to send me links, I wont be offended), and tell me why I should sell for less.
Things that make this phone expensive if you didn't know already..(generally speaking)
WIFI - You can connect to your home wireless broadband network
GPS - In conjunction with google mobile maps (free), you basically have a portable navigation system
Its a damn Blackberry, so you'll likely be seeing this more often than your family, so you might as well spend some good money on it and enjoy it.
Pictures will be uploaded later (if I dont get too lazy). But imagine a box that you'll get from your local cingular store. This is exactly that. Everything is still in the plastic wrap. I've only powered on to unlock and test out the Wifi.
I live on Long Island, I work around Grand Central, and I regularly (almost daily) go downtown by the Seaport on business. Contact via email (leonardtlwong at yahoo dot com) is MUCH prefered over PM (I don't check here as often as I should)