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Old 10-17-2009, 03:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Lightbulb wts/wtt bn/refurb curve 8310 at&t trade 4new ipbone3Gs

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Item : Brand new/refurb - Blackberry red curve 8310 at&t
Price : $300.00 obo
Currency : paypal or
would trade also for "NEW SEALED" iphone 3Gs
Condition : 10/10
Includes : Everything it would if you went to at&t and bought it for full price.
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Location russellville arkansas 72802
Willing to Ship :usa only
Payment Methods :paypal or trade for brand new iphone 3Gs
Contact : PM me or emal
would trade also for "NEW SEALED" iphone 3Gs
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why so expensive bro? is it made of gold?
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Old 10-18-2009, 03:06 AM   #3 (permalink)
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yeah, Bolds are going for 300 or so, so why in world would anyone pay 300 for a 2 year old phone, new or not.

As far as an iPhone 3GS, good luck with that. No one in their right mind would make that trade unless you're adding about 400 bucks on top.

Most 8310s are going for 100 or less, even in 10/10. you'd be lucky to get 150.

as picolo said, unless it's made out of gold, it won't happen.
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