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Recondition Blackberry 8700 is available for £59.99 at orange accessories.
Recondition Blackberry 7130g for £49.99 at orange accessories.
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#1
The 7130g has an o2 logo on it? Either a bit strange that orange are selling them reconditioned, or someone's been googling for the pictures.

http://www.orangeaccessories.co.uk/reconditioned_mobile_phone/orange/blackberry/7130g/orapp.html
#2
Are these locked to Orange?
#3
Also interested if they are unlocked or could be easily unlocked and if they are 3G to work on the Three network. I suspect not as I can't see any mention of 3G in the reviews. I'd only be interested in the 7130g
#4
milesy29
The 7130g has an o2 logo on it? Either a bit strange that orange are selling them reconditioned, or someone's been googling for the pictures.

http://www.orangeaccessories.co.uk/reconditioned_mobile_phone/orange/blackberry/7130g/orapp.html


Well, the Orange Accessories shop isn't ran by Orange. It's run by Dextra Solutions Limited on Orange's behalf. Dextra Solutions provide lots and lots of companies with phones as a supplier, and probably have a collection of stock pictures that they can use.

Still, it's a pretty stupid mistake. :-D
#5
It is cheap, and I know someone who wants this sort of thing at the moment, but I have rarely seen such lousy user reviews on any electronic kit before, so won't be passing the info on :-(

http://www.testfreaks.co.uk/mobile-phones/blackberry-7130g/user-reviews/
http://www.yourmobilephonereviews.co.uk/blackberry_7130g_reviews.htm

Has this post been edited, it was linking to the 7130 when I read it, it is now linking to the 8700!!

The 8700 is a good bit better
#6
Looks brilliant but dated...

This is a detailed review..

http://www.trustedreviews.com/mobile-devices/review/2006/06/02/T-Mobile-BlackBerry-8700/p1

cheers

Aj
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#8
Are you able to utilise blackberry push email on a PAYG sim?
#9
I'd say yes... but your data charges on PAYG would be lots..... unless PAYG now have better data deals.

I've just added Blackberry services to my Orange account for £2.50.... I can new have unlimited internet and push e-mails.... well chuffed :-)
#10
Can this be unlocked ?. I am on virgin network.

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