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nokia n95 off t-mobile contract any good to anyone? £70.00

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banned7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months agoFeedback:1 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
this mobile will not send or receive calls? apparently T-mobile says its been lost or stolen, i know it hasnt as I got it from a recycling company, and they received it from a business collection, to me it is no good as I dont have any mobile knowledge to sort it, im told to sell it out of the UK, & EU so that it will work on other world networks, I dont know

worth anything?
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banned7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months agoFeedback:1 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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If this has been lost or stolen, I don't think you are in a legal position to sell it, especially on here.
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andimccann
If this has been lost or stolen, I don't think you are in a legal position to sell it, especially on here.


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andimccann
If this has been lost or stolen, I don't think you are in a legal position to sell it, especially on here.


thats the point it hasnt, it was from a company, an ex contract phone, it is LEGAL, and has not been lost or stolen, T-mobile are talking rubbish,

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apparently T-mobile says its been lost or stolen

As the provider is stating that the phone is lost/stolen then unfortunately it cannot be listed for sale on HUKD.

We would advise you to resolve this matter with T_Mobile first, then to list the phone for sale once T-Mobile have amended it's current status, thanks.
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