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Old February 24th, 2013, 03:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default For Sale : $275 : Samsung Galaxy SII (Boost Mobile)

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..For Sale
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Device/Item(s)
..Samsung Galaxy SII (Boost Mobile)
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Price
..$275
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Shipping Included?
..Yes
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Payment Options
..Paypal, Cash, Trade
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Condition
..Great: Device in great shape and all original included items
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Extra Included Items
..New hard full body case, panda design. Very gently used clean soft clear full body case. Worn black side and back case with kickstand. Two screen protectors. Original 1A output wall charger, with non-original charge/data cable. 2 GB micro-SD card.
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Additional Information/Comments
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Notes on signs of wear. One very small dent above speaker on front top, hardly noticeable, no paint missing. On front upper left, some paint is worn off. This is from the black case included. Not from negligence, just an unexpected consequence of the case.

Note on warranty status. Although phone was in great shape and well taken care of, the capacitive buttons were malfunctioning. The main issue was with the menu button. The phone was sent to Samsung for warranty service. In the report, it showed that the parts in concern were replaced, and the phone passed QA. After warranty service, the warranty term is set to 90 days. The new warranty end date is approximately May 19th, 2013. I thought this would be important to make known.
PLEASE REMEMBER! Just because the phone had an issue and was sent to Samsung for warranty service, does not mean the phone is defective or in poor condition. The issue could very well have been one defective part, or a loose connection. This phone has been babied, and it shows.

Last note. For those wondering, the phone was purchased, by me from Boost Mobile directly, during the last week of October. That means before warranty service, this phone is approximately four months old, but has only been used for three months.




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