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2nd July 2014, 11:14 PM   |  #1  
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hi ,i put a new Google wireless charger for the nexus on flea bay and not one bite ,i paid 35 for it was asking 25 plus free postage ,its a shame to leave it in the drawer doing nothing ,where would be the best place to advertise it. thanks
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hi ,i put a new Google wireless charger for the nexus on flea bay and not one bite ,i paid 35 for it was asking 25 plus free postage ,its a shame to leave it in the drawer doing nothing ,where would be the best place to advertise it. thanks

Ebay or Swappa boneyard
3rd July 2014, 01:15 AM   |  #3  
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hi ,i put a new Google wireless charger for the nexus on flea bay and not one bite ,i paid 35 for it was asking 25 plus free postage ,its a shame to leave it in the drawer doing nothing ,where would be the best place to advertise it. thanks

Why don't you use it? Too slow or something?
3rd July 2014, 01:57 AM   |  #4  
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I'm a big Swappa supporter now, bought my N5 and sold my s3 on there. Very easy and no ebay fees, just a flat $10 charge per transaction.
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Those who said swappa I'll agree with. However, I would also suggest Amazon. When shipping and all fees are factored in, I find it's only slightly more costly than swappa. Additionally, there is much more visibility there. If it was me I'd probably post both places. Heck, I'm actually doing that for a couple of phones right now.
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Why don't you use it? Too slow or something?

sold my nexus
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Why don't you use it? Too slow or something?

i live in the UK ,i did try e bay
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I used swappa

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