Selling 3 phones of mine. All are unlocked.
1) Motorola V300
-software has been upgraded to v600
-7/10 condition, has some scratches, mostly along the silver bezel but nothing a new bezel wouldn't fix
-It is a quad band phone, it was originally triband.
-supports mp3 ringtones
-Comes with brand new face plate (installed) and charger.
Asking $110 or best offer.
2) Motorola V180
-software has been upgraded to v220
-9/10 condition, has a new clear faceplate
-is a quad band phone
-Comes with box, charger, manual
Asking $95 or best offer
3) Motorola V60G
-comes with charger only
Asking $60 or best offer
Please do not waste my time. Recently a member contacted me and told me he wanted one of my phones. He lives in Scarborough and I live in Mississauga. We set a meeting place (Fairview mall) and were supposed to meet at 9 pm. At 8:45, he tells me he wants to meet at vic park/401 instead. I refuse since I am already at fairview. At 9, he shows up and takes up half an hour of my time just to come to the conclusion that he doesn't want it. He asks me questions like "Is it stolen?" and "Does it have bluetooth?". He was worried about the condition, so I offered him a free faceplate. At 9:30, he asks me "Will this work for Bell?". This just totally pissed me off. Why would you ask me all these questions now? Wouldn't email or the phone be a better choice? If you can't do some research about the USED product you are going to buy, then you are better off going to futureshop and not messaging me.