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I bought this beauty the week the AT&T version launched for $529 right from Google (I think it was March or Feb). I have kept the Nexus in a thermoplastic urethane case and when you take off the case, the phone literally looks brand new. Something in that soft touch material keeps it free from little scratches. I bought it because I wanted a traveling superphone but I have never used its unlocked ability because I am too poor to travel anyways. I'm picking up my new puppy next weekend (a 12-week old Blue Longhaired Weimaraner male) and would like some more emergency money for any unexpected vet visits.

I unlocked the bootloader to add custom roms so the warranty is void, plus I think it was only a one year warranty anyways. The phone is running Cyanogenmod 6.1.1 and everything on the phone still works perfectly. The phone does have engraving on the back, but nothing personal. It says "The Truth is heavy, therefore few care to carry it." I have all the original accessories like chargers, headphones, usb cable, and I also bought a second battery for it. I have both the original 4GB microSD and a Sandisk 16GB microSD currently installed. I also have a semi-transparent TPU case for it.

Thing you guys/gals could help me with an asking price without the cost of shipping. In case you didn't notice, I am from Canada so shipping included prices don't work for me. How much less could I charge without offering the 16GB microSD card?







    
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$350
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Nexus One's are about $300-$350 slightly used, you are probably closer to the $350 with the extras.
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