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I've had this for a while (switched to Verizon a while back) and this has just been sitting around. I figured someone on here may find some use with it.

Included is:

(2) Cingular C1300 cell phones, with Instruction Manual (one works but has a broken screen; I just used it as a battery charger while using the other battery in the working phone)

(1) USB Computer Data Cable with Software

(1) Car Charger

(1) House Charger

(1) Ear piece/microphone cord

Asking $65 $60 shipped

PM me, post here, or email me at patrick.t.smith (at) gatech.edu if you have any questions.

 

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Just a thought. If they don't sell - or until they sell - keep them charged and laying around the house in case you need them to call 911. I have an old deactivated cell phone I keep fully charged in my "back-up place" or "last retreat". If something were to happen and the family couldn't get to the house phone or if there were no power, etc it would be nice to make sure we could at least call 911.
 

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VOLGRAD said:
Just a thought. If they don't sell - or until they sell - keep them charged and laying around the house in case you need them to call 911. I have an old deactivated cell phone I keep fully charged in my "back-up place" or "last retreat". If something were to happen and the family couldn't get to the house phone or if there were no power, etc it would be nice to make sure we could at least call 911.
You can call 911 on just any deactivated cell phone?
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
VOLGRAD said:
Just a thought. If they don't sell - or until they sell - keep them charged and laying around the house in case you need them to call 911. I have an old deactivated cell phone I keep fully charged in my "back-up place" or "last retreat". If something were to happen and the family couldn't get to the house phone or if there were no power, etc it would be nice to make sure we could at least call 911.
You can call 911 on just any deactivated cell phone?
So long as it's charged up and able to connect to a network.
 

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budder said:
Malum Prohibitum said:
VOLGRAD said:
Just a thought. If they don't sell - or until they sell - keep them charged and laying around the house in case you need them to call 911. I have an old deactivated cell phone I keep fully charged in my "back-up place" or "last retreat". If something were to happen and the family couldn't get to the house phone or if there were no power, etc it would be nice to make sure we could at least call 911.
You can call 911 on just any deactivated cell phone?
So long as it's charged up and able to connect to a network.
Aw, I thought I had a lead. Thanks for the free bump.
 

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I may be interested. How hard is it to unlock one of these phones to use on another network? I've got a Nokia POS for T-Mobile and it's falling apart.
 

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gsusnake said:
I may be interested. How hard is it to unlock one of these phones to use on another network? I've got a Nokia POS for T-Mobile and it's falling apart.
Not sure. I'm about to leave for work. I remember reading about unlocking it before. I'll try and remember to look it up later on this evening.
 
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