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looking for an "old" Android phone

From: Arjen L.
Sent on: Tuesday, August 21, 2012 1:41 PM
Hi all

curious to use this list, possibly, but I've asked elsewhere and I figure that the crowd here might be the kind of people who have old Androids lying around...

My Android (HTC Incredible S) has a faulty touch sensor sheet on its LCD; it's covered under warranty but I'll not have my phone for 1-3 weeks. The loan phone I can get would be a simple Nokia, not an Android smartphone. And that doesn't work because I need my calendar and other simple things like my large address book.

So, if any one of you has a working Android phone that they don't need for a few weeks, please drop me a line? If it's network locked, I have an Optus SIM.
many thanks

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