[Wts] htc desire HD, motorola defy, Nexus One 2nd, Samsung Nexus S

by Adrie » Fri, 07 Jan 2011 13:43:32 GMT


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-Motorola Defy last stock  1 unit Garansi Motorola Singapore (bisa di bantu
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-Samsung Nexus S 25unit
-Nexus One 2nd lengkap mulus

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Re: [Wts] htc desire HD, motorola defy, Nexus One 2nd, Samsung Nexus S

by Alex Chandra » Fri, 07 Jan 2011 13:57:00 GMT


 woghh.. serem banget Nexus S-nya ada 25 unit.. :D





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Re: [Wts] htc desire HD, motorola defy, Nexus One 2nd, Samsung Nexus S

by riswan christianto » Fri, 07 Jan 2011 14:01:27 GMT


 Mantep jualannya nyot...

NEXUS s euy....



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Re: [Wts] htc desire HD, motorola defy, Nexus One 2nd, Samsung Nexus S

by Renner Chen » Fri, 07 Jan 2011 14:03:21 GMT


 Buset S 25 unit... mantep dah. Tuker mobil deh nyotz #eh :-p

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