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My battery has died on fairly new OSD, and Orange refuse to do anything about it.
 
Has anyone got a battery from their now defunct OSD that I could have, would be really really grateful.
 
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bump, anyone?  :)

 

or does anyone know of anywhere I can buy one?


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bump, anyone? :)

or does anyone know of anywhere I can buy one?

You can try eBay or Gumtree but here's one for £7.50
http://www.modaco.co...s-after-a-year/
(thanks to BlueMoonRising)

Edited by Raihan42, 31 October 2013 - 07:58 PM.

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looked on ebay, thanks for the link. wonder if anyone has tried that seller...


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looked on ebay, thanks for the link. wonder if anyone has tried that seller...

That was from January and although I can't remember what it looked like then I certainly wouldn't be putting my payment details into it now. It claims to be 100% secure but should the lock icon not appear in the address bar?

I had a look on Gumtree and there's nothing useful, the only possibility on Ebay is one being sold for spares(presuming the battery is OK) for £20 incl. postage. Whether thats worth it to you personally or put the money towards a new phone only you can decide. Good luck with it.


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That was from January and although I can't remember what it looked like then I certainly wouldn't be putting my payment details into it now. It claims to be 100% secure but should the lock icon not appear in the address bar?

I had a look on Gumtree and there's nothing useful, the only possibility on Ebay is one being sold for spares(presuming the battery is OK) for £20 incl. postage. Whether thats worth it to you personally or put the money towards a new phone only you can decide. Good luck with it.

 

when you get to the actual payment pg it is over SSL, cant say the site inspires me with too much confidence, looks rather like the kind of site frontpage created in 80's  ;)


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