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Does Anyone Want to Trade a Nook Simple Touch for a 3G First Edition?

I missed my oppurtunity to trade in my Nook during the holidays, so I was wondering if there's someone out there who has a Simple Touch and would rather have a Nook with 3G built in. The 3G feature is extremely useful as I'm sure most people are aware, but right now, I need better battery life over convenience. Does anybody want to trade with me?

Please email me @:

if you are interested.

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Re: Does Anyone Want to Trade a Nook Simple Touch for a 3G First Edition?

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There's some advantage to having both (as I do):  Eg, you show up for jury duty, and find that the jury waiting room has no WiFi (some do, some don't).  You buy a book w/ the 3G model and start reading.  Later, when you get to a place that has WiFi, you download the book onto the Touch and continue.


If you sell your 3G model and then later change your mind (as I did), 3G models are sometimes hard to find.  You can often find NSTs on Craigslist in like-new condition for $70 (I found mine for $65, in the box and never registered).


Note that B&N seems to be occasionally discounting Touches (eg, the recent eBay sale, offering refurb Touches for $20 more, on a refurb Nook Color sale for $129).


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