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  • Aussies' old phones are worth big bucks
  • Aussies' old phones are worth big bucks
    Michael Coghlan (2014) ©
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Aussies' old phones are worth big bucks

Aussies are known the world over as an easy-going bunch, kicking back with BBQs and a few beers on the beach. But they're also too laid back to know when they're sitting on big bucks; almost half of smartphone users aren't selling their old handsets, and they're worth more than you might think.

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