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  • FS: 802.11b Wireless Router(s), Cards, and Gmail Invitations! (Trades Welcome)

    D-Link DWL-900AP+ 802.11b Wireless Access point. This is one of the best 802.11b routers there is. It supports 5 modes (Including CLIENT MODE!! think wet-11) Up to 22 Mbps with AirPlus products, Higher data encryption (64/128/256-bit) $50 shipped.

    Microsoft Wireless Bundle
    MN-500 Router (Great speed rates, no drops ever) 4 port switch onboard
    MN-520 802.11b wireless card
    $50 shipped.

    Email me: hevnsnt at i-hacked.com

    Email takes precedent over pm.

    CC Paypal ok! Open to trades! Looking for a 802.11g pcmcia card.. Other trades considered!

    Thanks
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    I would think that selling invitations is a violation of GMail's terms of use, but I dont specifically find that it is prohibited
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    • #3
      Originally posted by wizardPC
      I would think that selling invitations is a violation of GMail's terms of use, but I dont specifically find that it is prohibited
      Most forums that I use had this **** offered by various people and were deleted by mods
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      • #4
        Whats with all the thread crapping? If you don't like it, then move on.. ?
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        • #5
          Selling G-Mail invites is against the TOS of the G-Mail service.
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          • #6
            gmail gone.. Anyone want the wireless stuff?
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            • #7
              People if you dont like what hes selling then dont buy it. If its illegal why are they being sold on ebay?!

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