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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 108801 5-Sep-2012 18:53 Send private message

$199 down from $499, looks like they're sold out - for now.

The last time the warehouse was dumping windows phones, they sold out and a few days later more end-of-line stock magically appeared to replace it. Oops! Must have missed that pallet on the top shelf! Of course it's inconceivable that they were playing fast and loose with the fair trading act by withholding advertised product - which could be considered a deliberately misleading bait-and-upsell tactic.




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  Reply # 686352 15-Sep-2012 10:41 Send private message

Despite my moaning, red shed clearance is by far the cheapest way to pick up a WP7 phone that I know of. I think we can be hopeful that the end of line dumping pattern will continue until WP8.

Phones to monitor:

Samsung Omnia W
Nokia Lumia 800
Nokia Lumia 710
Nokia Lumia 610




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