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Master Geek

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  # 118382 24-Mar-2008 15:46
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I think the argument is more VF firmware vs standard nokia firmware rather than where to actually get the device....

VF firmware has always been slower and buggier on every nokia handset i have tried.....


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  # 118567 25-Mar-2008 15:25
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well, I suppose I will just join add into this thread because its sort of the same question
I can get a hold of either of 2 N95 8GB's. One has been imported from Singapore, and one is brand new from vodafone. Im thnking theyll both be around the same price. The one from singapore doesnt have any carriers branding all over it, which I like, wehreas the vodafone one is probably packed with red and white junk.
Does the one from singapore need any unlocking to work with vodafone live and MMS? Which one should i get? I need to know in 3 hours.
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  # 118570 25-Mar-2008 15:33
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This is by no means a definitive answer, but I don't think anyone here has had trouble with MMS or VLive on debranded handsets.




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Ultimate Geek

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# 118588 25-Mar-2008 16:52


Does not matter which one you will get, you can rebrand them (change the product code) if you want and update them with the latest Nokia N95 firmware. I'd go for the cheaper. Or if they have exactly the same price, then go for the one which you can get faster.




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  # 118606 25-Mar-2008 18:37
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Well, I just brought the brand new imported one (no branding just Nokia). Got it for $875 Incl shipping. (The voda one went past 900). Cant wait for it to get here! Would have it tomorrow if internet banking didnt take timeCry Should get it by Fri

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  # 118702 26-Mar-2008 08:52
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Nice price - any chance you could get more at that price? ;]




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  # 118806 26-Mar-2008 16:38
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Luckily, I got to the auction on trademe that had this buy now price before anyone else did
Now that everyones back from easter break, the auctions are finishing at around 1000$

 
 
 
 


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  # 118901 26-Mar-2008 21:17
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Phew, yes, that is a very nice price!

Out of curiousity, if something goes wrong with it, do you return to the seller or send it overseas or are you able to send to MobileFoneRepair?

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  # 118911 26-Mar-2008 21:31
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The seller has offered a 60 day warranty if anything goes wrong and he will return my money. After that, im on my own

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  # 118955 27-Mar-2008 01:40
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brownbox: The seller has offered a 60 day warranty if anything goes wrong and he will return my money. After that, im on my own


60 days is not enough

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  # 118975 27-Mar-2008 08:08
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Well, if something is wrong with the phone then it will probably be noticed within the first few weeks. However, if it is a problem that develops over time it will be a bit tricky. I'm sure MobileFoneRepair could look at it for a cost. I know I would be wary about sending such a phone overseas, especially when it's worth that much.



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  # 118977 27-Mar-2008 08:44
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ok we got the phone for just over a week now, brought it off trademe.
firmware was the old v11, without rebranding them it allow to be upgraded, unlike the oversea one i got for xmas. everything seem to be the same apart from the theme

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