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#36473 25-Jun-2009 20:22
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So far have only seen expert infotech specifically list a XT network phone, and for reasons I wont be buying from them.

Anyone know of anyone else selling 850MHz phones at all?




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  #228358 25-Jun-2009 20:44
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Didnt even know about them. Perhaps they should look into getting themselves onto google.

Seems to be an ok selection on there so I will see how the finances stack up - tried the 2 telecom handsets and they are just not all that eh... want to stay nokia or possibly give sony ericsson another shot - reluctantly after the T68 and T610 disasters...




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  #228360 25-Jun-2009 20:49
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lol true, he did introduce himself. and I think NZ tech freak have bought a couple off Paul.

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  #228408 25-Jun-2009 23:16
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zocster: phones direct have?


have personally used him in the past, and hes an absolute pleasure to deal with.





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  #228427 26-Jun-2009 03:31
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Yeah, Phones Direct is my current favorite NZ PI to go through for my phone purchases. Recommended.




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  #228797 27-Jun-2009 16:24
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Hi Everyone,

Thanks for the awesome comments, Paul from Phones Direct here. There are more Telecom XT models on their way but it really boils down to sales and quantity. If you look on GSM Arena and see a phone there with American Version, give me a yell and I will see if I can get one for you and the price.

Always happy to help.


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