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#205599 19-Nov-2016 10:55
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I had given up on sending important things to people in third world countries because they always get stolen. Without fail.

 

But that was using normal post office shipping.

 

If say I were sending an iphone as a gift and it really needs to reach, say Malaysia. What method would you use? (I'm hoping there are some people with experience here that can help)





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  #1674086 19-Nov-2016 12:02
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Have you considered DHL?


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  #1674087 19-Nov-2016 12:04
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Malaysia is a third world country?





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  #1674117 19-Nov-2016 12:25
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4th world country then




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  #1674118 19-Nov-2016 12:25
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Just discover this discussion might be moot coz applecare plus doesn't apply there apparently ... It's not an international insurance apparently!




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  #1674236 19-Nov-2016 16:56
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Buy it from the Apple Malaysia store, or have the recipient pick it up.

Post shop offer an international courier option and other options above normal post.

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#1674238 19-Nov-2016 16:58
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joker97: 4th world country then

Did someone have trouble finding a latte? : P.

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