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  Reply # 622624 10-May-2012 04:07
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www.personaldigital.com.au/p2106/Samsung-i9300-Galaxy-S-III-16GB-(S3)-Unlocked-PRE-ORDER/buy.html#axzz1u3DCV31n

For those interested.

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  Reply # 622627 10-May-2012 07:08
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avecha: www.personaldigital.com.au/p2106/Samsung-i9300-Galaxy-S-III-16GB-(S3)-Unlocked-PRE-ORDER/buy.html#axzz1u3DCV31n

For those interested.


hmm it says H+ avail everywhere and 4g dependant on the market .... i thought H+ and 4g was the same??!! someone please educate

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 622653 10-May-2012 08:38
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avecha: www.personaldigital.com.au/p2106/Samsung-i9300-Galaxy-S-III-16GB-(S3)-Unlocked-PRE-ORDER/buy.html#axzz1u3DCV31n

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hmm it says H+ avail everywhere and 4g dependant on the market .... i thought H+ and 4g was the same??!! someone please educate


In the US market 4G and H+ are the same.  Marketing speak.  In the rest of the world 4G is LTE..   H+ is a subset of 3G..




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  Reply # 622681 10-May-2012 09:14
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avecha: www.personaldigital.com.au/p2106/Samsung-i9300-Galaxy-S-III-16GB-(S3)-Unlocked-PRE-ORDER/buy.html#axzz1u3DCV31n

For those interested.


Its cheaper via clove, you still need to pay GST on top of that, and I'd rather pay GST on $881 than $1011

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  Reply # 622703 10-May-2012 09:39
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hmm it says H+ avail everywhere and 4g dependant on the market .... i thought H+ and 4g was the same??!! someone please educate.


H+ is HSPA+, also known as 3.5G. Not sure of the specific speeds, but is a heck of a lot faster than 3G. My GNote is HSPA+ compatible and it eats through my mobile data insanely fast! Have to monitor my usage when not on wi-fi.

4G gets down speeds of 20MB/s (i think?), which is faster than most of our broadband speeds in NZ!


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  Reply # 622830 10-May-2012 12:33
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Looks like 2Degrees either have their stock or a test phone.

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  Reply # 622840 10-May-2012 12:55
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Adriatica have S3 cases on their website, although they say 30 days so maybe indent.

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  Reply # 622946 10-May-2012 15:57
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kiwitrc: Adriatica have S3 cases on their website, although they say 30 days so maybe indent.


those aren't S3 cases, wrong backing for camera+flash

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  Reply # 622954 10-May-2012 16:03
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Yeah looks like you are right now I compare them

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  Reply # 622988 10-May-2012 16:32
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I see that Telecom has got "Coming Soon" for both the blue  and white SGS3s on their website. No pricing or pre-order yet..




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  Reply # 622993 10-May-2012 16:40

They have them listed in telecom phones as coming soon (still no pricing). Based on the info there it would appear they are getting both colours but only the 16GB version.
Am getting a bit sick of constantly checking for deals on all of the telcos sites so if anyone sees anything please give a heads up.
Will be buying from somewhere as a birthday present to myself, but waiting for local pricing before considering parallel import

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  Reply # 623062 10-May-2012 18:00
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I get the feeling that either none of the Telcos have pricing or they are waiting on each other before releasing pricing info




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  Reply # 623064 10-May-2012 18:02
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lokhor: I get the feeling that either none of the Telcos have pricing or they are waiting on each other before releasing pricing info


I'd say you're absolutely right - it's all academic anyway, until they get their allocations of stock.




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  Reply # 623067 10-May-2012 18:04
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lokhor: I get the feeling that either none of the Telcos have pricing or they are waiting on each other before releasing pricing info


I'd say you're absolutely right - it's all academic anyway, until they get their allocations of stock.


True that. As it stands now I'll probably be getting mine through Clove




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  Reply # 623189 10-May-2012 20:34
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lokhor: I get the feeling that either none of the Telcos have pricing or they are waiting on each other before releasing pricing info


you are right i think every telco is waiting for the other two to release the price so they can decide their price. Question is who does it first? also price at clove is now 416.66 pounds from 429.




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