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Topic # 114641 26-Feb-2013 13:03
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Going to Sydney for a week in March, was wondering if there are any recommended gadgets I should get while over there if they are cheaper?

Any recommendations on SIM card/plan for mainly data for the few days that I am over there to use with an iPhone 4S?

Also, any recommendations on the best/cheapest place to purchase a new mobile phone with a decent camera around NZ$300-NZ$400 while over there?

Cheers guys : )

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  Reply # 770435 26-Feb-2013 13:07
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Optus $2 per day unlimited plans.

Target, Kmart, Harvey Norman, DSE all the usual electrical companies you see here.

Also Crazy John, however they probable do better deals on account etc.

Make sure you get a phone that isn't locked as a heck of a lot of them are locked to the network and you wont be able to use in NZ.




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