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aarondking

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#2883 3-Dec-2004 23:19
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When is the Sanyo 7400 due to be released to the public, eg when can i go down the store and buy one... Is there any actual set date or are they all 'tenative' release dates?

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cat-mince
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  #10679 3-Dec-2004 23:32
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Monday




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aarondking

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  #10680 3-Dec-2004 23:35
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Awesome!! ima go buy myself one! Can be my early Christmas present!!

 
 
 
 


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  #10686 4-Dec-2004 09:51
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Holdup, I said they arrive on monday i dont know if the stores will have them then. Go down to your local store as they will have more information on when they are being released. They will be able to help you.




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  #10695 4-Dec-2004 11:36
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Probly wont even be released to the public before xmas then...... IT BEST BE!! grr

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  #10699 4-Dec-2004 18:44
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It will be, because I am getting mine on the 8th I think so it should be.

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  #10758 6-Dec-2004 11:26
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Hmmm Its monday is there any word on the 7400? I'm due for my yearly upgrade and keen to see if i can. My usual store isn't sure if its out.

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  #10759 6-Dec-2004 11:36
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Not on the Telecom site yet. You probably will have to wait for a week or so.




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  #10766 6-Dec-2004 19:39
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I ordered one today. I will be video messaging on it tomorrow :-)







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  #10772 6-Dec-2004 20:02
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how much are they?




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  #10776 6-Dec-2004 20:27
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As far as i know they are $499, i will be ordering one as soon as they are available to the public. Please let us know what they are like.

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  #10777 6-Dec-2004 20:43
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Sorry guys. They are $599incl GST unless you are an eligible tier 3 or multiphone customer, then they are $149







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  #10778 6-Dec-2004 20:55
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Okay i'm glad i didn't wait then O_o.




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  #10783 6-Dec-2004 22:42
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WTF!! 600 BUCKS!! TELECOM MUST BE MAD!! I was told it was for 500 haha well theres one less customer.

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  #10784 6-Dec-2004 22:59
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Get a Tx115C instead ^_^




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  #10786 6-Dec-2004 23:13
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I think not i dont even like any other telecom phones. Spose ill just have to pay an extra 100 bucks. IT BETTER BE WORTH IT!

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