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  #280593 9-Dec-2009 07:33
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maxximuscool: Hey guys how to use paypal without a Credit Card in NZ? is there a way to do it? I want to buy a Screen Protector from USA.


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  #280605 9-Dec-2009 08:08
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I've had my Amazon ship-date delayed till the 14th too :(

 
 
 
 


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  #280610 9-Dec-2009 08:36
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I've had my order delayed as well. Got the following email:

"Hello from Amazon.com.

We're writing about the order you placed on November 22 2009 (Order# *************). Unfortunately, we are unable to ship the item(s) as soon as we expected and need to provide you with a new estimate of when the item(s) may be delivered:"

Looking at my orders page on Amazon it tells me to expect it on the 15th December 2009

I like to think I'm a patient person but my this is testing!


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  #280612 9-Dec-2009 08:51
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I'm sure I wont be the first in NZ, but my new n900 arrives in my hands Sunday, West AKL.....Wooot. !

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  #280613 9-Dec-2009 08:53
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  #280656 9-Dec-2009 11:28
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Bit of a worrying trend going on here...

jabme:

I've had my order delayed as well. Got the following email:

"Hello from Amazon.com.

We're writing about the order you placed on November 22 2009 (Order# *************). Unfortunately, we are unable to ship the item(s) as soon as we expected and need to provide you with a new estimate of when the item(s) may be delivered:"

Looking at my orders page on Amazon it tells me to expect it on the 15th December 2009

I like to think I'm a patient person but my this is testing!

xlevus: I've had my Amazon ship-date delayed till the 14th too :(


maxximuscool: my Amazon order seem to be delaying again. Amazon out of stock. Any order made after the 20th will be delay.. mine is 23rd November bahhhhhhhhh DELAYED again?


My order was placed on December 4th, still states a Dec 10th delivery...fingers crossed.




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  #280661 9-Dec-2009 11:34
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  #280688 9-Dec-2009 11:47
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euanandrews: Bit of a worrying trend going on here...

My order was placed on December 4th, still states a Dec 10th delivery...fingers crossed.
Yeah it's a bit lame.

I'm hoping it's a "Yeah we should be able to do this" instead of a "Lets string em' along".



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  #280769 9-Dec-2009 13:16
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maxximuscool: Don't hold your breath buddy, if November can't get it before the 10th then the December aint getting it either lol. Its the rule, first come first serve by Amazon. So don't hold your breath. Expecting more delay :) I already expecting more delay from them. They are letting NOKIA taking their order shipping. So NOKIA is controlling over their stocks. Which make it impossible to tell when NOKIA decides to let us get it. They won't share their stock if Amazon selling more than they could. Nokia is keeping it for themselves


Wow...sounds like you work for Amazon AND Nokia as you know so much...we should have just come to you for info in the first place, saved us the time.

Take a chill pill young fulla, what will be, will be.

I will laugh my butt off though, if mine is released/shipped on the current stated delivery date, ahead of you...expect some ribbing.




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  #280807 9-Dec-2009 14:06
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I have since recieved another email from Amazon to say that my N900 has been shipped! :)

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  #280810 9-Dec-2009 14:07
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Out of curiosity, when did you place your order?



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  #280823 9-Dec-2009 14:25
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jabme: I have since recieved another email from Amazon to say that my N900 has been shipped! :)

Nice!

So you were told to expect a delay, the 15th, and they now shipped...okey dokey.

When did you place your order?




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  #280824 9-Dec-2009 14:25
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Its arrived at Shipito, they are sending Fedex Int'l priority tomorrow - should have it early next week!




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  #280829 9-Dec-2009 14:39
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yeah when did you order?

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