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Topic # 53416 10-Dec-2009 16:55
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Hi,

Just wanting to get some feedback from people who have purchased a parallel imported Nokia 5800 in NZ.  Everything I read online says that this phone comes with an 8GB micro SD card included, but it seems that some of the units sold here don't include the card (Expert Infotech have told me that their units have no card included).  So I'd just like to here from 5800 owners here about whether their phones came with cards.

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Andy

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  Reply # 281243 10-Dec-2009 16:56
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Different markets have different in box packages.

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  Reply # 282039 13-Dec-2009 22:00
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Pretty sure the one I saw at Parallel Imported included an 8GB card. Also listed on their website as being included.




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