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  Reply # 1583493 30-Jun-2016 17:29
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Also if you are going to order one off Noels online then use code MYNL16W10 for $10 off (for click and collect). Or use mysfreedel for $10 off and free delivery.

 

you could then screen shot this and see if WHS will do 5% off that :P

 

 


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  Reply # 1583846 1-Jul-2016 08:25
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To make things easy buy from warehouse stationery on or after 6th July as their special pricing ends on 5th July where as Noel leeming's special price ends on 29th July for this phone,




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Reply # 1584209 1-Jul-2016 16:52
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Noel Leeming will match a competitors price and Warehouse Stationery will beat it.

If you keep playing them off against each other, one of them will pay you to take their phone...

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  Reply # 1584318 1-Jul-2016 18:49
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MrBob: Noel Leeming will match a competitors price and Warehouse Stationery will beat it.

If you keep playing them off against each other, one of them will pay you to take their phone...

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NL will only match the advertised price, which would be the first price, and even then it can be difficult to get them to match the price. They are owned by the same parent company anyway, so no matter who sells it, the parent company will still be getting the sale out of it. Looks to be a nice phone for the price. A Nexus is the only Android phone I would buy these days, due to problems with manufacturers dropping support relatively early for android early in the phones life cycle.


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  Reply # 1584373 1-Jul-2016 20:06
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Anyone bought from these guys before?
http://www.becextech.co.nz/lgnex5xh79032gbblk-p-6121.html

 

I take it you believe the price premium is worth it for big local company and non parallel import?


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  Reply # 1584382 1-Jul-2016 20:29
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cshaun:

Anyone bought from these guys before?
http://www.becextech.co.nz/lgnex5xh79032gbblk-p-6121.html


I take it you believe the price premium is worth it for big local company and non parallel import?


Postage insurance as an option? That's new to me.

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  Reply # 1584901 2-Jul-2016 22:31
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cshaun:

Anyone bought from these guys before?
http://www.becextech.co.nz/lgnex5xh79032gbblk-p-6121.html


I take it you believe the price premium is worth it for big local company and non parallel import?



Sounds dodgy:, http://pricespy.co.nz/forum/index.php?showtopic=2664&st=0

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  Reply # 1584909 2-Jul-2016 22:57
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Buying from NZ gets you CGA protection, which IMO is worth the $60 price premium. Plus buying locally from a NZ owned company, supports NZ economy more.


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  Reply # 1584919 2-Jul-2016 23:23
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cshaun:

 

Anyone bought from these guys before?
http://www.becextech.co.nz/lgnex5xh79032gbblk-p-6121.html

 

I take it you believe the price premium is worth it for big local company and non parallel import?

 

 

 

 

*insert something about touching things and barge poles here*


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  Reply # 1585101 3-Jul-2016 12:56
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My wife has announced she'd like to give up on her windows phone and move to android or ios, but neither of us know anything about what's what anymore (been living in the windows bubble for a while). 

 

Is this a good price for a decent phone? 

 

The bargain of the century?

 

Or just what you pay for something good?


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  Reply # 1585106 3-Jul-2016 13:35
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A big problem with Android manufacturer ecosystem is regular o/s and security updates.

Nexus phones get updates as soon as they are released by Google. Updates are not a problem with Nexus.

This is a solid mid range phone with updates available faster and longer than anyone else.

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  Reply # 1585196 3-Jul-2016 18:39
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Just brought mine from ebay for $350 it's the 16gb version but for me that's fine I don't tend to use many apps

 


http://www.ebay.com/itm/281936408648


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  Reply # 1585239 3-Jul-2016 19:18
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kendo: cheaper on ebay

 

 

 

But will it work in NZ?


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  Reply # 1585293 3-Jul-2016 21:20
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Zippity:

 

kendo: cheaper on ebay

 

 

 

But will it work in NZ?

 

 

 

 

Yes just get the international version (same version they sell in NZ) H791 this supports band 28 LTE as well.


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  Reply # 1585578 4-Jul-2016 13:25
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After a lot of internal debate I have decided that I will wait and see what happens regarding this year's Nexus device(s)


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