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Topic # 232041 26-Mar-2018 21:55
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I am shopping for a Nokia N9 as a 'curiosity play device'.


Yes I do understand what I will be getting, and not getting.


Any suggestions for a reliable and honest source to buy from?


Occasionally/rarely a well-used example pops up on Trademe.


Pricespy offers a couple of claimed-to-be-NZ-located importers;


Simitronics.co.nz and Bluebirdelectronics.com.


Both list apparently Auckland landline numbers, but no physical addresses.


Has anyone here had dealings with either of those companies?


Or can anyone here recommend any of the HK or China sellers offering N9s on Ebay?


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  Reply # 1983902 27-Mar-2018 00:37
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Here’s a suggestion for you - please be more specific in your thread title.

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eracode: Here’s a suggestion for you - please be more specific in your thread title.

 

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