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Topic # 119332 28-May-2013 17:17
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A friend has tried to use your Kindle Paperwhite 3G link on your webpage http://www.geekzone.co.nz/kindle.asp to buy a 3G kindle, but they got to the checkout after selecting the NZ version, and it says it doesn't ship to NZ. I tried it myslef, and got the same error. Maybe the link is dead, or maybe they have stopped shipping the 3g ones to NZ?

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  Reply # 827429 28-May-2013 23:18
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I think they have stopped selling the 3G ones to New Zealand. I have sent an email to their support about this.





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  Reply # 827565 29-May-2013 10:14
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I have received a message asking me to contact the chat support. I am talking to someone about this now.




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 827572 29-May-2013 10:35
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Famil: Thank you for bringing this to our notice Mauricio. I checked on our end and found that there is an issue with Kindle Paperwhite shipping to New Zealand. I'll escalate this to our technical team.
Me: Thanks. Should I expect to receive an update on this?
Famil: Sure. I'll send you an email once the issue is resolved.






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  Reply # 838487 18-Jun-2013 08:50
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After some time Amazon tells me this is fixed and they're again shipping Kindle Paperwhite 3G to New Zealand.





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