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Topic # 151136 15-Aug-2014 09:04

I have a Lumia1020 and have been reading a lot about the new phones Microsoft/Nokia are releasing but looking at the Spark online store they do not seem to have any Windows OS phones at all now?

Is this a sign of the future?

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  Reply # 1108831 15-Aug-2014 09:30
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they have the Lumia 635 or will do very shortly

we can't comment on unannounced future devices

930 here in NZ is exclusive to Vodafone

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  Reply # 1108835 15-Aug-2014 09:35
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Nokia 635's came out on 24/07, not a bad phone but I prefer the 625 still.

Nokia 1020 has a great camera :)

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1108840 15-Aug-2014 09:45

nathan: they have the Lumia 635 or will do very shortly

we can't comment on unannounced future devices

930 here in NZ is exclusive to Vodafone


Thanks I see the 635 now, just did not show up using the Filter so my bad.  Would be good to see some of the higher end phones as well :)

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  Reply # 1108861 15-Aug-2014 10:30
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GeorgeNZ:  Would be good to see some of the higher end phones as well :)


Don't hold your breathe. Telecom/Spark have never been big on having top line Nokia's.  The 920 being an exception.




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  Reply # 1108879 15-Aug-2014 10:53
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Technofreak:
GeorgeNZ:  Would be good to see some of the higher end phones as well :)


Don't hold your breathe. Telecom/Spark have never been big on having top line Nokia's.  The 920 being an exception.


1020?

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  Reply # 1108911 15-Aug-2014 11:22
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nathan:
Technofreak:
GeorgeNZ:  Would be good to see some of the higher end phones as well :)


Don't hold your breathe. Telecom/Spark have never been big on having top line Nokia's.  The 920 being an exception.


1020?


It's not showing on their website as a phone you can get from them.  They passed up plenty in the past.




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  Reply # 1108913 15-Aug-2014 11:23
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Technofreak:
nathan:
Technofreak:
GeorgeNZ:  Would be good to see some of the higher end phones as well :)


Don't hold your breathe. Telecom/Spark have never been big on having top line Nokia's.  The 920 being an exception.


1020?


It's not showing on their website as a phone you can get from them.  They passed up plenty in the past.


They sold the 1020 for quite a while




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