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Topic # 215059 10-Jun-2017 14:52
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I am quite keen to get one, I was eyeing up the iPad Pro 9.7 at Spark, but now the 10.5 is out I wanted to know if Spark will be carrying these.  And if so, when?


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  Reply # 1797767 10-Jun-2017 17:19
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Why do you want to wait for Spark to carry the IPad? You can buy the IPad from Apple online store directly and then go to Spark and buy a Data Sim Card from them. Job done.


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  Reply # 1797775 10-Jun-2017 17:35
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smalltrader:

Why do you want to wait for Spark to carry the IPad? You can buy the IPad from Apple online store directly and then go to Spark and buy a Data Sim Card from them. Job done.


Plans. Plans. Plans. : ).

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1797779 10-Jun-2017 18:06
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Interest free?


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  Reply # 1797790 10-Jun-2017 18:23
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timbosan:

I am quite keen to get one, I was eyeing up the iPad Pro 9.7 at Spark, but now the 10.5 is out I wanted to know if Spark will be carrying these.  And if so, when?


Harvey Norman will have them in store on Tuesday. I would think other retail outlets would be the same. I'm no expert,I could be wrong.



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  Reply # 1797820 10-Jun-2017 20:45
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To answer the "why" - its both the plans and the fact its interest free.  iPads's are expensive now, the 10.5 starts at $1099.  the 512GB 4G version is $1799NZD so not small change.  Add a case or keyboard and Pencil are your at $2000.

@3puttssuck - thanks, I didn't know there would be in store what quick, gives me a chance to physically see what and compare the size to my old iPad Air.


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  Reply # 1798777 12-Jun-2017 18:51
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Which still does not answer the question when spark/telecom is going to stock the new iPad 2 iPads in the 12.9 / 10.5 sizes that use the new fusion 10x chip and offer 512GB storage.

And yes interest free / data plan is the reason for wanting to go with spark.

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  Reply # 1798849 12-Jun-2017 19:34
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nitebeatdisco: Which still does not answer the question when spark/telecom is going to stock the new iPad 2 iPads in the 12.9 / 10.5 sizes that use the new fusion 10x chip and offer 512GB storage.

And yes interest free / data plan is the reason for wanting to go with spark.

 

Harvey Norman website is offering 26 months Interest Free on iPads. Offer ends tonight at Midnight. Go on there and pre-order it and get instore pick up tomorrow. Will that work ?


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  Reply # 1798960 12-Jun-2017 21:20
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HN charge setup and annual fee for interest free payments but Spark doesn't - that'll be why


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  Reply # 1798993 12-Jun-2017 21:38
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I am quite keen to get one, I was eyeing up the iPad Pro 9.7 at Spark, but now the 10.5 is out I wanted to know if Spark will be carrying these.  And if so, when?

 

 

if spark get them it will be the same time as every other retailer
knowing apples history with ipad launches that will be some time in the next century.
to give you a example new macbook arrived the day after launch :) in vast numbers!
the ipad pro gen 1; we had issues getting them throughout the entire life cycle :(





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  Reply # 1799010 12-Jun-2017 23:43
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Well Harvey Norman and Noel leeming both have them on their websites for preorder but not a word from spark.

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  Reply # 1799868 14-Jun-2017 10:28
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Sparks website was down last night and under business tablets the new iPad pros 2017 are featured and are to be available this Friday the 16th ??

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