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  #2014144 11-May-2018 15:28
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Wonder if we could pay thge difference and upgrade to a 55" model. It does seem like a great deal that would benefit a lot of people.


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  #2014148 11-May-2018 15:36
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I scanned through this thread but couldn't see anyone had provided a definitive answer. According to our internal comms, the TV is a Samsung M5500 Series 5 - UA43M5500ASXNZ

 

I hope that helps.





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  #2014191 11-May-2018 17:32
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networkn:

 

antoniosk:

 

Which means Samsung is overstocked on this model and looking to clear the channel. the real unit price of the tv must be closer to the equivalent of an average phone credit.

 

 

 

wow

 

 

 

 

So? Why do you care? It's still a great deal. If VF or Samsung would do this deal outside of Spark, I'd very seriously consider it. 

 

 

 

 

I'm with you. It's an outstanding deal. I guess there is no pleasing some punters.




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dafman:

 

networkn:

 

antoniosk:

 

Which means Samsung is overstocked on this model and looking to clear the channel. the real unit price of the tv must be closer to the equivalent of an average phone credit.

 

wow

 

So? Why do you care? It's still a great deal. If VF or Samsung would do this deal outside of Spark, I'd very seriously consider it. 

 

I'm with you. It's an outstanding deal. I guess there is no pleasing some punters.

 

I'm waiting for the television to arrive but so far things are going well - Tizen is still being updated (which is the OS used) although there are going to be a new crop of Android TV set top boxes/appliances that will be coming out later this year such as the JBL bar speaker that was shown off that the Google I/O this year.





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