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# 38006 22-Jul-2009 21:15
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I guess this is really applicable to all the other old network phones they have too, how long until they run out of stock for them?




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  # 238066 22-Jul-2009 21:30
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you can no longer buy them new from Telecom or dealers, best chance is second hand



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  # 238067 22-Jul-2009 21:31
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don't they still have replacement phones when current ones need to be fixed?




 
 
 
 


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  # 238073 22-Jul-2009 21:46
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dman: don't they still have replacement phones when current ones need to be fixed?


No, if you need to purchase a new phone you will need to choose an XT phone and plan. If you want a non PDA CDMA phone check out DSE etc...

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  # 238128 23-Jul-2009 07:43
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Lol, Just wait for a half decent one at the right price to pop up on TM and pack it away for a rainy day/replacement.

I picked up a fairly mint Okta Touch for $100 a couple of days after XT launched. People are dumping them for stupid money at current. Hell, I sold my Nokia 6275i for significantly more than i paid for the Okta so was a real win win lol

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  # 238149 23-Jul-2009 09:23
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you can get them second hand on trademe for not much money.

I know a couple of Telecom stores (I forget which ones - possibly Lynn Mall) were selling the last few units of CDMA stock that Telecom had in a clearence sale. I have no idea if there are many, or even any, left of the OKTA touch phones.

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