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Topic # 54254 16-Dec-2009 14:09
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Hi all,
Son has given my wife's Okta Touch a "bath" - have it in hot water cupboard with rice etc to try and save but not looking good.

It's a business phone and has insurance on the plan, what will be the likely replacement?  It's the Windows Mobile piece that was key for her and the touch screen was nice, but I doubt Telecom is going to fork out a WM touchscreen as replacement given that I can only see the TouchPro2 that fulfills that!
Is it likely to request an HTC Snap be provided, or do they have defined equivalents?

Thanks.

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  Reply # 283106 16-Dec-2009 14:20
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depends on who you have your phone insurance with? Does Telecom itself do the insurance for your business phones, or a private company (like AMI/State/Tower etc)?




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  Reply # 283116 16-Dec-2009 15:25
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$800 or replacment of okta touch providing your insurance is with telecom.

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  Reply # 283165 16-Dec-2009 17:57
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I'm sure Telecom will find another OKTA Touch to replace it with.

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  Reply # 283347 17-Dec-2009 09:41
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you have the choice



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  Reply # 283450 17-Dec-2009 14:20
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Thanks muncher12, yeah insurance is the Telecom one.  Didn't realise they still had the old CDMA phones lying around tbh.

So she can spend $800 on a new XT phone then - might be the goer really, move over to new plan

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  Reply # 283533 17-Dec-2009 20:51
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Telecom suppliers still have loads of Okta Touch mobiles. They are $749 I think.

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