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pcruthven

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#7140 22-Mar-2006 15:22
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Does anyone know of a Telecom store in Auckland that *WILL* be able to copy 200+ contacts from the Sanyo 7400 to a Treo 650?

An acquaintance of mine has been to a few Telecom Stores in Auckland they have all said it cant be done.

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  #31296 22-Mar-2006 16:04
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Hi

All Telecom Dealers and Telecom Owned Stores will do this for you. Just look up your closest one.
You will need to take your Treo 650 Sync Cable into the store aswell, as most stores do not have their own one as they are supplied with the phone.

http://www.telecom.co.nz/stores

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  #31297 22-Mar-2006 16:06
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If you are still have trouble finding a store in Auckland todo this for you, take it to the Telecom Retail Store in Botany Downs.

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  #31302 22-Mar-2006 16:20
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Thanks Ben, he didnt give me any specific stores, but I belive they were in the CBD of Auckland.
It may have been that they needed his sync cable.

Could you recomend a good store in Auckland CBD to do this?
He is a bit of a technophobe and was quite fustrated at not been able to do this, so I wanted to get a recomendation of a store (or contact in that store) which would definately do this for him, with out running in to problems again.

If he had been in good old Wellington I would have sorted this for him myself.

Phil :)

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  #31325 22-Mar-2006 19:57
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Hi Again

198 Queen Street, just down from the Whitcoulls store will be fine.

This should be no issue as they have the software for the Treo 650 loaded with their Synapse Phone Book Transfer System.

Let me know how you get on.

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