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Topic # 9653 3-Oct-2006 14:25
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Yay looks like the new 700's are very close!  And the day after I sent away my treo 650 because the bluetooth broke(for the second time on two different treos)  hopefully it will brake again so I can get a refund and buy a 700wx

have a look, no treo 650 for you!
https://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/shop/front/0,,204449-201928,00.html?link=hpl


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  Reply # 47408 3-Oct-2006 15:07
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Sorry?

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Reply # 47411 3-Oct-2006 15:11
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Meaning it was about time for this model to find its way out of the catalog, and making way for something new...





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Reply # 47425 3-Oct-2006 17:27
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YES!! - ive been told the Palm Treo 700wx is due out in the coming months, if not sooner

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Reply # 47436 3-Oct-2006 19:15
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The other day Telecom phoned me and offered a free LG NX225 (YHEWWW!) Or a free Treo 650, they must be pushing them as there is some stark difference between those phones.

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Reply # 48219 10-Oct-2006 17:06
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The Plam Treo 650 is now EOL, hence the removal from the Telecom Website.







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