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  Reply # 53367 23-Nov-2006 13:29
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" Palm, Inc. today announced the availability of the Palm(R) Treo(TM) 700wx smartphone running Windows Mobile 5.0, adding a Palm EvDO product to Telecom New Zealand's product offerings."

availability != availability?

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  Reply # 53441 23-Nov-2006 22:46
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we have been told it's due mid next week or end of Nov, huge demand as well.

If it has the same coverage performance as the 650 then it will be a great hit, the Apache isn't the best handset for reception on the voice network! So a decent windows mobile 5 handset with good coverage, excellent!





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Reply # 54249 30-Nov-2006 00:27
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c.diddy: Does anyone know when this smartphone will be available to consumers?  Any idea on pricing?

Thanks.


How about right now... https://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/shop/front/0,,204449-201928,00.html?productCode=TREO700&action=/mshop_handsetGallery

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  Reply # 54262 30-Nov-2006 07:02
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Ooooh, thanks nzbnw - got a few people at work waiting for this phone.  cheers.Laughing

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  Reply # 54309 30-Nov-2006 16:27
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Can anyone tell me if there's somewhere or way I can get a play with one before actually buying?

somewhere in Auckland. #

I like the phone and the pricing structure is good, I just want to have a go to see if it's really worth upgrading. As my limited uses are quite well met by my 650.


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  Reply # 54436 1-Dec-2006 22:35
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red:

Can anyone tell me if there's somewhere or way I can get a play with one before actually buying?

somewhere in Auckland. #

I like the phone and the pricing structure is good, I just want to have a go to see if it's really worth upgrading. As my limited uses are quite well met by my 650.



Where abouts in auckland are you??

All Telecom Shops and Dealers will be happy to show you the device through.

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  Reply # 54454 2-Dec-2006 00:44
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I'm in south Auckland but work central most of the time.

I've never been able to actually use a working model at shops in this country before. Just had sales rep's telling me what the phone does and answering questions. I want to run through some functions and see how the operating intracacies feel in use. (by the way, excuse my spelling but I'm dependant on spell check since it's inception).


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  Reply # 54482 2-Dec-2006 14:55
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red I have PM'd you. Just let me know which option you prefer so I can let the correct people know.

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