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Topic # 4882 5-Sep-2005 13:52
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Does anyone know a imported phone website that NZL pplz can use?

I heard there's one for students

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Reply # 19646 5-Sep-2005 14:07
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  Reply # 19686 5-Sep-2005 19:22
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freitasm: Just have in mind when purchasing parallel imported phones that you might not be able to access all Vodafone live! services.




As freitasm said be aware that they may have unknown network issues..

But here are a couple...

http://www.studentshop.co.nz/special/hotspecial.php (WAY overpriced on the Panasonic VS3!!! thats just ridiculous!)

www.parallelimported.co.nz/

I must say that Studentshop website looks well DODGE!!! Coming soon next to phones that haven't even entered production yet.. in fact there are a few there that the manafacturers may have scrapped!

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  Reply # 19687 5-Sep-2005 19:25
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The banner ad on geekzone.co.nz looks good musthave.co.nz just had a look before

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Reply # 19708 5-Sep-2005 19:59
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I think I will be buying a PSP off there, The prices look good

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Reply # 19712 5-Sep-2005 20:03
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You are talking about musthave.co.nz? Yes, it does look good... He's also a Geekzone user, and might be coming to the Geekzone Dinner Auckland 2005.





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  Reply # 19719 5-Sep-2005 20:17
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Yes talking about musthave.co.nz I need a PSP for when i'm on the bus too and from work. A new toy to play with!!

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Reply # 19720 5-Sep-2005 20:21
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Will find out first if the PSP comes with the standard sony warrenty. (1 year) and then splash out

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  Reply # 19730 5-Sep-2005 22:15
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johnr: Will find out first if the PSP comes with the standard sony warrenty. (1 year) and then splash out


Taken from http://www.musthave.co.nz/PleaseExplain.asp?cid=28&navid=14&PleaseExplainCategoriesID=10

Will my Parallel Imported product have a warranty ?
A:

Yes.

It is true in most instances that the local distributor or NZ branch of the manufacturer will not provide a warranty on parallel imported goods (strange considering that the parallel imported goods and non parallel imported goods were more than likely made in the same overseas factory).

However, in the unlikley event that your parallel imported good is defective, Musthave.co.nz will provide a 6 month warranty to have the product professionaly repaired or replaced if it is unable to be repaired.

Hope that answers your question :)

I think for the extra $24 I'd get the NZ Value pack, with a FULL Sony NZ warranty ;)

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  Reply # 19769 6-Sep-2005 18:39
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www.mobileonline.co.nz is the best...

Cheap as

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  Reply # 19777 6-Sep-2005 21:40
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try this site.
www.phobiax.net
pretty cheap too.

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  Reply # 19781 6-Sep-2005 21:53

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yes yes yes www.phobiax.net <--- the best site in nz i think. i bought a phone off them. within two days after they received my payment a beautiful fone was waiting for me. no compatibility probz wit it. according to my research they are the cheapest in nz at the moment.

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