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Topic # 4989 16-Sep-2005 08:54

Does anyone know if Vodafone have any plans to launch the HTC Universal in New Zealand? Being a 3G smartdevice it would fit nicely with Vodafone?

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Reply # 20167 16-Sep-2005 09:00
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Yes, it will be available in New Zealand, and Vodafone has been showing it around. I would say around October...

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  Reply # 20190 16-Sep-2005 17:18

Expansys sold some already, I dunno if they have it on stock at the moment. They sold all very fast.. :)


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Reply # 20236 17-Sep-2005 17:19
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Yes I can't wait to get my hands on one of these

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  Reply # 20246 18-Sep-2005 10:10
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What is HTC guys??

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  Reply # 20249 18-Sep-2005 11:05
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mikey: What is HTC guys??

HTC is a manufacturer of pocket pc phone edition devices. You will often see their products released under another manufacturers or carriers name, but this seems to be happening less, with HTC becoming a mainstream brand name in its own right.

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  Reply # 20351 21-Sep-2005 21:58
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expansys site says 250 odd in stock currently AU$1500

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