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Topic # 223932 24-Oct-2017 17:41
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Trying to figure out where I should go. Apple have referred me to 3 places in Wellington that I can go to for a repair.

 

The places are:

 

  • Service Plus
  • OOBE
  • Connect NZ

Which should I pick, and why?





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  Reply # 1888858 24-Oct-2017 17:57
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ServicePlus has always been amazing for me, quick turn around and they have a portal where you can log in and see how your repair is progressing and what it needs done etc.

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  Reply # 1888886 24-Oct-2017 18:38
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Paparangi: ServicePlus has always been amazing for me, quick turn around and they have a portal where you can log in and see how your repair is progressing and what it needs done etc.

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1888940 24-Oct-2017 20:24
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Service plus.

Just be prepared for a typical 5working day turnaround min on everythin




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  Reply # 1888972 24-Oct-2017 21:09
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Paparangi: ServicePlus has always been amazing for me, quick turn around and they have a portal where you can log in and see how your repair is progressing and what it needs done etc.

 

 

 

same here and we use them at work for all our apple service work





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  Reply # 1889028 24-Oct-2017 23:18
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Thank you. Sounds like Service Plus will be the place to go to :)





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