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Topic # 113072 4-Jan-2013 15:20
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wanting to buy adata usb 3 180/90MBps memory stick from them ...

thing is there are no reviews about them ... anywhere!

apparently website been live since 1989!!! hmm ...

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  Reply # 740178 4-Jan-2013 15:26
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http://pricespy.co.nz/shop.php?f=8507

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  Reply # 740198 4-Jan-2013 17:17
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Gamma Computers have indeed been around for ages. I bought stuff of them in the 90s (not online, in person). They are in Newton Road in Auckland (not far from where ihug used to be (and maybe still are?)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 740199 4-Jan-2013 17:27
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trig42: They are in Newton Road in Auckland (not far from where ihug used to be (and maybe still are?)


ihug, now Vodafone, have long gone from that building - it's been empty since (as I believe)

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  Reply # 740213 4-Jan-2013 17:54
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Gamma are still in the same spot though.. 

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  Reply # 740215 4-Jan-2013 17:54
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The domain was registered in 1997. The business though may have been running since 87, check the companies office. Just because they don't have any reviews doesn't mean anything, maybe they haven't concentrated in online sales in the past, and were just a brick and mortar store.



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  Reply # 740225 4-Jan-2013 18:14
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ok thanks :)

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  Reply # 740245 4-Jan-2013 18:48
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Gamma have been around a very long time, but be wary about ordering online from them, heard many horror stories, things may have changed tho.




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