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# 138188 24-Dec-2013 00:10
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For those of us that have or maybe still do work in the mobile phone industry. How would you like the commission on that contract!
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  # 956799 24-Dec-2013 08:45
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Wonder if the Chinese will pay the exorbitant pricing that we do??




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  # 956806 24-Dec-2013 09:08
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old3eyes: Wonder if the Chinese will pay the exorbitant pricing that we do??


Apple sells devices at $US to the market, So what are you expecting iPhone 5s no contract unlocked for $150 Chinese dollars or something?

 
 
 
 


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  # 956808 24-Dec-2013 09:11
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old3eyes: Wonder if the Chinese will pay the exorbitant pricing that we do??


Apple sells devices at $US to the market, So what are you expecting iPhone 5s no contract unlocked for $150 Chinese dollars or something?


No not at all.  Just wondering if by volume of sales they will get a price break..  The west sure as hell doesn't..




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  # 956989 24-Dec-2013 16:26
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For non contract unlocked iPhone 5s 16Gb for sale in China, in fact it is even slightly dearer (RMB5288=NZ$1058) than the NZ retail price of $1049; as for the 64Gb, it's also dearer - RMB6888=NZ$1378 as compared with NZ's retail price of NZ$1349

Above comparison is based on an exchange rate of NZD/RMB = 1:5

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