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Topic # 183788 30-Oct-2015 10:01
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I see a forum discussion with the last post nearly a year ago about mobilefun http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=48&topicid=139276 with not many nice things to say about them. Anyone one had any more recent dealings with them? I'm interested because I'm looking at cases for the Nexus 6p and most complaints were around the excessive time it took for shipping.
 

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  Reply # 1416809 30-Oct-2015 10:49
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I used them 6 months or so ago with no issue.

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  Reply # 1416833 30-Oct-2015 11:06
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One of our people bought a couple of cases a few weeks back. They arrived in a reasonable time, about 10 days from memory, I assumed they were dropshipped.

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  Reply # 1416939 30-Oct-2015 12:22
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I've used them once too (a year or more ago) and had no issues with them. The product I ordered wasn't quite released yet (it was a pre-order) but when it was released I received it a few days later (from the UK).

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  Reply # 1417089 30-Oct-2015 15:26
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I found them to be slow, but reliable, and when I did have an issue they sorted it out without any fuss.




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  Reply # 1417769 31-Oct-2015 17:41
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Thanks, that's good enough for me to try them. Not spending much anyway, just a 6p case. Has apparently shipped already. Will provide feedback.

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