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  Reply # 286097 30-Dec-2009 16:36
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I have used a service called Price USA, they are based in Australia, however, they freight to NZ as well. They charge a 5% service fee and service has been good each time. Have a look at their website if interested.

http://www.priceusa.com.au/

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Reply # 286145 30-Dec-2009 18:58
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you could try that if you like or perhaps read the info on their web page 

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  Reply # 286507 2-Jan-2010 13:23
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I used Shipito and they have worked flawlessly. If you compare the price of shipping a Nokia N900 today to NZ from Amazon using Shipito.com and a Nokia N900 purchased off PriceUSA.com you can see who wins...

Shipito

N900 Handset - $825.86
Shipping to Shipito - Free
Shipito Fee - Flatrate - $11.70
Shipping to NZ - $48.49
Total - $886.05 NZD

PriceUSA

N900 Handset - $834.21
Shipping to NZ - $49.42
PriceUSA Fee - 8% - $70.69
Total - $954.32 NZD

Shipito also has more options for shipping, doing your own customs declaration and you get a mailbox in California which you can use multiple times.

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