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  Reply # 833093 9-Jun-2013 16:28
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Technofreak: There'll probably be an HTC One available very shortly for swap with a 920.


Just a quick question of the HTC One. I've only had a quick look at it in store but it seems to have an interesting interface on the home screen, it seems almost like they are live tiles displaying allsorts of info. Is this correct? DO they function similar to the windows phone live tiles?

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  Reply # 833098 9-Jun-2013 16:42
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Had the S3 and the Nexus 4.

I like this 920 interface way way more!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 833340 10-Jun-2013 08:09
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Anyone know if Noel Leeming / Harvey Norman will price match Expansys / Mobicity?

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  Reply # 833343 10-Jun-2013 08:24
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uluxus: Anyone know if Noel Leeming / Harvey Norman will price match Expansys / Mobicity?


No they won't. It needs to be a local bricks and mortar retailer

They may do it with Parallel Importers as they are a store, probably about the same price since they include GST in their price. But again they may have some fine print that its not the same phone since its not through same distributor etc

Good luck!

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  Reply # 833345 10-Jun-2013 08:25
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Cheers I'll give it a go - also PM'd you to see whether you are still selling those Lumia's you mentioned a couple pages back :)

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 833385 10-Jun-2013 09:42
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How much would you be charging for those lumias?

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  Reply # 833695 10-Jun-2013 18:14
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jamesjc25:
Technofreak: There'll probably be an HTC One available very shortly for swap with a 920.


Just a quick question of the HTC One. I've only had a quick look at it in store but it seems to have an interesting interface on the home screen, it seems almost like they are live tiles displaying allsorts of info. Is this correct? DO they function similar to the windows phone live tiles?


I can't really say as I've not tried out the WP8 Live Tiles and I don't use that home screen on the HTC.




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  Reply # 836567 13-Jun-2013 21:30
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lumia 920 not available for purchase online at telecom, only in store. 925 incoming?

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  Reply # 836574 13-Jun-2013 21:57
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chada398: lumia 920 not available for purchase online at telecom, only in store. 925 incoming?


I think you're on to it! It's a shame if that means the 920 will be completely replaced, it'd be nice to have the choice!

http://twitter.com/TelecomNZ/status/344994456241586176

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  Reply # 837391 15-Jun-2013 21:07
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Pro-tip, if you've flashed a new ROM you may be missing out on Nokia updates.

I flashed unbranded to my 920, and was missing things like Storage Check.

Store had no updates but when I updated this http://www.wpcentral.com/nokia-updates-extras-info-charge-chime with a QR

I had 12 updates available.

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  Reply # 837393 15-Jun-2013 21:11
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did you flash that unbranded ROM to get 4G or ?

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  Reply # 837396 15-Jun-2013 21:23
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For 1314, been out for months and Telecom weren't releasing any update.

And I had nothing better to do last night.

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  Reply # 837398 15-Jun-2013 21:24
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Main reason being apparently 1314 fixed patchy reception problems.

I stream internet radio on the way to work each morning and it black spots in places it shouldn't, i.e. Wairau Road - > Smales Farm in Auckland (on Telecom).

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  Reply # 837399 15-Jun-2013 21:26
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did it fix any problems?

I'm surprised those updates weren't targeted at your openmarket ROM

were any Store updates for any apps coming through at all?

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  Reply # 837408 15-Jun-2013 21:47
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Won't know till Monday when I catch my usual bus :P

Got updates for other apps which was odd, was installing apps etc. from Market but never got anything else until I QR'd the link above.

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