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#119338 28-May-2013 20:26
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Just curious , how did  everyone find this company to deal with ? positives, negatives, no problems with phones brought from them...




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  #827362 28-May-2013 21:29
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I've brought a few products from Expansys over a number of years. Certainly not a big spender with them and haven't brought heaps, but I've had no problems whatsoever.

 
 
 

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  #827367 28-May-2013 21:35
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As for Expansys, I've brought a few things from them over the years and never an issue, and they are still around, so I guess that's a good sign too. 




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  #827493 29-May-2013 08:08
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OMG people. Bought!
B-O-U-G-H-T
And johnr has a point. The subject and OP could be laid out a lot better.

Anyway, had a few mates buy from them, no problems.
Apparently great to deal with if any questions arise.



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  #827499 29-May-2013 08:27
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have bought a phone from them about two years ago, took about a week to be delivered so I think it came from overseas but no problems at all.

And, coincidentally, it was a Windows mobile! 



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  #827511 29-May-2013 08:44
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I have removed a few posts that were completely off topic and asked the user not to do it again.




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  #827518 29-May-2013 08:52
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My 2c: I'm always tempted by deals on Expansys until I get to the shipping options. I find their shipping options way too expensive and you're probably better off ordering from Amazon (via YouShop). Apart from that they have been around a long time and I the people I know who have ordered from them havent had any issues.

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  #827616 29-May-2013 11:31
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many thanks to all that replied.... seems like a good place  to deal with




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  #830616 4-Jun-2013 18:09
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I've bought two phones (HD2/Lumia 800) off them and had no issues. They handled replacement of the Lumia 800 without any dramas.

You have to jump through some hoops like scanning your photo ID for them and you need to work out what the total including possible customs tax is going to cost.

I buy from them if it's something I want to get way before it's going to show up officially in NZ. The Lumia 920 just happened to turn up at Telecom very early so I didn't bother with Expansys this time.
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