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Topic # 95971 17-Jan-2012 21:31 Send private message

DealExtreme is now selling the HTC Radar - as usual no shipping. This model is for Vodafone and 2degrees only.

They also have the Nokia Lumia 800, this one for all mobile operators in New Zealand.

Note screenshots show Chinese language...

 




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  Reply # 570176 17-Jan-2012 22:06 Send private message

i wonder if the lumia 800 really is for all networks... or whether they loaded specs incorrectly. seems to be reigning confusion as to whether it comes only in a US and EU variants, or whether there is a quadband wcdma version..




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  Reply # 570181 17-Jan-2012 22:11 Send private message

the Nokia Lumia 800 looks so good!

 

 



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  Reply # 570189 17-Jan-2012 22:25 Send private message

Are the prices shown in NZ dollar? Also is there an option to choose fast DHL/FED-Ex style shipping for extra $$$ besides the free shipping?

GST will be extra on top of this but it's still cheap!!!




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  Reply # 570191 17-Jan-2012 22:29 Send private message

All prices are US$.




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  Reply # 570192 17-Jan-2012 22:33 Send private message

Also is there an option to choose fast DHL/FED-Ex style shipping for extra $$$ besides the free shipping?

GST will be extra on top of this but it's still cheap!!!


EMS is the other shipping option by the looks of things, another $25 USD according to my cart (Not ordering just looking at options).

"While it generally takes 7 to 14 business days for air mail delivery, EMS takes about 3 to 5 business days for most countries (including the US). Please note that processing and packaging time still apply" 

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