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Topic # 11599 1-Feb-2007 15:45
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when does the iphone come to new zealand how much will it cost and whos geting one?

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  Reply # 59511 1-Feb-2007 15:47
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Don't know, don't know and I don't want one.


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  Reply # 59512 1-Feb-2007 15:50
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next year at the earliest, it will likely still be 1000 nzd or more, and anyone with 1000 nzd or more to fritter away on it...

I believe this phone is copping flak because its simply so darn stylish.

this topic has been done to death, were you living under a rock, or are you still dreaming of an iphone at night?

not even launched here and I'm over it already... lol




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Reply # 59513 1-Feb-2007 15:53
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any query to the Apple-phone, please direct to Apple. We don't answer on a product that may or may not have a name it legally be bearing.




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  Reply # 59521 1-Feb-2007 16:40
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Seeing as Cingular now AT&T have an exclusive deal with Apple I would say it will be a very long time before we see it here if we ever do.

IMO you would be better going with a Nokia N93 or N95.

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