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  Reply # 1146466 3-Oct-2014 11:48
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Anyone else still waiting for deliverys?
No update/change to my order, it's still sitting in the tnt location in town

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  Reply # 1146484 3-Oct-2014 11:55
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Anyone else in Auckland received? Been waiting hours but still no van...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1146485 3-Oct-2014 11:59
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Yup I received at about 9.30am on the North Shore

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  Reply # 1146486 3-Oct-2014 12:00
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Still waiting here in Chch. Wonder if it is going to deliver today..





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  Reply # 1146490 3-Oct-2014 12:08
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matt188: Still waiting here in Chch. Wonder if it is going to deliver today..






I'm in Christchurch and mine was delivered at 8:22am




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  Reply # 1146507 3-Oct-2014 12:09
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Mine has updated that has been delivered to an NZC depot. Not hopeful.


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  Reply # 1146508 3-Oct-2014 12:09
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I think its more like 4 days from text message to receiving. Because the forum time-stamps are a bit behind my clock?
Based on this, Tuesday would be the likely day for those that got the text notification this morning.

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  Reply # 1146542 3-Oct-2014 12:35
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They say anytime before 5pm to me now ... 

No way I can look out the window for another 5 hours so pretty much guarantee I'll miss it now. Sigh.

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  Reply # 1146551 3-Oct-2014 12:37
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I received the email saying it had shipped on Wednesday morning at 4:56. Received the phone just before 8 this morning. Gotta say I'm thoroughly impressed with the delivery (and the phone!)

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  Reply # 1146553 3-Oct-2014 12:41
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Mine is finally out for delivery!!
Wahoo.

Cue me sitting at the window waiting for it now

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  Reply # 1146556 3-Oct-2014 12:47
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kiwipoet22: Mine is finally out for delivery!!
Wahoo.

Cue me sitting at the window waiting for it now


Mine too :) time to start backing up into iTunes.

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  Reply # 1146582 3-Oct-2014 13:18
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I got mine this morning.

I ordered 2 x iPhone 64GB Space Grey, and initially had a moment of shock when only one was delivered, even though the packing slip clearly said there were two. After a call to TNT, they found it was package 1 of 2, and the second was delivered shortly after. Phew...

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  Reply # 1146583 3-Oct-2014 13:23
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Auckland CBD still waiting for mine.

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  Reply # 1146588 3-Oct-2014 13:27
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Wellington CBD, out for delivery at 8:30am still waiting.

TNT tracker has been a bit slow to update for me, but I'll get a notification from the mail room if it arrives.

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  Reply # 1146606 3-Oct-2014 13:41
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chrisguitar: Yup I received at about 9.30am on the North Shore


Same here.

Protip: If you use Google multi-factor authentication remember to migrate your 2FA items before you wipe your old phone. I didn't, and managed to recover from it fairly easily but it's much easier to not have to rely on secondary methods (e.g. text message/offline codes, etc.)




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