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Topic # 24954 7-Aug-2008 18:48
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Have just had a chat to an overseas contact, who asked me if I knew anything about NZ 3G iPhones ending up in in hong kong!

First I have heard of this! Anyone else heard anything?

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  Reply # 155030 7-Aug-2008 18:51
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Wouldn't surprise me. The fact is unlocked handsets are available in NZ with no contract - many countries only have handsets locked to networks and/or available on contract.




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  Reply # 155038 7-Aug-2008 19:18
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in the OSX forum? Okay *slaps forehead*

What surprises me is that Im told they are selling for about $800US/1200NZ with good margin...

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Reply # 155040 7-Aug-2008 19:36
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Simonm: in the OSX forum? Okay *slaps forehead*


Mac OS X Mobile. For a lack of better name...

But don't hurt yourself.




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  Reply # 155064 7-Aug-2008 21:29
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How are they making good margin though?
There on ebay for $1150 NZ from USD sometimes even less!

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