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Master Geek

Topic # 25750 31-Aug-2008 16:18
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Well.....when we were moving house the other week my phone fell out of my pocket....onto concrete
Everything works sweet but there is a little damage on the rear housing.

Any advice? How can I get it fixed or where can I get the part?
Any way of doing it through vodafone/apple nz? They have to offer some sort of after-sales service?

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  Reply # 162713 7-Sep-2008 08:31
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Any idea at all??

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Reply # 162720 7-Sep-2008 09:15
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Why not ask them?

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  Reply # 162721 7-Sep-2008 09:22
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if you take it back to vodafone, they will send it away to be fixed but they will charge you as its not a fault in the phone.

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  Reply # 162722 7-Sep-2008 09:27
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Apple will fix it for you. They will charge you but you should be able to claim through your house insurance to cover it.

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Master Geek

  Reply # 162913 7-Sep-2008 19:58
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Cheers for the info guys! :)
I'll let you know how I get on!

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