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  # 237602 21-Jul-2009 17:45
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They are available for sale at Dick Smith's,I was in there today

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  # 237604 21-Jul-2009 17:47
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Brunzy: They are available for sale at Dick Smith's,I was in there today


How much?

 
 
 
 


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  # 237605 21-Jul-2009 17:50
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Just got an email from Apple saying my order has shipped.



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  # 237606 21-Jul-2009 17:50
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i was told east coast of australia

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  # 237609 21-Jul-2009 17:59
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Mine's just shipped as well.

D

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  # 237617 21-Jul-2009 18:18
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Ben2999:
yum9me: Order placed launch day afternoon (Friday 10th).

EDIT: Proof




Lucky you, shouldnt all ours update because they would've shipped them all in at the same time to NZ? Or do they ship when an order is placed? Cause if we can buy things on apple online and it delivers within 24hrs, there must be a warehouse or something that holds them, wouldnt they get a shipment of iPhones to stock?


I think they must have a warehouse here in NZ that in stock items get sent from but if you order something that is out of stock i think they send you one from the factory




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  # 237631 21-Jul-2009 19:05
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  # 237632 21-Jul-2009 19:15
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thefatmould: http://tinyurl.com/iphone3gsdse




Iphone 3gs at dse


Only at powerouse stores though, it is done through vodafone contract




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  # 237634 21-Jul-2009 19:19
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Voda website still shows all models Out of Stock.

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  # 237639 21-Jul-2009 19:47
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I think most places are out of stock now, the fastest way is probably going to be sticking with the apple website




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  # 237650 21-Jul-2009 20:32
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The DSE ones shouldn't be available for sale without a contract. I work at DSE and was unable to buy one. The ones that say they are outright you need to prove you have a pre-existing contract







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  # 237655 21-Jul-2009 20:49
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pebbles: The DSE ones shouldn't be available for sale without a contract. I work at DSE and was unable to buy one. The ones that say they are outright you need to prove you have a pre-existing contract


Do you work at one of the DSE stores that sells them?




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  # 237657 21-Jul-2009 20:49
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Mine's still at "Not Yet Shipped"

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  # 237661 21-Jul-2009 20:56
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I just want it so bad! Haha...
Well i ordered mine last tuesday, so hopefully it gets shipped in the next couple of days...

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  # 237664 21-Jul-2009 21:01
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Mine has just been updated to "Prepared for Shipment", this means that it still hasn't been sent though by the looks of it so it is still 2-3 days away.




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