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Topic # 62863 16-Jun-2010 10:22
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An interesting note by others... iPhone 4 sold on the apple websites for the above countries comes unlocked, but with local warranty support only. Still awesome ain't it?

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  Reply # 342254 16-Jun-2010 11:30
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Well, I would rather wait for it to come through to New Zealand to be honest. Not worth the risk of getting it 1-2 months earlier.

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  Reply # 342285 16-Jun-2010 12:22
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UK price for 32GB version unlocked no contract is 599GBP, which is just under $1300 NZD.
499GBP for 16GB version, ~$1060 NZD

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  Reply # 342303 16-Jun-2010 13:35
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PoLiGnAc: An interesting note by others... iPhone 4 sold on the apple websites for the above countries comes unlocked, but with local warranty support only. Still awesome ain't it?


Only if you can get one without having to pay VAT , otherwise you will get slugged at the purchase end, and then again with GST when you import it to NZ.

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  Reply # 342318 16-Jun-2010 14:34
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you can usually get VAT refunded.

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  Reply # 342530 17-Jun-2010 07:09
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wellygary:
PoLiGnAc: An interesting note by others... iPhone 4 sold on the apple websites for the above countries comes unlocked, but with local warranty support only. Still awesome ain't it?


Only if you can get one without having to pay VAT , otherwise you will get slugged at the purchase end, and then again with GST when you import it to NZ.


You would get the VAT refunded.
Open Iphone on the plane/airport and start using it.
Now a used item and dont decalre it when you land in NZ,no GST paid either end ;-)

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