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Topic # 64907 25-Jul-2010 12:37
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So Apple has started giving refunds for bumpers and giving away a certain selection of cases and the bumper for the iPhone 4. Does anyone know how this is going to work in NZ?

Also related: is the 30 day refund period applicable in NZ? What happens if you have signed up to a contract with vodafone?

Don't suppose anyone has heard anything on this?

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  Reply # 356057 25-Jul-2010 13:45
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Well considering we don't even have the price of the actual thing, I think free cases/refunds are probably the bottom of the list atm.

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  Reply # 356059 25-Jul-2010 13:49
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