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  Reply # 363548 5-Aug-2010 11:06
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Yay well done mate! When you say you are getting it replaced, do you mean you are getting a brand new beast?:)

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  Reply # 365039 8-Aug-2010 16:46
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Hi guys. Just wondering what to do if there is any hardware issues with the iphone that I just purchased online from apple store. Is there a new zealand repair site or do you always have to send it to australia to get it fixed? In Edies case it was a hairline crack, but does this mean that for any kind of hardware issues we have to pay for postage to australia and labour etc?

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  Reply # 365041 8-Aug-2010 16:48
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Nope you can take it to mobilefone Repairs in NZ.



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  Reply # 365087 8-Aug-2010 19:13
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Yeah got a brand new one!!Yea apple get you to send it to mobilefone repairs. Mine was a hairline crack which was a design fault...but ring apple and see what they say...but dont let them give u the run aroud lol.

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