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Topic # 66340 17-Aug-2010 13:14
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any ideas?

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  Reply # 368630 17-Aug-2010 13:22
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I think you'll be hard pressed to find anyone on here who can give you a definitive answer. Best bet is to just keep ringing the Vodafone stores or order from Apple if you can afford it.

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  Reply # 368778 17-Aug-2010 17:14
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I picked up a 32gb iphone4 today from First Mobile in Westcity.

You need to use the Vodafone website. Under Iphone4 it tells you what stores have been delivered stock. Then just ring those stores



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  Reply # 368805 17-Aug-2010 17:55
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Workmate has been trying to track one down for a few days, no luck or gets given BS info. Hes on a waiting list with the local store...#50.

He actually got a txt survey from Vfone asking how the service was when he called about the Iphone 4 - he gave poor ratings and they actually called him today...dont know what happened though but he didnt go rushing out the door :)

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  Reply # 370030 19-Aug-2010 21:53
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a friend bought one today in auckland but i havent seem him to ask where...

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