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Topic # 116909 13-May-2013 18:34
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Selling so I can try out the i9500.

$870 to a good Geekzone home.




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  Reply # 816938 13-May-2013 18:34
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.




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  Reply # 817023 13-May-2013 21:19
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You are the only person I know of that changes their phones more frequently than me!



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  Reply # 817036 13-May-2013 21:34
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Kopkiwi: You are the only person I know of that changes their phones more frequently than me!


Recently I haven't changed my phone so much as got more :p






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  Reply # 817038 13-May-2013 21:36
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lol. If you're married or have a partner, I assume it annoys them as much as mine?

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  Reply # 817059 13-May-2013 22:10
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I think if you marry someone like NZTF or Me, who is also a gadget freak, you know what you are getting yourself in for and at worst I might attract the odd rolled eyes. At one stage I had 9 smartphones I bought whilst in HK. I played with each one and sold the rest for what I paid for them.




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  Reply # 817076 13-May-2013 22:17
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networkn: I think if you marry someone like NZTF or Me, who is also a gadget freak, you know what you are getting yourself in for and at worst I might attract the odd rolled eyes. At one stage I had 9 smartphones I bought whilst in HK. I played with each one and sold the rest for what I paid for them.


Pretty much this. Between re-sale and YouTube revenue I do fine. I think mine chooses to remain as ignorant as possible about my new phones and such like.




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  Reply # 817257 14-May-2013 10:47
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Have emailed you



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  Reply # 820352 15-May-2013 22:24
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Updated price. A steal folks.




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  Reply # 820564 16-May-2013 11:55
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Its not a steal, FYI: it sells for $909 at Mobicity


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kiwiyan: Its not a steal, FYI: it sells for $909 at Mobicity



NOT the same thing. No local warranty. Likelyhood you could get pinged for Import Duty too.



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  Reply # 820574 16-May-2013 12:13
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kiwiyan: Its not a steal, FYI: it sells for $909 at Mobicity



FYI Freight charges and GST, still a steal. Also, truly local warranty > Mobicity warranty.

Basic fact checking FTW!




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  Reply # 820668 16-May-2013 15:59
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How long ago was it purchased? And do you still have all the packinging etc?

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chavezoi: How long ago was it purchased? And do you still have all the packinging etc?


given they have only been out over a month what does it matter, why the need of the packaging NZTF is a well known trusted member of geekzone




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  Reply # 820677 16-May-2013 16:21
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chavezoi: How long ago was it purchased? And do you still have all the packinging etc?


Purchased on release day, all boxing etc still with me.




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