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# 129215 7-Sep-2013 15:49
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HTC Butterfly for sale, purchased it on here from NZTechFreak

Has been a very solid performer. $550 if you can pick up in Auckland CBD

http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=635988340

Quad-Core 1.5GHz, 2GB Ram, 5" 1080p display. Comes boxed with original accessories

http://www.flickr.com/photos/nztechfreak/sets/72157633051456824/with/8577350072/

Photos courtesy of Murray

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  # 891330 7-Sep-2013 15:49
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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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  # 891375 7-Sep-2013 17:22
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Hey mate, wud U accept 400$?
Brand New wth warranty is there fr $569 ex shipping [https://www.becextech.co.nz/mobile-phones-htc-mobile-phones-htc-x920e-butterfly-16gb-white-free-insurance-year-new-zealand-warranty-p-3110.html]

 
 
 
 


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  # 891389 7-Sep-2013 18:12
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GeeekZilla: Hey mate, wud U accept 400$?
Brand New wth warranty is there fr $569 ex shipping [https://www.becextech.co.nz/mobile-phones-htc-mobile-phones-htc-x920e-butterfly-16gb-white-free-insurance-year-new-zealand-warranty-p-3110.html]


You're kidding right? The HTC Butterfly retails for at-least $700 online. I've never heard of this website and wouldn't be so sure trusting it either.

 

registrant_contact_name: Admin Admin

 

registrant_contact_address1: PO BOX 23114

 

registrant_contact_city: Docklands

 

registrant_contact_province: VIC

 

registrant_contact_country: AU (AUSTRALIA)

 

registrant_contact_phone: +61 430568905

 

registrant_contact_email: info@becextech.com.au




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  # 891390 7-Sep-2013 18:14
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Maybe. It's listed in Pricespy.co.nz btw

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  # 891418 7-Sep-2013 19:02
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GeeekZilla: Hey mate, wud U accept 400$?
Brand New wth warranty is there fr $569 ex shipping [https://www.becextech.co.nz/mobile-phones-htc-mobile-phones-htc-x920e-butterfly-16gb-white-free-insurance-year-new-zealand-warranty-p-3110.html]


Sorry can't go that low. If that price is correct it's very good value, it's a great phone

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  # 891576 8-Sep-2013 10:31
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Im nt lying.
This site is listed at pricespy. when u click on the link, the website is having this 0n sale for 569$

 
 
 
 


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  # 891601 8-Sep-2013 11:40
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That site charges $75 for shipping to NZ. Not to mention it's also dodgy as you are bypassing customs by having it under-declared (unless you pay additional 15% + fee to receive your item).

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  # 891636 8-Sep-2013 15:28
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freitasm: Ah... "International" or in other words a drop from somewhere, no warranty, etc...


Not to mention no warranty it'll actually get here...




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  # 891693 8-Sep-2013 16:37
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gee guys he only said that was price ex freight and appears he was right doesn't matter that its dodgy, any how back on topic :)




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  # 895005 12-Sep-2013 23:26
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The bottom flap that covers the charging port has come off at some stage. I realised this might happen eventually, but this is a bit sooner than I expected. 

I've contacted HTC NZ hoping they will be able to do something, but am not holding my breath. 

New price for this: $500

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