Also, I heard people who bought Nexus 7's didn't get invoices so maybe I'll be able to declare the Nexus 4's as $280 or so and I'll definitely be able to pass the fee :)
northover: Leaplae how did yiou do this. I tried many times with 3 diff cc's Visa credit visa debit and AMEX and all came back with techinical error NO SALE.
I made sure the billing address was my mail forwarding address was the USA address.
I had a phone in my cart two times to no avail.
I rang Google support who told me that they do not sell to NZ and the cc must originate from USA.
Very frustrating indeed.
I too would like to know how else to achieve this. USA credit card ?amazon credit card
Any ideas from anyone would be much appreciated
Steve113: Farrrk! thats soo cheap. Can you please buy me one (16GB) and i will happily pay you.
Anyone knows how the warranty works with the Google Play (US)?
Oncop53: I don't know if you have seen this Google+ post yet:
Essentially it says they may be more US stock by the weekend, but 2 or 3 weeks for more stock for the UK and Australia (he guesses).
He also mentions cases of fraud found with the orders, I hope this doesn't cover those of you who ordered with non US credit cards, because I think that is my only hope now since Australia has sold out.
blair003: Why haven't we seen any numbers on how many have been sold (or have I just not looked hard enough?)
I don't know if this is a huge success or if they just didn't make enough in the initial batch?
blair003: Hmm, I just tried to purchase a nexus 10 on the play store using tunnelbear and I get an error after I select my address and payment method and click buy. The error says:
"Uh oh. There was a problem.
We couldn't complete your purchase because of a technical issue
Details of the problem below:
Sorry, we were unable to process this request. The order has been automatically cancelled and you will not be charged for the purchase. Please try again later."
I wonder if they are cracking down on tunnelbear and/or shipito or if its unrelated.
blair003: No - is that a requirement now?
(or was it always a requirement?)