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Topic # 113575 21-Jan-2013 11:43
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Does anyone know when you can purchase a Nexus 10 in NZ. 

I really want a 32gb one before I go overseas in April. 

Or else where is a good place to purchase overseas. Tried to get off Google store but need US credit card and Amazon seem to be quite expensive. 

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  Reply # 754358 1-Feb-2013 12:24
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Take a look here: http://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=1518625

It might be cheaper to buy while overseas.

The 16GB model is $750: http://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=1484096

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  Reply # 755389 4-Feb-2013 09:54
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I'm thinking about using a VPN + YouShop to order it, a little worried about it arriving and having issues and being a real pain to replace it. The Nexus 7 seemed too small otherwise I would get that.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 755401 4-Feb-2013 10:04
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Time2303: I'm thinking about using a VPN + YouShop to order it, a little worried about it arriving and having issues and being a real pain to replace it. The Nexus 7 seemed too small otherwise I would get that.


I guess that is part of the issue with buying overseas, something to be said for dealing with service centres in the country you live in.

Two years ago I had to send my HTC Desire back to the UK for repair, it took about two weeks from sending off to coming back - the actual repair time by HTC was done in a day or two - the delay was more the postage to and from the UK.

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