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  #812489 7-May-2013 08:49
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Krishant007: i called NL up yesterday and asked them about it. They said they had no idea when they would be receiving it, they said it is launching tomorrow indeed. But they asked me to give them a call back around 2pm today to check again.



Just went on Telecom online chat and asked why HTC One still shows coming soon.

Got told there is been slight delay, should be available later this week ...........



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  #812494 7-May-2013 09:04
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I have just read Brad's first Telecomtech review of the One. Sounds promising but I am massively disappointed by the '3 dot menu' issue that blighted the One X last year has re-emerged on the One. Unless there is a way of toggling the hardware button use, as was introduced by firmware update on the HOX?
I must confess, this menu was one of my pet peeves on the HOX when I first got it.




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  #812495 7-May-2013 09:06
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Dingbatt: I have just read Brad's first Telecomtech review of the One. Sounds promising but I am massively disappointed by the '3 dot menu' issue that blighted the One X last year has re-emerged on the One. Unless there is a way of toggling the hardware button use, as was introduced by firmware update on the HOX?
I must confess, this menu was one of my pet peeves on the HOX when I first got it.


ya you are right..but not really HTC's fault...its the app developers not following to Google's best practices..

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  #812497 7-May-2013 09:15
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It doesn't bother me at all.






 

 

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#812500 7-May-2013 09:17
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Phoned Telecom today and they have pushed back the launch....but they dont' know till when....NOT HAPPY!!!

They did tell me it will be outright $999

The wait continues......

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  #812502 7-May-2013 09:21
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Batgirlnz: Phoned Telecom today and they have pushed back the launch....but they dont' know till when....NOT HAPPY!!!

They did tell me it will be outright $999

The wait continues......


Disgrace. Wether its HTC or Telecoms fault, they said the 7th.

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  #812506 7-May-2013 09:27
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yeah, they all liars...

 
 
 
 


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  #812507 7-May-2013 09:28
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The vodafone version is out and I am getting mine in the next 1 hour. You may want to try jb hifi stores too if someone wants the vodafone version.




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  #812508 7-May-2013 09:29
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Krishant007:
Dingbatt: I have just read Brad's first Telecomtech review of the One. Sounds promising but I am massively disappointed by the '3 dot menu' issue that blighted the One X last year has re-emerged on the One. Unless there is a way of toggling the hardware button use, as was introduced by firmware update on the HOX?
I must confess, this menu was one of my pet peeves on the HOX when I first got it.


ya you are right..but not really HTC's fault...its the app developers not following to Google's best practices..


HTC also have some responsibility here too. But over at Xda most expect it to be fixed.

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  #812511 7-May-2013 09:34
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don't panic guys the world is not at an end regardless of what expectations you have. Most of us should know by now that launches very rarely go to plan.




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  #812517 7-May-2013 09:37
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Telecom NZ tweeted "Sory folks, we wont be launching the HTC One today. You'll be the first to know when it will be available. Its not too far away! ^VG"

So they didn't know this yesterday?

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  #812524 7-May-2013 09:44
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I was at JB Queen St, Auck, when they opened at 9.00 am. They had five, I bought their first one. $1,049 pushed down from $1,099 label on the box. I might have got it a bit cheaper if I had walked around town but I was getting sick of all the uncertainty so just bought it. I though it was an OK price.

Have just taken it out of the box and learning how to use it. Next trick is to get all my stuff transferred over from my S2 which I will do at home tonight.




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  #812527 7-May-2013 09:46
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Well Im glad I didnt decide to go to the telecom shop on my way to work this morning!

 

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  #812532 7-May-2013 09:53
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I am just wondering what the hell is the delay all about, they know they are getting this phone over a month ago... what can this delay be due to, they just have to get the delivery, probably install some apps on to the phone and deliver it to the stores...  No wonder they have to get rid of people in Telecom, the people who manage these things are useless, prob the first person that needs to go...

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  #812535 7-May-2013 09:58
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:(


Checked out their Twitter to see if any more info - nup.

Though was this for the guys stressing about the 4g:
"Hi, we will enable 4G in HTC One when our 4G network launches in Oct. Price is lower because we're offering a good deal!"
https://twitter.com/TelecomNZ/status/331526852097216512

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