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bongojona

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#119154 22-May-2013 15:20
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Am having difficulty finding a store I can pick up a replacement battery for my Note 1 phone.
I am flying overseas next week and would like to get it this week if possible.

I have seem many sourced online - but they have to be ordered and will not arrive till next week.

Does anyone know of a place I can walk into in the Auckland region to pick up a battery this week ?

I have tried PB Tech, 2degrees, vodafone, Dick Smith, JB Hifi but they only seem to have the current generation batteries if at all.

I have seen them on trademe for very (suspiciously) cheap prices, but as I don't trust using that service I would prefer not to use it.

Am flying to the Pacific Islands btw, so doubt they will have them.

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  #823595 22-May-2013 15:50
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Genuine Samsung battery's are cheap as chips from Samsung New Zealand direct

One for my S3 delivered was $38

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  #823598 22-May-2013 15:55
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I bought the original battery not long ago and then decided to sell my note 1 (didn't use it for more than 2 weeks). If you are keen, PM me and I'll use overnight delivery tomorrow





 
 
 
 


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  #823780 22-May-2013 20:59
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bongojona: Am having difficulty finding a store I can pick up a replacement battery for my Note 1 phone.
I am flying overseas next week and would like to get it this week if possible.

I have seem many sourced online - but they have to be ordered and will not arrive till next week.

Does anyone know of a place I can walk into in the Auckland region to pick up a battery this week ?

I have tried PB Tech, 2degrees, vodafone, Dick Smith, JB Hifi but they only seem to have the current generation batteries if at all.

I have seen them on trademe for very (suspiciously) cheap prices, but as I don't trust using that service I would prefer not to use it.

Am flying to the Pacific Islands btw, so doubt they will have them.


Hey, I will post it tomorrow.

You need to enable to receive messages/PM... I can't send you PM as this was disabled for your account.







bongojona

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  #823981 23-May-2013 10:01
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privacy turned off so should get your PMs now

I will PM my email address as well just in case


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