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  # 925513 1-Nov-2013 11:18
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ritzlal: Thanks but how are you accessing the AU Play Store?


I live in Australia




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  # 925516 1-Nov-2013 11:21
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Ah! :) Nice for some :( Haha. Thanks.

 
 
 
 


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  # 925521 1-Nov-2013 11:34
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Anybody knows a good mail forwarder from AU to NZ?
I believe the best option for us is to buy it from AUS.

PS. If you want to use LTE, don't buy from US. Wrong frequencies ....

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  # 925523 1-Nov-2013 11:36
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droopanu: Anybody knows a good mail forwarder from AU to NZ?
I believe the best option for us is to buy it from AUS.

PS. If you want to use LTE, don't buy from US. Wrong frequencies ....


Yes i am thinking it would be better or from the UK but the price over in the UK is just way to high.

Just hope 2degrees brings them out

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  # 925524 1-Nov-2013 11:37
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droopanu: Anybody knows a good mail forwarder from AU to NZ?
I believe the best option for us is to buy it from AUS.

PS. If you want to use LTE, don't buy from US. Wrong frequencies ....


Sorry to keep asking this but how have you/or how are you planning to buy from the AU Play Store? Thanks.

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  # 925525 1-Nov-2013 11:38
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We might get an offer for 800NZD from 2Dregrees, sometime in december :)

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droopanu: Anybody knows a good mail forwarder from AU to NZ?
I believe the best option for us is to buy it from AUS.

PS. If you want to use LTE, don't buy from US. Wrong frequencies ....


Yes i am thinking it would be better or from the UK but the price over in the UK is just way to high.

Just hope 2degrees brings them out



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  # 925529 1-Nov-2013 11:40
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Interestingly they are quoting 300hrs standby time for the Nexus 5 with a 2300mah battery.

My 18 month old S3 with a 2100mah battery says up to 780hrs standby time.

Now I am worried that battery life is gonna suck! (It's barely good enough on the S3)




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  # 925530 1-Nov-2013 11:42
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ajobbins: Interestingly they are quoting 300hrs standby time for the Nexus 5 with a 2300mah battery.

My 18 month old S3 with a 2100mah battery says up to 780hrs standby time.

Now I am worried that battery life is gonna suck! (It's barely good enough on the S3)


Is your S3 LTE?


Also bigger screen than the S3.

I would say the battery life would be around the same as the nexus 4.



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  # 925534 1-Nov-2013 11:44
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droopanu: We might get an offer for 800NZD from 2Dregrees, sometime in december :)



And i would be happy with that :)

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droopanu: We might get an offer for 800NZD from 2Dregrees, sometime in december :)



And i would be happy with that :)


Agreed. Would be a good price, and it would include warranty :)

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  # 925544 1-Nov-2013 11:47
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droopanu:
mrtoken:
droopanu: We might get an offer for 800NZD from 2Dregrees, sometime in december :)



And i would be happy with that :)


Agreed. Would be a good price, and it would include warranty :)


And then just in time for all the sales from noels/warehouse etc



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  # 925545 1-Nov-2013 11:48
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mrtoken:
Is your S3 LTE?


Also bigger screen than the S3.

I would say the battery life would be around the same as the nexus 4.




No LTE. It's a bigger screen yes, but 300 vs 780 is a big difference (getting close to 1/3)




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How much is the 16GB on the Aus store?




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  # 925559 1-Nov-2013 11:49
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At least it appears to be Micro SIM. There was talk of Nano SIM which would have been annoying




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lchiu7: How much is the 16GB on the Aus store?


AU$399




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