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  Reply # 967552 15-Jan-2014 14:11
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Wouldn't bother with GPe personally, Moto G virtually stock with very inoffensive additions that add value. Given the alacrity of the 4.4 release for the regular Moto G cannot really see the point of a GPe here at all.




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  Reply # 967722 15-Jan-2014 19:02
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My daughter's phone (from Clove) got it's update to 4.4.2 today

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 968175 16-Jan-2014 14:09
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Apparently going to be available in NZ for $299 from the 21st of January at the usual retailers and 2degrees. Pretty sharp price, minimal markup compared to the usual NZ price gouging.

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  Reply # 968176 16-Jan-2014 14:10
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KevinL: Apparently going to be available in NZ for $299 from the 21st of January at the usual retailers and 2degrees. Pretty sharp price, minimal markup compared to the usual NZ price gouging.


Thanx for the info.  Any links for this??




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  Reply # 968178 16-Jan-2014 14:12

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KevinL: Apparently going to be available in NZ for $299 from the 21st of January at the usual retailers and 2degrees. Pretty sharp price, minimal markup compared to the usual NZ price gouging.


Thanx for the info.  Any links for this??


https://twitter.com/ChrisKeall/status/423618817869086720

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  Reply # 968180 16-Jan-2014 14:14
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That is a spectacular price - should replace pretty much anything else at similar price.

Also the flip cover is great - wife loves it.

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  Reply # 968181 16-Jan-2014 14:16
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Thats a great move by Moto, I hope it sells well, then they might bring us the International X as well.

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Man, awesome it's coming here. Wonder where the 'only WP is worth it at the low end' folks are gonna go crying to now.




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NZtechfreak: Man, awesome it's coming here. Wonder where the 'only WP is worth it at the low end' folks are gonna go crying to now.


Definitely very exciting news. I want to get one as a spare. 




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  Reply # 968227 16-Jan-2014 15:09
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Going to cost me around$270 to land one here, at $299 I wouldn't have bothered bringing one in. Great price if it's true.

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  Reply # 968229 16-Jan-2014 15:12
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Walked into 2Degrees shop...are you getting the moto g in at all? "No, we're not"

Prob just a clueless pleb..

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So is that $299 for the 8GB or 16GB version?  I know which one I'm guessing it'll be...

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  Reply # 968250 16-Jan-2014 15:47
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Confy: So is that $299 for the 8GB or 16GB version?  I know which one I'm guessing it'll be...


Yeah, I am guessing the 8gb version. 
$50 margin profit for the 16gb version is way too low...




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Confy: So is that $299 for the 8GB or 16GB version?  I know which one I'm guessing it'll be...


Yeah, I am guessing the 8gb version. 
$50 margin profit for the 16gb version is way too low...


Pretty sure it won't be costing them $200 USD - that is the retail price in the USA so they would be making more than $50 profit even selling the 16GB for $299




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