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Master Geek


#138983 23-Jan-2014 20:54
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Hi All

I have 2 X Samsung S3 32 GB phones here and they are starting to have battery problem which means time to get new ones.
Have look at past forum posting, and suggestion was to get them from adriatica.co.nz
No stock and they do not carry them anymore.

Rather have genuine ones with the NFC chips on it as am using NFC tiles.
Not keen on likes of Trademe/ebay/Amazon

Do anybody have any suggestion where I can buy some please ?

This also comes to another thing that I cannot understand.
Why take the older phone batteries off the shelf when about this time that these older phones needs new battery?
What is the point of listing the newer S4 battery when it is just on the market

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Uber Geek
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  #973171 23-Jan-2014 20:55
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Buy direct from Samsung NZ they are cheap as

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  #973183 23-Jan-2014 21:03
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Samsung is the best place.

I bought a spare battery and charger for my old s4 the day they were available. Not all of us can plug in at work. 

 
 
 
 




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Master Geek


  #973593 24-Jan-2014 14:57
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Ok will try them. Many thanks

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Master Geek


  #973707 24-Jan-2014 17:41

parts@sscnz.co.nz

and ask for a quote for

GH43-03699A Galaxy S3 Inner Battery

Mid way through last year I ordered one and it was around the $50 mark.

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Master Geek


  #973794 24-Jan-2014 20:27

Found my pdf invoice from last year.

24/5/2013

$38.00 Battery
$7.33 Freight
$6.80 GST

$52.13 Total

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  #973957 25-Jan-2014 08:25
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wakaridnnz: Found my pdf invoice from last year.



24/5/2013



$38.00 Battery

$7.33 Freight

$6.80 GST



$52.13 Total


Direct from SamsungNZ was just over $40 delivered for mine

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Master Geek


  #973977 25-Jan-2014 09:55

johnr:
wakaridnnz: Found my pdf invoice from last year.



24/5/2013



$38.00 Battery

$7.33 Freight

$6.80 GST



$52.13 Total


Direct from SamsungNZ was just over $40 delivered for mine


Yep direct from SSCNZ Limited, the salespersons name on the email is SJ Ahn.

Maybe I got ripped! dunno.

 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  #974603 26-Jan-2014 13:13
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Mugen Power




Sorry about my English guys :>

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