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  Reply # 1203457 24-Dec-2014 22:26
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Does anyone know the cheapest place to get a Note 4?

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  Reply # 1203459 24-Dec-2014 22:28
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I would wait till there are more sales for boxing day advertised and then try to get one of the places that does price matching to do that.




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  Reply # 1203468 24-Dec-2014 22:56
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20% off at noelleeming according to their website.

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  Reply # 1203471 24-Dec-2014 23:00
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Cheaper at warehouse stationary actually.

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  Reply # 1203519 25-Dec-2014 06:02
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Jb hifi always have a competitive price.




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Reply # 1205838 30-Dec-2014 00:37
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We've just seen a significant price drop of the Galaxy Note 4 in the UK so hopefully this is a worldwide price adjustment as stocks flow.

Previously consumers were having to commit to a monthly line rental cost of £40+ in order to get a free (no upfront cost) Note 4, however this has dropped this week right down to just £33 a month which also includes unlimited calls and text plus 1GB monthly data.

It seems that more and more retailers are now getting their hands on the model and prices are becoming more competitive - great news! 

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  Reply # 1206057 30-Dec-2014 14:31
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Does anyone know the difference between:

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910F
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910U

The N910F is on sale at JBhifi for $919 and is also sold by Spark but i noticed Vodafone sell the N910U.

Will the N910F still work on Vodafone? Really keen to understand what the exact differences are. Thanks

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  Reply # 1207959 4-Jan-2015 09:38
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Remember when the note 4 was sold at DSE, and there was the promise of the wireless charging stand and back as part of the deal.

Did anyone get theirs?




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  Reply # 1207968 4-Jan-2015 10:49
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richms: Remember when the note 4 was sold at DSE, and there was the promise of the wireless charging stand and back as part of the deal.

Did anyone get theirs?


Yes

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  Reply # 1208075 4-Jan-2015 17:34
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Did you order online or go into a store?




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simon14: Does anyone know the difference between:

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910F
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910U

The N910F is on sale at JBhifi for $919 and is also sold by Spark but i noticed Vodafone sell the N910U.

Will the N910F still work on Vodafone? Really keen to understand what the exact differences are. Thanks


It'll work.

http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_galaxy_note_4-6434.php




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richms: Did you order online or go into a store?


Went into a store. It took quite a while to get it in stock, and when they did they pretty much had none left afterwards.

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  Reply # 1208871 5-Jan-2015 23:21
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Ok, I just remembered that it was promised and I never got anything. I bought a S view wireless back, but the cheapo charging stand I have doesnt like it, cycles on and off all the time so the one that DSE should have given me would be useful.




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  Reply # 1222204 26-Jan-2015 07:20
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30Mb update pulled down for my NZ note 4 this morning...




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  Reply # 1222206 26-Jan-2015 07:22
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Shindig: 30Mb update pulled down for my NZ note 4 this morning...


Any one know where this is saved on the phone?

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