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  Reply # 1400980 6-Oct-2015 13:16
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how can we order 6p from US? is there a way to change the store to US or use something similar to YouShop?

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  Reply # 1400981 6-Oct-2015 13:23
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yudumcan: how can we order 6p from US? is there a way to change the store to US or use something similar to YouShop?


Yes there is.

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Didn't actually buy anything so I don't know if they would accept a non US credit card but it's easier enough to check.

And I don't think Google block shipping to freight forwarders so you should be able to use Youshop.  No sales tax going to Oregon but of course duty coming into NZ.





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  Reply # 1400992 6-Oct-2015 13:44
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lchiu7:
yudumcan: how can we order 6p from US? is there a way to change the store to US or use something similar to YouShop?


Yes there is.

Click to see full size

This is using Tunnelbear and Chrome in incognito mode.

Didn't actually buy anything so I don't know if they would accept a non US credit card but it's easier enough to check.

And I don't think Google block shipping to freight forwarders so you should be able to use Youshop.  No sales tax going to Oregon but of course duty coming into NZ.



I totally forgot the incognito mode, thanks for that. So I'll be paying tax even through YouShop? I have a friend in US I might ask her to ship it for me. I assume if she opens the box so it's not brand new? I'm so not paying these ridiculous prices for NZ, I'd rather to go buy an iphone 6s 

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  Reply # 1401126 6-Oct-2015 16:21
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yudumcan:
lchiu7:
yudumcan: how can we order 6p from US? is there a way to change the store to US or use something similar to YouShop?


Yes there is.

Click to see full size

This is using Tunnelbear and Chrome in incognito mode.

Didn't actually buy anything so I don't know if they would accept a non US credit card but it's easier enough to check.

And I don't think Google block shipping to freight forwarders so you should be able to use Youshop.  No sales tax going to Oregon but of course duty coming into NZ.



I totally forgot the incognito mode, thanks for that. So I'll be paying tax even through YouShop? I have a friend in US I might ask her to ship it for me. I assume if she opens the box so it's not brand new? I'm so not paying these ridiculous prices for NZ, I'd rather to go buy an iphone 6s 


If it goes to Youshop there will be no local sales tax as Oregon has no sales tax. But it's likely there will be GST upon entry to New Zealand. If your friend ships then depending on where they live they will have to pay local sales tax. Then of course while you can declare the value as whatever you think it is worth, there is still likely to be GST imposed on entry. Of course with NZ Post YMMV as to whether GST is collected or not.




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  Reply # 1401623 7-Oct-2015 11:12
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Does anyone know whether the phones will actually be physically available on November 2nd, or is it just the date that pre-orders open?

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  Reply # 1401752 7-Oct-2015 14:08
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Any differences between the US models and the ones being released in Kiwiland? My cousin might want to get one but he is thinking of getting it from USA since it is a bit cheaper there.


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  Reply # 1401758 7-Oct-2015 14:19
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Krishant007: Any differences between the US models and the ones being released in Kiwiland? My cousin might want to get one but he is thinking of getting it from USA since it is a bit cheaper there.



LTE bands??




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  Reply # 1401761 7-Oct-2015 14:21
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old3eyes:
Krishant007: Any differences between the US models and the ones being released in Kiwiland? My cousin might want to get one but he is thinking of getting it from USA since it is a bit cheaper there.



LTE bands??


Are they surely different or is NZ getting the same models?

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  Reply # 1401770 7-Oct-2015 14:30
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Krishant007:
old3eyes:
Krishant007: Any differences between the US models and the ones being released in Kiwiland? My cousin might want to get one but he is thinking of getting it from USA since it is a bit cheaper there.



LTE bands??


Are they surely different or is NZ getting the same models?


Details further back in this thread. Short answer yes, they're different. Whether that is an issue for you or not depends as it relates to LTE only. You shouldn't have to dig too far through the thread for details.

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  Reply # 1402691 8-Oct-2015 20:47
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Krishant007: Any differences between the US models and the ones being released in Kiwiland? My cousin might want to get one but he is thinking of getting it from USA since it is a bit cheaper there.



I think you won't be able to get 4G

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  Reply # 1403251 9-Oct-2015 21:03
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Und3f: http://search.warehousestationery.co.nz/search?p=Q&w=Nexus&view=grid&isort=score&sli_sid=VWsdQpULzwMIQsMcJeoCSIWnnxjaoVwf478=




Amazing how they still have a price of $1149.00 for the Nexus 6. Might as well just get it from PBTech or the Google Store direct if you are going to get it from Warehouse Stationary.

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  Reply # 1403252 9-Oct-2015 21:12
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lNomNoml:
Und3f: http://search.warehousestationery.co.nz/search?p=Q&w=Nexus&view=grid&isort=score&sli_sid=VWsdQpULzwMIQsMcJeoCSIWnnxjaoVwf478=




Amazing how they still have a price of $1149.00 for the Nexus 6. Might as well just get it from PBTech or the Google Store direct if you are going to get it from Warehouse Stationary.


And i bet when the other two go from availability "Out of Stock" to "In Stock" the N6 price will drop

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  Reply # 1407346 15-Oct-2015 16:41
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First unboxing of the 6P. Looking sexy 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cv3DhQKral8

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  Reply # 1407428 15-Oct-2015 19:38
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Wow, very nice indeed! With the USD exchange rate improving in the last 2 weeks I am very tempted to buy one from there. A 64gb one would be a pretty good deal for around $900 landed.

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