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  Reply # 1410496 21-Oct-2015 14:07
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Souza: 

Hey,

Just to confirm the details for the 128 GB model, by the same deal do you mean the same discounts or the same price?

The original deal was (((1199⋅.9)−29)/24)−10 = $33.75 monthly payments for two years. (Plus the $29 upfront)

Would these payments be the same for the 128 GB model (this would be a no brainer) or would we be paying:

(((1349⋅.9)−29)/24)−10 = $39.38 monthly payments for two years. (Plus the $29 upfront)

Either way it's a great deal, just wanting to confirm.




$33.75 is the MRO (monthly repayment option) towards the handset over 24 months term. Don't forget this is applicable only if you opt in for $39/month or higher plan. So, it will be $33.75 + $39 = $72.75/month

I believe it's a great offer. For $39/month you get 1.5GB data, 400 carryover minutes, unlimited text and $33.75 towards an amazing handset. 

This is a really good offer from 2degrees and Huawei and thanks to Geekzone for arranging this.

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  Reply # 1410497 21-Oct-2015 14:07
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freitasm: It's 10% discount for the models. Here are the details for the two models:

 

 

 

 

 

Model
Nexus 6P Graphite/Frost 64GB

 

 

 

RRP
$1,199

 

 

 

OUTRIGHT
$1,079.10

 

 

 

Monthyl plan
$33.75

 

 

 

 

 

Nexus 6P Graphite 128GB

 

 

 

$1,349

 

 

 

$1,214.10

 

 

 

$39.38

 

 

 

 

 



Thanks for that, I'll PM you again with change to 128GB model on monthly plan

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1410502 21-Oct-2015 14:21
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netsujit:
Souza: 

Hey,

Just to confirm the details for the 128 GB model, by the same deal do you mean the same discounts or the same price?

The original deal was (((1199⋅.9)−29)/24)−10 = $33.75 monthly payments for two years. (Plus the $29 upfront)

Would these payments be the same for the 128 GB model (this would be a no brainer) or would we be paying:

(((1349⋅.9)−29)/24)−10 = $39.38 monthly payments for two years. (Plus the $29 upfront)

Either way it's a great deal, just wanting to confirm.




$33.75 is the MRO (monthly repayment option) towards the handset over 24 months term. Don't forget this is applicable only if you opt in for $39/month or higher plan. So, it will be $33.75 + $39 = $72.75/month

I believe it's a great offer. For $39/month you get 1.5GB data, 400 carryover minutes, unlimited text and $33.75 towards an amazing handset. 

This is a really good offer from 2degrees and Huawei and thanks to Geekzone for arranging this.


Yeah thanks for the note, I was aware of that (I'm already on that plan) but it is a pretty significant detail for others to take into account.

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  Reply # 1410517 21-Oct-2015 14:44
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I am so excited about this offer.

I have previously owned a Nexus 4 and 5 and currently own a Nexus 6 and 7 and a Nexus Player.

I have 3 sons who love the hand-me-downs. The latest reviews for the 6P are glowing, some suggesting that it is the best Android phone to date.

Big thanks to all who arranged this.




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  Reply # 1410537 21-Oct-2015 15:35
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Thanks for organising this deal with 2degrees and Huawei. I've ordered the 64GB Graphite version. Such a good deal.

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  Reply # 1410541 21-Oct-2015 15:58
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I take it this isn't a parallel imported model, I.E, will work with all the NZ bands?

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  Reply # 1410543 21-Oct-2015 15:59
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Will it come with any 2d bloatware or is it Google's fresh off the factory software?

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  Reply # 1410551 21-Oct-2015 16:12
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thewanderingv: Will it come with any 2d bloatware or is it Google's fresh off the factory software?


Nexus phones always come stock (unless you're on Verizon). But even if it didn't, you can always flash the Nexus factory image when it becomes available here: https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images?hl=en

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  Reply # 1410556 21-Oct-2015 16:21
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This is an awesome deal, well done to 2D, Huawei and Mauricio for putting this together. If I wasn't holding out for the Blackberry Priv I would totally be in on this - I love my Nexus devices.

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  Reply # 1410570 21-Oct-2015 16:43
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Just wanting to check - there isn't a limit or anything on the number of people who can take this offer? atm just taking my sweet time debating whether it's worth it, would hate to miss out because I'm too slow tongue-out

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  Reply # 1410583 21-Oct-2015 16:58
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I suggest that if you are contemplating this deal you should compare prices and look at some reviews.
Two reviews I read this morning say that the Nexus 6P is as good as our better than the iPhone 6S Plus and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
They both said that it is the best Android phone yet.
I can also recommend stock Android the way Google intend it.




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  Reply # 1410594 21-Oct-2015 17:20
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robfish: I suggest that if you are contemplating this deal you should compare prices and look at some reviews.
Two reviews I read this morning say that the Nexus 6P is as good as our better than the iPhone 6S Plus and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
They both said that it is the best Android phone yet.
I can also recommend stock Android the way Google intend it.


Even the usually Apple-centric Verge have described it as "the best Android phone" and stated "for [the] price there is not a single phone on the market that's better. Not one.".

http://www.theverge.com/2015/10/20/9571535/nexus-6p-review

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  Reply # 1410619 21-Oct-2015 18:00
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Can we confirm the band? Will it cover all 4G bands here voda/spark/2degrees etc





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  Reply # 1410623 21-Oct-2015 18:10
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https://store.google.com/product/nexus_6p

The bands are located in the full specs section. This is the international version of the phone

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  Reply # 1410628 21-Oct-2015 18:25
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nakedmolerat: Can we confirm the band? Will it cover all 4G bands here voda/spark/2degrees etc


yep, it does supports all the 4G bands here

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