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  Reply # 1413938 26-Oct-2015 14:07
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No I did it myself. It confirmed that the Geekzone deal is a very good one with 10% discount.




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  Reply # 1413940 26-Oct-2015 14:12
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robfish: No I did it myself. It confirmed that the Geekzone deal is a very good one with 10% discount.


The Geekzone discounts are based on the Google price so they were always going to be better. The pay monthly deal of $360 off is a steal.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1414108 26-Oct-2015 20:23
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ramboky:
wiseone: I very much want the aluminium one at 128GB.  Full price it is I guess.

You're willing to pay $360 more for aluminium?


Yeah, don't read too much into my username.

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  Reply # 1414109 26-Oct-2015 20:31
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wiseone:
ramboky:
wiseone: I very much want the aluminium one at 128GB.  Full price it is I guess.

You're willing to pay $360 more for aluminium?


Yeah, don't read too much into my username.


Only $134.90 more, or did I miss something?



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  Reply # 1414129 26-Oct-2015 20:52
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Last 12 hours folks - will send this list this Tuesday morning.

No late additions to the list. Currently at 118 names.





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  Reply # 1414140 26-Oct-2015 21:23
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I hope 2degrees and Huawei are able to process this offer smoothly.

I just checked Google store and the status as of 9:22pm:

Aluminium 32GB: Coming Soon
Aluminium 64GB: Available
Aluminium 128GB: Coming Soon

Graphite 32GB: Coming Soon
Graphite 64GB: Available
Graphite 128G: Coming Soon

Frost 32GB: Not on Sale
Frost 64GB: Coming Soon
Frost 128GB: Not available in NZ

Seems like handsets with status 'Coming soon' are selling like pies.

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  Reply # 1414172 26-Oct-2015 22:14
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netsujit: I hope 2degrees and Huawei are able to process this offer smoothly.

I just checked Google store and the status as of 9:22pm:

Aluminium 32GB: Coming Soon
Aluminium 64GB: Available
Aluminium 128GB: Coming Soon

Graphite 32GB: Coming Soon
Graphite 64GB: Available
Graphite 128G: Coming Soon

Frost 32GB: Not on Sale
Frost 64GB: Coming Soon
Frost 128GB: Not available in NZ

Seems like handsets with status 'Coming soon' are selling like pies.


I suspect that the stock in the Google store doesn't include what Huawei and 2D have got. They will likely have their own secure supplies..... I hope

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  Reply # 1414186 26-Oct-2015 22:32
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GoogleGeek88:
I suspect that the stock in the Google store doesn't include what Huawei and 2D have got. They will likely have their own secure supplies..... I hope


I hope so too. Don't want to miss out on early shipments.

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  Reply # 1414197 26-Oct-2015 22:51
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wiseone:
wiseone:
ramboky:
wiseone: I very much want the aluminium one at 128GB.  Full price it is I guess.

You're willing to pay $360 more for aluminium?


Yeah, don't read too much into my username.


Only $134.90 more, or did I miss something?


Only the opening post ;)

 freitasm:
Geekzone members have an exclusive Pre-launch offer that gives them either;

 

  • a 10% discount off the handset for an outright purchase at $1,079.10 (saving $119.90)
  • On a Pay Monthly $39 plan or above with $29 upfront this $1,079.10 would normally be $43.75 per month over 24months, but Geekzone members will also get the launch offer of $10 off per month so for them will be $33.75 per month – overall saving of $359.90 over 24 months. This Offer ends November 1st

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  Reply # 1414199 26-Oct-2015 22:52
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I wonder when my current 2degrees contract ends. 

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  Reply # 1414203 26-Oct-2015 22:57
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merve0o0: I wonder when my current 2degrees contract ends. 


2degrees doesn't do fixed term contracts. At least they haven't for a while. What plan are you on?

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  Reply # 1414212 26-Oct-2015 23:10
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ramboky:
merve0o0: I wonder when my current 2degrees contract ends. 


2degrees doesn't do fixed term contracts. At least they haven't for a while. What plan are you on?


Perhaps they are paying off a phone on contract?

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  Reply # 1414225 26-Oct-2015 23:36
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ramboky:
merve0o0: I wonder when my current 2degrees contract ends. 


2degrees doesn't do fixed term contracts. At least they haven't for a while. What plan are you on?


I'm on the old $69 plan Im on a 2 year plan runs out in January.

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  Reply # 1414253 27-Oct-2015 00:16
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merve0o0:
ramboky:
merve0o0: I wonder when my current 2degrees contract ends. 


2degrees doesn't do fixed term contracts. At least they haven't for a while. What plan are you on?


I'm on the old $69 plan Im on a 2 year plan runs out in January.


That sucks. I thought it was several years since 2degrees retired all their fixed contracts, looks like I was wrong. You could give them a try anyway, I can't imagine the termination fee would be much this close to the end. Especially as you'd just be switching to one of the Pay Monthly plans.



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  Reply # 1414280 27-Oct-2015 07:02
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I am closing this now so I have time to enter the last few ones received overnight.

Thanks everyone!




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