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Topic # 224186 6-Nov-2017 21:03
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https://www.1-day.co.nz/products/oneplus-3t-4g-64gb-smartphone-4
https://www.1-day.co.nz/products/oneplus-3t-4g-64gb-smartphone-4

 

 

 

Saw this deal come through, guessing it's parallel imported. Have heard good things about this phone, due to deal ending tomorrow wanting opinions on whether it's a good deal? Would you recommend getting through 1-day, or go through an online retailer or even physical store? Wondering if there's any difference warranty wise if there's damage in the future. Feel free to ask questions if I have left anything out.


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  Reply # 1896395 6-Nov-2017 21:14
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It isn't a bad deal but it is parallel imported. I personally wouldn't grab it from 1-day.

 

I do have a OnePlus 3T for sale in like new condition with a few dash charging cables and an extra dash charger for $500 including free delivery? https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=77&topicid=224185 





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  Reply # 1896441 6-Nov-2017 21:58
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It's a great phone but doesn't support LTE Band 28, which if you want 4G in more remote parts of NZ is annoying.

 

But you'll still get 3G speeds etc, so if 4G everywhere doesn't bother you, it's a great phone.  I mean it's still a great phone regardless of that, but just for your consideration.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1896510 7-Nov-2017 06:31
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That's tempting, how come you're selling after 5 months?

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  Reply # 1896517 7-Nov-2017 07:13
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dobrien79: That's tempting, how come you're selling after 5 months?

 

I switch phones often :)





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