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  Reply # 367247 13-Aug-2010 16:44
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It's kind of ironic that as Telecom NZ is launching the Motorola Milestone (Droid) that Verizon in the US is just releasing Droid2 (Milestone 2) Things move kinda slow down here..

http://www.engadget.com/2010/08/11/verizon-droid-2-sales-begin/




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  Reply # 367249 13-Aug-2010 16:46
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Nothing ironic there really. It's how markets move. We could say the same of Vodafone releasing the Nexus One here when the biggest promoter in the U.S. - Google itself - decided to pull out of selling the device directly...





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  Reply # 367256 13-Aug-2010 17:00
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thats y i buy phone from clove.com
its way cheaper then retail price in nz... and the phones are behind the curve

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universalandroot - root ur phone with 1 simple click
setcpu - turns ur milestone into a REAL smartphone  

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  Reply # 367258 13-Aug-2010 17:02
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dannywii: thats y i buy phone from clove.com
its way cheaper then retail price in nz... and the phones are behind the curve

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recommend 2 app.
universalandroot - root ur phone with 1 simple click
setcpu - turns ur milestone into a REAL smartphone  



Do you mean, clove.co.uk ?

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  Reply # 367266 13-Aug-2010 17:13
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mattRSK:
dannywii: thats y i buy phone from clove.com
its way cheaper then retail price in nz... and the phones are behind the curve

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recommend 2 app.
universalandroot - root ur phone with 1 simple click
setcpu - turns ur milestone into a REAL smartphone  



Do you mean, clove.co.uk ?



yes its gst free and fast delivery i got my xt720 in 2 days 

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  Reply # 367504 14-Aug-2010 11:55
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old3eyes: It's kind of ironic that as Telecom NZ is launching the Motorola Milestone (Droid) that Verizon in the US is just releasing Droid2 (Milestone 2) Things move kinda slow down here..

http://www.engadget.com/2010/08/11/verizon-droid-2-sales-begin/

Droid and Milestone are different... Milestone released 2 months after Droid. But Telecom NZ is 10 months late.

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  Reply # 368654 17-Aug-2010 13:56
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Found another one: it won't handle event invites received via Corp email ... You can't Accept, Decline, Suggest new time.




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  Reply # 394300 21-Oct-2010 10:42
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Another bug: created a new folder in my email account, and the email app won't list the folder, regardless of how many Update/Sync I perform on the device, under accounts and inside the email app itself.

If it wasn't so full of fail in the email department it could be my day-to-day device. As it is, the only thing I really use is the Kindle app.






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