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  # 465474 4-May-2011 21:51
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Damager: anyone here get the one on trademe?


nope i haven't found it when i searched ?.....thinking of selling my sgs XT network only 2 months old on there thou ..




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  # 465476 4-May-2011 21:54
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cokeman2:
Damager: anyone here get the one on trademe?


nope i haven't found it when i searched ?.....thinking of selling my sgs XT network only 2 months old on there thou ..


http://www.trademe.co.nz/Mobile-phones/Vodafone/Samsung/auction-373954139.htm




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  # 465477 4-May-2011 21:54
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  # 465480 4-May-2011 21:59
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Clove just advised mine is on its way, so looks like they are rolling out the door now.

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  # 465481 4-May-2011 22:02
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Mines on it's way from Clove as well, via Airsure Tracked Mail Cool

Incidentally the HTC Desire S that my partner ordered from Clove via Airsure Tracked Mail arrived yesterday and she wasn't stung GST (just saying).

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  # 465483 4-May-2011 22:03
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only thing i am worried about is the warranty , going to be a hassle returning for repairs or you guys not worried about that




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  # 465486 4-May-2011 22:08
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Oh, just to confirm, mine is on its way also, likely arrive Monday, but outside chance of Saturday I think.




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  # 465487 4-May-2011 22:10
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+ for order being dispatched. No doubt these will all be rolling into the country on the same shipment. Down to the local couriers how quick people get them I guess.

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  # 465491 4-May-2011 22:21
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Im so tempted especially watching you all awaiting your deliveries..... Im feeling confident the gps and camera will be fine..
Now for me its down to whether 4.3 inches is going to be comfortable or not.....
I still think 4 inches is the sweet spot.. but with those specs.. i might have to :)


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  # 465496 4-May-2011 22:27
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Kilack: Im so tempted especially watching you all awaiting your deliveries..... Im feeling confident the gps and camera will be fine..
Now for me its down to whether 4.3 inches is going to be comfortable or not.....
I still think 4 inches is the sweet spot.. but with those specs.. i might have to :)



hahah another undecided here , might as well jump on the bandwagon ...lol







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  # 465531 5-May-2011 00:21
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Have just ordered mine, now the wait begins, hopefully it's not too long!

On another note, which network will these phones work best on?
I haven't currently got a sim with anyone so can go where ever will work the best so opinions please Smile

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  # 465536 5-May-2011 00:53
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nomiss7: Have just ordered mine, now the wait begins, hopefully it's not too long!

On another note, which network will these phones work best on?
I haven't currently got a sim with anyone so can go where ever will work the best so opinions please Smile


You're lucky in that the SGSII is Quad band GSM 850/900/1800/1900 and
Quad band UMTS (3G) 850/900/1900/2100. You can go with any NZ carrier and you should get great results.

I recommend 2Degrees highly for price and service particularly if you're in their data zones. If you're a heavy data user, XT would be my pick for over all performance in most areas.




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  # 465543 5-May-2011 05:53
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cokeman2: only thing i am worried about is the warranty , going to be a hassle returning for repairs or you guys not worried about that


My HTC Desire crapped out twice, first time I returned it to Clove and apart from the freight total of about $90 return and a 5 week wait over all it was fine.

Second time I had a bitch to HTC  and they agreed to service it in Singapore, which you think would be quicker considering I sent it to them from Singapore Airport on my way home 3 weeks ago, but its been repaired for over 2 weeks now and I am still waiting for the idiots to ship it to me.

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  # 465548 5-May-2011 06:37
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NZtechfreak: Phonearena full review proper is up now:


http://www.phonearena.com/reviews/Samsung-Galaxy-S-II-Review_id2728


Read through this thinking they are looking for faults in this review, and then saw them pushing the iPhone and the penny dropped. Then I came to the comments and it seems others are thinking the same.

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