If anybody's up for a bit of a fight this weekend and wants a new phone then stop by your local HN. If you complain to the commerce commission I'm sure you'll get your phone for $699! :-)
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Comment by paradoxsm, on 13-Oct-2007 13:22
I Never shop at harvey norman unless it's to screw them down on their false advertising which they do all to often, I have gotten some amazing balow cost bargains before!
Comment by TomAckroyd, on 15-Oct-2007 08:46
I bought a video camera at HN Tory Street on Friday. Panasonic's website had the RRP at $899. HN were selling it for $1099! When I mentioned the RRP to the salesman, he immediately offered it to me for $899. I accepted.
Comment by A HN Employee, on 15-Oct-2007 15:42
Whats the point of getting the N95 in NZ anyway? There isnt any good working GPS applications for it. The inbuilt Nokia Maps have a NZ map - without Street names! (except the major roads). $300 is off RRP BTW - there is no illegal advertising. So dont know where you can complain to in that!
Comment by mobygeek, on 15-Oct-2007 16:12
You'll be pleased to know Harvey Norman has the same great service in Australia.
Comment by kelsi, on 30-Apr-2008 22:10
you have got to be f###ing joking. dude harvey norman have no control on the avertising though vodafone or telecom, plus the rep of the company come round and change the price's, so harvey norman could have been the last place the went to there fore every one else's price had dropped before harvey norman. and 300 had been dropped in price from that date. helllloooo harvey norman is a f#ckn big company do you really think they would put hem self in the place of false avertising??? and nooo its not just a simple change though head officelike everyone else, each harvey norman dept and store is owned by a different person.