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By nikitich, Junior Member on 4th December 2006, 12:48 PM
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Hi guys! I am from Rissia, currently use T mobile mda compact. I`ve been dreaming about p3600 for quite while, but it seems to me that i will not be able to get it over here for quite long time.
Anyway, a friend of mine will be in London for few days to attend a chelsey/manchester united football game. He can buy a phone for me, but without any hussle. He will be living in Hilton London Kensington (179-199 Holland Park Avenue) can anyone advize if he can buy Trinity somewhere near that plase, or recommend a trustworthy internet shop that would deliver it to him on time?
Thanks a lot for any advise!
 
 
4th December 2006, 01:05 PM |#2  
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He just needs to take the tube and go to Tottenham Court Road, where there are at least 10 shops selling the P3600. I bought it there last Saturday. And don't forget to tell him that he must be prepared for hard negotiation otherwise he will end up paying 550 pounds which is much much more than he should.
4th December 2006, 01:57 PM |#3  
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Thanks, Man!
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I`ve naver been in London/ Tube means subway? What should he look for at Tottenham Court Road? Are these shops on the street or there would be a mall?
What do you think a reasonable prise should be? 500?
Thanks!
4th December 2006, 02:10 PM |#4  
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Tell your friend to go here..... I picked mine up for £449 which is the same price as Expansys are charging for theirs.

http://www.inkino.co.uk/zen/index.ph...oducts_id=1395

Black and white were in stock when I picked mine up!

Just print off the webpage and go in and ask for it.
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Thanks Dave! But where should he go& I guess there is a missing link in your post!
Anyway I am looking for the closest plase with the easiest directions.
Thanks!
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Thanks!
I`ve naver been in London/ Tube means subway? What should he look for at Tottenham Court Road? Are these shops on the street or there would be a mall?
What do you think a reasonable prise should be? 500?
Thanks!

Yes tube is the subway. Nearest stop is Tottenham Court Road (easy!). Lots of shops on both sides of the street in Tottenham Court Road near Oxford Street intersection. He can have it for 450.
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Thanks a lot, man! You've made my day!
4th December 2006, 07:35 PM |#8  
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Tell your friend to go here..... I picked mine up for 449 which is the same price as Expansys are charging for theirs.

http://www.inkino.co.uk/zen/index.ph...oducts_id=1395

Black and white were in stock when I picked mine up!

Just print off the webpage and go in and ask for it.

It's reported as "sold out".
5th December 2006, 07:14 AM |#9  
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Hello again! Two more questions:are these shops on Tottenham Court Road open on sunday and will they accept visa?
5th December 2006, 10:45 AM |#10  
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Hello again! Two more questions:are these shops on Tottenham Court Road open on sunday and will they accept visa?

Yes they are open on Sundays (only a few hours though - I think 12 to 5pm). If you pay by credit card they will probably give you a higher price.

Have you considered buying online and having it shipped to you? The cheapest price I can see at the moment is at www.easydevices.co.uk
This is if you want the english version. Otherwise you will find it at cheaper prices in other european countries (check www.expansys.com ).
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In that case I will have to pay customs which will be 20% of the value + shipping 40-50 pounds
How much higher the credit card payment may be?
Thanks for the answers, man!

Actually, if they would not include vat in the international shipment I might as well do that. gonna ask them about it..
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