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HTC 10 32GB Silver $663.2 Delivered (HK) @ Shopping Square eBay

530
CHEER20

Not a bad deal. Comes with a 12 month AU warranty (Grey Stock).

Original 20% off at Participating eBay Stores Deal Post

Also, don't forget cashrewards when shopping at eBay.

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    Is shopping square a reliable supplier?

  • +2 votes

    Kind of tempted, but I bought my M8 (24 month Au warranty) about the same time after original release, on identical ebay offer and it was ~$530. (And their original release prices were pretty much the same…)

    • +5 votes

      go for it - i just upgraded my M8 to HTC10 3 days ago…
      love it
      it's a good upgrade

      • +1 vote

        I think I will - thanks!
        That's the worst when you buy something at ridiculously good price and then comparing everything else to this, instead of the normal prices…

  • +1 vote

    Good luck with Shopping Square. You'll receive it early 2017

    • +15 votes

      Rule 1 of OZB, never post deals from Android Enjoyed!

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    Can I claim GST from shoppingsquare?

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      No you cannot, this is grey stock

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      NO you cant has to be an Australian registered business that provides you with a tax invoice for you to claim GST on it this goes for TRS as well.
      *edit: never mind just checked they are an Australian company, just need a tax invoice from them when claiming GST.

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      Apparently not…

  • -1 vote

    Its $999 at harvey norman, if you have 3 amex cards would bring it down to $699 with the latest cashback deal

    •  

      Can you actually do this?

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        Cant see why not, would have to be in store though. Just ask to split payment over a few cards

  • +2 votes

    Careful with shopping square… They cancelled orders for s7 not that long ago.

  •  

    Have one of these as a company phone. It's a really nice phone, so much so that I think I will upgrade my personal phone from a HTC M7 (which is on it's 3rd battery lol).

    •  

      You can replace the battery on the m7?

      • +1 vote

        If you're adventurous.

  • +2 votes

    Nice find OP, very underrated phone which can easily be one of the best of 2016

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    My htc one m7 was replaced under warranty when it died at about 15 months. Just saying that the extra year of warranty you get when you buy through traditional outlets is actually worth something and should be factored in when making a decision. I've only heard good things about the m10.

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    damn so tempting … gotta resist!

  • +1 vote

    Seems like a decent smaller phone except for the fact that it weighs 161g? I would rather have a lighter phone even if it was made out of plastic.

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      Agree … I prefer the older Nexus 5 and Nexus 5X with the light & grippy plastic.

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    As cheap as it is, I feel as though they jacked up the prices prior to this 20% off sale, considering
    http://www.shoppingsquare.com.au/p_419363_HTC_10_4G_LTE_32GB...