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Breaking: Windows Phone 7 for Sale early in New Zealand
For you kiwis out there on XDA, this story may be of interest to you. As many of us know, Windows Phone 7 won’t be for sale for a few weeks, but thanks to XDA Senior Moderator -PiLoT- for pointing out a story he spotted.
On 20/10 Vodafone started selling WP7 devices in New Zealand. As the story states, it is reportedly the first device to be sold. The device sold was the Vodafone NZ HTC Trophy or the HTC 7 Trophy.It was purchased at Aotea Square in Auckland at a Vodafone store.
As for the rest of us in the US , we will have to wait for it to become available in November. We have also heard from a source that Verizon will get a Windows Phone 7 device by Christmas, stay tuned and check out the discussion thread.
Thanks -PiLoT- .
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