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flexd at doombox.org
Sun Apr 13 12:00:06 CEST 2008
If ordering from the US (or anywhere really), would it be possible to
have the package marked as a gift to evade taxes and such? Norwegian
taxes are high, so we'll probably pay like half a phone extra >_<
Pietro "m0nt0" Montorfano skrev:
> Erland Lewin ha scritto:
>> 2008/4/13, "Marco Trevisan (Treviño)" <mail at 3v1n0.net>:
>>> Well, if you consider that you've to pay the shipping costs from
>>> Usa or
>>> Asia in 10 or more people, instead that as an alone buyer I think
>>> that you
>>> gain really more than 30$-8€ ;)
>> Well, that is the key question now for us in the EU - I believe that
>> FIC has said that they will have a distribution center in the EU,
>> which should make the shipping much less expensive. The very high
>> shipping cost in relation to the price of the phone I think was a
>> problem with the GTA01...
>> I'm very much looking forward to hearing about how FIC will solve the
>> EU distribution, and how much the shipping will be in Europe on top of
>> the $399 + VAT price, which I think is a very good price. I think that
>> info would be in the next update from FIC.
>> /Erland in Stockholm, Sweden
> Yes, you are right, i was thinking that buying a 10pack phone is
> always cheaper than buying a single phone due to the shipping costs.
> I'd like to know the eu price and if it's convenient to buy the phone
> in eu, else there are some services that you can subscribe for 10$
> which give you an us address so you buy the phone and send them there,
> after that you pay the shiping cost from there to your nation, this
> can let you to not pay VAT, don't know how much it's legal but i'd
> like to get more info on this services because they can be very useful.
> Everything obviously is to see how much the eu phone costs due to the
> VAT and other taxes.
> So i have to get more info about this service but they exist so i
> think it should be a good deal to use them if in eu the phone will
> cost too much.
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