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heikkis at matnat.uio.no
Sun Apr 13 15:28:14 CEST 2008
Actually, there's an interesting fact that the swedes might like to
know.. Norway isn't part of the EU and the total import taxes+vat for
electronics froma Asia to Norway are slightly lower than into EU. If I
remember correctly this is because there is a special electronics
import tax in the EU zone. Unfortunately I can't guarantee this. But
maybe if a Norwegian commercial firm decides to import freerunners
directly from Asia the cost for swedes to pick up a freerunner "post
restante" i Norway might be slightly lower than to order it from inside
Of course, this depends entirely on wheter a Norwegian firm decides to
import and their pricing..
Sincerly, Heikki Soerum.
Den Sun, 13 Apr 2008 09:59:23 +0200
"Erland Lewin" <erland at lewin.nu> skrev:
> 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
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