Buy WikiReader [was: WikiReader]
will at openmoko.com
Wed Oct 14 01:38:57 CEST 2009
I spent the whole morning trying to get international fixed-rates from USPS
for global shipping, but there is a downside, as there always is:
a) standard shipments can take 10-20 days
b) there are NO tracking numbers provided by USPS
The flat rate is $18.95 usd. I think this is especially reasonable compared
to some of the prices in UPS (those of you who bought phones from us in the
beginning know exactly what I'm talking about). These rates are available
now and Sean tells me we just updated the site so:
Help yourself :)
And when you DO buy one, please make sure to post back to this list the
actual time it took you to get your package. That would help everyone out a
lot on actual shipping times. Again, thanks for not being patient and
kicking our butts when something's missing.
On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 5:33 AM, William Lai <will at openmoko.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 5:17 AM, Maksim 'max_posedon' Melnikau <
> maxposedon at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi, all!
>> First of all, my congratulations with releasing mystical "Project B" !
> Thank you all for the continuing support.
> We're really excited about today.
>> Wikireader looks awesome, and I think most interested question for all
>> openmoko community now is:
>> How to buy WikiReader?
>> Looks like amazon doesn't ship this device to all countries. (why?!).
> It all comes down to price. It's just too expensive for you (outside the
> US) and we didn't think it was worth the rush. Paying $85 USD for a $99
> dollar device isn't exactly helpful. We're working on getting more devices
> and of course global shipping as well. We'll definitely post something
> once that is available. Stay tuned to hear from us within the next week.
>> Could you explain your view about delivery, and country statuses,
>> where you ship, and where not, and if not, when you will.
> Right now we ship to US and Canada only. Amazon didn't allow us to set
> independent shipping rates for various countries. It only offers a fixed
> rate for 'outside US' and 'Asia'. That would mean $85 to the UK and $85 to
> Mexico -- not fair.
> As for me, it is interesting how to deliver this device to Belarus)
> I'm just as interested at this point.. please stay tuned.
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