Cram and Jam launched in the UK

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by cheekyspanky, Aug 1, 2004.

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    cheekyspanky

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    Finally, Cram and Jam is available here, £130 rebate when buying an iBook or Powerbook and 20 or 40GB iPod. Offer is on until 2nd November, so I think I'll wait a while to see if the Powerbook is speed bumped at all, then buy (subject to me having some money anyway)!
     
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    i rang the apple store on thursday and they new nothing about this despite a message about it on the phone queuing system.

    Can't find anything about it on the Apple store website. :confused:
     
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    thanks!

    just placed my order for a 12" PB and 20gig iPod :D :D :D
     
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    f*ck my computers clock is wrong!

    i'm out by 10 minutes! hopefully if I ring tomorrow they can correct it.
     
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    That's cool. Its strange though that it goes all the way to November.

    Anyway, all the rest of the world needs now is a Refurb/Discontinued products, Special deals section that the US seems to have.
     
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    The US is the centre of the universe you know :eek: :rolleyes:
     
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    Oh of course. They also got the iPod mini's faster. God forbid their iPod mini supplies were low. Even Canadians were screwed into waiting, while US citizens got them faster. Since Apple's business is still largely web-based, you'd think that everyone would get equal chance at a product, since they're not even produced in the US or anything.
     

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