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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by HXGuy, Aug 23, 2010.
This isn't your personal notebook.
Good catch HX. I wonder what other stuff is overpriced at the station?
They probably have them in stock At that price
they wouldn't offer these phones at those prices unless they know someone will actually pay that, and someone will and the profit will completely justify their business.
Your probably right
There are always people willing to pay almost any price for something they really want!
Germanys economy is on the up after seeing growth over the last few months. Looks like they are trying to take advantage of it
It's a fugging airport. What do you expect? Outlet prices?
That's not "duty-free" pricing, it's more like theft.....
When I was in Barcelona a couple weeks ago, the airport had a ferrari store and an electonics store selling gold plated iPhone 3GSs.
well...a month ago it was for $ 2400 in Dubai! and now it's around $ 1750.
1199 euros = 1601 Canadian dollars. That's over twice what an unlocked 32G iPhone 4 costs in Canada (not counting tax)!
In Ireland its 599 for the 16GB version. This is sim free and tax paid. Crazy to pay 1200 for one when you can buy anywhere in Europe and have it shipped to your country.
damn AT&T (in us) and Tmobile (in de) who make iphone contract-free unlocked prices this high..!!
That's the normal price for an SIM-free iPhone 4 in Germany.
Otherwise they are sold locked to the carrier (T-mobile).
Does the Phone come with a reach around?