Discussion » Technology » 水货 iPhone 3Gs - Where can I buy it in Beijing?

  • Wu Tao
    Wu Tao wrote:
    Hey hey,

    I'd like to buy a new iPhone. Since the Chinese Version doesn't have Wifi, I want to buy a 水货 iPhone from Hong Kong which has Wifi and everything.

    Where should I go and get it? And does someone know prices?

    Thanks, Tao

    ps: I'm not interested in one of those faked iPhones. I want a original iPhone wich is just not made for the official Chinese market.
  • Malin Aaker
    Malin Aaker wrote:
    For the price, well check the official price on apple's website. You won't get it for cheaper than that!
  • Sasha 莎莎 Wang
    Well I ordered mine at Yashow and they got me one from Hongkong, works fine tbh.
  • Valery
    Valery wrote:
    I thought I might have to pay more cause they have to get it from somewhere, I was never thinking about paying less. Haha

    Sasha, did you pay beforehand or when I finally got the phone?
  • Sasha 莎莎 Wang
    When I got the phone I paid.
  • Fredy Moreira
    Fredy Moreira wrote:
    maybe u can go to Apple's store in Sanlitun.. I think they have it.
  • WENwen
    WENwen wrote:
    zhongguancun
  • Ole-Marius
    Ole-Marius wrote:
    You can buy it at Yashow. But be sure to check it 100% so you know you're not getting fooled. In zhongguancun someone tried to sell me a fake 300 rmb chinese iphone for the price of a real iPhone :P
  • Calli Joo
    Calli Joo wrote:
    Ole Marius Løset wrote:
    Posted 1 hours ago
    You can buy it at Yashow. But be sure to check it 100% so you know you're not getting fooled. In zhongguancun someone tried to sell me a fake 300 rmb chinese iphone for the price of a real iPhone :P

    ______________________________________

    You are lucky. I paid first. The man took my money and then he disappeared.
  • Valery
    Valery wrote:
    I went to Yashow. There you can get it... nice nice nice. I had to ask at some shops for shui hua from HK and at the third they had it. It's definitely no fake. I'll buy it soon.

    Thank you all.

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