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postedbyYousef

A lot of you guys have been waiting for Xperia A.K.A. X1 to get released in Kuwait and now the wait is over. My friend just got it and sent me the picture above. It’s available in silver in all of the Barak Center branches. It costs KD275.

Their phone # 1-833-777 ext. 123

Thanks Taymoor.

 

This entry was posted on Wednesday, November 19th, 2008 at 4:43 pm

11 Responses to “Sony Ericsson X1 Now Available in Kuwait”

  1. Pure says:

    i would have got it if it’s OS wasn’t windows : /

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  2. Rafeek says:

    Man that’s a rip off. What I know is that it costs around $800, which converts to about KD210.

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  3. Sleepless says:

    I’ve been waiting for it for a very long time! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. d45 says:

    NOOO!! i’ve been waiting for it FOREVER since march and i just ordered it online cuz they said it wont be available before mid december and now i have to wait for al leat 1 week..;’( but yala 3alaikom bil 3afya LOL

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  5. Taymoor says:

    Its worth every KD!

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  6. Aliman says:

    Got mine from Dubai 4 days ago for 258KD with a 4Gb micro SD and a carry case :) loving it but still getting to know all the features and trying to get my office email to work on it :S

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  7. Ahmad says:

    It’s a Windows Mobile phone, so i’d make sure that I ask someone who used it before paying 275KD for it.

    Already I’ve been reading online that it took a long time to reach the market, and its features now are not as hot as when it was announced!

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  8. Eman says:

    That’s my next mob…the features r just Outstanding!

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  9. Abdullah says:

    i have bought it from ebay for 250 KD since 2 weeks and it’s great!!!!
    thanks

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  10. Die-Na-Mite says:

    Time to wait for the price to drop to do the plunge. Usually takes at least 2 weeks for that 50 kd to drop.

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