Tuesday , September 25 2018 Ausdroid » News » Vodafone: We’re unsure when we’ll stock the X10

As some of you may or may not know, Vodafone stocked the Xperia X10 for about 2 days, and then it was removed for purchase on their site. I sent them an email not long after it happened, and only just got the response:

Thank you for your email.

I’m not able to tell you when the X10 will become available as we haven’t been advised.

Regards,

Direct Response Team

So there you have it, even Vodafone don’t know when they’ll get it back. They also didn’t have a reason as to why it was removed for purchase in the first place.. weird..

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Mictah
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Mictah

I called Vodafone and they said it had been recalled by Sony Ericsson??? But Telstra, Optus, 3 and Virgin are still selling it?

Buzz Moody
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Very strange. Still haven’t got a response from Voda or SE.

Ben
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Ben

I spoke to a rep yesterday and he was saying that the X10 will not come out to Vodafone agin due to it being to slow. Seems abit odd with it having a 1Ghz CPU but thats what he said. Also the X10 is on the optus yes social plan not advertised but you can get it.

Buzz Moody
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So 1GHz isn’t enough for Voda.. Seems strange considering they’re getting the Samsung Galaxy S (1GHz) in a few weeks.

RMX
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Confirmed it is a software issue.

Optus are still moving them but VF have had them removed from their system.

Buzz Moody
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It’s still showing on their site :s

Mitch
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Mitch

Why don’t the release why they WON’T release it? I’m guessing it’s software problems with their sh!tty add ons.

pezcore
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pezcore

I have done some pushing and have thus far got 2 responses
1. It is a software issue with the languages
2. yesterday when i rang again i was told they never recieved them and are waiting for them to be sent.
but still no approx release date.

Buzz Moody
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I still haven’t received official word from SE PR, but the first seems more likely than the second, even though it wouldn’t make sense seeing as Optus, Telstra & Three haven’t had a problem..

Ben
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Ben

its not number 2 as i know my local stores have stock

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