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Where To Buy IPhones/Samsungs

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CRlover
5/5/2019 14:27 EST

Greetings,
I decided to do a about face and spend this summer in the far east instead of South America.

I was wondering since Asia is rated as the most budget friendly place to visit what are the costs of iphones and androids compared to America?

I help a softball team here from a poor area and I am wondering whether I should get them a basic android from Walmart for 19.99 that they will be lukewarm about or wait to my Asia trip, than buy 4 or 5 iphones depending on my budget and mail it back home to the USA to my girlfriend...if i got those few poor kids who are really good at baseball an iphone that would light up there life..any suggestions??

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