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preorder

(priːˈɔːdə)
vb (tr)
(Commerce) to order something in advance of it being available
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com/samsung-galaxy-s9-lg-v30s-thinq-initial-preorder-numbers-disappoint-2659169) previously reported , preorders for the S9 and S9+ did not meet expectations.
Galaxy S9 is currently available only to preorder buyers.
The all-new Galaxy Note 8 is not yet available on the market -- yet du is giving its valued customers an opportunity to be among the first to own this incredible smartphone when they preorder it, for as little as AED295/month.
According to Sammobile, some of the pre-order customers have already started receiving their devices and that some third-party retailers have also started shipping preorder units.
Sambo Kojin now offers 'Goodness to Go' or G2Go which allows customers to preorder food-to-go.
Apple said that many versions of the phone had sold out in preorder, and this morning's queues were made up of those who had reserved a spot to pick up a preordered device.
Chunghwa Telecom will start its online preorder campaign at the same time with that of Apple, whose website is due to begin preorders of the iPhone SE on 29 March.
Available for preorder since October 7, the Surface Pro 4 is now on sale at Microsoft's website and retail outlets.
Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman, due to hit bookstores only on July 15, is breaking all records in preorder sales in the US as its publisher HarperCollins and distributors entice readers to book their copies early.
AMPL Labs will begin taking preorders via the AMPL Labs website starting in next week, and will remain InDemand on Indiegogo during the preorder period.
AT&T said that customers can easily check upgrade eligibility and preorder by visiting http://www.
Through the website people can listen to Paul's music and preorder the album.