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Topic # 106342 22-Jul-2012 22:40 Send private message

So, was having a browse through Skinny's website today to see if anything's changed, noticed that they are now selling iPhones: http://skinny.co.nz/2789_EN-Buy-Browse_iPhone.htm

Seems they beat 2Degrees in the race?






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  Reply # 660153 22-Jul-2012 23:14 Send private message

I assume they get their hookups through the same channels as telecom?

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  Reply # 660268 23-Jul-2012 10:53 Send private message

wonder if they'll subsidise it ;D





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  Reply # 664509 31-Jul-2012 12:43 Send private message

Be interesting how long they take to get the new iPhone once it's released in September. I don't mind waiting a month or so... have some Skinny dollars to spend...

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