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  Reply # 576746 3-Feb-2012 11:51 Send private message

GSM Arena says that phone is a WCDMA 900/2100 phone, so you are prob looking at big towns/cities where XT has 2100mhz 3G coverage

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  Reply # 576748 3-Feb-2012 11:52 Send private message

DjShadow: GSM Arena says that phone is a WCDMA 900/2100 phone, so you are prob looking at big towns/cities where XT has 2100mhz 3G coverage


If that's the case this is not a handset for either Skinny or Telecom XT. Better not use it.

 




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  Reply # 576750 3-Feb-2012 11:58 Send private message

Bought a Skinny phone for my daughter so she can text me when I move to Oz next week.


Thanks, Skinny, for making it sooo cheap

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  Reply # 576765 3-Feb-2012 12:20 Send private message

Does anyone else find it extremely hard to get topups? I just educated a lady at the store on what skinny was and then showed her how to print topups for them so I could get my one for more data. Teaching one store at a time. Lol.





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  Reply # 576793 3-Feb-2012 13:00 Send private message

freitasm:
DjShadow: GSM Arena says that phone is a WCDMA 900/2100 phone, so you are prob looking at big towns/cities where XT has 2100mhz 3G coverage


If that's the case this is not a handset for either Skinny or Telecom XT. Better not use it.

 


I can't waste my free looselips. I am heading to Wellington so should be able to use some. It works in Hamilton intermittently.

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  Reply # 576794 3-Feb-2012 13:02 Send private message

Printertech:
freitasm:
DjShadow: GSM Arena says that phone is a WCDMA 900/2100 phone, so you are prob looking at big towns/cities where XT has 2100mhz 3G coverage


If that's the case this is not a handset for either Skinny or Telecom XT. Better not use it.

 


I can't waste my free looselips. I am heading to Wellington so should be able to use some. It works in Hamilton intermittently.


"intermittently"... Don't complain if it doesn't work where and when you need it to work.

 




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Reply # 576809 3-Feb-2012 13:34 Send private message

freitasm:
Printertech:
freitasm:
DjShadow: GSM Arena says that phone is a WCDMA 900/2100 phone, so you are prob looking at big towns/cities where XT has 2100mhz 3G coverage


If that's the case this is not a handset for either Skinny or Telecom XT. Better not use it.

 


I can't waste my free looselips. I am heading to Wellington so should be able to use some. It works in Hamilton intermittently.


"intermittently"... Don't complain if it doesn't work where and when you need it to work.

 



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  Reply # 589045 1-Mar-2012 19:49 Send private message

Thought it was going to be fixed by now, but it hasn't.
Whoever updates the website really needs to be in less of a hurry, because its full of typos and spelling mistakes. Or at least run it via a spell checker.

http://www.livingskinny.co.nz/shop.php

Especially the person who added the Xperia Mini pro =/

Fasntastic phone for work and socuial media with touchscreen and slide out keybaord
Compact size just 92x53x18mm, wieghs 136g

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  Reply # 589048 1-Mar-2012 19:56 Send private message

On another note... there's a new 600 MB data plan for $8 a week, still the usual "you must have one of the $4 combos" applies though

Edit: Didn't see the other thread 

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  Reply # 589055 1-Mar-2012 20:19

blakamin: Bought a Skinny phone for my daughter so she can text me when I move to Oz next week.


Thanks, Skinny, for making it sooo cheap


I am sure another provider has had 9c international texts for a wile...

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  Reply # 597644 20-Mar-2012 13:06 Send private message

It looks like the "full" site is now online rather than the temporary one.

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  Reply # 597677 20-Mar-2012 13:49 Send private message

Behodar: It looks like the "full" site is now online rather than the temporary one.


I still see the 'beta' site. 

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  Reply # 597691 20-Mar-2012 14:10 Send private message

Interesting; I'm still getting the new one so it wasn't taken back down. The home page looks completely different so you should be able to tell which one you're on immediately.

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  Reply # 597692 20-Mar-2012 14:11 Send private message

Still got the old one here on voafone dsl at work. I turned off the portfoward for RDP at home so cant check from there at the moment.




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  Reply # 597694 20-Mar-2012 14:14 Send private message

Cleared the browser cache and still the beta site shows up.

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