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Topic # 101929 11-May-2012 21:20 Send private message

If you go to the 2degrees section of Dick Smith's site and look at the HTC One X in an enlarged view, the phone says Your Telecom on the model shown.  Obviously they have just used the same image from the Telecom section, but it just doesn't look right.  

Do I win a new phone for spotting?  ;-) Mine got a little damp today 




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  Reply # 623758 11-May-2012 21:21

you got a little damp? I don't think that's appropriate.



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  Reply # 623760 11-May-2012 21:22 Send private message

My phone... sheesh




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  Reply # 623763 11-May-2012 21:25 Send private message

Maybe you should've posted this in the Dick Smiths forum. Oh wait....

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  Reply # 623764 11-May-2012 21:26 Send private message

Some dumbass salesman from Digital Mobile suggested 2degrees would be bought for Telstra. Suppose its possible but the guy was dodgy as f*** (as is normal with Digital Mobile)





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  Reply # 623809 11-May-2012 22:19 Send private message

Don't get me wrong but isn't 2 Degrees still on the vodafone network or at least now using the same band lines?




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  Reply # 624639 14-May-2012 09:08 Send private message

2degrees use their own cell towers, and only roam on Vodafone where there is no native 2degrees coverage.

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  Reply # 624641 14-May-2012 09:10 Send private message

Cheers, this is what I thought was going on but about like DUH! atm =D




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  Reply # 624717 14-May-2012 10:44

Zeon: Some dumbass salesman from Digital Mobile suggested 2degrees would be bought for Telstra. Suppose its possible but the guy was dodgy as f*** (as is normal with Digital Mobile)

Pure speculation, but a lot of people still talk about this; as if you shouldn't become a customer because they will sell.

ChevronX: Cheers, this is what I thought was going on but about like DUH! atm =D

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  Reply # 624720 14-May-2012 10:53 Send private message

styxgeist: 2degrees use their own cell towers, and only roam on Vodafone where there is no native 2degrees coverage.


even that is hit and miss.


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  Reply # 624729 14-May-2012 11:09 Send private message

semigeek: If you go to the 2degrees section of Dick Smith's site and look at the HTC One X in an enlarged view, the phone says Your Telecom on the model shown.  Obviously they have just used the same image from the Telecom section, but it just doesn't look right.  

Do I win a new phone for spotting?  ;-) Mine got a little damp today 


Pics, or it didn't happen :)

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  Reply # 625402 15-May-2012 11:57 Send private message

Thanks for the heads up, I've raised it with the Channel Manager.

Just to confirm, we are NOT owned by Telecom. :)

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  Reply # 625406 15-May-2012 12:04 Send private message

2DegreesCare: Thanks for the heads up, I've raised it with the Channel Manager.

Just to confirm, we are NOT owned by Telecom. :)


Good to know!




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  Reply # 625424 15-May-2012 12:53 Send private message

2DegreesCare: Thanks for the heads up, I've raised it with the Channel Manager.

Just to confirm, we are NOT owned by Telecom. :)


Good to see its fixed now, so do I win an HTC One X? Just joking. And we all know you aren't owned by Telecom. Keep up the great work. 




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