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What is going On vodafone?? those rates are absolutely rediculous.
My iPhone I got shipped in from the states cost me less than an iPod Touch 16gb over here, so ok, my iPhone isn't the iPhone "3G"
but those prices are totally shocking.
I'm flabbergasted that rather than taking the opportunity to be _really_ competitive and blow everybody away with how great the plan is and make a little profit off a lot of people, vodafone have instead decided to go for a lot of profit off a few.
grr. makes me really annoyed.
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Comment by GeekPT, on 8-Jul-2008 11:02
Vodafone had a real opportunity here to impress and ensure a massive up take of the iPhone, but alas they again greed has blinded them! Very disappointing Vodafone - very disappointing!!!
Hello.... if you had of come out with half decent plans, the up take of the iPhone would have far exceeded your expectations! The more people with the iPhone using the impressive capabilities of the phone means more online applications with greater data usage - this of course would lead to lots of $$$$.
Look at the the UK - 75 pounds and the phone is FREE! but wait there's unlimted Data and 3000 talk mins!!! Come on Vodafone! Give New Zealanders what they want!!!
Comment by msc1974, on 8-Jul-2008 12:00
I wanted to draw your attention to this important petition that I recently signed:
"Vodafone's Outrageous iPhone costs"
I really think this is an important cause, and I'd like to encourage you to add your signature and pass it on to everyone in your address book, too. It's free and takes less than 30 secs
Come on, do you bit for the everyday kiwi.
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