£22.50 for 10GB of data per month on T-Mobile. They are also removing the limitation on using VoIP over their networks (previously T-Mobile had actually blocked VoIP traffic).
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Anker make some of the best USB chargers and powerbanks available. Now you can get their products shipped directly to New Zealand
United Airlines pulls out of New Zealand for Southern Hemisphere Winter – AKL/SFO becomes seasonal.
Air New Zealand launches Flexitime Membership (and how it can save you $$$)
Comment by freitasm, on 1-Oct-2006 11:47
Really, NZ mobile operators shouldn't even believe that "mobile broadband" is a viable landline broadband replacement by offering a measly 1GB plan for the masses.
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