£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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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 $$$)
Have an interest in retail payments and credit card interchange rates? Here’s your chance to have a say.
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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