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Topic # 5572 9-Nov-2005 14:39 Send private message

Hey everyone.

I'm Brad

I'm 20 years old

Work for "some communication company"

Just here to find out some stuff about wireless networks and laptops.



Righto, have a great day!

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Reply # 22890 9-Nov-2005 14:47 Send private message

Welcome here... It's not very common to anyone here to come out and announce "I work for [such operator]".

Just make sure when you post here you don't give the impression you have the "official" word from the company. This is being arranged but more on this later. Check this post for more information on why.





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Reply # 22891 9-Nov-2005 14:47 Send private message

Ok for your initiation to become a Geekbro (heheh)

GET ME A JASJAR!



Welcome though! Seriously... Welcome. :-)




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Reply # 22897 9-Nov-2005 15:40 Send private message

Hey freitasm thanks for the heads up. I have edited my post (albeit a bit late maybe), just to cover my as$ lol.

and chiefie sorry dude no can do. but hey you could always go on a mobilise plan for 36months and get a "big discount" ;-)

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Reply # 22900 9-Nov-2005 16:16 Send private message

yeah well mobilise plan require minimum of two connections and cost quite a bit... :-S *gulp* LOL




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Reply # 22905 9-Nov-2005 16:47 Send private message

Well you don't need to have more than one connection but as for the pricy side of things ummm welll yeah :-)

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