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  # 333065 21-May-2010 17:10
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ah true, forgot about opera's own stuff

any suggestions for a JVM browser to use that you could set to the telecom proxy? as the browser that comes with the Aino is truly SHOCKING




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  # 333247 22-May-2010 12:22
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that's if xt's network doesn't keep failing all the time!

 
 
 
 


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  # 333296 22-May-2010 16:00
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alexthewiz: that's if xt's network doesn't keep failing all the time!


Wow, what an insightful and intellectual comment. Would love to know what your definition of "all the time" is. 




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  # 333304 22-May-2010 16:23
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haha its just a joke man, i used to have a mobile on xt.. kept getting fustrated when i kept loosing the signal.. its fustrating and annoying .. haha and that pay rise for that telecom ceo or something makes me hate xt and telecom even more DX

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  # 333314 22-May-2010 16:54
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as one of nz's largest companies don't be surprised when their ceo is also one of nz's most well paid people




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  # 333329 22-May-2010 17:41
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yeah but i don't think its any time for them to raise a salary by that much..didn't they fire off some workers or something? or some share value crash? i think they are thinking of letting him go, heard this through someone, not sure if its true. :)

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  # 333361 22-May-2010 19:55
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alexthewiz: yeah but i don't think its any time for them to raise a salary by that much..didn't they fire off some workers or something? or some share value crash? i think they are thinking of letting him go, heard this through someone, not sure if its true. :)


To my knowledge Paul Reynolds pay didn't rise, it is the same as it was when he was contracted to work for Telecom.

 
 
 
 


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  # 333682 23-May-2010 19:48
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here is the facebook ad for this... telecom exclusive

0.facebook.com




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  # 333689 23-May-2010 20:04
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Working on CDMA phones too or just XT?

That makes 2 facebook things that work on telecom and not on vodafone now ;)




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  # 333764 23-May-2010 21:40
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I haven't tested it on CDMA but Telecom said on Twitter that it's supported.

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  # 333790 23-May-2010 22:23
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Facebook zero is available for CDMA and XT but only for handsets that go through our wap proxy

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  # 333825 23-May-2010 23:53
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richms: Working on CDMA phones too or just XT?

That makes 2 facebook things that work on telecom and not on vodafone now ;)
what is the other one?




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  # 333828 24-May-2010 00:05
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SMS, broken on vodafone for ages and still no solution from them. Perhaps should get target involved ;)




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  # 333853 24-May-2010 07:04
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dman: ah true, forgot about opera's own stuff

any suggestions for a JVM browser to use that you could set to the telecom proxy? as the browser that comes with the Aino is truly SHOCKING


I think Opera Mobile could work, it doesn't use their proxy.




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