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  Reply # 567618 11-Jan-2012 21:48
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Possible grammatical error by telecom 'minute' instead of 'minutes'. But I guess it could be either.

Buit surely you get some credit with a new card. When I got mine it included some. There is no expiry date shown when the card will expire, but this will appear when you first topup the card, and will be a year from topup.

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  Reply # 567620 11-Jan-2012 21:50
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mattwnz: Possible grammatical error by telecom 'minute' instead of 'minutes'. But I guess it could be either.


Lol I was looking for grammar/spelling mistakes aswell. OP give us a hint please :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 567622 11-Jan-2012 21:56
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pic quality not great, is aussie spelt correctly?
are you wondering why Ireland is mentioned on its own outside of UK?




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  Reply # 567626 11-Jan-2012 22:02
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This is difficult - haven'tbeen able to spot anything the other's haven't already mentioned!
Would you end up paying the casual rate for data?




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  Reply # 567627 11-Jan-2012 22:02
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Regs: pic quality not great, is aussie spelt correctly?
are you wondering why Ireland is mentioned on its own outside of UK?


Close enough....!

Austrailia.... as pronounced phonetically by someone taking the mick. No spellchecker in the world would accept that......

 




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  Reply # 567628 11-Jan-2012 22:09
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antoniosk:
Regs: pic quality not great, is aussie spelt correctly?
are you wondering why Ireland is mentioned on its own outside of UK?


Close enough....!

Austrailia.... as pronounced phonetically by someone taking the mick. No spellchecker in the world would accept that......

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there was a mismatch between my eyesight acuity and the clarity of your posted images precluding me from spotting that!




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  Reply # 567633 11-Jan-2012 22:17
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I couldn't see the spelling error due to the low resolution of the image. You have to wonder who telecom are hiring to write these pages, with at least one spelling and grammatical error on what is a page with very little text.

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  Reply # 567635 11-Jan-2012 22:18
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antoniosk: What is wrong with this picture?

I've figured it out - antoniosk used GIF format instead of JPEG format ! ; )

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  Reply # 567637 11-Jan-2012 22:23
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Surely you won't need to call Austrailia anyway from this forsaken territory you are going to...





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  Reply # 567648 11-Jan-2012 22:56
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antoniosk:
Regs: pic quality not great, is aussie spelt correctly?
are you wondering why Ireland is mentioned on its own outside of UK?


Close enough....!

Austrailia.... as pronounced phonetically by someone taking the mick. No spellchecker in the world would accept that......

 


i thought it looked like an extra 'i' in there on my first look, but it was hard to tell...  the 'clearer' image didnt really make it any clearer :P  




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  Reply # 567665 12-Jan-2012 00:01
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We could make this a regular thread. Somebody posts a picture with an error of some sort and we have to find whats wrong with it. Lol ...

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  Reply # 567698 12-Jan-2012 07:53
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Regs: pic quality not great, is aussie spelt correctly?
are you wondering why Ireland is mentioned on its own outside of UK?


As

UK (United Kingdom) = England, Northern Ireland, Scottland and Wales
Ireland = The Entire Land Mass on the left hand side (Is not a Country)
Republic of Ireland = The Country which is the larger Southern part of the Ireland Land Mass

So in Theory they are right and slightly wrong. 


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  Reply # 567719 12-Jan-2012 08:46
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gzt:
antoniosk: What is wrong with this picture?

I've figured it out - antoniosk used GIF format instead of JPEG format ! ; )

Wouldn't GIF be a more suitable format than JPEG for a screenshot like this anyway?

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  Reply # 567731 12-Jan-2012 09:05
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PNG would be most suitable and being able to click on the image to enlarge it would be even better.



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  Reply # 567734 12-Jan-2012 09:12
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1080p: PNG would be most suitable and being able to click on the image to enlarge it would be even better.


I concur!

Mauricio.......! Think we need the Good Dictators good to Pictures.....




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