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#73784 22-Dec-2010 11:22
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Hey guys,

I got a leftover Supa Prepay $200 Calling Credit that came with a Vodafone 845. I've won cool stuff from Geekzone so someone here will get it for free (I presume these are transferable).
If you want the code post here and during the Xmas weekend I'll send the code. If more than one person posts here I'll do a draw.

Only condition is that you have to already be signed up to Geekzone before this post was made.

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#420351 22-Dec-2010 11:39
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You can gift them, no problem at all.

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  #420354 22-Dec-2010 11:41
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I would love to be entered into this draw. What a grand gesture offering it to this community. Good luck to all who enter.

 
 
 
 


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  #420367 22-Dec-2010 11:57

yes please

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  #420379 22-Dec-2010 12:15
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I would love it :) so I will post back during the Xmas Weekend :)

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  #420389 22-Dec-2010 12:27
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Enter me too please :)

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  #420390 22-Dec-2010 12:28
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very generous indeed - I'm in :)




kind regards Andrew TD


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  #420398 22-Dec-2010 12:35
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Count me in too! Would make a great gift for my sister who's still using Vodafone.

 
 
 
 




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  #420402 22-Dec-2010 12:40
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Just thought I'd reprint some of the main conditions for the calling credit, in case you're not familiar with this current Vodafone promotion.
You must

1 - Be a Supa Prepay customer
2 - Use the unique code to register online before 16th January
3 - Then, top up after you register, with a minimum of $20 before 16th January

Calling credit is for calls within NZ to any mobile & network, valid for 3 months from top-up date.

Basically it's for calls only. Can't use the credit for anything else (data/buying Bestmates etc).

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  #420417 22-Dec-2010 13:12
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Thats very generous of you - please put me in the draw.
Merry Christmas.

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  #420455 22-Dec-2010 14:48
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Can I put my name in the draw?

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  #420462 22-Dec-2010 14:58
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Count me in please!! My data charges are killing me :(




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  #420466 22-Dec-2010 15:08
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johnr: Can I put my name in the draw?


No problem, any existing GZ members can put their name down. Even if you are entering to gift the code to a friend or relative, doesn't matter to me. As long as somebody actually uses it! Smile

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  #420509 22-Dec-2010 16:17
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I do not wish to enter, but this is a great idea and very kind.




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  #420569 22-Dec-2010 17:59
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Enter me in please.

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  #420602 22-Dec-2010 19:37
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It would be a great present for my wife - with her doing most of the Xmas stuff and me very little, gulp!

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