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Topic # 62642 11-Jun-2010 09:58
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Hi All,

Got an email from 2degrees.  Basically I can give a friends name and email to 2degrees, and the friend will get a free SIM and $10 credit if the SIM is activated and topped up before 14 July 2010.  I will also get a $10 credit.  This is limited to 10 friends.

So if anyone would like a 2degrees SIM and $10 credit then PM me your name and email address.

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  Reply # 340543 11-Jun-2010 10:29
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Give them your address and 10 different names, then you will get $20 a time :)

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  Reply # 340548 11-Jun-2010 10:32

They should make it a referral code... ild never have to pay for my phone ever again!

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