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# 72537 28-Nov-2010 16:05
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http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/prepay
Video calling, same cost as a voice call.. interesting.

I've never made a video call before. I want to use that front facing camera for the first time. Anyone wanna swap mobile numbers? I'd like to try it with another Galaxy S owner. :)

(I topped up $150 at the Manukau store launch last weekend so I got enough credit for a minute or two)

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Ultimate Geek


  # 410414 28-Nov-2010 16:16
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heh, I would, but my phone is in repairs. I'm sure one of the SGS owners can help you out. :>



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  # 410415 28-Nov-2010 16:18
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It's a bit weird eh, this request. The only guy I know with an SGS is in Aussie, and I cant reach him on MSN. As soon as he gets online I'm ringing Aussie.. Hopefully. :) I never wanted to try it because I thought it used up your data somehow.

 
 
 
 


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  # 410419 28-Nov-2010 16:49
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I don't think it's a weird request. heh

I'm on 2Degrees too, so this is also a useful piece of information. :>

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  # 410430 28-Nov-2010 17:26
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I don't believe 2degrees have interconnects for international video calling so you probably won't be able to call Australia with one.

I do believe video calling now works between Vodafone and 2degrees though.

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  # 410601 29-Nov-2010 10:43
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Note the SGS is not the Apple iPhone. It uses standard 3GPP video calling. You can video call just about anyone with a 3G phone, not just another SGS user... as long as they are on 2degrees or Vodafone, not Telecom.




Huawei Mate 7, on 2degrees

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