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#59750 11-Apr-2010 17:40
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Migrating to the mighty WA, so no longer have a use for our really cool Vodafone Pre-pay SIMs.

The numbers are: 021 1669442 and 0274 046046 (ported from Telecom)

I thought I'd give the GZ'rs a crack at them before going on TradeMe.

I've no idea what the numbers are worth money-wise, anyone with their finger on the pulse got a valuation?

I guess around $50 each, what do you think?




 

 

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  #317073 11-Apr-2010 18:39
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To be honest i don't see anything special about the number, good luck though =)




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  #317079 11-Apr-2010 19:03
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  #317113 11-Apr-2010 20:51
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System: To be honest i don't see anything special about the number, good luck though =)


They are very easy to remember, double digits and repetition - you can't go wrong, in fact who WOULDN'T want a number like one of these!!

SELL SELL!!?!




 

 

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  #317118 11-Apr-2010 21:02
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Who actually dials numbers these days vs looking at their address book?

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  #317123 11-Apr-2010 21:09
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sbiddle: Who actually dials numbers these days vs looking at their address book?


True, the only person who needs to remember their number is the person whos number it belongs to




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  #317125 11-Apr-2010 21:18
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System:
sbiddle: Who actually dials numbers these days vs looking at their address book?


True, the only person who needs to remember their number is the person whos number it belongs to


Which is really easy with these numbers - touche! (pronounced too-shay, I can't the little thingy aboe the "e")




 

 

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  #317233 12-Apr-2010 09:46
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Alt+0233 = é



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  #323312 27-Apr-2010 00:11
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rvangelder: phonespell.org
well that gave absolute NOTHING interesting

the repetition in 046046 is very minorly interesting

considering a new sim card is about $30 new

so for a 2ndhand one, perhaps half that?

I'd say you are doing well if you get $15

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  #323331 27-Apr-2010 01:38
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We still get some quite good prepay sims in store. Sometimes if your lucky you can snag up a pretty good number :)




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  #323457 27-Apr-2010 10:48
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OT: Is this THE Michael Murphy?!

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bazzer: OT: Is this THE Michael Murphy?!


If you are referring to the "Michael Murphy" off NZ Idol some years ago then no.




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  #324915 29-Apr-2010 19:29
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Boring numbers lol

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