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#57993 3-Mar-2010 19:01
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I have been told by a reliable source that the N1 will be introduced on Vodafone sometime this month...

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  #304114 3-Mar-2010 19:54
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Why would they sell the N1 when they've skipped over so many other Android handsets?

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  #304120 3-Mar-2010 19:59

My reliable sauce says your reliable sauce doesn't know their ar*e from their elbow.

mmmmm. reliable sauce.




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  #304121 3-Mar-2010 19:59
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Mmmm sauce

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  #304136 3-Mar-2010 20:14
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even Vodafones Head of Corporate Communications is kept out of the loop. Drinking too much sauce :-)

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  #304145 3-Mar-2010 20:20
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Probably one of your colleagues Paul, works at the Viaduct Harbour office?

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  #304186 3-Mar-2010 21:16

I can neither confirm nor deny that we get on the sauce at the Viaduct Harbour ofice.

Or that we even HAVE a Viaduct Harbour office.

Or that I work for Vodafone.

Or that I have a Geekzone account.

Or that I'm a software construct.

1010001010101011110101010100001101010101011

OK, the last one's true.




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  #304228 3-Mar-2010 22:48
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Another one of these guys that joins just to leak some information. Meh!

Perhaps new members should have their posts approved until say post #20 before public release? This will save "clutter" .




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  #304258 4-Mar-2010 08:04
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? Excuse me for thinking members of a mobile forum might be interested. Thank god Damager is not a moderator on this site, no one would ever get to pass his 'Ultimate Geek' status (or even 20 posts!). I can see by all the other posts that it's only stimulating intellectual conversation here?


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  #304261 4-Mar-2010 08:12
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n95: ? Excuse me for thinking members of a mobile forum might be interested. Thank god Damager is not a moderator on this site, no one would ever get to pass his 'Ultimate Geek' status (or even 20 posts!). I can see by all the other posts that it's only stimulating intellectual conversation here?


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This is geekzone not the trademe forums

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  #304274 4-Mar-2010 09:05
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Well done johnr, that's why I didn't post there...

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  #304302 4-Mar-2010 10:17
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Ben: Why would they sell the N1 when they've skipped over so many other Android handsets?


Because Vodafone Group has an agreement with Google to sell the Nexus One and decided to skip the other devices anyway. From a marketing point of view is a great move - get on the Google brand, less boobies this time.

Paul will probably deny anything - he either doesn't know or are required to deny it. Remember how Google got all crazy on Vodafone with the Google logo painted over the body painted girls during the HTC Magic launch?






 

 

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  #304337 4-Mar-2010 11:32

Oh I'm not denying anything. Well, nothing seriously anyway.

I'm neither CONFIRMING nor denying.

We'll launch it (if it exists) when we're good and ready, not when someone decides to say we're launching it.

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#304352 4-Mar-2010 12:19
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 get on the Google brand, less boobies this time.


ROFL! I say more boobies. Just get a release beforehand. 

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  #304368 4-Mar-2010 12:52
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I agree with Ben...

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  #304369 4-Mar-2010 12:53
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sorry about bringing the level down to trademe forums again!

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