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Topic # 111956 21-Nov-2012 01:49
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http://www.grabone.co.nz/home/skinny-mobile/
Update: other deals too!

$50 for $100 credit
$20 for $40 credit
$99 for 7.2mbps USB Modem (worth $49) with $100 credit 
$149 for Nokia C2-01 (worth $69) with $160 credit
$199 for Nokia X3 (worth $99) with $210 credit
$209 for Huawei Sonic (worth $139) with $210 credit

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  Reply # 720505 21-Nov-2012 08:13
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Beat me to it! Nice deal, I'll be getting one of those.

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  Reply # 720553 21-Nov-2012 09:14
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http://www.grabone.co.nz/home/skinny-mobile

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 721647 23-Nov-2012 07:39
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Mine turned up today. There also appears to be a freebie of an extra 44mb data on $4 combos over the summer - even better!

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  Reply # 721663 23-Nov-2012 08:38
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I ordered mine at 5 to midnight. Just sneaked in before the deal ended. Thanks for the heads up guys.

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  Reply # 721912 23-Nov-2012 15:48
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Bought one to keep my daughter going for a good six months. Bloody annoyed I didnt see, or know about, the extra 44Mb a week because I would've bought a phone as well for my wife.

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