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Topic # 151025 11-Aug-2014 14:06
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Since the Telecom rebrand, my carrier has changed to "Spark NZ" from "Skinny" on my 4S. But I noticed the wife's el cheapo Android phone hasn't. Just wondering what the norm is.

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  Reply # 1106512 11-Aug-2014 14:45
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Telecom NZ on Lumia 1020 on Telecom Business On Account



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  Reply # 1106514 11-Aug-2014 14:47
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Well I didn't expect THAT!

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  Reply # 1106589 11-Aug-2014 16:25
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*Nobody* expects the Sparkish Inquisition!

//I am so sorry




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  Reply # 1106593 11-Aug-2014 16:32
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SaltyNZ: *Nobody* expects the Sparkish Inquisition!

//I am so sorry


It had to be done.




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  Reply # 1107050 12-Aug-2014 13:53
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Something went wrong with iPhone carrier profiles. They're working on fixing it

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  Reply # 1107077 12-Aug-2014 14:29
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Hope they include the 4G option while fixing it...

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  Reply # 1109316 15-Aug-2014 21:25
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I don't care if they fix the word spark or skinny but please fix 4g for iPhones! Gosh

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  Reply # 1110669 18-Aug-2014 17:15
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Mine just changed back to "Skinny".

Edit: Back to Spark again.



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  Reply # 1110852 18-Aug-2014 21:49
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After a reboot my 4S shows Skinny as it acquires a signal then seconds later switches to Spark NZ.

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  Reply # 1110903 18-Aug-2014 23:13
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Carrier bundle update.. soon..

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