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# 99889 29-Mar-2012 11:29
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Can we expect the same from Snap as Orcon and Slingshot?

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  # 601820 29-Mar-2012 11:32
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just tweeted snap, hoping for a response :)



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# 602562 30-Mar-2012 15:04
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The silence on this one is deafening

 
 
 
 


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  # 602725 30-Mar-2012 21:02
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They posted on twitter that they were looking into it, but nothing has been announced yet.

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  # 602727 30-Mar-2012 21:09
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Yeah I got the same answer on Facebook.

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  # 604195 2-Apr-2012 22:04
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Hi All, yes we are going to zero rate quickflix, will be free 4 all at no additional cost. Will provide a date that this will start from soon!




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  # 604286 3-Apr-2012 08:08
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cool well done snap.

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  # 604293 3-Apr-2012 08:20
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That is good news.
Is there anything else that is unmetered on Snap. If the information is on the website, I applogise, but I can't seem to see it.

 
 
 
 


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  # 604314 3-Apr-2012 08:52
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isky, tvnzondemand and Steam if you use Snaps cache are all unmetered




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  # 604488 3-Apr-2012 12:57
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RalphFromSnap: Hi All, yes we are going to zero rate quickflix, will be free 4 all at no additional cost. Will provide a date that this will start from soon!


Wooohoo Thanks Snap..

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