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Topic # 13183 26-Apr-2007 14:25
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From their press release today:


Telecom is extending its popular $10TXT until March 2010.

With $10TXT Telecom customers can send up to 500 text messages each month to any mobile in New Zealand and pay no more than $10.

“$10TXT has proven to be a big draw-card for New Zealanders. We want to give our customers the guarantee that they can continue to text on the same great deal for the next three years,” says Telecom GM for Consumer Marketing Kevin Bowler.

“Because $10TXT is applicable to texts sent to all mobiles in New Zealand it also means our customers can text all their friends and family in New Zealand – not just their Telecom ones – without worrying about cost.”

All Telecom mobile consumer customers* are eligible for $10TXT no matter what consumer plan they are on.

How $10TXT works

There is no monthly minimum fee or need to sign up. All customers on Telecom prepaid and post paid plans qualify for $10TXT.

Texts are priced at 20c each up to 50 texts per month. The next 450 are free. Texts over 500 in a given month are then charged at 20c each.







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Reply # 68563 26-Apr-2007 16:32
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are you sure? yes/no answer

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Reply # 68566 26-Apr-2007 16:50
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I wondered about this the other day as the end of 2007 was drawing very close and they usually make an announcment at may/june. but 2010, that's very forward thinking!

Of course just remember that the boost TXTdeals and megatxt are NOT guaranteed, as recent change showed. It was certainly advantageous to all but the insane txtaholics whom should really be doing something better with their time anyway.



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Reply # 68589 26-Apr-2007 20:08
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joe5600: are you sure? yes/no answer


I think you could ask this from a lot of people... But from my posts?





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  Reply # 68949 30-Apr-2007 17:43
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your just another person to me.




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Reply # 68955 30-Apr-2007 18:58
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Reply # 68956 30-Apr-2007 19:15
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Don't worry Mauricio you have a little bit of credibility from the rest of us!! More credibility than those that insist on forgetting every gramatical and spelling rule.


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Reply # 68959 30-Apr-2007 19:33
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joe5600:

your just another person to me.


Your just another person with the following links under their name to me...

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  Reply # 68973 30-Apr-2007 20:41
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is that ment to intimidate me?

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Reply # 68976 30-Apr-2007 20:51
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lol!





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  Reply # 68977 30-Apr-2007 20:54
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joe5600: is that ment to intimidate me?

No its not ment to intimidate you at all. In popular internet culture, a smiley signifies the intention of statement - note my big rolling around laughing smiley I added!

I have never threatened anyone with being banned. We either ban or we dont.

I just found what you said funny, and thought it was worth some parody! (Certainly not looking to ban you!)

Good on Telecom for extending the promo so long!







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  Reply # 69103 1-May-2007 18:05
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good



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Reply # 69111 1-May-2007 18:53
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Really, if you didn't trust my first post and I am just someone else, why would trust the confirmation post from another user?

I've seen you around here for a while, and some of the posts were, well, interesting. I think you got a lot of help from other users here and you should by now have formed an opinion.





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fair enough opinion piece

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