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PaulBags
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  #1567133 7-Jun-2016 14:36
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I finally found a hotspot earlier today, but clicking 'connect' didn't work - the networked saved to my wifi list but wouldn't connect at all.

 
 
 

Free kids accounts - trade shares and funds (NZ, US) with Sharesies (affiliate link).
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  #1567161 7-Jun-2016 15:10
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staticnz: And with the voucher code you won't even need to enter a credit card when signing up to Lightbox


For normal (paid) LB accounts you need to enter valid card info before you can watch content. If you don't enter a voucher code when you first sign up, LB assumes you're signing up for a normal account. You can still apply a voucher after creating a normal account and get whatever benefits it provides.


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  #1571230 13-Jun-2016 19:34
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And now we see why they did it (beyond retention) ...

My Motger in Law just rang up saying she's 'out of data' as she's on a seriously limited 40Gb plan that's always had 20Gb spare and never seemed worth increasing. She's gotten into some decent shows and become a self-taught binge-watcher and clocked her cap with 2 weeks to go πŸ˜‚

Spark are about to make more than their $12.99 LB fee from her upgrading her data package, and she's loving being able to watch when she wants to (she works shifts) so a win/win really πŸ˜†



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  #1571320 13-Jun-2016 21:20
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Motger in law . Hope she's nicer to you than mine is to me haha.

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  #1571804 14-Jun-2016 16:46
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Oops, typo of course 😊

She's very nice to me, even shared the lightbox login ;)

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