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Topic # 25142 13-Aug-2008 11:37
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Could the only time you will see Vodafone and Telecom logos on the same web page. I wonder how long this will last....

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  Reply # 156534 13-Aug-2008 11:38
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Oops..

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  Reply # 156537 13-Aug-2008 11:45
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I guess someone pressed the big red button that said 'Do not press!'...




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  Reply # 156543 13-Aug-2008 12:03
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  Reply # 156545 13-Aug-2008 12:10
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I'm surprized that they are advertizing Vodafone products on a Telecom website..




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  Reply # 156551 13-Aug-2008 12:36
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old3eyes: I'm surprized that they are advertizing Vodafone products on a Telecom website..

The competition exists and are not going away, why not take their money?

The general 'red' look of the page doesn't help yahxtras branding though.




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