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#34166 20-May-2009 11:22
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Vast majority of my friends and contacts are on Telecoms mobile network... probably 95% or so. I live in Hawkes Bay.

Vodafone customers seem to be the minority around here? Perhaps they have a disproportionately high representation in the big cities?







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  #216266 20-May-2009 11:32
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60% Vodafone
30% Telecom
10% Other

I'm in Christchurch

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  #216271 20-May-2009 11:44
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At a quick glance of my Outlook contacts:


64% 021
36% 027


Though any of those could be on any network!


I'm in Auckland Central.

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  #216275 20-May-2009 11:53
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i'm in christchurch with probably 90% of my contacts being telecom, myself being on telecom also



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  #216276 20-May-2009 11:56
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Auckland, 95% Vodafone




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  #216277 20-May-2009 11:56
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Auckland City
65% Vodafone
35% Telecom




that would be an ecumenical matter

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  #216284 20-May-2009 12:11
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95% Vodafone. Auckland City




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  #216285 20-May-2009 12:12
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Wellington
90% Telecom
And me on Telecom

That old CDMA network....



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  #216296 20-May-2009 12:33
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Whakatane, I'm on Telecom.

42% Vodafone
21% Telecom
37% Other (mainly USA)

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  #216308 20-May-2009 13:12
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Invercargill
30% Vodafone
70% telecom

And im on vodafone

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  #216312 20-May-2009 13:17
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100% Vodafone. Out of principal I wouldn't be friends with anyone on telecom hehe

In reality probably close to 100% Vodafone anyway in NZ with others on overseas networks.

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  #216332 20-May-2009 14:19
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Auckland, 85% on vodafone mobile

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  #216339 20-May-2009 14:37
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When I was doing VoIP phone system sales, 95% of the businesses I met with were Vodafone (which was perfect because at the time we only stocked Vodafone CTUs).


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  #216341 20-May-2009 14:42
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Pukekohe! Very very high percentage Vodafone/B+W, in the 90%+ range

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  #216351 20-May-2009 15:06
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Auckland 99% Vodafone contacts.

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  #216352 20-May-2009 15:13
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~95% Telecom ~5% Vodafone

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