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#4473 23-Jul-2005 22:06
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If you are reading this message, you'll know what I'm talking about.
I wish to hook up a mobile through the fantastic rates they offer. I need a IBO number to use so I may connect a phone. They told me the owner of the IBO gets spending points.

I'll remove this post when someone pm's me with a number.

Thanks guys.

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#17030 25-Jul-2005 13:10
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WFT is 'IBO' anyway? A Google search reveals many links, but precious little info about what IBO actually is.

What mobile plan are you getting? There may be a way to get it without an IBO number...

PM some details if you like.

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#17031 25-Jul-2005 13:31
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I guess it's the IBO (Independent Business Owner) stuff from Amway. I think there's a special plan for this group (like others) and the IBO number will get you in the plan, plus get bonus for the referral.





 

 

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#17032 25-Jul-2005 13:36
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One of the Amway plans has 2000 (yes - two thousand) included OP minutes. I cant remember the monthly cost, but its not a lot.

AFAIK Amway is actually Telcoms biggest mob cust.







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