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Topic # 53615 11-Dec-2009 14:29
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I'll start off - I got one.




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  Reply # 281511 11-Dec-2009 14:30
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work mate here just got one, I want one!

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  Reply # 281512 11-Dec-2009 14:32
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I got one today, much better than waitiing in line like people were doing yesterday.  Not qutre sure what I'm going to do with it yet.




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  Reply # 281514 11-Dec-2009 14:33
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I got one too, the Telecom branding comes off as it is a sticker.... Hmmmm




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  Reply # 281519 11-Dec-2009 14:39
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Got one too! The validation system was having a spazzing about ten yesterday when I went in to get it.





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  Reply # 281520 11-Dec-2009 14:39
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I got one too




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  Reply # 281521 11-Dec-2009 14:39
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I got one, love it.

Downfall is, the stupid device doesnt work with Mac OSX 10.6 64bit =|

Also, the Telecom sticker is very cheap, but not too worried about that.

the fact its not compatiable with 10.6 64bit is a HUGE downfall.





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  Reply # 281523 11-Dec-2009 14:42
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I got one too yesterday afternoon on my way home from work. Sure Sylvia Park was out of the way a bit, but still made my evening meetings on time :)

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  Reply # 281524 11-Dec-2009 14:46
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Anyone have a Telecom account but doesn't want a Tstick? Tell me! :)

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  Reply # 281526 11-Dec-2009 14:51
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Got mine as soon as the Queen St store opened yesterday. Quite a few people were there right off the bat :)





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  Reply # 281531 11-Dec-2009 15:00
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Aaroona: I got one, love it.

Downfall is, the stupid device doesnt work with Mac OSX 10.6 64bit =|

Also, the Telecom sticker is very cheap, but not too worried about that.

the fact its not compatiable with 10.6 64bit is a HUGE downfall.


Mine works fine with 10.6 64bit?

Agreed about the sticker, have taken mine off...

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  Reply # 281535 11-Dec-2009 15:08
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adamdotclarke:
Aaroona: I got one, love it.

Downfall is, the stupid device doesnt work with Mac OSX 10.6 64bit =|

Also, the Telecom sticker is very cheap, but not too worried about that.

the fact its not compatiable with 10.6 64bit is a HUGE downfall.


Mine works fine with 10.6 64bit?

Agreed about the sticker, have taken mine off...


are you sure you're actually in 64bit mode?

I can get it to work in 32bit SL, but not 64bit.

Did a little bit of research and someone wrote a post saying that its not 64bit compatible.





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  Reply # 281537 11-Dec-2009 15:21
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I thought i was, but apparently I may have been mistaken. Will try again at home tonight and let you know again.

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  Reply # 281538 11-Dec-2009 15:21
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Why and where from?





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  Reply # 281540 11-Dec-2009 15:24
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I got one at 9.05am yesterday - was the second person at the Takapuna retail store to get one.

Yay for me!

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Picked one up yesterday at 9am as the store opened.... was lucky as I had a queue of about 7 or 8 people immediately behind me.

Finally got around to using it. I am sitting in a lounge where my Iphone has no reception (with Voda) and I am getting 4 bars of 3g with Telecom XT!

Did a speedtest to an Auckland server and got 1.1Mb down, 0.11Mb up, 300ms latency. I realise Speedtest isn't the "be all". The speeds aren't fantastic, but more than adequate for browsing and email.

I give it two thumbs up :)

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