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Topic # 57575 17-Feb-2010 19:21
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Does anyone know if Telecom is still giving away the free data sticks or has that offer ended?

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  Reply # 299888 17-Feb-2010 19:28
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When I looked a few weeks ago at my local Leading Edge they still had some, I saw some at Dick Smith as well. The stick itself is free, you pay $30 for the data.

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  Reply # 299899 17-Feb-2010 19:38
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Harvey Norman stores have them as well for $29.99 with no requirement to present a Telecom bill to get this unlike the original Telecom promo.

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  Reply # 299908 17-Feb-2010 19:45
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Was the whole thing just a stock clearing exercise? If it's still going they must have had a few to give away!

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  Reply # 299939 17-Feb-2010 21:22
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corksta: Was the whole thing just a stock clearing exercise? If it's still going they must have had a few to give away!


Maybe.

I thought it was a brilliant ploy to get people on their data network.  I've gotten rid of my Vodafone data card and use my T-stick more and more.  Can't argue with the fantastic speeds.

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  Reply # 299955 17-Feb-2010 21:55
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Would pay to ring around the stores, the promo was on as long as they had stock of the orginal sticks on promo.

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