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# 82472 29-Apr-2011 22:22
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we've had it with Vodafone coverage issues, dropped calls, stalled data and what not and have finally managed to get out of our contracts without ETC's. 
We have 10 iPhones that we are bringing over to XT, but it appears the $600 credit promotion is over - i queried XT as to whether they had any similar promotions to reward us coming over, but they only have standard $266.66 porting credit which wont cover the costs Vodafone are likely to charge us for the handsets (waiting to hear how much that will be).

Anyone out there know of any "secret" deals to ask for?

also any horror stories of moving from Vodafone to XT?
or XT coverage issues?
(mainly Takaouna & Mt. Eden auckland) 

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  # 463868 29-Apr-2011 22:56
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All I can say is wait a couple days and see what next week brings! ;)

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  # 463869 29-Apr-2011 22:57
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Maybe with 10 mobiles you might qualify to get a Gen-i Manager, Talk to them and maybe they could do you a deal?

 
 
 
 




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  # 464292 1-May-2011 22:11
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scorpiworld: All I can say is wait a couple days and see what next week brings! ;)



Hmmmm intriguing. Go on, give us a hint....
I'll keep my ear to the ground then and wait a couple days....

Thx for the heads up



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  # 464293 1-May-2011 22:12
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boby55: Maybe with 10 mobiles you might qualify to get a Gen-i Manager, Talk to them and maybe they could do you a deal?


Good idea, I'll try that tmrw. Cheers

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  # 464298 1-May-2011 22:27
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grayskull:
scorpiworld: All I can say is wait a couple days and see what next week brings! ;)



Hmmmm intriguing. Go on, give us a hint....
I'll keep my ear to the ground then and wait a couple days....

Thx for the heads up


No hint needed, the offer has gone live! :) 
www.telecom.co.nz/simoffer



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  # 464306 1-May-2011 22:41
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Cheers - that's more like it :)
Hopefully it's available on their business talk zero type plans too - I'll find out tmrw.
Thx

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