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# 83899 23-May-2011 16:53
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Is this the new face of telecom mobile.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/5039042/Is-this-the-new-face-of-Telecom-mobile




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  # 473126 23-May-2011 19:13
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Can't say I like it. Better in Telecom blue.




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  # 473137 23-May-2011 19:40
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Pretty ugly, how about Telewood?

 
 
 
 


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  # 473178 23-May-2011 21:19
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Wonder if they're going to franchise the brand out, with 1 Mobile being a Telecom focused equivalent of Vodafone reseller First Mobile?

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  # 473213 23-May-2011 22:32
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If this is some sort of merger with Orange (FR and UK etc..) then maybe they might introduce some of their practices into our mobile market?

Loljk thats not happening.

It does look like a bit of a rip off, and a cheaply done logo. I thought of the BBC Radio 1 logo when I first saw that 1Mobile logo.




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  # 475953 30-May-2011 21:00
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looks like Telecom has registered 1mobile.net.nz and 1mobile.org.nz

edit: why don't they just bring Boost Mobile back? 

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  # 475964 30-May-2011 21:18
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DjShadow: looks like Telecom has registered 1mobile.net.nz and 1mobile.org.nz

edit: why don't they just bring Boost Mobile back? 


Omg yesss I remember boost mobile. They so should.

If they want it to be a network for cost conscious people, they should do a gsm network if possible so cheap old phones can work on it. But I don't think thats going to happen. haha 




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  # 476021 30-May-2011 23:09
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I think Boost is an American brand, and they probably had to pay royalties or something to use the name.

 
 
 
 


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  # 476038 30-May-2011 23:52
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Boost is for burn phones used by pharmaceutical dealers over there I was told. Not the brand you want over here eh ;)




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