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Reply # 39665 26-Jun-2006 16:51
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Why don't they say we are just keeping the service until we advise its going to end

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  Reply # 39666 26-Jun-2006 16:53
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Forever is a very long time




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  Reply # 39667 26-Jun-2006 16:56
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Even more reason to GO27 Wink









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  Reply # 39671 26-Jun-2006 17:12
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johnr: Why don't they say we are just keeping the service until we advise its going to end


Because then customers know it could end at anytime and may not connect for the risk of it being taken away.

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  Reply # 39809 27-Jun-2006 14:57
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To be honest i'm kinda disappointed. I was going to use telecom scrapping it to justify buying a new phone and changing to VF




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  Reply # 39833 27-Jun-2006 16:31
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I'm staying for the $10 texting, faster mobile data and i love my 6265

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  Reply # 39864 27-Jun-2006 21:59
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YIPPEEE! Not that I use TXT much but still a very positive move. At least $10 500 TXT cap is a tangible deal that seems to last a long time ahead, unlike some others.......

Bet there is a lot of happy people jumping for joy today..

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