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Topic # 86634 10-Jul-2011 22:28
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  Reply # 491801 10-Jul-2011 22:54
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These look good.
When i use my 2degrees credit up (after being with them for 3 weeks and sick of the absolutely abyssmal coverage) I'll be considering these when i rejoin XT.



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  Reply # 491805 10-Jul-2011 23:04
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I understand what you are saying I had the same trouble with degrees that's why I changed back to Telecom XT. I would rather pay the money for the coverage and speed that the XT network provides me with. Did you know you can reactive your old telecom sim card? if you want to come back to Telecom Just call 123 give them your telecom sim number and your 2degrees sim number and they will switch you back. To the Smart Phone Network Telecom XT now with more vaule

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  Reply # 491815 10-Jul-2011 23:31
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http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=85992

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  Reply # 493151 14-Jul-2011 00:39
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I cant say im impressed. The 2deg seems to be a much better deal for $19 
Although you guys do raise a good point about the coverage.




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