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Topic # 28566 4-Dec-2008 16:06
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Is there any possibility that the charge for subscribing not be in USD? With the NZ dollar so low it makes it a lot more expensive then it would have been a couple of months ago. Seems a bit of a pain to have to pay for something that is run out of NZ in US currencyUndecided







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Reply # 182051 4-Dec-2008 16:16
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Agree, would be much nicer if GZ Subs were paid in NZD thanks for your attention to the matter MF

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  Reply # 182143 4-Dec-2008 22:01
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Or, have both - then we can choose whichever is better value at the time ;)




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  Reply # 186322 27-Dec-2008 22:26
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Can we pay in Zimbabwean dollars? Would make things a lot easier.

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