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Topic # 5291 16-Oct-2005 23:58
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Folks, I have a 512MB Lexar SD card and a 256MB Kingston SD card to giveaway.

Please post on this thread with your answer to "Why I like visiting Geekzone?". I will do a random draw and select two winners. I will then contact those via e-mail and confirm address, etc.

The competition closes Thursday 20 October when I lock this thread. Good luck.





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Reply # 21597 17-Oct-2005 06:55
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"Why I like Geekzone?"

1/ I become educated - some clever people roam these halls

2/ I get discount for buying software for my harrier

3/ It is non threatening

cheers




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Reply # 21598 17-Oct-2005 07:10
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"Why I like Geekzone"

1. I am kept up to date with the latest info from a New Zealand based website.
2. I can get support information for my Harrier.
3. I can compare losts of mobiles in the New Zealand context, not an overseas version or network

Cheers

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 21599 17-Oct-2005 07:24
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Two Geekzone attributes readily come to mind--site variety and software discounts!

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Reply # 21600 17-Oct-2005 07:49
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1) COS GEEKZONE IS DA BEST!
2) COS Mauricio has Chrysler Cruizer GT with the number plate GEEKZ1
3) COS Geekzone got mentioned several times in newspaper/online news/or referred by other tech supports too!
4) COS Geekzone delivers most up to date information about mobile devices etc.
5) COS I'm a geek too.




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Reply # 21604 17-Oct-2005 08:47

its a good place for a domestic catch up on what is happening,
there is goo topical discussion about technology that interests me
you get good news announcements first, (andthey appear on new.google.co.nz)
its also free from spam and cr*p


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Reply # 21617 17-Oct-2005 12:06
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I think the biggest plus is that its local!
It covers my favorite subject - Mobile devices
The forums are a great place to get help and information.

Its all good.

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Reply # 21621 17-Oct-2005 14:25
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Its troll-free (relatively)
Its NZ based
Its focus is on mobile technology (area which I'm interested in)
Its informative




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Reply # 21622 17-Oct-2005 14:35
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I'm a geek.





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Reply # 21634 17-Oct-2005 17:39
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"Why I like Geekzone"
its got upto date news
the forums are a must have daily fix




that would be an ecumenical matter



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Reply # 21794 20-Oct-2005 12:26
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Just closed the thread and I have the winners:

Chiefie gets the 512MB SD Card
Cokemaster gets the 256MB SD Card

Congratulations!




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