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# 12880 11-Apr-2007 12:36
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hey vodafone,can you add a feature where in the vodafone warriors rugby league section in vodafone live,have a feature where we pay $1 to send a message to the vodafone warriors coach ivan cleary please.
 myself and alot of my friends would like to do this. and hey,you will make alot of money by offering this service. it should not take too long to implement a service like this vodafone. it will give some interactivity to the vodafone warriors vodafone live service.

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  # 66788 11-Apr-2007 13:20
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Just set up a short code number, redirect it to some unsuspecting victim and charge your mates $5 to send them a message including anything they want!

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  # 66791 11-Apr-2007 13:45
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You write this as if you're writting a direct letter to Vodafone. If you want to contact Vodafone directly with a response, go to their website and send them feedback.

I can't see Vodafone reading this and then deciding, "hey this kid is right, we can make maybe $150 a month from this service... woot"

 
 
 
 


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# 66793 11-Apr-2007 14:00
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Please tell me what you would like to send Ivan and the team

I need a good laugh

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# 66795 11-Apr-2007 14:20
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I agree with JohnR I need a laugh as well

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  # 66809 11-Apr-2007 15:45
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 Why dont you join on the onetribe website?? I doubt this will be a service Vodafone will take on.

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  # 66817 11-Apr-2007 16:30
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simon14: You write this as if you're writting a direct letter to Vodafone. If you want to contact Vodafone directly with a response, go to their website and send them feedback.

I can't see Vodafone reading this and then deciding, "hey this kid is right, we can make maybe $150 a month from this service... woot"

I wouldn't bother sending them feedback via their site, they dont respond.
 




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  # 66821 11-Apr-2007 16:55
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It would seem Telecom have just launched a service where you can text the Warriors players and staff your messages of support.

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/NokiaRocks/2636

 
 
 
 


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# 66824 11-Apr-2007 17:07
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bradstewart: It would seem Telecom have just launched a service where you can text the Warriors players and staff your messages of support.

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/NokiaRocks/2636


ROFL

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# 66825 11-Apr-2007 17:09
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It comes from a very reliable source lol. stacey start texting....

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# 66830 11-Apr-2007 17:24
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bradstewart: It would seem Telecom have just launched a service where you can text the Warriors players and staff your messages of support.

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/NokiaRocks/2636


Irresponsible. Knowing that Geekzone blogs get on Google News and other sources, posting something like this without any base is just not funny.





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# 66838 11-Apr-2007 18:13
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Still very funny

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# 66839 11-Apr-2007 18:21
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freitasm:
bradstewart: It would seem Telecom have just launched a service where you can text the Warriors players and staff your messages of support.

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/NokiaRocks/2636


Irresponsible. Knowing that Geekzone blogs get on Google News and other sources, posting something like this without any base is just not funny.



It will be in the Herald tomorrow so hold on to your hats.....oh hold on the Herald does not need made up stories they do that themselves.

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# 66847 11-Apr-2007 19:11
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And we put down MSM for inaccuracies? This just adds further ammo to their cause... and it will cause headaches for Telecom CSR's having to advise users that it was not an actual press release if anyone asks.




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