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# 136250 20-Nov-2013 14:44
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My 24 month contract with 2degrees still has 9 months to go but I am so sick of the crap that has gone on with them that I am champing at the bit to give them the flick.
The 4G network has really perked my ears and make me seriously look at shifting over ASAP.

Looking at the $99 red plan for 24 months, with the Galaxy S4 and trading in my S3 so I get LTE.
I am wondering if the trade-in value of the S3 will cover breaking my 2degrees contract?

What is 4G working like in Christchurch?




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  # 937950 20-Nov-2013 15:09
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Hi DrDee

Difficult to tell if we don't know the $ value to break the contract also 4G is expanding everyday so what I told you today would be different tomorrow,

Our 4G coverage map is out of date 24 hours after it's updated 4G is even live in lyttelton

John

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  # 937951 20-Nov-2013 15:17
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You can check the value of your S3 here: http://www.vodafone.co.nz/environment/mobile-recycling/





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  # 937952 20-Nov-2013 15:24
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Here is the trade in link

http://tradein.vodafone.co.nz/

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  # 937959 20-Nov-2013 15:29
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Doh! Thanks John




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  # 940027 24-Nov-2013 22:53
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Hi DrDee

I take it you don't read DMs sent to you, " DrDee 21-Nov-2013 12:41 [not read yet] "

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  # 940041 24-Nov-2013 23:58
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His profile probably has not enabled notify of PM and he hasn't seen the yellow envelope spinning circles?




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