VF and Telecom, IMO, aren't that much different from each other - can't see why people argue on the matter
freitasm: There's actually a Fake Fake Steve Jobs blog around...
jdbob:freitasm: There's actually a Fake Fake Steve Jobs blog around...
Yup - http://fakesteve.blogspot.com/
I wonder if it's the real Steve Jobs, Fake Steve Jobs or Even Faker Steve Jobs? :-)
informationminister:johnr: I catch a train from middlemore hospital to Britomart every week day morning and its full of teenage kids and I would say %90 have GSM handsets and I would say %50 of the %90 are 3G (WCDMA) handsets!Is that because they keep waving them around trying to get signal. Or every 5 minutes they loose all signal and you get a lot of people saying 'hello, can you hear me? Hello!!?!?'
By the way, it that spinning cell site in Wellington really meant to spin off the building?
adamj: I'm 21 and I have a phone on both network. Both have their advantages. My CDMA phone (On Flexi Mytime) gives me really good off-peak pricing without having to worry about how many minutes I have used (I was previously on a 'Go Mytime' plan, and flexi is, IMO, much better than those (now grandfathered) plans, as well as the new 'Freetime' plans.
My Voda is on a You Choose plan which gives me a good peak time minute rate, bestmate and much simpler roaming.
All 3 people in my household have a phone on each network for similar reasons.