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  Reply # 144333 8-Jul-2008 10:04
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Haha. How to overload a weberver in 1 easy step.. start pasting random Vodafone links in GZ at 10am when a media release is due :P

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  Reply # 144334 8-Jul-2008 10:05
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www.vodafone.co.nz is under DDOS attack from feverish Geekzoners....

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 144336 8-Jul-2008 10:06
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rixth: Crashed, or seems like


Looks like GeekZone is getting a hammering too with upset iPhoners :P

My speculation was in fact correct.
Now lets see how long it takes, and see if i was right again :P






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  Reply # 144337 8-Jul-2008 10:07
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rixth: Crashed, or seems like


Looks like GeekZone is getting a hammering too with upset iPhoners :P

My speculation was in fact correct.
Now lets see how long it takes, and see if i was right again :P

Aaroona: 1. get up at 9.55
2. rub your eyes at 9.55
3. walk to your computer (without running into anything9.57
4. sit down and turn it on, so another 2 minutes.
5. load the vodafone website.
6. wait for 30minutes while vodafones servers untangle themselves.
7. wait even longer for vodafone to actually post the information.. by this time it'll be about 10.40-10.50





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  Reply # 144338 8-Jul-2008 10:07
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Great, shows how easy it's going to be to buy one of these bad boys online come Thursday night Laughing

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  Reply # 144339 8-Jul-2008 10:07
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They'd be running around like headless chickens at the Vodafone data-centre right now I'm sure :)

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  Reply # 144341 8-Jul-2008 10:09
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I suppose I should put everyone out of their misery:

http://mothership.co.nz/blog/index.php/2008/07/08/iphone-rate-plans/

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  Reply # 144342 8-Jul-2008 10:09
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1gb - $250!! OUCH!!!! the 250mb plan is somewat reasonable, id be more happy with the 500mb plan but not the cost of it!

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  Reply # 144343 8-Jul-2008 10:09
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gehenna: They'd be running around like headless chickens at the Vodafone data-centre right now I'm sure :)


Haha! someone tripped on the wire.

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  Reply # 144344 8-Jul-2008 10:09

Looks like GeekZone is getting a hammering too with upset iPhoners :P


GOod to know it's not just me

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  Reply # 144345 8-Jul-2008 10:11

Those iphone plans have heaps of mins attached.. look pretty good value

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  Reply # 144346 8-Jul-2008 10:11
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freitasm:
iPhone Specific PlansiPhone 250iPhone 500iPhone 1GB
Cost per Month$80$130$250
Included Minutes120250600
Included TXT600600600
Included Data250 MB500 MB1 GB


No way! Vodafone have just done the reach around! No way would I pay even the lowest plan price and be fixed into a @ year contract!

Wow Vodafone way to lose customers!

250Mb that is a joke!

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