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Topic # 26472 23-Sep-2008 21:22
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So it's been so long that the old thread has been locked.

Any progress here?

Cheers

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Reply # 167825 29-Sep-2008 20:37
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Cant agree more..... its been so long, the novelty and thought of having an Iphone is starting to wear of and now seriously thinking of maybe just upgrading my Nokia. Quiet simply another Vodafone disappointment. Why release a plan such as Vodafone family just prior to the launch of Iphone?, Did Vodafone not expect that people would want to use this service with the Iphone, and have it prepared and ready to implement at Iphone launch.

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Reply # 167869 29-Sep-2008 23:58
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Watch this space, you might just get what you want. Wink

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 167882 30-Sep-2008 01:55
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Have you visited the Vodafone Forums directly??




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  Reply # 169568 7-Oct-2008 13:25
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psychrn: Have you visited the Vodafone Forums directly??


Yea, here's my thread there.

Tis getting a bit frustrating. I wonder how far away visual voicemail is as well?

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Reply # 170953 13-Oct-2008 21:11
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I think we need Vodafone Family and iphone plans: Part III..... this is becoming the never ending vodafone saga, meanwhile all those that did want the iphone while keeping their family plan, have lost interest and gone elsewhere.. Would be interesting to see what the sales figures are for the Iphone, can only assume they are well below expectations.

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  Reply # 171056 14-Oct-2008 12:17
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Tis getting a bit frustrating. I wonder how far away visual voicemail is as well?


+1 on the keen for visual voicemail!

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