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  Reply # 169065 5-Oct-2008 01:24
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Stop being cheeky nate, stating a customer must purchase a new simcard once the old one is faulty is hardly contracting out of the CGA. Then again one could argue anything given the right circumstances. As you say, problem solved. I was just clarifying Vodafone's official position.

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Reply # 169089 5-Oct-2008 12:14
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Cheeky?! My intention was to clarify the legal position when it was suggested that there were no guarantees under law!

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