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Ultimate Geek


Topic # 30843 23-Feb-2009 15:43
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I've got a delimma.

We are on a talkzone plan for work, which is 30c/min and I'm on VF traveller.  I'm trying to figure out the best way to get past the $1/min to receive a call and txting vf nz 80c/msg

I was thinking.. as I'm on traveller.  while in aus, I can carry a aus prepay phone which I can callfwd to at the rate of calling an aus mob from nz.

i can use the aus prepay for txting home.

I can use my vf nz cell to call home (vf traveller rate).

Anyone worked out a clever way of roaming and not getting caned by VF NZ

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  Reply # 198256 26-Feb-2009 19:59
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What about a dual sim cell phone - A mate showed me his the other day - He is hopping between aus & here alot at the moment - Has his voda pre pay in one his telstra (Aus) sim in the other,
He got it from'trade meJust did a quick search - Seems like quite a lot out there now.http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/SearchResults.aspx?searchType=all&searchString=dual+sim&x=0&y=0&searchregion=100&type=Search



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  Reply # 198261 26-Feb-2009 20:31
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I love my smart phone too much.  i'm happy to carry a budget nokia for calls/txt.

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