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# 33172 1-May-2009 19:18
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I did lol at this
http://3gmadeeasy.vodafone.co.nz/3G_tutorials/All_3G_Made_Easy_Videos/Vid_3_Billy_Bob_watches_You_Tube

Honestly no troll, I think most people would agree that vid makes voda look like clowns.

We got Richard hammond, freaking fighter jets and flash cars on one hand and on the other we got Billy Bob, bad comedy and a boring wait for a Youtube buffer.

Can't say XT network will be faster but can say voda are nubs for putting that up given the increasingly competitive mobile market. 

{MOD EDIT : SP : Moved to Vodafone forum and titled thread more appropriately}



 

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  # 211336 1-May-2009 19:34
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A little silly you must say. Unless that video is depicting Vodafone customers, who are dumb enough to pay their high fees all these years and accept poor billing and customer service in general?



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  # 211400 1-May-2009 21:45
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Yeah if you consider that the video is taking the piss out of customers it's even worse. Voda customers aren't idiots they just haven't had decent choice, hopefully XT network with sims etc. will change that.


 
 
 
 


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  # 211414 1-May-2009 21:57
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There is prizes for most viewed video, so perhaps just attention seeking

Who wouldnt do the same for a free netbook & N85

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  # 211415 1-May-2009 21:57
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Nice video and understand your point, but why list this in the Telecom thread? Shouldn't it belong over in Vodafone?



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  # 211455 1-May-2009 22:39
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I'm an excited XT fanboy. I'm a long term lurker on these forums but a new poster and decided posting in this forum would be less controversial. Happy for admin to move the thread...





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  # 211891 3-May-2009 17:08
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What about this one?

I can't stop laughing at his voice....

 
 
 
 


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  # 211967 3-May-2009 22:13
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"Some of those videos are awful." This is what happens when you try to make a viral video for $ not love.

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