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# 268606 30-Oct-2009 15:50
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W00t!  I don't use it much but it is nice to have there just in case, like when Paradise.net's DNS servers (.4/.12) went bye-bye yesterday.

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  # 273373 16-Nov-2009 07:49
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Has anyone heard anything about this yet? That link said "In the next couple of days" about 3 weeks ago.

 
 
 
 


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  # 273383 16-Nov-2009 08:54
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mch_nz:
tonyhughes:
mch_nz: This deal would be much sweeter if 3g was actually available and reliable in the Wellington CBD....

Are you saying 3G is not available in the Wellington CBD?

Expect to be called up on that one.


Yep, 3G coverage seems to drop so often that it is unusable. Lambon Quay office, direct line of sight to Voda on Midland. And it just dropped again now while I'm typing this reply.


Odd cause IS-HO 3G-->2G to now disabled acorss all RNCs for packet data

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  # 273407 16-Nov-2009 09:52
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Yea no updates on that Twitter post that I've seen, been looking for it myself regularly with no luck

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  # 274068 17-Nov-2009 23:05
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Actually, Paul - just to say that the current 3GB/pxt cap is working great since you guys launched it.

I hope it continues, as it puts the constant thought of "Oh, I need to check if I am near my mobile data limit" at rest to a thing of the past.

Thanks

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  # 275988 24-Nov-2009 22:52
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Just saw on Vodafone's Twitter page http://twitter.com/vodafoneNZ that the 3GB/100PXT deal is really ending at the end of this month (Nov) and it's going back to 250mb and you can purchase extra data?

Could you please clarify with as many details as you can about what is going to happen at the end of the month please Paul?

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  # 275990 24-Nov-2009 23:01
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I wish Telecom still had that $600 deal right now

 
 
 
 


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  # 276122 25-Nov-2009 11:03

We'll be offering a data add-on for those that want to tether... will announce pricing etc in the days ahead.

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  # 276132 25-Nov-2009 11:16
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PaulBrislen: We'll be offering a data add-on for those that want to tether... will announce pricing etc in the days ahead.

cheers

Paul



Great, another add-on... Undecided








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  # 277598 29-Nov-2009 21:48
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Here is the announcement: http://forum.vodafone.co.nz/topic/4069-vodafone-launches-1gb-data-add-on-for-smart-phone-plans/

$50 for one GB? That is too much I think.

I'm going to re-calculate who will be the cheapest mobile provider for myself again soon, I think I may have to change because of the 3GB/100 pxt deal ending now! :S

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