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Topic # 59776 12-Apr-2010 14:56
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Just got a question for any of the vodafone guys here. I was looking at getting the new iphone 3gs as vodafone had a good discount going for the 130 plan (handset was 199, now 399) apperently the 199 was a limited time offer and I didn't realise it was limited time so I've missed it.
Question is, will this be repeated or another similar discount offered soon? I'm gutted I didn't act at the time but after starting a new business and everything cash flow is hindering my toy buying potential. Cheers for any help

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  Reply # 317360 12-Apr-2010 15:06
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Hi red,

are you sure you weren't looking at the 8GB 3G model instead? that one is $199 on the 130 plan.





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Reply # 317363 12-Apr-2010 15:10
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yeah mate, positive! the 8gb 3g was free and the 16gb 3gs was 199 on the 130 plan. was just told it was a "limited time offer" but didn't realise that the other week when I saw it

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  Reply # 317419 12-Apr-2010 17:07
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http://www.vodafone.co.nz/iphone/16gb-iphone-3gs.jsp


Still a pretty good deal for a $1300 phone!




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  Reply # 317421 12-Apr-2010 17:11
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yeah no doubt about that! just not good enough for me right now under current conditions is all.

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  Reply # 317422 12-Apr-2010 17:13
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What is that saying " Those that snooze lose "

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  Reply # 317920 13-Apr-2010 17:14
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Just following up as I gotta give credit where it's due.

I found vodafone had failed to remove their google ad regarding this offer so I sent a screen shot of it to Paul Brislen and today someone rang me to offer the 3gs for 199 on the 130 plan as advertised.

so nice one vodafone! thanks alot.

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  Reply # 319241 16-Apr-2010 10:16
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JB Hi-Fi are still advertising the 3GS at $199 with the $130 plan as well, it is on their homepage.

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