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Topic # 7504 19-Apr-2006 23:49
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I heard a murmur today "You Choose" will shortly be re-released but with different contract options.... IE no term, 12 months, 24 months. Can anyone elaborate ?

While I've been a user of mainly Telecom, My current travels through the north and south island have shown 021 coverage to be at least as good and more often better which came as a surprise. Unless I get a certain role, I will be using 021 with vodafone 3G data as backup if You Choose goes contractless.. I don't TXT much so am not worried bout capped sms.

I have been very happy with Telecom but voda just have the better cheaper plans and way better hardware.

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Reply # 33434 19-Apr-2006 23:56
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If they offer it on open term/no term... I'd hop on it.

Until then - they can take their 24 month contract and you know the rest.




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Reply # 33446 20-Apr-2006 06:48
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I'd swap too but not while they have that stupid 24 month contract.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 33537 21-Apr-2006 03:03
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I'd hop on too from my prepay. So would two of my friends.  Come on Vodafone.

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