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# 77802 22-Feb-2011 21:47
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I have a 1.2m VSAT terminal (data and voice) available to deploy into the earthquake zone if any network providers are interested, to assist in restoring comms for the people in christchurch. Let me know. Would have to get it to Christchurch from the Bay of Plenty. End user would have to pay for the Sat Bandwidth. Anyone close to Vodafone networks reading this please let them know. ohtwoonethreeohsixtwosevenfive

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Master Geek

  # 443208 24-Feb-2011 22:32
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magnet: ohtwoonethreeohsixtwosevenfive

It took me a minute, but that's the cellphone number Laughing

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  # 443224 24-Feb-2011 23:17
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sharp as a nail ;-)


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Master Geek

  # 443366 25-Feb-2011 12:10
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Vodafone have a partnership with Farmside.

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  # 443526 25-Feb-2011 21:23
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You make your bed, you sleep in it...

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Uber Geek

  # 443533 25-Feb-2011 22:17
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Blindspot: Vodafone have a partnership with Farmside.

Only to make their 3g prices and speeds look better in comparison Laughing  

Most problems are the result of previous solutions...

All comment's I make are my own personal opinion and do not in any way, shape or form reflect the views of current or former employers unless specifically stated 

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Uber Geek

  # 443535 25-Feb-2011 22:21
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magnet: sharp as a nail ;-)

wewt i worked it out too ! :D

gz ftw

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