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  Reply # 41131 14-Jul-2006 20:54
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The best thing to do if you find the deals are no good is to cancel your account and tell them why.

I realise that a lot of people are trapped on a plan untill vodafone catch up to telecom and let you move prepay<->plan without losing your number, but when they do, call up and change to prepay.

So long as people keep giving them loads of cash they will keep ripping people off like they are. If you think its too expensive then get rid of it. I did and now that I refuse to do any more then $20 every month of topup, its just not that important to me to have money on the phone to waste on overpriced services. 




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  Reply # 41136 14-Jul-2006 21:09
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bring on number portability, so we can all be telco hussies.



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  Reply # 41154 15-Jul-2006 00:07
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HSDPA2006:
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It's not of the end of the world as we know it dude, LMAO.


Would you be saying that if you are on a You Loose plan?




I'm on the Get 300 Plan & if Prepaid customers get bonus deals & I don't, it doesn't worry me at all. It's just not a big deal to me, however you & Simon seem to think it is a big deal, which considering that there are far more serious things in life to worry about, I find your concerns laughable.



To me, money is a big deal.

You're a tosser.

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Reply # 41156 15-Jul-2006 01:38
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And yet another stupid personal attack. How many times does everybody have to be told?

It has to be stopped now.


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