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Topic # 9355 11-Sep-2006 07:09
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It seems that the Dominion Post has taken an interest in Freitasm's initial experiences of Vodafone's HSDPA.

It will be interesting to see what, if anything, gets launched tomorrow in the way of data plan caps and pricing.

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  Reply # 45789 11-Sep-2006 07:53
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Woohoo... everyone who is going to the GZ06, better get his autograph and keep it... Mauricio may one day turn "Bill Gate" of New Zealand. hehe...




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Reply # 45790 11-Sep-2006 08:04
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Hmmm. Not sure about being the Bill Gates here. There are a lot of candidates and some good ones... But let's see how this Vodafone thing turns out.

Tomorrow we will find out more. I have a meeting with their national product manager and then the drinks for the official launch. More to come...





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Reply # 45794 11-Sep-2006 09:09
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Photo in the paper = your shout.

I propose a get-together on Saturday to accomplish this... any takers (rofl)




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  Reply # 45797 11-Sep-2006 09:39
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Ugh... bizarre headline, surname spelt wrong and a factual error I believe (the importation of the card). It was a bit of scoop too, but it doesn't look like the Dompost understood that.




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Reply # 45798 11-Sep-2006 10:01
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The card is imported, and it's from the UK. If you check the antenna it's blue (O2 colours), which is not the usual Sierra Wireless red (the colour change is because O2 wanted it to be different Vodafone's red).

I can't say exactly who arranged that card to me, now, can I?





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  Reply # 45799 11-Sep-2006 10:04
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I know, I know... but the correct way to put it would've been something like "an imported card" without referring to whoever it was that actually brought it into the country.

May seem like an inconsequential thing, but I believe in getting things right as much as possible.




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Reply # 45820 11-Sep-2006 12:05
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I was going buy the paper today, but when I went to check the mailbox I found a free copy - they are giving away free prints in this area today. Nice!





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Reply # 45821 11-Sep-2006 12:22
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What kind of Geek runs Windows XP on his laptop? Any self respecting geek would have an obscure linux distro that supports absolutely nothing. </ends trolling>

Any way good to get some more exposure there.... the first decent article i've seen from DomPost/Stuff

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Where are these new plans?

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