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  Reply # 50228 30-Oct-2006 00:03
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Just come back from da City (Symonds Streets) and saw something about $6 and Bestmate!
So what been posted here might be true! Can't Wait!
by the way, vodafone suppose to email us first? (before the ads comes out?)

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  Reply # 50233 30-Oct-2006 06:49
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Well it certainly seems like the $6 deal is infact true.

Since any on acccount customer is now being seriously ripped off it will be very interesting to see what kind of deals they will be offered early next year. Vodafone splitting their customer changeover to the new billing is going to cause damage to their customer base - they are lucky that half them can't do anything since they're now stuck on contract.




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  Reply # 50275 30-Oct-2006 15:00
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Its not too expensive to break the contract. Mine is only $40.00




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  Reply # 50277 30-Oct-2006 15:04

It is so close to launch ;) Some info went out a little to quickly! But yes this is not the only thing up Vodafone's sleaves

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  Reply # 50318 30-Oct-2006 17:16
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As much as I find this promo a bit frustrating (one mate?! come on...), I do give Voda props on the innovation scale. This is unlike any other promo we've been offered as consumers so far, so hopefully this is a step in the right direction!




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Reply # 50422 31-Oct-2006 12:38
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Great, a URL drop in your very first post here...  Certainly not within the FUG.

By the way, this is well known and discussed on this thread: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=40&TopicId=10020





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