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Topic # 185794 5-Dec-2015 23:07
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Sorry no forum for the warehouse mobile network, but wanted to know what network do they piggy back from ?

Hoping someone knows, ta

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  Reply # 1441197 5-Dec-2015 23:11
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apprently they are using 2degrees?

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  Reply # 1441201 5-Dec-2015 23:39
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As above it's the 2 degrees network which may include roaming on the Vodafone NZ network where on-net coverage is not available.

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  Reply # 1441270 6-Dec-2015 10:03
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Yep 2degrees

But beware of the pricing. It's nowhere near as good a deal as it seems.

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  Reply # 1441277 6-Dec-2015 10:22
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Low usage users are far better off on other offers in the market

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  Reply # 1441288 6-Dec-2015 11:07
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250x voice minutes for $10 is cheap but minimum spend $10 per month should you want to use the phone for  outgoing texts, voice, or data.

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