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Topic # 225661 29-Nov-2017 11:03
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Perhaps one of the admins should create a "Warehouse Mobile" forum, similar to the Skinny (AKA Spark)

I post this here , because the Warehouse Mobile is using Two Degrees, 2degrees.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/digital-living/74298927/how-good-is-the-warehouse-mobile-plan

"The Warehouse has teamed up with 2degrees to use their network so check (2degreesmobile.co.nz/coverage) that it has good coverage where you live. It claims to provide reception over 97 per cent of New Zealand, but every network has dead zones, including some in cities"

https://www.warehousemobile.co.nz/terms/prepay-terms-and-conditions/

"Welcome to Warehouse Mobile. Two Degrees Mobile Limited (2degrees), is the Mobile Provider and provides the Services for Warehouse Mobile to you. Your Agreement for Services is with the Mobile Provider"

... 'Mobile Provider' means Two Degrees Mobile Limited, and its successors and assigns;

... 'we', 'us' or 'our' means Two Degrees Mobile Limited, and includes its successors, assigns."


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  Reply # 1909435 29-Nov-2017 11:13
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Old news December 2015, the warehouse has been retailing mobile services as a MVNO using the 2 degrees network for two years now.




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  Reply # 1909472 29-Nov-2017 12:05
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It's old news, but Warehouse Mobile noobies might not know that 2 Degrees is the provider.

My point is GeekZone may want to consider creating a forum, similar to Skinny, which uses Spark as a provider.

 
 
 
 


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kingdragonfly: It's old news, but Warehouse Mobile noobies might not know that 2 Degrees is the provider.

My point is GeekZone may want to consider creating a forum, similar to Skinny, which uses Spark as a provider.

 

 

 

So does WHM use the 2 degrees network which is mostly the vodafone network? 





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  Reply # 1909478 29-Nov-2017 12:16
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Coil:

 

So does WHM use the 2 degrees network which is mostly the vodafone network? 

 

 

"Warehouse Mobile" is a brand of 2degrees, just like "Skinny" is a brand of Spark.


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  Reply # 1909559 29-Nov-2017 13:46
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Coil:

 

2 degrees network which is mostly the vodafone network? 

 

 

 

 

You wot mate?

 

 





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