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  Reply # 168758 3-Oct-2008 09:35
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macuser: That could start to fade once a it leaves beta and a larger customer base forms?

Or you could get hit by a bus tomorrow and not have to worry about it.  What's your point?  Why worry about what the future might bring?  There's no minimum term contract so if the customer service takes a dive, there's nothing stopping you taking your number elsewhere.

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  Reply # 168841 3-Oct-2008 16:32
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Just got my SIM card in the mail today.

Yes that is a sticker at the top. The Sim card iteself is totally white, the only thing is the SIM number is printed on the back as you would expect.



A little unprofessional, but hey they are just new.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 168863 3-Oct-2008 18:36
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Turns out you can use Internet data without actually paying for a data plan, but oh boy each megabyte is expensive.

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  Reply # 168882 3-Oct-2008 19:36
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Hervard: Turns out you can use Internet data without actually paying for a data plan, but oh boy each megabyte is expensive.


Same price as using Vodafone without a data plan? $10/MB from memory?

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  Reply # 168884 3-Oct-2008 19:48
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Yeah, that's the one...

Just a bit steeper than Vodafone's $1 for 10MB casual daily allowance, though :/

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  Reply # 168905 3-Oct-2008 20:53
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CWS82US and others, plan details are not to be posted here, in order to see the plans the user had to agree to the terms which said details wouldn't be disclosed.

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  Reply # 169051 4-Oct-2008 21:46
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opps sorry for that. and thanks for the info




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  Reply # 171519 16-Oct-2008 13:44
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Just got a call from B+W. Beta programme ends this Friday.

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  Reply # 171520 16-Oct-2008 13:50
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They told me Sunday but yeah.

Lets start a new thread here for Beta ending discussion.

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