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Topic # 142662 20-Mar-2014 01:56
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I can't even remember the last time I used one. Opt out


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  Reply # 1009519 20-Mar-2014 02:01
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Done!





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  Reply # 1009549 20-Mar-2014 08:21
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Opt out of the free monitor stand and free doorstop delivery service? Never ; )

Imho the online search has not reached the same usability of the books yet. Still online search covers 95% for me, but that additional 5% is really useful. Though the books now have unnecessary UI elements is true.




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  Reply # 1009593 20-Mar-2014 09:21
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We've still got some of the smaller local North Shore phone books from a couple of years ago that are used from time to time (for example when I was looking for a panelbeater last year, it was much easier to go through the North Shore one than through the large Auckland Yellow Pages).

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