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Topic # 14670 15-Jul-2007 08:47
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A guy in oz has taken a restored armoured personnel carrier on a rampage destroying 4 Telstra and 3 Optus cellsites!

I wonder if he's received some bad service from either? :-)

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Reply # 78147 15-Jul-2007 10:19
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Perhaps too many dropped calls? Then perhaps he saw a 'make the most of now' ad and got the urge to make his feelings known.

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  Reply # 78176 15-Jul-2007 12:55
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Teh Rad1o wavezzz w3re stealing h1s th0ughtzz
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Reply # 78217 15-Jul-2007 17:34
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And people wonder why mobile calling prices are so high! :-)

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  Reply # 78226 15-Jul-2007 19:19
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what a bum leave the cell sites alone i like the optus network oh and teltra not to bad

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