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Topic # 57095 2-Feb-2010 21:08
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Which provider are you using for mobile and why?

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  Reply # 295627 3-Feb-2010 08:58
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You forgot 2D. What are your requirements..??




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  Reply # 295630 3-Feb-2010 09:07
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Vodafone cause I have not seen a mobile phone bill in about 10 years

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  Reply # 295633 3-Feb-2010 09:24
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Vodafone for my mobile as they were the best operator for roaming while I was traveling over sea's at the time I bought it.

I have both Telecom and Vodafone data devices because I can.

If its any use I also have a Vodafone Australia sim for when my roaming did not work in aussie last year and a T-mobile UK from when I lived in the UK a few years ago and all still work.

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  Reply # 295634 3-Feb-2010 09:28
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Telecom xt - liked the double minutes and always been with them.

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  Reply # 295635 3-Feb-2010 09:29
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Telecom XT because they were offering double minutes when I signed up.

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  Reply # 295637 3-Feb-2010 09:41
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I've been with Vodafone for about 8 years. Mainly cause I liked the phones available to the GSM network.
I've always been prepay up until mid 2008, when I went on contract. I get what I need and don't have any problems, Although I'm not really what you'd call an 'intricate' user. I text, make a few calls and browse the net etc.

I don't really see a need to move to Telecom. I'm happy where I am.

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  Reply # 295651 3-Feb-2010 10:50
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Telecom, for the same reasons as JohnR...except 20yrs




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  Reply # 295653 3-Feb-2010 10:58
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XT still, for the pricing not the reliability...I'm cheap




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  Reply # 295664 3-Feb-2010 11:32
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Was with Bellsouth, then Vodafone took over..... switched to 2D when they launched.




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  Reply # 295674 3-Feb-2010 12:06
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Vodafone because i work for them, 4 years next week.

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  Reply # 295676 3-Feb-2010 12:11
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Telecom XT. Because double the minutes for two years was great, and my iPhone 3GS runs so much better on XT.

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  Reply # 295678 3-Feb-2010 12:18
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I was prepaid with Telecom until they told me I could have a great plan for free a couple of years ago.




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  Reply # 295692 3-Feb-2010 12:53
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munchkin: I was prepaid with Telecom until they told me I could have a great plan for free a couple of years ago.


Free?? Nothing is really free is it JohnR?




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  Reply # 295693 3-Feb-2010 12:54
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Ah, my plan is slightly better than yours !




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