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  Reply # 295699 3-Feb-2010 13:05
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Vodafone, Good Plans and I couldnt turn down trading in my old crappy 2280, that had been sitting in a draw since the stone ages, for a free 6121 :D

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  Reply # 295700 3-Feb-2010 13:07
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vodafone, been with them for a long time and just can't be bothered looking

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  Reply # 295705 3-Feb-2010 13:13
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Telecom XT - My Company has been with Telecom for many years and they offer us the best plans to suite our needs

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  Reply # 295725 3-Feb-2010 13:45
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Nokia 6121 - Vodafone Prepay

Nokia E71 - Telecom Prepay

Apple iphone 2G - 2Degrees

And a (gasp) LG NX550 CDMA phone

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  Reply # 295729 3-Feb-2010 13:54
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Bellsouth then Vodafone, still there on account. Have a prepaid with 2degrees




that would be an ecumenical matter

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  Reply # 295737 3-Feb-2010 14:09
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on Telecom CDMA  (with a Palm Treo 650 ) for work on-account plan
and on Vodafone prepay for personal use (best mates / family) with a Vodafone 715 handset (made by HTC)


Currently contemplating upgrading to an HTC Magic on Vodafone prepay. 


It's a pain carrying two phones, but for now it is the best way for me.




kind regards Andrew TD

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  Reply # 295769 3-Feb-2010 16:44
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On my second Blackberry with VF and soon to be a third one when my contract expires in April.

My daughter (20) today got a new VF phone; she was on XT pre-paid until yesterday. She and her friends text mainly and the primary reason for the switch was not the outages (in Christchurch) so much as the persistent delays in receiving texts (I posted about this in December). She tells me that a lot of her friends are, or have made the switch to VF.

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  Reply # 295793 3-Feb-2010 18:19
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With 2 degrees.

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  Reply # 295824 3-Feb-2010 20:20
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Telecom for a few years on prepaid, then when XT launched went contract.

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  Reply # 295844 3-Feb-2010 21:47
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Vodafone pre-pay for texting
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Telecom CDMA (work mobile) for calling anyone and texting Telecom

not on XT yet..wouldnt want to be with the prob's they been having..

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  Reply # 295863 3-Feb-2010 22:32
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vodafone prepay


2dg prepay


telecom - on account

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  Reply # 295883 3-Feb-2010 23:26
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several 2 degrees prepays for calling, 3 telecom CDMA prepaid that I have just accumulated (2 of which I use a great deal)

Vodafone free since shortly after 2 degrees launched. If they want me back they need to sell me a sim for a sane price or let me go on a plan without a term.

Unfortunately my source for mobiles of questionable origin is in the UK, so no XT capable ones ever come thru.




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  Reply # 295896 4-Feb-2010 00:18
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Black and White, but jumping ship in a day or so to go on contract with Vodafone with a nice shiny new E63.

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  Reply # 295897 4-Feb-2010 00:19
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2degrees Prepaid for Calling/Texting

Telecom XT Prepaid for Data





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  Reply # 295898 4-Feb-2010 00:28
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Actually yeah, I have a XT prepaid sim in a sierra wireless aircard 880U that I got off trademe for a few dollars that I have fired up a few times when out with the lappy. Might be coming up 6 months, better check that out since if it expires it will be annoying.




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