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Topic # 98837 7-Mar-2012 13:56
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Hi All,
In case anyone missed it Voda has had the Lumia 800 up on their website since yesterday:
http://www.vodafone.co.nz/shop/mobileDetails.jsp?skuId=sku14780017

Still offering $100 off which suggests that they haven't sold 50 yet..

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  Reply # 592186 8-Mar-2012 10:19
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Sorry, but that's a crappy interface. I would expect to be allowed to go there from Your Telecom when I login from www.telecom.co.nz, but there's no link. I have (but don't try to remember) a password for my phone, but it's counter intuitive to have to login again.




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  Reply # 592401 8-Mar-2012 15:25
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lol. why would you expect a link to the vodafone page from the your telecom site?




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  Reply # 592407 8-Mar-2012 15:34
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I think he was trying to respond to that other thread about telecom




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  Reply # 594587 13-Mar-2012 15:12
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I think they would have sold more if they offered the cyan version. Who knows maybe its just a marketing thing, they might have sold 50+ already

Great deal though, flatmate is thinking about getting one 

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