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# 136491 29-Nov-2013 07:51
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2degrees today announced it will offer iPhone 5s, the most forward-thinking smartphone in the world, and iPhone 5c, the most colourful iPhone yet, to customers beginning on Friday 13 December.

Customers may pre-register interest today at register.2degreesmobile.co.nz

For more information please visit: www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/paymonthly/iphone




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  # 942625 29-Nov-2013 08:34
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Fantastic news. I have been using an iPhone on 2degrees for three years and they appear to have made a good effort to provide support for it, but I'm sure being an 'official' carrier will improve things further.

Hopefully they will offer both subsidised and outright purchases in their stores.

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Will they be an official carrier, as in have a carrier update from Apple to do away with APN settings?

 
 
 
 


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tdgeek: Will they be an official carrier, as in have a carrier update from Apple to do away with APN settings?


Had one arrive today on 2Degrees so yes.




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  # 946305 5-Dec-2013 22:51
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tdgeek: Will they be an official carrier, as in have a carrier update from Apple to do away with APN settings?


Yes, 2degrees is an official carrier and users started receiving the updated carrier configuration.





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Great. I sold my 5 to my neighbour, when he gets a sim Saturday, no need to setup those for internet, MMS and tethering

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