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Topic # 223126 14-Sep-2017 09:05
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In the US carriers are going to charge $10 USD per month for the Apple Watch LTE. This would translate to $20 NZD. I'm not sure if I'd be willing to pay that much just for the convenience of not having to have my phone around my watch for it to be connected.


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  Reply # 1864972 14-Sep-2017 09:11
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EE in the UK is to be £5 additional charge. I think that would be about my limit personally. 

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  Reply # 1865179 14-Sep-2017 11:59
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You could just share your 2degrees data to it for free.

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