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Master Geek


Topic # 23603 3-Jul-2008 19:41
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On July 10th (iPhone eve) in Dunedin (if we get a midnight release) Would a bunch of geekzone members like to meetup and grab a bite for tea before the line up at the vodafone shop to get prime picks on their iPhones?
Wouldn't it be nice to have someone to talk to when your in line for a good few hours?


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  Reply # 143118 4-Jul-2008 23:11
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I recon there will only be a release in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch. If I was Vodafone and had limited stock I'd narrow it down a bit!! :)
You should keep your ear to the ground, then trip-it to Chch with a deckchair and camp-out. 
Look on the bright-side, at least you won't need accommodation!
:P 



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  Reply # 143434 6-Jul-2008 19:02
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Without giving away anything I may or may not know.
I suggest meeting up in Dunedin should be postponed to the Early friday morning. (5,6,7 or 8 depending on how many people line up early)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 143445 6-Jul-2008 19:56
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i dont know any of you guys, but im keen as



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  Reply # 143447 6-Jul-2008 19:58
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Okay drop me a email nick@getupmaria.com

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  Reply # 143638 7-Jul-2008 10:50
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No midnight opening for Dunedin, only AK,Wgtn,Chch

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/maps/iphone-stores.jsp

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  Reply # 143648 7-Jul-2008 11:08
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Could still be a breakfast catchup.
With a number of venues in Dunedin shown, it would be good to understand the allocations to various stores.



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  Reply # 143935 7-Jul-2008 17:55
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Ok so now... who will be lining up with me before the sun comes up friday?

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Reply # 143937 7-Jul-2008 18:00
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nickindeedy: Ok so now... who will be lining up with me before the sun comes up friday?


I really doubt that it would even be available before the sun comes up Friday




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  Reply # 143938 7-Jul-2008 18:02
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Since Dunedin isn't opening till 9am i think there will be

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  Reply # 144020 7-Jul-2008 19:47
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yeah keen as man will flick ya a email



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  Reply # 144938 8-Jul-2008 19:50
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Screwit... Until i see reasonable data for a reasonable price my money isnt leaving my pocket.

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  Reply # 144943 8-Jul-2008 19:53
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dam looks like im on my own haha



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  Reply # 144948 8-Jul-2008 19:58
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AreYou Serious!? How can you fork out that much money!!!
DId you miss the part about NZ having the most expensive plans in the world???

My limit was 50... mabey 60 a month.. not 80 and cartianly not 250!

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  Reply # 144960 8-Jul-2008 20:05
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nickindeedy:
DId you miss the part about NZ having the most expensive plans in the world???



As this post here shows that is a myth. NZ does not have the most expensive pricing. NZ's pricing compares reasonably favourably with many (but not all) other operators. The iphone plans also compare very well to existing price plans in NZ - did anybody seriously think that VF would suddenly half their existing pricing overnight?




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  Reply # 144984 8-Jul-2008 20:25
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We didnt think they would use the term affordable so loosely...

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