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  # 147457 13-Jul-2008 16:37
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allsteve: 1. Yes
2. No

3. Geekzone needs a poll function.



I second that!!! all the "mainstream" media sites have one and Geekzone is getting very popular.

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Master Geek


  # 147506 13-Jul-2008 19:31
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Yes!
NO!!  Not at those prices.

 
 
 
 


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  # 147642 14-Jul-2008 07:56
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rebeltrousers: Two word answer please!
1.) Were you planning on getting one?
2.) Do you plan to get one now?

Example answer:
Yes
Yes

Cheers guys!
:)


Yes
No

I am on a good salary (my tax bill is in the 6 figures), so I can easily afford one.  However, I REFUSE to be ripped off, so vodafone can GO SWIVEL!! In fact, I will be switching to Telecom as soon as their GSM network fires up (I heard they are going gsm hope I am right).

Vodafone must be careful not to become hated as Gattungs Telecom of recent times. But, this government made some spineless agreement with the mobile carriers which will ensure we have expensive plans for years to come.  

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Master Geek


  # 147812 14-Jul-2008 16:03
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1. Yes
2. No

My account manager has rang and asked why I have cancelled some accounts today mainly data ones.  Told him partly because iPhone joke pricing(data side), I was hoping with the release of the iPhone some beter data plans would have come, glad I wasn't holding my breath.

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