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Ultimate Geek

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  # 231619 6-Jul-2009 13:44
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Newguy: preorder with Voda?


unsure havnt seen anything from vodafone



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  # 231620 6-Jul-2009 13:46
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So magnum mac?

 
 
 
 


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  # 231622 6-Jul-2009 13:48
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Ellisande: So Telecom would not get it on release day? There goes my last hope. Now to see how good the plan deals are. :/


its not only the plan prices for me being able to have 3G everywhere is a must
whitch with vodafone this will not happen because of the 900mhz which iphone doesnt support

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  # 231624 6-Jul-2009 13:49
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Newguy: So magnum mac?


yes magnum mac dunedin was who I talked to but I would assume if they will do it the other stores around the country will also



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  # 231628 6-Jul-2009 13:51
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yeah i want 3g everywhere so telecom prepay it will be.
What will you be getting on telecom?

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  # 231630 6-Jul-2009 13:52
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Yeah, chances are i'll be going on telecom prepay as well. How does the telecom prepay work with mbs? Ie, how much can I expect to pay, compared to voda?



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  # 231631 6-Jul-2009 13:54
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What im trying to figure out now

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Ultimate Geek

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  # 231632 6-Jul-2009 13:56
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Ellisande: Yeah, chances are i'll be going on telecom prepay as well. How does the telecom prepay work with mbs? Ie, how much can I expect to pay, compared to voda?


telecom prepay is easy for MB just have credit and they take off your credit
20MB $6
120MB 12

theres larger to but I cant remember

VF is
100MB for $10

so bout the same

or they both have $1 a day for 10mb causal rate

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Ultimate Geek

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  # 231635 6-Jul-2009 14:00
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Also telecom prepay is 89c for calls anytime and you can add
$6 for 150 txt
$12 for 600
$18 for 1500

to any network



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  # 231637 6-Jul-2009 14:02
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crap calls ain't cheap off a plan

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  # 231641 6-Jul-2009 14:04
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The larger prepay data bundles:

Telecom $18.00 - 240MB
Vodafone $40.00 - 512MB



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  # 231645 6-Jul-2009 14:08
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i think 240 would be plenty as i am mostly in wifi networks when at friends houses work home etc, will be mint when you are on the road to just jump on the net etc

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Ultimate Geek

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  # 231651 6-Jul-2009 14:24
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Newguy: i think 240 would be plenty as i am mostly in wifi networks when at friends houses work home etc, will be mint when you are on the road to just jump on the net etc


are you on VF at the mo?
if you are going with telecom prepay you spend 29.95 on a sim but
if you go on open plan postpaid sim is free
one rate 50 is 29.95 a month and you can cancel after one month or keep going

just a thort



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  # 231653 6-Jul-2009 14:28
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Im on Vf at the moment on a Plan which i am going to cancel. So hopefully i can get some credit from telecom?

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  # 231655 6-Jul-2009 14:32
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Newguy: Im on Vf at the moment on a Plan which i am going to cancel. So hopefully i can get some credit from telecom?


if you do what I said on the one rate 50 you will get 50min and pay $29.95 for that inc a sim

if you go in there and buy a prepay sim for 29.95 you would get $10 credit once you registered the sim and thats it

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