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  Reply # 358905 29-Jul-2010 21:38
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Someone pop down to the Viaduct and see if the cleaners know what's going on!!


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  Reply # 358906 29-Jul-2010 21:38
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TreeCrusher: I just hope all this is hype and VF do have it in store tomorrow. I sold my 32gb 3gs yesterday and am currently iPhoneless for the first time since the 3g came out. 


Maybe you could google 'victim support' if the worst happens.




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  Reply # 358907 29-Jul-2010 21:39
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Sparky221: Has anyone else noticed the absence of any mention of the iPhone 4 on Vodafone's home page now? I'm sure the main banner had an 'iPhone 4 coming soon' type graphic a couple of days ago?

Not suggesting it means anything, just seems odd.


Perhaps this was a sign.

Soon after Apple's press release the only mention of the iPhone 4 on Voda NZ's site was the lovely 'Register Your Interest' page (which has of course now disappeared). There's no way they wouldn't have had more promotional material on the home page in the lead up to it's launch if everything was going as planned. 

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  Reply # 358909 29-Jul-2010 21:41
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iFauxPwn

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  Reply # 358911 29-Jul-2010 21:42
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Maybe Vodafone and Apple have joined forces and making up hype... It would be typical Apple if thats the case!

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  Reply # 358915 29-Jul-2010 21:45
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JemShep: Maybe Vodafone and Apple have joined forces and making up hype... It would be typical Apple if thats the case!


But aren't they hyping the wrong crowd? We (or at least I) already want one! 

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Reply # 358917 29-Jul-2010 21:46
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stagnant16: Someone pop down to the Viaduct and see if the cleaners know what's going on!!



lol




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  Reply # 358921 29-Jul-2010 21:48
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chrisjunkie: Theoretically, with the iPhone 4, there will be no advantage of being on the XT network as iP4 supports 900mhz...


Theoretically vodafone have full 3g in auckland.




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  Reply # 358922 29-Jul-2010 21:51
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Im just laughing SO HARD at the @SonyStyleNZ tweets! Follow them on twitter, its quite funny saying they will have the iPhone in the bargin-bin for $30 and even having the cheek to tweet at Vodafone that someone will be hiding under a rock tomorrow :P

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  Reply # 358923 29-Jul-2010 21:52
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I just saw a courier van drive past with what looked like parcels in the back. Didn't get a great look as it was traveling the other way in a 100km zone. The driver was smiling which could indicate he knew something that we didn't.

Could it be possible that the shipment has made it through???

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Reply # 358924 29-Jul-2010 21:53
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aimsy007: I just saw a courier van drive past with what looked like parcels in the back. Didn't get a great look as it was traveling the other way in a 100km zone. The driver was smiling which could indicate he knew something that we didn't.

Could it be possible that the shipment has made it through???


ahah 





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  Reply # 358927 29-Jul-2010 21:54
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aimsy007: I just saw a courier van drive past with what looked like parcels in the back. Didn't get a great look as it was traveling the other way in a 100km zone. The driver was smiling which could indicate he knew something that we didn't.

Could it be possible that the shipment has made it through???


Could be the pack of guns Vodafone ordered to shoot them selfs with tomorrow.

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  Reply # 358928 29-Jul-2010 21:55
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aimsy007: I just saw a courier van drive past with what looked like parcels in the back. Didn't get a great look as it was traveling the other way in a 100km zone. The driver was smiling which could indicate he knew something that we didn't.

Could it be possible that the shipment has made it through???


I love your optimism. 

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  Reply # 358929 29-Jul-2010 21:56
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Maybe Vodafone dont want to sell a defective phone with our consumer laws.

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  Reply # 358930 29-Jul-2010 21:56
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Vodafone haven't done much of a job of clearing reference to the iPhone 4 off their website.

Home page still has it as a link at the bottom.

MicroSIM page still refers to buying from a Vodafone store.
http://www.vodafone.co.nz/iphone/micro-sim.jsp

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