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Master Geek


  Reply # 359625 30-Jul-2010 10:46
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Let crack to 100 page, sounds a cunning plan too.

mkl

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  Reply # 359626 30-Jul-2010 10:46
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marmel: Are we going to crack 100 pages before lunch?


Perhaps? If more drama comes up.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 359628 30-Jul-2010 10:47
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does anyone know if magnum mac will have them today?

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Master Geek


  Reply # 359629 30-Jul-2010 10:47
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FRONT PAGE - www.stuff.co.nz

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  Reply # 359630 30-Jul-2010 10:50
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Question: If I sign up today and they end the 3Gb offer on "1st September" will I get 1 or 2 months of 3Gb data?

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  Reply # 359632 30-Jul-2010 10:50
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Been that way all morning Jared ;).

I note that the Vodafone website has the white iPhone 4 advertised/pictured... misleading much?

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  Reply # 359633 30-Jul-2010 10:50
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Why are people complaining about contract breaking fee's? You are getting a large discount on a product with the promises you are going to stick with a term of service, then breaking it immediately and still expecting to keep the discount?

What other handsets have that kind of subsidy on them?

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Master Geek


  Reply # 359635 30-Jul-2010 10:51
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So you cant terminate after 1 day in contracts now?

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  Reply # 359636 30-Jul-2010 10:51
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I have 6 weeks to run on my iphone contract, do you think I would have to pay the $150 resign fee? If I buy today.

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  Reply # 359637 30-Jul-2010 10:53
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lummie: Why are people complaining about contract breaking fee's? You are getting a large discount on a product with the promises you are going to stick with a term of service, then breaking it immediately and still expecting to keep the discount?

What other handsets have that kind of subsidy on them?


We're not complaining, we're actually quite happy about them. Since VF isn't selling outright you can buy one on a plan and break immediately and the damage is only about $25

Essentially it's a $25 premium for a day 0 purchase you can take to another carrier.

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  Reply # 359639 30-Jul-2010 10:54
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tonyc: I have 6 weeks to run on my iphone contract, do you think I would have to pay the $150 resign fee? If I buy today.

Probably not... theres usually a 3-6 month window when fee don't apply... depending on your initial plan.
Ask VF

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  Reply # 359643 30-Jul-2010 10:56
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tonyc: I have 6 weeks to run on my iphone contract, do you think I would have to pay the $150 resign fee? If I buy today.


I'm sure they are confident they will sell all their stock today so will be happy to accept your $150 if you can't wait 6 weeks.  You need to weight up whether the 4 is worth $25/week to have for that time.  Bragging rights only stretch so far...




Areas of Geek interest: Home Theatre, HTPC, Android Tablets & Phones, iProducts.

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  Reply # 359644 30-Jul-2010 10:57
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mattk:
lummie: Why are people complaining about contract breaking fee's? You are getting a large discount on a product with the promises you are going to stick with a term of service, then breaking it immediately and still expecting to keep the discount?

What other handsets have that kind of subsidy on them?


We're not complaining, we're actually quite happy about them. Since VF isn't selling outright you can buy one on a plan and break immediately and the damage is only about $25

Essentially it's a $25 premium for a day 0 purchase you can take to another carrier.


Or you could wait that un life changing week or soo and see what else happens and save yourselves some money....

mkl

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  Reply # 359645 30-Jul-2010 10:57
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I'm going to do this:

Buy iPhone 4 on $40 plan

$619

Pay $40 for 6 months = $240

Break contract after 6 months = $315

Add them:

$1174

$74 more than buying outright, and you get 6 months of calls, txts and 3GB data till sept. Not bad huh?
Any thoughts on this?

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  Reply # 359646 30-Jul-2010 10:57
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lummie: Why are people complaining about contract breaking fee's? You are getting a large discount on a product with the promises you are going to stick with a term of service, then breaking it immediately and still expecting to keep the discount?

What other handsets have that kind of subsidy on them?



No you are missing the point.. Vodafone isn't selling the iPhone 4 outright - for use on any plan/network and apple aren't selling yet. So the only option is to go on Vodafone's iPhone plan, then cancel for roughly the same amount of dosh.. 




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