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  Reply # 355550 23-Jul-2010 20:24
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A good reminder they should be using XT!





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  Reply # 355551 23-Jul-2010 20:45
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I got mine this morning and got a wifi + 3G model because I want the option of 3G. I was given a vodafone microsim when I purchased it but am not connecting to anything yet as I'm not prepared to lock in to any contract. Looking at those maps it is easy to see which one is already my preference!



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  Reply # 355562 23-Jul-2010 21:28
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Lilly: I got mine this morning and got a wifi + 3G model because I want the option of 3G. I was given a vodafone microsim when I purchased it but am not connecting to anything yet as I'm not prepared to lock in to any contract. Looking at those maps it is easy to see which one is already my preference!


Both Telecom and Vodafone offer prepay mobile data packs, and both offer iPad plans with no term contracts.







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  Reply # 355563 23-Jul-2010 21:29
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Lilly: I got mine this morning and got a wifi + 3G model because I want the option of 3G. I was given a vodafone microsim when I purchased it but am not connecting to anything yet as I'm not prepared to lock in to any contract. Looking at those maps it is easy to see which one is already my preference!


There's no terms contact with Vodafone's iPad plans. http://www.vodafone.co.nz/ipad/




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  Reply # 355573 23-Jul-2010 22:19
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Out of curiosity, what prevents you from using that microSIM in the new iPhone 4?

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  Reply # 355583 23-Jul-2010 22:39
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PoLiGnAc: Out of curiosity, what prevents you from using that microSIM in the new iPhone 4?


Tried, it doesn't allow calling or txting. In the end I just went back to my cut-down Vodafone sim.




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